Prior to coming to UMMC in April of 2016, Dr. Reneker was a faculty member at Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio. While there, she received grant funding and conducted collaborative research with Akron Children's Hospital Sports Medicine Center, authoring multiple publications on sports-related concussion and rehabilitative management of symptoms after concussion. She is recognized as an expert in concussion and has spoken at multiple national level conferences to an array of healthcare providers on this topic. In addition to her faculty appointments, Jennifer holds a telework appointment at the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, as a research mentor within the orthopedic and geriatric physical therapy residency programs. Employed by the VA since 2003, she has contributed on multiple national workgroups, including being a contributor to the Falls Toolkit for the National Patient Safety Center, the primary author for the Department of Veterans Affairs Clinical Practice Recommendation for Mobility Dogs, and a leader within the Physical Therapy Field Advisory Council on Education Committee. Dr. Reneker is currently occupied with efforts to expand concussion prevention and management practices in Mississippi and is engaged with a variety of stakeholders across the state. She was recently awarded an intramural grant to study a novel concussion prevention intervention in collegiate soccer players. Dr. Reneker holds a board certification in neurological physical therapy and a certificate in vestibular rehabilitation. She has a PhD in public health, specializing in epidemiology, from Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.