Ana was born in Segovia (1994). Before graduating from Biotechnology at Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (UFV, Madrid) in July 2016, Ana performed research trainees at Hospital Gregorio Marañón in Madrid and took part in the CNIO summer program 2015 in the group of Dra. Nuria Malats. During her bachelor studies, she was awarded with a scholarship from UFV for students with brilliant academic records. The last year of her bachelor’s degree, she travelled to United States to join the group of Professor Eva Hernando at the department of Pathology, NYU Langone Medical Health. Ana developed her bachelor’s dissertation thesis collaborating with a project focused on the epigenetic and phenotypic characterization of AMIGO2, a novel melanoma survival gene, this work was published in Molecular Cell in 2017. After graduating back in Madrid, she returned to New York to work as a Research technician in the same lab, where she has been involved in different projects related to the study of epigenetic regulation of melanoma metastasis. Ana has recently returned to Madrid as a master student of the Molecular Biomedicine program of Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM), and she has joined the Brain Metastasis group to develop a project for her master thesis about the analysis and validation of a transcriptional program enriched in brain metastasis and to develop novel techniques of astrocytes labelling in vivo.