Tomás Ortiz Alonso is PhD in Medicine and Psychology. Professor at the Department of Psychiatry of the Medicine School, Complutense University of Madrid. He has been teaching for more than 30 years in topics related to Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuropsychology, Medical Psychology or Psychiatry. He has supervised 26 doctoral theses on these areas of knowledge. His scientific interests are the study of the brain, particularly in the field of cognitive neuroscience and the study of the neurophysiological bases of cognitive functioning and alterations. He has published more than 200 national and international works in impact scientific journals. He is currently immersed in a tactile vision project that has already demonstrated the effectiveness of repetitive tactile stimulation in blind people, and opens a new frontier for the study of cerebral neuroplasticity as well as in another project of Neuropedagogy (HERAT neuroeducational project), which takes place in 30 schools with more than 4,000 children and that aims to improve brain activity prior to the school learning process. On this field he has also published several articles and a book (Neuroscience and Education, Alianza Editorial, 2010). These studies open an important field in the field of school learning and pedagogy.