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Department of Archaeology



After my bachelor studies in Biology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (2015), I went on to complete an MSc in Biological Anthropology at the University of Barcelona (2017). I relocated to Kenya in 2017, and began work with the Turkana Basin Institute as the Resident Academic Director for the institute´s Origins Field School (2018-2019). I am now pursuing a PhD in Biological Anthropology funded by the Cambridge Trust and CONACYT, and intend to continue pursuing research interests across Eastern and Southern Africa.  



My research interests centre on the evolutionary history of Plio-Pleistocene hominins, with a focus on ‘robust’ australopithecines.

My PhD research leverages a combination of high-resolution imaging, landmark-based geometric morphometrics, and developmentally informed selection of characters, to evaluate the competing phylogenetic and evolutionary hypotheses regarding this hominin group.

Teaching and Supervisions


I am currently involved in teaching and supervision for B3 – Human Evolution

Research supervision: 

Supervisor: Prof Marta Mirazón Lahr

Other Professional Activities

Member of St John’s College

Job Titles

PhD student in Biological Anthropology

General Info

Not available for consultancy
Research Expertise / Fields of study: 
Human Evolution

Contact Details

Ln340 [at]


Biological Anthropology
Human Evolutionary Studies
Geographical areas: