PhD in Philosophy (UNAM) and full-time professor in the area of Ontology and Metaphysics at the School of Philosophy of the FFyL of the UNAM. She directs a seminar dedicated to the fundamental texts of the Kyoto School and Buddhism. She was responsible for the PAPIIT project Ontology and History: Inquiry into the paths for another history from the ontology of the twentieth century and has many publications. She is a member of the European Network of Japanese Philosophy, of the International Chair of Critical Hermeneutics coordinated by Teresa Oñate of the UNED and the International Center for the Study of nihilism, coordinated by Professor Alfredo Rocha. She was the coordinator of the translation of the great work of the Japanese philosophy of Hajime Tanabe Philosophy as a metanoetic. She participates in the research project "Topological thinking in Japan" · coordinated by Raquel Bouso of the U. Pompeu Fabra. She is director of the Theoría Magazine of the FFyL of the UNAM and Coordinator of the Philosophy School of the FFyL of the UNAM. She has been a visiting professor at the Nanzan Institute of Religion and Culture, in Nagoya, Japan, and at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona.