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Hyperandrogenism

Sport Resolutions will be holding its final seminar of 2016, centred around the topic of Hyperandrogenism. The seminar will be taking place on Thursday the 8th of December 2016 at our office, 1 Salisbury Square in London.

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Sport Resolutions will explore the medical condition of Hyperandrogenism in detail, and will review how athletes with the condition have been treated by their international federations.

The seminar aims to address the following aspects:

  • In-depth understanding of the biological background to this medical condition.
  • An overview of recent case law, including the significant cases of professional sprinter Dutee Chand and 2016 Olympic gold medallist Caster Semenya.
  • What the future holds.

Event Info

Speakers

Professor Dorian Haskard

Professor Dorian Haskard

Professor Dorian Haskard

Dorian Haskard is the British Heart Foundation Sir John McMichael Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Head of the Vascular Sciences Section within the National Heart and Lung Institute.

He is also the Head of Division of Immunology and Inflammation in the Department of Medicine.

Dorian’s research has been to achieve a greater understanding of the pathophysiology of inflammatory responses affecting the vascular system, with a view eventually to achieving more specific clinical diagnostic tests and therapies.

John Mehrzad

Seminar Host

John Mehrzad

John MehrzadSeminar Host

John Mehrzad is a Barrister at Littleton Chambers.

Lydia Banerjee

Seminar Host

Lydia Banerjee

Lydia BanerjeeSeminar Host

Lydia Banerjee is a Barrister at Littleton Chambers.

Catherine Pitre

Seminar Host

Catherine Pitre

Catherine PitreSeminar Host

Catherine joined Sport Resolutions in May 2016, making the move to the UK from Canada, where she worked in a similar position as the sole Case Manager at the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada.

Catherine is Head of Secretariat of the National Anti-Doping Panel. Catherine is called to the Bar in Ontario. She holds a Masters in International Sports Law from ISDE (Madrid, Spain) and has substantial case management experience from working at the Federal Court of Canada and from having appeared before the Court of Arbitration for Sport on numerous occasions.

Catherine is fluent in English and French and was a competitive gymnastics coach and judge for several years.

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