PhD (2016) and BA in Art History (2004) from the University of Malaga (UMA), he obtained the Certificate of Pedagogical Aptitude (CAP, 2005) from the Complutense University of Madrid. His main lines of research are: Heritage, Diffusion, Architecture and Urbanism, highlighting in them the enhancement and safeguarding of elements in danger of disappearance. He was a student at the University of Roma Tre, Italy, within the Erasmus Program (2003-2004), at which point he began his contact and collaboration with various transalpine institutions. He enjoyed the National Training Program for University Teachers (FPU, 2005-2009) of the Ministry of Science and Innovation, attached to the Department of Art History of the UMA. Since the 2015 he is a Teaching Fellow and Research Personnel in the Department of Art History of the UMA, where he has taught in the degrees in Art History, History, Geography and Tourism. He is a member of the Spanish National Committee of ICOMOS.
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