My research experience and clinical background consist of my M.D. degree from Maimonides University (Argentina, 2001), a residency in Internal Medicine from the Hospital Privado de Comunidad (Argentina, 2004), and Chief Medical resident at the Universidad Austral (Argentina, 2007).
In 2007, I graduated with a diploma in Clinical Effectiveness from the Harvard School of Public Health (USA) and in 2009 I completed a research fellowship at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital (USA).
In 2012, I finalized a clinical-research fellowship in Thrombosis and obtained a M.Sc. in Epidemiology at the University of Ottawa.
Currently, I am appointed as an Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa, associate scientist for Clinical Epidemiology and a staff physician in the Thrombosis program. I have participated in CIHR grants as a co-investigator and conducted cohort studies as a principle investigator. I am an active member of VECTOR, a Canadian thrombosis research network with a proven track record in randomized controlled clinical trials (RCT).