Present Position: Associated Professor in Animal Physiology at the Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Sassari


Education & training: Doctor in Veterinary Medicine (1999), PhD in Animal Reproduction at the University of Sassari (2003)                                                                                                      


Most important research lines (and target wild species): Application of assisted reproduction biotechnologies (semen and oocyte cryopreservation, Ovum Pick-Up, in vitro embryo production and cryopreservation) in domestic and wild ungulates and birds. Scientific coordinator of the project LIFE Under Griffon Wings – Implementation of best practices to rescue Griffon vultures in Sardinia (LIFE14/NAT/IT/000484;


Scopus and google scholar profile – Citation report and main publications

Google scholar:

Total citation: 1259, H-index: 21      


Total citation: 841, H-index: 18        


Main publications targeting wild species: Published research articles focus on the study of assisted reproduction technologies application (mainly semen cryopreservation and in vitro embryo production from in vivo and post-mortem recovered oocytes) to preserve genetic variation in wild ungulates (European mouflon, Mohor gazelle, Iberian red deer) and birds (griffon vultures and Barbary partridge) through the organization of genetic resource banks.


Contacts: email – phone – skype (or other social media contact): 4 lines

Fiammetta Berlinguer – – tel: +39079229904 – skype: fiammettaberlinguer