Bachelor’s degree in Hispanic Language and Literature from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Master’s in Sanskrit Studies from the University of Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) and PhD in Sanskrit from the University of Cambridge (England, United Kingdom). Her PhD thesis was awarded the World Prize for the Best Thesis on Sanskrit (D. K. Award to the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation on Sanskrit), awarded by the International Association of Sanskrit Studies (IASS), an organization recognized by UNESCO. She is currently a researcher at the Institute of Philological Research (UNAM) and teaches at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters. Her line of research is "Sanskrit Language and Literature" and her areas of specialization are textual criticism, comparative literature and cultural hermeneutics. Since January 2012 she has served as the regional director for Latin America of the IASS and in 2014 she obtained the Distinction Recognition National University for Young Academics (RDUNJA) in Teaching.