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Eating Disorders Think Tank 2024

Thursday 6 to Friday 7 June 2024

REGISTRATION EXTENDED TO 31 MAY. LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE WITH 139 OUT OF 150 TICKETS SOLD!
Join us for the Australian Eating Disorders Research and Translation Centre's annual Think Tank and be inspired by cutting edge science, challenge conventional thinking and learn novel methodologies in the field of eating disorders.
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Hear about the body and brain connection from our International Keynote speaker Prof Nadia Micali, and the role of the microbiome in mental disorders (including a breakthrough discovery) from our Australian Keynote Prof Damian Keating, as well as the epigenetics of eating disorders from Prof Sarah Cohen-Woods and translation into policy with Prof Kirsty Jones. Learn in our interactive sessions the practicalities of co-production in research & translation and new practices to ensure your research is checked for cultural sensitivity and opportunities to close the gap. Other speakers will present new work and scientific approaches including personalised measurement based treatment, novel clinical trial designs, an GLP1 primer, connection-based therapy, narrative methodologies and the impact of hormones in mental illness and its treatment. Please note, the event is available for 2 day registrations only, no single day registrations are offered. The event is offered in person only, no live streaming options available. For further information or queries please contact Event Manager, Ellen Fraser on ellen@insideoutinstitute.org.au
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About the Conference

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Poster Abstract Submission

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Accommodation

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Speakers

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Social Function

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Sponsorship

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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