Professor Courtney Kipps is an Honorary Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health (ISEH), and is co-lead of UCL’s MSc programme in Sports Medicine, Exercise & Health which is based at the ISEH.
Professor Kipps is also Assistant Medical Director of the London Marathon and has previously served as the Medical Director of the London and Blenheim Triathlons and as the Club Doctor for Harlequins Rugby Club.
His research and clinical interests are focused on injuries and illnesses during endurance sporting events, especially running, cycling and triathlons.
He is co-organiser of Marathon Medicine, the largest and longest running conference on the medicine and science of endurance sports world-wide.
He is an elected Council member of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine, UK, and an elected Board member of the International Institute of Race Medicine.