Brendon McDermott, PhD, ATC

Associate Professor, University of Arkansas

Brendon McDermott is an associate professor at the University of Arkansas. He is chair of the updated National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) position statement on fluid replacement for athletes, to be released within the next year. Other research interests include exertional heat stroke treatment, return-to-activity following exertional heat stroke, hydration and exercise performance, thermal physiology, and ergogenic aides and exercise performance.

He received his bachelor’s degree in athletic training at Northeastern University in 2000, his master’s degree in kinesiology at Indiana University in 2001 and graduated from the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut in 2009 with his doctorate in exercise science.

Brendon McDermott
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