Simposio Online EP&T

5, 6, y 7 de noviembre, 2021

Fatiga y Rendimiento: una visión integrada

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Fatigue as a Limitation of Performance

Ponentes (directores)

Hakan Westerblad
Hakan Westerblad
Suecia
Benjamin Levine
Benjamin Levine
USA
José López Chicharro
José López Chicharro
España
Ron Maughan
Ron Maughan
Reino Unido
Exercise Physiology and Training
Eirik Halvorsen Wik
Suecia
Markus Amann
Markus Amann
USA
Iñigo San Millán
Iñigo San Millán
USA
José Naranjo Orellana
España
José Antonio Lopez Calbet
José A. López Calbet
España
Ana Isabel Ruiz Casado
Ana I. Ruiz Casado
España

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Agenda

3 días enriquecedores, con los mejores ponentes internacionales sobre el rendimiento y la fatiga en el deporte

Día #1

  • 1. Mecanismos bioquímicos de la FATIGA MUSCULAR
  • 2. El sistema cardiocirculatorio como limitante del rendimiento: ¿fatiga cardiaca?
  • 3. El sistema pulmonar como limitante del rendimiento: ¿fatiga de los músculos respiratorios?

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5 de noviembre

Mesa redonda (y fin jornada 1)

6 de noviembre

5. La fatiga como responsable de la lesión muscular

Mesa redonda (y fin jornada 2)

7 de noviembre

8. Variabilidad de la frecuencia cardiaca en el control de la fatiga

Mesa redonda (y fin del simposio)

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Speaker: Håkan Westerblad, PhD, MD

Symposium topic: Biochemical mechanisms of muscle fatigue.

Day: 5th November 2021

Basic information of the speaker:

  • PhD in medicine at Karolinska Instituted.
  • PostDoc at the University of Sydney in Australia.
  • Professor of Cellular Muscle Physiology at the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology since 2003
  • Honorary doctor at Lithuanian Sports University.
  • Researching physiology, Skeletal muscle, Fatigue, Calcium, Reactive oxygen species, Muscle weakness
  • Håkan Westerblad participates in the undergraduate education of students in a number of educational programs and is the acting director of studies at the doctoral program at the department
  • His research group studies cellular mechanisms of skeletal muscle fatigue and muscle adaptations in response to training as well as maladaptations in disease, e.g. mitochondrial myopathies. To a large extent his research relates to the complex interactions between force production, intracellular calcium handling, mitochondrial function and reactive oxygen/nitrogen species.
  • His experiments are performed on adult muscle, including unique methods to study isolated fully intact muscle fibers.

Dr. Håkan Westerblad has published journal articles, reviews, book chapters, and technical papers, etc.

Speaker: The cardiocirculatory system as a performance limitation: cardiac fatigue, PhD, MS

Symposium topic: Muscle afferents and fatigue.

Day: 5th November 2021

Information of the speaker:

  • Internship – Stanford University (1982-1983), Internal Medicine
  • Fellowship – Shinshu University School of Medicine (1985-1986), Environmental Physiology
  • Fellowship – UT Southwestern Medical Center (1987-1989), Cardiology
  • Medical School – Harvard Medical School (1978-1982)
  • Residency – Stanford University (1983-1985), Internal Medicine
  • Founder and director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine
  • Professor of Internal Medicine/cardiology
  • Distinguished Professor of Exercise Sciences (University of Texas)
  • Also, Dr. Levine founded the IEEM (1992), one of the premier laboratories in the world for the study of human clinical and integrative physiology.
  • Renowned sports cardiologist who sees athletes with cardiovascular medical problems from around the world and serves as a consultant to the NCAA, the NHL, the NFL, the USOC, USA Track and Field
  • He has been a key contributor to the guidelines for the management of athletes with heart disease since 1994
  • Also has a unique background in space medicine, serving as a co-investigator on 4 Spacelab missions and the ISS.
  • Also he is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology, and the Cardiovascular Section of the American Physiological Society; he served as VP and member of the Board of Trustees of ACSM, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Autonomic Society
  • Levine has published > 300 peer-reviewed journal articles, reviews, book chapters, and technical papers, and is currently serving on the editorial boards of numerous journals.
  • His main lines of research are High Altitude Research, Cerebral Flow and Syncope (Fainting), Aging and Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction (HFpEF), Bedrest and Spaceflight and Cardiovascular Response to Exercise Training.

