Máximo Sandín received his B. A. in Biology from the Complutense University of Madrid and a Ph. D. in Bio-anthropology from the Universidad Autonoma (Autonomous University) of Madrid where he has been working as a researcher and lecturer since 1977. In addition to this, he has studied Child Nutrition, Growth and Development, and Anthropometry at the University of Havana and the Free University of Brussels and has worked in Cuba, Belgium, Spain, Morocco and Latin America.
In the last twenty years, an enormous accumulation of information has been generated in several very significant aspects of biology, but the great specialization necessary to arrive at these discoveries has been an obstacle to assimilate them, to integrate them into an overall vision that contributes a better understanding of one's own discoveries. This has been the work of Professor Maximo Sandin for more than twenty years.
Dr. Maximo Sandin sees nature as a set of integrated and complex systems in equilibrium and not in constant competition, considering the virus and bacteria the builders, regulators and maintainers of life in Earth.