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Jacob E. Resch, Ph.D., ATC

ADDRESS jer6x@virginia.edu

Department of Kinesiology, Work 434.243.6525

223A Memorial Gymnasium Fax 434.924.1389

University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA 22904 EDUCATION

Doctorate of Philosophy The University of Georgia 2006 - 2010

Major: Exercise Science

Emphasis: Measurement and Athletic Training Dissertation: Reliability of a Computerized Neuropsychological Test

Master of Science South Dakota State University 2004 –2006

Major: Exercise and Sport Science

Thesis: Subjective Aspects of Prophylactic Knee Bracing

Bachelor of Science South Dakota State University 1999 – 2004

Major: Health Promotions; Minor: Health Science

Bachelor of Science South Dakota State University 1999 – 2003

Major: Athletic Training PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

University of Virginia 2014 – Present

Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology

Serve as faculty in a Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) Post-Professional Athletic Training Education Program. Course instruction includes a

graduate student Seminar in Athletic Training and an undergraduate course, the Neuroscience of Exercise. Also serve as research faculty within the Exercise and Sport Injury Laboratory conducting research on current and innovative measure of sport related concussion.

Brain Injury and Sport Concussion Institute

Serve as research faculty within the BISC-I in order to conduct innovative inter-disciplinary research in adult and adolescent athletes. Current research includes investigating the

measurement properties of current and novel measures of concussion to assist with the diagnosis and management of this injury as well factors which effect recovery.

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University of Texas at Arlington 2010 - Present Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology

Served as faculty in a CAATE Accredited Athletic Training Education Program. Course instruction included: Lower Extremity Assessment laboratory, Upper Extremity Assessment lecture, Introduction to Athletic Training, and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Also assisted with the development of the Entry-Level Masters Athletic Training Program.

Director of the Brain Injury Laboratory 2010 – Present

Directed the University of Texas at Arlington’s first Brain Injury Laboratory where cutting edge investigations were conducted related to concussion. Responsibilities included the design and implementation of collaborative (interdisciplinary and multi-institution) and innovative studies and the dissemination of results, pursuing internal and external funding, and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students. Research conducted in the Brain Injury Laboratory has resulted in several peer reviewed abstracts, national and international presentations, and publications.

Director of the UT Arlington Concussion Summit 2012/2013

Served as Director of the UT Arlington Concussion Summit. Responsibilities included: program design and implementation, securing external sponsorship, marketing, and facility

management. The UT Arlington Concussion Summit brought together sport-related

concussion experts from UCLA, the University of Michigan, the University of Georgia, Purdue University, UT Dallas, UT Southwestern, The Shepherd Center, A.T. Still University and Ohio University in order to educate area health care providers, coaches, parents and athletes about sport-related concussion.

University of Georgia

Graduate Teaching Assistant - Graduate School 2009

Graduate Seminar Co-Instructor

Co-instructor for the Department of Kinesiology course Graduate Student Teaching Seminar. Topics addressed included course structure, management, and pertinent issues.

1 semester (1 section)

Graduate Teaching Assistant - Department of Kinesiology 2006 – 2009

Athletic Training Education Program 2006 - 2009

Instructor for the accredited Athletic Training Education Program. Taught the lab conjunction with an introductory course for the field of Athletic Training. Served as approved clinical instructor for Athletic Training students. 6 semesters (27 sections)

Athletic Training Study Abroad Program 2008

Instructor for Athletic Training study abroad experience in Taipei, Taiwan. Responsibilities included program development and implementation, student supervision and academic and clinical instruction. 1 semester (1 section)

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Graduate Research Assistant – Department of Kinesiology 2006 – 2010

Project Director for Sport-Related Concussion Program 2006 – 2010

Conducted baseline and follow-up tests on University of Georgia athletes for sport-related concussion. Tests utilized were ImPACT, the Neurocom Smart Balance Master Sensory Organization Test, and self-reported symptoms. Research was conducted from collected data and is currently in manuscript preparation.