Speaker: José López Chicharro, PhD, MS

Symposium topic: The pulmonary system as a performance limitation: fatigue of the respiratory muscles?

Day: 5th November 2021

  • Co-Director of the Symposium with Dr. José Antonio López Calbet
  • Doctor of Medicine and Surgery from the Complutense University of Madrid.
  • Specialist in Physical Education and Sports Medicine.
  • Full Professor of Exercise Physiology. School of Nursing, Physiotherapy and Podiatry of the Complutense University of Madrid.
  • Director of Exercise Physiology and Training and TrainingHIIT Platform education
  • Main topics of research: exercise physiology, effects of physical activity on health, study of cardiovascular risk factors in school children.
  • Author of more and 20 books and many book chapters in relation to Physical Education and Sports Medicine.
  • More than 150 papers in peer reviewed journals (Included in Science Citation Index).
  • Awards:
    • First and second National Research Prize in Sports Medicine 2001.
    • Second National Prize for Research in Sports Medicine 2000.
  • Recognition of research activity 90/95, 96/01, 02/07 (3 sections). National Commission for the Evaluation of Research Activity. Ministry of Education and Science. Madrid.
  • Referee of different international publications on Sports Medicine and Exercise Physiology.

Speaker: Ron Maughan, PhD

Symposium topic: Nutritional strategies in preventing fatigue

Day: 6th November 2021

Information of the speaker:

  • PhD in Physiology (“The influence of diet and exercise on mammalian muscle metabolism”)
  • Honorary Professor, School of Medicine, St Andrews University

Previous posts:

  • Professor, Loughborough University. January 2003-2012
  • Professor of Human Physiology, Dept of Biomedical Sciences, University of Aberdeen. August 1997-January 2003
  • Research Fellow, then Lecturer, then Senior Lecturer, then Reader, then Professor, Department of Environmental & Occupational Medicine (formerly Institute of Offshore Medicine), University of Aberdeen. February 1983 -July 1997
  • Research Fellow in Clinical Physiology, Department of Surgery, University of Aberdeen. August 1980 – February 1983
  • Lecturer, then Senior Lecturer, in Physiology, Department of Sport and Recreation Studies, Liverpool Polytechnic. September 1978 – August 1980

Membership of professional bodies:

  • Physiological Society
  • American Physiological Society
  • Biochemical Society
  • Nutrition Society
  • American College of Sports Medicine (Fellow)
  • Scottish Society for Experimental Medicine
  • Medical Research Society
  • International Society for Advancement of Kinanthropometry (1988-1996)
  • New York Academy of Sciences (1990-2000)
  • European College of Sports Sciences (2001-2002)
  • British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences

Also worked as an editor for International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise, Metabolism British Journal of Sports Medicine, Experimental Physiology, Journal of Sports Sciences, Pflugers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology Nutrition and European Journal of Applied Physiology.

Dr. Maughan has many awards:

  • British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine Exchange Lecturer, 1996
  • Gatorade Sports Science Institute Outstanding Teacher award, 1997
  • American College of Sports Medicine, President’s Lecturer, 1998
  • American College of Sports Medicine, Gisolfi Lecturer, 2002
  • Holmes Lecturer, Newcastle University, 2003
  • Danone Visiting Professorship, Katholieke University Leuven, 2003

Dr. Maughan has more than 300 papers in refereed scientific publications, more than 50 contributions to published Conference proceedings, more than 200 published abstracts, etc.

Speaker: Markus Amann, PhD, MS

Symposium topic: Muscle afferents and fatigue.

Day: 6th November 2021

Basic information of the speaker:

  • Graduate Training (M.S) – Technical University of Munich – Exercise Physiology
  • Doctoral Training (Ph.D.) – University of Utah – Integrative Physiology
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship – University of Wisconsin – Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Physiology
  • Professor of Anesthesiology, Theodore H. Stanley Presidential Endowed Chair in Anesthesiology, and Adjunct Professor in the Departments of Internal Medicine and Biomedical Engineering.
  • His research focuses on the neural control of the circulation and breathing, and the etiology of central nervous system fatigue.
  • Amann’s work aims at enhancing our understanding of the impact of cardiovascular disease on autonomic reflex function and of mechanisms determining neuromuscular fatigue during physical activity.

