Internationally recognized for his research and leadership in exercise-heat stress and physiological strain, hydration challenges in sport, youth athletic health, and sport concussion, Dr. Bergeron is a Fellow and past Trustee of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). In addition to serving on the Academic Advisory Board for the International Olympic Committee post-graduate Diploma Program in Sports Medicine, he continues to work with many other sport governing bodies and associations, as well as in additional leadership roles in developing consensus statements, guidelines, and education for the IOC. Dr. Bergeron co-chaired and is the lead author on the 2015 IOC Consensus on Youth Athletic Development and the 2012 IOC Consensus on Thermoregulatory and Altitude Challenges for High-level Athletes. Dr. Bergeron has worked with numerous youth, collegiate, and professional athletes on safely and sustainably enhancing athletic capacity and resilience by providing individualized and sport-specific training and nutrition/hydration guidance, with an emphasis on preparation, competition, and recovery strategies to avoid exertional heat illness and muscle cramping, mitigate injury risk, and optimize health and performance. He has also published extensively and has been featured broadly by the media on the practical application of these and other timely topics in Sport and health. His consultant/advisory experience in professional sports includes the National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Soccer (MLS), National Football League (NFL), National Hockey League (NHL), Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), International Tennis Federation (ITF), Professional Golf Association (PGA), and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). Dr. Bergeron’s recent focus is on applying artificial intelligence/machine learning and predictive modeling in a complex systems approach to athletic, hydration, and overall health, including age-related changes in cognition.