Professor Isabel Moll, Emeritus professor of Modern History, University of the Balearic Islands (UIB). The main features of her CV are as follow:
- Research engagements: Agrarian History, Historiography and Social History of Population.
- From 1987 until now she had been the main researcher of 7 research projects financed by the National Research Council. Between 1986 and 2013 she directed 15 master theses, and 19 PhD theses. Her actual research concerns are on Public Health policies and its influence on demographic behaviour, and is actually working on a project on Health reform and local administration in a Spanish urban context, Palma de Mallorca, 1855-1923..
- She is a member of the research Group of Health History, (IUNICS, UIB). She had been a periodical visiting fellow at the Cambridge Group of History of Population and Social Structure, and participated at the Seminar Famille et Démographie (EHESS, Paris), from 2004 to 2012.