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.

For more information, see the Terms of Reference

2022 Lecturer

Chelsea Pelletier, Ph.D., University of Northern British Columbia
“Wheeling From The Lab To Community: Exercise Science Knowledge Translation For People With Physical Disabilities”
In Honour of Audrey Hicks

2021 Lecturer

Tanja Taivassalo, Ph.D., University of Florida
In Honour of Hélène Perreault

2019 Lecturer

Darren DeLorey, Ph.D., University of Alberta
“Join the resistance: Sympathetic vasoconstriction in skeletal muscle”
In Honour of Don Paterson

2018 Lecturers

Duane Button, Ph.D., Memorial University
Jayne Kalmar, Ph.D.,Wilfred Laurier University

“Motor Neurons, Muscle, and Mechanisms: A PHILharmonious Approach to Studying Neuromuscular Plasticity”
In Honour of Phillip Gardiner, PhD, University of Manitoba

2017 Lecturer

Kevin Shoemaker, PhD, Western University
“Richard Hughson: Mr. Spats meets Major Tom”
In Honour of Richard Hughson, PhD, FCAHS, University of Waterloo

2016 Lecturer

Kristin Campbell, PhD, University of British Columbia
“Exercise and Breast Cancer: The Canadian Paddle-Stroke Heard Around the World”
In Honour of Donald C. McKenzie, MD, PhD, University of British Columbia

2015 Lecturer

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”
In Honour of Oded Bar-or, PhD, McMaster University

2014 Lecturer

Guang Sun, PhD, Memorial University of Newfoundland
“The genetic, nutritional and endocrine factors of human obesity: findings from NL studies”
In Honour of Claude Bouchard, PhD, Pennington Biomedical Research Centre, Baton Rouge, LA

Previously named APNM President’s Tutorial Lecture

2013 Lecturer

Tara Haas, PhD, York University
“Go with the Flow- controlling capillary growth in skeletal muscle”
In Honour of Michael Plyley, PhD, Brock University

2012 Lecturer

Mark Tarnopolsky, MD, PhD, FRCP(C), McMaster University
“Local and systemic benefits of exercise in human and murine aging”

Equity, Diversity,
and Inclusion Statement

The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all aspects of the Society’s business. This includes, but is not limited to, applications for membership, awards and grant review, and employment and volunteer positions. CSEP welcomes applications and participation from women, members of racialized groups/visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, and persons of any gender identity or gender expression. In its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, members of the Society, its committees and employees and/or any award/grant recipients are expected to uphold the same policies in their work related to the Society.