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EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCE We are Exercising Science Solutions for Public Impact #EXSSImpact

Taking Measure of Our

IMPACT 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT


Exercise & Sport Science

Sport Administration

Exercise Physiology

Athletic Training

IMPACT

Our Strategic Plan MISSION

We discover and promote knowledge of human movement to improve quality of life.

VALUES

ASCEND Driven à Lead the way Novel à Our approach Excellence à Research & Teaching Collaborative à How we work Service Oriented à Students, Campus, Society Aligned à Mission, Vision, Goals, Objectives, Priorities

VISION

We will transform society by developing leaders and translating scientific knowledge into practical applications. “Exercising Science Solutions for Public Impact”

GOAL

Increase our Public Impact

Research Impact

é Public Impact of EXSS Awareness & Engagement

Academic Achievement


Exercise & Sport Science

Objective:

Sport Administration

Exercise Physiology

Athletic Training

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Increase external funding to support EXSS research. Priorities A.  Increase the number of tenure-track faculty who annually submit for external research funding as PI to 80% B.  Increase the number of faculty who are externally funded on an annual basis as PI to 40% C.  Increase annual external research funding awarded to EXSS faculty as PI or administered by the EXSS Department to $800,000 D.  Implement grant writing support / review program E.  Increase number of faculty with a history of, or potential for, external funding

Objective:

Ensure that EXSS and outside community members understand our mission, vision and goal. Priorities A.  Develop and promote the EXSS brand and impact story i. 

Monthly website updates to promote EXSS Impact

ii.  Regular social media promotion of EXSS Impact iii.  Annual newsletter B.  Better inform of EXSS faculty / student contributions and impact i.  Develop informational videos highlighting EXSS faculty, research laboratories and students ii.  Implement an EXSS Impact lecture series Objective:

Maintain a high-level of academic quality in all academic programs and be the role model for our peers. Priorities A.  >90% of undergraduate and graduate students agree or strongly agree they received an excellent educational experience based on exit survey data B.  100% of undergraduate and graduate students are able to enroll in all required courses to complete their degree requirements on time C.  Track job placement of undergraduate and graduate students D.  Track graduate program placement of undergraduate and graduate students E.  Offer a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science


Strategic Plan Update: Summary of Progress from 2013 to 2016

IMPACT

Sport Administration

Exercise & Sport Science

Exercise Physiology

Fitness Professional

Athletic Training

Exit Survey (% Agree / Strongly Agree)

Maintaining Our Foundation We are focused on increasing our public impact by achieving 3 primary objecHves: 1)  Maintain academic excellence 2)  Increase external funding for research 3)  Ensure our mission, vision, goal, and impact is understood by all stakeholders We have made progress towards meeHng our objecHves since implemenHng our strategic plan: 1.  Student’s report receiving an excellent educaHon 2.  On Hme graduaHon rates remain high 3.  DisseminaHon of research remains high

On Time Gradua<on Rate (%)

Well Prepared (Grad) Overall (UG) FoundaHon (UG) Opportunity (UG) Knowledge (UG) 0

20

40

60

80

100

Our students feel they are well prepared, receive excellent knowledge and opportunity, and have a solid founda9on.

Faculty Publica<ons & Presenta<ons (#)

Grad Total

Invited Speaker Pres.

SA (Grad) EP (Grad)

Sr / Co Author Pub.

AT (Grad) 1st Author Pub.

UG Total 0

20

40

60

80

Over 90% of our students earn their degrees on 9me (BA = 4 years; MA = 2 years)

2014-15

2015-16

307 285

250

235

200 2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

30% increase in BA graduates since 2014 89% increase in BA graduates since 2006 (10 years)

Total Amount of New Awards ($) 4,000,000

3,696,590

3,000,000

0

20

40

60

80

100

2013-14

We conHnue significant growth in key areas: •  4th largest undergraduate major in College of A&S •  Revised undergraduate curriculum implemented in 2016 •  Largest number of graduate students (MA and PhD) mentored by EXSS faculty •  Highest total and average amount of new grant awards •  Increased faculty engagement in high impact and experienHal learning opportuniHes for UG students •  85 students mentored by EXSS faculty in 2015-16 •  95% of EXSS faculty implement high impact and/or experienHal learning acHviHes Average Amount of New Awards ($) 284,353

300,000

2,716,040 200,000 135,802

2,000,000 1,000,000

100,000

961,200

0 2013-14

2014-15

120

Our faculty maintain a strong commitment to conduc9ng and dissemina9ng new research that impacts society

Ascending to New Heights

BA Graduates (#) 350

300

100

2015-16

73,938

0 2013-14

2014-15

Amount of funding for new grant awards and the average amount of new awards have nearly tripled (é2.8x) since 2013-14

2015-16


Exercise & Sport Science

Sport Administration

Exercise Physiology

Athletic Training

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EXSS Impact Metrics 2013-2016 – Academics Undergraduate and Graduate Degree Recipients # Graduates 13-14 14-15 15-16 Bachelors Masters

235 28

285 25

307 24

89% increase in number of BA graduates over last 10 years

On-Time GraduaAon Rates for Undergraduate and Graduate Students Efficiency 13-14 UG 4yr Rate 95 Masters 2yr Rate AT 90 EP 88 SA 89 Total 89

14-15 94 100 100 89 96

15-16 88 70 100 100 89

First Time Pass Rates on Comprehensive Exams for Graduate Students Area - Comps AT EP SA Total

13-14 40 63 100 67

14-15 100 71 100 92

15-16 70 25 100 67

Stats - Comps AT EP SA Total

13-14 90 100 100 96

14-15 100 71 100 92

Student EvaluaAons of EXSS Courses Course EvaluaAons Global Index Course Instructor CharacterisNcs Overall Course Assessment Teaching Award RecommendaNon Feedback to Students

13-14

14-15 4.05 4.07 4.19 3.68 4.27

15-16 4.00 4.02 4.12 3.62 4.22

Student EvaluaAons of their EXSS Experience Exit Survey Responses Knowledge (UG) Opportunity (UG) FoundaNon (UG) Overall Experience (UG) Well Prepared (Grad)

13-14 88 71 81 93 86

14-15 94 80 82 8.3 96

15-16 94 81 87 8.2 96

15-16 70 88 100 85


Exercise & Sport Science

Sport Administration

Exercise Physiology

Athletic Training

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EXSS Impact Metrics 2013-2016 – Research Funding & Dissemination Research Grant Submissions and Funding Funding Total New Grant Awards (PI) Average New Grant Awards (PI) Total Annual AcNve Grant Awards (PI) Grants SubmiZed (Co-I) Grants Funded (Co-I) % Submi]ng Grants (80%) % Securing Grants (40%) GDP MeeNngs GDP reviewed proposals ·Scored ·Funded ·Resubmission invited

13-14 961,200 73,938 215,800 58 (total) 25 (total) 60% 45%

14-15 2,716,040 135,802 792,000 41 (total) 23 (total) 57% 52% 5 6 6 2 3

15-16 3,696,590 284,353 1,750,100 33 (23) 16 (8) 65% 45% 2 2 1

Funds received from external grants have nearly tripled Inter-disciplinary research within EXSS is increasing DisseminaAon of research findings remains high Presenta<ons Invited Speaker Free CommunicaNon

13-14 70 85

14-15 83 93

15-16 53 91

Publica<ons 13-14 14-15 15-16 1st Author 28 30 33 Sr / Co Author 99 89 109 Books / Chapters 19 32 12 On average faculty publish 1.5 first author publica<ons and 4 senior / co-author publica<ons on an annual basis


Exercise & Sport Science

Exercise Physiology

Sport Administration

Athletic Training

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EXSS Impact Metrics 2013-2016 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Communicating our EXSS Impact Faculty and Students RecogniAon for Their EXSS Impact Awards UG - University Awards Masters - Grants / Awards Faculty - Awards / Fellowships Faculty - Dept Teaching Award NominaNons

13-14 7 4 8

14-15 3 6 17

15-16 7 8 5

5

13

11

14-15 787 548 79454 30 120396

15-16 900 789 13037 28 121392

Social Media Reach Social Media Facebook Followers TwiZer Followers Blog Views Blog Posts Website Views

13-14 668 393 52086 27 159377

University and community members are increasingly informed about the EXSS Impact of our faculty and students


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers

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Teaching Quality Summary of Carolina Course Evaluations from all EXSS classes (UG and Grad) (does not include LFIT / PHYA courses)

Department of Exercise and Sport Science Summary of Carolina Course Evaluations During AY 2015-16 (n=2,711 evaluations)

1 = Strongly Disagree, 2 = Disagree, 3 = Neutral, 4 = Agree, 5 = Strongly Agree

11 faculty members nominated for EXSS Excellence in Teaching Award Congratulations to Nels Poppâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; EXSS Excellence in Teaching Award Winner


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers

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Teaching Quality Summary of Carolina Course Evaluations from all EXSS classes (UG and Grad) (does not include LFIT / PHYA courses)

Course/Instructor CharacterisAcs The course challenged me to think deeply about the subject maZer. The instructor clearly communicated what was expected of me in this class. I was able to get individual help when I needed it. The course material (e.g., coursepack, website, texts) helped me beZer understand the subject maZer. The course assignments helped me beZer understand the subject maZer. The instructor evaluated my work fairly. The instructor showed concern about whether students learned the material. The instructor expressed ideas clearly. The instructor showed enthusiasm for the subject maZer. The instructor showed enthusiasm for teaching the class. The instructor treated all students with respect. The instrucNonal techniques engaged me with the subject maZer. The instructor provided me with helpful feedback on my performace. This course was very exciNng to me intellectually. Rate the grading standards of this course compared with others you have taken at UNC. Rate the workload required in this course compared with others you have taken at UNC. 1 = Strongly Disagree 2 = Disagree 3 = Neutral 4 = Agree 5 = Strongly Agree

Average

SD

Median

4.2

0.9

4.0

4.2 4.0

0.9 1.3

4.0 4.0

3.9

1.2

4.0

4.0 4.3

1.1 0.9

4.0 4.0

4.2 4.1

0.9 1.0

4.0 4.0

4.5 4.5 4.5

0.7 0.8 0.7

5.0 5.0 5.0

4.0

1.1

4.0

3.9 3.9

1.2 1.2

4.0 4.0

3.2

0.7

3.0

3.1

0.8

3.0


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers

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Teaching Quality Summary of Carolina Course Evaluations from all EXSS classes (UG and Grad) (does not include LFIT / PHYA courses)

Overall Course Assessment

Average

SD

Median

Overall, this course was excellent.

3.8

1.1

4.0

Overall, this instructor was an eďŹ&#x20AC;ecNve teacher.

4.1

1.0

4.0

Overall, I learned a great deal from this course. The instructor held class meeNngs consistent with the oďŹ&#x192;cial schedule published for this course.

4.1

1.0

4.0

4.5

0.8

5.0

Average

SD

Median

3.6

1.1

4.0

Average

SD

Median

The instructor handled quesNons well.

4.3

0.8

4.0

The instructor used examples that had relevance for me.

4.4

0.8

5.0

The instructor used class Nme well.

4.2

0.9

4.0

The instructor encouraged students to parNcipate in this class.

4.2

1.0

4.0

This course was designed to keep me engaged in learning.

4.0

1.1

4.0

The workload was appropriate for what I gained from this class.

4.2

0.9

4.0

Teaching Award RecommendaAon The instructor was one of the best I have had at Carolina, fully deserving of a teaching award.

