Lorena Emilia Paredes González
PhD Student and Teacher in Physical Anthropology by the National School of Anthropology and History, Degree in Psychology from the School of Psychology of the UNAM.
Member of Student for Sensible Drug Policy and Research Assistant at the National Institute of Scientific Research of Montreal, Canada, on the young marijuana users in public spaces project in Mexico City, TRYSPACES.
His subjects of interest are social inequality, violence and drug use. Her work focuses on social research and urban community intervention, collaborating in neuroscience, experimental biology and psychiatry laboratories. She has presented at various national and international forums and has been dedicated to scientific dissemination, publishing publications and workshops at all educational levels, collaborating with the Mexican Academy of Sciences and Public Associations, Founder and Member of the Psychocalle Collective.