brief personal resume

Camila Palma (Lima, 1974). Since her early school years, she always wanted to be a dentist. She fulfilled her goal at the Universidad Tecnológica de México in 1996, where she realized her love for paediatric dentistry. After completing her residency at the Hospital Infantil Federico Gomez in Mexico City, she returned to Peru for a postgraduate degree of Rural Dentistry and Public Health with the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, in the Province of Yauyos. In 2000 she moved to Spain to do a Masters in Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Barcelona. Once she completed her residence stage at the San Juan de Dios Hospital with mentally and physically challenged children, in 2007 she decided to live in India during four months, to collaborate with the Vicente Ferrer Foundation, a project that she enjoyed deeply. Later on, her curiosity for minimally invasive dentistry took her to Londrina, Brazil, where she learned the basis of dentistry for babies. She currently works as a teacher in the Master of Paediatric Dentistry at the University of Barcelona, she takes part in many National and International Congresses and works in public and private practice with healthy and special needs babies and children.