Bioversity International: research for development in agricultural and tree biodiversity

Borelli, Teresa

Programme Specialist

A biologist/ecologist by training, Teresa provides scientific and technical back-stopping to the UNEP/FAO/GEF project 'Mainstreaming biodiversity conservation and sustainable use for improved human nutrition and well-being', coordinated by Bioversity. With a keen interest in communicating science, Teresa is also exploring innovative approaches to communicating project outputs and has set up the project Newsletter and BFN Global Portal.

Contact:

t.borelli(at)cgiar.org

Credentials:

BSc Marine Zoology, Bangor University, North Wales, UK

MSc Advanced Ecology, Durham University, UK

Publication highlights:

Fanzo J. Hunter D., Borelli T. and Mattei F. Eds. (2013) Diversifying Food and Diets – Using agricultural biodiversity to improve nutrition and health. Routledge, UK

Dulloo, M.E., Hunter D. and Borelli T. (2010) Ex Situ and In Situ Conservation of Agricultural Biodiversity: Major Advances and Research Needs Notulae Botanicae Horti Agrobotanici Cluj-Napoca: 38(2):114-122

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