David Díaz López is the Associated Professor at the University of Salamanca. He carries out his research activity at the Institute for Neuroscience of Castile and Leon. His lines of research are focused on the study of impairments of the central nervous system, the cell therapy through stem cell transplantation, and the relationship between immune and nervous systems. He has won several academic and research awards such as the National Award for University Studies, the Extraordinary Degree and Doctorate Awards, the Royal Academy of Doctors of Spain Award, the FOLTRA Award, or the Olympus Award. He has carried out research stays in Germany (Helmholtz Zentrum München) and France (Institut Pasteur and Hôpital Paul Brousse). Likewise, it considers scientific dissemination as the best way to bring science closer to society. In this sense, he is the author of dissemination books and articles, and participates in a multitude of activities for this purpose: outreach blogs, practical workshops, events in schools and institutes, the Pint of Science festival, TEDx talks, etc.