Antonio Benítez-Burraco’s research focuses on the biological foundations of the language faculty, the biolinguistic agenda, and the evolution of language. He has extensively published on genes involved in the regulation of the neural substrate of language. He is also interested in evolutionary processes responsible for the emergence of language in modern humans. He has conducted as well research on language deficits in people afected by developmental disorders (Parkinson disease, Williams syndrome). He has intermittently published on Polish and Russian literature and has also compiled anthologies of Polish poets Jan Twardowski, Jerzy Liebert, Stanislaw Baranczak, Ewa Lipska, and Józef Baran. He has translated from English into Spanish different reference books on Linguistics and literature.