Veterinarian in 2019 by the Alfonso X El Sabio University of Madrid.
Throughout his university studies, he has developed diverse interests in wildlife and exotic animals.
In addition, Tomás has a master’s degree in exotic animal medicine and surgery and several diplomas from courses and congresses on big cat medicine, wildlife conservation and avian ethology.
During the summer of 2017, Tomás complements his training with internships at the Bioparc of Valencia, performing work in wildlife management, preventive medicine, feeding, obstetrics and reproduction oriented to the conservation of endangered species. Due to the success of her experience, she returns in 2019 thanks to the award of a scholarship to develop her final degree work on the behavior and reproduction of the Baringo giraffe.
In 2018, she travels to Uganda to carry out a veterinary check-up on chimpanzees at the Ngamba Island reserve, belonging to the Jane Gooudal Institute. The intensity of this trip defines a turning point in his professional development. In Uganda, he learns the importance of biodiversity preservation and strengthens his passion for African wildlife.
In 2019, following the presentation of his final year dissertation, he is awarded a scholarship to continue his research in the form of a PhD thesis in Kenya. This experience is cut short with the arrival of Covid-19, which paralyzes many of these opportunities and prevents him from traveling to the African country.
Willing to continue with his vocation since childhood, Tomás joins the hospital Animales Exóticos 24h, with the illusion and ambition to find people with common interests and continue dedicating his life to helping animals.