Natalia Ogonowski is a neurogeneticist interested in understanding the effect the genetic variants can have on brain physiology, behavior, and cognition, and how this is related to neurodegenerative disease progression and development. She is Ph.D. in Biomedicine from the National University of Buenos Aires (Argentina). Natalia has been working on several experimental projects about gene editing, breast cancer metastasis, cardiovascular and endocrinological physiology, biomarkers for congenital cardiopathy, pharmacology and toxicology, cytogenetic techniques (M-FISH, M-BAND, aCGH), molecular techniques. Currently, she is a postdoctoral researcher at the BrainLat Center. She is also a Professor of Clinical Cytogenetics from the Austral University Hospital (Argentina).