Dr. Dompier has been with the Datalys Center since June 2011 and serves as the President and Lead Epidemiologist. At the Datalys Center, Dr. Dompier provides oversight of all ongoing programs including the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program, the High School National Athletic Treatment, Injury and Outcomes Project (NATION), Project CARE (Concussion Awareness, Research, and Education), the USA Football Youth Football Safety study, and the NOCSAE funded Lacrosse Study Tracking Injuries and Concussions in Kids (LAX-STICK). Prior to joining the Datalys Center, Dr. Dompier served as the Director of the Graduate Athletic Training Education Program at the University of South Carolina and continues to hold adjunct faculty appointments at several universities where he guest lectures in graduate epidemiology, biostatistics and measurement courses. Dr. Dompierís research focuses on the understanding and prevention of injuries related to sport, military training, other forms of physical activity. Dr. Dompier received a bachelor and doctoral degrees from Michigan State University and a masterís degree from The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Dompier also completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of South Carolina. Prior to his career in academia and research, Dompier worked as a clinical athletic trainer with youth, college, professional and national sports teams including USA Hockey, the Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Michigan State, Wayne State and Penn State Universities. Dr. Dompier has worked in the sports medicine realm for over 15 years and 10 as a researcher focusing on sports injury epidemiology.
Dr. Wasserman is a sports injury epidemiologist and has been with the Datalys Center since June 2016. She serves as Director of the NCAA Injury Prevention Program, in which she oversees the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program. Her research measures the burden of sports injuries, identifies risk factors for sports injuries and poor outcomes from these injuries, and seeks to develop and test interventions to prevent sports injuries and poor outcomes. Dr. Wasserman completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and Health and Society at University of Rochester and her doctoral training in Epidemiology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. At the University of Rochester, she served as a graduate research assistant in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She most recently was a postdoctoral research trainee at the Matthew Gfeller Sport-Related Traumatic Brain Injury Research Center in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as the UNC Injury Prevention Research Center.
Sara Dalton has been with the Datalys Center since January 2015 as a graduate student intern. She was hired in August 2015 as a Research Specialist for the High School National Athletic Treatment, Injury and Outcomes Network (NATION) Project and the NCAA/DOD Grand Alliance: Concussion Assessment, Research and Education (CARE) Consortium. Prior to joining the Datalys team, Sara worked as an Athletic Trainer while obtaining her Master's Degree in Sport Management from Springfield College in Massachusetts. She also received her Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training from SC in 2013.
Bernie has more than 18 years of IT experience and has worked in a number of different industries, including manufacturing, software development, and IT Managed Services to name a few. He maintains the Datalys Center IT Infrastructure, manages vendor relationships, and all of the codebooks for several projects including the Datalys Center website.
Aristarque is the Statistical Analyst at Datalys Center. He is currently working on the National Athletic Treatment Injury and Outcomes Network (Nation) Project, the USA Football Safety Study, the NOCASE funded youth Lacrosse Study (LAX-STICK), and the NCAA Injury surveillance program. Aristarque previously worked at Western Michigan University as statistics instructor and research assistant and at Michigan State University as technical assistant and lead analyst.
Aristarque hold a Master of Science in Statistics from Western Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science in statistics from Michigan State University with a Minor in Mathematics and a specialization in actuarial science. He is an active member of the American Statistics Association (ASA).
Melissa has been with the Datalys Center since June 2014 as a student intern. She was then hired in September 2014 as a Data Quality Specialist. To date, she is the Project Coordinator for the NCAA/DOD Grand Alliance: Concussion Assessment, Research and Education (CARE) Consortium. At the Datalys Center, Melissaís primary role is as a liaison with QuesGen Systems, Inc. developing the electronic database for the CARE Consortium and provides customer service to those accessing this electronic database. Melissa holds a bachelorís degree in Health Services Management from the Fairbanks School of Public Health-Indiana University.
Kelsi is the data quality specialist and recruiter for the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program. She joined the Datalys Center in May 2016. Kelsiís roles include recruiting athletic trainers for participation in the NCAA Injury Surveillance Program, troubleshooting data submission, and data quality assurance. She holds a Bachelorís degree in Psychology from the University of Louisville. She is currently obtaining a Masterís degree in intercollegiate athletic administration from Western Kentucky University.