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2016 SMHR ECR Project Grant Award Winners

The Society for Mental Health Research is proud to announce the winners of the 2016 ECR Project Grants:

Research Only:

Dr Trevor Chong - Costs and Benefits: Defining the neurobiology of apathy in Parkinson's disease

Dr Janette Tong - Advancing biomarker discovery in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Dr Gregory Armstrong - Preventing suicide in India by improving media reporting of suicides.

Dr Timothy Schofield - The effects of media portrayals on stigmatizing stereotypes and mental health

Dr Tamsyn Van Rheenen - Characterising cross--‐diagnostic cognitive subgroups in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

Dr Gabrielle Campbell - Suicide and chronic pain in Australia: a retrospective mortality study.

Dr Michelle Tye - Exploring early pathways to mental illness and related harms: An implementation feasibility and acceptability study

Dr Yann Quide - Impact of childhood trauma exposure on inflammatory and stress responses among affective and non-affective psychotic disorders

Dr Liana Leach- Identifying the psychosocial conditions of ‘work at home’ caring for an infant? What are the potential links with postnatal depression and anxiety?

Dr Louise Farrer - Keep it clever? Keep it healthy! Piloting a new method to treat mental health problems in young people at university

Dr Magenta Simmons - Development of a theoretically and empirically driven framework for peer work in youth mental health.

Dr Deborah Mitchison - Prevalence of Eating and Body Image Disorders in Adolescent Australians: Toward Diagnostic Reform


Dr Tracy Burrows - A personality based intervention for treatment of addicitve eating behaviours

Dr Heather Francis - Diet, inflammation and mood: An intervention study and a causal analysis of physiological mechanisms

Dr Shuichi Suetani - A comparison study of three physical activity measurement tools examining acceptability in people with psychotic disorders

Dr Oliver Schubert - Genomic and Proteomic validation of a gene expression module associated with poor response to lithium in Bipolar Affective Disorder

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