Project Director for Monitoring Environmental Conditions

and Exertional Heat Illness in Intercollegiate Football 2006-2008

Organized and managed an extensive database from 64 participating universities which addressed environmental and heat injury incidence. Additional responsibilities included communicating between participating universities and statistical analysis. Research was funded by the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Project Director for The Risk of Exertional Heat Injuries

In Interscholastic Football 2009 – 2010

Organized and managed an extensive database from 25 participating Georgia high schools regarding environmental and heat injury incidence. Additional responsibilities included orientation, meeting, maintaining communication between all participating

high school Athletic Trainers, and conducting statistical analyses. Research was funded by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Research and Education Foundation, The Georgia High School Athletic Association, Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the National

Federation of State High School Associations. South Dakota State University

Graduate Teaching Assistant 2003 – 2006

Health Promotions Education Program 2003 – 2005

Instructor for the Health and Physical Education and Recreation course Wellness.

Responsibilities included lesson plan development, implementation and delivery of community education programs regarding various topics in health. 3 semesters (11 sections)

Athletic Training Education Program 2005 – 2006

Co-instructor for the course Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries. Taught lecture and laboratory components of an introductory athletic training course. Topics taught included preventative taping and bracing and common injuries in sport. Also served as approved clinical instructor for Athletic Training students. 2 semesters (4 sections)

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Biology 2003 - 2004

Instructor for Anatomy course. Responsibilities included lesson plan development, course instruction, quiz and test development, and cadaver dissection. 2 semesters (4 sections)

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CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Certified Athletic Trainer 2008 - Present

Pro Therapy, Gainesville, GA. Contracted Athletic Trainer for Banks County High School, Homer, GA

Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer 2005 - 2006

South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD: High School Outreach; Responsible for: injury prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation at practice and games; clinical preceptor for undergraduate athletic training students; organized and presented educational seminars regarding nutrition to seven area high schools.

Head Athletic Trainer 2005

J Robinson Basketball Camp, Minneapolis, MN. Responsible for: injury prevention, evaluation, treatment and rehabilitation of camp participants; served as supervisor for a certified athletic trainer and two athletic training students.

Certified Athletic Trainer 2004 - 2006

Orthopedic Institute, Sioux Falls, SD. Position included clinic and high school outreach responsibilities.

Fitness Coordinator 2004

Central YMCA, London, England. Responsibilities included development and implementation of group fitness and health education programs. Additional responsibilities included

educational outreach services to less privileged areas and restructuring of the Central YMCA Holistic Health Center.

SCHOLARSHIP

Refereed Journal Publications

Resch J, May B, Tomporowski P, Ferrara M. Balance Performance with a Cognitive Task: A

Continuation of the Dual-Task Testing Paradigm. Journal of Athletic Training, 2011;46(2): 170-175.

Resch J, Brown CN, Macciocchi SN, Walpert K, Baumgartner TA, Ferrara MS. ImPACT Test-Retest Reliability: Reliably Unreliable? Journal of Athletic Training, 2013; 48(4): 506-511.

Ferrara MS, Cooper EB, Casa D, Powell J, Broglio SP, Resch JE, Courson R. The Risk of Exertional Heat Illness in Intercollegiate Football. Journal of Athletic Training, Accepted with Revisions. Resch J, Brown CN, Macciocchi SN, Walpert K, Ferrara MS. The Equivalence of Alternate Forms

of the ImPACT, Clinical Neuropsychologist, 2013; 27(8): 1265 – 1280.

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ImPACT. Athletic Training and Sport Health Care, Athletic Training and Sport Health care, 2013; 5(6): 272-281.

