He graduated as a Psychologist with a diploma of honor at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in 2003. He then continued his training in cognitive psychotherapy and has pursued postgraduate courses in research design and data analysis, including the Statistics for Health Sciences of the Faculty of Exact and Natural Sciences of the UBA. In 2009 he obtained a Permanent Formation grant from the Carolina Foundation, performing a rotation by the Department of Research Methodology of the Faculty of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Madrid. In 2013 he obtained his doctorate after defending his thesis on the cognitive profile of adult subjects with ADHD of high academic-labor functioning.
Since 2006 he has been a psychotherapist at INECO and since 2014 as Coordinator of the Continuing Education Program of the INECO Foundation. Also, in 2006 he began his activity in the Institute of Neurosciences of the Favaloro Foundation.
He began his teaching career in 2004 at the Faculty of Psychology of the UBA, where he is the Head of Practical Statistics.
In 2008 he was appointed Full Professor of Experimental Psychology at the Psychology Career at Favaloro University. He is currently Secretary of Postgraduate, Coordinator of the Psychology Career and Professor of Methodology of Psychological Research and Applied Statistics to Psychology.
He has published 18 papers in refereed journals in the areas of psychopathology, cognitive psychotherapy, neuropsychology and forensic psychology. He is currently focused on investigating cognitive models and the efficacy of ADHD treatments in adults. In 2014 he received the “Nerio Rojas” award for best work in Legal Psychiatry at the International Congress of the AAP and was distinguished as a distinguished academic of the first International Symposium organized by the National University of Concepción, Paraguay.