Tamara is a Biologist with a Master in Public Health and Health Management and another in Environmental and Occupational Health:
“I am very curious and that has led me to explore different disciplines. Throughout my academic and professional training, I have developed strong data analysis skills including multiple statistical, epidemiological and spatial analysis tools, as well as the development of an integrative and multidisciplinary approach in everything I do, which enriches any type of project. I am currently doing my PhD at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health. The overall aim of the thesis is to expand the evidence on the association between urban green areas, the urban heat islands, the urban design and health. I’m passionate about evidenced-based policies and building more resilient, sustainable, healthy and fair systems through innovative solutions”.