Projects funded by Pac-12 Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative announce progress and findings –

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Created in 2013, the Pac-12 Grant Program is part of the overall Pac-12 Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative. The initiative is a collective effort between Pac-12 member universities to find ways to reduce injuries, share current best practices and latest studies, and conduct research to uncover new ways to keep student-athletes as safe as possible. The Grant Program has made it a priority to fund cutting-edge research by pooling the collective expertise of its membership, which comprises some of the foremost research institutions in the world.
In addition to findings & progresses related to Pac-12-funded research, the Pac-12 SAHWBI has also seen a number of recent notable publications, including “Surveillance testing for SARS-COV-2 infection in an asymptomatic athlete population,” related to COVID-19 testing conducted by Pac-12 universities and the Pac-12’s partnership with Quidel, as well as “Pac-12 CARE-Affiliated Program: structure, methods and initial results,” related to research surrounding sports-related concussions.
To learn more about the Pac-12 SAHWBI, including information on research grant awardee accomplishments, publications and previously announced project findings, visit
For the most recent findings from funded research projects, see below:
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