Feedback to Students

1 = Strongly Disagree 2 = Disagree 3 = Neutral 4 = Agree 5 = Strongly Agree


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers

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High Impact & Experiential Learning Activities for UG Students • 

>95% of EXSS faculty engaged in a high impact and/or experienNal learning acNvity for undergraduate students

• 

85 students mentored by faculty

• 

9 senior honors thesis completed

• 

9 students presented at CelebraNon of Undergraduate Research

• 

12 students completed EXSS 395 course (first Nme offered)

Incorporate High Impact Teaching Techniques (e.g. Group-Regroup, 1 Minute Essay, Flipped Classroom, etc.) •  Alain Aguilar •  Coyte Cooper •  Tony Hackney •  Erik Hanson •  Kristen Kucera •  Jason Mihalik •  Debra Murray •  Barbara Osborne •  Meredith Petschauer •  Nels Popp •  Johna Register-Mihalik •  Sherry Salyer •  Erianne Weight •  J.D. DeFreese

EXSS faculty and doctoral students mentored by EXSS faculty are engaged with many aspects of high impact and experienNal learning acNviNes with undergraduate studetns Course or Program Internship Coordinator / Mentor Development / Revision •  Becca BaZaglini •  Alain Aguilar •  Diane Groff •  Meredith Petschauer •  Erik Hanson •  Brian Pietrosimone •  Debra Murray •  Bob Malekoff •  Meredith Petschauer •  Erianne Weight •  Sherry Salyer

Research Mentor •  Claudio BaZaglini •  Troy Blackburn •  Kevin Guskiewicz •  Erik Hanson •  Kristen Kucera •  Darin Padua •  Brian Pietrosimone •  Jason Mihalik •  Nels Popp •  Johna Register-Mihalik •  Erik Wikstrom •  Gene Gerstner •  MaZhew Harkey •  Laura Stanley •  BarneZ Frank •  BriZney Luc •  Tim Mauntel •  J.D. DeFreese

Senior Honors Thesis Advisor •  Troy Blackburn •  J.D. DeFreese •  Jason Mihalik •  Darin Padua •  Brian Pietrosimone •  Nels Popp •  Bill PrenNce Senior Honors Thesis CommiTee Member •  Claudio BaZaglini •  Troy Blackburn •  Kristen Kucera •  Brian Pietrosimone •  Eric Ryan •  Erianne Weight •  Abbie Smith-Ryan


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers New Grant Awards Kristen Kucera (PI). Case Crossover Study of Factors Associated with PaNent Lin Equipment Use. NaNonal InsNtute for OccupaNonal Safety and Health (NIOSH). Johna Register-Mihalik (PI). Concussion Disclosure Behaviors, A]tudes, Norms, and Knowledge in Civilian and Military Emerging Adults: The Bank Study. NaNonal Collegiate AthleNc AssociaNon and Department of Defense. Jason Mihalik (PI) EvaluaNon of Head Impact Sensor Systems in the Lacrosse Environment. Brian Pietrosimone (PI). Improving Disability in Knee OsteoarthriNs by TargeNng Neuromuscular Deficits. NIH NaNonal InsNtute of ArthriNs and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMSD). Eric Ryan (PI). IsokineNc Strength TesNng. Industrial Physical Capability Services, Inc (IPCS). Kevin Guskiewic (PI). NCAA-DOD Grand Alliance: Concussion Assessment, Research and EducaNon (CARE) ConsorNum. NaNonal Collegiate AthleNcs AssociaNon & Department of Defense. Kristen Kucera (PI). Surveillance for Catastrophic Sport Injuries at the High School Level. NaNonal FederaNon of State High School AthleNcs AssociaNon. Jason Mihalik & Rob Lynall (PI). Tandem gait deficits following sportrelated traumaNc brain injury. American College of Sports Medicine FoundaNon (ACSM). Jason Mihalik (PI). The effect of head impact biomechanics on short- and long-term neurological status in collegiate men's and women's lacrosse and soccer players. Darin Padua & Tim Mauntel (PI). The Influence of Biomechanics on Biomarkers of Skeletal Stress During Army Cadet Basic Training. NaNonal AthleNc Trainers AssociaNon Research and EducaNon FoundaNon. Kevin Guskiewicz (PI). The NCAA-DOD Grand Alliance: Advanced Research Core. NaNonal Collegiate AthleNcs AssociaNon & Department of Defense. Jason Mihalik (PI). Tracking Neurological FuncNon in Warrior-Athletes: A MulNdisciplinary Approach. United States Army Special OperaNons Command. Troy Blackburn (PI). Vibratory sNmuli: A novel rehabilitaNon method for prevenNng post-traumaNc knee osteoarthriNs. DOD DA Army Medical Research AcquisiNon AcNvity. Tony Hackney (PI). AssociaNon REDS occurrence in East African distance runners. $76,000. Funded. IAF Track & Field. Kristen Kucera (PI). Linking Catastrophic Sport-Related FataliNes with the NaNonal Death Index. UNC Junior Faculty Development Grant. Jason Mihalik (PI). The effect of ACTIVE training on healthy and concussed parNcipants. American College of Sports Medicine Clinical Sports Medicine Endowment.

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Nels Popp (PI). Junior Faculty Development Award. SubmiZed to the University of North Carolina CommiZee on Faculty Research and Study Leaves. Total direct funding - $7,500. Nels Popp (PI). AtlanNc Coast Conference Market Research Grant. SubmiZed to the AtlanNc Coast Conference. Total direct funding - $15,000. Eric Ryan (PI). mpact of repeated bouts of shinwork on neuromuscular funcNon in firefighter personnel. NC OccupaNonal Safety and Health EducaNon and Research Center Pilot Awards (NIOSH). Erianne Weight (PI). NCAA Athlete Quality of Life Pilot Study. Junior Faculty Development Award, UNC. Erianne Weight (PI). Strategic Planning in NCAA Division I UniversiNes. Collegiate Sports Associates. Erik Wikstrom (PI). . Chronic Ankle Instability and CarNlage Health: Establishing a Biomarker for Treatment Efficacy. Junior Faculty Development Award, UNC. Abbie Smith-Ryan (PI). Acute effects of a mushroom blend on oxygen kineNcs, aerobic power and Nme to faNgue. ScivaNon, Inc. Abbie Smith-Ryan (Co-PI). GeneNc determinants on the physiological response to exercise: a sex evaluaNon. NutriNon Obesity Research Center, UNC. Abbie Smith-Ryan (PI). Breakfast meal replacement use on body composiNon and health related quality of life in overweight men and women. ScivaNon, Inc. Abbie Smith-Ryan (PI). The effects of post-exercise ingesNon of a high molecular weight glucose on performance and fuel uNlizaNon in women. Vynna/Vitargo Global Sciences.

•  New Awards = $3,696,590 (total) (Increased 2.8 times from 2013-14)

•  # Awards (EXSS PI)= 16 •  # Awards (EXSS Co-I) = 8 •  Active Awards = 29 •  # Submissions (EXSS PI) = 33 •  # Submissions (EXSS Co-I) = 23 •  Avg # Submissions per TT Faculty = 2.7


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers Faculty Awards / Recognition

Fred Mueller •  Lifesaving Research Award, Korey Stringer InsNtute Nels Popp •  Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Abbie Smith-Ryan •  Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine •  Fellow, NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon Anthony Hackney •  Huffines Sports Medicine Scholar, Huffines InsNtute for Sports Medicine and Human Performance

UG Student Awards

Sandra Hoyt •  The Patrick Earey Award, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Leslie Sierra •  Ronald HyaZ Scholarship, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Jessica Cox •  The Sessoms-Meyer Excellence in RecreaNon AdministraNon Award, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Jarrod James •  Wallace Ray Peppers Award in Performance of African and African American Literature Halie Ellinger •  Panhellenic Council Woman of the Year Award Eric Rossitch •  Sports Club Council Achievement Award Kamieo Lewis •  John Johnston Parker, Jr. Medal for Unique Leadership in Student Government

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Presented at Celebration for Undergraduate Research: Michelle Kramer DesNnee Grove Katherine Hickert Ashlyn Hill RheZ Jackson BriZany Brauer Victoria McGee Hanna Gierman Yana Ginzburg

Completed Senior Honors Thesis Andrew Allen RheZ Jackson Hanna Gierman Victoria McGee Yana Ginzburg Alyssa Drews Emily Dean Michelle Kramer Brian Gaynor


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers Graduate Student Awards

KaNe Hirsch •  Graduate Student Research Award (Exercise Physiology), Department of Exercise and Sport Science •  Master’s Student Abstract Award, NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon •  Women’s Scholarship Recipient, NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon •  Graduate Student Teaching Award, LifeNme Fitness

M. Kate Manor •  Graduate Student Research Award (Sport AdministraNon), Department of Exercise and Sport Science David Minceberg •  Graduate Student Research Award (AthleNc Training), Department of Exercise and Sport Science Liz Teel •  Doctoral Research Grant, NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Research and EducaNon FoundaNon •  Doctoral Research Grant, American College of Sports Medicine Clinical Sports Medicine Endowment •  Summer Research Fellowship, UNC Graduate School Rob Lynall •  Doctoral Research Grant, American College of Sports Medicine Clinical Sports Medicine Endowment Michael Clark •  F30 (Ruth L. Kirchstein NaNonal Research Service Award), NaNonal InsNtutes of Health, NaNonal InsNtute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Meredith Mock •  Master’s Graduate Research Grant, NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon Hayden Giuliani •  Master’s Graduate Research Grant, NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon •  Master’s Student Abstract Award, NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon Nic Shea •  Challenge Scholarship Recipient, NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon Aliza Kamman •  2015 Sayers “Bud” Miller Scholarship, Professional Football AthleNc Trainers’ Society

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Samantha Cates •  Graduate Student Teaching Award, LifeNme Fitness, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Mikaela Davis •  Graduate Student Teaching Award, LifeNme Fitness, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Rachel Leeke •  Graduate Student Teaching Award, LifeNme Fitness, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Ethan Lievense •  Graduate Student Teaching Award, LifeNme Fitness, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Chad Waggoner •  Graduate Student Teaching Award, LifeNme Fitness, Department of Exercise and Sport Science Melissa Kay •  Earlene Durrant Scholarship, Rocky Mountain AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Amy Lane •  Research Grant Recipient, IBEX PharmaceuNcals Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada Ryan Brooks •  Ronald HyaZ Rotary Public Service Award, Carolina Center for Public Service Derek Pamukoff •  Impact Award, Graduate EducaNon Advancement Board •  Student Grant Recipient, American Society of Biomechanics •  Student Grant Recipient, American College of Sports Medicine MaZhew Harkey •  William Tessendorf Scholarship, NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Research and EducaNon FoundaNon •  Biomechanics Interest Group Award, American College of Sports Medicine •  DissertaNon Fellowship, Royster Society of Fellows, University of North Carolina BarneZ Frank •  DissertaNon Fellowship, Royster Society of Fellows, University of North Carolina(HMSC Doctoral)


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers

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First Author Publications: 33 (avg = 1.5) Blackburn JT, Pietrosimone BG, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Pamukoff DN. Comparison of three methods for idenNfying the heelstrike transient during walking gait. Medical Engineering & Physics (In Press). Blackburn JT, Pamukoff DN, Sakr M, Vaughan AJ, Berkoff DJ. Whole body and local muscle vibraN)on reduce arNficially induced quadriceps arthrogenic inhibiNon. Archives of Physical Medicine & RehabilitaNon 95(11): 2021-2028, 2015. Hackney AC, Davis HC, Lane AR. Exercise augments the nocturnal prolacNn rise in exercise-trained men. Ther Adv Endocrinol Metab. 2015 Oct;6(5):217-22. Hackney AC. EpigeneNc aspects of exercise on stress reacNvity. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2015 Nov; 61:17. Hackney AC, Hope C. Davis & Amy R. Lane. Exercise augments the nocturnal prolacNn rise in exercise trained men. TherapeuNc Advances in Endocrinology and Metabolism (In Press). Hackney AC, T Anderson. Exercise salivary corNsol responses: detecNng the magnitude of hormonal change over Nme. Journal of Clinical & Molecular Endocrinology (In Press). Hanson E.D., Wagoner C.W., Anderson T., and C.L. BaZaglini. The Independent Effects of Strength Training in Cancer Survivors: A SystemaNc Review. Current Oncology Reports, 18(5) 1-18, 2016. Kucera KL, Marshall SW, Wolf SH, Padua DA, Cameron K, Beutler AI. AssociaNon of Injury History and Incident Injury in Cadet Basic Military Training. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise (In Press). Kucera KL, Roos K, Hootman J, Lipscomb H, Dement J, Silverstein B. Work-related illness and injury claims among cerNfied athleNc trainers reported to workers’ compensaNon in Washington and California. Clearance received from Centers for Disease Control and PrevenNon and submiZed to the American Journal of Industrial Medicine. Mihalik JP, Lynall RC†, Fraser MA, Decoster LC, De Maio VJ, Patel AP, & Swartz EE. (2016). Football equipment removal improves chest compression and venNlaNon efficacy. Prehospital Emergency Care. Epub ahead of print on March 17, 2016. Osborne, B. (2016). Hey! Hey! Can we pray? Cheerleader case won’t go away. Sport LiNgaNon Alert, 13(6). Osborne, B. (2015). NCAA Concussion lawsuits a plea for strict liability. Concussion LiNgaNon Alert. Reprinted in Legal Issues in Collegiate AthleNcs, 16(9), p.9. Padua DA, DiStefano LJ, Beutler AI, de la MoZe SJ, DiStefano MJ, Marshall SW. The Landing Error Scoring System as a screening tool for anterior cruciate ligament injury prevenNon program in elite youth soccer athletes. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):589-595, 2015.

