AdriÃƒÂ¡n Poblano, MD, MSc, DSc Born March 5th, 1960, in Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico. Father Juan Poblano-Serralde B. in Sc., D. in Ed.; Mother Jovita Luna-Abad, B. in Sc., D. in Ed. Sons: RomaÂ¡n JuaÂ¡n (1987), Adriana (1989). Studied M.D. (1977-82), M. in Sc. (1985-90), and D. in Sc. (1995-2003) at Metropolitan University in Mexico City. He received a specialization training in Clinical Neurophysiology at National Institute of Communication Disorders in Mexico City (1995-97). He worked as head researcher at the National Institute of Communication Disorders (1986-2000) and at National Institute of Perinatology (1993-2004). Nowadays, he is investigator at National Institute of Rehabilitation (2001-), and at the Clinic of Sleep Disorders, School of Medicine at the National University of Mexico (2004-). He is National Investigator of the National Council of Science and Technology of Mexico. Received the Aaron Saenz Award of the National Academy of Pediatrics of Mexico (2002), and GEN Award for the best research in defects at birth in Mexico from GEN-Group (2004). He edited two books in Spanish: Audiology (2003), and Early identification of infants with perinatal brain injury (2003). He is professor at National University of Mexico, Metropolitan University, and at the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis. As investigator, his main points of interests are: Neurobiology of learning disabilities, Early identification of perinatal neurological brain damage, and Neurotoxicologic effects of thinner abuse. His work is aimed to identify new approaches in diagnoses, methods, and treatments. Moreover he works as clinician in the field of neurophysiology in the private practice and in the above quoted government institutions.