Dr. Romero Cabrera is a Spanish clinical research doctor working as an Internal Medicine physician and researcher at the Lipids and Atherosclerosis Unit in the Reina Sofia University Hospital, and the Maimonides Institute for Biomedical Research in Cordoba (IMIBIC) in Córdoba, Spain. He obtained his medical degree at Cádiz University, and his Internal Medicine residency period has been developed at the University Reina Sofía Hospital. He has recently completed the Biomedicine Doctoral Thesis in chronodisruption and cardiovascular disease at Córdoba University.
During his Biomedicine doctorate program, he completed a visiting research period at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, Boston, EEUU. He has completed a government-funded clinical researcher training program, Río Hortega, by Carlos III Research Institute and recently obtained a grant Juan Rodes to establish and continue his clinical research career at Carlos III Health Institute.
His main area of research is the relationship between lifestyle factors such as diet, sleep, or physical activity in cardiometabolic risk, and during the last few years he worked to address the relationship between food insecurity and cardiovascular health in vulnerable populations to mitigate the health inequities.