8 11, 2017

Video: From PCC Fellowship to Anti-Doping Career

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Dr. Geoff Miller, currently Research & Laboratory Manager at the WADA-Accredited Sports Medicine Research and Testing Laboratory (SMRTL) in Utah, discusses the PCC Fellowship which facilitated his career in anti-doping science. Dr. Miller is the first PhD scientist to complete the PCC [...]

8 06, 2017

The Chemistry of Doping

By | June 8th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Video|0 Comments

How do chemists support clean sport and clean athletes? We are pleased to share this excellent overview of the role of chemistry in anti-doping collection and analysis techniques, featuring PCC funded researcher Dr. David Cowan, and PCC Fellow Dr. Liying Jiang, both [...]

11 05, 2017

New Technology in Anti-Doping: Policy Considerations for Pro Sporting Leagues

By | May 11th, 2017|Categories: Video|0 Comments

At our 2017 Conference, several leading edge technologies were unveiled (including testing using dried plasma spots, and breath) that could make anti-doping testing cheaper and easier for leagues, and less invasive for athletes. The PCC invited Mr. Dan Halem, Chief Legal Officer [...]

1 05, 2017

Award: Outstanding Contribution to Anti-Doping Science (2017): Dr. Jack Henion and Dr. Imelda Ryona

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At the PCC’s 2017 Conference we had the pleasure of awarding our Outstanding Contribution to Anti-Doping Science award to Dr. Jack Henion and Dr. Imelda Ryona of Q² Solutions, for their work creating dried plasma spot (DPS) technology which offers an easy, [...]

10 05, 2016

WADA Doping Control

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10 05, 2016

Anti-Doping in Sports

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