Resch JE, McCrea MA, Cullum CM. Computerized Neurocognitive Testing in the Management of Sport Related Concussion: An Update, Neuropsychology Review, 2013; 23: 335 – 349. Manuscripts in Review

Resch J, Lee HR, Olejnik S, Ferrara MF, Brown CN. Sensitivity and specificity of the ImPACT

Test Battery for concussion in collegiate athletes. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, In review.

Manuscripts In Preparation

Resch J, Keeler K, Brown C, Ferrara M. Relationship between weather station data and heat/thermal stress monitors. Journal of Athletic Training, In preparation.

Resch J, Ferrara M. Post-traumatic Hypopituitarism: Meta-analysis and review. Neurosurgery, In preparation.

Resch J, Lee HR, Brown CN, Baumgartner TA, Olejnik S, Walpert K, Macciocchi SN.,

Ferrara MS. Predictors of symptom resolution following sport-related concussion. Journal of Athletic Training, In preparation.

Resch, J, Kelly DF, Chaloner C. Quality of life before and 3 months after minimally invasive malignant and benign brain tumor removal. Neurosurgery, In preparation.

Resch J, Kelly DF, Chaloner C. Quality of life before and 6 to 12 months after minimally invasive malignant and benign brain tumor removal. In preparation.

Resch JE, Schneider M, Cullum CM. The Reliability of Three Computerized Neurocognitive Tests used to Assess Sport-Related Concussion. In Preparation.

Resch JE, Warren WS, Ray C, Ricard M. The Reliability of Three Computerized Measures of Balance used to Assess Sport-Related Concussion. In Preparation.

Refereed Abstracts

Resch JE, Brown CN, Baumgartner TA, Walpert K, Macciocchi SN, Ferrara MS. (2013) The Influence of Mood State on ImPACT Baseline Test Performance. Journal of Athletic Training, 48(3), S-196.

Resch JE, Macciocchi SN, Ferrara MS. (2012) Equivalence of Alternate Forms of a Computerized Neuropsychological Test. Journal of Athletic Training.47(3), S-119.

Fincher AL, Resch JE, Trowbridge C, Krawietz P. (2012) Students’ Perceptions of an Integrated Standardized Patient Program. Journal of Athletic Training. 47(3), S-119.

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Resch JE, Brown CN, Baumgartner TA., Walpert K., Macchiocchi SN, Ferrara MS. (2011) Reliability of a computerized neuropsychological test. Journal of Athletic Training, 46(3).

Resch JE, Lee HR, Brown CN, Baumgartner TA, Olejnik S, Walpert K, Macciocchi SN,

Ferrara MS. (2010). Predictors of symptom resolution following sport-related concussion. Journal of Athletic training, 45(3), S-20.

Piland SG, Byon KK, Ferrara MS, Lee HR, Resch JE, Gould, TE. (2010). Corroborative factorial evidence for responses to a self-report concussion symptom scale. Journal of Athletic Training, 45(3), S-19.

Resch J., Lee HR, Olejnik S, Ferrara MF, Brown CN. (2009) Sensitivity and specificity of the ImPACT Test Battery for concussion in collegiate athletes. Journal of Athletic Training, 44, S-45.

Resch J, May B, Tomporowski P, Ferrara M. (2008) Balance Performance with a Cognitive Task: A Continuation of the Dual-Task Testing Paradigm. Journal of Athletic Training, 43, S-34. Resch J, Keeler K, Brown C. Cooper E, Ferrara MS. (2007). Relationship between weather station

data and heat stress/thermal environmental monitors. Nominee for Doctoral Abstract Award Journal of Athletic Training, 42, S-17.

Popular Publications

Resch J. (2004). Get a move on. Positive Nation, 101. world wide

web:http://www.positivenation.co.uk/issue101/features/feature2/feature2.htm Textbook Chapters

Resch J. Head Injuries. (2012): Head Injuries. In Athletic Training and Sports

Medicine: An Integrated Approach. 5th ed. Starkey C. & Johnson G. (Ed). Jones & Bartlett, 2012.

