Douglas T. Owens, Brian J. Toy, Thomas Parchman
Dr. Douglas T. Owens is the F. Ludwig Diehn Endowed Chair of Instrumental Music Education and Graduate Program Director at the F. Ludwig Diehn School of Music at Old Dominion University. Dr. Owens has published research in Medical Problems of Performing Artists, National Band Association Journal, and The Instrumentalist. https://www.odu.edu/directory/people/d/dtowens
Dr. Brian Toy received his B.S. from the State University of New York, College at Cortland, his M.S. from Marshall University, and his PhD from the University of Toledo. Prior to retiring from the University of Southern Maine in 2023, Professor Toy served the University in many capacities which included as Director of Athletic Training Education, Chairperson for the Department of Exercise, Health, and Sport Sciences, and as Associate Dean, and Interim Dean, of both USM’s College of Nursing and Health Professions and Lewiston Auburn College. Across his 38-year career in higher education Dr. Toy made numerous national presentations and published many peer-reviewed manuscripts related to the health and well-being of collegiate student athletes and musicians. He is also the author of a textbook entitled Primary Care for Sports and Fitness: A Lifespan Approach (2009, F.A. Davis Publishing).
Dr. Thomas Parchman holds the rank of Professor at the University of Southern Maine Osher School of Music. He has been the Principal Clarinetist with the Portland Symphony Orchestra since 1984. Dr. Parchman is also a member of the Rhode Island Philharmonic and regularly performs recitals throughout New England. https://usm.maine.edu/music/thomas-parchman