I was born in the Basque Country (northern Spain), spent my childhood in Colombia, and finished high school in Connecticut. After medical school in Spain, I completed my Neurology residency and fellowships at SUNY in Syracuse and USF in Tampa.

I work at the Regional Neuroscience Center in Billings and am a Clinical Neurology Instructor for the University of Washington School of Medicine.

I have been involved with medical teams and organizations in Bosnia, Croatia, Honduras, Kenya, Dominican Republic, and Ethiopia. It was after a medical mission in 2011 when I felt a calling to help orphanages in Ethiopia and assist medically as a visiting neurologist at their medical schools. I am passionate about these children and my goal is to continue to provide health and education to them, making sure they obtain the best educational opportunities they can get and to continue to collaborate with the nearby medical schools.

“Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls”  Jeremiah 6:16