Olga is degree in veterinary (Universidad de Extremadura) and doctorate from the University of Castilla La Mancha (UCLM). In 2005 he began his research as predoctoral researcher at the National Research Institute and Agricultural and Food Technology (INIA).
After making various stays in Spanish and foreign universities, in 2016 participates in the creation of the research group of Reproductive Medicine of the Biomedical Center of Charles University (Pilsen, Czech Republic), where he leads the area of Andrology.
Nowadays, she is enjoying a Postdoctoral contract Juan de la Cierva Incorporation UCLM within the Research Group in Health and Biotechnology (SaBio) of the Instituto de Investigación en Recursos Cinegéticos (IREC – CSIC, UCLM, JCCM).
His research activity is focused on sperm physiology, andrology and gamete interaction and sperm cryobiologyAs well as the loss of fertilizing capacity of sperm. Currently, he is conducting research on sperm biology at the molecular level, mainly monitoring different epigenetic markers and their relationship with semen quality and fertility of individuals in different mammalian species (including humans). In the same vein, other interests is the effect of increased environmental temperature on the epigenome of sperm as a possible cause of infertility of the male.