I have a degree in Biology from the UB (1991) and a Master in Biotechnology from the UAB, with a master’s degree on embryo freezing. I acquired my experience as an embryologist at the Institut Dexeus where I developed and performed for the first time the laser blastocyst biopsy on human embryos. Later on I joined Dr Munné and Dr Cohen research team at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in New Jersey. Studies on embryo development and chromosomal anomalies in embryos led to the application of the first cases of PGT, which we later professionalized as a service. Back in Spain, together with Carles Giménez, Emma Triviño, Jacques Cohen and Santiago Munné, we founded Reprogenetics Spain in 2003.
At Reprogenetics, my role is to co-manage the company, and to lead, as scientific director, the areas of PGT-A and PGT-SR.
I am passionate about research. I love challenges and knowing why. I’m a fan of the crime novel and I can’t help but try to guess the end of movies and books ahead of time. I always try to fix things, gadgets and junk that have stopped working.
I like people laughing and smiling and work as a team.
I love series, among my favorites are Seinfield, Friends, Big Bang Theory, The Sopranos and Game of Thrones. I’d like to have studied at Hogwarts and be a Gryffindor.
I am Pau’s mother, and I love spending my time learning and growing with him.