Bridie O’Donnell graduated as Valedictorian in Medicine from the University of Queensland in 1999. Moving to Melbourne in 2001, she worked in Intensive Care and as a surgical assistant for...View Profile
David Bishop is Professor of Sport at Victoria University and has more than 25 years experience as a researcher and applied sport scientist working with elite athletes. He is the...View Profile
Brendan Burkett OAM is interested in understanding human health and performance. He holds a Bachelor and Masters degree in Engineering and a PhD in sport science, and is qualified as...View Profile
Lynley Anderson is an Associate Professor and Head of Department of the Bioethics Centre at the University of Otago in New Zealand. In her role she teaches ethics and professional...View Profile
Gene Moyle has worked across a dynamic mix of fields including the performing arts, elite sport and the corporate sector. After graduating from the Australian Ballet School, QUT Dance and...View Profile
Venture into the outer limits of human sporting achievement
In their ongoing quest for sporting greatness athletes are turning more than ever to science for solutions. Over recent decades, advances in bioengineering, physiology, psychology and genetics have lifted physical achievement towards extreme limits. But how far is too far for the body and the mind?
Our panel of experts will examine who the real winners are in the complex interplay between science and sport.
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