Pietrosimone BG, Lepley AS, Ericksen HM, Clements A, Sohn D, Gribble PG. Neural Excitability AlteraNons Aner Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNon. Journal of AthleNc Training. 2015 Jun;50(6):665-74. Pietrosimone BG, Golightly YM, Mihalik JP, Guskiewicz KM. Concussion Frequency Associates with Musculoskeletal Injury in ReNred NFL Players. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise. 2015 Nov; 47(11):2366-72. Pietrosimone B, Blackburn JT, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Hackney AC, Padua DA, Driban JB, Spang JT, Jordan JM. Greater Mechanical Loading During Walking is Associated with Less Collagen Turnover with Individuals with Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNon: A Preliminary Study. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016 Feb;44(2):425-32. Pietrosimone B, Blackburn JT, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Hackney AC, Padua DA, Driban JB, Spang JT, Jordan JM. Walking Speed as a PotenNal Indicator of CarNlage Breakdown Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNon. ArthriNs Care and Research (In Press). Pietrosimone B, Blackburn JT, Golightly YM, Harkey MS, Luc BA, DeFreese JD, Padua DA, Jordan JM, Bennell KL. Knowledge and PercepNons of PosZraumaNc OsteoarthriNs Following Knee Injury by CerNfied AthleNc Trainers. SubmiZed for consideraNon to Journal of AthleNc Training (In Press). Pietrosimone B, Lepley AS, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Blackburn JT, Gribble PA, Spang JT, Sohn DH. PredicNon of Self-Reported FuncNon Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNon Using Common Clinical Measures of Quadriceps Strength. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise (In Press). Popp, N., DeSchriver, T., McEvoy, C., & Diehl, M. (2016). A valuaNon analysis of corporate naming rights for collegiate sport venues. Sport MarkeNng Quarterly, 25, 7-20. Popp, N., BarreZ, H., & Weight, E. (2016). Examining the RelaNonship Between Age of Fan IdenNficaNon and Donor Behavior at an NCAA Division I AthleNcs Department. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate AthleNcs, 9, 107-123. Popp, N., McEvoy, C, & SaZler, E. (2015). Measuring the connecNon between college basketball fans and league sponsors. Global Sport Business Journal, 3, 33-45. Popp, N., Weight, E., Dwyer, B., Morse, A. & Baker, A. (2015). Assessing student saNsfacNon in graduate sport management programs. Sport Management EducaNon Journal, 9, 25-38. Popp, N., Eddy. T., & McEvoy, C. (2015). Plains State University’s naming rights dilemma. Case Studies in Sport Management, 4.


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers First Author Publications cont. Register-Mihalik JK, Baugh C, Kroshus E, Kerr ZY, Valovich McLeod TC. A mulNfactorial approach to sport-related concussion prevenNon and educaNon: ApplicaNon of the Socio-Ecological Framework. Journal of AthleNc Training. In Press. Register-Mihalik JK, Guskiewcz KM. Evidence-based management of sport-related concussion: CompleNng the puzzle. Current Physical Medicine and RehabilitaNon Reports (In Press). Weight, E.A., Cooper, C.G, Popp, N. (2015). The Coach-Educator: NCAA Division I Coach PerspecNves about an Integrated OrganizaNonal Structure. The Journal of Sport Management. 29, 510-5227. Weight, E.A., Lutz, N., Osborne, B. (2015). Administrator perspecNves on search ďŹ rm use in NCAA Division I intercollegiate athleNcs. The InternaNonal Journal of Sport Management. 16(3), 1-19. Weight, E.A., Cooper, C.G. (2015). Framing the industry: Front page coverage of intercollegiate athleNcs in ďŹ ve major newspapers. Journal of Applied Sport Management. 7(4), 57-83. Wikstrom EA, Anderson RB, Hubbard-Turner T. AlteraNons in stair ascent and descent kineNcs are present in those with post-traumaNc ankle osteoarthriNs. Int J Athl Ther Train 2015;20(6):37-43. Guskiewicz, KM. (2015). Sport-Related Concussions: paranoia or LegiNmate Concern? NC Medical Journal. 76(2):93-4. Guskiewicz, KM, Broglio, SP. (2015). Acute Sports-Related TraumaNc Brain Injury and RepeNNve Concussion. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 127:157-72.

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Senior Author / Co-Author Publications: 109 (avg = 5.0) Berry, N., Wildeman, L., Shields, E., and BaZaglini, C.L. The Effects of a 10Km Run and 30Km Cycling Time-Trial on VenNlatory Threshold during the Final Leg of an ITU Duathlon SimulaNon in the Laboratory in Highlytrained MulN-Sport Athletes. J Sport Sci & Med (In Press). Albuquerque, V., D’Oliveira, G., Bezerra, L., de Melo, G., Tavares, A., BaZaglini, C.L. Análise Funcional de Membros Superior em Mulheres SubmeNdas a Tratamento para o Cancer De Mama. Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy (In Press). Hanson, E., Wagoner, C., Anderson, T., and BaZaglini, C.L. The independent effects of strength training in cancer survivors: a systemaNc review. Curr Oncol Rep. 2016 May;18(5):31. Story, C., Leak-Bryant, A., Phillips, B., Bailey, C., Shields, E., BaZaglini, C.L. Comparison of Methods for Determining Aerobic Exercise Intensity using Heart Rate in Acute Leukemia PaNents prior to InducNon Chemotherapy, Biological Research in Nursing (In Press). Lee, J., Soboleswki, E., Story, C., E., Shields, E., BaZaglini, C.L. The feasibility of an 8-week, home-based isometric strength training program for improving dressage test performance in equestrian athletes, ComparaNve Exercise Physiology; 223-230, 2015. Evans, E., Hackney, A.C., McMurray, R., Randell, S., Muss, H., BaZaglini, C.L. Impact of Acute IntermiZent Exercise on Natural Killer Cell Responses in Breast Cancer Survivors. Integr Cancer Ther (In Press). Mazzoleni, M., BaZaglini, C.L., MarNn, K., McMullen, E., Mann, B. Modeling and PredicNng Heart Rate Dynamics Across a Broad Range of Transient Exercise IntensiNes During Cycling. Sports Eng (In Press). Vieira, C., BaZaglini, C.L., Ferreira-Júnior, J., Vieira A, MarNns, S., Vogt, M., Freitas Junior, R., BoZaro, M. Effects of rest interval on strength recovery in breast cancer survivors, Int J Sports Med; 36:1-5, 2015. MarNn, E., BaZaglini, C.L., Hands, B., Naumman, F. Higher intensity exercise results in more sustainable improvements in VO2peak for breast and prostate cancer survivors. Oncol Nurs Forum, 1;42 (3):241-9, 2015. Pamukoff DN, Lewek MD, Blackburn JT. Greater verNcal loading rate in obese compared to normal weight young adults. Clinical Biomechanics (In Press). Pamukoff DN, Pietrosimone B, Ryan ED, Weinhold PS, Lewek MD, Lee RD, Blackburn JT. Immediate effects of whole body and local muscle vibraNon on neuromuscular funcNon. Muscle & Nerve (In Press). Pamukoff DN, Pietrosimone B, Lewek MD, Ryan ED, Weinhold PS, Lee DR, Blackburn JT. Whole body and local muscle vibraNon improve quadriceps funcNon in individuals with anterior cruciate ligament reconstrucNon. Archives of Physical Medicine & RehabilitaNon (In Press). Pamukoff DN, Bell SE, Ryan ED, Blackburn JT. The Myotonometer is not a valid measurement tool for acNve hamstrings musculotendinous sNffness. Journal of Sport RehabilitaNon (In Press). Pamukoff DN, Blackburn JT. Comparison of plantarflexor musculotendinous sNffness, geometry, and architecture in male runners with and without a history of Nbial stress fracture. Journal of Applied Biomechanics 31(1): 41-47, 2015.

Pamukoff DN, Ryan ED, Blackburn JT. The acute effects of local muscle vibraNon frequency on peak torque, rate of torque development, and electromyography. Journal of Electr omyography & Kinesiology 24(6): 888-894, 2015. Norcross MF, Lewek MD, Padua DA, Shultz SJ, Weinhold PS, Blackburn JT. The influences of sex and posture on joint energeNcs during drop landings. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports 25(2): 166-175, 2015. Adelman DL, Pamukoff DN, Goto S, Guskiewicz KM, Ross SE, Blackburn JT. Acute effects of whole body vibraNon on dynamic postural control and muscle acNvity in individuals with funcNonal ankle instability. AthleNc Training & Sports Health Care 8(2): 63-69, 2015. Tenan M, Blackburn JT, McMurray RG. Exercise-induced glycogen reducNon increases muscle acNvity. InternaNonal Journal of Exercise Science (In Press). Mills M, Frank B, Blackburn T, Cates S, Clark M, Aguilar A, Fava N, Padua D. Effect of restricted hip flexormuscle length on hip extensor muscle acNvity and lower extremity biomechanics in college-aged female soccer players. InternaNonal Journal of Sports Physical Therapy (In Press). Schmidt JD, Guskiewicz KM, Mihalik JP, Blackburn JT, Siegmund GP, Marshall SM. Does visual performance influence head impact severity among high school football athletes? Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine (In Press). Hibberd EE, ShuZ CE, Oyama S, Blackburn JT, Myers JB. Physical contributors to glenohumeral internal rotaNon deficit in high school baseball players. Journal of Sport & Health Science (In Press). Lane AR, O'Leary CB, Hackney AC. Menstrual cycle phase effects free testosterone responses to prolonged aerobic exercise. Acta Physiol Hung. 2015 Sep;102(3):336-41. Williams T, Walz E, Lane AR, Pebole M, Hackney AC. The effect of estrogen on muscle damage biomarkers following prolonged aerobic exercise in eumenorrheic women. Biol Sport. 2015 Sep;32(3): 193-8. Tenan MS, Hackney AC, Griffin L. Maximal force and tremor changes across the menstrual cycle. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2016 Jan;116(1):153-60. Tenan MS, Hackney AC, Griffin L.Entrainment of Vastus Medialis complex acNvity differs between genders. Musc le Nerve (In Press). Hackney AC & AR Lane. Exercise endocrinology: guidance for future research direcNon and focus. Journal of Steroids & Hormone Science (In Press). Evans ES, Hackney AC, McMurray RG, Randell SH, Muss HB, Deal AM, & BaZaglini CL. Impact of acuteintermiZent exercise on natural killer cells in breast cancer survivors. Integr Cancer Ther (In Press). Rubin DA, Pham HN, Adams ES, Tutor AR, Hackney AC, Coburn JW, & Judelson DA. Endocrine response to acute resistance exercise in obese versus lean physically acNve men. European Journal of Applied Physiology (In Press).


