Diego Granados-Villanueva obtained his Bachelor of Biotechnology Engineering at the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico in 2017. He continued his education with his master's degree in biochemistry at the National Autonomous University in Mexico City on 2019. During those years, he used molecular simulations to understand how biomolecules work and interact. He is interested in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology program through the BMS Gateway Program at MSU in which he is planning to pursue research on the atomic aspects of the biological function in the Feig, Dickson, Kim, Parent or Hoogstraten laboratories. Outside school he likes discovering new music, cooking, spend time with his wife and cat and eating breakfast sandwiches.