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Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Southern California
Professor of Neurology, Physiology and Psychiatry, University of California San Francisco
Technology today is not just something we hold in our hands, it both enhances and impacts our lives on a day to day basis. Within sport, there has never been a better time to be a coach – gadgets can track every movement, heartbeat and sleep pattern of their athletes to make sure they remain in peak condition. But what’s next? We gather two world renowned medical experts to preview the next big disruptive ideas on the horizon – discussing how video games can train the brain, and implantables can monitor the body, we’ll take a look at how health tech will impact sport performance.