InsideOut members recognised globally

25 May, 2023

Over the past year, InsideOut researchers have been recognised for their research impact and innovation with a range of awards and conference presentations as they continue to work to transform the lives of people with eating disorders.

Domestically, the InsideOut team’s success included Kelly Dann receiving the 2022 University of Sydney School of Psychology HDR Publication Prize. This is the second time Kelly has been awarded this prize after first receiving it in 2021. InsideOut Director Professor Stephen Touyz was ranked as one of the top 100 psychology scientists in Australia in the 2023 online rankings andDr Jane Miskovic-Wheatley was awarded a Makers and Shapers Award in the Diversity and Inclusion category by the Workplace Recognition Group in the University of Sydney Faculty of Medicine and Health.

International recognition included a strong presence at the London International Eating Disorders Conference where the team delivered six papers and Dr Sarah Barakat was awarded the Rachel Bryant-Waugh Award for Excellence in Childhood and Adolescent Eating Disorders for:Translation of findings from a randomised controlled trial to real-world implementation of an online self-help program in Australian youth mental health service.

Later this year, InsideOut members will present four papers at International Conference for Eating Disorders in Washington, and have a strong presence at the ANZAED Conference in August.