I am an evolutionary biologist with a track record in morphology and mathematical biology. My research focuses on developing analytical tools to model animal anatomy, characterizing evolutionary patterns, and studying the relationship between evolution and craniofacial anomalies with implications for human health.
I am also the author Ciencia Paladina, a blog devoted to explain ideas and advances of evolutionary biology to a broad Spanish-speaking public.
2015 – Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship. Royal Veterinary College, UK.
2013 – PhD in Biodiversity. University of Valencia, Spain.
2012 – Writing-up Fellowship. Konrad Lorenz Institute, Austria.
2008 – Master in Biodiversity and Evolution. University of Valencia, Spain.
2007 – Bachelor in Biology. University of Valencia, Spain.
Borja Esteve Altava (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Structure & Motion Laboratory
Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences
The Royal Veterinary College
Hawkshead Lane, Hatfield
AL9 7TA, United Kingdom