I am a Chilean agronomist with an MSc in Conservation from University College London. I'm currenly a PhD researcher at ICTA-UAB and a founding member of the ECOS (Ecosystem-Complexity-Society) Co-Laboratory in Chile. I am very interested in transdisciplinary studies regarding agroecology, biocultural diversity and the resilience of social-ecological systems. I have a primary background in natural sciences, where I worked in different biodiversity conservation projects ranging from puma’s conservation to bird studies in the southern temperate forest. Later in my career, I started switching my interests from a conservation biology perspective to a broader focus on people’s-nature relationship. During the last five years, I have co-led different research projects in the southern Andes of Chile, working with Mapuche people, traditional campesinos and lifestyle migrants in topics related to agroecology, biocultural diversity, food sovereignty and social-ecological systems.