Dr. Maxime Trempe of the Sports Studies Program is now a member of the Institut national du sport du Québec’s new Research and Innovation Committee. Thanks to funding provided by the ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur, this committee will help the INSQ identify new innovations and advancements in exercise science to the benefit of the province’s elite athletes, its coaches and all other sports team members who are dedicated to supporting athletes and preparing them for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The INSQ’s Research and Innovation Committee is made up of 19 experts stemming from the academic and private sectors. These experts engage in knowledge mobilization by working with the INSQ’s scientists to share their research expertise and to put their professional network to contribution in the advancement of knowledge to the benefit of all INSQ members. Read more about this committee’s work and the INSQ’s research and innovation program.
Dr. Maxime Trempe studies the processes underlying skill acquisition in athletes and non-athletes, and his research projects aim at understanding the factors influencing the learning of complex movements and identifying optimal training methods.