NEW YORK STATE
ATHLETIC TRAINERS'

ASSOCIATION


RESEARCH AND INJURY COMMITTEE

Tracye Rawls-Martin, MS, ATC
research@gonysata2.org

In the early 1990s NYSATA’s Executive Board established the Research and Injury Committee in hopes that it would stimulate more scholarship among the membership. Kent Scriber was appointed its initial chair. There was no specific budget established for awards. The committee established the qualifying criteria for these potential grants. These grants typically ranged between $700.00 and $1500.00, so at that time several thousand dollars had been awarded for research by NYSATA members. Tracye Rawls-Martin/LIU-Brooklyn took over as chair in 2010.

 
CALL FOR GRANT PROPOSALS

The NYSATA Research and Injury Committee would like to take this opportunity to invite Athletic Training Students (undergraduate/graduate), Faculty (full-time/part-time), Preceptors (clinical educators) as well as ATC’s in; Professional Sports, Secondary Schools, Health Care Administration/Rehabilitation, Military, Occupational Health, Performing Arts, and Public Safety to take part in the future of athletic training education by submitting research projects for grant funding during the 2018 academic year.

I encourage you to submit grant proposals for research projects that are new or the ones you’ve had on the back burners forever. It’s time to stop procrastinating, write the grant proposal, and submit it to us no later than May 15th, 2018. This will give us enough time to review your work, enough time to re-submit if necessary and the NYSATA budget department time to allocate funds to jump start the research project during the fall semester and more importantly enough time for you to participate in the poster presentation at the June 2018 NYSATA conference.


In the past, we have awarded $500.00 - $2,000.00 dollars to the following research recipients:

 

NYSATA’s most recent Research Grant Award winner!

2017 Poster Presentation - J Margolies, ATS
“Gluteus Medius Weakness Resulting in Trendelenburg Gait Leads to Femoral Neck Stress Fracture”

 

Previous Award Winners:

2014 Jennifer M. Medina McKeon, PhD, ATC, CSCS
“When will my athlete be back to play?” Generating prognostic resources for Athletic Trainers.”

2008 Michael Dolan, MA, ATC
“The use of accelerometers as a measurement tool for evaluating recovering ankle sprains in collegiate athletes”.

2008 RJ Boergers, MS, ATC
“Kinematic analysis of head/neck movement associated with Lacrosse helmet facemask removal.”

2006 Michael Dolan, MA, ATC
“Effects of intermittent and continuous cryotherapy on edema formation following blunt trauma to hind limbs of rats.”

2005 Karl Kozlowski, MS, ATC
“Aging, inflammation, and muscle healing.”

2004 Michael Dolan, MA, ATC
Development of an animal model to determine effects of RICE and other treatments on edema and time to recovery following contusions and sprains.”

2003 Michael Dolan, MA, ATC
Effect of ibuprofen and high voltage electrical stimulation on edema formation following blunt trauma to hind limbs of rats.”

2002 James Mollosky, MS, ATC
“The effects of a functional core/trunk program on static postural stability.”

2000 Michael Dolan, MA, ATC
“Effects of cold baths and high voltage cathodal electrical stimulation on edema formation following blunt injuries to hid limbs in rats.”

 


Current Committee Chair:
Tracye Rawls-Martin
Tracye.rawls-martin@liu.edu

Current committee members:

Jayne Ellinger
Jayne.Ellinger@Hofstra.edu

Karl Kozlowski
Kozlow13@Canisius.edu

Lauren Kreha

Lauren.Kreha@dancemedu.org


Thomas Koesterer, Abstract Chair

Thomas.koesterer@cortland.edu


Patrick & Jennifer McKeon

pmckeon@ithaca.edu

jmckeon@ithaca.edu

(recluse 2014)

NYSATA MISSON
The mission of the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association shall be to advance, encourage, and improve the profession of athletic training by developing the common interests of its membership for the purpose of enhancing the quality of health care for the physically active in New York State. 


 

NYSATA Mission

The mission of the New York State Athletic Trainers’ Association shall be to advance, encourage, and improve the profession of athletic training by developing the common interests of its membership for the purpose of enhancing the quality of health care for the physically active in New York State.

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