Eugenia is a highly accomplished professional with a strong academic background in Neuroscience. She holds a Doctor of Engineering degree in Neuroscience from Universidad de Buenos Aires. With extensive experience in academia, Eugenia has served as an Assistant Professor at Universidad de San Andrés and was Co-Director at the Centro de Neurociencias Cognitivas, where she has made significant contributions to the field. She has also worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Instituto de Neurociencia Cognitiva y Traslacional (INCyT) and as a PHD Scholar at the Instituto de Neurología Cognitiva (INECO). Eugenia’s research expertise extends to computational biology and bioinformatics, particularly in the area of data analysis and machine learning. She is proficient in various programming languages, including Python, R, C++, C#, and SQL, and has utilized her skills in natural language processing to study language and discourse in neurodegenerative disorders.