I am an environmental scientist with training in theoretical ecology, ecological modeling, and socio-environmental system thinking. My main interest as a researcher is to collaborate on the development, training, testing, and use of system-based and agent-based models of socio-ecological systems. My goal is to contribute to understand the ecological mechanisms that influence human well-being.
My work has been published in several scientific journals dedicated to sustainability science, conservation biology, and environmental management. I obtained a Ph.D. in Ecology from the University of Michigan, and a professional degree in Natural Resources Management from the University of Chile. Chile is where I'm originally from.