Using exercise to muscle up on mental illness

From inpatient settings to refugee camps



August 27


Auditorium Topp, NIH




Open lecutre with visiting professor Dr Simon Rosenbaum from University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia. 


Simon Rosenbaum

Dr Simon Rosenbaum is a UNSW Scientia Fellow and NHMRC Research Fellow within the School of Psychiatry, and an honorary fellow at the Black Dog Institute.

His research focuses on the role of exercise in the prevention and management of various mental health disorders with a specific focus on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

He is a National Director of Exercise and Sports Science Australia and is among the most experienced exercise physiologists dedicated to mental health in Australia. Simon has works with a variety of groups including emergency service workers, contemporary veterans and refugees in both Australia and overseas.

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