Dr Ben Koh
Dr Ben Koh is a medical doctor with a Masters in Sports Medicine and a Masters in Psychology and has clinical and educational training in surgery, sports medicine, emergency medicine and critical care.
His PhD at the faculty of business, University of Technology Sydney draws on the interdisciplinary fields of medicine, consumer healthcare behaviour, statistical modelling, insurance, law and legislation to focus on the risk stratification of conventional, complementary and alternative medicine use by athletes as it relates to the strict liability legal paradigm of the WADA Code. He previously researched in the areas of traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injuries in sports. He has experience in insurance medicine and is currently completing a degree in Law.
- Not by gender, not by sex, but by testosterone saith the IAAF: International athletics and the new Female Eligibility Regulations
- How the latest technological advances in diagnosing concussion could influence sports policy
- The new blood test for traumatic brain injury and what it may mean for athlete welfare
- Testosterone, sex and gender differentiation in sport – where science and sports law meet
- Is CAS ruling on UV light blood treatments consistent?
- Unheard voices of racism and sexism in sport: Is anti-doping but another “ism” in fairer clothes?
- Anti-doping and medical privacy
- First impression of the third draft of 2015 Code: athlete health and opportunity lost?
- Amateurism and anti-doping: a cautionary tale
- Navigating the WADA prohibited list: catchalls and consistencies