Anna Marín holds a Master in Anthropology and Ethnography at the University of Barcelona. She obtained a Degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from UB.
She also studied the Diploma in Primary Education Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona with a Scholarship Sciences de l'Education at Université du Lyon.
She trained as an IL3 Professor ELE, for the International House. He has also completed Gestalt Therapy Training. She trained as a facilitator of gender reflective groups at the Instituto Promundo and Instituto Noos at Rio de Janeiro.
She has experience in the field of education, anthropology with a gender perspective and addressing the overall health of the person through therapy.
Currently, she works as a Project Manager at ISGlobal and at the same time works at the Department of Education of the Generalitat.
- Marín-Cos A, Villén-Gonzalvo A, Enguita-Fernàndez C, Marbán-Castro E, Menéndez C, Maixenchs M, Bardají A. “Uncertainties, Fear and Stigma: Perceptions of Zika Virus among Pregnant Women in Spain.” Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2020 Sep 11;17(18):6643. doi: 10.3390/ijerph17186643. PMID: 32933007; PMCID: PMC7559627.
- Marín-Cos A, Villén-Gonzalvo A, Enguita-Fernàndez C, Romero-Acosta KC, Marbán-Castro E, Arrieta GJ, Mattar S, Menéndez C, Maixenchs M, Bardají A. “Acceptability of a Hypothetical Zika Vaccine among Women from Colombia and Spain Exposed to ZIKV: A Qualitative Study.” Vaccines (Basel). 2020 Oct 3;8(4):E580. doi: 10.3390/vaccines8040580. PMID: 33022907.