NeuroSports 2019- Elyse Lovett MBA MS
Elyse Lovett MBA MS
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- The Society for NeuroSports will be soon hosting its very first annual conference in Florida (November 15th-16th 2019).
- The event will bring together some of the most prominent names in sports neuroscience, which is particularly exciting as this domain is a relatively uncharted territory.
- The Society for NeuroSports is the only non-profit academic society dedicated to promoting the integration of neuroscience with exercise & sport science. NeuroSports, the cerebral sister organisation of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, is the world's leader in providing science-based sports neuroscience information.
- We are all very thrilled to get the ball rolling on this exciting journey. After all, the complex interplay between brain, exercise and nutrition has played second fiddle to other areas of research for quite some time and only now begins to emerge as a fully fledged, independent category.
It is precisely for these reasons that periodically, KC-performance.com will be running a feature post highlighting the work of some of the most brilliant minds you will get to meet at the 1st Annual Society for NeuroSports Conference in Nov 15th-16th, 2019, Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort!
Elyse Lovett manages the marketing activities of Kyowa Hakko USA in North and South America in the role of Marketing Manager.
She has significant nutrition industry experience and knowledge, having held various positions in marketing, sales and research.
She holds an MBA in Marketing and MS in Clinical Nutrition from New York Institute of Technology and a Bachelor's degree in Biochemistry with a minor in Nutrition from Rutgers University.
MS Clinical Nutrition
In my day-to-day work, I do the following:
I am responsible for Kyowa Hakkos North and South American Marketing of branded ingredients in the brain, sports nutrition, beauty and immune health spaces
Best way to learn more about me (www, social media etc.)
Linkedin or Instagram Page: @kiddiecals
If money was no object, I would like to see more research in the following areas of sports neuroscience:
I would love to see studies on brain recovery after rigorous sports competition and how supplementation can affect recovery.
What important truth do very few people agree with you on?
Nutrition is greater that medicine
What challenges do you envisage for sports neuroscience?
Consumers fears to supplement for the brain
Other than nutrition, exercise, meditation and good sleep hygiene, what do you do to work on your cognition?
Supplementation with the right nutrients for my personal goals
Sports Neuroscience is meaningful to me because:
Because there is such a great connection between the brain and the body, coming from a Nutrition background we always hear people keeping their “bodies” health, their “hearts” healthy but we don’t hear so many speak about keeping their “brains” healthy
A couple of fun facts about me:
I have two boys ages 5 and 3
I am a die hard Mets fan
I love a good spin class!