Emory University Receives $4M Grant for Virtual Reality Sports Injury Prevention Research

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The Emory Sports Performance And Research Center (SPARC) has received a $4.5 million grant from the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation to establish the Georgia Initiative for Virtual Reality, Education and Sport program. The school-based program will leverage virtual reality technology and disseminate scientific discoveries from EMORY SPARC to reduce injury risk in young athletes and improve their game performance.

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