|Position:||University of Nebraska Athletics|
|Other Position:||Director of Strategic Collaboration, Mental Performance & Research|
Dr. Todd Stull rejoined the athletic department in December of 2016 as the Director of Strategic Collaboration, Mental Performance & Research. Stull had previoulsy 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.