Dr. Ioannis Mavroudis is a consultant neurologist and Senior Lecturer in Neurology at the University of Leeds, UK. He has extensive research, clinical, and medicolegal experience in functional neurological disorders, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and post-concussion syndrome (PCS). His contributions to these fields have been invaluable, combining clinical acumen, academic prowess, and a deep understanding of the underlying neuroanatomy and pathology. Dr. Mavroudis has gained recognition for his rigorous research in neuropathology, leveraging innovative techniques such as the Golgi method to shed light on central nervous system disorders. His list of published works spans a wide spectrum of topics, including Alzheimer\'s disease, dendritic alterations, and synaptic pathology. Dr. Mavroudis\' research has led to pivotal breakthroughs in understanding PCS and TBI. His publication, \'Functional Overlay Model of Persistent Post-Concussion Syndrome,\' serves as a testament to his dedicated focus in these areas, establishing a new understanding of PCS and its enduring effects. He has authored significant works to promote public understanding and clinical advancement in the field of concussion, such as Concussion: A Patient’s Guide to Understanding and Coping (2023) and Concussion - State of the Art (2023). As the academic editor of the latter, Dr. Mavroudis exhibits his commitment to disseminating knowledge and advancing the medical community\'s grasp of concussion and its aftermath. Dr. Mavroudis has an MD as well as degrees in criminology, forensic medicine, and computing. He also has a Ph.D. in Neuromorphic Computing and Neuronal Morphology. He is a credentialed consultant in concussion management and prevention. He is trained in diagnostic neuropathology, neurophysiology, and psychiatry. He is currently the lead of the Concussion Clinic and the co-director of the Functional Neurological Disorders Clinic. His dedicated exploration of functional neurological disorders and mild traumatic brain injuries, reflected in his clinical work and research endeavors, underscores his comprehensive approach to understanding, diagnosing, and managing these complex conditions.