Angelica is from Spain and has dedicated much of her research to theropod teeth and dinosaur trackways. At the Complutense University of Madrid, she received a degree in Geology with specialization in paleontology, followed by a MSc in 2002 and PhD in Paleontology in 2007. Some of this doctoral research was conducted in conjunction with the Currie Lab, and in 2011, Angelica became a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Alberta. As of 2016, she continued her postdoctoral studies and became Academic Director of the Paleontology Chair at University of La Rioja in Spain, with a focus on preservation and research of trackways and ichnofossils.
Torices, A., Wilkinson, R., Arbour, V.M., Ruiz-Omenaca, J.I., and Currie, P.J. 2018. Puncture-and-pull biomechanics in the teeth of predatory coelurosaurian dinosaurs. Current Biology 28(9): 1467–1474. DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2018.03.042
Bramble, K., Currie, P.J., Tanke, D.H., and Torices, A. 2017. Reuniting the “head hunted” Corythosaurus excavatus (Dinosauria: Hadrosauridae) holotype skull with its dentary and postcranium. Cretaceous Research 76: 7–18. DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2017.04.006
Torices, A., Currie, P.J., Canudo, J.I., and Pereda-Suberbiola, X. 2015. Theropod dinosaurs from the Upper Cretaceous of the South Pyrenees Basin of Spain. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 60(3): 611–626. DOI: 10.4202/app.2012.0121
Torices, A., Reichel, M., and Currie, P.J. 2014. Multivariate analysis of isolated tyrannosaurid teeth from the Danek Bonebed, Horseshoe Canyon Formation, Alberta, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 51: 1045–1051. DOI: 10.1139/cjes-2014-0072
Torices, A., Funston, G.F., Kraichy, S.T., and Currie, P.J. 2014. The first appearance of Troodon in the Upper Cretaceous site of Danek Bonebed, and a reevaluation of troodontid quantitative tooth morphotypes. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 51: 1039–1044. DOI: 10.1139/cjes-2014-0071