Federica Di Palma

Federica Di Palma, is a Professor at the University of East Anglia in the United Kingdom and the Founder and Director of Science is Global strategy and consulting.

She is passionate about exploring and preserving Biodiversity around the world. She leads a number of multidisciplinary research programmes which use genomics approaches to understand how evolutionary and environmental pressures have shaped the diversity of vertebrate species with implications for food, environment and livelihoods.

She is a visiting scientist at the Earlham Institute, where she was the former Director of Science, and at Broad Institute in Cambridge Ma (US), where she was previously the Assistant Director of the Vertebrate Genome Biology programme.