Research Assistant

Diego De Panis studied Biology at the University of Buenos Aires, defending a Licentiate thesis about coagulation physiology in pathological situations associated with particular mutations; and a PhD thesis in evolution about environmental adaptation in a model of speciation by ecological specialization.

After a postdoc in conservation genomics of Andean Condors, he joined the biodiversity module within the RuralFutures project in the Multifunctional Landscapes Research Group at IRI THESys led by Dr Ina Säumel.

Diego is interested in the challenges posed by a changing world to biodiversity and social justice.

Research Interests

  • Biodiversity conservation
  • Environmental adaptation
  • Evolutionary biology

Project(s)

Research Group: Rural Futures

Selected Publications

Full list of publications