Seminar Series

10 April 2024



AEDRTC national research eating disorders seminar series



The scientific seminar series is for anyone who conducts or is interested in eating disorders research and the translation of research into practice.

On the second Wednesday of every month at midday, the AEDRTC hosts a monthly seminar for those who conduct or are interested in eating disorders research and the translation of research into practice.

The seminar series will bring together expert researchers with diverse areas of focus to facilitate national discussions about innovation across the sector.

All recordings can be found in the 'news' section of our website, and the latest will be featured on the home page.

Next Seminar: Wednesday, 10th April, 12 noon

Topic: Muscle Dysmorphia - Research Innovation and Clinical Insights

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Do you have any questions or would you like to present your research to the network? 

Contact Emma Bryant
emma.bryant@sydney.edu.au 

Past seminar recordings

National Research Seminar Series #1: Exploring basic science in relation to eating disorders

National Research Seminar Series #2: Carers and Peer Workers - The Experience of Supporting Someone with an Eating Disorder

National Research Seminar Series #3: Cutting-Edge Technologies in Eating Disorders Research

National Research Seminar Series #4: Eating disorder research translation in action

National Research Seminar Series #6: Eating disorders in LGBTQIA+ and gender diverse populations

National Research Seminar Series #7: Are psychedelics the new novel treatments for eating disorders?

National Research Seminar Series #8: Muscle Dysmorphia - research innovation and clinical insights


Research can transform people's lives.

The Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre is supported by funding from the Australian Government under the National Leadership in Mental Health program.

Lead Agency, InsideOut Institute for Eating Disorders, is a joint venture between the Sydney Local Health District and the University of Sydney

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