My research is focused on the study and modeling of different biological systems and processes, using mathematical and theoretical tools of physics.
My career as a researcher began with my degree in Physics at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Afterwards I specialized in biophysics through a master’s degree, whose research work was a project in collaboration with Yale University, focused on the mathematical study of animal behavior. Since then, my career has been consolidated around biophysical modeling. Specifically, my doctoral thesis focused on the study and modeling (at an experimental and mathematical level) of cell signaling during embryonic development. After obtaining my PhD, I have collaborated with different research lines of biophysics at the University of Granada.
I am currently working at the CAB with a postdoctoral position in complex systems. In particular, I make use of the theory and tools of complex networks for the study and understanding of different open questions related to the origin of life.
|Keywords||Biophysics, Complex Systems, Modeling, Complex Networks|