San Diego State University students and faculty from a range of research disciplines presented their latest findings in November 2016 in San Diego at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. The meeting is the largest neuroscience-focused conference in the world with more than 30,000 in attendance. From the School of Exercise and Nutritional Sciences, Dr. Harsimran ‘Sim” Baweja, SDSU Director of Neuromechanics and Neuroplasticity Laboratory, and Dr. Dan Goble mentored five students on their research. Selena Mae, Christina Frenchik, Carly Graff, Mathis Burke and Jyotika Erran showcased their research on topics such as balance deficit and stroke; balance deficit and Parkinson’s disease; balance issues in concussed athletes; and balance about dual-tasking in older adults. They revealed the baseline balance data on 6,500 athletes between the ages of 10 and 25. Dr. Baweja also worked with other faculty members with several of these researches.