Refereed Poster Presentations

Resch JE, Brown CN, Baumgartner TA, Walpert K, Macciocchi SN, Ferrara MS. (2013) The Influence of Mood State on ImPACT Baseline Test Performance. Journal of Athletic Training, 48(3), S-196.

Resch JE, Macciocchi SN, Ferrara MS. Equivalence of Alternate Forms of a Computerized Neuropsychological Test. St. Louis, MO, June 2012

Miles JD, Cooper E, Resch J, Ferrara MS. Exertional Heat Illness During a Single Interscholasitc Football Season in Georgia. New Orleans, LA, June 2011.

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Refereed Oral Presentations

Fincher AL, Resch JE, Trowbridge C, Krawietz P. Students’ Perceptions of an Integrated Standardized Patient Program. St. Louis, MO, June 2012

Lee, HR, Resch, J, Brown, CN, Ferrara MS. A Survey of Knowledge Differences of Sport-Related Concussion between Contact and Non-contact Sports in South Korea. New Orleans, LA, June 2011

Resch JE, Brown CN, Baumgartner TA, Walpert K., Macchiocchi, SN, Ferrara MS. Reliability of a Computerized Neuropsychological test. New Orleans, LA, June 2011

Resch J, Lee HR, Olejnik S, Ferrara MF, Brown CN. Sensitivity and Specificity of the

ImPACT Test Battery for concussion in collegiate athletes. Invited Speaker: Nominated best concussion abstract, and presented in the session, “Sport Related Concussion: Are we heading in the right direction?” San Antonio, Texas, June 2009

Ferrara MS, Cooper E, Broglio SP, Casa DJ, Powell JW, Resch J. The Incidence of Exertional Heat Illness in American Football. 2008 International Convention on Science, Education and Medicine in Sport. Guangzhou, China, August 2008.

Resch J, May B, Tomporowski P, Ferrara M. Balance Performance with a Cognitive Task: A Continuation of the Dual-Task Testing Paradigm. St. Louis, MO, June 2008

Resch J, Keeler K, Brown CN, Cooper E, Ferrara MS. Relationship Between Weather Station Data and Heat Stress/Thermal Environmental Monitors. Anaheim, CA, June 2007 Invited Presentations

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Developments if Computerized Neurocognitive Testing: Considerations for the Athletic Trainer, Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Atlanta, GA, March 2014.

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Investigating the Incorporation of Balance in the Military Setting. National Intrepid Center of Excellence, Washington, D.C., October 2013.

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Clinical Scenarios and Acute Assessment and Management of Sport Concussion. Concussion Symposium of West Texas, El Paso, TX, August 2013.

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Testing the Test: Building an Evidence Based Sport Management Protocol. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia, Las Vegas, NV, June 2013.

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Concussion Evaluation Tools: Sideline to Clinic. Dallas-Fort Worth Sports Medicine Symposium. Arlington, TX, April 2013.

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Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Testing the Test: An Evaluation of Computerized Neurocognitive Tests. Pearson Safeguarding Student Athletes Webinar Series, February 2013.

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Understanding the Athlete’s Heart: A Dissection. Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Competency Workshop, January 2013.

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Assessing Sport-Related Concussion in Young and Adult Athletes. Gladiators in the 21st Century, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, CA, November, 2012.

Leverenz L, Ferrara MS, Resch J. Invited Speaker: Sport-related Concussion Management: From the Field to the Laboratory. International Convention on Science Education and Medicine in sport (Pre-Olympic Congress) Glasgow, UK, July 2012.

Resch JE. Invited Speaker: Sport-Related Concussion. Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia. Addison, TX, July 2012

Fincher L, Stuckey D, Resch J. Invited Speaker: Education Update: Teaching the New Acute Care Skills. Houston, TX, July 2011.

