Warren is an Associate Professor at The University of Queensland and has held the position of Director, Queensland Eating Disorders Service (QuEDS) since 2005. He is Chair of the Queensland Health Eating Disorder Advisory Group and co-author of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry (RANZCP) Clinical Practice Guidelines for Eating Disorders. In 2017 he received the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders (ANZAED) Distinguished Achievement Award. In 2018 he was elected a Fellow of the International Academy of Eating Disorders. He has published more than forty articles and book chapters, most of them on eating disorders. Warren commenced as Director Eating Disorders at Ramsay Clinic New Farm in January 2023. He is also Director of the new Ramsay Mental Health Eating Disorders Training Program. This program is designed for new fellows and established psychiatrists with an interest in entering the field of Eating Disorders and runs for 12 months. It includes regular structured supervision sessions supported by a digital lecture series and has been running successfully in Ramsay Mental Health’s Sydney services since February 2021 under
the directorship of Associate Professor Sloane Madden.
Dr Vikas Moudgil has over 20 years of experience in mental health, having received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Science (MBBS) in India in 1993. He began his psychiatry training in Auckland, New Zealand in 1999, and achieved Fellowship in the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (FRANZCP) in 2004.
Dr Arun Pillai is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with experience working in private and public health services across Australia. He currently holds the position of Medical Director of Campus based Child and Youth Mental Health Services (CYMHS), at Queensland Children’s Hospital and Queensland Adolescent Extended Treatment Centre – Jacaranda Place. Arun has a focus in early intervention for both mental health and developmental challenges in children and young adults, incorporating the true concept of personal recovery. His clinical interest is in working with children and young people with a variety of issues such as anxiety disorders, OCD, mood disorders, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and other developmental challenges.
Dr Ashlea White is a consultant psychiatrist with an interest in young adults and addiction. She has completed advanced training in addiction through the RANZCP. Dr White has worked extensively in both the public and private sectors.
Dr David De Luchi is a Psychiatrist with further training in child and adolescent psychiatry. Dr De Luchi worked as a General Practitioner for several years before commencing psychiatry training in 2017 and completed his training across hospitals in Brisbane. Dr De Luchi is providing outpatient and inpatient services to adolescents and young adults.
Dr Fiona Fairbrother completed medicine at the University of Queensland in 2010 and has been a Consultant Psychiatrist and a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (FRANZCP) since 2018. Dr Fairbrother is focussed on patient recovery within a holistic and trauma informed framework for people experiencing a wide spectrum of mental health conditions such as mood and anxiety disorders, PTSD, and psychosis. Dr Fairbrother has an interest in mental health of young adults, women’s mental health, and the developing field of sports psychiatry.Dr Fairbrother is a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) and the International Society of Sports Psychiatry (ISSP).
Dr Byrne is the Head of the Academy of Psychiatry within the faculty of medicine at the University of Queensland and Director of the Older Persons Mental Health Service at the Royal Brisbane Hospital and Women's Hospital. His interests include Alzheimer's disease ( particularly the neuropsychiatric symptoms assosciated with AD) and personality, anxiety and depression in older people.