Specialist in urban mobility issues, focuses on the elaboration of a conceptual and methodological framework for the study and knowledge of everyday mobility, means of transport and urban accessibility, under the goal of social and environmental sustainability.

She has several publications, presentations, courses and research in the following thematic lines: urban accessibility and opportunities in the territory; mobility and sustainable transport; as well as social implications of urban accessibility.

Professor in the degrees in Architecture and in Urban and Landscape Design, as well as in the Master and Doctorate in Architecture and Urbanism of the Autonomous University of Sinaloa. She actively participates in the training of human resources in undergraduate and postgraduate courses through the direction and thesis advice. She also participates in research projects related to urban mobility and sustainability.