Scott Frano '13 | Feb. 23, 2013 | ND Today
With sports injuries a growing concern, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) decided last year to create a centralized medical office to improve safety in college sports nationwide. And they hired a Domer to do it.
In October, the NCAA named Dr. Brian Hainline ’78 as the NCAA’s first chief medical officer. Hainline began work last month.
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