Dr. Daniel Eichner:
- (2012-2017) “IGF-1 Working Group”
- (2016) “Conversion of the Hematologic Passport Testing for Use with Dried Blood Spots”
- (2016) “Administration of Clomiphene: Short and Long Term Metabolism in an Anti-Doping Setting”
- (2015) “Hematological passport using dried blood spots”
- (2015) “Intranasal delivery of testosterone and its effect on doping markers”
- (2014) “Evaluating Hepcidin as a Biomarker of Blood Doping”
- (2014) “Detecting Autologous Transfusion by Measuring Alterations in the Dynamics of Red Blood Cell Maturation and Recycling”
- (2014) “Trestolone Testing Protocol Development”
- (2014) “Detecting Marijuana and Stimulants in Oral Fluid Samples”
- (2010) “Urine Steroid Profile”
Dr. Geoff Miller: (2014) “Assessing hydration status through evaluation of albumin osmolality and lactate for the ABP”
Dr. Doug Rollins: (2009) “Longitudinal evaluation of urinary endogenous steroid concentrations in the NFL drug testing program”
The Sports Medicine Research and Testing Laboratory at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City is a world-class WADA-Accredited anti-doping laboratory which features some of the broadest testing mechanisms for performance enhancing drugs available. Led by Dr. Daniel Eichner, SMRTL devotes over 10,000 SF to the blood and urine testing of athlete samples from professional sports to high school athletes. Their impressive, high-tech facility features the capacity for research and testing including those using the following techniques: immunoassay, gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC/MS), liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC/MS), isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS), gel electrophoresis, and bio and chemiluminescence.
To learn more about SMRTL, visit their website.