Full Time Senior Researcher, Institute for Historical Research, UNAM. PhD in Contemporary History, University of the Basque Country, Spain. PRIDE level D, SNI level II. Professor of the subject New Spain XVIII Century, Bachelor’s degree in History, School of Philosophy and Literature, UNAM; tutor of the Postgraduate courses in History and Law, UNAM. She is the author of Emporios transpacíficos. Mexican merchants in Manila, 1710-1815, Mexico, UNAM / IIH, 2007. Recent publications: "The administrative visit of oidor Francisco Henríquez de Villacorta to the Casa de la Santa Misericordia, 1751-1758", in 500 years of the discovery of the Pacific. The presence of New Spain in the South Sea, coordination of Carmen Yuste and Guadalupe Pinzón, Mexico, UNAM / IIH, 2016. "The relationship between New Mexico storekeepers and Filipino merchants during the eighteenth century" in the Philippines 19th century. Coexistence and interaction between communities in the Spanish empire, Editores María Dolores Elizalde and Xavier Huetz de Lemps, Madrid, Ediciones Polifemo 2017.