Dr. Kimberly Stoudt
Assistant Professor of Athletic Training/Assistant Athletic Trainer
- Ed.D. Wilmington College (Innovation and Leadership)
- M.Ed. Penn State University (Health Education)
- B.S. Penn State University (Exercise and Sport Science)
- Certified Athletic Trainer and Emergency Medical Technician
Dr. Kimberly Stoudt is a nationally certified athletic trainer and emergency medical technician (basic and tactical) with extensive experience diagnosing and treating sports-related injuries and conditions. As a professor of sports medicine, she has developed and delivered lectures and labs on the recognition, evaluation, and treatment of athletic injuries. Dr. Stoudt has served on medical teams at the U.S. Olympic Training Centers in Colorado Springs and Chula Vista, as well as at the Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games, Ironman U.S. Championships, Pennsylvania State University Beaver Stadium, New York City and Philadelphia Marathons, Special Olympics Pennsylvania, and the National Hockey Festival.
Since 2012 she has worked for the Consortium for Health and Military Performance (A Department of Defense Center of Excellence) in the Department of Military and Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS). Dr. Stoudt also has experience in instructing courses in musculoskeletal evaluation and Combat Medical Skills in the USUHS School of Medicine, working on the Performance Triad project for the United States Army Surgeon General and serving on the NCAA-DoD Grand Alliance CARE Consortium collecting data at West Point Military Academy.
Dr. Stoudt is an experienced member of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Surge Medical Assistance Response Team and an American Red Cross Disaster Action Team. She has served as a faculty leader for study abroad trips to Greece, Australia, Ecuador, Vietnam, Taiwan, El Salvador, and the Dominican Republic.