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HPALS Weekly Research Seminar

Friday 10h45 (UTC/GMT +2)

Sport Science Institute of South Africa, Boundary Road, Newlands, South Africa

Online links will also be made known when available

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09 Feb 2024 Associate Prof Dale Rae Sleep Science Rescheduled
16 Feb 2024 Dr Sylvia Riedel Effects of Baobab fruit powder on gut and cardiometabolic health in obesity – a randomised placebo-controlled trial  More Info
23 Feb 2024 Dr Caroline D'alton A tale of four studies: the research journey of an early career researcher  More Info
01 Mar 2024 Prof Malcolm Collins Two Oceans Ultra-Marathon - How has the profile of the last finishers changed over the last 50 years?  More Info
15 Mar 2024 Associate Prof Dale Rae Sleep and athletic performance: the current state of affairs  More Info
05 Apr 2024 Brendon Naidoo Microsoft 365 Copilot with an introduction to AI, LLM, Machine Learning and AI for productivity  More Info
19 Apr 2024 Rugby Group

Gearing up Women’s Rugby in South Africa - challenges and opportunities

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26 Apr 2024 Associate Prof Golnaz Shahtahmessabi The role of Statistical Science in Strategic Planning to address Global Challenges  More Info
03 May 2024 Prof Tracy Kolbe-Alexander Wellness out West! (WoW): The overarching aim of WoW! is to co-develop a whole of community intervention framework addressing the determinants mental health and obesity, that can be scaled up in regional towns  More Info
17 May 2024 Prof Lisa-Dionnne Morris Designing Information for Older Adults: Insights from Ready Meals and Health through Physical Activity and Lifestyle  More Info
24 May 2024 Prof Theresa Lorenzo Generative cycles in Disability Inclusive Youth Development  More Info
31 May 2024 Dr Laurie Rauch Increase your resting metabolic rate to lose weight: feasible or just a fad?  More Info
07 Jun 2024 Zeenat Simjee The Transformative Impact of Sports Dietitians: Integrating Research and Practice to Optimize Athletic Performance and Recovery in Multidisciplinary Teams  More Info