Stacy joined the Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre in August 2017 as a Clinical Research Coordinator for the Safe to Play Concussion Study and as a non-physician expert in the Acute Sport Concussion Clinic.
Stacy is a Certified Athletic Therapist with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Lethbridge and an Advanced Certificate in Athletic therapy from Mount Royal University. Prior to becoming a Research Coordinator Stacy worked with the University of Alberta Varsity Health team providing both field and clinic services to the Golden Bears and Pandas. In addition Stacy has previous experience working with Rugby Alberta and Soccer Alberta provincial teams.
Awards and Distinctions
2015 Alberta Athletic Therapists Association Leadership and Service Award
2011 Jason Lang Scholarship
2009 Jason Lang Scholarship
2009 Rutherford Scholarship
2008 Heritage Youth Summer Research Summer Internship
Gamble A, Bigg J, Sick S, Krolikowski M, Hagel BE, Emery CA. Helmet fit assessment and concussion risk in youth ice hockey players ages 11-18 years. Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (Halifax Canada, June 2018) Clinical J of Sport Med 2018;28(3):e75
Bigg J, Gamble A, Krolikowski M, Sick S, Hagel BE, Emery CA. The role of sleep habits and caffeine consumption on the risk of sport injury in adolescent ice hockey players: a nested case-control study. Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (Halifax Canada, June 2018) Clinical J of Sport Med 2018;28(3):e54- e55