Agricultural Engineer, Zootechnical orientation, received at the University of Buenos Aires (1994). He completed postgraduate studies in Teacher Training (2003) and in Science, Technology and Innovation Management (2006).
At the beginning of his working relationship with INTA, he devoted himself to animal production issues, mainly food, in connection with the private sector, and worked in the Castelar Technological Innovation Park for more than 8 years.
His current line of work is related to Livestock and Climate Change, participating in various national and international projects. He has been responsible for preparing the National Greenhouse Gas Inventories for the livestock sector in Argentina, in the First and Second National Communication on Climate Change; He is the representative for Argentina in the Global Alliance for Research on Greenhouse Gases of the Agricultural Sector and a member of the UNFCCC Roster of Experts.