I am an Assistant Professor at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. I hold a PhD in Political Science from Stanford University (2022).

Within comparative politics, my research focuses on state-building, ideological change, and scientific innovation. I study these topics in Western European and Latin American history.

My book project, Roads to State Bureaucracy, studies administrative reforms and the demise of patrimonial states in early modern Europe. My research has been published (or conditionally accepted) in Comparative Political Studies, the Journal of Politics, World Politics, and the European Review of Economic History.

I am originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I received a B.A. from Universidad de San Andrés (2014) and a M.A. from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (2017).