Paolo Pasuqali’s main area of interest is the impact of infectious diseases of zoonotic importance on public health. He is involved in extensive activities concerning research, regulatory issues and consultancy. He is currently involved in the study of the interface between pathogens and immune system as an approach to understand the pathogenicity of infections of zoonotic importance and to develop new or more efficient vaccines to control infections. In particular, research activities in the last nine years have focused on salmonellosis, brucellosis and tuberculosis.
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