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Anti-doping Podcast2020-03-18T12:08:21-06:00

87 – NADA Germany’s Commitment to Clean Sport – Lars Mortsiefer

Dr. Lars Mortsiefer is Legal Director, Chief Legal Officer, and a Member of the Executive Board of the National Anti Doping Agency of Germany (NADA Germany). He is also Vice-Chair of the Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations (iNADO). In our interview, Lars shares more about his career, NADA Germany, the organization’s history, and their anti-doping efforts.

By |October 4th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 87 – NADA Germany’s Commitment to Clean Sport – Lars Mortsiefer
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    86 – Drone Delivery and Other Novel Research at the Anti-Doping Lab Qatar – Vidya Mohamed-Ali, PhD

    Dr. Vidya Mohamed-Ali is Scientific Advisor at the Anti-Doping Lab Qatar and Deputy Director of the Centre of Metabolism and Inflammation at University College London. In our conversation, Vidya shares details about her career and research at the Anti-Doping Lab Qatar, including projects focused on detecting blood doping, their work using metabolomics to identify doping via growth hormone and autologous blood transfusion, and an innovative new PCC-funded study exploring use of drones for transport of anti-doping samples.

    By |September 20th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 86 – Drone Delivery and Other Novel Research at the Anti-Doping Lab Qatar – Vidya Mohamed-Ali, PhD

    85 – Anti-Doping Lab Qatar is Dedicated to Protecting Clean Sport – Alka Beotra, PhD

    Dr. Alka Beotra is Director of the WADA-Accredited Qatar Doping Analysis Laboratory and Qatar Athlete Passport Management Unit. In our interview, she shares more about the Anti-Doping Lab Qatar, the organization’s history, her career in anti-doping, preparations for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup, and more.

    By |September 6th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 85 – Anti-Doping Lab Qatar is Dedicated to Protecting Clean Sport – Alka Beotra, PhD

    84 – Doping Prevention and Education at the French Anti-Doping Agency – Catherine Coley

    Catherine Coley is Director of the Prevention and Education Department at the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD). In this episode, she shared more about AFLD’s history and mission, her work on their anti-doping prevention and education programs, and preparations for the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games that will be held in Paris in 2024.

    By |August 16th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 84 – Doping Prevention and Education at the French Anti-Doping Agency – Catherine Coley

    83 – Research Updates from the Sports Medicine Research Testing Laboratory – Geoff Miller, PhD

    Dr. Geoff Miller is Assistant Laboratory Director at the Sports Medicine Research Testing Laboratory (SMRTL) in Utah. In this episode, we talk more about SMRTL and the exciting research projects Geoff has been working on, including studies to detect growth hormone with capillary dried blood spot testing and capillary whole blood testing for Athlete Biological Passport analyses. He also shares his experiences as a former PCC Research Fellow.

    By |August 2nd, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 83 – Research Updates from the Sports Medicine Research Testing Laboratory – Geoff Miller, PhD

    82 – Exploring WADA’s Anti-Doping Administration & Management System (ADAMS) – Chaya Ndiaye

    Chaya Ndiaye is the Head of Product at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In this episode, she guides us through WADA’s Anti-Doping Administration Management System (ADAMS), talking about what it is, how it’s used, and how it has changed and continues to evolve over time to meet the needs of its users in the anti-doping community.

    By |July 19th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 82 – Exploring WADA’s Anti-Doping Administration & Management System (ADAMS) – Chaya Ndiaye

    81 – Swiss Doping Control Laboratory and the World Association of Anti-Doping Scientists – Tiia Kuuranne, PhD

    Dr. Tiia Kuuranne is Director of the Swiss Laboratory for Doping Control Analyses, Adjunct Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Helsinki, and President of the World Association of Anti-Doping Scientists (WAADS). She is joining us to talk more about her work in the lab as well as the important role that WAADS plays in promoting clean sport.

    By |July 5th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 81 – Swiss Doping Control Laboratory and the World Association of Anti-Doping Scientists – Tiia Kuuranne, PhD

    80 – Anti-Doping Knowledge Center Deep Dive – Rien Tuk

    Rien Tuk works for The Anti-Doping Authority Netherlands (Dutch Doping Authority) as Manager of the Anti-Doping Knowledge Center (https://www.doping.nl/). He joins us today to talk more about the Dutch Doping Authority and the unique resource they have developed for disseminating information related to anti-doping. The Anti-Doping Knowledge Center continues to grow, and it is a valuable resource for people around the world. You can contribute to The Anti-Doping Knowledge Center by emailing relevant anti-doping documents such as scientific journal articles, case law, reports, or other documents to adkc@dopingautoriteit.nl.

    By |June 21st, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 80 – Anti-Doping Knowledge Center Deep Dive – Rien Tuk

    79 – Anti-Doping Perspectives from the PCC’s Executive Director – Ryan Murphy

    Ryan Murphy joined the Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC) as the Executive Director in 2021. In this episode, he shares more about his current position and his prior career experiences that led him to the PCC. In addition, he talks about the PCC’s mission, current research funding opportunities, and what’s next for the PCC.

    By |June 7th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 79 – Anti-Doping Perspectives from the PCC’s Executive Director – Ryan Murphy

    78 – Olympic Historian Tracks Anti-Doping History – Bill Mallon, MD

    Dr. Bill Mallon is an Olympic historian as well as Co-founder and Past President of the International Society of Olympic Historians. He is also a medical doctor, specializing in orthopedic surgery, and a former professional golfer. Bill joined us in this episode to discuss the history of anti-doping and the Olympics.

    By |May 17th, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 78 – Olympic Historian Tracks Anti-Doping History – Bill Mallon, MD

    77 – The Role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Anti-Doping Law – Paul Greene, JD

    Paul Greene is an attorney at Global Sports Advocates, LLC who represents a variety of clients in the sports realm, including everyone from Olympic committees to athletes accused of doping. He joins us in this episode to discuss the legal process for athletes who might find themselves accused of wrongdoing.

    By |May 3rd, 2022|Categories: Podcast|Comments Off on 77 – The Role of the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Anti-Doping Law – Paul Greene, JD

    76 – NFL’s Efforts to Promote Clean Sport in Football – Janelle Winston, JD

    Janelle Winston is a lawyer who represents the NFL and its teams in labor-management disputes involving compensation and salary, player discipline, electronic medical records, and workers’ compensation, as well as anti-doping. She is also the newest member of the Partnership for Clean Competition’s Board of Governors, representing the NFL. We discuss these topics and more in this episode.