Meredith Petschauer, PhD, LAT, ATC is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science and serves as the Undergraduate Athletic Training Education Program Director.
Dr. Petschauer received her PhD from the University of North Carolina -Greensboro in Biomechanics, her Master's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Athletic training and her bachelor's degree from The College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio.
Dr. Petschauer teaches Biomechanics, Emergency Care of Injuries and Illness, General Medical Conditions in Athletes, and Therapeutic Exercise. In addition to her responsibilities with the athletic training program she is the Director of the Undergraduate Honors Program for EXSS and serves as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Women's Gymnastics team. Her research interests include prehospital care of the cervical spine injured athlete specifically considering lacrosse and ice hockey equipment.
She and her husband Greg have two children, Madison and Grant.