About me

Postdoctoral researcher currently working at The Francis Crick Institute and the University College of London (UK) in the laboratory of Mosaicism and Precision Medicine. Former doctoral student in Molecular Medicine and Teaching Assistant of Genetics at University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). → See my CV

My field of expertise is cancer genomics and contagious metastasis with high-impact publications in the multidisciplinary journals of Nature, Nature Genetics and Nature Communications. I have been involved in the international Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes (PCAWG) study and the ERC-funded Scuba Cancers project and currently working on the 100,000 Genomes Project of Genomics England. → Check my publication record

I am a curious mind who enjoys exploring the unknown and probably that’s why I chosen science as my proffesional career and travelling as my favourite hobbie. When I was young I set a goal: to visit as many foreign countries as years old I would be and for the moment, I haven’t failed myself. → Read my biography

Personal interests: Photography - Travelling - Movies - Tea - Graphical Design - Surf & Dive - Music - Science - Cultural Exchange - Nature - Gastronomy - Hiking

As we are living at a time when environmental (climate change, species extinction, deforestation…) and social issues (poverty, inequality…) are on the agenda every day, I often volunteer in NGOs trying to help change and let those who will come a better world.

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