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Nutrition to last the distance

02 FEB 2022
5.30 PM - 6.30 PM
Auditorium, J131, USQ Ipswich, 11 Salisbury Road or Online via Zoom
5.30 PM - 6.30 PM (including Q&A)
Location: Auditorium, J131, USQ Ipswich, 11 Salisbury Road or Online via Zoom

How to Register

You can attend the talks in person or via Zoom.  To attend in person, attendees must register to attend and be fully COVID-19 vaccinated.

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About the talk

USQ Senior Lecturer (Exercise Physiology), Dr Dean Mills will share the latest research on what to eat when, to ensure you are at your peak for the Ipswich 100 Charity Bike Ride.  

About the presenter 

Dr Mills is a senior lecturer in exercise physiology and program director of sport and exercise science at the University of Southern Queensland. His doctorate was undertaken in the field of exercise physiology at Nottingham Trent University, UK. Subsequent postdoctoral training was undertaken at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Brisbane. His current research examines limitations to exercise tolerance in athletic, healthy and disease populations. 

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