I am a Venezuelan biologist driven by an insatiable curiosity for nature and its conservation. I obtained my undergraduate degree from the University of Zulia and a Master's degree in Ecology from the Central University of Venezuela.
My primary interest lies in comprehending the intricate interactions between living organisms and their habitats, which led me to specialize in marine ecology.
Currently, I am pursuing a Ph.D. in Ecology, focusing on studying the effects of climate change on artisanal sardine fishing. My aim is to generate knowledge that can be used to safeguard marine species and the livelihoods of coastal communities.
I bring an interdisciplinary perspective to my research, employing innovative methods such as ecological modeling and participatory approaches. I am deeply passionate about inspiring others to appreciate the wonders of nature and to take proactive steps towards its conservation.
While I firmly believe in the power of science, I also recognize the importance of listening to local communities. My hope is that in the future, humanity will coexist harmoniously with the oceans.