Has been part of 2 CREAF projects Projects involved in RESET Functional biogeography and resilience of terrestrial ecosystems DISTRESS Understanding the mechanisms behind tree responses to drought-induced stress with increasing tree size View projects email@example.comOffice: CM7/6linkedin profile orcid profile researchergate profile Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow at CREAF. She carried out the outgoing phase of her fellowship at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL, USA). She has a background in the study of tree physiological and phenological response to environmental variability at different temporal scales, from long-term tree-ring growth and δ13C trends to intra-annual wood formation processes, xylem functional anatomy and water and carbon fluxes. Her current research (DISTRESS project) focuses on drought-induced mortality, specifically on how tree height affects tree vulnerability to drought. To achieve this aim, she is using the global database SAPFLUXNET.