Jocelyn R Gravlee MD, CAQSM
Jocelyn Rathbun Gravlee, MD, received her Bachelors of Science in Zoology at the University of Florida, and was a scholarship athlete on the UF gymnastics team. She completed medical school and family medicine residency at the University of Florida, and a primary care sports medicine fellowship at the University of Michigan. Dr. Gravlee is a provider on the Sports Medicine and Acute Care Team at the UF Student Health Care Center, and is a team physician for the University of Florida Athletic Association. Her professional interests include relative energy deficiency in sport/female athlete triad and medical education.
Leslie R Herndon MBA
Leslie Herndon, MBA, received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in 2005 and Master’s of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Saint Leo University in 2007. Leslie has worked at the University of Florida for over 16 years. She has worked in the College of Medicine for the last 14 years as an Assistant Director of Finance for 5 years and an Associate Director of Healthcare Administrative Services for 9 years. Prior to this, she worked in UF Payroll Services for 2 years. She currently is the Assistant Director of Administration at Student Health Care Center.
Matthew P Walser PA-C
Matthew Walser, PA-C, ATC: Matt “the Sports PA” graduated with a degree in Exercise Science with an emphasis in Athletic Training and Education from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado in 1994. After graduation, he was selected to work as an intern with the Dallas Cowboys before he returned to Colorado and served as the Assistant Athletic Trainer at Overland High School in Aurora, Colorado. After a short stint at the high school level, he earned his master’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Florida and transitioned from a graduate assistant to a full time staff position with UF football. He worked up to the role of Associate Head Football Athletic Trainer before he resigned to attend Physician Assistant School at the University of Florida. Upon graduation in 2006, he was hired at UF Orthopaedics where he spent 12 years working with the sports medicine surgeons in a clinical and surgical role. He has spent countless hours teaching athletic training, physical therapy and physician assistant students since his arrival to UF in 1995. He continues his involvement with medical coverage of UF athletic events. He currently serves as a physician assistant with the UF Student Health Care Center in the Sports Medicine and Acute Care (SMAC) Division and is actively involved with the Athletic Training, Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Education Programs. His hobbies include flying and spending time outdoors and enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.