Professor of Philosophy at the Catholic University “Sta. Teresa de Jesús” of Ávila. She obtained a European PhD in Philosophy at the Complutense University, with a thesis on F. Brentano (2002), thanks to various grants with which she carried out research stays in Germany and Switzerland (DAAD, La Caixa, ESKAS). From 2007 to 2018 she has been an associate professor at the “San Dámaso” University, and since 2008 at the Catholic University of Ávila, as a lecturer and director of the “Santa Teresa de Jesús” Chair of Women’s Studies since its foundation in 2014. She coordinates the Master in Bioethics and training at the UCAV and CEU-San Pablo. In May 2019 she has been accepted as a member of the New Circle of Ratzinger Disciples, based in Munich (Germany). Her main line of research is anthropology, focusing on the themes of sexual difference, women, bioethical issues and dialogue with theology. She has several publications on these topics in the form of books, articles and book chapters.