Ulrik Röijezon, PT, BSc, MSc, PhD, Associate Professor at Div. of Physiotherapy, Dept. of Health Sciences, Luleå University of Technology (LTU), Luleå, Sweden. Ulrik Röijezon has published several recent studies and book chapters on assessments and training of sensorimotor control with specific focus on proprioception in musculoskeletal disorders (MSD), e.g., (1,2). He is a frequent invited speaker at national and international conferences. Clinical background includes physiotherapist at primary health care, occupational health unit and a rehab center for chronic MSD. Current position as associate professor includes teaching motor control and learning, assessment and rehabilitation of MSD and supervision at all levels. Research focus on motor control and learning in MSD, but also relation to aging, fear of falling and related health conditions. He is head of the movement science lab at LTU and is dedicated to take the lab to the clinic, 1. Röijezon U, Faleij R, Karvelis P, Georgoulas G, Nikolakopoulos G 2017, ‘A new clinical test for sensorimotor function of the hand – development and preliminary validation’. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 18:407. 2. Röijezon, U, Clark, NC & Treleaven, J 2015, 'Proprioception in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation: Part 1: Basic Science and Principles of Assessment and Clinical Interventions' Manual Therapy, 20.3:368–377.