Roxane CocheRoxane Coche

Roxane Coche specializes in sports media and media pedagogy. Starting her career as a sports reporter and television reporter in her hometown of Paris, France, she has worked many major international sporting events including the 2010 and 2016 Olympic Games.
Email: rcoche@ufl.edu

Kiki KaplanidouKiki Kaplanidou

Kiki Kaplanidou’s research interests include the influence of mega- and small-scale sport event hosting on community development goals such as destination image improvements, sport event participation, and quality of life of local residents. Kaplanidou has conducted research for the International Olympic Committee related to the legacy of the Olympic Games and several sport related organizations and has experience working with the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
Email: kkaplanidou@hhp.ufl.edu

George CunninghamGeorge Cunningham

George Cunningham focuses his research on diversity and inclusion in sport.
Email: g.cunningham@ufl.edu

Jay ClugstonJay Clugston

Dr. Jay Clugston is the team physician for the University of Florida Athletic Association. His research interests are focused on concussion management, and he is the principal investigator for several ongoing concussion research studies.
Email: jayclug@ufl.edu

Yong Jae KoYong Jae Ko

Yong Jae Ko’s primary interest is sport consumers research in a variety of business segments, such as event sponsorship/athlete endorsement, branding, technology/e-business, and CSR and nonprofit business sector.
Email: yongko@ufl.edu

Kevin VincentKevin Vincent

Dr. Kevin Vincent serves as the lead clinician for the UF Health partnership with the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee, is the director of the UF Running Medicine Clinic and is the medical director of the UF Health Sports Performance Center. Dr. Vincent’s clinical interests are running medicine, sports medicine and musculoskeletal medicine with particular emphasis on running, overuse injuries and participation in strength training.
Email: kvincent@ufl.edu

Heather VincentHeather Vincent

Heather Vincent conducts fitness testing, body composition, nutrition and exercise programming and physiologic performance for novice to professional athletes and artistic sport. She is the director of the UF Health Sports Performance Center, director of the UF Exercise Medicine and Functional Fitness Laboratory and conducts internationally recognized injury prevention and exercise research for athletes and active people of all ages and functional abilities. She is on the Board of Governors for the American College of Sports Medicine, with specific interests in running medicine, lacrosse, strength training and para-athletes.
Email: hkvincent@ufl.edu

Jason ZaremskiJason Zaremski

Dr. Jason Zaremski will be a team physician for Team USA at the 2024 Paris Olympics Games. He is an expert on upper extremity and throwing related injuries.
Email: zaremjl@ufl.edu

Katie EdenfieldKatie Edenfield

Dr. Katie Edenfield serves as a team physician for the University of Florida Athletic Association. She also serves as a team physician for USA Swimming and is traveling to the Paris Olympic Games in this role, after having previously served as team physician at multiple World Championships (2022 & 2023), World Junior Championships (2017), and Pan American Games (2019). In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Edenfield is also involved in various sports and sports cardiology-related projects. Dr. Edenfield will be attending the 2024 Olympics, so please expect a delayed reply during that time.
Email: kedenfield@ufl.edu

Rachel FuRachel Fu

Rachel Fu can provide expertise on issues and trends related to tourism. She can speak on how sporting event tourism affects the economy.
Email: racheljuichifu@ufl.edu

Ryan RoachRyan Roach

Dr. Ryan Roach specializes in many different forms of media for hip, knee, and shoulder surgery including for ACL, Achilles and knee injuries.
Email: roachrp@ortho.ufl.edu

Michael von FrickenMichael von Fricken

Michael von Fricken’s research interests include vector-borne disease surveillance, control, and pathogen discovery at the human-animal interface. He can speak on dengue.
Email: mvonf@ufl.edu

Benjamin AndersonBenjamin Anderson

Benjamin Anderson’s expertise includes using pathogen discovery and novel surveillance techniques to study emerging infectious diseases, zoonotic diseases and viral respiratory pathogens. He can speak on bird flu.
Email: ander88@ufl.edu

Michael JaffeeMichael Jaffee

Dr. Michael Jaffee is board-certified in neurology, psychiatry, sleep medicine, and brain injury medicine. He can speak on traumatic brain injuries and concussions in sports medicine.
Email: michael.jaffee@ufl.edu