Resch JE, Invited Speaker: Understanding the Anatomy of a Sport-Related Concussion: A Dissection. Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association Competency Workshop, January 2013. Towne B, Leverenz L, Zuest G, Resch J. Hemicovich, M., Russell, J. Invited Speaker:

International Opportunities in Athletic Training: An Update. Philadelphia, PA, June 2010 Resch J, Lee HR., Olejnik S, Ferrara MF, Brown CN. Sensitivity and Specificity of the

ImPACT Test Battery for concussion in collegiate athletes. Invited Speaker: Nominated best concussion abstract, and presented in the session, “Sport Related Concussion: Are we heading in the right direction?” San Antonio, Texas, June 2009

Resch J. Invited Speaker: International Opportunities in Athletic Training. NATA Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, June, 2008

Additional Presentations

Resch J. Psychometric Properties of Computerized Neuropsychological Tests. UT Arlington Concussion Summit. Arlington, TX, April, 2013.

Resch J. Sport Related Concussion. Sunrise Rotary Club, Arlington, TX. May 2012.

Resch J. Sport Related Concussion. Great Southwest Arlington Rotary Club, Arlington, TX. March 2012.

Resch J. Psychometric Properties of Clinical Measures of Concussion. UT Arlington Concussion Summit. Arlington, TX, March, 2012.

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October, 2011.

Resch J. Sport Related Concussion. Kiwanis Club of Arlington Southwest, Arlington, TX. June 2011. Resch J., Nowinski C. Concussion Clinic. The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.

February 2011.

Resch J., Ferrara M., Walpert K., Butryn M. Stay Ahead of the Game: Sport-Related Concussion Seminar. University of Georgia Sports Medicine Workshop. St. Mary’s Hospital, Athens, GA, April 2009.

Resch J. Psychological aspects of an Athlete’s Perception of Injury. NATA District 5 annual meeting. Sioux Falls, SD. March, 2003.

Published Media

Guskiewicz K, Broglio SP, Kuehl M, Resch JE, Cantu RC. The Concussion Dilemma: Are We Headed in the Right Direction? Healthy Learning, DVD, 2010.

GRANTS SUBMITTED AND/OR FUNDED Bertec

Examining a Novel Measure of Computerized Pending $500,000 Postural Assessment

Collaborators: Michael Ferrara, Ph.D. Phillip Tomporowski, Ph.D. NeuroChaos

Examining the use of Transcranial Doppler to Pending $60,000 Assess Sport-Related Concussion

NIH R03

Objective Assessment of Sports Concussion using Not Funded August 2013 Optical Brain Imaging

Collaborators: Fenghua Tian, Ph.D. C. Munro Cullum, Ph.D.

NATA Research and Education Foundation Not Funded June 2013 The Value of Certified Athletic Trainers in

Improvement of Patient Outcomes and Quality of Life in Pediatric Athletes Diagnosed with Sport-Related Concussion

Collaborators: Bernadette Olson, Ed.D., AT Michael Ferrara, Ph.D., AT Steven Broglio, Ph.D., AT C. Munro Cullum, Ph.D., ABPP

Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Not Funded June 2013 Evidence Based Diagnosis and Care Improves

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Patient Centered Outcomes in Concussed Rural Youth

Role: Consultant

UTA/UTD/TI/THRE Medical Technology Research Not Funded June 2013 Program

Collaborators: John Hart, Jr., M.D.

C. Munro Cullum, Ph.D., ABPP/CN Nyaz Didehbani, Ph.D.

Damond Blueitt, M.D. April R. Wiechmann, Ph.D.

