I graduated with a BSc in Biotechnology Engineering from the Instituto Politécnico Nacional, a Master degree in Medical Science and Biotechnology, and a PhD in Engineering Science from Tecnológico de Monterrey. I have 5 years of experience in the pharmaceutical field, in areas of quality control and manufacturing of drugs and biopharmaceuticals. Currently, I am a full-time professor of Bioengineering Department at Tec de Monterrey, Guadalajara, and I have been a teacher at Tec since 2015, with experience in desing and implementation of Semestre i. I am a founding member of a successful IRB committee, in operation since 2009. My research internships were in CINVESTAV (CDMX), Center for Applied Medical Research (CIMA, University of Navarra, Spain), and the Laboratory of Surgical Pathology American British Cowdray Medical Center (CDMX). My research has focused in biomarker identification for hematological neoplasms, specifically in lymphoma. I have also been closely involved in projects on breast cancer, disruption of circadian rhythm, and ocular rosacea. My current projects include the study of antimicrobial and antineoplastic activity of peptides from sea urchins, and medical data analytics.