He was born in 1958 in Argentina, the country where he resides. Post-doctorate from the Center for Advanced Studies, (UNC, Argentina, 2014); Doctor in Social Sciences (UNCuyo, Argentina, 2009); Master in Rural Extension and Development (UFSM, Brazil, 1992); and Bachelor of Communication Sciences (UNRC, Argentina, 1988).
Professor-Researcher since 1984 in the Department of Communication Sciences (DCC), Faculty of Human Sciences (FCH), National University of Río Cuarto-UNRC (Argentina). He currently serves as an Effective Associate Professor with Exclusive Dedication.
Responsible since 1995 for graduate and undergraduate courses on: a) research in social sciences; and b) communication and development theory.
Regular Director 2019-2022 of the Institute of Social, Territorial and Educational Research – ISTE (UNRC-CONICET).
Author or co-author of the books: Latin American territories. Cities, rural areas and development policy (UniRío, 2020); Teachers and ICT in rural schools. Keys to access in the Cordovan pampas (UniRío, 2019); An uneven territory. Research reports and agendas for the south of Córdoba (UniRío, 2018); Between policies, classrooms and homes. Dilemmas of public educational informatics (Dunken, 2013); Development policies for the municipalities of the Gran Río Cuarto. Diagnoses, agendas and projects 2011-2020 (UniRío, 2013); Of farmers and paper fields. Agrarian press reception by family farmers (EAE, 2012); The ruralities of the press. Agribusiness, technology and agrarianism (FCH-UNRC, 2011); The social sciences in the interior, the interior of the social sciences (FCH-UNRC, 2010) among others. Author of more than thirty articles on these topics. Member of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) and the Latin American Association of Communication Researchers (ALAIC).