Center for Disease Control Not Funded August 2012

The Longitudinal Effects of Sport Related Concussion in Pediatric Athletes

Collaborator: Dr. Munro Cullum NATA Research and Education Foundation

The Impact of Athletic Trainers on Reducing Depression

Quality of Life Deficits in Young Athletes Not Funded June 2012 Diagnosed with Concussion

Collaborators: Michael Ferrara, Ph.D., ATC Bernadette Olson, Ed.D., ATC Steven Broglio, Ph.D., ATC

UTA/UTD/TI/THRE Medical Technology Research Not Funded June 2011 Program

Virtual Reality Platform for Assessment, Intervention

And Rehabilitation (V-RePAIR)

Collaborator: Chris Ray, Ph.D., David Keller, Ph.D. NOCSAE

A Study of Concussion in High School Athletes Not Funded June 2011 Collaborator: Michael S. Ferrara, Ph.D., ATC

Munro Cullum, Ph.D. Daniel F. Kelly, M.D.

UTA Research Enrichment Program Funded June 2011 $9,900 Hormonal Consideration of Concussion

NCAA Graduate Research Grant Not Funded August 2009

Hormonal Considerations of Concussion Collaborator: Michael S. Ferrara, Ph.D., ATC

Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association: Fellowship Grant Funded July 2009 $500 John Wayne Cancer Institute

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NATA Doctoral Grant Not Funded June 2009 Hormonal Considerations of Concussion

Collaborator: Michael S. Ferrara, Ph.D., ATC

SEATA Graduate Research Grant: Not Funded April 2009 Hormonal Considerations of Concussion

Collaborator: Michael S. Ferrara, Ph.D., ATC

Kindig Award: University of Georgia College of Education Not Funded April 2009 Hormonal Considerations of Concussion

Collaborator: Michael S. Ferrara, Ph.D., ATC ADDITIONAL FUNDING/GIFTS

NeuroCom, a division of Natus Fall 2010 $100,000

NeuroCom Smart Balance Master

NeuroCom, a division of Natus Spring 2012 $16,000

VSR Sport

Bertec Fall 2012 $16,000

Bertec Sports Advantage

Center for the Study of Human Operator Performance Summer 2011 $2000 Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics

CogState Limited Summer 2011 $1000

CogState

CNS Vital Signs Summer 2011 $1300

MEMBERSHIP/CERTIFICATIONS

National Athletic Trainers’ Association – Certified Athletic Trainer. Board of Certification: Certification #010402044 granted in 2004 Texas Department of State Health Services, License #AT4927, 2010 - Present Georgia Board of Athletic Trainers. License #AT001365. 2006 – 2010

South Dakota Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners. License #0229. 2004 – 2006. American Heart Association Instructor 2011 – Present

American Heart Association (CPR/AED) 2006 – Present Clinical Preceptor

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University of Georgia 2006 – Present

South Dakota State University 2005 – 2006 PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

National Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2006 – Present

World Federation of Athletic Trainers’ and Therapists, 2006 – Present Georgia Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2006 –Present

Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2006 – Present South Dakota Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2002 – 2006 Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association, 2002 – 2006

REVIEWER/REFEREE FOR PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS AND BOOKS National Athletic Trainers’ Research and Grant Reviewer, 2012 – Present Education Foundation

American Institute of Biological Sciences Grant Reviewer, 2011 – Present REVIEWER/REFEREE FOR PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS AND BOOKS Cengage Publishing Text Book Reviewer, 2012 – Present Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Text Book Reviewer, 2010 - Present Athletic Training and Sport Health Care Reviewer, 2012 – Present

Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Reviewer, 2012 – Present The Clinical Neuropsychologist Reviewer 2012 – Present Journal of Athletic Training Reviewer 2008 – Present TEACHING

Masters Students – Major Advisor

Student Thesis Title Completion Date Current Employer

William S. Warren The Reliability and Concurrent Validity of Clinical Measures of Balance.

