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 to modulate the in vitro fertilization process and contribute to improve pig embryo in vitro production systems. To date, the main topic of my postdoctoral research has been the development of novel sperm selection methods imitating the mechanisms by which spermatozoa are selected within the female reproductive tract. He has worked as lecturer at the CEU Cardenal Herrera University (Spain) and postdoc at the University of Limerick (Ireland) and the University of the Basque Country University (Spain). In June 2020 he returned to the University of Murcia as Technical Director of EmbryoCloud to lead the transformation of EmbryoCloud into a spin-off company and to investigate on how to mitigate the possible adverse effects of the assisted reproduction technologies (ARTs) on gametes and embryos of the different mammalian species, including humans.