Post Doc, Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain.
I am a field ecologist with a focus on vertebrate community, ornithology and conservation. I work in several fields including wetland ecology, seed-dispersal and scavenger ecology, using tools such as network analysis or bioacoustics
I got my PhD at the Miguel Hernandez University, Spain, studying the community structure and conservation strategies for a waterbirds community using artificial ponds as habitat. I have also worked as postdoc at the São Paulo University (Brazil), Stanford University (USA) and University of Hawaii (USA). I am currently back in Spain, working at the Miguel Hernandez University on the macroecology, structure, and conservation implications of vertebrate scavenger communities.
In my free time I love hiking, reading, cooking, doing sports and playing with my little kid.