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Dr. Blaine Hoshizaki

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Professor

Email: t***@***.ca
University of Ottawa
40 Ruskin Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1Y 4W7
Canada

Company Description: Located in the heart of the nation's capital, the University of Ottawa is one of Canada's principal comprehensive, research-intensive, postsecondary institutions....   more
Background

Employment History

  • Director, Neurotrauma Impact Science Laboratory
    University of Ottawa
  • Vice-Dean Faculty Affairs
    University of Ottawa
  • Director of the Impact Laboratory
    School of Human Kinetics
  • Professor
    School of Human Kinetics
  • Tenure
    School of Human Kinetics
  • Director of the Impact Science Laboratory
    NEUROTRAUMA
  • Head of the Impact Laboratory
    NEUROTRAUMA
  • Position, Development
    NEUROTRAUMA
  • Vice President of Research and Development
    Bauer
  • Senior Consultant
    Xenith LLC
  • Vice President of Research and Development
    Nike Bauer Hockey
  • Position, Research and Development
    Nike Bauer Hockey

Education

  • PhD
    University of Ottawa
  • PhD
    School of Human Kinetics at the Faculty of Health Sciences
  • PhD
    University of Ottawa Neurotrauma Impact Science Laboratory
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Blaine Hoshizaki, School of Human Kinetics
NOCSAE awards grants for concussion-related studies - NCAA.org
www.doubleazone.com, 28 June 2011 [cached]
Development of a centric and non-centric American football helmet assessment protocol, Blaine Hoshizaki, director, Neurotrauma Impact Science Laboratory (NiSL), University of Ottawa
Blaine ...
www.health.uottawa.ca, 24 Feb 2012 [cached]
Blaine Hoshizaki Vice-Dean Faculty Affairs Phone: 613-562-5800 ext.
University of Ottawa, Canada's University - Faculty of Health Sciences - Students
www.health.uottawa.ca, 11 Aug 2011 [cached]
Dr. Michael Vassilyadi, co-author of this study led in collaboration with Professor Blaine Hoshizaki (School of Human Kinetics) says "the hockey helmet is the winner at most velocities, and then the cycling helmets for the highest."
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Safety performance was defined by the ability of a helmet to reduce acceleration of the head during the impact, said Professor Blaine Hoshizaki (School of Human Kinetics), director of the Neurotrauma Impact Laboratory.
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The CBC's Kelly Crowe reports (interview with Professor Blaine Hoshizaki, School of Human Kinetics, at the Neurotrauma Impact Science Laboratory). Helmets vary in offering protection for winter sports and play Los Angeles Times / For the Booster Shots blog - 20/01/2012 "Helmets are designed and tested to mitigate the risk of an injury; they are not designed to eliminate head injuries," said co-author Blaine Hoshizaki, of the School of Human Kinetics. Ottawa lab puts children's helmets to the test CTV Ottawa, 1 other source - 20/01/2012 A study of helmets used by children for winter activities offers some new data on the various types of head protection that would suit tobogganers. Helmets for tobogganing kids get crash tests CBC News - 20/01/2012 A Canadian study co-authored by Professor Blaine Hoshizaki (School of Human Kinetics) suggests young children should wear helmets while tobogganing, but concludes there's no clear answer about what type of headgear works best. Researchers Investigate How Well Protective Headgear Works for Small Children Participating in Winter Activities American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) - 20/01/2012 Blaine Hoshizaki, PhD, of the School of Human Kinetics, and colleagues used a monorail drop tower to simulate the types of impact that can be sustained by a child's head during mishaps in tobogganing.
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Professor Blaine Hoshizaki, School of Human Kinetics, found that players who get punched are likely to get one of two types of concussions.
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Professor Blaine Hoshizaki, School of Human Kinetics, talks about the NHL.
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Professor Blaine Hoshizaki , School of Human Kinetics, said that the NHL is taking steps to promote player safety but more must be done.
NHL players, researchers take hard look at helmets San Mateo Daily Journal, 140 other sources - 09/30/2011 Professor Blaine Hoshizaki , Faculty of Health Sciences, simulates in his lab the blows NHL players and their helmets absorb.
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With some star NHL players off the ice and in the headlines recently due to serious concussive head injuries, the research of Blaine Hoshizaki is also making news. Dr. Hoshizaki, director of the Neurotrauma Impact Science Lab at the University of Ottawa, and his team of researchers are working to improve helmets to protect athletes against concussion and to develop standards that will help organizations and manufacturers better evaluate and certify protective headgear. Read the article in University Affairs.
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But for Professor Blaine Hoshizaki from the School of Human Kinetics, the goal is scientific. His team is determined to understand the relationship between brain injuries such as concussions, helmet performance, and the risky hits that hockey players give and take during a game-and to find out whether equipment should be improved or whether certain hits should be banned in the future. Read the article inMaclean's.
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Professor Blaine Hoshizaki from the School of Human Kinetics comments on the devastating hit that sent Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty to hospital with a cracked vertebra and a a severe concussion.
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Scientists can't peer into the brains of hockey players the instant they get a concussion, so University of Ottawa researcher Blaine Hoshizaki does the next best thing.
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Professor Blaine Hoshizaki, PhD from the School of Human Kinetics at the Faculty of Health Sciences and his team of young scientists at the University of Ottawa's elite Neurotrauma Impact Science Laboratory are reconstructing hard hockey hits in order to gain a better understanding of the impact of these types of head injuries. "We really don't know how successful or how safe the helmets being used today are," said lead researcher Blaine Hoshizaki, Professor in the School of Human Kinetics at the Faculty of Health Sciences.
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Blaine Hoshizaki, Vice-Dean of Faculty Affairs in the Faculty of Health Sciences, is quoted in a New York Times blog entry on the Mayo Clinic's conference on hockey concussions where several recommendations to reduce head trauma in the sport were presented. He says: "We've got to make people understand that the hockey helmet is only one factor in decreasing risk of concussion". Read the article.
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On CTV's Canada AM television program, Blaine Hoshizaki, Vice-Dean of Faculty Affairs in the Faculty of Health Sciences and a researcher at the University of Ottawa's Neurotrauma Impact Laboratory explains how a new football helmet he helped develop, the Xenith X1, offers unparalleled three-dimensional protection, dispersing the impact over a greater area. Read the article.
Tuesday, October 12
A Globe and Mail article explains how a sponsored research agreement between Ferrara's Xenith start-up company and the University of Ottawa led to the creation of a lab and a project aimed at creating a safer football helmet. Blaine Hoshizaki, Vice-Dean of Faculty Affairs in the Faculty of Health Sciences, explains how the helmet was created. Before joining the university in 2004, Hoshizaki had been vice-president of research and development for Bauer, designing helmets for the hockey manufacturer, and later for CCM. Read the article.
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Blaine Hoshizaki (Tenure)
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