September 2020 – present
Geneticists and bioinformatician. In 2013, I obtained a BSc in Genetics (extraordinary award) and in 2014 a MSc in Bioinformatics from the UAB. I continued my research training carrying out a Ph.D. in Genetics in the Bioinformatics for Genetics Diversity group under the supervision of Dr. Antonio Barbadilla and Dr. Isaac Salazar-Ciudad. My research interests are focused on population genomics and evo-devo following multiomics data integration approaches. In González lab, I am investigating the role of epigenetic marks in gene expression changes across tissues, and the role of transposable elements in rewiring xenobiotic stress response networks. I also have experience in teaching programming, data visualization, population genetics and genomics in BSc and MSc modules, and collaborating in teaching innovation actions.