Each year, Dr. Mario Thevis, head of the Centre for Preventative Doping Research and Vice President of Research at the German Sport University Cologne, hosts the Manfred Donike Workshop in Germany. The namesake of the workshop, Dr. Donike, was the German [...]
There seems to be a lot of confusion around the pre-application. Allow us to clarify and offer some pre-application tips! The purpose of the pre-app is to convey the aim of the proposed research to the Scientific Advisory Board without making [...]
It’s that time of year again! The PCC has compiled a list of international anti-doping conferences in 2020. so YOU can learn from leading scientists and stay up to date with the newest advancements in the field. Bookmark this page! Updates [...]
The PCC is once again delighted to attend the Manfred Donike Workshop, held annually in Cologne, Germany. 2020 marks the 38th iteration of the event. The conference is hosted by Dr. Mario Thevis, head of the Centre for Preventative Doping Research and Vice [...]
The PCC seeks a #scicomm intern!Apply by October 18, 2019 via the Olympic & Paralympic Committee website: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/USO1001/JobBoard/bc8f4af5-0753-ca80-0a4c-4f512286e8f1/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=3b646850-942d-41a0-b243-407e128aef90This is your opportunity to work at Team USA headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado at the base of the Rocky Mountains communicating the stories [...]
From November 11-13, 2019, the Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sport Sciences (NEXSKU) will offer the 5th biannual "Doping and Human Exercise Performance" Symposium featuring experts on a variety of topics related to doping in sports from omics strategies to hematology. [...]
2018 was an amazing year for PCC scientists: nearly $4 M USD was awarded, including four Fellowships to promising young PhDs, and products of PCC research were published and/or presented around the world by more than 20 PCC investigators. But few [...]
When US Pro Sports leagues and Olympic programs couldn't get access to the tubes they required for their drug programs, the PCC funded a micro-grant to ensure access to the equipment they needed.
New nanomaterials could provide fast and sensitive detection of growth hormone peptides, anabolic-androgenic steroids, and banned stimulants within seconds.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS – TARGETED RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Single Cell HbA1C Fraction Distribution Assay This RFP aims at funding an analytical approach to precisely measure percent glycated hemoglobin (HbA1C) fraction at the single Red Blood Cell (RBC) level from whole-blood [...]