Mrs Erin Vanderbunt
Education: M.S. in Sports Health Care, Arizona School of Health Sciences
Erin VanderBunt is a full-time Instructor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education. She obtained her Master of Science degree in Sports Health Care from ATSU Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona, and she obtained her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, with an Athletic Training emphasis, from the University of Illinois.
Erin began her career as a Certified Athletic Trainer and has served in a variety of athletic training positions, including Head Athletic Trainer at Paradise Valley Community College, Co-head Athletic Trainer at Deer Valley High School and as the Clinical Coordinator for the Sports Health Care Program at Arizona School of Health Sciences. While at ATSU Arizona School of Health Sciences, her primary research interests were related to Disordered Eating and the Female Athlete Triad.
Erin teaches a variety of physical activity related Kinesiology courses, as well as Biomechanics and Functional Anatomy.
Bonci C, Bonci L, Granger L, Johnson C, Malina B, Milne L, Ryan R, VanderBunt E. National Athletic Trainers’ Association Position Statement on Disordered Eating. Journal of Athletic Training: 2008;43(1):80-108.
VanderBunt E, Kingma J, Hay J. The knowledge and awareness of Certified Athletic Trainers Concerning Disordered Eating. Journal of Athletic Training, 2002;37(2): S-81.