I’m a biologist by the Faculty of Sciences at UNAM. In my master's project at the Institute of Ecology, UNAM, I evaluated habitat use and conservation strategies for carnivores in northwestern Chihuahua. My academic interests are focused on the ecology and conservation of mammals, photography and the dissemination of science. Currently I collaborate at the conservation and restoration project of Chihuahua grasslands, focused on conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog and the carnivores of the region. I am also involved in projects with reptiles, small mammals, socioecological systems, bats in the Yucatan Peninsula and hibernating bats in Mexico. My future interests seek to link the scientific and political fields in order to take decisions that favor the conservation of wildlife in Mexico.