NataliaSzejko is a neurologist working in the Medical University of Warsaw. Hermain focuses of clinical and scientific interest are tics, Gilles de laTourette syndrome (GTS), movement disorders and neuropsychiatry. She graduated fromMedical University of Warsaw where she also completed her ScD dedicated toclinical phenomenology of tics in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (GTS). She isalso finishing her residency in Neurology in Department of Neurology, MedicalUniversity of Warsaw. In parallel, she also has graduated from the Universityof Warsaw, where she was granted B.A., M.A. and PhD in Spanish Philology. Shehas been awarded a number of scholarships and prizes that enabled internationalcollaboration with the Clinic of Psychiatry and Socialpsychiatry andPsychotherapy, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany; Department ofNeurology, Ramon and Cajal Hospital, Madrid, Spain; Department of Neurology, MedicalUniversity of Innsbruck, Austria; Child Study Center and Department ofNeurology at the Yale University, USA and Institute of Psychiatry in Sao Paulo,Brazil. She has also been working as a Postdoctoral Associate in Department ofNeurology, Yale School of Medicine, USA in years 2020-2021. She is co-author ofmore than 30 publications about tics and GTS. She received the followingawards: nomination for Adam Rojszczak Scientific Award by Foundation for PolishScience, Scientific Award by Journal “Polityka”, Research Fellowship by theKosciuszko Foundation, Clinical Fellowship by European Academy of Neurology andJoint Fellowship by European Huntington’s Disease Network and MovementDisorders Society.