Doctor and forensic anthropologist, currently working at the Forensic Anthropology Unit of the Galician Institute of Legal Medicine (Spain). His dissertation focused on forensic anthropology during the Spanish Civil War. His current lines of research focus on taphonomy and skeletonization techniques applied to forensic anthropology.
Forensic sciences make it possible to obtain evidence specifically for forensic archaeology and forensic anthropology. In Spain, the study of the brains in La Pedraja is a way to deepen forensic investigation some 80 years after the original events occurred.