Prof Carrick is a Professor of Neurology and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Mental Health Research in association with the University of Cambridge, UK. He is also Professor of Neurology at the University of Florida College of Medicine and Adjunct Professor at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Institute. He has attended high profile professionals, Olympians and collegiate athletes from around the globe that have suffered brain injury for over 4 decades. His work has been featured on Prime Time Television and in major journals and newspapers. He has developed novel treatment paradigms that have been incorporated in the daily practice of health care practitioners around the world. He is a graduate of CMCC in Toronto and is board certified in neurology with fellowship certification in Traumatic Brain Injury, Vestibular Rehabilitation and EEG. He has a PhD degree from Walden University and his dissertation focused on the Neurophysiological Implications in Learning. He holds a Master of Science degree in Health Professions Education from the Harvard Macy/MGH Institutes and was a global clinical scholar at Harvard Medical School. He serves as the Dean of Education at the Carrick Institute and his published research is indexed in PubMed/US National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health.