Janine Osterman MS, ATC, CSCS, PES, ROT is in her tenth year with Norwich University serving as an instructor and clinical education coordinator for the Athletic Training program within the Department of Health and Human Performance.
She returned to Norwich for the 2017-2018 academic year after spending the previous four years employed as an athletic trainer in an orthopedic practice in Eastern North Carolina and in primary care sports medicine at the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, VA. Previously, Janine served as the clinical education coordinator and lecturer in the Athletic Training program at Norwich from 2008-2013. She was an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Norwich working with our men’s ice hockey program from 2004-2008. Janine served as the coordinator of the Fitness Management Program, instructor of athletic training, strength coach, and staff athletic trainer at Barton College from 2013-2014. She earned her BS in Athletic Training from Alfred University in 1999, and MS in Human Performance from Frostburg State University in 2003. Janine is currently a student in the Doctorate of Athletic Training program at Temple University and anticipates completing her degree in June of 2018. Her research interests include return to duty for cadets suffering from concussion, sub-symptom threshold exercise training in rehabilitation from concussion, and the integration of classroom learning in the clinical education setting.