Lidia Minguez Alarcon
Visiting Scholars and Scientists

Lidia Minguez Alarcon

Visiting Scientist

Environmental Health

Other Positions

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Medicine-Brigham and Women's Hospital

Harvard Medical School


Dr. Minguez-Alarcon is a Spanish epidemiologist with joint appointments both at the Harvard Medical School (Assistant Professor of Medicine) and the Brigham and Women's Hospital (Associate Epidemiologist). Her research focuses on identifying chemical and non-chemical stressors of human fertility, reproductive and cardiometabolic health with special interest in chemical mixtures and diet-chemical interactions. Dr. Mínguez-Alarcón is the PI of the NIH funded Longitudinal Investigation of Health and Diseases after Infertility (LIHDI) Study, which is prospectively exploring chemical exposures during reproductive years in relation to long-term cardiovascular and metabolic health. She is also the PI of another NIH R01 that evaluates paternal pesticide exposure in relation to couple's pregnancy outcomes and associations with sperm and leukocyte epigenome. She brings her expertise to the Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN) journal as an Associate Editor and serves as a grant reviewer for several national and international institutions, including NIH and the ESF.

University of Valencia School of Pharmacy

University of Murcia School of Medicine

University of Murcia School of Medicine