Academic background: B.Sc. Biotechnology
Target language: Portuguese
Short bio: I studied biotechnology in Buenos Aires, I have always loved nature and ethnobotany. I worked for more than 10 years in development in the pharmaceutical industry. And I received a scholarship for a diploma in science, technology and engineering management at Ajou University in South Korea. Later I specialized in the cultivation of edible and medicinal mushrooms and even today I remain fascinated with the world of fungi. Reading led me to know that certain aspects of hallucinogenic substances could be of great use to humanity. I am currently studying a master’s degree in Neuroscience at the Arturo Jauretche National University in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Why do you support the BTG? Nature offers us much more than we can understand today and for a long time I observed in people a permanent desire for “progress” rejecting our animal nature and discarding everything that has to do with it. This new psychedelic wave can help change this perspective according to my beliefs, bringing humanity closer to its own nature and understanding. MIND works on it by promoting cutting-edge research on mental health and psychedelic substances, taking information to different parts of the world in different languages, sharing knowledge, this makes me want to belong to this team that is so important for today’s humanity.