Center for Injury Research and Prevention

Ari Fish, BS

Ari Fish - CIRP
Clinical Research Assistant

Ari Fish, BS joined the Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) as a Clinical Research Assistant in the summer of 2018. At the Center, Ari helps to support the portfolio of concussion projects by assisting with data collection in the sports clinics, performing baseline/post-season concussion assessments on local athletes using objective physiological metrics, as well as assisting with data maintenance and organization.

Prior to joining the Center, Ari worked as a Lab Manager for the Mechanisms of Disinhibition Laboratory at Yale University. He then completed a two-year intramural research fellowship at the National Institute of Mental Health in the Developmental Neurogenomics Unit of the Child Psychiatry Branch.

Ari graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2014 and plans to attend medical school. He can be reached at:

Research Interests

concussion, brain development, neuroscience, injury prevention


Objective Measures for Concussion, Improving Pediatric Concussion Management