Currently Professor Researcher of the Faculty of Engineering and the Institute of Metallurgy of the UASLP, titular member of committees of postgraduate in Engineering of Minerals and Science of Materials of the UASLP. Teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Faculties of Engineering, Chemical Sciences and for postgraduate students in Mineral Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Geology, Stomatology of the UASLP. The courses taught are Advanced Techniques of Characterization, Characterization of Materials, Mineralogy and Applied Mineralogy, which have also been taught to personnel in the mining and metallurgy industries.
Research lines in Applied Mineralogy, Characterization of Materials and Air Pollution by suspended particles. Studies on the physicochemical and morphological characteristics of atmospheric particles are the most complete so far, where the research has been from local, national and abroad; whose results are compiled in a book published in 2011.
Collaboration with the Faculty of Stomatology (UASLP) jointly with other universities, focused on research related to the development of microorganisms and biofilms in dentine pieces, under various conditions and treatments. This is also applied to the study of microorganisms and biofilms that develop in mining sites associated with low grade copper deposits for the development of bioleaching processes.