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Andrés Navarro Romance


A psychologist specializing in neuropsychology. He currently works as an associate professor at the Open University of Catalonia, as coordinator of socio-health projects and as a disseminator. He has written several research articles, participated in national and international congresses, directed social and family support centers, worked as a clinical psychologist, collaborated in projects to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis in children and young people, and has written and edited articles on health and psychology.

About the author

Graduated in Psychology with a specialty in Cognitive Science from the Complutense University of Madrid and the University of Western Sydney (2006). He has a Master's Degree in Cognitive Neuropsychology from the UCM (2008) and a postgraduate degree in Applied Neuroscience from the University of Malaga (2015). In addition, he has a Master's Degree in Social Center Management approved in the Community of Madrid (2017).

He has written several articles in online publications and participated in radio programs on rare diseases. In addition, he has collaborated on research projects with the Carlos III Health Institute, drafted official documents for the Antonio Nebrija University, worked at the UCM and the UAM as an associate professor of practices, and participated in university round tables as a speaker. He currently publishes content in English for the ForeverYoung platform.

He has extensive clinical experience in both health psychology and neuropsychology, with all age groups and pathologies -including brain damage- in clinics, hospitals, foundations, and associations. He has also worked in the field of human resources as an assistant director and as coordinator of social and health projects abroad.

His interest today is focused on a national project for the development of action protocols for multiple sclerosis in children and adolescents in collaboration with the Madrid Foundation Against Multiple Sclerosis (FEMM ) and the Niño Jesús Hospital.

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