Aleksi Hupli is currently a PhD student in Sociology at the University of Tampere. His PhD work is focused on the policies and practices around human enhancement drug use, especially the use of ADHD medication for both pharmacological therapy and enhancement among ADHD adults and university students in Finland, the Netherlands and USA. Aleksi has a MSc in Medical Anthropology from the University of Amsterdam (2013) and a MSocSc in Sociology from the University of Helsinki (2014). In addition Aleksi is the Vice-President of the Amsterdam Society for Medical Social Scientists (theasmss.com) and a board member of the Finnish Association for Humane Drug Policy (hppry.fi). Email Aleksi: [email protected].
You can also follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn, or check out his PhD related Facebook page called HyperAttention. Aleksi is also experimenting with visual methods on a Youtube channel called Drugventures.
Jukka Koskelo has a background in exercise physiology and medical physics. He has worked in Dopinglinkki since 2010 and has been in charge of creating the existing stakeholder network. The Dopinglinkki online service, produced by the A-Clinic Foundation, provides research-based information on the adverse effects of performance and image enhancing drugs (PIEDs). The free advice service is intended for fitness enthusiasts who use doping substances, their family members, professionals from different fields who meet PIED users in their work, and all those interested in the side effects of doping substances. Information is available in Finnish, Swedish, English and Russian. His interests include producing e-learning courses and developing online health services as well as scientific research. Email Jukka: [email protected].