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Natalia Rosón

A UAB graduate in Microbiology with a master's degree in Clinical Research and International Health and a doctoral student in the Microbiology Group of the Barcelona Global Health Institute. Specializing in the field of antimicrobial resistance, her research focuses on the search for molecules able to reverse resistance mechanisms in bacterial strains of clinical interest. Her experience with resistance in the context of One-Health extends to Scotland, where she worked analysing the spread of resistance genes in the environment and the effect on it of human activity. She has also participated in various outreach activities such as the #100tífiques and the EscoLab initiatives.

Update: 16 September 2021

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