Eva Junqué Martínez: I am from Barcelona where I held my Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Science at the University of Barcelona and a Master in Clinical Analysis Laboratory at the University of Pompeu Fabra.
In 2013 I collaborated with Dra. Nynke Osinga and his research group under a State grant support at the Seal Rehabilitation and Research Centre (SRRC) in the Netherlands, where they rehabilitate seals stranded on the Dutch coast.
In 2015 I started my PhD on Biomedicine with Prof. Joan O. Grimalt, working in the Dept. of Pollutants and Human health in the Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA) of Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC). The project is based on the assessment of human exposure to persistent organic pollutants specifically organochlorine compounds, mercury and glyphosate with substantial contributions on analytical chemistry and environmental health.
Eva Junqué, Mercè Garí, Rosa Maria Llull, Joan O. Grimalt. Drivers of the accumulation of mercury and organochlorine pollutants in Mediterranean lean fish and dietary significance. Science of the Total Environment, 2018.
Eva Junqué, Mercè Garí, Anna Arce, Maties Torrent, Jordi Sunyer, Joan O. Grimalt. Integrated assessment of infant exposure to persistent organic pollutants and mercury via dietary intake in a central western Mediterranean site (Menorca Island). Environmental Research, 2017.