MAT Faculty & Staff


  • Morgan C. Bagley, Ph.D., AT, ATC

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    Clinical Education Coordinator
    Assistant Professor
    Interim Program Director Master of Athletic Training
    Department of Kinesiology and Sport Science
    Center of Sports Medicine and Applied Biomechanics (SMAB)
    Phone: 330-941-3650


    • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio
    • Master of Arts in Exercise Physiology, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
    • PhD in Exercise Physiology, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

    Morgan Cooper Bagley PhD, AT, ATC is the Clinical Education Coordinator/Assistant Professor in the Youngstown State University Master of Athletic Training Program. Previously she worked at the University of Mount Union as the Clinical Education Coordinator in their undergraduate Athletic Training program and as an athletic trainer with the football, women’s soccer, women’s basketball, and women’s volleyball teams. Bagley started her career at East Carolina University where she worked clinically with the women’s basketball, softball, and football teams and was an instructor in the Athletic Training Program. Her primary line of research is ACL Return to play specifically fatigability utilizing single leg cycling.

  • Jim Shina, MD

    Medical Director

  • Todd Burkey

    Department of Kinesiology and Sport Science
    Head AT Youngstown State Men’s Basketball
    Head Strength Coach Youngstown State Men’s Basketball
    Phone: 330-941-3726


    • Bachelor Science-Applied Science, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio
    • Master of Education-Sports Science, Ashland University, Ashland, Ohio

    Todd Burkey Med, AT, ATC, CSCS is an assistant professor in the Youngstown State University Master of Athletic Training Program. He is also the YSU Men’s Basketball athletic trainer, YSU Women’s Golf athletic trainer and the YSU Men’s Basketball Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Prior to Youngstown State University Burkey worked at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Sports Health Program in Cleveland, Ohio as a clinical athletic trainer and in outpatient physical therapy. In 2001 he returned to his alma mater to take over the role of Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for all sports. Since then he has taught in the University’s Exercise Science (KSS) Program for a variety of courses. In 2008 Burkey transitioned back into the main role of athletic trainer/ strength and conditioning coach for the YSU Men’s basketball program while continuing to teach in the KSS program. He has also worked as the athletic trainer for the YSU sports women’s swimming, M&W track & field, M&W tennis and women’s soccer. Burkey was certified as an athletic trainer in 1995 and strength and conditioning specialist in 1997.