Brian joined the Sports Medicine family at Stanford in the fall of 2011 as an Assistant Athletic Trainer. With a primary responsibility of medical care to its Cardinal Football student athletes, Brian provides a critical link within the daily clinical operations of the football program, logistics, as well as the clinical development of assigned graduate assistants. Brian currently sits on the Education Advisory Committee; responsible for supporting the direction and involvement of the graduate and undergraduate clinical education programs. He also provides vital input around improving communication within the organization.
Prior to coming to Stanford, Brian was the Head Football Athletic Trainer at the University of Toledo. Brian received his Bachelor's degree from West Chester University of Pennsylvania in 2003 majoring in Sports Medicine/Athletic Training with a Health Sciences Minor. He later attended the University of Connecticut where he received a Master of Arts Degree in Education with a Sport Management concentration in 2005, and later worked as Assistant Athletic Trainer with the football program.
- Assistant Athletic Trainer, Stanford University (2010-Present)
- Head Football Athletic Trainer/Associate Athletic Trainer, University of Toledo (2009-2010)
- Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Connecticut (2006-2009)
- Assistant Athletic Trainer, Trinity College (2005-2006)
- Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer, University of Connecticut (2003-2005)
In addition to his experience as a Certified Athletic Trainer, Brian has experience in development of sports medicine policies and procedures at both the University of Toledo and the University of Connecticut. Brian has provided educational presentations at the Big East Sports Medicine Conference and the National Strength and Conditioning Symposium. Brian also served as an instructor within the Undergraduate Athletic Training Education program at the University of Connecticut.