I'm a member of the American Association for Advancement of Science. The AAS, or America's science body, was founded in 1909, and it's the biggest science and engineering society in the world.
I am the director of the Sports Medicine & Health Science Program at the University of North Carolina. I am also a sports medicine and sports science consultant for several major professional teams. I have also written over a dozen books and articles on the subject of athletic training and performance, including the recent book "The Athletic Performance Formula."
I have been involved in medicine and sports medicine for more than three decades, having graduated with an undergraduate degree in physiology from the University of California, Berkeley, in 19
I was an internist in a major tertiary-care hospital. I was also a clinical and research scientist at Stanford University.
I am a retired physician in the area of sports medicine. I am the president of the AAS, which I founded in 1909 as the nation's largest sports science society.
I have held numerous leadership positions at universities. I was chairman of the committee on biomedical sciences and sports medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.
I was the founder of the AAS's Committee on Sports Medicine.