I am an MSc student in the Department of Statistics at the University of British Columbia (UBC). My supervisors are Trevor Campbell and Benjamin Bloem-Reddy. I did my BSc in Applied Mathematics at ITAM under the supervision of Ernesto Barrios.
Before coming to UBC, I worked at Pfizer and also in the quick counts' committee for Mexico's 2018 general election.
In my free time, I enjoy road biking around Vancouver, cooking fresh pasta, and reading sci-fi and fantasy novels.
I am mostly interested in developing algorithms for Bayesian inference with theoretical guarantees that allow us to solve large-scale problems.
I am also interested in statistical education. Currently, I work in the Flexible Learning and StatSpace projects, where we develop teaching and learning resources for introductory statistical courses.