I am currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse.
I defended my PhD on June 20, 2016, at the INSA-Toulouse. My dissertation "Reconstructing the demographic history of populations from genomic data" can be downloaded here. My research focuses on the development of mathematical models for reconstruct past demographic events in populations using DNA sequences. I finished my undergraduate studies in Mathematics at Havana University and I moved to Toulouse, France in 2012 for my PhD.
My research focuses on the development and implementation of mathematical models to detect key events in the evolutionary history of populations based on genomic data. I have investigated the impact of population structure on methods used to reconstruct the demographic history of a population. Nowadays, I work on methods allowing to better understand the effects of the structure. I am passionate about researching held at the interface between Mathematics, Biology, Data Analysis and Statistics.