Tuesday Lectures

Tuesday Scientific Lecture Series

Aspetar’s Tuesday Scientific Lecture Series is a sequence of talks held weekly that cover a myriad of educational, medical and scientific topics. Started in 2012, the Tuesday Scientific Lecture Series offers likeminded professionals the opportunity to learn from world-class athletes and renowned sports medicine experts whilst similarly sharing their own knowledge and experience. Aimed at providing insight into best practice approaches in preventing and treating injury and illness, the lectures also encourage critical thinking, stimulate research in sports medicine, and open the floor for networking opportunities. The lectures are free and open to health professionals, and you can contact Aspetar directly for more information and to enquire about an upcoming lecture. The series is also available online via Aspetar’s YouTube page.

Working with medical teams to overcome injuries and win medals by Dame Kelly Holmes

Handball Performance by Dr Marco Cardinale

Handball Injury Prevention by Grethe Myklebust

How to lie in sports medicine using statistics by Rod Whiteley

Analysis of the FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 by Dr George Nassis

The Athlete’s Biological Passport by Louisa Lobigs

Sport and Ramadan by Prof Karim Chamari

Mastering Presentation Delivery by Prof Erik Witvrouw

Revolution in MSK imaging by Dr Bruce Forster          

Performance Matters: Winning the Zero-Sum Game” by Dean Kenneally

Tips and tricks to present your data by Prof Roald Bahr

Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) by Dr Margo Mountjoy

The Rise and Fall of the hip by Dr Ringte Agricola

Elbow Injuries in Overhand Athletes: Valgus Instability By Joshua Dines

Osteochondral Lesions of the Talus byDr G Kerkhoffs 5May2015

ICDs in Athletes by Dr Victoria Watt

ACL injuries: have we solved the problem? By Prof Erik Witvrouw

Working with medical teams to overcome injuries and win medals by Dame Kelly Holmes

Dr Adam Weir showcases Aspetar’s Sports Groin Pain Centre’s work and research in groin pain.

New advances on the effects of training, environmental stress, hydration and diet on immune function.