Daniel Hannah, MA, ATC
Daniel is studying full time under the direction of Jason Scibek, PhD, ATC with a focus on shoulder pathologies. Daniel comes to us from Lander University in South Carolina where he was an Assistant Professor and served as Director of the Athletic Training Program. Daniel obtained a Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine from Erskine College in 2000. Subsequently, he graduated from East Tennessee State University with a Master of Arts in Physical Education with concentration in Sports Sciences. His thesis was entitled: 'A comparison of strength and resistance curves for the internal and external rotators of the shoulder'. Daniel works as a graduate assistant in the Kristen L. McMaster's Biomechanics Laboratory.
Paul A. Cacolice, MS, ATC, CSCS
Paul is studying full time under the direction of Christopher R. Carcia, PhD, PT, SCS, OCS with a focus on knee (female ACL) injuries. Paul matriculated into the program in the Spring of 2011 as a part-time student and transitioned to 'full-time' status starting in the Fall of '11. Paul is working as a Graduate Assistant in the Kristen L. McMaster's Biomechanics Laboratory assisting faculty with various research projects. Prior to enrolling at Duquesne University, Paul worked full-time at American International College in Springfield, MA. Paul received his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from Slippery Rock University and his Master's degree in Kinesiology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.