Rob Huggins currently is a post-doctoral fellow at the Korey Stringer Institute, and holds the position of Vice President for Research and Vice President for Elite Athlete Health and Performance. He has experience at mass medical events such as the Boston and Marine Corps Marathon. Previously he worked at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT where he served as a clinical faculty member in the undergraduate Athletic Training Program and Head Athletic Trainer for Club Sports. His research interests include the influences of overtraining, heat, and hydration on sport performance specifically in elite and professional athletes. He has recently worked with elite soccer athletes and companies interested in tracking and monitoring athlete performance throughout an athletic season both through the use of high tech devices and blood biomarkers. He also works extensively with the NFL and NATA on health and safety initiatives for KSI. Mr. Huggins received his bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Connecticut in 2007, his master’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Virginia in 2008, and his doctoral degree from the University of Connecticut in 2014.