I went into science journalism by chance. Now, I love this job, which I’ve been doing now for over 15 years. Telling people's stories makes me feel good because information allows us to make the right decisions. With a background in clinical psychology, I especially like reporting on health, education and gender topics and you can find my clippings here.
I currently write for the Catalan newspaper ARA and for the Spanish newspaper La Marea, as well as directing and writing scripts for the educational videos on the Xplorehealth.eu website and for other scientific institutions in Spain.
I graduated in psychology from the University of Barcelona and in Journalism from the University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. At the beginning of my career I spent four years working for the Spanish national television channel TVE in Berlin, Germany, and on the German television channel Deutsche Welle-Berlin. From 2003 until 2011, I specialised in reporting on health and science issues and I contributed freelance articles to the health pages of the Spanish national broadsheet El Pais.
In 2011, Random House Mondadori published my book Los secrets de un parto feliz, which is based on a series of interviews with leading childbirth professionals about medical assistance during labour in Spain.
I love languages and am fluent in English, German, French and Italian, as well as my native tongues Catalan and Spanish.