Angel Linares Bernabeu graduated in Biology, specialising in Biotechnology and Biosanitary, at the University of Alicante (2018).
Subsequently, he obtained a Master’s degree in Reproductive Medicine from the University of Alicante and Instituto Bernabeu (2019) and a Master’s degree in Clinical Medicine Research from the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (2020).
In 2018 he joined the Instituto Bernabeu team, where he currently works as an embryologist in the In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) laboratory.
In his career, he has participated in several communications to congresses and scientific publications, as well as in multiple specialisation courses and training practices. He’s a member of the Official College of Biologists of the Valencian Community (COBCV) and of the Spanish Association for the Study of Reproductive Biology (ASEBIR).
Currently, he focuses his area of interest on the study of polymorphic variants in the female karyotype and the prognosis of fertility treatment, as well as on the analysis of the morphokinetics of embryo development and the prediction of clinical success.