H2020 PROJECT BLUE-ACTION: OPEN POSTDOCTORAL POSITION
My research is focused on environmental epidemiology and the interplay of climate change and health. I did my PhD at Umea University (Sweden), and I was also a research fellow at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (United Kingdom). My primary research focus is the study of the impact of climate change on health, and the assessment of the resilience of societies to environmental exposures under changing climate conditions.
I have a PhD in applied mathematics from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and I was a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute and the Imperial College London. I am an expert in atmospheric convection and precipitation, climate models, time series analysis, complex systems, extreme events and probabilistic forecasting.
I am a researcher at the Centre for Demographic Studies (CED), and a research associate of the Climate and Health Program at the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal). My current research focuses on the study of the impact of climate change on temperature-related mortality and birth outcomes in Spain.
I am studying the role of climate on child neurodevelopment in Spain, within the framework of a cohort study of the INMA project. The underlying hypothesis is that climate variability affects the neurological development of children, from pregnancy to childhood.