My ongoing program of research focuses on lifestyle as a risk factor, and the development of effective prevention and treatment strategies, for mental disorders
I’m engaged in an effort to create a new academic area that becomes a bridge between nutrition, behavior and mental health.
She is an active member and administrator for the ISNPR, and a CRC for Mental Health scholarship recipient.
Erin completed her PhD with the WHO Collaborating Centre for Obesity Prevention, Deakin University. Her doctoral research examined the mental health outcomes of a community-based nutrition and physical activity intervention, targeting Australian adolescents.
As depression is heterogenous and every antidepressant treatment only has modest effect, we colleagues at the Mind-Body Interface Laboratory (MBI-Lab) explore novel treatments and unknown biological mechanisms for depression
Paul’s research aims to find safe biological treatment agents (e.g., omega-3 fatty acids) suitable for early intervention to prevent psychosis and persistent depression, and to understand the underlying mechanisms of therapeutic action
Julia investigates the role of micronutrients in the expression and treatment of psychiatric symptoms, including ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, and anxiety, stress and PTSD associated with the Canterbury earthquakes
My focus is the prevention of common mental disorders such as depression and PTSD, particularly with the use of omega-3 fatty acids
As an academic and institutional liaison, he is committed to fostering international collaborations in this effort
I’m interested in the role of Omega-3 fatty acids in mood disorders,
from a clinical staging perspective
Dr Parletta has particular expertise in the Mediterranean diet in mental health and the use of omega 3 fatty acids in mood and cognition.
In addition to his position on the ISNPR executive committee, Jerome is a founding Vice Chair of The International Network of Integrative Mental Health (INIMH).
Zoltan’s research aims to find effective and safe biological treatment (e.g. therapeutic diets) suitable for the treatment of psychosis and depression, using animal models and translational approaches.