Dr. Natalia Sierra Sanjurjo graduated as a psychologist at the National University of Colombia with a thesis entitled as meritorious on Visuoconstructive Skills in Alzheimer’s Dementia. After graduation, she completed the Specialization Course in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Buenos Aires, obtaining the highest qualification. She was awarded a scholarship by CONICET on two occasions and she completed a Master’s Degree in Cognitive Psychology and a Ph.D. in Psychology with a thesis on the Estimating of Premorbid Intelligence, both with a note under the direction of Dr. Débora Burin. In 2013, she underwent neuropsychological rehabilitation training at the Oliver Zangwill Center in Great Britain. She has published scientific articles in national and international journals and has served as a reviewer in several national and international neuropsychology journals. She is the author of the book Las Demencias and Neuropsicología del Dibujo. Since 2007 she has been co-director of the Department of Neuropsychology at the Institute of Neurosciences of the Favaloro Foundation and is Director of the degree and postgraduate course in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation at the Favaloro University. She is part of the Department of Neuropsychology and Cognitive Rehabilitation of the Institute of Cognitive Neurosciences (INECO) in tasks related to the adult clinic and is part of the Research Laboratory in Neuropsychology of INECO (LNPS).