Dr. Jacqueline Phillips is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology. She received her degree in athletic training from The George Washington University and completed her master’s and doctoral degrees in kinesiology at Temple University. She is a certified and licensed athletic trainer and has practiced in the industrial and hospital settings. Phillips serves as a member of the Free Communications Committee for the Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers’ Society.
Past research efforts have included the investigation into genetic predisposition for sport concussion. Her most recent research focuses around the assessment of sport concussion with a focus on the ocular-motor system. Furthermore, she is investigating the best education practices behind health care clinician’s implementing new concussion assessment techniques into their regular concussion exam protocol.
- PhD, Kinesiology, Temple University
- MS, Kinesiology, Temple University
- BS, Athletic Training, The George Washington University