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Yaneth Agudelo Rodriguez Ph.D., holds a Bachelor's in Psychology from the National University of Colombia, a Master's in Neuropsychology from the National University of  Mexico, and a Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from the Metropolitan University in D.F., Mexico. She is currently the Head of the Department of Neuropsychology at the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery MVS, D.F., Mexico. She is also a Researcher for the National System of Researchers.

Dharma Cortés, Ph.D., is an Instructor at Cambridge Health Alliance. She has conducted extensive research with Latinos in the United States. Her work focuses on the study of culture and mental and physical health, combining qualitative and quantitative methodology. She has developed health educational materials for Spanish-speaking Latinos. Dr. Cortés has made major contributions to the understanding of the process of acculturation among Latinos in the United States.

Claudia Diaz Olavarrieta Ph.D.,  is a senior researcher at the National Institute of Public Health of Mexico, holds a BA in Experimental Psychology from the University of Toronto, a masters degree in clinical psychology and a PhD in health sciences from the School of Medicine at the National Autonomous University in México (UNAM). She is currently a senior researcher at the Research Center for Health Population, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico City, Mexico. Before joining the National Institute of Public Health she worked for 13 years at the National Institute of Neurology of Mexico. Her interests in the field of aging include the following projects: Brain Disorders in the Developing World. Research across the Lifespan. National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Center Grant 1R21TW06786-01. She is the CO-PI with Gustavo Roman, MD, Department of Medicine. Division of Neurology - at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Health Sciences Center.  

Noelle M. Downing, M.A., B.S.,  is a health education and communications specialist with Environment and Health Group, Inc. She served as the Director of Education for the Positive Aging Resource Center at Brigham and Women's Hospital and her current work focuses on the creation of online health education materials, qualitative research, and project management. She is trained in health education, social marketing, and health behavior theory.

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