APNM Presidents' Lecture
Last updated 15 December, 2017
The APNM Presidents' Lecture is a keynote event at the annual CSEP conference, sponsored by the CSEP journal, Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism. The lecture was first given at CSEP 2012 in Regina, Saskatchewan.
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Kevin Shoemaker, PhD, Western University
"Richard Hughson: Mr. Spats meets Major Tom"
Kristin Campbell, PhD, University of British Columbia
"Exercise and Breast Cancer: The Canadian Paddle-Stroke Heard Around the World"
Mike Riddell, PhD, York University
"Clinical challenges of exercise management in pediatric type 1 diabetes: The Bar-Or Exercise Exchange concept and some lesser effective solutions..."
Guang Sun, PhD, Memorial University of Newfoundland
"The genetic, nutritional and endocrine factors of human obesity: findings from NL studies"
Tara Haas, PhD, York University
"Go with the Flow- controlling capillary growth in skeletal muscle"
Mark Tarnopolsky, MD, PhD, FRCP(C), McMaster University
"Local and systemic benefits of exercise in human and murine aging"
Mark Tarnopolsky, MD, PhD, FRDP(C), is the Clinical and Research Director of the Corkins/Lammert Family Neuromuscular and Neurometabolic Clinic at McMaster University. He holds an endowed chair at McMaster Children's Hospital and Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation in Neuromuscular Diseases and is a Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine. He completed a PhD in cell biology and metabolism and residency training in Neurology and Physiatry. He is also a fellow of the American Academy of Electrodiagnostic Medicine. He has received the Dr. David Green Award from the Muscular Dystrophy Association in 2005. He received the Barsky Lectureship for Excellence in Mitochondrial Medicine in 2007 and the honor award for Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology 2008.