Dr. Luis Miguel García-Moreno

Dr. Luis Miguel García-Moreno, Doctor in Psychology (Psychobiology), Professor of Psychobiology, Coordinator of the Departmental Unit of Psychobiology and Methodology in Behavioral Sciences of the Faculty of Education of the Complutense University of Madrid and Academic Director of the Master’s Degree in Neuroeducation of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). He is the director of the Research Group in Neuroeducation and Development of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). His teaching experience covers the different subjects related to the area of Psychobiology and are taught in the Faculty of Education of the UCM in undergraduate and graduate degrees. Likewise, he has directed numerous thesis projects, master thesis projects and participates in the Education Doctorate Program of the Complutense University of Madrid, as a tutor and thesis director, in the research line of Cognitive Neuroscience, psychopathology and curriculum in the framework of inclusive education and attention to diversity. He has directed three doctoral theses related to the effects of alcohol consumption in adolescence, and a fourth one dealing with the effects of cognitive stimulation on aging.

The lines of research that he is currently developing are related to alcohol consumption in adolescence, the development of executive functioning under normal and altered conditions, and neuropsychological typing in Duchenne and Becker Muscular Dystrophy (DMD and BMD) in childhood and adulthood. He has participated and continues to do so as principal investigator in several competitive national and European research projects related to DMD and BMD or to alcohol consumption and executive functions in adolescents and young adults.

He has published more than twenty publications in journals of impact such as Neuroscience letters, Alcohol, Frontiers in psychology, Journal of psychopharmacology or Addiction biology. He has participated in numerous communications to national and international congresses.

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