I have a degree in Philosophy from the University of the Basque Country and a Master in Logic and Philosophy of Science from the University of Salamanca (Spain). I am currently a PhD student and ACIF fellow at the University of Valencia, under the supervision of Marc Artiga, and I am doing a research stay at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy and EMRG Lab thanks to the grant "CIBEPF. Fons Social Europeu" grant from the Valencian Government.
My main areas of interest focus on the intersection of philosophy of biology and philosophy of neuroscience from the perspective of ecological psychology. Specifically, my work is motivated by several points. First, in developing a sufficiently robust and broad conceptual framework based on constraints that can be applied in both biology and neuroscience. Second, I am interested in studying the evolutionary role of affordances in biology. And third, I am interested in studying the processes of synaptogenesis and neural development, and in general the role of the central nervous system, from an ecological perspective.