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Débora Racciatti

Débora Racciatti graduated as Veterinarian by the School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina. She then obtained the degrees of Specialist in University Teaching and Specialist in Animal Welfare, awarded by the same university. 

She is currently working on her doctoral thesis, studying the relationship between animal welfare and stereotypic behaviors in wild felines under human care, within the framework of compassionate conservation. 

She is also in charge of the Animal Welfare Program of the National Agrifood Health and Quality Service (SENASA) of Argentina and is the National Focal Point for Animal Welfare for the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE). Additionally, she is a member of the Ad-hoc Group on Animal Welfare of the Permanent Veterinary Committee of Conosur (CVP), of the Wildlife Advisory Commission of SENASA and of the Committee of Experts of the Ente Municipal BioCórdoba.

In the academic field, she is Head of Practical Works at the Animal Welfare Department, School of Veterinary Sciences (UBA). In addition, she is a guest lecturer in undergraduate and graduate activities in several universities and institutions in Argentina, Ecuador, Mexico and Uruguay.

She defines herself as passionate about animal welfare and biodiversity conservation.