Nicholas S Mirabito

Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
1800 N Broad Street


Nicholas Mirabito is an instructor and human anatomy and physiology laboratory coordinator in the Department of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Temple University. His educational background is rooted in the field of athletic training, having received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training from the University of Pittsburgh in 2018 and his master’s degree from Temple University in kinesiology with a concentration in athletic training in 2020. He has also been a certified athletic trainer since 2018. His primary area of teaching at Temple University is human anatomy and physiology, where he enjoys bringing his clinical experience into the classroom. His additional administrative responsibilities include coordinating the anatomy and physiology laboratories and supervising anatomy and physiology teaching assistants.


  • MS, Kinesiology, Temple University
  • BS, Athletic Training, University of Pittsburgh

Curriculum Vitae 

Research Interests

  • Soft-Tissue Adaptations in Overhead Athletes
  • Injury Prevention
  • Rehabilitation Science

Courses Taught




KINS 1021

Golf II


KINS 1224

Human Anatomy and Physiology II


KINS 2424

Functional Anatomy for Kinesiology


Selected Publications

  • Mirabito, N.S., Topley, M., & Thomas, S.J. (2022). Acute Effect of Pitching on Range of Motion, Strength, and Muscle Architecture. Am J Sports Med, 50(5), pp. 1382-1388. United States. doi: 10.1177/03635465221083325