I am a research fellow in radiology at the Gordon Center for Medical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University. I am also a research fellow in neuroethics at the University of Navarra and the Tatiana Foundation International Center for Neuroscience and Ethics (CINET). Previously, I served as an assistant professor of psychology at the European University of Valencia (2018–2021), and also was a visiting professor at the National Institute of Criminal Sciences of Mexico (2019). I received a Ph.D. in Logic and the History and Philosophy of Science from the UNED (2016), and a B.S./M.S. in Biology from the University of Valencia (2006).

My work has been published in academic journals such as Nature, AJOB Neuroscience, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Philosophical Psychology, The Philosophical Quarterly, and popular outlets such as the Spanish edition of Scientific American (called Investigación y Ciencia) and The Conversation. I also enjoy writing some fiction and poetry. I have participated in numerous meetings and conferences held in Spain and the Americas. I have taught neurolaw at the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), and have also taught biology and neuropsychology, among other subjects, at other institutions.

I serve as an international advisor in the field of neuroethics. I coordinate the Working Group on Neurorights in Ibero-America at the Mexican Association of Neuroethics (AMNE), and am a member of the Board of Directors of this association. I am also a member of the International Neuroethics Society (INS).