- 2003 – Doctorate of Science in Epidemiology, INSP.
- 1994 – Master in Statistics, IIMAS, UNAM.
- 1992 – Specialization in Applied Statistics, IIMAS, UNAM.
- 1989 – Bachelor in Mathematics, UNAM.
- Researcher in Medical Sciences F, CINYS, National Institute of Public Health.
- National System of Researchers, Level III.
- Member of the Board of Directors of the International Society for Children’s Health and the Environment.
- Researcher affiliated with CISIDAT.
- Long-term effects of joint exposure to environmental toxins, social stressors, and nutritional conditions during pregnancy and infancy.
- Generation of evidence for the design and implementation of a policy to prevent and control lead exposure in Mexico in vulnerable populations.
- Responsible researcher for the ELEMENT (Early Live Exposure in Mexico to Environmental Toxicants) cohort study in Mexico (2002-present).
- Researcher responsible in Mexico for the PROGRESS cohort study (The Programming Research in Obesity, Growth, Environment and Social Stressors) (2007-present).
- Researcher responsible in Mexico for the following projects in the ELEMENT cohort:
- E3Gen: Multigenerational Effects of Environmental Toxic Exposures on the Life Course and Neurocognitive Outcomes in ELEMENT Birth Cohorts (2019-2023).
- Metabolic Health Risk among Mid-Life Women: The Roles of Toxicants, Inflammation, and Epigenetics.
- Researcher responsible in Mexico for the following projects in the PROGRESS cohort:
- Interaction between chemicals and stress and its effect on the neurobehavior of school children in Mexico City.
- Early life exposure to metal mixtures and neuroimaging of internalizing behaviors in childhood o Novel Biomarker to Identify Critical Windows of Susceptibility to Metal Mixtures.
- Air Particulate Pollution and Stress: Effects and Mechanisms for Long-term maternal Obesity Risks.