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Dr. Andrew Lincoln, ScD, MS, is Director of the Sports Medicine
Research Center for the MedStar Health Research Institute and
Program Coordinator of the MedStar Sports Medicine Concussion
Program. He specializes in the epidemiology of concussion and
sports injuries and sports health policy, and coordinates
research activity for the Sports Science and Safety Committee of
US Lacrosse and the NFL Subcommittee on Cardiovascular Health.
Dr. Lincoln is considered a national thought leader and leading
researcher in the area of youth sports concussion.
Dr. Lincoln is the recipient of the NCAA Research Award and the
O'Donoghue Award from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports
Medicine. His publications appear in prominent scientific and
medical journals including the Journal of the American
Medical Association (JAMA), Journal of Bone and
Joint Surgery, and the American Journal of Sports
Medicine. He serves on the editorial board for several
leading medical journals, including Frontiers in Sports
Neurology; he has been quoted in national publications, such
as USA Today and The Washington Post. He is
actively involved in the American Public Health Association and
the American College of Sports Medicine and provides consultation
to government, sport governing bodies, and private organizations.
Dr. Lincoln received his bachelor's degree in Engineering Science
and Mechanics from Virginia Tech, his master's degree in
biomedical engineering from Louisiana Tech, and his doctorate in
injury epidemiology from Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Lincoln
has adjunct faculty appointments at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg
School of Public Health and the Uniformed Services University of
Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD.
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