Eating Disorder Prevention Symposium (April 2018)

Reimagining the Frontier of Public Health Approaches to Eating Disorders Prevention: Transdisciplinary, Translational, Transformative

Harvard Catalyst Pilot Grant Winners Announced!

In April 2018, in conjunction with our eating disorders prevention symposium, STRIPED and Harvard Catalyst hosted a pilot grant opportunity to fund research projects to advance innovative strategies for primary and secondary prevention of eating disorders. We are thrilled to announce that three Harvard-based research teams have been awarded pilot grants. Congratulations to principal investigators Allegra Gordon of Boston Children’s Hospital, Erica Kenney of Harvard Chan School of Public health, and Fatima Stanford of Massachusetts General Hospital and their teams on their funded projects! Read more about the projects here.


Follow this link to view and download video recordings of the symposium.  *NOTE: To view the full video recordings, click “DOWNLOAD” on the upper right hand corner of the page.

See the symposium overview and the program agenda program agenda

With additional support from Boston Children’s Hospital Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, Johnson & Johnson, Janssen Research and Development, and Boston Children’s Hospital Translational Research Program