Luis Gomez was born in Leon in Spain in 1962, he is married and has two children.
Since 2006 he lives and works in Leipzig.
Between the years 1978 and 1986 , after finishing High School, he studied biology and biochemistry at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain and theology in Santiago de Compostela, too.
After studiing he worked as researscher at the Galician Institute of Agrobiology Research-Department of Genetics/ High Council of Scientific Research (CSIC). He obtained the Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences.
1988 Luis Gomez started working as free scientific consultant in the range of optimisation of process engineering for example for the Bioscientia GmbH and the Milupa GmbH.
From 1991 till 1995 he had the function of scientific and laboratory manager for the Servamed GmbH. His responsibilities were the quality control and the standardisation of the method applied in the laboratory.
Between 1995 and 1998 he worked as CEO in the Orgamedica SL in Spain. His field of activity was the scientific advice and the admission of new pharmaceuticals.
1998 until 2003 he had the function of scientific and laboratory CEO at the Mediversal Sarl and was responsible for standardisation and interpretation of developed analysis methods.
In the year 2003 Luis Gomez founded the INDAGO GmbH, a laboratory that developed a special method for analysing blood.
From 2018 he becomes a Scientific Advisor of the MDF Labor GmbH laboratories in Hannover, an activity he continues to practice until today
In 2008 he became a member of the Juan de Mariana Institute in Madrid. At that time he began his work on liberal ideas and the Austrian school of economics. Before that, in 2005, he had already founded the online publication “Desde el Exilio”, in which he has published more than 3,000 articles on politics, liberalism, science and philosophy. He is also the author of several articles published in other Spanish media such as Libertad Digital, La Gaceta or Decisión Económica.
In August 2015, he took charge of the direction of the “Master in Environmental Economics” of the Francisco Marroquín University (Guatemala) where he also teaches courses on “Complex dynamic systems”, “Ecology” and “Sustainability Science”.