I am a Ramón Areces Postdoctoral Fellow at Rob Beardmore’s lab at the University of Exeter. We work on antibiotic resistance evolution, combining mathematical modelling and experiments.

My main research interest is applying mathematical methods to biological problems. Apart from my work with Rob, I collaborate with my PhD advisor, Jose A Cuesta, and Susanna Manrubia, working to understand how the mapping between genotypes to phenotypes alters evolution. For my PhD I studied the genotype-phenotype map at the molecular/regulatory/cellular level. In order to do that, we designed a cool computational model called toyLIFE, which contains analogs of genes, proteins and metabolites, all interacting between each other to simulate a simplified cellular biology.

I also collaborate with Saúl Ares on plant systems biology.

You can see my CV here.