Members of the INS Québec scientific and medical teams
SPIN 2022: A RECORD EDITION FOR INS QUÉBEC!
No less than 25 INS Québec affiliated members took part in the 17th SPIN Summit in Richmond, British Columbia. This record number not only consolidates the Institute’s role as a leader in sport research and innovation, but also demonstrates the organization’s constant progress.
Each year, the Sport and Innovation Summit (SPIN) is Canada’s leading professional development and networking symposium in the areas of applied sport science, sport medicine and innovation.
This conference, which brings together experts from around the world to build knowledge and create tools to foster success in Olympic and Paralympic sports through technological and scientific research, was a real success for INS Québec.
Its 25 speakers took the opportunity to highlight the work supported by the Institute, as well as its sports and academic collaborators, during 15 presentations on various themes.
Resilience and psychological safety in the sport environment, injury prevention, concussion, relative energy deficit, mental health, artificial intelligence, digital vision and virtual reality were among the topics discussed.
Our organization is proud of the work accomplished during this 17th SPIN Summit and to have once again had the opportunity to exchange and share its work with international leaders in the field.
Participants from INS Québec
- Aïda Valevicius – Postdoctorant (McGill)
- Alain Delorme – Lead Strength and Conditioning
- Amélie Soulard – Mental performance and Lead Psychologist
- David Jeker – Research and Innovation Advisor – PhD student (UdeS)
- Erik Sesbreno – Lead, Sport Nutrition – PhD student (McGill)
- Eve Charbonneau – PhD student (UdeM)
- Evelyne Dubé – Medical and scientific technical advisor
- Felix Croteau – Physiotherapist
- François Bieuzen – Director, Sports Sciences
- Gabrielle Ostiguy – Doctor
- Hossein Feiz – PhD student (ÉTS)
- Jeremy Briand – Master’s student
- Jonathan Lasnier – Mental Performance consultant
- Lily Dong – PhD student (UQAM)
- Mathieu Charbonneau – Sport Biomecanist
- Matthew Slopecki – PhD student (McGill)
- Mickey Morose – Doctor
- Nicolas Berryman – Exercise Physiologist – Professor (UQAM)
- Ramon Figueiredo Pessoa – PhD student
- Simon Deguire – Exercice Physiologist
- Suzanne Leclerc – Director, Sport Medicine – Doctor
- Sylvain Gaudet – Exercice Physiologist
- Thomas Romeas – Lead, Research & Innovation
- Veronica Fulgo Puglia – Master’s student (Concordia University)
- Yves Hamelin – Vice-president, Performance Services
|#||Authors||Title||Academic collaborators||Sporting collaborators||Funds|
|1||Aïda Valevicius, Thomas Romeas, François Bieuzen, David Pearsall, Suzanne Leclerc||Concussion, helmet and head impact acceleration monitoring of the national short track speed skating team||INS Québec, ReFORM, McGill||Speed Skating Canada||OTP-Mitacs, INS Québec (PRIDI)|
|2||Amélie Soulard, Jean-Michel Pelletier, Alexandra Galarneau, David Jeker||EMDR: An innovative approach to mental performance||INS Québec, UdeS||Individual athletes||Synergic|
|3||David Jeker, Florence Morin, Éric D.B. Goulet and François Bieuzen||Comparison of sleep heart rate variability measured with the Oura® ring to a conventional morning measurement||INS Québec, UdeS||Snowboard Québec||Snowboard Québec (Synergic)|
|4||Erik Sesbreno, Keith Baar, Dana Lis, Louise Capling, Margo Mountjoy, Suzanne Leclerc, and Anne-Sophie Brazeau||Five consecutive weeks of daily hydrolyzed collagen protein supplementation use was not associated with improvements to knee strength, jumping performance and patellar tendinopathy risk||INS Québec, ReFORM, McGill, UoCalifornia, UoSydney, ASOIF, McMaster U||Volleyball Canada||INS Québec (PRIDI)|
|5||Eve Charbonneau, Thomas Romeas, Annie Ross, […], Mickael Begon||Jumping out of the computer onto the trampoline: what can trampolinists learn from predictive simulations ?||INS Québec, UdeM, Polytechnique||Gymnastics Canada||OTP-Mitacs, OPSIDIAN|
|6||Hossein Feiz, Thomas Romeas, Mathieu Charbonneau, Jocelyn Faubert, David Labbe, Sheldon Andrews||Animation Database from Sport Videos using Deep Learning Techniques||INS Québec, ÉTS, UdeM||Boxing Canada||OTP-Mitacs|
|7||Jérémy Briand, Simon Deguire, Sylvain Gaudet and François Bieuzen||Implementing Injury Forecasting Models in High Performance Sports Environments||INS Québec||Speed Skating Canada||INS Québec (PRIDI), Technation|
|8||Lily Dong, Benjamin Pageaux, Thomas Romeas, Nicolas Berryman||The effects of fatigue on perceptual-cognitive performance among open-skill sport athletes: A scoping review||INS Québec, UQAM, UdeM||Water Polo Canada||INS Québec (PRIDI), CRSNG|
|9||Lily Dong, Thomas Romeas, Nicolas Berryman||Questioning the validity and reliability of a video-based decision-making test performed by female and male water polo players||INS Québec, UQAM, UdeM||Water Polo Canada||INS Québec (PRIDI), CRSNG|
|10||Matthew Slopecki, Mathieu Charbonneau, Jean-Michel Lavallière, Julie N. Côté, Julien Clément||IMU based monitoring of performance and fatigue in para-swimming||INS Québec, McGill, ÉTS||(Para) Swimming Canada||INS Québec (PRIDI), Mitacs|
|11||Simon Deguire, François Billaut, François Bieuzen||Repeated-sprint training in hypoxia to enhance on- and off-ice speed-endurance in elite short track speed skaters||INS Québec||Speed Skating Canada||OTP (I4G)|
|12||Sylvain Gaudet, César Nicolaï||Intra- and inter-rater reliability of subjective notational analysis in competitive boccia||INS Québec||Boccia Canada||OTP (I4G)|
|13||Thomas Romeas, Mathieu Charbonneau, Hossein Feiz, Jocelyn Faubert, Sheldon Andrews, David Labbé||When computer vision and virtual reality enter the ring: opportunities, applications and challenges||INS Québec, ÉTS, UdeM||Boxing Canada||OTP-Mitacs, OTP (I4G)|
|14||Veronica Furno Puglia, Myriam Paquette, and Andreas Bergdahl||Muscle Oxygenation Changes are Key Performance Predictors in Handcycling||INS Québec, Concordia U||(Para) Cycling Canada||INS Québec (PRIDI)|
|15||Ramon Figueiredo Pessoa||Automatic marker-less kinematic analysis of diving and diver’s 2D pose||INS Québec, ÉTS||Diving Plongeon Canada||OTP-Mitacs|