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About Me

I’m currently a 2nd year PhD researcher in Philosophy at the University of Glasgow working under the supervision of Prof Fiona Macpherson. My main area of research is consciousness and philosophy of mind, specifically minimal conscious experiences during sleep. I’m an interdisciplinary researcher and for my PhD, I’m undertaking both theoretical and empirical research.

Alongside my PhD research, I also work as Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) in philosophy and psychology. Moreover, I love to organise all sort of things to make academia a more accessible and enjoyable environment. I’m part of the Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapter at Glasgow and I’m also the Diversity Officer for the PhD society. I like to blog about my academic experiences, and I wrote several posts on mental health, inclusion and interdisciplinarity in academia during my role as PGR Intern Blogger for the University of Glasgow. I also manage my blog where I write on a more variety of topics.

I’m originally from Barcelona, Spain, and I changed the Mediterranean weather for the Scottish lands 4 years ago. I love travelling, discovering new places and immortalising moments through photography; you can find some of my snapshots here.


Education
  • MPhil Philosophy, University of Glasgow
  • Msc Language and Cognitive Science, University of Barcelona
  • BA (Hons) Psychology, University of Barcelona
Curent Roles

CV
You can check my full CV here