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- Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, 2021, A.T. University, Sport-Related Concussion
- Ph.D., 2019, University of Georgia, Kinesiology, cognate in Athletic Training
- M.S., 2014, A.T. University, Athletic Training
- B.S., 2011, Linfield College, Athletic Training
Michelle Weber Rawlins’ primary research interest is related to understanding and encouraging individuals to seek medical care following a suspected concussion. She has studied concussion disclosure in collegiate athletes, ice hockey athletes, and the United States Air Force Academy cadets. Dr. Rawlins is interested in concussion and whole person health care including mental health and psychosocial considerations. Currently, she aims to continue to examine factors related to concussion disclosure but also studies nutrition practices and medical disqualification following concussion. Outside of academics, Dr. Rawlins loves sports, a good meal, and a group exercise class.