Meet the Expert
We are excited to announce this year’s ‘Meet the Expert’ (MTE) session at the EHPS Conference in Padua. These consultation sessions provide a rare opportunity for early researchers to discuss their ideas and interact with experts in a relaxed environment.

The experts are established academic leaders with numerous scientific publications and an outstanding record in health psychology. They are willing to share their knowledge and experience with other researchers, and are able to provide:
a) advice on the development of a research plan;
b) relevant information and resources for an on-going project;
c) opportunities for collaborations;
d) guidance on publishing in scientific journals.

The experts, with their specific areas of interest are:

Professor Sherry Pagoto, University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA
- Obesity, stress, cancer prevention, and type 2 diabetes
- Application of mobile technology and social media to health promotion and disease prevention

Professor Fabio Lucidi, University of Rome, Italy
- Psychometrics
- Self-regulation
- Sport psychology

Professor Rory O'Connor, University of Glasgow, Scotland
- Suicide prevention
- Self-harm prevention

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