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María Muñoz Navarro


She is a biologist who graduated from the University of Malaga, with a Master's degree in Research and Advances in Microbiology from the University of Granada. In addition, she has the title of artificial inseminator of farm animals awarded by the University of Mendel, Czech Republic.

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She graduated in 2016 as a biologist at the University of Malaga, Spain, and then obtained a Master's in Research and Advances in Microbiology at the University of Granada in 2018, during which she carried out functions such as microbiological analysis of food, and diagnosis of infectious diseases.

Throughout her academic training, she obtained the title of artificial inseminator of farm animals from the University of Mendel, in the Czech Republic, and has taken courses such as Assisted Human Reproduction Techniques at the University of Malaga and Management and Maintenance of Marine Mammals in Selwo Marina, Benalmádena, where she learned the basics of training in zoological institutions, preventive medicine and the environmental enrichment of these animals.

She worked as a laboratory technician in the microbiology department of the San Cecilio University Hospital to carry out her final project on the prevalence of transmission of resistance to antiretrovirals against HIV in Spain.

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