Brian W. Hainline

Chief Medical Officer at National Collegiate Athletic Association

700 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
National Collegiate Athletic Association
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Last Updated 11/9/2017

General Information

Employment History

Director At the Division of Clinical and Biomedical Genetics and the Medical Director of the Genetic Counseling Program  - Indiana University

Chief Medical Officer  - United States Tennis Association Incorporated

Chief Medical Officer  - US Open

Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology  - New York University

Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology  - New York University Langone Medical Center

Chair  - USTA


University of Chicago Medical School

University of Chicago-Pritzker School of Medicine

M.D.  - 

M.D.  - University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

M.D.  - University of Notre Dame

MD Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology  - NYU School of Medicine

PhD degree  - Duke University

bachelor's degree  - Notre Dame


Medical Advisory Board Member  - SEEING STARS FOUNDATION

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD Member  - The National PKU Alliance

Clinical Advisory Board Member  - Prader-Willi Syndrome Association

Chair  - International Tennis Federation

Fellow  - American College of Sports Medicine

Member  - WTAS LLC

State Medical Advisory Board, the Sports Medicine Committee  - United States Olympic Committee

Advisory Board Member  - The DIAGNOSE CTE Research Project

At-Large Member  - Inc

Board Member  - Datalys Center Inc

GE-NFL Head Health Initiative Medical Advisory Board  - NATIONAL COUNCIL ON YOUTH SPORTS SAFETY INC

State Medical Advisory Board, the Sports Medicine Committee  - USOC

Board Member  - USADA

Full-Time Faculty Member  - North Shore University Hospital

Board Member  - Coalition for Anabolic Steroid Precursor and Ephedra Regulation

Founding Member of the Tennis Anti-Doping Program Review Board  - ATP Inc

Member  - Society for Tennis Medicine and Science

Member  - ITF Sport Science

Board Member  - U.S. Anti-Doping Agency

Member  - iTPA Certification Commission

Founder  - Centre of Excellence for Child Welfare

Founder  - Grand Alliance's

Member  - Society for Tennis Medicine and Science

Founding Member of the Tennis Anti-Doping Program Review Board  - Association of Tennis Professionals

Member  - Medicines Control Agency

Web References  

Advisory Board - DIAGNOSE CTE

Brian Hainline, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer, National Collegiate Athletic Association

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DIII leaders gather to discuss key proposal | - The Official Site of the NCAA

Dr. Brian Hainline, NCAA chief medical officer, shared insight on key NCAA Sport Science Institute initiatives, including concussion research and efforts to address student-athlete mental health.
He also fielded questions regarding the proposal related to independent medical care that Division III members will vote on Saturday. During the session, he addressed a question about how to ensure unchallengeable autonomous authority for athletics health care providers in situations where athletics directors also serve as coaches, a relatively common practice in Division III. Hainline noted that, should the proposal be adopted, athletics departments would need to implement a structure that ensures someone in a dual coach-athletics director role would not have sole hiring or firing authority over health care providers. He also offered details on the duties of the athletics health care administrator - a role that would need to be filled on each Division III campus if the proposal is adopted.

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Datalys Center, Inc. - Board of Directors

Brian Hainline, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer, Vice President Sport Science Institute, NCAA Brian Hainline, M.D., is Chief Medical Officer of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). As the NCAA's first Chief Medical Officer, Brian oversees the NCAA Sport Science Institute, a national center of excellence whose mission is to promote and develop safety, excellence, and wellness in college student-athletes, and to foster life-long physical and mental development. The NCAA Sport Science Institute works collaboratively with member institutions and Centers of Excellence across the United States. For over 20 years, Brian has been actively involved in sports medicine. He co-authored Drugs and the Athlete, and played a pivotal role the development of drug testing and education protocols worldwide. He has served on the New York State Medical Advisory Board, the USOC Sports Medicine Committee, and was a founding member of the Executive Committee of the American Academy of Neurology Sports Neurology Section, where he serves as vice-chair. Brian has played a pivotal role in the development of health and safety standards in tennis, both nationally and internationally. He was Chief Medical Officer of the US Open Tennis Championships for 16 years, and then served as Chief Medical Officer of the United States Tennis Association before moving to the NCAA. He is chair of the International Tennis Federation Sport Science & Medicine Commission, and oversaw the rollout of international wheelchair tennis competition, a sport for which he wrote the rules of eligibility for both para- and quad-tennis. Brian is Clinical Professor of Neurology at New York University Langone School of Medicine and Indiana University School of Medicine.

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