Cristina López-del Burgo has a Medical degree from the University of Navarra (1998) and completed her Residency in Family Medicine in 2002. In 2005, she obtained her PhD in Medicine at the University of Navarra.
In 2009, she received a scholarship for a postdoctoral research on fertility at the University of Utah (USA). She carried out research at the Pope Paul VI Institute for the study of Human Reproduction, Omaha, Nebraska (USA) from July to September 2012.
She is on the faculty of the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Navarra. Her field of research is focused on family planning, fertility and sexuality. At the University of Navarra, she teaches medical and health science students in Epidemiology, Sexuality and Human Reproduction.
Her research is centred on the Institute for Culture and Society project "Education of Human Affectivity and Sexuality" at the University of Navarra.
Anne is a University College Hospital medical graduate also trained in medical NaProTechnology at the Pope Paul VI Institute, Omaha, USA with the support of the LIFE charity.
She worked as the physician to the Life FertilityCare Programme from 2002 to 2014 and also at the Galway NaProTechnology Clinic with Dr Phil Boyle from 2006 to 2009 on a part-time basis providing pro-life medical support to couples experiencing infertility and recurrent miscarriage.
Anne has regularly spoken on NaProTechnology in the Faculty of Bioethics at St Mary's University College, Twickenham and at other UK pro-life conferences. She has lectured on training programmes for FertilityCare practitioners in the UK and Croatia. Anne retired from all medical practice in August 2014.