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Anti-doping Podcast2022-12-30T09:41:25-07:00

94 – Advances and Innovation from the Center for Research & Expertise in Anti-Doping sciences – Raphaël Faiss, PhD

Dr. Raphaël Faiss is Research Manager at the Center for Research & Expertise in Anti-Doping sciences (REDs) and Senior Lecturer in Exercise Physiology at the University of Lausanne. He is also a former elite cyclist. In this episode, Raphaël shares more about the REDs, anti-doping research, and some of his current research projects, including work investigating potential confounding factors in the Athlete Biological Passport. He also discusses his collaboration on a PCC-funded research project investigating the potential use of performance monitoring to augment anti-doping efforts.

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    93 – PGA TOUR’s Anti-Doping Program – Renee Tomb

    Renee Tomb is Director of Policy Administration at PGA TOUR. In this episode, Renee discusses her work, PGA TOUR’s Anti-Doping Program, and why the PGA TOUR’s clean sport efforts are so critical.

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    92 – Clean Sport Programs and Initiatives at UK Anti-Doping – Jane Rumble

    Jane Rumble is Chief Executive at UK Anti-Doping (UKAD). In our conversation, we discuss Jane’s career, UKAD and its history, their efforts to ensure clean sport in the UK, and how the organization has changed and incorporated new innovations over the years.

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    91 – Developing Instruments for Chemical Analysis in Anti-Doping and Beyond – Andrew Jones, PhD

    Dr. Andrew Jones is the CEO and Co-Founder of Activated Research Company, a company dedicated to creating new products to make chemical analysis easy and accessible. In our conversation, we talk more about Andrew’s career, the innovative products he is developing at Activated Research Company, and how their products can be used to advance anti-doping.

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    90 – Investigating Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry for Anti-Doping – Chris Chouinard, PhD

    Dr. Chris Chouinard is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Clemson University. In this episode, we discuss Chris’s career, his PCC-funded research investigating the development and potential applications of ion mobility-mass spectrometry for anti-doping, and how his work may impact anti-doping and other fields.

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    89 – WADA’s Anti-Doping Education and Social Science Research – Tony Cunningham

    Tony Cunningham is a Senior Manager in the Education Department with responsibility for Social Science Research and Policy at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In our interview, we talk more about Tony’s career, education initiatives at WADA, the International Standard for Education and the impacts it is having on anti-doping education, as well as support for social science research at WADA.

    By |November 1st, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 89 – WADA’s Anti-Doping Education and Social Science Research – Tony Cunningham