Dr. B. Elizabeth Delasobera, MD, FACEP
Board certified in emergency medicine.
|Medical School||Stanford University|
|Comments||After attending Stanford for medical school, Dr Delasobera completed her emergency medicine residency at Georgetown University/Washington Hospital Center. She served as their chief resident and was awarded clinician of the year. She then completed a sports medicine fellowship at VCU. As part of her fellowship she worked with Oakton High School and Marymount University as their head team physician. She also worked with the Nationals and the Redskins as part of her fellowship training. While in college at Yale, Dr Delasobera played varsity Division I tennis and was captain of her team and was ranked as high as 86 in the country. Her own athletic experiences and personal injuries help her relate to her patients and athletes on a personal level. She is currently one of the few female sports medicine physicians in the DC area.|
Lauren Haynie, Head Athletic Trainer
Lauren Haynie is in her fifth year at CUA after arriving from Assumption College. In her role, Haynie oversees the operation of the athletic training room. She acts as the primary athletic trainer for the football, swimming and women’s lacrosse teams, while assisting in planning the rehabilitation process for all CUA student-athletes. Haynie supervises a staff of full-time employees while serving as an advisor for both the Student-Athlete Advisory Council and cheerleading team. She also assists in planning educational opportunities for student-athletes in her role as Student-Athlete Affairs Advisor.
A native of Washington, D.C., Haynie received her B.S. in kinesiology from Penn State University. While in school she worked as a student trainer for the Nittany Lions' women's basketball and gymnastics teams. She then earned her master’s of education from Old Dominion University and also worked as a graduate assistant in the ODU athletic training room.
Haynie served as the head athletic trainer at Lane College in Jackson Tenn., for two years before beginning her tenure at Assumption. She has also worked for the National Youth Sports Program as a medical coordinator and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist.
Jaime Walls, Associate Athletic Trainer
Associate athletic trainer Jaime Walls came to Catholic
University in December of 2006. A graduate of the University
of Richmond and Western Michigan University, Jaime is a certified
American Red Cross Instructor of First Aid, CPR and AED for the lay
responder and professional rescuer. In addition she serves as
the head cheerleading coach at CUA. Prior to starting at
Catholic University Jaime worked in an Orthopedic office as the
Durable Medical Equipment Coordinator for The Training Room,
While in graduate school at Western Michigan, Jaime worked as an athletic trainer for Kalamazoo College servicing 16 sports. Upon graduation, Jaime became an assistant athletic trainer and certified clinical instructor for the athletic training education program at Albion College. Jaime taught numerous classes in the education program, serviced athletes of 20 sports and was a part of the accreditation process for the Athletic Training Education Program.
Jaime her husband George reside in Oxon Hill, Md.
Katie Dillon, Assistant Athletic Trainer
Katie Dillon came to Catholic University in 2012 following a
one-year stint at Auburn University in Alabama. At Auburn,
Dillon earned her master’s degree in exercise science, while
also serving as a licensed athletic trainer at The Orthopaedic
Clinic in Opelika, Ala. Here, Dillon worked with numerous
schools and youth athletic associations, providing care for acute
and emergency injuries.
Dillon was also contracted to Fort Benning Army Base in Georgia, where she worked with basic training soldiers as well as post surgical and long-term rehabilitation soldiers.
Prior to her experience in Alabama and Georgia, Dillon served as the Head Certified Athletic Trainer at Bayside Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation in Edgewater, Maryland. Dillon was contracted to three high schools, and was in charge of all boys and girls varsity and junior varsity sports.
Dillon has also worked as an athletic training intern with the University of Maryland football program, in addition to a number of camps.
A graduate of James Madison University, Dillon earned her bachelor’s degree in athletic training.