I studied the undergraduate degree in Biology at the Faculty of Sciences, UNAM. I completed my master’s degree in Biological Sciences at the Institute of Biology and recently I was accepted in the PhD program of the same Institute to study sea turtles and the possible impact of climate change in their populations. During my studies I have been very interested in conservation issues, as well as their future persistence and I have been able to participate in some courses about it. Within the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Laboratory I am collaborating with an article that will deal with the patterns of activity of carnivores in the tropical jungles of Mexico. My goals are to contribute to the knowledge in science as well as to help in the training of future biologists for the improvement of our planet.