TECHNICAL DIVISION DIRECTOR Degree in Veterinary Medicine (2015). She is currently a PhD student (Rep-Biotech Joint Doctorate) at University of Murcia. The aim of her Thesis is to assess the impact of assisted reproductive technologies on the establishment of epigenetic marks in porcine species. Recently, she was a visiting researcher at the Babraham Institute (Cambridge,…

Degree in Genetics and Biotechnology (2008), MSc. in “Comparative and Technological Molecular Genetics” (2011) from University of Trás- os-Montes e Alto Douro (Portugal), and MSc. in “Animal Behavior and Welfare” (2014) from Institute of Applied Psychology (Lisbon, Portugal). Actually she is a PhD student at Rep-Biotech Joint Doctorate at University of Murcia. The aim of…

Degree in Biology (2014) and MSc. in Biology and Technology of Reproduction in Mammals (2015) by the University of Murcia. Her degree dissertation was focused in the approach of physiological conditions to the procedures used in assissted reproductive techniques in swine in order to improve embryo quality. She has run research activities at the Epigenetics…

Degree in Veterinary Medicine (2009), MSc. in Biology and Technology of Reproduction in Mammals (2010) and PhD in Biology and Technology of Reproductive Health by University of Murcia (2017). Specialist in Human Reproduction by the Miguel Hernández University (2013). She has developed research activities at the University of Okayama (Japan) and Birmingham (UK). Currently working…

Professor, Department of Physiology, University of Murcia, Spain. Head of Physiology of Reproduction group.

She is Full Professor of Reproductive Physiology in the University of Murcia, Spain,  where she leads the Physiology of Reproduction group. She got her PhD in 1990 with a Thesis on in vitro fertilization in pigs. She has developed pre and postdoctoral research activities in the University of Bologna (Italy), University of California at Davis…

Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, University of Murcia, Spain

  Degree in Veterinary Medicine (1996) and PhD (2001, European mention Doctor) by the University of Murcia thanks to her research on the effect of oviductal cells on vitro fertilization in pigs. She has developed research activities at the University of York (UK), Federal Research Institute for Animal Health (Mariensee, Germany), University of Tennessee (USA),…

Post-Doc Research Collaborator, Department of Physiology, University of Murcia, Spain

Degree in Veterinary Medicine (DVM), MSc. in Biology and Technology of Reproduction in Mammals and PhD in Biology and Technology of Reproductive Health by University of Murcia (2015). The aim of his doctoral thesis was to deepen the understanding of the different factors related to the physiology of the pig oviduct that could be used…