María Caamaño-Alegre is currently an Associate Tenured Professor (Profesor Titular) of Philosophy of Science at the University of Valladolid (Spain). She obtained her PhD in Philosophy with a thesis on the problem of incommensurability of scientific theories (2004, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain), and joined CSLI at Stanford University as a Fulbright post-doctoral fellow before starting her teaching career at the Philosophy Department (UVa).
Her research focuses on topics at the junction of general philosophy of science, methodology of science, philosophy of language and epistemology. She has published on experimental validity, evaluation of theories, and inter-theoretical relations. Her current interests include the relation between natural and social sciences and the methodological differences between both fields in the search for empirical support.