Professional Partners

Concussion In Sport Group Professional Partners

The organizations listed here are active partners in athlete brain health and share our goal of enhancing the science and practice of evidence-based recommendations for the prevention, evaluation and management of sports-related concussions.

The Matthew Gfeller Center is housed within the Department of Exercise & Sport Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The clinical research facility is dedicated to improving the prevention, evaluation, management, and rehabilitation of sport-related traumatic brain injuries through research, education, and clinical practice. Click here to learn more.

The BokSmart programme’s primary goal is to lower the number of serious and catastrophic head, neck and spine injuries associated with the game of rugby union in South Africa, by implementing evidence-based and international best practice strategies on injury prevention, injury management, rugby safety and player performance. Click here to learn more.

The University of Michigan Concussion Center integrates clinical care, educational outreach, and multi-disciplinary research aimed at fundamental questions on concussion prevention, identification, diagnosis, management, and outcomes to maximize societal and individual health. Click here to learn more.

The mission of the Sports Neuropsychology Society (SNS) is to advance the field of sports neuropsychology, to generate and disseminate knowledge regarding brain health, injury, and safety as it applies to sports, and to promote the welfare of athletes at all developmental levels. Click here to learn more.