Oliver Müller is “profesor principal” in the Program of Psychology, teaching in the áreas of basic psychological processes and fundamentals of psychology. He is member of the research group Studies in Behavioral Sciences, working in the line of investigation on basic research in behavioral studies, having as his main interests cognitive neuroscience and psycholinguistics. In 2021, he assumed the role as director of the journal Avances en Psicologia Latinoamericana. He is co-author of several articles in international journals about investigations of the cognitive processes of reading in bilingual persona and schoolchildren, and of writing. He co-coordinated the researcher node in basic psychological processes of the Colombian Association of Faculties of Psychology (ASCOFAPSI) during the 2019-2020 period. He received the prize for teaching excellence “Juan Agustín Uricoechea y Navarro' at Rosario University.