Dr Sofia Borrego is graduated of Microbiology at the Havana University (1985) and she is Dr in Biological Sciences. Dr Borrego researches in the following areas: aerobiology of indoor environments, environmental mycology, biodeterioration of the documentary supports caused by fungi, and use of vegetable biocides in controlling biodeterioration by fungi. Dr Borrego directs national and international projects R & D I and has participated in national and international congress with more than 90 presentations and conferences and she has published more than 60 papers in several national and international scientific journals; also she is author of one patent. She is professor at the Havana University and the Arts University and she teaches the courses: preventive conservation of documentary heritage and biodeterioration of cultural heritage which they are also taught at the Postgraduate Training Center of NARC. Also Dr has taught and advised about these topics in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Venezuela. She directs, organizes and advises methodologically about the Preventive Conservation of Documentary Heritage at the Cuban Archives System. She is reviewer for national journals such as Cuban Journal of Biological Sciences and the Bulletin of the National Archive as well as international impact journals such as International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation; British Microbiology Research Journal; Journal of Global Economics, Management and Business Research; Microscopy and Microanalysis; Microbial Ecology; Access Journal of Environmental Research and Journal of Advances in Biology & Biotechnology. She is a member of several Cuban scientific societies such as Society of Microbiology, Society of Chemistry and Society of Botany (Mycology Section). Also, she is member of the Scientific Council of the National Council of Cultural Heritage in Cuba (NCCH).
Aerobiology of indoor environments, to Environmetal Microbiology,biodeterioration of the cultural heritage supports caused by fungi, and use of vegetable biocides in controlling biodeterioration by fungi.