PhD in Forest and Natural Environment Management from the University of Lleida, with a study on fish migrations in Mediterranean rivers. Completed the Master's in Terrestrial Ecology and Biodiversity Management at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Holds a Bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Barcelona, specializing in river ecology. Started working on water analysis and wastewater treatment plant control, complemented by conducting naturalistic studies. Since 2001, has been the coordinator of the Center for the Study of Mediterranean Rivers (CERM), associated from its inception with the Ter River Museum (based in Manlleu, Osona, Catalonia), and incorporated into the University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia since 2016. CERM focuses its activity on four aspects: research and knowledge transfer, environmental education and scientific dissemination, conservation and ecological restoration of rivers and other aquatic environments, and the development of the Ter Museum as a natural science museum. Also teaches in the Biology and Biotechnology Degrees at UVic-UCC and co-directs the Interuniversity Chair of Water, Nature, and Well-being.