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers Senior Author / Co-Author Publications cont. Harkey MS, Luc BA, Golightly YM, Thomas AC, Driban JB, Hackney AC, & Pietrosimone B. OsteoarthriNs related biomarkers following anterior cruciate ligament injury and reconstrucNon: a systemaNc review. OsteoarthriNs CarNlage. 2015; 23(1): 1-12. Smith C., Asrar ul Haq M., Jerums G., Hanson E.D., Hayes A., Allen J.D., Sbaraglia M., Selig S., Wong C., Hare D.L., and I. Levinger. Assessing the value of BMI and aerobic capacity as surrogate markers for the severity of len ventricular diastolic dysfuncNon in paNents with type 2 diabetes who are obese. Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology (In Press). Hibberd EE, Berkoff DJ, Kucera KL, Laudner K, Yu B, Myers JB. Comparison of Upper Extremity Physical CharacterisNc between Adolescent CompeNNve Swimmers and Non-Overhead Athletes. Journal of AthleNc Training, 2016; 51(1): 65-69. Ranapurwala RI, Denoble PJ, Poole C, Kucera KL, Marshall SW, Wing SB. The effect of using a pre-dive checklist on the incidence of diving mishaps in recreaNonal scuba diving: A cluster-randomized trial. InternaNonal Journal of Epidemiology (In Press). Hibberd EE, Berkoff DJ, Kucera KL, Laudner K, Yu B, Myers JB. Effect of Swim Training on Physical CharacterisNcs in CompeNNve Adolescent Swimmers. American Journal of Sport Medicine (In Press). Liao S, Lynall RC, & Mihalik JP. The effect of head impact locaNon on day of diagnosed concussion in college football. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (In Press). Asken BME, Mihalik JP, Schmidt JD, LiZleton AC, Guskiewicz KM, & Hopfinger JB. (2016). Visual performance measures and funcNonal implicaNons in healthy parNcipants: A sports concussion perspecNve. AthleNc Training & Sports Health Care (In Press). Lynall RC, Kerr ZY, Parr MS, Hackney AC, & Mihalik JP. (2016). Division I college football concussion rates are higher at higher alNtudes. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 46(2), 96-103. Lynall RC, Mauntel TC, Padua DA, & Mihalik JP. (2015). Acute lower extremity injury rates increase aner concussion in college athletes. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 47(12), 2487-2492. Schmidt JD, Pierce AF, Guskiewicz KM, Register-Mihalik JK, Pamukoff DN, & Mihalik JP. Influence of safe play knowledge and aggression on head impact biomechanics in adolescent ice hockey players. Journal of AthleNc Training (In Press). Lynall RC, Clark MD, Grand EE, Stucker JC, LiZleton AC, Aguilar AJ, Petschauer MA, Teel EF, & Mihalik JP. Head impact biomechanics in women's college soccer. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (In Press). Lynall RC, Schmidt JD, Mihalik JP, & Guskiewicz KM. (2016). The clinical uNlity of a concussion rebasel ine protocol aner concussion recovery. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine (In Press). DeFreese JD & Mihalik JP. (2016). Work-based social interacNons, perceived stress and workload incongruence as antecedents of athleNc trainer burnout. Journal of AthleNc Training, 51(1), 28-34.

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Schmidt JD, Guskiewicz KM, Mihalik JP, Blackburn JT, Siegmund GP, & Marshall SW. (2016). Head impact severity in American high school football. Pediatrics (In Press). Urban JE, Konczal E, Kopacki M, Register-Mihalik JK, Mihalik JP, SNtzel JD, & Rosenbaum D. Presence of athleNc trainers in a youth football organizaNon: A single insNtuNon’s experience. AthleNc Training & Sports Health Care (In Press). Marsh, J.P., Petersen, J.C. & Osborne, B. (accepted). Sport disconNnuaNon: An assessment of goal achievement via empirical measures. Journal of Amateur Sport (In Press). Moorman, A.J. & Osborne, B. (in press). Are insNtuNons of higher educaNon failing to protect students?: A analysis of Title IX’s sexual violence protecNons and college athleNcs. MarqueZe Sports Law Review (In Press). PlunkeZ, M.R., Weight, E.A., Osborne, B., & Lancaster, E. (2016). The value of intercollegiate athleNcs parNcipaNon from the perspecNve of former ACC athletes. InternaNonal Journal of Sport Management, 17(1), 1-21. Stanley LE, Kerr ZY, Dompier RP, Padua DA. Sex differences in the incidence of anterior cruciate ligament, medial collateral ligament, and meniscal injuries in collegiate and high school sports: 2009-2010 through 2013-2014. American Journal of Sports Medicine (In Press). Schwane BG, Goerger BM, Goto S, Blackburn JT, Aguilar AJ, Padua DA. Trunk and lower extremity kinemaNcs during stair descent in individuals with and without patellofemoral pain. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(7): 704-712, 2015. Begalle RL, Walsh MC, McGrath ML, Boling MC, Blackburn JT, Padua DA. Ankle dorsiflexion displace ment during landing is associated with iniNal contact kinemaNcs but not joint displacement. Journal of Applied Biomechanics 31(4):205-210, 2015. Frank, B.S., Register-Mihalik, J., Padua, D.A. High Levels of Coach Intent to Integrate a ACL Injury PrevenNon Program Into Training Does Not Translate to EffecNve ImplementaNon. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 18(4)L400-406, 2015. DiStefano LJ, Marshall SW, Padua DA, Peck KY, Beutler AI, de la MoZe SJ, Frank BS, MarNnez JC, Cameron KL. The effects of an injury prevenNon program on landing biomechanics over Nme. American Journal of Sports Medicine (In Press). Carrow, S., Gerber, P.J., Cameron, K.L., Beutler, A.I., Marshall, S.W., DiStefano, L.J., de la MoZe, S.J., Miller, J., Yunker, C.A., Padua, D.A. Risk of Lower Extremity Injury in a Military Cadet PopulaNon Aner a Supervised Injury PrevenNon Program. Journal of AthleNc Training (In Press). Mauntel TC, Post EG, Padua DA, Bell DR. Sex differences during an overhead squat assessment. Journal of Applied Biomechanics 31(4): 244-249, 2015. McLeod MM, Gribble PA, Pietrosimone BG. Chronic Ankle Instability and Neural Excitability of the Lower Extremity. Journal of AthleNc Training. 2015 Aug;50(8):847-53.


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Senior Author / Co-Author Publications cont. Lepley AS, Gribble PA, Thomas AC, Sohn DH, Tevald, MA, Pietrosimone B. A longitudinal evaluaNon of lower extremity biomechanics during stair ascent and descent before and 6-months following ACL reconstrucNon. Medicine and Science of Sport and Exercise. 2016 Jan;48(1):7-15. Tevald MA, Murray AM, Luc BA, Lai K, Sohn D, Pietrosimone B. Hip Abductor Strength in People with Knee OsteoarthriNs: A Cross-secNonal Study of Reliability and AssociaNon with FuncNon. Knee. 2016 Jan;23(1): 57-62. Ericksen HM, Thomas AC, Gribble PA, Armstrong C, Rice M, Pietrosimone, B. Jump-landing Biomechanics aner a 4-week RealNme Feedback IntervenNon and RetenNon. Clinical Biomechanics. 2016 Feb;32:85-91. Luc, BA, Harkey MS, Arguelles, GD, Ryan, ED, Blackburn JT, Pietrosimone, B. Measuring Voluntary Quadriceps AcNvaNon: Effect of Visual Feedback and SNmulus Delivery. Journal of Electromyography & Kinesiology. SubmiZed May 2015. 2016 Feb;26:73-81. Lepley AS, Gribble PA, Thomas AC, Tevald MA, Sohn DH, Pietrosimone BG. Quadriceps neural alteraNons in anterior cruciate ligament reconstructed paNents: A 6-month longitudinal invesNgaNon. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. 2015 Dec;25(6): 828-39. Harkey M, McLeod M, Terada M, Grib ble P, Pietrosimone B. QuadraNc AssociaNon Between CorNcomotor and Spinal-Reflexive Excitability and Self-Reported Disability in ParNcipants with Chronic Ankle Instability. Journal of Sport RehabilitaNon (In Press). Gribble PA, Terada M, Beard MQ, Kosik K, Lepley AS, McCann R, Pietrosimone BG, Thomas A. PredicNon of lateral ankle sprains in football players using clinical tests and BMI. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 2016 Feb;44(2):460-7. Ward S, Bryant A, Pietrosimone B, Bennell K, Clark R, and Pearce A. CorNcal motor representaNon of the rectus femoris does not differ between the len and right hemisphere. Journal of Electromyography & Kinesiology. 2016 Mar 15;28:46-52. Murray AM, Thomas AC, Armstrong CW, Pietrosimone BG, Tevald MA, The AssociaNons between Quadriceps Muscle Strength, Power, and Knee Joint Mechanics in Knee OsteoarthriNs: A cross-secNonal study. Clinical Biomechanics. 2015 Dec;30(10):1140-5. Terada M, Ball L, Pietrosimone B, Gribble PA. Altered Visual Focus on Sensorimotor Control in People with Chronic Ankle Instability. Journal of Sports Science. 2016;34(2):171-80. Terada M, Thomas AC, Pietrosimone B, Hiller CE, Bokwer S, Gribble PA. The consequence of an ankle sprain of the deltoid ligament on physical and self-reported dysfuncNons: a case study over a 5-month period. Journal of Orthopeadic & Sports Physical Therapy. 2015 Oct;45(10): 756-64. McCann RS, Kosik K, Beard MQ, Terada M, Pietrosimone B, Gribble PA. VariaNons in Star Excursion Balance Test Performance between High School and Collegiate Football Players. Journal of Strength and CondiNoning Research. 2015 Oct;29(10):2765-70.

Bokwer S, Terada M, Hiller CE, Thomas AC, Pietrosimone BG, Gribble PA. An ExaminaNon of Neural Excitability and Joint Laxity in Chronic Ankle Instability, Copers, and Control Groups. Journal of AthleNc Training (In Press). Pfile KR, Pietrosimone B, Gribble PA, Burkirk GE, McGriff SL. Immediate and Long-term improvements in dynamic balance and landing mechanics following a 6-week neuromuscular training program in collegiate female basketball players. Journal of Sport RehabilitaNon (In Press). Bennell KL, Ginckel AV, Kean CO, Nelligan R, French SD, Stokes M, Pietrosimone B, Blackburn JT, BaZ, ME, Hunter DJ, Spiers L, Hinman RS. PaNent knowledge and beliefs about knee osteoarthriNs aner ACL injury and reconstrucNon. ArthriNs Care and Research (In Press). Thomas AC, Pietrosimone B, Bayer CJ. Reliability of Paired-Pulse Transcranial MagneNc SNmulaNon for Assessment of IntracorNcal InhibiNon and FacilitaNon of the Quadriceps. Journal of Sport RehabilitaNon (In Press). McEvoy, C. & Popp, N. (2015). An examinaNon of the effect of league affiliaNon on demand in minor league hockey. InternaNonal Journal of Sport Management. 16(4), 531-546. Brewer, R., McEvoy, C., & Popp, N. (2015). PredicNng intrinsic value of NCAA Division I men’s basketball coaches salaries. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate AthleNcs, 8, 50-73. Kerr ZY, Register-Mihalik JK, Kroshus E, Baugh C, Marshall SW. MoNvaNons associated with nondisclosure of self-reported concussions in former collegiate athletes. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 44(1): 220-225, 2016. (In Press). Schmidt JD, Pierce AF, Guskiewicz KM, Register-Mihalik JK, Pamukoff DN, Mihalik JP. The effect of safe play knowledge and aggression levels on head impact biomechanics in youth male and female ice hockey players. Journal of AthleNc Training (In Press). LiZleton AC, Schmidt D, Register-Mihalik JK, Guskiewicz KM, Waicus K, Gioia G, Mihalik JP.Effects of aZenNon deficit hyperacNvity disorder and sNmulant medicaNon on concussion symptom reporNng and computerized neurocogniNve test performance. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 30(7): 683-693, 2015. Urban JE, Konczal E, Kopacki M, Register-Mihalik JK, Mihalik JP, SNtzel JD, & Rosenbaum DA. Presence of athleNc trainers in a youth football organizaNon: A single insNtuNon’s experience. AthleNc Training & Sports Health Care (In Press). Gerstner, G.R., E.D. Ryan, C.R. Kleinberg, A.J. Tweedell, and A.E. SmithRyan. Consistency of a Mobile Body ComposiNon Trailer: A Novel Portable Laboratory Assessment? Clin Physiol Funct Imaging (In Press). Kleinberg, C.R., E.D. Ryan, A.J. Tweedell, T.J. BarneZe, and C.W. Wagoner. The Influence of Lower Extremity Muscle Size and Quality on Stair-Climb Performance in Career Firefighters. J Strength Cond Res (In Press). Tweedell, A.J., E.D. Ryan, M.J. Scharville, J.G. Rosenberg, E.J. Sobolewski, and C.R. Kleinberg (2016). The influence of ultrasound measurement techniques on the age-related differences in Achilles tendon size. Exp Gerontol. 76: 68-71.