May, 2013 Baylor Sports

Medicine, Dallas, TX

Undergraduate Students – Honors Thesis

Student Thesis Title Completion Date Current Status

Brandon Esianor The Effect of Caffeine Supplementation on the ImPACT

May, 2014 Medical Student University of Texas Medical Branch

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Modified the following Courses – Spring 2012 KINE 3324 – Upper Extremity Assessment Lecture KINE 2420 – Introduction to Athletic Training Modified the following Course – Fall 2011 KINE 4132 – Senior Seminar in Athletic Training Modified the following Courses – Fall 2010 KINE 3130 – Lower Extremity Assessment Laboratory

Emergency Medical Technician – Basic Program – Summer 2012

Developed a relationship between the Tarrant County College EMT-B program and UT Arlington’s Athletic Training Education Program to offer an EMT-B program specifically for current and former athletic training students as well as clinical preceptors.

Visiting Scholar Program (National Taiwan Sport University) – Fall 2011 – Present Developed an exchange program (3 to 16 weeks) to host up to 2 NTSU athletic training students. Designed a curriculum in which NTSU students would engage in: didactic, clinical, research, and cultural experiences to increase their understanding of sports medicine in the United States. Study Abroad in Athletic Training - Spring 2011 – Present

Developed a 3 week study abroad program for athletic training students in Barcelona, Spain. Specifically, the program was designed to introduce students to European sports medicine at the Centre de Fisioterapia Toni Bove.

Athletic Training Workshop – Summer 2011 – 2012

Director of the UT Arlington Athletic Training Workshop. The UTA Athletic Workshop was a 3 day workshop dedicated to educating high school students about the field of Athletic Training. The workshop incorporated internal faculty and clinical staff as well as external experts to cover each domain of athletic training.

Credit Courses Taught

Lower Extremity Assessment Laboratory (2 Semesters) Upper Extremity Assessment Lecture (2 Semesters) Introduction to Athletic Training (2 Semesters) Athletic Training Senior Seminar (1 Semester) SERVICE

Professional Service

National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification

Evidence Based Practice Panel Committee Member January 2013 – Present

National Athletic Trainers’ Association July 2012 – July 2013

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World Federation of Athletic Trainers’ and Therapists November 2011 - Present Marketing Committee Chair

Southwest Athletic Trainers’ Association July 2011 – Present

Student Research and Education Committee Chair

Texas Department of State Health Services 2011 & 2012

State License Examiner and Model

World Federation of Athletic Trainers’ and Therapists 2009

World Congress Moderator, San Antonio, TX

National Athletic Trainers’ Association July 2008 – Present

International Committee Member

NATA Board of Certification 2006

Exam Site Host, Athens, GA

World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy June 2004 – Present

Web Designer and Communications Committee Chair University Service

University of Texas at Arlington

McNair Scholar Mentor 2012

Mentee: Jessica Lair

Research Project: Age and Gender Differences in Pediatric Athletes using the Sensory Organization Test

College of Education and Health Professions Dean’s Cabinet 2012 - Present

College of Education and Health Professions Faculty Advisory

Committee 2012 – Present

Department of Kinesiology Graduate Studies 2011 – Present

Department of Kinesiology Research Committee 2011 – Present

College of Education and Health Professions Committee Elections

And Appointments 2010 – 2011

Graduate Studies Committee 2010 – Present

Grievance Committee 2010 – 2012

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Future Faculty Program August 2009 – Present

Educational Luncheon Series Organizer 2008 – 2010

Community Service

Tarrant County Safe Community Initiative 2011 – Present

Sport-Injury Task Force Member

Sportsconcussions.org 2011 – Present

Medical Advisory Board Member SPECIAL HONORS AND AWARDS Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Nominated for Young Leaders Award 2012

Nominated as a RWJF Young leader which is defined as an individual who offers great promise for leading the way to improved health care for all. Nominated for research associated with concussion.

National Athletic Trainers’ Association

Doctoral Abstract Finalist 2007

Nominated as a doctoral abstract award finalist for the abstract entitled

“Relationship between weather station data and heat stress/thermal environmental monitors.” National Athletic Trainers’ Annual Symposia, Anaheim, CA, 2007.

