Scientific Commission

The aims of the Scientific Commission are:

  1. To promote scientific research in the field of Sports Medicine.
  2. To prepare Consensus / Position Statements regarding specific problems in Sports Medicine proposed by the Executive Committee.
  3. To cooperate with the organizers of the FIMS World Congress of Sports Medicine as well as with the organizers of other international scientific events sponsored by FIMS, especially as regards the choice of topics, invited lecturers, chairperson of sessions, and publication of proceedings.
  4. To cooperate with the Editor of the CSMR as the official journal of FIMS to produce the FIMS editions of the Journal.

Chair of the Scientific Commission

Prof. Yannis Pitsiladis (GRE)

Office: Collaborating Centre of Sports Medicine for Anti-Doping Research University of Brighton, Welkin House, 30 Carlisle Road, Eastbourne BN20 7SN, UK 
Tel: +44 (0) 7818 550 188
E-mail: y.pitsiladis@brighton.ac.uk

MEMBERS

1.  Prof. Mats Boerjesson (Sweden)      

2. Prof. James Bilzon (United Kingdom)              

3. Prof. Viktoriya Badtieva (Russia)       

4. Prof. Jeroen Swart (South Africa)      

5. Dr. Michiko Dohi (Japan)    

CORRESPONDING MEMBERS                  

• Prof. Luigi Di Luigi (Italy)                      

• Prof. Wolfarth Bernd (Germany)

• Prof. Juergen Steinacker (Germany)

News

12th EFSMA Congress of Sports Medicine

The 12th EFSMA Congress of Sports Medicine will be held in Budapest, Hungary, from 20th to 23rd April 2022, organized by the Hungarian Society for Sports Medicine. The Hungarian Society for Sports Medicine is highly committed to host the forthcoming flagship event of EFSMA, the 12th EFSMA Congress of Sports Medicine in 2022 in Budapest. The theme of the Conference "Multidisciplinary approach - Innovation for health and performance" creates an excellent opportunity to participate for all Representatives from a broad range of fields related to Sports Medicine and Science. The experts of internal medicine, exercise physiology, cardiology, orthopaedics and traumatology or rehabilitation are invited to share the advances in the area. The Conference will be opened for physical therapists, nutritionists, psychologists and other relevant stakeholders of the sports sector. Budapest, the "Pearl of Danube", serves as the city of around 1,000 international congresses yearly. The vibrant cultural life, historical attractions, thermal baths, good food and wines, friendly people and genuine hospitality had made Budapest the sixth most popular city in Europe.

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