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Mark Hyman

Mark Hyman, sports journalist, author and adjunct professor of sport management, was a panelist at the Association of Health Care Journalists in Boston. The topic, “Will Research Drive More Changes in School Sports?” focused on the increasing attention that is being paid to the pervasive number of sports injuries.  More than 3.5 million children each year need medical treatment for sports injuries, and more than three dozen states have passed youth concussion safety laws in response to a growing body of research showing the long-term damaging effects of these injuries. Experts are are also working to better protect female athletes, who are more likely to get concussions or sustain knee damage. In addition to Hyman, panelists included:

• Chris Nowinski, co-director, Boston University Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy,
• Kathryn Ackerman, MD, MPH, co-director, Boston Children’s Hospital Female Athlete Program, and
• Moderator: Kelley Weiss, broadcast reporter, CHCF Center for Health Reporting.





Posted by gwsb on March 27, 2013 | Filed under: GWSB News,Presentations.

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MBA Admissions and Experience Blog

The members of the MBA Admissions team contribute to the blog with postings about recruitment tours, events, interviews with current students, and insights about the admissions process. The team is composed of:

Christopher Storer, Executive Director
Jason Garner, Associate Director
Patsy Torres, Assistant Director
Jason Smith, Assistant Director
Shelly Heinrich, Admissions Consultant
Jessica Page, Coordinator