I am originally Buenos Aires, Argentina. I obtained my MSc in Biological Sciences in 2003 while gaining lab experience working on immunology. Later on, my work focused in the regulation of glucocorticoid receptor function, obtaining my PhD from the University of Buenos Aires in 2011. After a short postdoc at the IBioBA-MPSP institute in Argentina, I came to Dundee and I have joined the Rocha lab in March 2013 as a Postdoctoral Researcher. My work concerns the relationship between hypoxia and chromatin strucuture.
In my free time, I enjoy cooking, dancing Salsa, watching films and playing with my daughter as well as spending quality time with my family.