Roser Bono-Cabré is professor in the Department of Social Psychology and Quantitative Psychology (Faculty of Psychology) at the University of Barcelona, where she has completed three officially approved six-year research terms and four officially approved five-year teaching terms. She teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses on research design. Her main line of research concerns the use of Monte Carlo simulation to study of techniques for analysing longitudinal data, as well as how these techniques may be applied in the health and social sciences. She has participated in numerous competitive R+D+I projects, in three of which she was the principal investigator, and has also coordinated four teaching innovation projects. She has published several papers in international scientific journals like Behavior Research Methods, British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, Methodology: European Journal of Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, International Journal of Educational Research, etc. She has participated in numerous international congresses. She is currently leading a competitive research project and coordinating a consolidated group working on teaching innovation. She is also on the staff of the Institute of Neurosciencies at the University of Barcelona, and she is member of Spanish and European Association of Methodology.