About me

I graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Barcelona in 1999. At that time, I had already decided that urology would be my profession. I completed a 5-year residency at the Fundació Puigvert and, after that, I joined the urology service of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona.

In 2007 I received a (cum laude) PhD in Surgery from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
To complete my training, I moved to Toronto for 2 years and joined a Uro-oncology Fellowship program at the University of Toronto, at Princess Margaret and Sunny Brook Hospitals. During that time, I specialized in major oncological surgery, robotics, and I was able to do research in a laboratory specialized in urology.

I am currently the head of the Transplant Section of the Hospital Clinic de Barcelona and a staff member of the Uro-oncology Unit.

I am also a teaching coordinator, a member of the National Urology Commission and an associate professor at the University of Barcelona.


The kidneys of donors with renal cancer: Should they be considered as an option for transplants?
The determination of P53 in infiltrating primary bladder tumor as a prognostic factor for substaging
We continue researching…