Anna Guillen-Sola’s work focuses on translational research in neurological rehabilitation, particularly in the dysphagia field. She has a more than 15 years of experience in neurogenic dysphagia and stroke. Her research basically focuses on dysphagia in the stroke population, how to perform a good diagnostic and new techniques to treat swallowing disturbances. In the Neuromuscular field, the collaboration in two projects can be highlighted: 1) to identify clinical biomarkers of bulbar dysfunction in ALS patients and 2) to evaluate muscle training for the management of dysphagia in patients with myasthenia gravis and mitochondrial myopathy. She has also participated as a co-Investigator on a few funded grants for research in stroke patients. Her other fields of interest are neuromuscular diseases, head and neck cancer patients, and sarcopenia. In addition, she has successfully collaborated with other researchers, and contributed to several peer-reviewed publications.