MS, Kinesiology (Concentration in Athletic Training), Temple University
BS, Health Science (Athletic Training), Lock Haven University
Kyle Harris is an instructor and human anatomy and physiology coordinator in the Department of Kinesiology of Temple University. His education background is rooted in the field of athletic training, having received his Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science with a concentration in Athletic Training from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania in 2008 and his Master’s Degree from Temple University in Kinesiology in 2010. He has also been a certified athletic trainer since 2008. His primary area of teaching at Temple University is human anatomy and physiology. His additional administrative responsibilities include supervising anatomy and physiology teaching assistants and staffing of anatomy and physiology courses. His most recent publications have focused on systematic evaluations of studies comparing the prevalence of knee osteoarthritis after surgical and conservative injuries in hopes of reducing long-term risks.
- Evidence-based medicine
- Post-traumatic osteoarthritis in the injured athlete
- Optimizing ACL rehabilitation following surgical and non-surgical treatment