Ines undertook her Biotechnology degree in the Universitat de Lleida (Spain), where she become interested in the medical applications of this subject while doing an intership in the Hospital Clinic de Barcelona (Spain). This is why she decided to participate in the Erasmus double degree programme at Cranfield University (UK) where she coursed a Master degree in Nanomedicine. As part of the Erasmus expirience, she moved to Linkoping (Sweden) to undertake a research project under the supervisor of Dr. Martin Mak and Prof. May Griffith. Having enjoyed the laboratory experience, Ines started a PhD in regenerative medicine under the supervision of Dr Nick Evans and Prof. Richard Oreffo. Her research project is to develop an ex vivo model to study human bone regeneration using the chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) of the chick embryo.
Currently Ines has been a speaker in more than five conferences, including international meetings in Brugges (Belgium) and Linz (Austria), and win a mention award for the best presentation at the Faculty of Medicine Research Conference 2015.