Lecturer at EUSES – affiliated centre to the UdG. Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Master’s Degree in Physical Anthropology: biodiversity and human evolution, both from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. PhD with international mention from the University of Barcelona on the variability of the human pelvis and its senescence process with applications in Anthropology and Forensic Medicine.
In the professional field, she has collaborated in the teaching of subjects at the Faculty of Biology of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and has worked as an associate lecturer at the University of Barcelona, teaching different subjects in the Bachelor’s Degrees in Biology, Biomedicine, Archaeology and Environmental Sciences. In addition, she holds the lecturer Accreditation delivered by ANECA and has actively participated in the Bioculture Consolidated Teaching Innovation Group (University of Barcelona). The results were presented at the IX International Congress of Teaching and Innovation (CIDUI) in 2016. Her main research area is the study of the morphological variability of the human skeleton, especially in relation to its evolutionary, biomechanical and forensic implications.
She has published chapters of books and articles in journals with a high impact factor (Journal of Archaeological Science, Journal of Human Evolution, International Journal of Legal Medicine, Forensic Science International), has participated as an organizer and speaker at different national and international conferences and actively collaborates as a reviewer of journals indexed in JCR in the field of Physical Anthropology.
On the other hand, she has made several stays in foreign research centres and has participated and worked in different excavation campaigns of bone remains of anthropological origin.