Danitza Xiomara Romero Calle studied the bachelor in biochemistry at the Higher University of San Andres (UMSA) in 2007. Subsequently, she got the master's degree in Biological Sciences in 2015, at the same University. In 2015 she finished diploma in Higher Education to work as a research professor of Molecular Biology at Pharmaco-Biochemistry research Institute (IIFB). The next year, she studied at Bolivian American Center to be a Senior Technician in English Language. she worked as a research assistant in the same place and won a Scholarship to participate from a course at Buenos Aires University (UBA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina about phages from Genome to Metagenoma. One year later, she won a scholarship to do a PhD degree at State University of Feira de Santana (UEFS) in Salvador de Bahia State, Brazil. Currently she is researching the biological control using phages as an antibiotic alternative by doing her PhD grade in Biotechnology at UEFS.


Her research Intrest are Molecular microbiology, microbial biotechnology, phage therapy, biological control and Bioinformatics