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Protect the Player, Protect the Game

Started Oct 27, 2018


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About the Webinar

This webinar introduces an emerging public health topic – subconcussive brain damage. Dr. Kawata will highlight the several of notable events and introduce his works that aim to address: how many head impacts are safe enough for athletes?

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Meet the Presenter

Keisuke Kawata, Ph.D., ATC is a clinical neuroscientist and athletic trainer. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Program in Neuroscience. In his laboratory at Indiana University, his team is currently conducting a wide array of subconcussion research in both field and laboratory settings, aiming to understand the short- and long-term effects of subconcussive brain damage and establish a clinical guideline to prevent chronic brain deficits in athletes and military service members.


Length: 1 hour


School of Public Health


Credit: None


Audience: Everyone

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