Ann Glang, Center on Brain Injury Research and Training

Ann Glang

Practice Areas: Brain Injuries, Concussions

Ann Glang is academic expert in concussions and brain injuries. At the University of Oregon, she is a research professor and director of the Center on Brain Injury Research and Training (CBIRT). Ann designs interventions to support educators and families of children and adolescents with brain injuries, including concussions. She and her team developed a web-based concussion management tool for high schools. Brain 101 shows coaches how to identify and respond to concussions, equips educators with the basics on how to support students when they return to the classroom, and trains parents to know what to do if a concussion happens to their child.

Contact: | 541-346-0594


Recent Media:
The UO's brain injury research gets into more teachers’ hands (Around the O, Aug. 19, 2020)
A Gap in Teacher Training: Working With Students Who Have Concussions (Education Week, June 12, 2019)
Teaching Educators To Teach Concussion Victims (Jefferson Public Radio, June 7, 2019)
Hidden epidemic? Childhood concussion may lead to long term cognitive and behavioural problems (The Conversation, June 5, 2019)
Oregon research team scores with 'The Concussion Playbook' (Around the O, Nov. 5, 2014)
New bike and pedestrian safety apps teach children the rules of the road (PRWeb, Oct. 18, 2012)