Juan obtained his Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. He then pursued a Master's degree in Chemical and Industrial Chemistry Research at the same university, specializing in NMR Spectroscopy under the supervision of Prof. Javier Sardina.
Following that, Juan spent 6 years working within the research team overseen by Prof. Javier Sardina. During this time, he engaged in R&D projects in the field of NMR, with a particular emphasis on creating applications for compact NMR devices.
In 2023, Juan joined Mestrelab and he is now part of the team at our new Mestrelab Research Center (CIM).
In his leisure time, he enjoys cycling in nature and holds a deep passion for all things related to cinema and music.