Charlotte Baker and Tosin Ogunmayowa presented a poster, "Application of Multilevel modeling in sports and recreational injuries studies," at the VCOM Via Research Day. Their presentation reviewed the way researchers have used multilevel modeling to look at sports- and recreation-related injury. 

Baker is an assistant professor of epidemiology in public health in the Department of Population Health Sciences. Her work focuses on data analytics questions in public health to improve the control and prevention of sports and recreation injuries among youth, increase physical activity across the lifespan, and solve issues in hematology, such as outcomes for athletes with sickle cell trait. Tosin Ogunmayowa is a PhD student in the Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences graduate program.