Collins joined the Demon Deacon athletic program in January of 1997 as supervisor of the overall sports medicine staff that supports all 18 varsity teams at the university. Among his other duties is the daily care and treatment of the Wake Forest men's basketball team. Collins is also a member of the sports medicine faculty at Wake Forest.
Prior to arriving at Wake Forest, Collins served as the head athletic trainer at the University of Richmond, where he was responsible for coordinating the day-to-day sports medicine needs of a 21-sport intercollegiate program.
Collins is a 1989 graduate of Kansas State where he earned his degree in physical education. He also earned a master's degree from Richmond.
Collins and his wife, Carrie, have a six-year-old son, Drew, and a three-year-old son Ben. They reside in Winston-Salem.
1. Bi-lateral Transcranial Doppler Monitoring During Breathing-Holding in Younger Amateur Athletes; Journal of Neuroimaging: Vol.13, No. 2: April 2003.
2.Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound for Concussion in Amateur Athletes; Journal of Neuroimaging: Vol.13, No. 2: April 2003.