20 04, 2017

PCC Recognizes Elite Athlete and Doping Whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova (video)

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Last week, the PCC held our bi-annual conference. Themed Beyond Research: Translating Anti-Doping Impact into Impact, the conference featured panels and presentations highlighting the newest technology resulting from PCC research, and the implications of such advances for anti-doping labs, administrators, and [...]

24 02, 2017

Anti-Doping Conferences in 2017

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While the PCC's 2017 Conference is sold out (email jcelmer@cleancompetition.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 title for more information. Tackling Doping in [...]

16 02, 2017

Research Spotlight: Growth Hormone Biomarkers Test

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In 2012, the PCC assembled a team of researchers representing five distinct laboratories around the world: Dr. David Cowan of King’s College London Drug Control Center, Dr. Andrew Hoofnagle of the University of Washington, Dr. Mario Thevis of the Sport University [...]

14 12, 2016

Research Update: Dr. Cowan

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  Dr. Cowan, Head of the WADA-Accredited Drug Control Center at King's College London, has provided the following update on his PCC funded research. Project title: Developing a mass spectrometric method for PIIINP and other collagen bone biomarkers to detect rHGH [...]

28 09, 2016

What’s Next Wednesday: PCC Funded Anti-Doping Reference Materials for WADA-Accredited Labs

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Metrology, the science of measurement, is a critical component of nearly all competitive sports. Whether providing accurate measurements for a runner’s time or the distance of a quarterback’s pass, achievement in sport is driven by comparative metrics. The measurement of performance [...]

8 09, 2016

Beyond Anabolic Steroids: Anti-Doping Research has Multiple Priorities

By | September 8th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

A common misconception of doping in sport is that the problem is confined to substances like steroids and growth hormone (HGH) which promote the growth of skeletal muscle. However, the scope of doping, and thus the research that must accompany it, [...]

3 06, 2016

Fellowship Friday: It’s (Dr.) Miller Time!

By | June 3rd, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

A seminar at the University of Utah by Dr. Daniel Eichner, president of the Sports Medicine Research and Testing Laboratory (SMRTL) piqued Dr. Geoff Miller's interest back in 2014. Now, he's on track for a promising career in anti-doping research. With [...]

5 04, 2016

Micro-Grants: the Latest Tool in the PCC’s Arsenal as we Fight for Clean Sport.

By | April 5th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

  The integrity of sport is worth protecting. The science of anti-doping must be flexible enough to stay ahead of athletes and other support professionals who make the wrong choices when it comes to the use of performance-enhancing substances. Anti-doping science [...]

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