Research & Education
I am an evolutionary biologist focused on biodiversity and ecology.
I graduated in biology at the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain), where I obtained a double major (Botany and Zoology) and later performed an MSc in Conservation Biology. I defended a doctoral thesis entitled “Macroevolution and microevolution in island systems: the Rand Flora pattern in the genus Canarina”, supervised by Dr. Isabel Sanmartín.
Teacher-Assistant Doctor Certificate, accredited for lecturing at universities. Certified by the Government of Spain (ANECA).
2010 – 2015
PhD in Biodiversity and Evolution. Real Jardín Botánico, Madrid. University Rey Juan Carlos, summa cum laude, November 2015.
MSc in Conservation Biology. Specialisation in plant conservation biology, University Complutense, Madrid.
2003 - 2008
BSc Biology. Double specialties: Botany and zoology, University Complutense, Madrid.