Todd Stull, M.D., works for the University of California-Riverside where he is the director of the sports psychiatry fellowship program. Dr Stull has served on several NCAA workgroups including mental health, sleep, sports wagering, diversity, gender, and pain. He is the President of the International Society for Sports Psychiatry. He was one of 27 individuals on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) review the available scientific literature regarding mental health symptoms and disorders that led to the development of the IOC consensus statement on mental health in elite athletes. He is an editor of the International Society for Sports Psychiatry Manuel. Dr Stull was recently named by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee to serve as at mental health officer for the Tokyo Games in 2021.