Taylor Langon, MS, LAT, ATC


Taylor earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training from Sacred Heart University in 2016. During her time at Sacred Heart University, she was an AT student for the university’s football, rugby, volleyball, and track teams. She also spent time as a student research assistant by collecting head impact biomechanics data with the men’s lacrosse team. In 2018, Taylor earned her Master’s Degree from the University of Florida while working as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer. Taylor went on to work at Virginia Tech as the Concussion Research Coordinator under the NCAA-DoD CARE Consortium. Upon completion of the CARE Consortium, she stayed at Virginia Tech to begin research related to nutritional supplements and how they influence concussion recovery. Her passion for concussion research led her to study under Dr. Julianne Schmidt and Dr. Rob Lynall in the UGA Concussion Lab prior to joining the Concussion Institute at Northside Hospital. Taylor is currently working on an NFL funded concussion study with UGA Football through the UGA Concussion Lab.


  • Sport-related concussion
  • Concussion biomechanics
  • Nutritional factors on concussion


  •  MS in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology, 2018
    University of Florida
  •  BS in Athletic Training, 2016
    Sacred Heart University