102 – Research and Innovation in Blood Microsampling for Anti-Doping – Christophe Stove, PhD
Dr. Christophe Stove is a faculty member in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Director of the Laboratory of Toxicology at Ghent University. In this interview, he shares more about his career and his research on blood microsampling for anti-doping, including advances in microsampling approaches and strategies for addressing the hematocrit effect in dried blood samples.
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101 – USOPC’s Continued Commitment to Clean Sport and Anti-Doping Science – Sarah Hirshland
The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) is a Founding Member of the Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC) and has supported anti-doping research and innovation for 15 years through this valuable partnership. In this episode Sarah Hirshland, Chief Executive Officer of the USOPC, tells us more about the USOPC, the importance of continuing to advance anti-doping science, and what she envisions for the PCC going forward.
100 – Perspectives on the PCC’s 15 Years of Anti-Doping Excellence – Travis Tygart
Travis Tygart is Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), and he has held this position since 2007. USADA is one of the Founding Members of the Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC), and Travis is an Emeritus Board of Governors Member of the PCC. In this interview, we talk more about USADA’s history and also discuss the origins and impacts of the PCC in celebration of the PCC’s 15th anniversary this year.
99 – An Inside Look at NSF and the Certified for Sport Program – John Travis
John Travis is the Certified for Sport Technical Manager at NSF, and in this interview, we talk more about NSF, John’s research, and how he and his colleagues at NSF are working to protect clean sport through their certification programs and other efforts.
98 – Measuring Peptides and Proteins in Anti-Doping – David Cowan, PhD
Dr. David Cowan is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Environmental, Analytical, and Forensic Science at King’s College London. He joins us in this interview to talk more about advances in methods for detecting and measuring peptides and proteins in anti-doping, including work on insulin, IGF-1, and P-III-NP. He also shares updates on a PCC-funded Micro-Grant project and some of the other excellent anti-doping research projects at King’s College London.