Boccia Canada Staff

Thomas Romeas

  • Role: Neuroscientist and Skill Acquisition Specialist

Thomas Romeas leads the Research and Innovation at the Institut national du sport du Québec, a national Olympic and Paralympic training center. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Université de Montréal. After obtaining his Ph.D. in Vision Neurosciences from the School of Optometry at Université de Montréal, Thomas further developed his expertise by completing a post-doctoral fellowship with the Department of Software Engineering and IT at the École de technologie supérieure and CF Montréal Academy. As a performance scientist, Thomas specializes in skill acquisition, cognition, vision, and psychology. His primary focus lies in skill assessment and training, perceptual-motor abilities, cognitive psychology, mental performance, concussions, and the application of extended reality and eye tracking technologies. He provides consultation and collaborates with elite athletes and professional, Olympic, and Paralympic sports organizations to optimize human performance. Thomas actively engages in research endeavors to drive innovation, inform his professional practice, and advance knowledge, particularly in high-performance sports.