Nick Domicone joined The Ohio State University in September of 2018. As the Director of Sports Science, he works to improve performance and reduce injury risk of all student athletes at OSU.
In 2014, Nick received a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with a specialization in Biomechanics from the Ohio State University. While there, he participated in an internship involving the design and production of various biomedical devices to be used by individuals with neurological and orthopedic impairments. He also participated in various biomedical research projects, including microfluidics and liquid lens technology. He is Co-Author of the latter, which is published in the Optical Letters Journal. He was also a member, Vice President, and coach of the Ohio State University Men’s Volleyball Club.
Immediately after graduation, Nick worked as an engineer for TS Tech Americas, Inc. where he developed and tested new-model seats for Honda vehicles. In his two years there, he was the project lead for seven automotive projects, which are all currently in production.
In 2016, Nick accepted a position as a contractor for the United States Air Force Research Lab at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, studying the use of wearable technology to enhance performance and reduce injuries of the modern warrior. He managed AFRL’s interaction with sports science testing and workflow for the Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati, Columbus Crew Soccer Club, Air Force Special Operations Command, and the Marine School of Infantry. He was also heavily involved with validation and testing of various wearable devices and recovery modalities.
Nick is originally from Beavercreek, Ohio and currently resides in Columbus, Ohio.