A digital CV by

Julian Insua

Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever. - Mahatma Ghandi

About Me

A concrete abstract (pun intended)

The most important thing about myself is that I love learning. Acquiring knowledge is one of the things I enjoy the most. To me, It just doesn't matter where it comes from. Whether it's formal education or practical experience or reading, mastering a new subject is both a challenge and a pleasure. Many times I hurry to investigate any topic I come across and feel I know nothing about. That's the reason I've studied, and why I read whatever I can. And also the reason I've picked my career and my job.

Although some paths have been more rewarding than others, I've managed to take advantage of what I learned. Whether it's by programming solutions or using nonlinear statistics to validate a method I have improved every place I have worked in. And I take pride in saying so.


What can you do?


I'm getting my degree in chemistry in 2020 from one of the best Universities in Latin America, the UBA.


I have more than 10 years worth of experience in research and development. Performing validations and developing methods.


I'm fluent in English and Spanish (mother tongue). I'm also learning French, just because.


I have excellent innovation skills and love thinking outside the box.


I've led several projects in my career. I'm a team player and develop exceptional connections with my teams.

Web design

HTML5, CSS, PHP, C++ and Visual Basic. I Integrate all with Office to create powerful solutions.


This is a little timeline (sort of, really) of different things I did and I do. Related to Work, University or just for fun.


Who have I worked with?

I Have worked with some great amazing people over the years. No doubt about it, but for easier reference, I'll quote the places and leave the stories and the people for a future encounter (I Hope). Scroll over the images to find out:


As soon I started working in the pharmaceutical industry, I knew it was a match. I could apply all I loved about my career and all I'd learned in my previous jobs. And the most important thing of all, I found the room to improve my self and my workplace freely.

Loved to do: HPLC Method development & validation, Elemental impurities risk assessment.


ANMAT was the first proper lab top job I had. It was great to apply all the knowledge I had in analytical chemistry and statistics daily. I loved to learn from people of different backgrounds and ages. It was truly enriching.

Loved to do: ELISA Validation; Leading 5S Implementation.


The first job I got as an undergraduate student. I was eager to work in such an immense industry. Everything at my reach was astonishing, and there was this huge amount of information to absorb. The work with the XRF and all the optics involved in testing glass sheets was marvellous. Above all, I was thrilled to be working on my field.

Loved to do: Audit QC processes; problem-solving.


In my secondary school years, I had this great opportunity to see first hand the work of researchers. And it was inspiring. That experience motivated me to become a scientist and was the primer for a burning wish to investigate. I performed my research and put all that together into a monography. Finally, I made a scientifical poster and presented my work to my peers. It was hard work, but it paid off. By the end of my senior year, I knew exactly what I wanted to do.

Loved to do: Research, speak in public.


Well, this is a little bit of what I've done In my professional an personal life, of course, there is more. Of course, there are several courses I did, and some crazy story about how I ended learning English before I even learned Spanish (my mother tongue), among other things.

Contact me. It would be awesome to hear your thoughts about this page, my career, or any sort of opportunity you have in mind.