Dr. Nadia Bach is native from the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She completed her PhD at the Faculty of Exact Sciences of the National University of La Plata, for which she won a grant from the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET). In 2018, she received her Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, and began a post-doctorate at the National University of San Luis, in San Luis province, Argentina, for which she obtained a postdoctoral fellowship from the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET). She has also made a pedagogical specialization at the Catholic University of La Plata, and she is, since 2014, a research professor at the National University of La Plata. She has participated in numerous conferences and scientific meetings, both national and international, in which she has published the progress of her research. She has also published the results of her research as original articles in international impact journals and has participated as a reviewer of scientific papers in international journals of high impact. She has given lectures and carried out dissemination tasks, in addition to participating in research and extension projects.
Dr. Nadia C. Bach's research field of interests are ecotoxicology, especially the effects of pesticides on non-target organisms, with emphasis on amphibians and birds. The effects of interest are both at the lethal and sublethal levels, within which effects on growth, development, behavior, histology of the liver and gonads, effects on sexual differentiation and effects on enzymes of the digestive and reproductive system are highlighted.