He has a Bachelor’s degree in History from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (2005-2009) and a Master's degree in Asian and African Studies with a specialty in Japan from El Colegio de México (2011-2013). He is currently a PhD candidate in History from the Sophia University (上智 大学) in Tokyo. His area of study is Modern History and the central themes of his research are political and religious relations between Portugal, Spain, Japan and New Spain in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, particularly the mission of Tsunenaga Hasekura and the Jesuit missions in Japan. In addition, he studies New Spain devotions and the history of the Church in Mexico. On the other hand, he is the current president of the Circle of Mexican Students in Japan, Nichibokubashi and has participated in 2016 and 2017 as a member of the selection committee of the Mexico-Japan Exchange Program in Onjuku.