He graduated with honorable mention from La Salle University and later entered the ABC Medical Center, where he completed an internship and residency. There he also obtained honorable mention, and the Gabino Barreda medal from UNAM. Shortly thereafter, he completed a subspecialty in infectology at the University of Texas, where he won the Merck Award as the best resident of that state in 1993-94. He is currently a postgraduate professor of Internal Medicine, director of the Internal Medicine Service Line and in charge of the Covid-19 program (his biggest challenge to date) at the ABC Medical Center. He was national champion of squash And he has run nine full marathons, so this 1964-born doctor is an institution in terms of health, sports and helping others.