Júlia Ballester Plané
The researcher Júlia Ballester graduated in Psychology in 2011 from the University of Barcelona and obtained her Ph.D. degree in Medicine and Translational Research from the University of Barcelona in 2018. In 2012 he completed the Master's degree in Neurosciences from the University of Barcelona and she is currently completing the Master's Degree in Pre-care and Family from the Ramón Llull University.
During the year 2016 she undertook a research doctorate in the Dutch Connectome Lab from the Brain Center Rudolf Magnus of the University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands.
Since 2018 she has been an Associate Professor at the University of Barcelona.
She currently works in Carrilet Treatment Center as a psychologist developing neuropsychological evaluation and intervention tasks
- García-Galant M, Blasco M, Reid L, Pannek K, Leiva D, Laporta O, Ballester J, Miralbell J, Caldu X, Xenia Alonso, Toro-Tamargo E, Meléndez-Plumed M, Gimeno F, Coronas M, Soro-Camats E, Boyd R and Pueyo R Study protocol of a randomized controlled trial of home-based computerized executive function training for children with cerebral palsy. BMC PEDIATRICS . 20(1): 9-9.
- Laporta O, Ballester J, Leiva D, Ribas T, Miralbell J, Torroja-Nualart C, MARIA EUGENIA RUSSI DELFRARO, Toro-Tamargo E, Meléndez-Plumed M, Gimeno F, Alfons Macaya and Pueyo R Executive function and general intellectual functioning in dyskinetic cerebral palsy: Comparison with spastic cerebral palsy and typically developing controls. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY . 23(4): 546-559.
- Laporta-Hoyos O, Fiori S, Pannek K, Ballester J, Leiva D, Reid LB, Pagnozzi AM, Vázquez E, Delgado I, Macaya I, Pueyo R and Boyd RN Brain lesion scores obtained using a simple semi-quantitative scale from MR imaging are associated with motor function, communication and cognition in dyskinetic cerebral palsy NEUROIMAGE-CLINICAL . 19: 892-900.