I come from Ejea de los Caballeros, a town near Zaragoza (Aragón, Spain). During my days as an undergrad, I had the opportunity to be an interchange student for two consecutive years, -in the beautiful cities of Naples and Bilbao-, which made me develop a healthy taste for periodically changing place, home and habits. Notwithstanding that, -home is always home- I came back to Zaragoza, where I finished a Master and -quite a leap for just one clause- a PhD in Physics of complex Systems in 2010 and 2014, respectively.
Now I am in Montreal, Canada, working as a postdoctoral fellow in the group of functional genomics of the immune system led by Dr. Luis Barreiro, at the Hospital Sainte Justine and the University of Montreal.
For further details, here is available a curriculum vitae. (October 2016).
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