I am an evolutionary biologist that tries to explore the role of the bacterial community on the life history traits of birds. My scientific career has taken me down different paths, from the field and the microbiology lab to high-throughput sequencing and bioinformatics.
For the second consecutive year, the Micromundo program joins the UGR and city institutes in the search.
Fledgling discrimination in the hoopoe, a potential host species of the great spotted cuckoo.
Seed size, not dispersal syndrome, determines potential for spread of ricefield weeds by gulls.
Allium-derived compound propyl propane thiosulfonate (PTSO) reduces Vibrio populations and increases body weight of European seabass (Dicentrarchus labrax) juveniles.
PAIDI 2021: Changes in migratory behaviour in European swallows (Hirundinidae) in a Climate Change scenario (Referencia P21 PROYEXCEL_00773).
Beneficial shifts in the gut bacterial community of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) juveniles supplemented with allium-derived compound propyl propane thiosulfonate (PTSO).
Provisioning challenge: self-consumption versus nestling
provisioning, an experimental study.
Micromundo Granada is launched! This project carry out the multiressitance problema to the general public.
Enterocin cross-resistance mediated by ABC transport systems.
Allium extract implements weaned piglet’s productive
parameters by modulating distal gut microbiota
Allium-based phytobiotic enhances egg production in laying hens through microbial composition changes in ileum and cecum
Blue tit Cyanistes caeruleus males increase their reproductive effort when subject to a flea experimental manipulation
Autoclaving nest-material remains influences the probability of ectoparasitism of nestling hoopoes (Upupa epops)
The gut microbiota of brood parasite and host nestlings reared within the same environment: disentangling genetic and environmental effects
I received this award in the research area of Experimental Science thanks to my participation in “A comunal catalogue reveals Earth’s musticale microbia. Nature, 551, 7681, 457. 2017″.