Janet Simon is an Associate Professor in the Division on Athletic Training at Ohio University. Janet earned a bachelor’s degree from Southern Connecticut State University (Athletic Training) in 2008, a master’s degree (Athletic Training) from Ohio University in 2010, a second master’s degree (Applied Statistics), and PhD (Epidemiology and Biostatistics) from Indiana University in 2014. Janet’s research interests include measuring the outcomes of various rehabilitation interventions as well as evaluating health related quality of life of high school and college athletes who suffer sport-related injury; and the use and development of patient-based outcomes instruments for the purpose of outcomes assessment and measuring the end result of healthcare services. Janet has served the GLATA by being on the Research Assistance Committee member since 2017. Janet has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles in various sports medicine and orthopedic journals and has been principal investigator or co-investigator on several federal grant totaling over $8 million.