Mainly interested in Systems and Computational Biology, specially on a cellular and molecular level. The study of such complex systems requires knowledge on many different fields like Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Dynamics, Mathematics and Programming (among others). Given the great amount of -omics data available nowadays, the best approaches are mathematical and computational models.
Unrevealing and characterizing the temporal and/or spatial patterns that govern cellular behavior using models is of great importance for understanding the mechanisms by which cells interact between them and their environment. These in turn, give us insight of how living organisms are regulated and hence, can have many applications in medicine, industry or ecology.
|2016-present||Intern, RWTH Aachen University, Joint Research Center for Computational Biomedicine, Germany.|
|2016-present||Intern, Pompeu Fabra University, Department of Experimental and Health Sciences, Spain.|
|2012||Intern, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Spain.|
|2011||Intern, Miguel Herna ́ndez University, Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Spain.|
|2015-2016||MSc in Modeling for Science and Engineering, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.|
|2009-2015||BSc in Biotechnology, University of Girona, Spain.|
Studied Biotechnology because of my great interest in living organisms. After that, decided to move a step forward into Systems Biology in order to understand the laws that governed life. Hence, enrolled in a Mathematical Modeling Master’s degree in order to deepen my knowledge in mathematics and computation needed for this end. Right now, working on the project for modeling signaling networks from single cell FRET data at Joint Research Center for Computa- tional Biology (RWTH-Aachen).