LORI GREENWOOD
Clinical Professor, Health and Kinesiology
Office#: 213B Heldenfels Hall
Mail Stop: 4243
Office Phone: (979) 845-3409
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Primary Emphasis Area: Kinesiology
Vita: View Document
Web Site: http://graduateathletictraining.tamu.edu
Short Bio


Dr. Greenwood serves as the Director of the Master of Science in Athletic Training Program. Originally from the Northwest, Dr. Greenwood received her B.A. in Kinesiology at the University of Washington and her M.ED. at Oregon State University in Exercise Science where she was a graduate assistant athletic trainer. Dr. Greenwood stayed on at OSU as a full-time assistant athletic trainer and. completed her Ph.D. in Education with a minor in Exercise Science at Oregon State University. Dr. Greenwood then moved to Florida where she worked as an Assistant Professor at Barry University in the accredited athletic training education program (ATEP), followed by a position as the ATEP program director at Arkansas State University where she began the first ATEP in the state to be nationally accredited. Dr. Greenwood received the Arkansas State Athletic Trainer of the Year award for her efforts. After leaving ASU, Dr. Greenwood was hired as an Associate Professor at Baylor University in Waco, TX to assist in seeking accreditation for their undergraduate ATEP and to create a post-professional graduate program in athletic training. After 7 years at Baylor University, Dr. Greenwood moved to College Station to design an entry-level master's program in athletic training at Texas A&M University and to seek accreditation for that program.
Dr. Greenwood's husband, Dr. Mike Greenwood also works in the Department of HLKN and they have one son, Bryson.

Research Interests
Neuromuscular control and balance
Orthopedic rehabilitation
Safety and efficacy of nutritional supplements
Therapeutic intervention outcomes
Publications (journal articles, books, book chapters)*

1. Bohannon L, Lozano P, Greenwood L. Atlantoaxial instability of the atlas posterior arch associated with ossiculum odontoideum in a high school gymnast. Journal of Athletic Medicine, Vol 2, No 1, 2014.

2. Germany S, Albert D, Greenwood L. Recurrent Lisfranc instability in a division I collegiate diver: A case report. Journal of Athletic Medicine, Vol 2, No 1, 2014.

* Publication was joint-authored with students
Diss Publication was from a dissertation
ROS Publication was from a record of study

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