Tutor profile: Jake J.
PhD Student in Rehabilitation Science
I am currently a doctoral student at the University of Kentucky getting my PhD in Rehabilitation Science, with an emphasis in movement dysfunction. I have also graduated with a master's degree in athletic training from Texas A&M University, a master's degree in exercise science and biomechanics from Cal State University, Los Angeles, and a bachelor's degree in human physiology from the University of Oregon. In addition to being a doctoral student, I am a licensed and certified athletic trainer as well as a certified strength and conditioning...
I am currently a teaching assistant for clinical assessment and integration for first year students in the Master of Science in Athletic Training program here at the University of Kentucky. In addition, I previously worked as an adjunct faculty at Cal State University, Los Angeles teaching Anatomical Kinesiology.
University of Kentucky
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
2020 - 2024
Texas A&M University
2017 - 2019
California State University - Los Angeles
Kinesiology and Exercise Science
2014 - 2016
University of Oregon
2012 - 2014
University of Kentucky, Teaching Associate
2021 - Present
This position involved assisting with classroom lecture and instruction, facilitating small-group discussion, as well as meeting with students upon request if they needed any clarification on course material.
Los Angeles Dodgers, Minor League Athletic Trainer
2019 - 2020
In this position, I was responsible for daily management and treatment of players with the organization's short-season affiliate. I also developed and adapted a clinical utility tool for concussion assessment into clinical practice in tandem with organization’s current concussion return-to-play protocol.
California State University, Los Angeles, Adjunct Faculty
2016 - 2017
In this position I taught Anatomical Kinesiology and oversaw all biomechanics research conducted on the California State University, Los Angeles campus. In addition, I contributed to the athletic department’s sport science mission through biomechanical research.
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