Nataša Čamprag Szabó is an expert in environmental protection, with a research focus on the pollutants of water and air. Her research deals with different biochemical parameters and their influence on the environmental and urban sustainability. Nataša holds a PhD from University in Belgrade, in which she investigated the influence of some air pollutants and meteorological parameters on the concentration of pollen in urban environments. Her MSc thesis deals with changes of eco-chemical parameters and their influence on the trophic status of the Lake Palić, a favorite but heavily polluted resort for the citizens of Subotica (Serbia). Currently, she holds a professorship for scientific field of biology and chemistry at the College of Vocational Studies in Subotica, Serbia. Her scientific work has been published in a number of international journals, such as "Environmental Science and Pollution Research", "Water, Air & Soil Pollution", "Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society" and others.