Michael Eric Cinelli (PhD), Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Phys. Ed. at Wilfrid Laurier University. I have been studying changes in balance control and cognitive processing in university-aged student athletes’ following a concussion. My concussion-based research is primarily focused on the perceptual and cognitive factors that affect the control of balance (static and dynamic) as well as measuring and understanding the changes in the dynamic control of locomotion in cluttered environments. More recently my research has been focused on understanding the duration of visuomotor deficits following the resolution of concussion symptoms and the persistence of collision avoidance decision making impairments following a sport-induced concussion. I hope that the findings from my research will provide insights into understanding how the brain processes sensory information and executes skilled behaviours following a concussion in functionally-relevant situations in order for clinicians to make informed return to sport decisions.