- Universidad del Rosario Professor
My main interest lies in the interface between behavioral and population ecology. I am particularly fascinated by group-living species and understanding how individuals respond to variation in their social and ecological environment. I have studied different aspects of these topics on capybaras, yellow bellied marmots and zebra finches. Currently, I am focusing my research on understanding the effects of environmental perturbations on the stability of social relationships and the potential influence on population dynamics. I hope that this knowledge could be further applied in conservation and management scenarios.