Daniel holds two bachelor’s degrees in Electronics, and Mathematics, respectively. He further obtained a master’s degree in the field of Mathematics from the joint program of the Michoacan University of Saint Nicholas of Hidalgo (UMSNH) and the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
As an electronics engineer, he has explored the field of biomedical instrumentation learning about medicine and health. Later, he studied Applied Mathematics, learning to use Math as a tool to solve real-world problems. During his master’s degree, Daniel specialized in biomathematics computing, applying numerical modeling to dynamic processes, like cellular differentiation as a response to toxic environments. At Amphora Health, he works directly with the Computational Genomics team.
Daniel loves to solve creative mathematical problems and read books about adventure and fantasy.