|Position:||University of Nebraska Athletics|
|Other Position:||Senior Associate AD - Performance|
Dr. Todd Stull rejoined the athletic department in December of 2016 as the Director of Strategic Collaboration, Mental Performance & Research. He was promoted to Senior Associate AD - Performance in March of 2018. In his current role, Stull oversees sports psychology, nutrition, strength and conditioning, drug education and screening, the Nebraska Athletic Performance Lab (NAPL), analytics and is the liaison to UNL's Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior (CB3).
Stull had previously served as Nebraska's director of sports psychology and as a consulting sport psychiatrist for both the Nebraska and Creighton athletic departments.
Stull is the founder of Inside Performance Mindroom, an innovative service-based company that seeks to bring out an athlete's peak performance through psychiatry and the latest sport science training available. As a performance psychiatrist, Stull has worked with athletes, corporate executives and physicians to identify and address psychological, interpersonal and wellness needs through mental skills training.
A graduate of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Stull is a board certified psychiatrist in Addiction Medicine as well as General and Addiction Psychiatry. He is a professional member of the American Psychiatric Association, the Association of Applied Sports Psychology and the International Society of Sports Psychiatry. Stull is also a member of the NCAA Mental Health Task Force.
Before attending medical school, Stull earned his bachelor's degree from Hastings College, where he was a quarterback on the Broncos' football team.