Ana Serra Perales

Ana Serra Perales

University of Valencia | Science communicator
ana.m.serra@uv.es

Biography

Ana Serra holds a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Valencia and a master’s degree in political analysis from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. She has developed her professional career in various institutional communication departments, as well as private organisations. Since 2017 she has specialised in the dissemination of European projects. She worked as dissemination manager of European projects within the Horizon2020, Erasmus+ and Connecting Europe Facilities (CEF) programs.

She currently belongs to the Science Flows research group as a Science Communicator.

Chapters

  • Moreno-Castro, C., Dzimińska, M., Krzewińska, A., Warwas, I., & Serra-Perales, A. (2022). «Citizens’ Political Discourses on Climate Change and Vaccines: A Comparative Study Between Spain and Poland». In D. Palau-Sampio, G. López García, & L. Iannelli (Ed.), Contemporary Politics, Communication, and the Impact on Democracy (pp. 329-351). IGI Global. http://doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-8057-8.ch017

Books

  • PERSIST_EU (2021). Standard indicators for the social appropriation of science: Lessons learned. Valencia (Spain): ScienceFlows & Science Culture and Innovation Unit of University of Valencia

Communications

  • Moreno-Castro, C. Vengut-Climent, E. Mendoza-Poudereux, I. Cano-Orón, L. Serra-Perales, A. (2021). Which has more influence on the Spaniard’s citizens dieting: the media’s information and social networks, health professionals or close experiences of relatives and friends? (Participatory science communication and citizen science), 28 April 2021 11:00 BST, Public Communication of Science and Technology. PCST2021 Conference-Aberdeen
  • Moreno-Castro, C.; Vengut-Climent,E.; Cano-Orón,L.; Mendoza-Poudereux, I.;y Serra-Perales, A.(2021) «Between the role of dietary intervention based on scientific evidence and the dissemination via WhatsApp of hoaxes related to superfoods: A descriptive study on the top 100 ‘magical ingredients’ with healing powers for COVID-19». Comunicación presentada en Science & You 2021 Conference. Universidad de Lorraine. Robert Schuman Conference Center, Metz (France), 16-19 de noviembre.

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