Ludovica Donadini

PhD Candidate


Ludovica Donadini earned a BSc degree in Animal Breeding and Welfare and a MSc degree with honors in Animal Science and Technology at the University of Milan, discussing a Master thesis entitled “Bovine preantral follicle culture for fertility and biodiversity preservation: a quantitative study” that investigated the influence of age on bovine ovarian reserve and reproductive potential. Passionate about ARTs and animal reproductive biology, she is also a certified operator for Artificial Insemination of the bovine/buffalo species (UOFAA). Currently, she is attending the Ph.D. program in Veterinary and Animal Science of the University of Milan working on a project that investigates the key regulatory pathways guiding the transition from preantral (secondary) to early antral follicle stage in the bovine.


Recent Peer-reviewed Research Publications (last 5 years)

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