Bertrand Fincoeur, Ph.D., is a postdoc researcher at the Institute of Sports Sciences of the University of Lausanne. In 2016 he completed his Ph.D. in criminology at the KU Leuven. His thesis addressed “The Doping Market in Belgian and French Road Cycling: Analysis of the Use, the Supply and the Impact of Anti-Doping Policy”. He has conducted different national and international research projects on doping and published about thirty publications on controversial issues in sports (doping, football hooliganism, match fixing). He is also arbitrator at the Belgian Court of Arbitration for Sport. Email Bertrand: email@example.com.
Bengt Kayser, MD, PhD
Bengt Kayser is full professor at the Institute of Sport Sciences and the Department of Physiology of the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. After his medical studies at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands he engaged in a research career in the field of exercise physiology with a special interest in hypoxia. After obtaining his PhD at the Free University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, he worked at McGill University in Montreal, Canada, before joining the University of Geneva in Switzerland. After preparing the merging of the Lausanne and Geneva institutes he now is at the University of Lausanne since 2013. His research interests concern the factors limiting endurance exercise performance, altitude medicine and physiology, respiratory mechanics during physical exercise, and the relationship between physical activity, energy balance and health in different settings. Besides these fields he has a keen interest in the ethics of doping and anti-doping, human enhancement, and substance use in general and has published several original papers and chapters on these topics. Email Bengt: firstname.lastname@example.org.