I received my BSc in Geology from the University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez in 2017. Upon graduation, I became a research assistant at the Arecibo Observatory in the Planetary Radar Science group, where I also served as the geoscience mentor in the Arecibo Observatory Space Academy, a pre-college program for high school students.
My research experience has centered around geological studies through remote sensing, focusing on cratering and mass wasting processes. These include working on impact craters on the Moon and the icy moons of Saturn, as well as Mars geomorphology.
Currently, I am a MSc student in Geology and Planetary Sciences at the Univeristy of Western Ontario, under the supervision of Dr. Catherine Neish.