|I hold a PhD in Biomedicine with emphasis in Public Health and Education in Health Sciences from University of Pompeu Fabra. I also hold a Master's degree in Public Health from the same university, and a Bacherlor's degree in Biomedicine from the University of Barcelona. My main field of research is precarious employment and its relationship with the health of the working population and that of their families, from a holistic perspective that allows us to understand the interactions of this phenomenon with the axes of social inequality. More recently, I also jumped into the world of teaching innovation research. Beyond research, I'm teaching courses in public and occupational health, research methodologies, demography, biostatistics and epidemiology, and I participate in the coordination of bachelor's and master's final theses. I firmly believe that the transfer of knowledge, to be effective and full, hast to be multi-directional. This is why I consider the combination of research and teaching as a fundamental tool of social contact, which allows the collaboration of teachers and students for the construction of a more equitable, sustainable and, definitely, healthy social environment.