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I am an environmental biologist with a master degree in terrestrial ecology by the UAB. Currently, I am working as a PhD researcher. More concretely, I work on plant functional traits evolution from an integrative perspective, merging evolutionary biology, ecophysiology and biogeography.

The main aim of my research is to describe global macro evolutionary patterns shaping plant life strategies, which may be crucial to better understand climate change impacts on species persistence and ecosystem function. I am also interested in teaching and outreach, as I belief that a good researcher needs to be able to share knowledge, actively contributing to construct a better society based on sustainability principles, respect and public awareness.


Evolution, ecophysiology, biogeography, statistics, machine learning, big data