Mollie, a Bay Area native, joined Stanford Sports Medicine in August 2019 as the department’s Research Coordinator. She is Stanford’s point of contact for Pac-12 conference research initiatives such as the Health Analytics Project (HAP), the CARE Affiliated Project (CAP) and PacTrac. These projects touch on topics such as sport injury trends and surveillance in Pac-12 athletes and the effects of sport-related concussions on student-athletes’ neurological health. She also is collaborating with Stanford’s Athletic Trainers on personal research projects within the department. As a past student-athlete herself, she is passionate about and understands the importance of making data-driven decisions to enhance the health and safety of collegiate athletes.
Mollie studied Exercise Science at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and received her Masters in Public Health from the University of Edinburgh in 2016. Prior to working at Stanford, she worked as a Research Analyst on two separate research projects within the Family Healthcare Nursing Department at UCSF, and volunteered for a Nepal-based NGO which focused on road traffic injuries and the use of mobile technology campaigns to reduce unintentional injuries.