University of Michigan Injury Center Sport Concussion Summit

Thu, September 24, 2015 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Event Details

Speakers

Brian Hainline, M.D., Chief Medical Officer, NCAA
Coach Lloyd Carr
Kevin Guskiewicz, PhD, ATC, University of North Carolina
Stefan Duma, PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Jeffrey Kutcher, MD, Michigan NeuroSport, University of Michigan
Michael McCrea, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin
Chris Randolph, PhD, Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
Grant Baldwin, PhD, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention, CDC
Steve Broglio, PhD, University of Michigan School of Kinesiology
Rudy Castellani, MD, University of Maryland
Sara Chrisman, MD, Seattle Children's Hospital
Tamara C. Valovich McLeod, PhD, ATC, A.T. Still University
Steve Pachman, Esq., Montgomery McCracken
Joanne Gerstner, MSJ, Michigan State University

Location

Junge Family Champions Center at Michigan Stadium

333 E. Stadium Blvd.

Ann Arbor , MI 48104

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Registration

Sponsors

U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation
Michigan Institute for Clinical Health and Research
U-M School of Kinesiology
U-M School of Public Health
U-M Athletic Department
U-M Injury Center

Event Contact

Tina Creguer
734-647-7635

This full day summit will feature a full day of informative, energetic sessions exploring all aspects of sport concussion.  

The morning session is designed for researchers and others with interest in the scientific aspects of concussion.

The afternoon session will feature information beyond the science -- including policy implications, education, legal aspects, the media's role, and more. 

With a balance of in-depth science and thought-provoking discussion led by national experts, this event offers an opportunity to gain a richer understanding of one of today's hottest sports topics. Legendary former U-M football coachLloyd Carr will kick the morning off. The lunchtime keynote speaker will be Brian Hainline, MD, Chief Medical Officer for the NCAA. Once the sessions have ended, you're invited to stay for a complimentary "backstage" tour of U of M's famed Michigan Stadium.

 

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