The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference will be hosted in Fredericton, New Brunswick from October 14-17, 2020. Hosted jointly by the University of New Brunswick and the Université de Moncton, the conference will bring together researchers from the fields of exercise physiology, personal training and human movement studies for over three days of research, networking, and innovation sharing.
The CSEP conference has a long tradition of being the place for researchers and exercise professionals to come together in cities across Canada to learn, share the latest advances in our fields, and connect with peers. A full and diverse program will be complemented by New Brunswick’s fabulous local food and hospitality.
Researchers, students and exercise professionals are expected from across Canada and around the world to hear the latest research on a range of topics. Sedentary behaviour, high performance, metabolic conditions, mindfulness, exercise and health, basic and clinical physiology, lifecourse studies, and maternal health are just some of the topics that will be covered at this world-class event.
“The organizing committee is very excited to have the opportunity to host the 53rd Annual CSEP AGM and to bring our academics, trainees and the fitness industry together! We are full of fresh and exciting ideas that focus on networking, mentorship, and of course science. We are looking forward to showing off our newly constructed Kinesiology Building, featuring the Cardiometabolic Exercise Lifestyle Laboratory (CELLAB),” says Danielle Bouchard, PhD, CSEP-CEP, CSEP2020 Local Organizing Committee Co-Chair.
Delegates, sponsors, and exhibitors will also get to enjoy sessions in the brand-new and state of the art Fredericton Convention Centre as well as the official host hotel, the Fredericton Crowne Plaza.
Stay tuned for more information on CSEP 2020! The complete schedule for #CSEP2020, along with a Call for Symposia and Abstracts is expected to be released in late 2019.