Thomas Cronan has held the position of Head Athletic Trainer at MIT since 2001. He received his B.S. in Athletic Training from Northeastern University, an EdM from Boston University, and is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.
Cronan has led an effort to develop MIT as an effective clinical placement site for BU undergraduate students studying to become athletic trainers. He holds licensure as an athletic trainer in the state of Massachusetts.
Prior to his arrival at MIT, Cronan was an athletic trainer at Boston University for 11 years. He resides in Norwood, Mass. with his wife, Dotty and their daughters, Erin and Kelly.
Michelle Goodrich enters her first year at MIT following a five-year tenure as the head athletic trainer at Pine Manor College.
Prior to joining the Pine Manor staff, Goodrich was as an athletic training graduate assistant for Boston University from 2007-09. From 2006-07, she worked at the Leonard Morse physical therapy clinic at MetroWest Medical Center while also providing athletic training services for Marian High School in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Attaining both of her degrees at Boston University, in 2009 Goodrich received a Masters in Health Education and in 2006 she completed her Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training. In addition, she is a member of the National Athletic Trainers' Association.
Elise Mayers graduated from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in 2007. She then came to MIT as a graduate assistant athletic trainer where she worked closely with the football and men's volleyball programs. Simultaneously, Mayers pursued a Masters in Education, Counseling: Sport Psychology at Boston University. Upon graduation in 2009, she spent the next year at Emerson College before returning to MIT as a full-time athletic trainer.
With the Engineers, Mayers manages the medical care for the baseball, women's lightweight crew, women's soccer, swimming and diving, men's volleyball, and water polo teams. She is also the coordinator of the team physician's weekly clinic held at the MIT Medical and MIT Sports Medicine facilities.
For the past five years, Mayers has served as a preceptor at Boston University for its Athletic Training Education Program. She is certified by the Board of Certification and licensed by the state of Massachusetts to practice athletic training. In addition, Mayers has been a member of the National Athletic Trainer's Association since 2005.
Jess Rooney Gallagher joined the MIT sports medicine staff for the 2007-2008 season and is now in her seventh year working with the Engineer’s intercollegiate teams. She coordinates care for women’s volleyball, men’s basketball, men’s lacrosse, women’s tennis, rifle, and men and women’s cross country.
A 2001 graduate of Northeastern University with a B.S in Athletic Training; continued her academic career with an E.d.M. in Sports Psychology from Boston University in 2003.
Jess joined the MIT staff after spending four years as the Head Athletic Trainer for Campus Recreation at the University of New Hampshire. During her tenure, she coordinated care for 26 club sports including rugby, wrestling, lacrosse, ice hockey, cycling, and woodsmen. While at Boston University, she was a Graduate Assistant for Club Sports, providing care women’s rugby, women’s ice hockey, cycling, and men’s lacrosse.
In addition to her athletic training and administrative responsibilities, Jess serves as an approved clinical instructor for Boston University’s Athletic Training Education Program, where she is responsible for supervising and mentoring athletic training students. She also serves as the MIT’s clinical site coordinator for the BU program.
Jess is a licensed athletic trainer in Massachusetts and an active member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts.
Scot Spak is in his ninth year as an athletic trainer at MIT where he is responsible for the prevention, evaluation, rehabilitation, and treatment of all athletic related injuries and illnesses. He coordinates and oversees the medical care for the Engineers' fencing, football, sailing, softball, men's tennis, and outdoor track and field teams.
Most recently, Spak was selected as the treasurer of the Athletic Trainers of Massachusetts professional organization. He is an approved preceptor for Boston University and continues to supervise and mentor BU athletic training students who study in MIT's Athletic Training Room. Spak served as an adjunct clinical professor for Boston University's Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and is currently a Physical Therapy Mentorship Advisor through BU.
Prior to joining MIT in 2007, Spak was an assistant athletic trainer at Boston University. While at BU, he provided medical care for a majority of the student-athletes, including the basketball, field hockey, and women's lacrosse teams. He was also charged with several administrative responsibilities within Boston University's Sports Medicine Department.
Spak earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Northeastern University in 2000 and a Master's Degree in Education from Boston University in 2001. He is certified by the Board of Certification and licensed by the state of Massachusetts to practice athletic training. In addition, Spak received a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist designation from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Scot and his wife Sarah live in Wrentham with their three sons, Dylan, Tyler, and Brady.
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Dr. Ferullo is a Family Medicine physician, with added certification in Primary Care Sports Medicine. He completed his undergraduate and medical school training at Boston University, and completed his Family Medicine Residency and Sports Medicine Fellowships at Boston Medical Center. Previously, Dr. Ferullo has served as Team Physician for Cambridge Rindge and Latin high school and for Boston University. Currently, Dr.Ferullo is the Head Team Physician for Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His interests include sports related injuries/medical conditions, ice hockey injuries, and running issues.