A/Prof Patrizia Robino

Dr. Robino is Associate Professor of Veterinary Infectious Diseases in domestic animals at the Department of Veterinary Sciences (DSV) of the University of Torino, Italy. She received her veterinary degree from the University of Torino, Italy, in 1990, and a PhD in “Zoonosis and Veterinary Public Health” from the same university in 1995. She is teaching Veterinary Microbiology (bacteriology section) in several study courses of the DSV. Her research interests include: clinical bacteriology mainly in pet animals, independent culture methods, development and application of molecular diagnostic test. In recent years, she has focused on monitoring antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in farmed, owned, or hospitalized animal species (conventional and unconventional). She collaborates in research projects, is co-author of peer-reviewed publications and she is manuscript reviewer for a number of journals. Since 2013 she is Head of the Teaching Diagnostic Laboratories at the DSV and Supervisor of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s Microbiology Laboratory, in particular for molecular diagnostic in ornamental birds. Dr Robino is De Facto Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Microbiology from 28/03/2022.