Projects

Toxicologist expert in Toxicogenomics, Environmental Epidemiology, and Sustainability.

I am also interested in Science Policy, Science Diplomacy, and Science Consultant.


 

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Environment and Health

Sustainability

Science

Gender Equality

1. Searching Human Biomarkers in Wastewater 

1.1 Searching for Cancer Biomarkers in wastewater.

1.2 Searching for Human Biomarkers in wastewater.

1.3 OMICS

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3. TOXICOLOGY TEST

3.1 Ecotoxicology

3.2 Regulatory Toxicology

3.3 Toxicogenomics (transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics).

3.4 Epigenetics: DNA Methylation.

3.5 Genotoxicity: Comet assay and Micronucleus test.

3.6 Transcription:  qPCR and Microarrays.

3.7 Proteins: ProteOMICS (LC-MS).

3.8 Studies and predictions of mutagenicity, genotoxicity, and carcinogenicity of chemicals.

2. Air Quality and Human Health

2.1 Air quality in the Industrial Zone of Monterrey, Mexico, and potential impacts on human health.

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4. NON-ANIMAL METHODS FOR TOXICITY TESTING

Advanced computer-modeling techniques (often referred to as in silico models)

4.1 Regulatory toxicology (development, model assembly, evaluation, and communication of information on health hazards and risks associated with exposure to agents that have the potential to harm human health and ecosystems).
4.2 Development of research plans and data analysis according to the Regulatory Frameworks (EU chemicals regulatory processes, Canada, USA, Mexico, and OECD).
4.3 Evaluate feasibility and scope of scientific projects.
4.4 Classification according to DSD, CLP, and GHS UN regulations
4.5 REACH dossier, and Regulatory analysis of SDS standards and classification systems.

4.6 Non-Animal Alternative Methods | Modeling and Prediction (in silico: Quantitative structure-activity relationship-QSAR, APO, and read-across) in Human and Ecological Risk Assessment of chemicals.

Current Projects

5. Leadership Women in STEM & Climate Change

Homeward Bound participants go through a twelve-month training program that is focused around the topic of climate change and concluded with an expedition to Antarctica.

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I'm the Chair of the OWSD Mexico National Chapter.

The Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) is an international organization that provides research training, career development, and networking opportunities for women scientists throughout the developing world at different stages in their careers. It is a program unit of UNESCO and is based at the offices of The World Academy of Sciences in Trieste, Italy.

•Re-Activation of the National Chapter.
Promotion and coordination of activities aimed at increasing women's participation in science.
Enhancement of networking and mentoring among members.
•Enhance and generate collaborations with other chapters in OWSD and more organizations in the areas of equity, innovation, science, and technology through science diplomacy practice.

6. Advocacy diversity in STEM, SDG's and Mentoring/Teaching

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7. OWSD Mexico

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8. Scientific Consultant

Consultant in Science, Environmental, Toxicology, Bio-Circular-Green Economic (BCG), and Sustainability.

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TRUE Advisor Certificate Program

TRUE-trained zero waste professional. Help companies and businesses become more socially and environmentally responsible in how they operate.

9. Science Diplomacy and Science Policy

Certifications, Courses, Training, and/or Member of... 

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The mission is to promote Science Diplomacy in Latin America and the Caribbean (DiploCientifica), and the communication between the scientific and diplomatic communities, policymakers, academia, civil society, private sector, and other sectors through the generation of spaces, capacity building, and production of constructive knowledge.

As a member of this organization, I work with the Science Diplomacy Observatory Committee and the Communications Committee.

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National Science Policy Network (NSPN)

Co-Chair of Career and Networking and Learning and Exploration in
Science Diplomacy.

Science & Policy Exchange (SPE)

Volunteer in News Research and Podcast (Research and share articles about current science policy events weekly).

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