Motivation: I am associate professor at the Department of Comparative Biomedicine and Food Science, University of Padua, Italy. My research and teaching interests are focused on food safety and public health (mainly Campylobacter spp. and antimicrobial resistance), related to poultry and other animal species and contexts, e.g. the environment. Thanks to the EU-funded project NETPOULSAFE, I have started working on biosecurity measures implemented in the poultry industry, as well as on the selection and validation of supporting measures to improve biosecurity compliance. Furthermore, since 2019 I am strongly involved in the ìENOVAT - European Network for Optimization of Veterinary Antimicrobial Treatment funded by the European Unionî project (COST Action CA18217) as member of the Management Committee, member of the WG4 Core Group, and chair of the Drafting Group ìVeterinary guidelines on antimicrobial use in poultry colibacillosisî, as well as mentor of two ECIs.