Originally from Mexico City, Jorge graduated with honors from the National School of Anthropology and History (ENAH) where he received his master’s degree in Physical Anthropology with a specialization in ancient migration. He is a specialist in bioarchaeological research and also in the analysis and digitization of funerary contexts. Currently he is working on his PHD in Anthropology. His research is focused on the relationship between diet and migration in Teotihuacan and the central Mesoamerican Region. He has collaborated on multiple projects in Teotihuacan since 2004, including but not limited to the Barrio Oaxaqueño Project, the Sun Pyramid, La Ventilla, the Feathered Serpent Pyramid, and the Plaza de las Columnas Project.
Author and co-author of many research papers from Teotihuacan the population and the Oaxacan Barrio.
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