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Alessandra De Cesare

Associate Professor

Department of Veterinary Medical Sciences

Academic discipline: VET/04 Inspection of Foods of Animal Origin

Curriculum vitae


General info

Alessandra De Cesare

Date of birth: February 9th, 1970

Place of birth: Imola (BO) Italy

Citizenship: Italian

Home address: Via Pasolini 15A, 40064 Ozzano dell’Emilia (BO), Italy.

Phone number: 0039 051 2097853

Mobile: 0039 347 4221027

E-mail: [], [

Involvment in EU projects

  1. ERA-HDL SYSTEMIC (2019-2022) “An integrated approach to the challenge of sustainable food systems: adaptive and mitigatory strategies to address climate change and malnutrition”. Partecipant.
  2. H2020 VEO [] (2020-2024) “Versatile Emerging infectious disease Observatory”. Partecipant.
  3. H2020 NextGenProteins [] (2019-2023) “Bioconversion of Underutilized Resources into Next Generation proteins for Food and Feed”. Partecipant.
  4. PRIMA ArtiSaneFood [] (2019-2022) “Innovative Bio-interventions and Risk Modelling Approaches for Ensuring Microbial Safety and Quality of Mediterranean Artisanal Fermented Foods”. Partecipant and member of the Project Management Team.
  5. H2020 CIRCLES [] 818290 (2018-2023) “Controlling mIcRobiomes CircuLations for bEtter food Systems”. Leader WP4 “Development and validation of microbiomes-tailored circular actions to improve productivity, quality, safety and sustainability in poultry and swine food chains”.
  6. H2020 NEXTFOOD [] 771738 (2018-2022) “Educating the next generation of professionals in the agrifood system”. Partecipant.
  7. H2020 COMPARE [] 643476 (2015-2020) “Collaborative Management Platform for the detection and Analyses of (Re-) emerging and foodborne outbreaks in Europe”- Leader Task 7 “Quality management and ring trials” del WP2 “Harmonised standards for sample processing and sequencing”.
  8. FP7 STARTEC 289262 (2012-2015) “Decision support tools to ensure safety, tasty and nutritious advanced ready to eat foods for healthy and vulnerable consumers”. Leader WP2 “Food Safety and Quality-Conventional production”.
  9. FP7 BASELINE 222738 (2009-2013) “Selection and improving of fit-for-purpose sampling procedures for specific foods and risks”. Co-Coordinator and Leader Task 5.1 “Review of current sampling schemes in different European countries and selection of products and processes to study”.
  10. FP6 POULTRYFLORGUT FOOD-CT-200X-007076 (2005-2008) “Control of the intestinal flora ecology in poultry for ensuring the products safety for human consumption”. Leader Task 3.3 “Study of cleaning and disinfection procedures affecting carcass microflora in broilers in Italy”.
  11. FP5 CAMPYCHECK QLK1-CT- 2002-02201 (2003-2006) “Improved physiological, immunological and molecular tools for the recovery and identification of emerging Campylobacteraceae in the food and water chain”. Participant.

List of publications

Scopus author ID 56188134400; ORCID ID