Filippo Marino


I am a postdoctoral research fellow with broad and interdisciplinary expertise encompassing several crucial aspects of biodiversity conservation. I am equally interested in pushing forward our understanding of social and ecological factors shaping global biodiversity, aiming to inform future policies.

Research interests

Biodiversity conservation; Human Dimensions, Human-Wildlife Interactions, Conservation Conflicts, Movement Ecology, Population Modelling

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Student education

PhD in Biological Sciences - University of Exeter, College of Life and Environmental Sciences (Apr 2019 - June 2023)

MSc in Conservation Science - Imperial College London, Department of Life Sciences (Sept 2017 - Sept 2018)

BSc in Natural Sciences - University of Milan, Department of Biosciences and Department of Earth Sciences (Sept 2011 - Sept 2014)