8.8.19 Final Lab Meeting with our summer research assistants. RA's with independent research projects presented their findings.
8.7.19 Machine Learning Workshop hosted by Leigh Brosof at the EAT Lab
5.13.19. EAT lab sends study coordinator Lisa Michelson and lab manager Shruti Ram off on their new adventures.
EAT Lab at the NEDA walk on 9-15-18. Our lab and clinic was the team with the second highest amount raised this year!
6.8.18. Dr. Cheri Levinson is speaking about novel treatments for eating disorders on 93.9 TheVille scheduled to air Monday 6/11 at 6 pm. You can also listen to it here www.Soundcloud.com/UofL
4.20.18 EAT lab at the International Conference for Eating Disorders in Chicago in April 2018
Our research assistants Caroline Christian, Caroline Gates, and Allie Treager, presented their research at the at University of Louisville Undergraduate Research Symposium
Irina and Leigh presenting at the annual meeting of Anxiety and Depression Association of America
EAT Lab and Uof L grad students at Body Project Collaborative training.
EAT lab at the ABCT 51st annual meeting in San-Diego, CA
11.07.17 Check out My Story video from NEDA walk. We speak out as a community for why we care. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1smh0oBhaQ1URzEOUcSRFUO2LShxFMsGf/
9.11.17 Irina Vanzhula at the Psychological Networks Amsterdam Summer School learning about network analysis. Learn more at http://psychosystems.org/summerschool2017
Irina at the Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training for Professionals, August 2017
Leigh at the Philadephia NEDA walk representing the EAT lab!
Dr. Marsha Linehan visits the University of Louisville.
Ben Calebs presenting at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America:
Dr. Levinson & Leigh Brosof on the U of L Today radio show!
Pictures from ABCT 2016 in New York, NY
Leigh Brosof presenting her poster on ethnic invariance in Laura Fewell presenting at the OED sig poster session
Dr. Levinson presenting her work in the Network Analysis of Eating and Weight Related Disorders Symposium on the overlap of OCD and eating disorder symptoms using network analysis