lab manager, the real boss!
“Crazy about the order in the lab and McGiver in my spare time”

When I studied Pathological Anatomy in 2006, I didn’t even imagine that the world of research was so fascinating.

I started working at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid in 2007, where I discovered the wonderful world of histology and fluorescence microscopy.

In 2008 I had the privilege to become part of that great family that is the CNIC (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares, CNIC) where the cardiovascular world fascinated me and I could specialize in different techniques of microsurgery in rodents, confocal microscopy, cytometry, cultures, and molecular biology.

But there came a time when I needed new challenges in my life and in January 2023, I decided to change completely. Thanks to Dr. Casanova I was able to enter the world of cancer and the immune system, so I joined her brand-new lab.

In my spare time, I enjoy reading, walking into nature, playing with my bunny, and working in my small vegetable garden.

You want to know our projects

A summary of the major ideas we are developing in the laboratory. Following the data as we follow myeloid cells, projects are dynamically evolving, so stay tuned for updates in the NEWS section.