Dr. Ibargüengoytía specializes in studying the effects of chronic and acute disturbances on reptile populations. She is a Biologist and Principal Investigator of CONICET, with more than 85 prestigious publications, including Science and Evolution, 5 chapters of books specialized in studies related to ecophysiology, thermal physiology and reproduction applied to studies of vulnerability to climate change.

She is also a professor of human anatomy and physiology and animal histology at the University of Comahue, she leads the research group Ecophysiology and life history of reptiles at INIBIOMA-COMAHUE-CONICET.