Daniela Pinter is currently working in the Research Group for “Neuronal Plasticity and Repair” and as a lecturer for the Department of biological psychology at the university Graz. For her PhD studies she was involved in a research project to assess the effects of a spelling training in spelling impairment, by means of functional MRI and DTI. Her long-standing aim is to be actively involved in neuroscientific and neurosychological research. She believes research on neuronal plasticity is strongly needed in future, considering related research topics such as learning, stroke and healthy aging. She is interested in projects which examine intervention and related changes in the brain, rehabilitation after stroke and healthy aging, at the neuropsychological level, as well as possibilities of application at the service of society well-being and sustainable development.