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I am a postdoctoral researcher at Doñana Biological Station (CSIC) working in the SHOWCASE project (H2020) with Dr. Ignasi Bartomeus.

My research focuses on wild and domesticated biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.

I have interdisciplinary expertise in agricultural systems with a deep focus on conservation, sustainability, and human-environment interactions. I have combined studies in Veterinary, Agroecology and Ecology, searching for multidimensional solutions to contemporary problems of agricultural systems under Global Change.  

My line of research is interdisciplinary between ecology, animal production and agronomy, genetics, sociology and anthropology. I have worked on ecosystem services assessments in agroecosystems and the sustainability analysis of agricultural and livestock activity. During my PhD, I developed an innovative line of research on the auto-ecological and biogeographical aspects of local Spanish livestock breeds. The aim of this research has been to integrate knowledge on the functioning of ecosystems and the behaviour of biodiversity in agricultural areas in order to promote a more sustainable land management. Currently, I am focusing on co-design with farmers and other stakeholders to find an equilibrium between intensive production and biodiversity conservation.

 My main research interests can be framed as:


Integration of theories from different fields (ecology, evolution, earth sciences, genetics, anthropology, etc.) to improve our understanding of biodiversity processes, mechanisms and functions

To better understand those drivers that modulate the distribution, adaptation and selection of wild and domesticated diversity in order to foster its conservation and to promote more sustainable food systems.


EducatiOn & Jobs


Postdoctoral Researcher
Doñana Biological Station (CSIC)


Showcasing synergies between agriculture, biodiversity and ecosystem services to help farmers capitalising on native biodiversity. (H2020/ 862480). PI: Ignasi Bartomeus Roig


Postdoctoral Researcher
University of Alcalá


Assessment of ecosystem services derived from the management of vegetation in the Spanish energy transport network through grazing. PI: Antonio Gómez Sal.


International Doctoral Degree in Ecology, Conservation and Restoration of Ecosystems
University of Alcalá


Title: “Livestock & Biodiversity. Ecological determinants and functions of the diversity of local livestock breeds in peninsular Spain”.


Research Stay
Colorado State University


Research Stay, at Forest & Rangeland Stewardship Department. Colorado State University. Colorado. EE.UU.  



Teaching and Research Staff
University of Alcalá


Ecology Area, Department of Life Science. Universidad de Alcalá. Fundación Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno. Environmental Scholarship Programme (2016).


Research Assistant
University of Alcalá Foundation


Incorporation of ecosystem assessment approach into decision-making for the management of Dehesas in Andalusia. Life Biodehesa (life11/bio/es/000726). PI: Antonio Gómez Sal.


Master of Sciences in Agroecology, a model for rural sustainability
University of Córdoba


Title: “Transhumance in León province. Puertos towards sustainability”.


University Degree in Veterinary Sciences
University of León


2013 SICUE Mobility at University of Córdoba

2012 Erasmus Mobility at Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien