Meghan R. Jackson, PhD, ATC, LAT, CSCS
Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
Meghan Jackson, Ph.D., ATC, CSCS, is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Kinesiology at Louisiana State University. In 2008, she earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri in Exercise Science where she was an Athletic Training Student for four years. As a graduate student she
was a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for softball and swimming and diving at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois, where she earned a Masters Degree in Kinesiology. In 2010, Dr. Jackson joined Lindenwood University acting as the Director of the Fitness Center and instructing courses within Health and Exercise Science. In 2012, Dr. Jackson began her doctoral work focusing on clinical anatomy concentrating on biarticulate muscles and using imaging modalities in injury tracking of overhead athletes. While obtaining her doctorate, she held positions within the Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training as a Graduate Assistant and as Interim Assistant Program Director, as well as Instructor within Kinesiology.
Selected PublicationsLandin D, Thompson, M, Jackson M. (In Press). Actions of the Biceps Brachii at the Shoulder: A Review. Journal of Clinical Medicine Research
Selected PresentationsBenson, A.A & Reid, M (2015) Utilizing Evidence Based Practice Continuing Education Units to Educate Certified Athletic Trainers on General Medical Conditions in Ethnically Diverse Populations. National Athletic Trainers Association Ethnic Diversity Enhancement Grant. *Accepted for Presentation at NATA 2017
Jackson M, Landin D. (February 2017). Medial elbow joint space in overhead athletes. SEACSM, Greenville, SC.
Landin D, Reid M, Thompson M. (February 2016). Clarifying biarticulate muscle actions and clinical applications of the findings. SEACSM, Greenville, SC.
Reid M, Landin D. (May 2014). Ultrasound evaluation of medial elbow joint space in recreationally active individuals. ACSM National Meeting, Orlando, Fl.
Reid M, Landin, D. (February 2013). Hip and knee joint angles affect rectus femoris hip flexion torque. SEACSM, Greenville, SC.