Cristina Isabel Díaz López

Cristina Isabel Díaz López received three chemistry degrees from Havana University between 1972 and 1988. She has taught at Havana University for more than 40 years, and she currently directs the Confucius Institute at Havana University. Her main research over the last five years includes but is not limited to understanding the structural characterization of the Martin Perez River’s sediments, studying the high blood tension of Cuban pregnant women, and developing analytical procedures to analyze heavy metals in water, sediment, and organisms.