Concepción Castrillo is a researcher at the project "RESCuE: Patterns of Resilience during Socioeconomic Crises among Households in Europe" in the Department of Social Psychology and Social Anthropology of the Complutense University of Madrid. She holds a degree and a PhD in Sociology from the same University, with an extraordinary doctorate award. During the period of preparation of her thesis, which she conducted thanks to an FPU scholarship, she carried out two predoctoral research stays at the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Cambridge. She has been a researcher at the project "Fathers on parental leave alone” of the Department of Sociology of the Autonomous University of Madrid. She has participated in several research projects on care and vulnerability funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness and by the Framework Programme of the European Union, and she has been a teaching assistant in the degree of Sociology of the UCM. Her research interests include gender, care, emotions and social inequalities. Since 2016, she participates as a researcher in the program "Ciudad Ciencia" a scientific dissemination project by the Spanish Public Council for Scientific Research.