Dr. Tina Davlin-Pater, ATC, EMT
Dr. Tina Davlin-Pater is director of the athletic training program and an associate professor at Xavier University in Ohio. She earned a master’s degree in kinesiology (UNLV) and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Utah. Professor Davlin-Pater received her bachelor's degree in athletic training from Whitworth College before pursuing her master's degree in kinesiology from UNLV. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Utah. Dr. Davlin-Pater has extensive experience working as an athletic trainer in a wide variety of contexts, including as the trainer for the Anchorage Bucs Baseball team in Alaska and at the National Figure Skating Championships in Utah as a volunteer trainer. She has published several research articles on the use of vision to control orientation while somersaulting in the air. Professor Davlin-Pater's research interests include athletic training education, metacognition, perception of orientation and the influence of visual cues on balance performance, and teaching soft skills.
Last Updated on January 12, 2022