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Julie Stamm

Julie Stamm

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Expert on the consequences of repetitive head impacts and concussions in children through contact sports. Also CTE, concussion management and education, repetitive concussions, anatomy, neuroanatomy.

Clinical Assistant Professor, Kinesiology School of Education — Home and cell phones available upon request Home page Twitter: @JulieStammPhD


  • Consequences of repeated head impacts to a child’s developing brain through youth contact sports, including football, hockey, and soccer
  • Consequences of concussions occurring in the developing brain of a child
  • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy and other consequences of experiencing repeated head impacts through both childhood, adolescence and/or adulthood
  • Concussion management and pressures on clinicians to return athletes to play before they are ready
  • Concussion attitudes, knowledge, and beliefs held by athletes and how they influence an athlete's willingness to report a concussion.


  • Author of "The Brain on Youth Sports: The Science, the Myths, and the Future", included as a Choice Reviews Best Academic Title of 2022.
  • First to publish on the long-term consequences of experiencing repeated brain trauma in youth contact sports.
  • Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Predoctoral Fellowship, NIH, NINDS
  • 2015 Clint Thompson Award for Clinical Practice Advancement, Journal of Athletic Training, National Athletic Trainers’ Association