Upon graduation from the University of Arkansas, Dr. Benjamin Stone attended Exeter College of Oxford University (UK) through the United States Air Force Institute of Technology. At Oxford, Dr. Stone developed a keen interest in cardiovascular physiology. He completed his PhD and related coursework for his medical doctorate and also coordinated research at the British Olympic Medical Institute, Oxford Nutraceuticals Group, and Cambridge University. Dr. Stone served as Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology at the University of Central Arkansas, Sr. Tutor at Oxford University, and designed curriculums for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
In 2017, Dr. Stone co-developed Sigma Tactical Wellness, an organization intent on determining the causes-of and reducing the prevalence of coronary disease in law enforcement officers throughout the United States. To date, his program has screened more than 7000 police officers and the derived data and methods are being used across the nation to save countless lives.
As a well-regarded lecturer, Dr. Stone has presented data at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conferences, several state Chiefs Associations, The FBI National Academy Associates, and many other state, local, and federal law-enforcement agencies.
Sigma began with the desire to create efficient avenues for members of public safety seeking a greater measure of health and performance from their daily lives. Today, we have served more than 1,000s emergency responders in the United States.
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