2015 Daniel’s Dash 5K Run/Walk: Be a Participant

UConcussion invites you to join the 2015 Daniel’s Dash, a 5 mile run and walk for raising funds for concussion awareness through Sports Legacy’s SLICE program. Daniel’s Dash is a memorial run in remembrance of Daniel Brett, a high school football athlete who suffered multiple concussion injuries. Read more about Daniel and the Dash at:danielsdash.org/daniels-story […]

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Chris Nowinski meets with UConcussion and WQAM Sports Radio 560

This Thanksgiving weekend, Chris Nowinski, president of the Sports Legacy Institute (SLI), met with the UConcussion team and WQAM Sports Radio 560 to speak about the work and research currently ongoing at SLI. WQAM’s commentator Don Bailey Jr. interviewed Chris about Sports Legacy’s program, its studies, and SLI’s development of preventative measures to protect athletes […]

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Miami-Dade Public Schools Raps about Concussion Safety

UConcussion visited G. Holmes Braddock High School to film student Terry “Chopper” Hilton performing “Look Look, Concussion,” an original rap by Terry about the importance of taking yourself out of play when you have a concussion. Watch the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqd-8CbDY7U Special thanks to: Miami-Dade County Public Schools G. Holmes Braddock High School Daniel Brotons Letty […]

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Football Concussion Detection Sensors on ABC Good Morning America

ABC’s Good Morning America has released a video report covering the emerging technology of using helmet sensors to detect football concussion injuries. UConcussion’s very own Dr. Hotz is featured, pointing out that the technology is a welcome addition, and needs to be developed further for players of various ages. Watch the video at: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/helmet-sensors-athletes-safe-25426937#.VBGfti7RXrA.email

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