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I studied Environmental Biology at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. I spent the last year of my degree in Ecuador, at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, as an exchange student. Then I did a short stay of a few months in Indonesia where I worked with 'slow lorises', a nocturnal primate. Right after my stay in Indonesia I got the Leonardo da Vinci scholarship for a 6-month stay at a research centre in Göttingen, Germany. I worked for one year at the Deutsches Primatenzentrum in Göttingen and then did the international Master's degree in Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution in the same city.

I did my Master's thesis in collaboration with a research team in Paris, which allowed me to spend 2 months in the French capital. After spending so many years away from home, I decided to return to my hometown, Barcelona, to do my PhD. So I got in touch with CREAF researcher Bernat Claramunt, one of my professors from my degree, to set up the project. I am currently studying socio-ecological mountain systems in the Pyrenees, and we are developing a tool for transferring knowledge to society that consists of a gamified model that illustrates decision-making on the effects of climate change in mountain systems