Early Career Development Award

Congratulations to Amanda Raffoul, recipient of the 2021 STRIPED Early Career Development Award in Eating Disorders Prevention Research!

Amanda Raffoul is a STRIPED Postdoctoral Fellow, funded by a three-year Canadian Institutes of Health Research Fellowship. Amanda’s project, titled “Exploring diet-related content and product advertising on TikTok: A pilot study,” will explore the prevalence and content of diet-related content on TikTok, which is among the fastest-growing media platforms in the world and is rife with diet-related content, sponsored videos, and product advertisements that may deceive its users.

Congratulations, Amanda!


2021 Award Winner: 

Amanda Raffoul: “Exploring diet-related content and product advertising on TikTok: A pilot study”

2020 Award Winners: 

Wanxing Xu & Andrea López-Cepero: “Association Between Food Insecurity and Dysfunctional Eating Behaviors Among Puerto Rican Adults”

2019 Award Winners: 

Flora Or: “Adverse Events Due to Dietary Supplements: Disparities in Severe Outcomes by Gender, Age, and Supplement Type”

2018 Award Winners: 

Josiemer Mattei & Hannah Cory: “Sociocultural Weight Stigma and Disordered Eating Behaviors in Latinx Adolescents”

Kuanysh Yergaliyev: “Policy Translation to Improve Regulation of Dietary Supplements for Weight Loss and Muscle Building Sold to Youth in Massachusetts Municipalities”

2016 Award Winners:

Allegra Gordon: “Being Ourselves, Living in Diverse Bodies”

Yongjoo Kim: “Identifying Sociocontextual Influences on Eating Disorders Risk Among Adolescents in South Korea”

2015 Award Winners: 

Erica Kenney: “Do Schools Unintentionally Promote Unhealthy Weight Control Behaviors with Their Health Promotion Programs?”

Flora Or: “Adverse Effects in the Past Decade: Are Dietary Supplements Truly Safe Until Proven Otherwise?”

2014 Award Winners:

Emily Kroshus: “Primary and Secondary Prevention of Disordered Eating in Sports Settings: Understanding Determinants of Coach Behaviors and Developing Strategies for Change”

Allegra Gordon: “Project Body Talk: Experiences of Weight and Shape Control among Young Transgender Women”

2013 Award Winners:

Erica Kenney: “Measuring Weight-Based Discrimination in School Settings”

Emily Kroshus: “Group Processes for Risk and Prevention of Unhealthy Behaviors on College Sports Teams”

2012 Award Winners:

Bernice Raveche Garnett: “The Intersection Between Weight-Based Discrimination and Racial Discrimination: A Mixed-Methodology Study with Ethnically Diverse Youth”

Emily Kroshus: “Health and Performance Promotion as Eating Disorder Prevention? Understanding the Role of Healthy Athletic Behaviors as Protective for Disordered Eating on Female Collegiate Sports Teams”

2011 Award Winners:

Bernice Raveche Garnett: “The Intersection Between Weight-Based Discrimination and Racial Discrimination: A Mixed-Methodology Study with Ethnically Diverse Youth”

Monica L. Wang: “Risk and Protective Factors for Disordered Weight Control”