Eleni Margioti is a Clinical Neuropsychologist and a PhD student in Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece and she is awarded with a scholarship from the A.G. Leventis Foundation. She holds a BSc in Psychology from National and Kapodistrian University, Athens, Greece and a Master in Clinical Neuropsychology, joint program from the Medical School of the National and Kapodistrian University, Athens, Greece with the University of Texas, Health Science Center, U.S.A. During her studies she received an undergraduate and postgraduate scholarship from the Athens University Scholarships and Awards section. She works in the Athens Alzheimer’s Association since 2007 and she coordinates a Dementia Day Care Center in Maroussi since 2012. At the same time, she works privately as a Clinical Neuropsychologist applying neuropsychological assessments and cognitive rehabilitation programs for people with memory problems and dementia. She has also been teaching in private colleges in Greece since 2013. Additionally, she participates in research programs (Long Lasting Memories, Epidemiological study of dementia in Greece – HELIAD) in collaboration with the A’ Neurological Clinic of Eginition Hospital from 2009 until today. Her clinical and research interests focus on neurodegenerative brain diseases, risk factors and prevention strategies for dementia. She is licensed to practice psychology and she is a member of the Board of the Greek Neuropsychological Society.