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I am a Juan de la Cierva postdoctoral researcher at the Estación Biológica de Doñana, in Seville, Spain as part of Ivan Gomez-Mestre's Ecology, Evolution and Development Group. My current research is focused on uncovering the transcriptomic and epigenetic mechanisms controlling developmental plasticity in amphibians and the evolution of reproductive modes. I completed my PhD at the University of Basel in Switzerland supervised by Simon Loader and Hendrik Müller, studying the accumulation of amphibian lineages in Africa and whether aspects of life history (specifically terrestrial breeding) has evolved in response to specific environmental conditions.


Featured Projects

Amphibian Systematics

Systematics and Taxonomy

Genome Size Evolution

Comparative Phylogenetics