Predoc. Evolutionary Paleobiology
She graduated in Biology from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (2011) and presented her final degree project “El conocimiento de las poblaciones del pasado a través de los restos óseos: Análisis paleohistológico sobre huesos largos arqueológicos” at the Laboratorio de Poblaciones del Pasado (LAPP- UAM), in the same university.
In 2011-2012, she attended the Master of Biodiversity (Animal Diversity) of Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her research work, supervised by Dr. Oscar Cambra Moo, was titled “Aproximación a la Paleohistología de restos osteoarqueológicos humanos”.
During that course and the following (2012-2013) she received the Ayuda para el Inicio de Estudios en Programas de Posgrado grant from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid to work in the LAPP and study the chemical and histological changes in the ontogeny of archaeological bones. In that period, she also collaborated with the Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio (ICV-CSIC) in several scientific and research activities.
She is currently at the Evolutionary Paleobiology department, where she holds a PhD training fellowship of theMinisterio de Economia y Competitividad (Spanish Government). Her thesis work is focused on the study of extant and extinct perissodactyl mammals’ histology by means of Life History theory, under the supervision of Dra Meike Köhlerand Dr Xavier Jordana.