I am an evolutionary biologist broadly interested in many aspects related with the study of genetic variability in natural populations. I use different molecular and analytical tools to understand the factors determining genetic variation across space and time. My specific interests are population genetics focusing on dispersal and connectivity between populations in changing environments. My current research applies graph techniques to build spatial networks of genetic variability based on haplotypes, with the final objective of determining how the structure of the network affects metapopulation dynamics.
|2008||Ph.D. in Evolutionary Biology, National Museum of Natural Science. Madrid, Spain|
|2003||Master of Science in Molecular Biology, University of Sevilla, Spain|
|2000||Bachelor of Science in Biology, University of Valencia, Spain|
|2015 - present||Research Assistant, Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich, Switzerland|
|2012 - 2014||Postdoctoral Researcher JAE-DOC, Spanish Research Council (CSIC), Doñana Biological Station, Sevilla, Spain|
|2008 - 2012||Posdoctoral Researcher Excellence Andalucia Projects, Spanish Research Council (CSIC), Doñana Biological Station, Sevilla, Spain|