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Associate Professor of Kinesiology and Radiology
















Education:

  • Bachelor of Science, Michigan State University 1966
  • Masters of Science, Indiana University 1970
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University 1980


Research:
  • Sports injury epidemiology and injury prevention
  • Bio-mechanics of sports injuries in the lower extremities
  • Athletic training curriculum design


Recent Publications:

  • Wei F, Meyer EG, Braman JE, Powell JW, Haut RC. Rotational stiffness of football shoes influences talus motion during external rotation of the foot. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering (in press).
  • Wei F, Hunley SC, Powell JW, Haut RC. Development and validation of a computational model to study the effect of foot constraint on ankle injury due to external rotation. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 39(2):756-765, 2011.
  • Elliot, MCCW, Zarins, B, Powell JW, and Kenyon, CD, Hamstring Muscle Strains in Professional Football Players: a 10 year Review, Am J Sports American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2011, 39:843-850
  • Wei F, Hunley SC, Powell JW, Haut RC. Development and validation of a computational model to study the effect of foot constraint on ankle injury due to external rotation. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 39(2):756-765, 2011.
  • Casson, IR, Viano, DC, Powell, JW, and Pellman, EJ, Concussions Involving 7+ days out in the National Football League, SportsHealth, 2011 3:130-144
  • Casson, IR, Viano, DC, Powell, JW, and Pellman, EJ, Twelve Years of National Football League Concussion Data, SportsHealth, Vol 2(6), pp. 471-483, 2010 .
  • Casson, IR, Viano, DC, Powell, JW, and Pellman, EJ, Repeat Concussion in the National Football League, SportsHealth,Vol 3(1), pp 11-24, 2010. doi:10.1177/1941738110391413
  • Brophy, RH, Wright, RW, Powell, JW and Matava, MJ, Injuries to kickers in American Football The National Football League, American Journal of Sports Medicine, 2010, 38:1166-1173.
  • Feng Wei, Villwock, MR, Meyer EG, Powell JW, and Haut RC. 2010. A biomechanical investigation of ankle injury under excessive external foot rotation in the human cadaver. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering , 2010:.132;(9)
  • Barron MJ, Powell JW, Ewing ME, Nogle SE, Branta CF. (2009). First aid and injury prevention knowledge of youth basketball, football, and soccer coaches. International Journal of Coaching Science, 2009, 3(1), 55-67.
  • Villwock MR, Meyer EG, Powell JW, Haut RC. Development and evaluation of a surrogate ankle for use with a rotational traction apparatus. Proc. IMechE, Part P: J. Sports Engineering and Technology,2009: 223 (P4): 151-158
  • Villwock M, Meyer E, Powell JW, Fouty A and Haut R, The effects of various infill and fiber structures on generating rotational traction on an artificial surface, Proc IMechE, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology, 2009: 223, Part P,p11-17.
  • Villwock M, Meyer E, Powell J, Fouty A and Haut R, , Football playing surface and shoe design affect rotation traction, American Journal of Sports Medicine 2009:, 37 (3), 518-25 (IP-2.270)
  • Feeley BT, Powell JW, Muller MS, Barnes RP, Warren RG and Kelly BT, Hip injuries and labral tears in the National Football League, American Journal of Sports Medicine 2008:36, 2187-2195 (IP-2.270)
  • Mall N, Carlisle JC, Matava MJ, Goldfarb GA and Powell JW, (2008) Upper extremity injuries in the national football league: part i: hand and digital injuries, American Journal of Sports Medicine 2008:36,1945-1952 (IP-2.270)
  • Carlisle JC, Goldfarb GA, Mall N, Matava MJ and Powell JW, Upper extremity injuries in the national football league: part ii: elbow, forearm, and wrist injuries, American Journal of Sports Medicine 2008:36, 1938-1944 (IP-2.270)
  • Brophy RH, Gamradt, SC, Barnes RP, Powell JW, DelPizzo, JJ, Rodeo SA and Warren RF, Kidney injuries in professional American Football: Implications for management of an athlete with 1 functioning kidney, American Journal of Sports Medicine 2008:36,85-90 (IP-2.270)
  • Cooper E. Ferrara MS, Powell JW, Casa D. Courson R. (2007). The incidence of Exertional heat illness among Division I and III collegiate football players – Preliminary review of a three year study. Journal of Athletic Training, 42, S-51 (IP; 1.17)
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