Dr Simon Rice is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career Development Fellow. He works as a Clinical Psychologist and Senior Research Fellow with Orygen, The National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, at The University of Melbourne. To date Simon has obtained >$9.6M in research funding as a Chief Investigator, and has published >100 peer reviewed scientific publications. He has as a joint clinical and research interest in men's mental health,in addition to e-mental health interventions, and the treatment of moderate-severe mood disorders in young people. Simon has experience in the area of elite sports mental health, including research and training consultancies to the Australian Institute of Sport, the Australian Football League, Cricket Australia and Professional Footballers Australia. He is a current member of the IOC Expert Consensus Group on Elite Athlete Mental Health and himself an avid marathon runner with a PB of 3hrs 19mins. Simon holds a concurrent clinical position at the Youth Mood Clinic, Orygen Youth Health Clinical Program - an early intervention service for young people experiencing severe and complex depression and suicidality. He has previous experience in a range of acute and outpatient settings, including a residential program for military veterans experiencing severe combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder and forensic mental health treatment within a men's maximum security prison. Prior to this Simon taught and lectured in tertiary and secondary education settings throughout Australia and East Timor. Simon formerly coordinated the fish oil youth depression study, a multi-site RCT examining the efficacy of omega-3 fatty acids as a first line treatment for major depression in young people, and is principal investigator on a number of innovative e-mental health interventions for social anxiety in young men, and suicidality in young people.