Cliff Robbins graduated from Hamilton College in 2010 with a degree in Psychology. After graduating Hamilton, Cliff joined the Memory Lab at Harvard University as a Research Assistant working on neuroimaging studies of human memory. An avid football fan, Cliff joined the Boston University CTE Research Center in 2012 hoping to help solve the concussion crisis by coordinating several research studies focused on the long term consequences of brain trauma, including the VA–BU–CLF Brain Bank. While at BU, he authored and co-authored several publications on the long term effects of repetitive brain trauma in athletes.
As Educational and Research Program Manager for the Concussion Legacy Foundation, Cliff works with a variety of groups to provide concussion education to athletes, parents, coaches, governing bodies, and medical professionals through policy consulting and educational programming. Cliff regularly speaks on behalf of the Concussion Legacy Foundation at meetings and symposia around the world. While not working to solve the concussion crisis, Cliff enjoys hiking, distance running, and being disappointed by the New York Football Giants.