Mireia Félez Nóbrega
The researcher Mireia Félez Nóbrega has a degree in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (2006). She later completed his Master's Degree in Neuroscience from the same university (2012) and in 2017 she received his Doctor of Public Health degree from the University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia.
She did a pre-doctoral stay at the Center for Cognitive and Brain Health (Department of Psychology, Northeastern University, USA) where she studied the effects of physical activity and sedentary behaviour on the brain and cognition.
Since 2018 she has also been a collaborating professor at the School of Nursing of the Sea (Parc Salut Marc, Pompeu Fabra University).
- Joan Domènech Abella, Gabarrell-Pascuet A, Faris LH, Cristóbal-Narváez P, Félez-Nobrega M, Mortier P, Vilagut G, Olaya B, Alonso J and Haro JM The association of detachment with affective disorder symptoms during the COVID-19 lockdown: The role of living situation and social support. JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS . 292: 464-470.
- Smith L, Veronese N, López-Sánchez GF, Yang L, Pizzol D, Butler LT, Barnett Y, Felez-Nobrega M, Jacob L, Shin JI, Tully MA, Gorely T, Hans Oh and Koyanagi A Active Travel and Mild Cognitive Impairment among Older Adults from Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Journal of Clinical Medicine . 10(6): .
- Mortier P, Vilagut G, Ferrer M, Alayo I, Bruffaerts R, Cristóbal-Narváez P, Del Cura-González I, Joan Domènech Abella, Felez-Nobrega M, Olaya B, Pijoan JI, Vieta E, Pérez-Solà V, Kessler RC, Haro JM, Alonso J and MINDCOVID Working group Thirty-day suicidal thoughts and behaviours in the Spanish adult general population during the first wave of the Spain COVID-19 pandemic. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRIC SCIENCES . 30: e19.