1st place - Diaz Lara, Javier
Institute for Health and Sport (iHeS), Victoria University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
"Effects of delayed post-exercise carbohydrate intake on muscle glycogen resynthesis, cell signaling, and exercise performance"

2nd place - Travers, Gavin
Brunel University
"Exercise heat acclimation with dehydration does not enhance vascular and cardiac volumes or systemic haemodynamics during endurance exercise"

Equal 3rd place 
de Jager, Sarah
Ghent University
"The ergogenicity of acute carnosine and anserine supplementation: the search for an underlying mechanism"

Hermans, Wesley
Maastricht University Medical Centre
"Cheese ingestion increases muscle protein synthesis rates both at rest and during recovery from exercise in healthy, young males"

Pinckaers, Philippe
Maastricht University
"Potato protein ingestion strongly increases muscle protein synthesis rates at rest and during recovery from exercise"

GSSI Young Scholar Professional Development Award 2021

Tsutsumi, Yoshiko
Tohoku University, Japan

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