Natalia Rosón is a microbiologist who graduated from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and specialized in Clinical Research- International Health (MSc) by the University of Barcelona (UB) and ISGlobal. She is currently doing her PhD at ISGlobal's Microbiology Group, whose speciality is Antimicrobial Resistance.
Her research is focused on searching new molecules able to reverse microbial resistance mechanisms in clinically relevant bacterial strains.
Her experience in a One-Health context reaches Scotland, where she worked analysing the presence of resistant bacteria in the environment and its human influence.
Natalia has also participated in diverse divulgation projects like the initiatives #100tífiques and EscoLab, and the ALIA Project together with the CCCB.
Lines of research
- Antimicrobial Resistance
- International Health