Brady Tripp, Ph.D., ATC, LAT

Clinical Associate Professor
Department of Applied Physiology & Kinesiology

  • Ph.D. Exercise Science and Biomechanics, University of Kentucky (2005)
  • M.Ed. in Sports Medicine, University of Virginia (2002)
  • B.S. in Athletic Training, Northeastern University (1998)

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Contact Info

FLG 148
P.O. Box 118205
Gainesville, FL 32611-8205
(352) 294-1725 |


Dr. Tripp is a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Graduate Athletic Training Program in the Department of Applied Physiology & Kinesiology. He is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the American College of Sports Medicine. Dr. Tripp holds numerous professional certifications including Certified Athletic Trainer, Golf Medical Professional, Golf Fitness Instructor, Clinical Instructor Educator and Emergency Medical Technician. He teaches, conducts research and reviews manuscripts and textbooks in the fields of Athletic Training, Sports Medicine and Biomechanics. Dr. Tripp has published and presented research nationally and internationally on topics including scapular kinematics, overhead-throwing athletes, golf biomechanics and kinetics, effects of fatigue on sensorimotor system function and enhancing neuromuscular control in the upper-extremity.

Research Interests

  • 3-Dimensional Golf Biomechanics and Kinetics
  • 3-Dimensional Scapular Kinematics in Healthy and Injured Populations
  • Clinical Assessment of Scapular Dyskinesis
  • Orthopedic and Biomechanical Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Overhead-Throwing Athletes
  • Effects of Fatigue on Sensorimotor System Function
  • Enhancing Neuromuscular Control in the Upper-Extremity


  • ATR 6215 Evidence-Based Orthopedic Exam I: Upper-Extremity
  • ATR 6216 Evidence-Based Orthopedic Exam II: Lower-Extremity
  • ATR 6304 Evidence-Based Rehabilitation and Modalities
  • ATR 6624 & 6625 Athletic Training Research and Technology I & II
  • ATR 6934 Seminar in Athletic Training
  • PET 5936 Residency in Athletic Training
  • ATR 2010c Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries
  • HLP 4933 Athletic Medicine (Study Abroad)