The University of Texas at Arlington Department of Kinesiology

Freshman Leaders on Campus Recognition

Recognized for outstanding teaching in the freshman level course, 2011 - 2013 Introduction to Athletic Training.

University of Georgia

Department of Kinesiology

Outstanding Teaching Award 2007

Awarded the Outstanding Teaching Award as result of student and faculty evaluations. Only sixty-four awards are given campus-wide to graduate student instructors.

Nominated for Excellence in Teaching Award 2008

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evaluations, University of Georgia. I was chosen to represent our department for this campus wide award.

SELECTED MEDIA APPEARENCES Television and Radio

“New Guidelines of Pediatric Concussion.” KLIF/ 570 AM – Dallas, TX, October 29, 2013

“Studying the Effects of Concussion on Young Athletes.” CBS DFW – Dallas, TX, August 30, 2013 “Texas Moves to 90-Minute Limit Per Week on Full Contact Football Practice” NBC5 – Dallas, TX, June, 11, 2013

“The 2nd Annual UT Arlington Concussion Summit,” KRLD/1080 AM – Dallas, TX, April 14, 2013

“The 2nd Annual UT Arlington Concussion Summit,” WFAA/ABC 8 – Dallas, TX, April 14, 2013 “The 2nd Annual UT Arlington Concussion Summit,” KLIF/570 AM – Dallas, TX, April 11, 2013 “Putting Their Heads Together For Concussion Research,” KERA - Dallas, TX, April 10, 2013 http://keranews.org/post/putting-their-heads-together-concussion-research-0

“Knocking out Concussions” KDFW - Fox 4 – Dallas, TX; March 9, 2012 “Concussion Summit” WFAA - ABC 8 – Dallas, TX; March 9, 2012 “Concussion Update” NBC 5 – Dallas, TX; February 12, 2012 “Concussion Study” NBC 5 – Dallas, TX; February 5, 2012

“Concussion Report” WFAA - ABC 8 – Dallas, TX; October 26, 2011 “Exertional Heat Illness” WFAA – ABC 8 – Dallas, TX; August 1, 2011

“High School Concussion Study Under Way” NBC 5 – Dallas, TX; January 15, 2011 Newspaper and Print

“Residual problems of concussions have helped raise awareness of symptoms, treatment” Spine Surgery Today, March/April 2014: http://www.healio.com/spine-surgery/cervical/news/print/spine- surgery-today/%7B15b98c85-f5e9-4779-9f33-ee02ca8fea56%7D/residual-problems-of-concussions-have-helped-raise-awareness-of-symptoms-treatment

“Researchers Question Alternate Forms of ImPACT Concussion Tests” Education Week, October 22, 2013

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“It’s too darn hot: Dallas hits 100 degrees, follow these heat safety tips for the summer” Dallas News, June 11, 2013

“ImPACT Concussion Test Found to Be Unreliable at Times” Education Week, June 7, 2013 “Popular Concussion Test Inaccurate, Study Says,” The Active Times, June 6, 2013

“Dr. Jacob Resch Pushes For More Meticulous Study of Concussions,” Sportsideo, May 9, 2013 “Concussion Test May Not be Panacea, ESPN, August 23, 2012

“UT Arlington to host concussion clinic ahead of Super Bowl XLV” UT Arlington News Center; January 27, 2011

“Sherrington: Players like Steelers’ James Harrison must take concussions seriously” Dallas News; February 3, 2011

“UT Arlington research tests reliability of popular concussion measurement tool” UT Arlington News Center; June 24, 2011

“Fort Worth marching bands get creative to practice amid record heat” Fort Worth Star Telegram; August 3, 2011

“Concussion Study Results Revealed” NBCDFW.COM; February 7, 2012

“Moose Johnston to speak at UTA Summit on Concussions” Fort Worth Star Telegram; February 29, 2012.

“UT Arlington team studying concussions in DFW student-athletes” Fort Worth Star Telegram; March 8, 2012

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