He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a diploma of advanced studies within a doctoral programme on psychology and quality of life from the University of Girona. During his doctoral training, he did a research stay at Cranfield University (UK).
He has worked as a research assistant at the Research Institute for Quality of Life (UdG) and at IESE Business School (University of Navarra).
His research is focused on factors related to both preventive -particularly the prevention of the sexual transmission of the HIV- and risky behaviours -more specifically on engagement in distracting activities while driving. He has authored several studies that have been published in international journals such as the Journal of Health Psychology, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Traffic Injury Prevention or Current Psychology.