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Senior Author / Co-Author Publications cont. Thompson, B.J., E.D. Ryan, and E.J. Sobolewski (2015). The influence of occupaNon and age on maximal and rapid lower extremity strength. Appl Ergon. 50: 62-7. Conchola, E.C., A.E. Smith-Ryan, B.J. Thompson, E.J. Sobolewski, and E.D. Ryan. OccupaNonal differences for nutrient intake and physical-acNvity levels in young and middle-aged men. Work. (In press). Smith, C.M., T.J. Housh, T.J. Herda, J.M. Zuniga, E.D. Ryan, C.L. Camic, H.C. Bergstrom, D.B. Smith, J.P. Weir, J.T. Cramer, E.C. Hill, K.C. Cochrane, N.D.M. Jenkins, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson (2015). Effects of the innervaNon zone on the Nme and frequency domain parameters on the surface electromyographic signal. J Electromyogr Kinesol. 25: 565-70. Herda, T.J., J.M. Zuniga, E.D. Ryan, C.L. Camic, H.C. Bergstrom, D.B. Smith, J.P Weir, J.T. Cramer, and T.J. Housh (2015). The influence of electromyographic recording methods and the innervaNon zone on the mean power frequency-torque relaNonships. J Electromyogr Kinesiol. 25: 423-30. Buckner, S.L., N.D.M. Jenkins, P.B. Costa, E.D. Ryan, T.J. Herda, and J.T. Cramer (2015). Comparing passive angle-torque curves from the triceps surae recorded simultaneously with a load cell apparatus versus an isokineNc dynamometer. Med Engineer Phys. 37: 494-8. Chalfin, P., Weight, E.A., Osborne, B., Johnson, S. (2015). The value of intercollegiate athleNcs parNcipaNon from the perspecNve of employers who target athletes. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate AthleNcs. 8, 1-27. PlunkeZ, M.R., Weight, E., Osborne, B., Lancaster, E. (2016). The value of intercollegiate athleNcs parNcipaNon from the perspecNve of former athletes. InternaNonal Journal of Sport Management. 17, 1-12. Cooper, C.G., Weight, E.A. (2015). The virtue of vision: Examining administrator and coach percepNons of value systems in NCAA Division I athleNc departments. InternaNonal Journal of Sport Management. 16, 1-24. Cu M, Duncan AL, Wikstrom EA. ComparaNve effects of different balance training progression styles on postural control and ankle force producNon: a randomized controlled trial. J Athl Train (In Press). Gribble PA, Delahunt E, Bleakley C, Caulfield B, Docherty C, Fourchet F, Fong DTP, Hertel J, Hiller C, Kaminski T, McKeon P, Refshauge K, van der Wees P, Vicenzino B, Wikstrom EA. Evidence review for the 2016 internaNonal ankle consorNum consensus statement on the prevalence, impact, and long-term consequences of lateral ankle sprains. Br J Sports Med (In Press). Gribble PA, Delahunt E, Bleakley C, Caulfield B, Docherty C, Fourchet F, Fong DTP, Hertel J, Hiller C, Kaminski T, McKeon P, Refshauge K, van der Wees P, Vicenzino B, Wikstrom EA. Consensus statement of the internaNonal ankle consorNum: prevalence, impact and long-term consequences of lateral ankle sprains. Br J Sports Med (In Press). Turner MJ, Guderian S, Wikstrom EA, Huot JR, Peck BD, Arthur ST, Marino JS, Hubbard-Turner T. Altered len ventricular performance in aging physically acNve mice with an ankle sprain injury. AGE 2016; 38(1): 1-15.

McKeon PO, Wikstrom EA. Sensory-targeted ankle rehabilitaNon strategies for chronic ankle instability Med Sci Sports Exerc (In Press). Burcal CJ, Wikstrom EA. Plantar cutaneous sensiNvity with and without cogniNve loading in people with chronic ankle instability, copers, and uninjured controls. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 2016;26(1):1-24. Powden C, Hogan KK, Wikstrom EA, Hoch M. The effect of two forms of talocrural joint tracNon on dorsiflexion range of moNon and postural control in those with chronic ankle instability. J Sport Rehab (In Press). Thomas AC, Hubbard-Turner T, Wikstrom EA, Palmieri-Smith R. Epidemiology of post-traumaNc osteoarthriNs. J Athl Train (In Press). Cu M, Wikstrom EA, Golshaei B, Kirazci S. The effects of sex, limb dominance, and soccer parNcipaNon on knee propriocepNon and dynamics postural control. J Sport Rehab 2016;25(1):31-39. KaNe R. Hirsch*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Erica J. Roelofs, Eric T. Trexler. Body composiNon and muscle characterisNcs of division I track and field athletes. Journal of Strength and CondiNoning Research (In Press). Eric C. Conchola*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Brennan J. Thompson, Eric J. Sobolewski, Eric D. Ryan. OccupaNonal differences for nutrient intake and physical-acNvity in young and middle-aged men. WORK: A Journal of PrevenNon, Assessment, and RehabilitaNon (In Press). Eric T. Trexler*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Hailee L. Wingfield, Malia N. Blue, Erica J. Roelofs. Dietary macronutrient distribuNon influences postexercise substrate uNlizaNon in women: a cross-secNonal evaluaNon of metabolic flexibility. NutriNon Research (In Press). Eric T. Trexler*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Erica J. Roelofs, KaNe R. Hirsch. Body composiNon, muscle quality, and scoliosis in female gymnasts. InternaNonal Journal of Sports Medicine. 2015 Nov; 36(13): 1087-92. Eric T. Trexler*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Erica J. Roelofs, KaNe R. Hirsch, Adam M. Persky, Meredith G. Mock. Effects of coffee and caffeine anhydrous intake during creaNne loading. Journal of Strength and CondiNoning Research (In Press). Eric T. Trexler*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Erica J. Roelofs, KaNe R. Hirsch, Meredith G. Mock. Effects of coffee and caffeine anhydrous on strength and sprint performance. European Journal of Sports Science (In Press). Eric T. Trexler*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. CreaNne and caffeine: ConsideraNons for concurrent supplementaNon. InternaNonal Journal of Sports NutriNon and Exercise Metabolism (In Press). Hailee L. Wingfield*, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Malia N. Melvin, Erica J. Roelofs, Eric T. Trexler, Anthony C. Hackney, Mark A. Weaver, Eric D. Ryan. The acute effect of exercise and nutriNon manipulaNons on energy expenditure and respiratory exchange raNo in women. Sports Medicine-Open. 2015 June 2:11


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers Senior Author / Co-Author Publications cont. Perry, DC, SturmVE, Peterson MJ, Pieper CF, Bullock T, Boeve BF, Miller BL, Guskiewicz, KM, Berger MS, Kramer JH, Welsh-Bohmer KA. (2015). AssociaNon of TraumaNc Brain Injury with Subsequent Neurological and Psychiatric Disease: a Meta-analysis. Journal of Neurosurgery. Epub ahead of print. Siegmund, GP, Guskiewicz, KM, Marshall, SW. (2015). Laboratory ValidaNon of Two Wearable Sensor Symptoms for Measuring Head Impact Severity in Football Players. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 2015 Aug 13. [Epub ahead of print] DOI: 10.1007/s10439-015-1420-6 Nelson, LD, Guskiewicz, KM, Marshall, SW, Hammeke, T, Barr, W, Randolph, C, McCrea M,A. (2015). MulNple Self-Reported Concussions are More Prevalent in Athletes with ADHD and Learning Disability. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. Epub ahead of print. Kerr, ZY, Mihalik JP, Guskiewicz, KG, Rosamond, WD, Evenson, KR, Marshall, SW. (2015). Agreement Between Athlete â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Recalled and Clinically Documented Concussion Histories in Former Collegiate Athletes. American Journal of Sports Medicine. 43(3):606-13. Lynall RC and Guskiewicz KM. (2015). Concussion Research: New Horizons. Lancet Neurology. 14(1):14-6

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Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers Books and Book Chapters: 12 Anthony Hackney (2016). Exercise, Sport, and BioanalyNcal Chemistry. Elsevier. Mihalik JP, Lynall RC, & Guskiewicz KM. (2017). Brain injuries. In DJ Casa & RL Stearns (Eds.), PrevenNng sudden death in sport and physical acNvity, 2nd EdiNon. (pp. 97-126). Boston, MA: Jones and BartleZ Learning. Mihalik JP & Guskiewicz KM. (2015). Brain injuries. In DJ Casa & RL Stearns (Eds.), Emergency management for sport and physical acNvity. (pp. 83-96). Boston, MA: Jones and BartleZ Learning. Osborne, B. (in press). Gender Equity – Coaching and AdministraNon. In D. CoZon & J. Wolohan (eds.), Law for RecreaNon and Sport Managers (7th ed.) (pp.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. Osborne, B. (in press). Sexual Harassment. In D. CoZon & J. Wolohan (eds.), Law for RecreaNon and Sport Managers (7th ed.) (pp. ). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. Osborne, B. (in press). Legal Issues in Sport CommunicaNon. In Petersen, P., Laucella, P., Kian, T., and Guerin. A. (Eds.), Strategic Sport CommunicaNons (2nd ed.) (pp. ). Champaign, IL: Human KineNcs. MiZen, M.J., Davis, T., Shropshire, K., Osborne, B. & Smith, R.K. (2016). Sports Law: Governance, and RegulaNon (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Wolters Kluwer. MiZen, M.J., Davis, T., Shropshire, K., Osborne, B. & Smith, R.K. (2016). Sports Law: Governance, and RegulaNon Teacher’s Manual (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Wolters Kluwer. PrenNce, W.E., EssenNals of AthleNc Injury Management 10th Ed., New York, McGraw-Hill, 2016. 444 pages. PrenNce, W.E. Get Fit Stay Fit 7th Ed. Philadelphia, F.A. Davis, 2015. 304 pages PrenNce, W. RehabilitaNon Techniques in Sports Medicine and AthleNc Training, 6th ediNon, Thorofare, NJ, Slack Inc. , 2015. 881 pages Register-Mihalik JK. Sport-Related Concussion. Epidemiology for AthleNc Trainers. Thorofare, NJ: Slack, Inc, 2015.

