APNM Presidents' Lecture
Last updated November 2018
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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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
Kevin Shoemaker, PhD, Western University
"Richard Hughson: Mr. Spats meets Major Tom"
In Honour of Richard Hughson, PhD, FCAHS, University of Waterloo
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
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
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
Tara Haas, PhD, York University
"Go with the Flow- controlling capillary growth in skeletal muscle"
In Honour of Michael Plyley, PhD, Brock University
Mark Tarnopolsky, MD, PhD, FRCP(C), McMaster University
"Local and systemic benefits of exercise in human and murine aging"