UConcussion program clears IndyCar racer Will Power

Earlier this week, IndyCar announced the University of Miami’s clearing of F1 racer Will Power to return to the 2016 IndyCar series. Power, who failed SCAT (Sports Concussion Assessment Tool) tests earlier this week, was cleared after ImPACT testing at the UConcussion facilities at UHealth Sports Medicine. Read more at AutoWeek: http://autoweek.com/article/indycar/indycar-driver-will-power-does-not-have-concussion

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2015 WalkSafe Poster Contest Winners Recognized by MDCPS

The 2015 Statewide Poster Contest Winners were recognized at the Miami Dade County School Board Meeting. The three grand prize winners showed off their artwork showcasing their knowledge on pedestrian safety. A component of the University of Miami WalkSafe Program is its educational curriculum focused on pedestrian safety. As part of the three day curriculum, […]

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‘Kids & Concussions:” A special report in Sunday’s Miami Herald

(1/17/16) Today’s Sunday Herald features a two-page spread on the issue, research, and prevention of youth concussions from the University of Miami concussion clinic team and UConcussion. “UM and the country’s fourth-largest public school system work together to catalog and treat concussions in every public high school and for every sport — an undertaking that is one […]

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KiDZ Neuroscience Center Director inducted into Iron Arrow Honor Society

The team at the KiDZ Neuroscience Center wish to extend a warm and heartfelt congratulations to our director, Gillian A. Hotz, Ph.D, who was inducted into the University of Miami’s Iron Arrow honor society last Thursday. The Iron Arrow award is the highest honor that can be received at the University, and is a tradition that has been with […]

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