Professor Dr Marios Constantinou graduated from the University at Albany, State University of New York, with a PhD in Clinical Psychology and specialization in clinical and forensic pediatric neuropsychology. He has been a faculty member at the University of Nicosia since 2004. There he served as the Dean of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Law from 2012 to 2016. He has been a member or chair of several EU committees involved with the rights of children and adults with disabilities, neuropsychology, learning disabilities, and other related areas. His research interests revolve around pediatric neurodevelopmental disorders and their assessment and treatment and forensic neuropsychology. He directed the initial development of a national neurodevelopmental center for autism and other disorders and the development of a national disability plan in Cyprus in 2016. In the same year he represented Cyprus to the U.N. for the implementation of the Rights of People with Disabilities in Cyprus. In the last few years, he is also being involved in the psychometric assessment of public employees. Apart from more than 100 presentations as a speaker or an invited or keynote speaker, he published more than 40 scientific documents and two books, one of which, “Neuropsychology and Learning Disorders”, has been the main book in several classes teaching neuropsychology and/or learning disabilities courses in Greek Universities. Professor Dr Constantinou is an active clinician, whose expertise is often requested, outside of Cyprus, in Europe and the USA.