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Endocrine & Metabolic aspects of SEM

Endocrine & Metabolic aspects of SEM

Endocrine & Metabolic aspects of SEM

Dr Nicola Keay  BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
Dr Nicola Keay BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

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Launch date: 31 Mar 2018

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Last updated: 20 May 2018

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Introductory presentation at the BASEM Spring Conference 2018 on 'Hormones, Health and Human Performance

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Interactive signalling pathways in the Endocrine and metabolic systems are key in determining health and athletic performance. Any disruption to these pathways can lead to maladapation and potentially predispose to disease states. Disruption in feedback loops in these networks could be due to an Endocrine condition per se, or a failure to integrate the periodisation of exercise, nutrition and recovery. Examples of imbalances and temporal misalignment of these lifestyle factors will be discussed in the context of both the reluctant exerciser and the aspiring or elite athlete/dancer.

Dr Nicola Keay  BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP

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Dr Nicola Keay BA, MA (Cantab), MB, BChir, MRCP
on behalf of British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine

After studying medicine at Cambridge, Nicky was motivated to apply this understanding to sport & dance. Her clinical attachments include sports medicine clinics in Australia (Sydney, Olympic Medical Centre Melbourne, AIS) and University of Geneva. After passing MRCP she trained in Endocrinology gaining extensive clinical and reasearch experience. As a Research Fellow at St Thomas’ Hospital Nicky was part of the international medical team developing a test for GH doping in athletes. With sport medicine grants, she also researched training effects on the Endocrine system which resulted in research publications in Sports Endocrinology.

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