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Invited Speaker Presentations (53) Guskiewicz, K.M. Making Sport Safer Through InnovaNve Science. Bernard B. Ramsey Lecture. Athens, GA., November 5, 2015. Guskiewicz, K.M. Clinical Management of Sport-Related Concussion. Symposium on Brain Injury Research. Blacksburg, VA., October 29, 2015. Guskiewicz, K.M. The State of the Science: Injury Incidence. University of Michigan Injury Center Sport Concussion Summit. Ann Arbor, MI., September 24, 2015. Guskiewicz, K.M. The Challenges of Concussion Diagnosis and PrevenNon in Athletes. University of California Neurotrauma Symposium. Santa Barbara, CA., September 20, 2015. Guskiewicz, K.M. The State of Sport Concussion: LegiNmate Concern versus Paranoia? AthleRc Training and Public Health Summit. Corvallis, Or., August 28, 2015. Guskiewicz, K.M. The State of Sport Concussion: LegiNmate Concern versus Paranoia? Keynote Speaker, Big 10/CIC-Ivy League TBI Research CollaboraRon 2015 TBI Summit. Rosemont, IL., July 15, 2015 Guskiewicz, K.M. The Challenges of Concussion Diagnosis in AthleNcs. Neurotrauma 2015. Santa Fe, NM., June 30, 2015. Guskiewicz, K.M. Long-Term and CumulaNve Effects of Concussion: what Do we Know Now and What Can we Do? 66th Annual NaRonal AthleRc Trainers’ AssociaRon Symposia. St. Louis, MO., June 23, 2015. Guskiewicz, K.M. The State of Concussion: legiNmate Concern versus Paranoia? American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeRng. San Diego, CA., May 29, 2015. BaZaglini, C.L. Modeling Heart Rate and Oxygen Uptake Dynamics in Response to Changes in Exercise Intensity: ApplicaNons in Oncology, Confinis (4th Annual InternaNonal Conference in Sports and Health). Brasilia, DF, Brazil, June 10-15, 2015. Blackburn J.T. VibraNon for rehabilitaNon of orthopaedic injury. 2016 NaNonal Basketball AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Annual MeeNng, Chicago, IL. Blackburn J.T. Can vibraNon reduce the risk of post-traumaNc osteoarthriNs following ACL injury? Clinical Evidence Based PracNce Lecture, 2016 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Annual MeeNng & Clinical Symposia, BalNmore, MD. Blackburn J.T. VibraNon for treatment and prevenNon of post-traumaNc osteoarthriNs. 2015 Lakewood Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Advanced EducaNon Seminar, Dallas, TX. Hackney A.C. Estonia UniversiNes NaNonal Doctoral Seminar (Keynote address): Exercise training, immunology and hormones. Hackney A.C. Finnish InternaNonal Conference on Counter-Training (Strength vs. Endurance) (Invited address): Hormones responses and adapNons with exercise training: comparisons between modaliNes Kucera K.L. “From PaNent to PopulaNon – IntegraNng AthleNc Training & Public Health PracNces.” AthleNc Training & Public Health Summit, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, August 27, 2015.

Kucera K.L. What do we know about catastrophic injuries in sport? Presented to the Sport Medicine Australia (SMA) Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on 10 February 2016. Kucera K.L. What do we know about catastrophic injuries in sport? Presented to the Australian Center for Research into Injury and Sport and its PrevenNon (ACRISP), FederaNon University, Ballarat, Victoria Australia on 4 February 2016. Malekoff R. American Academic Leadership InsNtute - preparing faculty to be deans/provosts, preparing deans/provosts to be presidents...focus on intercollegiate athleNcs - Washington DC Malekoff R. American AssociaNon of State Colleges and UniversiNes - preparing faculty to be deans/provosts, preparing deans/provosts to be presidents...focus on intercollegiate athleNcs - Washington DC Mihalik J. High Point University AthleNc Training Symposium. Sportsrelated concussions: Facts vs. myths., High Point, NC. (April 4, 2016). Mihalik J. Defense Veterans Brain Injury Centers Intrepid Spirit Symposium. Sport-related concussion: Current trends in engineering sports safety. Fort Bragg, NC. (March 30, 2016). Mihalik J. Florida InternaNonal University AthleNc Training Symposium. Concussion biomechanics: Engineering safety in the sports arena and baZlefield. Miami, FL. (March 28, 2016). Mihalik J. Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center. Concussion and winter sports. Silver Spring, MD. (February 11, 2016). Mihalik J. College AthleNc Trainers’ Society & NaNonal Collegiate AthleNc AssociaNon Safety in College Football Summit. Head impact biomechanics: Engineering safe sport. Orlando, FL. (February 10, 2016). Mihalik J. UNC Tar Heel Tailgate Talk Series. Concussion: InnovaNve soluNons to a challenging problem in sports and the military. Chapel Hill, NC. (November 14, 2015). Mihalik J. North Carolina Defense Business AssociaNon Science & Technology MeeNng. TraumaNc brain injury management: IntersecNng athleNcs with special operaNons. Durham, NC. (November 12, 2015). Mihalik J. North Carolina AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Symposium. Seeing is believing: Assessing vision following concussion. Salisbury, NC. (July 11, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia & AthleNc Training Expo. Vision assessment following concussion: What’s on the horizon? St. Louis, MO. (June 25, 2015). [NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Feature PresentaNon] Mihalik J. NaNonal Summit on Sports Concussion. RepeNNve head impacts and telemetry monitoring: State of the science. Los Angeles, CA. (June 5, 2015). Padua D.A. Long term maintenance and sustained performance for the mulN-ligament injured knee. Arthroscopy AssociaNon of North America. Boston, MA. April 2016. Padua D.A. Movement Quality – The foundaNon for athlete durability. 2015 InternaNonal Performance Training Summit. Beijing, China. October 2015.


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Invited Speaker Presentations cont. Padua D.A. PREPARE – Planned Recovery to Enhance Performance and Regenerate. 2015 InternaNonal Performance Training Summit. Beijing, China. October 2015. Padua D.A. Evidence based strategies for prevenNng primary and secondary ACL injury. InternaNonal Performance Training Summit. Beijing, China. October 2015. Padua D.A. Impact of movement quality on injury rates and physical performance. 2015 NaNonal Academy of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, Phoenix, AZ, August 2015. Padua D.A. ACL injury and return to play consideraNons. 2015 NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning AssociaNon, Orlando, FL, July 2015. Padua D.A. PracNcal applicaNons for movement efficiency screening to prevent injury and determine readiness. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNngSymposium, St. Louis, MO, June 2015. Padua D.A. Role of primary and secondary prevenNon strategies in maintaining joint health following ACL injury. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng-Symposium, St. Louis, MO, June 2015. Padua D.A. Fundamental consideraNons for grant development – the writer’s and reviewer’s perspecNve. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNngSymposium, St. Louis, MO, June 2015. Padua D.A. Impact of movement quality on injury rates, physiologic stress and physical performance. 2015 Conferencia Internacional de Esporte e Saude UniCEUB/UNC, Brasilia, Brazil, June 2015. Padua D.A. ImplemenNng an ACL injury prevenNon program – challenges and lessons learned. 2015 American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA, May 2015. Padua D.A. Impact of movement quality on injury rates, physiologic stress and physical performance. 2015 NaNonal Basketball AthleNc Trainers AssociaNon, Chicago, IL, May 2015. Pietrosimone B. Improving Outcomes Using Exercise And Strength Training for People With Knee OsteoarthriNs. Ossur Academy. Conference on Knee OsteoarthriNs: Defining Standards of Clinical Management. Laguna Cliffs MarrioZ Resort, Dana Point, CA. February 25, 2016. Pietrosimone B. IncorporaNng Post-TraumaNc OsteoarthriNs PrevenNon into Sports Medicine. Lakewood Orthropaedics & Sports Medicine. Advanced EducaNon Seminar. Raising Awareness of PosZruamaNc OsteoarthriNs Among AthleNc Trainers. Dallas ChrisNan College. Dallas TX. January 16, 2016. Pietrosimone B. Neuromuscular Origins of Disability following Joint Injury: A New Treatment Approach. Lakewood Orthropaedics & Sports Medicine. Advanced EducaNon Seminar. Raising Awareness of PosZruamaNc OsteoarthriNs Among AthleNc Trainers. Dallas ChrisNan College. Dallas TX. January 16, 2016. Driban JB, Padua DA, Pietrosimone B. Life Aner Knee Injury: The ATC’s Role in Preserving Life-Long Joint Health. Will be Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers AssociaNon MeeNng and Clinical Symposium. St Louis, MO. June, 2015.

Pietrosimone B & Stanley LE. ACL Injury and Long-Term Joint Health. Feature PresentaNon at the American Physical Therapy AssociaNon NEXT Conference & ExposiNon. NaNonal Harbor, Maryland, June 6 2015. Pietrosimone B. Advances in the Development of TENS for TreaNng Neuromuscular DysfuncNon. Advances in TENS Advisory Board. Jersey City, New Jersey. January 14, 2016. Register-Mihalik J.K. Sports Medicine Australia Monthly Seminar. PrevenNon and management of concussion: Where are we headed? Melbourne, VIC, Australia. Register-Mihalik J.K. Australian Center for Research in Injury and Sport and its PrevenNon Guest Lecture Series. A comprehensive approach to concussion management. Ballarat, VIC, Australia. Register-Mihalik J.K. Southeastern Sports Medicine Concussion Symposium. Return to Learn and Play Postconcussion: Where’s the Evidence? Asheville, NC. Ryan, E.D. Explosive Strength: The role of rate of force development in performance and injury prevenNon. 3rd Annual Rutgers and ISSN Human Performance Conference. March 5, 2016. Smith-Ryan A. InternaNonal Society of Sports NutriNon. NutriNonal ConsideraNons for Women. London, UK


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1st Author Abstract Presentations: 21 (avg = 1.0) Blackburn T, Pietrosimone B, Harkey M, Luc B, Pamukoff D. Inter-limb differences in impulsive loading during gait following anterior cruciate ligament reconstrucNon. 2016 American Society of Biomechanics Annual MeeNng, Raleigh, NC. Blackburn JT, Pietrosimone BG, Padua DA, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Pamukoff DN, Stanley LE, Spang JT, Jordan JM. Quadriceps funcNon is associated with impulsive loading during gait in individuals with anterior cruciate ligament reconstrucNon. 2016 OsteoarthriNs Research InternaNonal World Congress on OsteoarthriNs, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Blackburn JT, Pietrosimone BG, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Pamukoff DN. Quadriceps muscle quality does not reflect self-report or muscle funcNon in individuals with ACL reconstrucNon. 2016 American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, Boston, MA. Hanson E.D., Sakkal S., Baindur-Hudson S., Violet J., BaZaglini C.L., McConell G.K., and A. Hayes. Cytotoxic Lymphocyte Response to Moderate Intensity Aerobic Exercise in Prostate Cancer Survivors. Oral presentaNon at the ACSM Annual MeeNng. San Diego, CA, USA. Kucera KL, Lipscomb HJ, Hootman JM, Roos KG, Dement JM. Workrelated injuries experienced by cerNfied athleNc trainers: the WRROCAT study. Poster presented at NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon (NATA) Annual Conference, St Louis, MS, June 25, 2015. Mihalik J. 2015 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual MeeNng. Laboratory evaluaNon of the xPatch: Differences in outputs between the len and right xPatch in helmeted head impacts. Tampa, FL. (October 7-10, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia & AT Expo. The effects of cervical muscle strength and head impact locaNon on impact biomechanics in youth ice hockey players. St. Louis, MO. (June 23-26, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia & AT Expo. Standardized Concussion Assessment Tool 3 (SCAT3) tandem gait test in high school athletes: A study of pass rate, sex effect, and reliability. St. Louis, MO. (June 23-26, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia & AT Expo. The effect of sex, sport, and concussion history on vision and sensorimotor performance in healthy college athletes. St. Louis, MO. (June 23-26, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng. Comparing head impact biomechanics between professional, college, and high school linemen: A preliminary invesNgaNon. San Diego, CA. (May 26-30, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng. The associaNon between alNtude and concussion injury rates in college football. San Diego, CA. (May 26-30, 2015). Osborne, B. & Hammer, K. (2016, February). Student-athletes and the right of publicity. Presented at the FesNval of Legal Learning sponsored by the University of North Carolina Law School, Chapel Hill, NC. Osborne, B. (2015, September). AnN-trust or AnN-NCAA? Presented at the European AssociaNon of Sport Management annual conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Padua, D.A., Mauntel, T.C., Frank, B.S., Stanley, L.E., DiStefano, L.J., Peck, K.Y., Cameron, K.L., Marshall, S.W. Validity of real-Nme automated measurement of movement errors during a jump-landing task using the Microson Kinect sensor. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng, St. Louis, MO. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):S109, 2015. Pietrosimone B, Blackburn JT, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Golightly YM, DeFreese JD, Padua DA, Bennell KL. PercepNon of Knee OsteoarthriNs as a Major Health Concern among CerNfied AthleNc Trainers: ImplicaNons for EducaNon and Treatment of Knee Injury. Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia, St. Louis, MO. June 24, 2015. Pietrosimone B, Nissman D, Harkey MH, Creighton A, Kamath G, Blackburn JT, Padua DA, Marshall S, Golightly YM, Nelson A, Schmitz R, Driban JB, Loeser R, Jordan JM, Spang J. Decreased Proteoglycan ComposiNon in the ArNcular CarNlage of the Lateral Femoral Condyle of the Knee Associates with Decreased Quality of Life in Individuals Twelve Months Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNon. Presented at the 2016 OARSI World Congress on OsteoarthriNs. April 3, 2016. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Pietrosimone B, Blackburn JT, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Pamukoff DN. Rate of Torque Development during Maximal Voluntary Isometric ContracNon as a Surrogate Outcome for IsokineNc Power. Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, San Diego, CA. May 2015. Popp, N., Simmons, J., & McEvoy, C. (2015). An examinaNon of the impact of Ncket sales training effecNveness within NCAA Division I athleNcs departments, Sport MarkeNng AssociaNon, Atlanta, Ga. Register-Mihalik J. Effect of viewing a concussion educaNon video followed by in-person reinforcement on parents’ concussion knowledge. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Annual MeeNng. St. Louis, MO. Register-Mihalik J. Concussion educaNon video exposure does not significantly improve youth athlete concussion knowledge. American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng. San Diego, CA. Weight E. Self-efficacy and the influenNal teacher/coach: An examinaNon of collegiate athleNcs, musicians, and tradiNonal students. PresentaNon for the Drexel College Athletes’ Rights & Empowerment Conference, Philadelphia, PA: March, 2016 Wikstrom E. Sixth InternaNonal Ankle Symposium. PredicNng short-term response to plantar massage in those with chronic ankle instability. Dublin, Ireland. October 2015.


