Marta Juanhuix Piqueras holds an undergraduate degree in Catalan Philology from the University of Barcelona, where she also received a Diploma of Advanced Studies. She has worked at the Lexicographical Offices Catalan Studies Institute, specifically helping draft the second edition of the Catalan Language Diccionari (DIEC2), as well as working on the proposal for standards for oral use of Catalan, Lèxic in the Philological Section of the Institute. He has been a student aide for the Department of Catalan Philology at the University of Barcelona, and has worked as an aide for the VARCom project (BFF2001-3866, Ministry of Science and Technology): "Variation, multimodal communication and multilingualism: discursive styles and linguistic awareness in the production of oral texts". She has also been a member of the research project RESOL (HUM2006-05860): "Re-socialization and language: the linguistic effects of the transition from primary to secondary", of the University of Barcelona, and was a member of the European project "LanCook. The European Digital Kitchen "(European Commission, 519076-LLP-1-2011-1-UK-KAZ-KAZMP).
Marta has worked as an associate professor in the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, since September 2005, where she teaches courses on written competences in Catalan (in the Department of Catalan) Basics of Teaching Language in Early Childhood Education and Education of Speech (in the Department of Teaching Language, Literature and Social Sciences) and Communication and Educational Interaction (in the Department of Catalan). She is also director of the Linguistics Standardization programme at the International University of Catalonia since September 2009, overseeing projects and support for training activities and actions of cultural and language promotion and the language policy at the university. She has been a member of the Language Commission of the Vives University and CIFALC, the Inter-University Committee on Language Education and Accreditation of Catalonia since 2009.