Collaborator in the Academic Body Population Health: policies and practices in vulnerable groups, in its two lines of research:
1.- Sociocultural studies on disability and chronicity.
2.- Research on social and cultural factors related to the perspective, experiences and practices of the population in conditions of vulnerability regarding illness and care.
Bachelor and Postgraduate thesis management.
Analysis of official secondary databases through robust statistical and geographical complex modeling.
Development of scenarios using robust simulation techniques supported with results from multivariate models.
Search for complex methodologies applicable to epidemiological and population data at different resolution scales.