Dr. Mihaly Kis is a neurosurgeon with Trillium Health Partners based in Mississauga, Ontario. He graduated Magna Cum Lauda with a BSc in Anatomy and Cell Biology from McGill University in 2000, before completing his MD at Queen’s University in 2004. Dr. Kis then specialized in Neurosurgery at Dalhousie University from 2004-2010, and a sub-specialty in pituitary microsurgery from 2010-2011. Dr. Kis is now a staff neurosurgeon at Trillium Health Partners, and their Surgical Director of the Neuropituitary program. He is also neurosurgery lecturer at the University of Toronto. He has been focused on concussion for many years and holds international patents for a revolutionary helmet testing device designed for concussion prevention. Dr. Kis is an expert reviewer for the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, and has multiple peer reviewed publications in the field of concussion prevention and sports helmet safety testing. He is a frequent presentor at national neurosurgical conferences on the topic of helmet testing, concussion prevention and remote presence robotics.