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I am a researcher in evolutionary biology interested in the study of the interplay between evolution and ecology at different spatiotemporal and evolutionary scales. The major goal of my research is understanding the ecological and evolutionary mechanisms shaping the spatial patterns of biological diversity. To deal with this question, my research harnesses the power of genomic data obtained from high-throughput sequencing to respond question on how genomic variation from populations to communities arises and is maintained.
Currently, I am a postdoctoral researcher at IPNA-CSIC in the Island Ecology and Evolution Research Group (Brent Emerson´s lab). Here, my research is particularly focused on elucidating the consequences of varying environmental conditions on both the structure and diversity of soil arthropod communities, together with their assembly dynamics at different spatiotemporal scales.
Postdoctoral researcher - Juan de La Cierva-Formación fellow
Island Ecology and Evolution Research Group (Brent Emerson´s Lab)
Instituto de Productos Naturales y Agrobiología (IPNA-CSIC)
Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
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