Monthly Archives: October 2015

Do We Need Hit Counts in Football?

Why We Need Hit Counts in Football Sean Gregory @seanmgregory Oct. 12, 2015 CARE researcher Stefan Duma was quoted by Sean Gregory in a recent Times article. We already count pitches in baseball to save arms. It’s time to track … Continue reading

IU Bloomington joins largest-ever research effort on concussion in sports

Data from student-athletes will support $30 million NCAA-Department of Defense study co-led by IU School of Medicine Oct. 7, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Student-athletes at Indiana University Bloomington will contribute to the largest-ever research study on concussions … Continue reading

Dr. Steven Broglio, concussion expert, Assoc. Professor, Kinesiology ~ University of Michigan

by tacklingcollegesports@gmail.com | Oct 1, 2015 | Podcast Session #11 features an interview with Dr. Steven Broglio, Associate Professor, Kinesiology / Director, NeuroTrauma Research Laboratory ~ University of Michigan. Dr. Broglio is also affiliated with the Michigan Injury Center. In … Continue reading

Steve Broglio: DoD teams up with NCAA to research concussions

The Defense Department has teamed up with the National Collegiate Athletic Association to study the effects of concussions on service members and student-athletes. The project is run by a group of investigators dubbed the Concussion Assessment, Research and Education, or … Continue reading

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