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Contact Information

Academic School

School of Sciences

Office

Allied Health 229

Email

Mark.Gildard@marist.edu

Phone

(845)-575-3000 ext. 6097

Mark Gildard

Lecturer of Athletic Training

Bio

A Poughkeepsie native, Mark graduated from the Marist College Athletic Training Education Program in 2006. While completing his MS in Athletic Training from West Virginia University, Mark worked as Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer with the WVU Men's Soccer and Men's & Women's Swimming and Diving teams. Upon completion of his master's degree in 2008, Mark returned to the Marist community as a Lecturer of Athletic Training, teaching courses including Kinesiology, Orthopedic Assessment, and Human Anatomy and Physiology Labs. Mark also serves as a Social Media Administrator for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association District Two, is the faculty mentor for the Marist Athletic Training Club, and provides athletic training services for the Marist Men's Club Ice Hockey team.

Education

BS, Athletic Training, Marist College, 2006
MS, Athletic Training, West Virginia University, 2008


Research Interests / Areas of Focus

Case Report Research, Critical Analysis

Selected Publications

Cieszko E, Powers ME, Gildard, M. Type 2 Scheuermann’s disease in a high school football player: a level 4 case report. Journal of Athletic Training. 2018;53(Suppl. 6): S318

McGovern E, Powers ME, Gildard, M. A Comparison of Thermostim and therapeutic ultrasound and their effect on Achilles tendon temperature. Journal of Athletic Training. 2018;53(Suppl. 6): S365

Gregory C, Powers ME, Gildard, M. A comparison of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization and dry cupping and their effect on shoulder range of motion. Journal of Athletic Training. 2017;52(Suppl. 6): S96

Fitzgerald J, Powers ME, Gildard, M. Atlas subluxation in a female high school basketball athlete. Journal of Athletic Training. 2017;52(Suppl. 6): S144

Gildard, M., Rubin S. Pseudotumor cerebri in a female high school athlete. Journal of Athletic Training. 2016;51(Suppl. 6): S67