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Senior Author / Co-Author Abstract Presentations: 70 Pamukoff DN, Dudley RI, Vakula MN, Blackburn JT. Greater incidence of heelstrike transient in obese compared to normal weight adults. 2016 American Society of Biomechanics Annual MeeNng, Raleigh, NC. Goodwin JS, Blackburn JT, Schwartz T, Williams DSB. Clinical predictors of lower extremity sNffness during running. 2016 American Society of Biomechanics Annual MeeNng, Raleigh, NC. Pamukoff DN, Dudley RI, Vakula MN, Blackburn JT. A comparison of heelstrike transient idenNficaNon methods in obese adults. 2016 Canadian Society of Biomechanics MeeNng, Hamilton, ON. Pamukoff DN, Pietrosimone B, Ryan ED, Weinhold PS, Lewek MD, Lee DR, Blackburn JT. Vibratory sNmuli improve quadriceps funcNon in individuals with ACL reconstrucNon: ImplicaNons for posZraumaNc knee osteoarthriNs. 2016 OsteoarthriNs Research InternaNonal World Congress on OsteoarthriNs, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Pamukoff DN, Pietrosimone B, Ryan ED, Blackburn JT. Quadriceps funcNon and hamstring cocontracNon following anterior cruciate ligament reconstrucNon. 2016 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Annual MeeNng & Clinical Symposia, BalNmore, MD. Pamukoff DN, Pietrosimone B, Ryan ED, Brown LE, Blackburn JT. Whole body vibraNon improves early rate of torque development in individuals with ACL reconstrucNon. 2016 American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, Boston, MA. Lamboley C.R., Dutka T.L., Hanson E.D., Hayes A., Violet J., and G.D. Lamb. ContracNle ProperNes of Type I and Type II Skeletal Muscle Fibres are Altered in Aged Men Undergoing Androgen DeprivaNon Therapy. Poster presentaNon at the AuPS Annual MeeNng. Hobart, Australia, December 2015. Hayes A., Andreacchio N., Timpani C.A., Hanson E.D., and E Rybalka. Effects of Vitamin D SupplementaNon on Dystrophic (mdx) Muscles During Damage and Repair. Oral presentaNon at the AuPS Annual MeeNng. Hobart, Australia, December 2015. Peterson A., Broatch J., Polman R., Halson S., Hanson E.D., and D.J. Bishop. Cold Water Immersion AZenuates Performances Increases and Promotes Fat Loss following Resistance Training. Oral presentaNon at the AuPS Annual MeeNng. Hobart, Australia, December 2015. Sakkal S. and E.D. Hanson. Exercise is a Confounding Factor in Flow Cytometry Experiments: ImplicaNons for Leukocyte and Platelet Phenotype and FuncNon. Poster presentaNon at the Australasian Cytometry Society MeeNng. Perth, Australia, October 2015. Fyfe J.J., Bishop D.J., Hanson E.D., BartleZ J.D., and N.K. Stepto. Workmatched High-Intensity Interval and TradiNonal ConNnuous Endurance Training Similarly AZenuate Maximal Strength Gain during Concurrent Training. Oral presentaNon at the Sports Medicine Australia Conference. Sanctuary Cove, Australia, October 2015. Roos KG, Marshall SW, Golightly YM, Kucera KL, Myers JB, Rosamond WD. Factors associated with AthleNc Trainers’ pracNces regarding the reporNng of overuse injuries to injury surveillance systems. Oral presentaNon at NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon (NATA) Annual Conference, St Louis, MS, June 26, 2015.

Hibberd EE, Berkoff DJ, Kucera KL, Laudner KG, Yu B, Myers JB. Effect of Swim Training on Physical CharacterisNcs in CompeNNve High School Swimmers. Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Annual Conference, St Louis, MS, June 26, 2015. Mihalik J. 2015 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual MeeNng. ValidaNon of an ear-based measurement system for head impact. Tampa, FL. (October 7-10, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 Biomedical Engineering Society Annual MeeNng. Ex vivo evaluaNon of an instrumented mouthguard. Tampa, FL. (October 7-10, 2015). Lynall R., Mauntel T., Padua DA., Mihalik J. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia & AT Expo. Increased acute lower extremity musculoskeletal injury rates following concussion. St. Louis, MO. (June 23-26, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia & AT Expo. No evidence of altered white maZer integrity following sportrelated concussion. St. Louis, MO. (June 23-26, 2015). Mihalik J. 2015 NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia & AT Expo. Effect of viewing a concussion educaNon video followed by in-person reinforcement on parents’ concussion knowledge. St. Louis, MO. (June 23-26, 2015). 2015 American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng. Baseline neurocogniNon and balance do not influence head impact severity in high school football players. San Diego, CA. (May 26-30, 2015). Hegarty, E. & Osborne, B. (2016, February). The role of the NCAA in medical care of student-athletes. Presented at the Sport and RecreaNon Law AssociaNon annual conference, New Orleans, LA. Leeke, R. & Osborne, B. (2016, February). Leveling the playing field: legal ramificaNons of transgender student-athlete parNcipaNon in intercollegiate athleNcs. Presented at the Sport and RecreaNon Law AssociaNon annual conference, New Orleans, LA. McCollum, E. & Osborne, B. (2016, February). Title IX financial aid compliance and full cost of aZendance sNpends: can they coexist? Presented at the Sport and RecreaNon Law AssociaNon annual conference, New Orleans, LA. Lievense, E. & Osborne, B. (2016, February). The protecNon assumed by loss of value contracts and the rights of the student-athlete. Presented at the Sport and RecreaNon Law AssociaNon annual conference, New Orleans, LA. Isom, J. & Osborne, B. (2016, February). An inquiry into the legal ramificaNons of religious pracNces in college athleNcs. Presented at the Sport and RecreaNon Law AssociaNon annual conference, New Orleans, LA. Moorman, A. & Osborne, B. (2016, May). Sexual violence and college athleNcs: an examinaNon of how higher educaNon insNtuNons are managing sexual violence and sexual misconduct invesNgaNons. Presented at the North American Society for Sport Management annual conference, Orlando, FL.


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Senior Author / Co-Author Abstract Presentations cont. McArdle, D. & Osborne, B. (2016, April). Pregnancy DiscriminaNon, Governance Feminism and the US Model of College Sports. Presented at the Socio-Legal Studies AssociaNon annual conference, Lancaster, England. Moorman, A., Osborne, B., & Dodds, M. (2016, February). Sexual assault and college athleNcs: What is being done? Presented at the Sport and RecreaNon Law AssociaNon annual conference, New Orleans, LA. Stanley LE, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Begalle RL, Frank BS, Goto S, Mauntel TC, Blackburn JT, Jordan JM, Pietrosimone B, Spang JT, Padua DA. Ankle range of moNon influences landing biomechanics in females following primary anterior cruciate ligament reconstrucNon. 2015 American Physical Therapy associaNon Combined SecNons MeeNng, Anaheim, CA. Frank, B.S., Mauntel, T.C., de la MoZe, S.J., Goto, S., Begalle, R.L., Stanley, L.E., Padua, D.A. The overhead squat clinical movement assessment can idenNfy athletes with hip range of moNon abnormaliNes predicNve of hip pathology. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng, St. Louis, MO. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):S49, 2015. Mauntel TC, Frank BS, Goto S, Stanley LE, Padua DA. Lower extremity biomechanical changes during a collegiate cross-country season. 2015 American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, San Diego, CA. Frank BS, Mauntel TC, Padua DA. Differences in hip range of moNon profiles in male and female athletes. 2015 American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, San Diego, CA. Goto, S., Gross, M.T., Blackburn, J.T., Berkoff, D.J., Boling, M.C., Padua, D.A. Lower extremity bony alignment influences hip and knee kinemaNcs during a jump-landing. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng, St. Louis, MO. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):S152, 2015. Mauntel, T.C., Frank, B.S., Goto, S., Begalle, R.L., Stanley, L.E., Padua, D.A. Lower extremity movement profiles of incoming Division I collegiate athletes. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng, St. Louis, MO. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):S194, 2015. Stanley, L.E., Padua, D.A., Kerr, Z.Y., Dompier, T.P. Sex differences in the incidence of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in the NaNonal Collegiate AthleNc AssociaNon and High School Basketball and Soccer 2009/10 – 2013/14. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng, St. Louis, MO. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):S84, 2015. Gribbin, T.C., de la MoZe, S.J., Lisman, P., Frank, B.S., Padua, D.A., Beutler, A., Deuster, P. Gender differences in the overhead squat assessment. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng, St. Louis, MO. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):S138, 2015. de la MoZe, S.J., Gribbin, T.C., Lisman, P., Frank, B.S., Padua, D.A., Beutler, A., Deuster, P. AssociaNons between injury history and movement errors on the overhead squat assessment. 2015 N.A.T.A. Annual MeeNng, St. Louis, MO. Journal of AthleNc Training 50(6):S151, 2015. Lepley AS, Thomas AC, Gribble PA, Sohn DH, Pietrosimone BG. Quadriceps strength is associated with quality of life and readiness to return-to-sport in ACLr paNents. Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, San Diego, CA. May 2015.

