I hold a Doctorate in Social Sciences (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina), Master in Science, Technology and Society (National University of Quilmes) and a Bachelor of Political Science (UBA). I am an Assistant Researcher at CONICET
, based at the Institute for Science and Technology Studies at the National University of Quilmes, and a Visiting Fellow in the Science, Technology and Society Program at Harvard University. I am an Adjunct Professor of Sociology of Science and Technology at UNAHUR and a postgraduate professor at UNQ and ITBA.
I am specialised in Politics and Sociology of Science, Technology and Innovation oriented towards local, inclusive and sustainable development and gender equality. My work is guided by the mission of transforming Science and Technology into implementable solutions for real people, in specific contexts and territories. I carry out technical assistance and consulting activities for various national and international CTI organizations.