We’re about to reveal big news regarding anti-doping exhaled breath testing technology…but first, how did we get here? Here’s a high level #techtransfer timeline for what could be the next big thing in sample collection for elite sport (and beyond).
Dr. William Schanzer 2017's Larry D. Bowers Excellence in Anti-Doping Science Award was presented to Prof. Dr Wilhelm Schänzer in recognition of his vital role in the fight for clean sport over his 30+ year anti-doping career. Dr. Schänzer has [...]
What is the PCC's Research Impact Report? In 2017, the PCC began an initiative to more deliberately track the impact of the research we fund. One of the mechanisms used for this is the RIR, or Research Impact Report. The RIR [...]
In 2016 the PCC funded 22 research projects (not including Working Group awards). The following represents a breakdown of research as a product of project category. Projects were categorized by the PCC'S Scientific Advisory Board. Steroids: 36% Projects which study [...]
In honor of Australia's National Science Week, the PCC interviewed Dr. Laura Garvican-Lewis, a researcher at the Australian Institute of Sport currently conducting research she hopes will improve the Athlete Biological Passport. Born in the UK, Laura moved to Australia [...]
Update: Click Here for the 2018 list While the PCC's 2017 Conference is sold out (email firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the wait list), here are some additional anti-doping conferences being held around the world this year. Click on the conference [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 15, 2016 Michael Pearlmutter Partnership for Clean Competition Executive Director 719.866.3307 email@example.com COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. The PGA TOUR, a Contributor to the Partnership for Clean Competition since 2008, has renewed its commitment to protecting clean athletes [...]