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Michael Gay PhD, ATC

Michael Gay PhD, ATC

Assistant Athletic Trainer, Men’s & Women’s Cross Country/Men’s & Women’s Track & Field, Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania

Dr. Gay received his BS degree in 1999 at the University of Maine, and his MS degree in Kinesiology 2001 from the Penn State University, and now holds a PhD in Kinesiology from Penn State University. Dr. Gay has been an athletic trainer for 24 years and currently works at Penn State as an athletic trainer. He is a collaborator and researcher within the Penn State Sports Concussion Research and Service Lab.

As a practicing clinician, he gives clinical direction and feedback to project creation and data collection as it pertains to the treatment and management of sports-related mTBI. This collaboration has lead to an expansion of the depth and breadth of modalities used to diagnose/evaluate subjects recovering from mTBI. This multi-modal approach is critical in evaluating sub-clinical abnormalities and providing data points towards a comprehensive approach in the treatment and management of athletes recovering from sports related brain injury.