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Health & Human Performance
Director, Athletic Training Program

Portrait of Greg Jancaitis

Greg Jancaitis completed his B.S. in athletic training at the University of New England, his M.Ed. in athletic training at the University of Virginia, and his Doctor of Athletic Training from A.T. Still University. 

Jancaitis has athletic training experience in a variety of clinical settings, including as a graduate assistant at Fork Union Military Academy, a physical therapy clinic setting, public high school, and a sports medicine primary care physicians’ office. He joined the Norwich faculty in 2014 and has served on the university’s Wellness Committee, as advisor to the Sports Medicine Society, and as the secretary for the Vermont Association of Athletic Trainers. He remains active clinically by providing per diem services to area high school athletic programs and volunteering at the Vermont City Marathon. In his teaching, Jancaitis works to incorporate patient-centered care and health information technology into the Health Sciences and Athletic Training programs coursework. His research consists of investigating incidence of injuries in cycling events.

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