Luc BA, Harkey MS, Pamukoff DN, Blackburn JT, Pietrosimone B. AlteraNons in IntracorNcal InhibiNon and FacilitaNon Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNon. Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia, St. Louis, MO. June 26, 2015. Harkey MS, Luc BA, Pamukoff DN, Blackburn JT, Pietrosimone B. AssociaNons of Quadriceps Strength, Voluntary AcNvaNon, and IsokineNc Power with Self-Reported FuncNon in PaNents Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNon. Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia, St. Louis, MO. June 26, 2015. Ward SH, Blackburn JT, Padua DA, Stanley LE, Harkey MS, Luc BA, Pietrosimone B. AssociaNons between Quadriceps Spinal Reflex Excitability, CorNcomotor Excitability and Jump-Landing Mechanics in Individuals with Anterior Cruciate Ligament ReconstrucNons. OsteoarthriNs Research Society InternaNonal 2016 Annual MeeNng. Amsterdam, Netherlands, March 31-April 4, 2016. Herzog MM, Driban JB, CaZano NM, Cameron KL, Tourville TW, Marshall SW, Pietrosimone B. Risk of developing knee osteoarthriNs over twentyfour months in parNcipants that decrease walking speed during a twelve month period: An analysis of the OsteoarthriNs IniNaNve. OsteoarthriNs Research Society InternaNonal 2016 Annual MeeNng. Amsterdam, Netherlands, March 31-April 4, 2016. Tevald M, Murray A, Luc B, Sohn D, Lai K, Pietrosimone B. The ContribuNons of Leg Press and Knee Extension Strength and Power to Physical FuncNon in People with Knee OsteoarthriNs. American Physical Therapy AssociaNon Combined SecNons MeeNng. February 2016. Anaheim, California. Bennell KL, Van Ginckel A, Kean CO, Nelligan RK, French SD, Stokes M, Pietrosimone B, Blackburn JT, BaZ M, Hunter DJ, Spiers L, Hinman RS. PaNent Knowledge and Beliefs about knee OsteoarthriNs aner Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury And ReconstrucNon. Presented at the 2016 OARSI World Congress on OsteoarthriNs. April 3, 2016. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Murray A , Thomas A, Armstrong C, Pietrosimone B, Tevald M. The AssociaNons between Quadriceps Muscle Strength, Power, and Knee Joint Mechanics in Knee OsteoarthriNs: A cross-secNonal study. American Physical Therapy AssociaNon Combined SecNons MeeNng. February 2016. Anaheim, California Gribble PA, Terada M, Kosik K, McCann R, Pietrosimone B, Quinlevan M, Thomas AC. PredicNng Lateral Ankle Sprain in Adolescent and Collegiate Athletes Using FuncNonal Tests. InternaNonal Ankle Symposium. 2015.Dublin, Ireland. Terada M, Bowker S, Hiller CE, Thomas AC, Pietrosimone B, Gribble PA. Using a New ClassificaNon System of PosZraumaNc Ankle Instability to QuanNfy Levels of Neuromuscular and Perceived FuncNon. InternaNonal Ankle Symposium. 2015. Dublin, Ireland. Terada M, Bowker S, Thomas AC, Hiller CE, Pietrosimone BG, Gribble PA. IdenNfying the Specific Factors ContribuNng to Self-Reported Disability in Individuals with Chronic Ankle Instability. Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia, St. Louis, MO. June 24, 2015.


Measuring EXSS Impact: 2015-16 By The Numbers

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Senior Author / Co-Author Abstract Presentations cont. Gribble PA, Terada M, Beard MQ, Kosik K, Lepley A, McCann R, Pietrosimone BG, Thomas AC. A Novel Approach for PredicNon of Lateral Ankle Sprains in Football Players using FuncNonal Test Performance. Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia, St. Louis, MO. June 26, 2015. McLeod MM, Pietrosimone B, Gribble PA, Sohn D, Tevald MA, Thomas AC. Quadriceps Strength is Associated with Self-Reported FuncNon in Arthroscopic ParNal Meniscectomy PaNents. Presented at the NaNonal AthleNc Trainers’ AssociaNon Clinical Symposia, St. Louis, MO. June 26, 2015. Ward S, Bryant AL, Pietrosimone B, Bennell K, Clark R, Pearce AJ. Rectus Femoris CorNcomotor Symmetry in Healthy Individuals. Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual MeeNng, San Diego, CA. May 2015. Watanabe, N. M., Yan, G., Popp, N., & Stellar, D. (2015). Sport consumer interest and Web 2.0: An analysis of determinants of online traffic for collegiate sport teams, Sport MarkeNng AssociaNon, Atlanta, Ga. BarneZe, T.J., E.D. Ryan, E.J. Roelofs, E.T. Trexler, H.L. Wingfield, A.J. Tweedell, M.N. Melvin, C.R. Kleinberg, E.J. Sobolewski, and A.E. SmithRyan. Effect of far-infrared compression garments on recovery following acute high intensity eccentric exercise. NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning NaNonal Conference in Orlando, FL July 11, 2015. J Strength Cond Res. 30(1). Kleinberg, C.R., E.D. Ryan, A.J. Tweedell, and C. Wagoner. The influence of muscle size and quality on stair-climb performance in overweight and obese firefighters. NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning NaNonal Conference in Orlando, FL July 11, 2015. J Strength Cond Res. 30(1). Sobolewski, E.J., E.D. Ryan, C.R. Kleinberg, A.J. Tweedell, B. Bokoski, T.J. BarneZe, and A.E. Smith-Ryan. The influence of hydraNon status on changes in body mass during creaNne supplementaNon. NaNonal Strength and CondiNoning NaNonal Conference in Orlando, FL July 11, 2015. J Strength Cond Res. 30(1). Tweedell, A.J., E.D. Ryan, C.R. Kleinberg, J.G. Rosenberg, M.J. Scharville, and E.J. Sobolewski. Testretest reliability of ultrasound derived funcNonal cross-secNonal area and echo intensity values in older men. American College of Sports Medicine naNonal conference in San Diego, CA May 29, 2015. Med Sci Sport Exerc 47(5S). Kleinberg, C.R., E.D. Ryan, A.J. Tweedell, J.G. Rosenberg, M.J. Scharville, and E.J. Sobolewski. The relaNonship between anatomical and funcNonal cross-secNonal area and isometric strength in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine naNonal conference in San Diego, CA May 29, 2015. Med Sci Sport Exerc 47(5S). Smith, C.M., T.J. Herda, J.M. Zuniga, E.D. Ryan, C.L. Camic, H.C. Bergstrom, D.B. Smith, J.P. Weir, J.T., Cramer, K.C. Cochrane, E.C. Hill, N.D.M. Jenkins, T.J. Housh, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. Effects of the innervaNon zone on electromyographic responses during faNguing isometric muscle acNons. American College of Sports Medicine naNonal conference in San Diego, CA May 29, 2015. Med Sci Sport Exerc 47(5S). Wikstrom E. OccupaNonal measures of former NCAA athletes and tradiNonal students. PresentaNon for the College Sport Research InsNtute Conference on College Sport, Columbia, SC: April, 2016 Sixth InternaNonal Ankle Symposium. ReweighNng of visual informaNon in individuals with chronic ankle instability. Dublin, Ireland. October 2015.

Wikstrom E. Sixth InternaNonal Ankle Symposium. Balance training alone is as effecNve as balance training augmented with sensory treatments in those with chronic ankle instability. Dublin, Ireland. October 2015. KaNe R. Hirsch, Meredith G. Mock, Eric T. Trexler, Malia N.M. Blue, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Characterizing metabolic health in overweight and obese women: clinical and scienNfic approaches to quanNfy total and regional body composiNon. 2016 Women In Science Symposium Chapel Hill, NC April, 2016 KaNe R. Hirsch, Eric T. Trexler, Meredith G. Mock, Malia N.M. Blue, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan.RelaNonships between body composiNon, resNng metabolic rate, and fuel uNlizaNon in overweight and obese women. 2016 Southeast Regional American College of Sports Medicine Greenville, SC Feb, 2016 Meredith G. Mock, KaNe R. Hirsch, Eric T. Trexler, Malia N.M. Blue, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Effect of android to gynoid fuel uNlizaNon in overweight and obese populaNons. 2016 Southeast Regional American College of Sports Medicine Greenville, SC Feb, 2016 Erica J. Roelofs, Eric T. Trexler, KaNe R. Hirsch, Meredith G. Mock, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Effects of pomegranate extract on anaerobic exercise performance and resNng cardiovascular responses. 2015 NaNonal Strength & CondiNoning AssociaNon Annual MeeNng Orlando, FL July, 2015 Eric T. Trexler, Erica J. Roelofs, KaNe R. Hirsch, Meredith G. Mock, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Effects of coffee and caffeine anhydrous intake during creaNne loading. 2015 NaNonal Strength & CondiNoning AssociaNon Annual MeeNng Orlando, FL July, 2015 KaNe R. Hirsch, Erica J. Roelofs, Eric T. Trexler, Meredith G. Mock, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Acute effects of a mushroom blend on oxygen kineNcs, peak power, and Nme to faNgue. 2015 NaNonal Strength & CondiNoning AssociaNon Annual MeeNng Orlando, FL July, 2015 Erica J. Roelofs, KaNe R. Hirsch, Eric T. Trexler, Meredith G. Mock, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. The effects of pomegranate extract on anaerobic exercise performance and cardiovascular responses. 2015 InternaNonal Society of Sports NutriNon Annual MeeNng AusNn, TX June, 2015 Eric T. Trexler, Erica J. Roelofs, KaNe R. Hirsch, Meredith G. Mock, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Effects of coffee and caffeine anhydrous on strength and sprint performance. 2015 InternaNonal Society of Sports NutriNon Annual MeeNng AusNn, TX June, 2015 KaNe R. Hirsch, Meredith G. Mock, Erica J. Roelofs, Eric T. Trexler, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Chronic supplementaNon of a mushroom blend on oxygen kineNcs, peak power, and Nme to exhausNon. 2015 InternaNonal Society of Sports NutriNon Annual MeeNng AusNn, TX June, 2015 Meredith G. Mock, KaNe R. Hirsch, Erica J. Roelofs, Eric T. Trexler, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan. Effects of macronutrient intake on fuel uNlizaNon: potenNal sex differences. 2015 InternaNonal Society of Sports NutriNon Annual MeeNng AusNn, TX June, 2015 Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Eric T. Trexler, Erica J. Roelofs, KaNe R. Hirsch. Portable body composiNon assessment in overweight individuals: novel ultrasound imaging. TranslaNonal Science Annual MeeNng Washington DC April, 2015


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Diane Adamson Alain Aguilar Victor Anderson Roberto Aponte Cindy Atkins Catherine Ayers Patrick Barrett Becca Battaglini Claudio Battaglini Troy Blackburn Andy Cahan Jennifer Canders Coyte Cooper Denise Currin J.D. DeFreese Justin Ford Bill Goa Diane Groff Kevin Guskiewicz Anthony Hackney Jason Halsey Kelly Hair Erik Hanson John Hauser Elizabeth Hedgpeth Russell Hobart Kristen Kucera Reggie Hinton Tori Hooker Dallas Jacobs Wayne Johnson Darrell Kidd Shannon Leith Mandy Madden Bob Malekoff

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Lauren Mangili Amy Matthews Jason Mihalik Debra Murray Ashley McCullen Chris McGhee Joel McLawhorn Joseph Myers Kristen Ondrak Barbara Osborne Darin Padua Meredith Petschauer Brian Pietrosimone Nels Popp William Prentice Will Rickman David Rogers Chelsea Rush Eric Ryan Johna Register- Mihalik Corey Rodrigo Sherry Salyer Lee Schimmelfing Edgar Shields Abbie Smith-Ryan Deborah Southall Heather Tatreau Leah Thomas Corrie Walston Erik Wikstrom Liz Walz Erianne Weight Vanessa Woods Howard Wright David Yeargan

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WE WILL TRANSFORM SOCIETY BY DEVELOPING LEADERS AND TRANSLATING SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE INTO PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS Managing Risk

Preventing & Treating Sport / Work Related Injury

Preventing & Treating Chronic Disease / Injury

Exercising Science Solutions

Creating Opportunities for Underrepresented Populations

for Public Impact

Developing Best Practices for Administration / Governance

Optimizing Physical & Psychological Performance

Improving Health & Quality of Life

Enhancing Value & Impact of Sport

Exercising Science Solutions

2015-16 ANNUAL REPORT

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