Desiree Henares Bonilla
Desirée Henares Bonilla graduated in Biomedical Sciences in 2015 from the University of Barcelona. In 2017, she studied the speciality of Clinical Microbiology of the Master of Clinical Research offered by the University of Barcelona and completed a training stay in the Microbiology service of the Clinical Hospital of Barcelona.
She is currently the recipient of a competitive scholarship from the Carlos III Health Institute (PFIS) to pursue doctoral studies in the line of Pathophysiology of Pediatric Diseases of the Translational Medicine and Research Program of the University of Barcelona. Her doctoral thesis focuses on the study of the microbiota of the upper respiratory tract as a protective or risk factor for the development of respiratory infections.
During her second year of doctoral thesis, she completed a research stay at Teagasc Food Reasearch Center (Ireland), where she acquired training in the bioinformatic and biostatistical analysis of the 16S rRNA gene sequencing data that allows characterizing the bacterial microbiota.
Professional network profiles
- Brotons-de los Reyes P, Launes-Montana C, Buetas E, Fumadó Victoria, Henares-Bonilla D, Fernández de Sevilla-Estrach M, Redin A, Fuente-Soro L, Cuadras-Palleja D, Mele M, Jou-Munoz C, Millat P, Jordán-García I, García-García JJ, Bassat Q and Munoz-Almagro C Susceptibility to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Infection Among Children and Adults: A Seroprevalence Study of Family Households in the Barcelona Metropolitan Region, Spain. CLINICAL INFECTIOUS DISEASES . 72(12): 1-8.
- Dietl B, Henares-Bonilla D, Boix-Palop L, Munoz-Almagro C, Garau J and Calbo E Related Factors to Streptococcus pneumoniae Invasive Infection and Clinical Manifestations: The Potential Role of Nasopharyngeal Microbiome. Frontiers in Medicine . 8: 650271-650271.
- Jullien S, Sharma R, Lhamu Mynak M, Henares-Bonilla D, Munoz-Almagro C and Bassat Q Pneumococcal nasopharyngeal carriage among Bhutanese children hospitalized with clinical pneumonia: serotypes and viral co-infection. BMC INFECTIOUS DISEASES . 20(1): 940-940.
- Project name:
- Microbiota de riesgo o resiliente a la infección respiratoria aguda en niños y su utilidad en el diagnóstico diferencial entre neumonía/bronconeumonía bacteriana e infección viral respiratoria
- Desiree Henares Bonilla
- Funding entities:
- Starting - finishing date:
- 2019 - 2019