Javier Fernández is degree in Biology and Masters in Conservation Biology Complutense University of Madrid. It has since 2014 specializing in GIS technology and software development tools R for biogeographic study of the species. He has participated in various projects related to ecological niche modeling and distribution of species, mainly birds, mammals and fungi. Parallel is finalizing its doctoral thesis Taxonomy and phylogeography of corticioides fungi in the Royal Botanical Garden (CSIC).
His research interests include conservation biology and phylogeography, modeling of the ecological niche and species distribution and software development R.
As a member of the Research Group in Health and Biotechnology (SaBio) of the Research Institute of Hunting Resources (IREC - CSAIC, UCLM, JCCM)Javier participates in European Proyect ENETWILD, In assessing biosecurity protocols and management of ungulates in relation to the transmission of diseases shared and inventorying and regional comarcalización of ungulate species present in Castilla-La Mancha.