Andrew Gallucci, PhD, LAT, ATC, CSCS
Department of Health, Human Performance, and Recreation
Dr. Andrew Gallucci currently serves as a faculty member for the Master of Athletic Training program. He received his Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from The University of Alabama and a Master of Science in Health and Human Performance from Oklahoma State University. Prior to receiving his PhD from The University of Alabama, he worked as an athletic trainer for eight years in professional and collegiate baseball.
Dr. Gallucci's research focuses on investigating factors associated with physical and mental health of young adults and healthcare professionals. He has specifically conducted research exploring substance abuse, physical activity, and nutrition among active individuals, college students, and athletic trainers. His research on physical activity and nutritional supplements has sought to identify how levels of activity and supplementation can affect factors such as cardiorespiratory fitness, strength, endurance, and body composition. With respect to substance abuse, his research has primarily focused on patterns of use and/or coping strategies employed when subpopulations (e.g., athletic trainers, college student) perceive and manage stress.