University College Birmingham is hosting a Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Student Conference on Friday 27th October, 9-4.30pm.
Aimed at 2nd and 3rd year students and recent graduates, topics will include monitoring training and competition loads, minimising and reversing disuse-induced muscle atrophy, reducing knee injuries in elite female soccer and also included will be some of the most pressing issues faced by industry professionals today.
The conference is designed to provide comprehensive and invaluable insight into the issues surrounding sports performance and rehabilitation.
Joseph Matthews, event organiser and UCB Sports Therapy lecturer, said:
“We are privileged to have some of the UK’s most prominent sports scientists and therapists coming along to share their knowledge and experience. If you have a particular interest in the preparation of athletes or are an aspiring student in this field, you will be spoilt for choice in terms of the topics set to be covered over the day."
Tickets, costing £20 for external delegates, £10 for UCB students and alumni, are now on sale for the full-day event at UCB’s McIntyre House in Holland Street, Birmingham, where speakers are set to include the renowned Professor Craig Twist, who works with the Rugby Football League and England Touch Association.
For the full itinerary and to book tickets, visit the Eventbrite page. Capacity is for 180 delegates, so book early to avoid disappointment.
EVENT: UCB Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Student Conference
DATE: Friday, October 27th
TIME: 9am – 4:30pm
VENUE: Lecture Theatre, McIntyre House, Holland Street, Birmingham, B3 1PW
For details of speakers please click link below
For further information, contact UCB Sports Therapy lecturer Joseph Matthews at J.Matthews2@ucb.ac.uk or on 0121 604 1000 (extension 2395).