Hilda Romero is faculty in the Bioethics Program's Caribbean Research Ethics Education Initiative Masters' Degree Program, which is supported by a grant from the National Institute of Health Fogarty International Center.
Teacher-Researcher Level VII of the Autonomous University of Querétaro, PRODEP Desirable Profile with various State, Federal and International funding. Her research interests have enabled her to establish and implement comprehensive programs for the care of chronic degenerative diseases, public health research and their participation in curricular transversalization processes for gender equity and the eradication of violence towards vulnerable groups. Full member of the UAQ Ethics Committee of Research. Organizer and Speaker in the International Diploma and Specialty in Research Ethics. Her lines of generation and application of knowledge are in the areas of study and intervention in Vulnerable Groups, Public Health, Food Security, Bioethics and Public Policies. Principal Investigator for CREEI 2018-2023 and appointed (2018) Head at the Unit Chair for UNESCO for Ethical Education to Professionals. Founding Scholar of the National Academy of Bioethics A.C. Querétaro Chapter.