October 24, 2019

SLU AT Program Welcomes New Course Coordinators

The Saint Louis University Athletic Training Program welcomes two new coordinators for two courses that are held during the second 8 weeks of the Fall 2019 term.

Katie Sniffen MS, ATC will be the course coordinator in MAT 5550 - Rehabilitation in Athletic Training II.  She is a doctoral student in Public Health; is in her 3rd year as a lab instructor for Therapeutic Modalities; and also serves as Clinical Coordinator in the SLU Center for Interprofessional Education and Research teaching IPE 4900 and IPE 4905.

'In her short time at SLU, she has several publications and has made multiple presentations at national and international conferences.  Find her publication "Embedding Interprofessional Activities with Physical Therapy and Athletic Training Students in Shared Professional Course" from the International Journal of Health Science Education here: https://dc.etsu.edu/ijhse/vol6/iss1/4/

Katie came to SLU from Pepperdine University where she served as on their Athletic Training Staff after graduating with her Master's degree from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor's degree from Long Beach State University.

SLU AT Program Alum and Maryville University athletic trainer Max Alander MAT, ATC, CSCS will be the course coordinator for MAT 5650 - Research in Athletic Training.  It will be a seminar-format course with guest speakers and some online content. After graduation from SLU in 2017, he was a research fellow at the United States Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and he now also teaches at Maryville.

His research project was awarded 3rd place at the 2017 ARL Summer Symposium:

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