Before coming to Cambridge, Marina developed a career as a clinical audiologist in her home country, Argentina, and subsequently in Spain (having moved there in 2004). She received her Licenciate in Phonoaudiology (Universidad del Salvador, Medical School, Buenos Aires), in the process of which she was awarded the Gold Medal for the highest mark in the School of Health Sciences in 2002. Later on, in 2007, she was awarded an Expert Degree in Audiology from the University of Salamanca whilst working in Spain.
Also while in Spain, she taught the first four cohorts of technicians on Hearing Aids in Galicia, and lectured for Speech and Language Therapists at the Master’s level (Universidade da Coruña, Spain).
Marina is now an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom. She now supervises Part II NTS undergraduate students (Hearing) at the Department of Psychology in Cambridge University.
During her time in Wolfson College as a PhD student, Marina served twice as an International Officer on the Wolfson College Students’ Association (WCSA) Committee, she was the President of the Wolfson Arts Film Society, and helped in the organisation of the Lunchtime Seminar Series. Marina won the Wolfson Research Event Presentation Award in 2010 and collaborated in the organisation of this event in 2012. Determined to remain engaged in Wolfson’s vibrant and progressive community, she currently serves as Tutor, caring for undergraduate and graduate full-time students