Speaker: Iñigo San Millan, PhD, MS

Symposium topic: Integration of fatigue processes in sports training: physiological and biochemical control of recovery.

Day: 6th November 2021

  • Health sciences in the specialty of Sports Medicine
  • Doctoral Training Sport Science (Ph.D.)
  • Professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (USA) in the Departments of Medicine and Human Physiology and Nutrition
  • Head of trainers staff in UAE Team – Emirates
  • Consultant in exercise physiology and sports medicine to international organizations like the US Olympic Committee and the International Cycling Union
  • Pioneer in developing new methodologies for monitoring athletes at the metabolic and physiological level including a novel method to measure mitochondrial function in vivo as well as the invention, along with his colleague Dr. John Hill, of the first method to measure skeletal muscle glycogen in a non-invasive manner using high frequency ultrasound
  • Also, he is an internationally renowned applied physiologist having worked for the past 20 years for many professional teams and elite athletes worldwide across multiple sports like running, football, soccer, basketball, rowing, triathlon, swimming, Olympics and cycling including eight Pro Cycling Teams
  • San-Millan works around clinical and research work in exercise metabolism, nutrition, sports performance, overtraining, diabetes, cancer and critical care.

Speaker: José Antonio López Calbet, PhD, MS

Symposium topic: Functional reserve at exhaustion.

Day: 7th November 2021

Information of the speaker:

  • Co-Director of the Symposium with Dr. José López Chicharro
  • Graduate in physical education
  • Graduate in medicine and surgery, specialist in Sports Medicine and Rheumatology specialist
  • Master in Sports Sciences at the University of Barcelona
  • Medical doctor (Hospital Clinic Barcelona) University of Barcelona. Specialty in Sports Medicine at the University of Montpellier (France) and University of Barcelona Specialty in Rheumatology PhD at the University of Barcelona.
  • Postdoctoral appointments: The Copenhagen Muscle Research Centre, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Full Professor of Exercise Physiology, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Canary Islands, Spain with more than 20 years of experience.
  • Professor in master’s and doctoral programs at various Spanish universities.
  • Also taught courses at the Universities of Copenhagen, Tokyo, Sukuba, Kobe and Concordia (Montreal).
  • Main topics of research: cardiovascular response to exercise; obesity and exercise, with emphasis on the molecular mechanism by which leptin and insulin act on human skeletal muscle.
  • More than 150 papers in peer reviewed journals.
  • Thirty six book chapters.
  • About 120 invited lectures in Spain and other countries.
  • More than 25 research grants at national and international level.
  • Member of the editorial board of: Journal of Applied Physiology; Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, European Journal of Applied Physiology, PLoS One and The Journal of Physical Activity and Health.
  • Member of the Scientific Board of the European College.

Speaker: Ana Isabel Ruiz-Casado, MD, PhD

Symposium topic: Fatigue and Cancer.

Day: 7th November 2021

Information of the speaker:

  • Graduate Training (M.S) – Universidad de Salamanca – Medicine
  • Postgraduate Training – Hospital Universitario 12 de octubre – Residency at the Department of Oncology
  • Doctoral Training (Ph.D.) – Universidad de La Coruña – Cum laude. Doctorate Award
  • Medical Oncologist. Gastrointestinal Cancer Unit.Department of Medical Oncology.
  • Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro-Majadahonda.
  • Honorary Professor & Teaching Clinical Collaborator of the School of Medicine at Autonomous University of Madrid
  • Teaching Collaborator of the School of Sports Sciences at the Universidad Europea de Madrid.
  • Chairman of the Cancer Commission at Hospital Universitario Puerta de Hierro-Majadahonda
  • Ruiz-Casado has extensive experience in different hospitals (Hospital de Txagorritxu, Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla, Hospital Arquitecto Marcide) and responsibilities, for example, as Project Leader PharmaMar SA. Also in differents Institutional Committee Activities (President of the Cancer Commission in many hospitals)
  • Ruiz-Casado works around physical activity and cancer with a wide variety of papers and refereed scientific publications.