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Interesting Research Being Done By TXST Biomechanics
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Very glad other schools are also researching concussions to better protect athletes.

I think it's cool how Texas State has developed a headband so that data can be collected for multiple sports besides football.

Georgia Southern doesn't have a fancy video but if anyone would like to read up on the topic here's some of our research as well:

https://www.underdogdynasty.com/2014/12/...all-sports

http://news.georgiasouthern.edu/2013/08/...ncussions/
07-12-2017 09:55 PM
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(07-12-2017 09:55 PM)TrueBlueDrew Wrote:  Very glad other schools are also researching concussions to better protect athletes.

I think it's cool how Texas State has developed a headband so that data can be collected for multiple sports besides football.

Georgia Southern doesn't have a fancy video but if anyone would like to read up on the topic here's some of our research as well:

https://www.underdogdynasty.com/2014/12/...all-sports

http://news.georgiasouthern.edu/2013/08/...ncussions/
Good reads. Good to see we have schools concerned about this and making strides towards some form of resolution, or, at the very least, keeping the athletes safer.
07-12-2017 11:20 PM
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Are we still doing this under the new staff?

That's my only concern.
07-13-2017 06:57 AM
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(07-12-2017 09:12 PM)CatMom Wrote:  The Science of Player Safety

The headbands are a good idea. That means all movement could be tracked instead of just when the helmet is on. I know Stanford was using sensors in mouth guards, due to their theory that it would give a more accurate measurement. I think it had to do with being closer to C.G. of the human head instead of on the periphery or further out (like with a helmet). The leverage in those positions could skew data.
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