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Professor Andrew Scholey
Director, Centre for Human Psychopharmacology
Swinburne University, Melbourne, VIC 3122
Australia
Email: andrew@scholeylab.com (or click icon top right)














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Recent invited/keynote/plenary talks...

Andrew's invited international/national speaking engagements have included:
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  • Royal Society of Medicine (UK)
  • Linus Pauling Institute (US)
  • Max Plack Institute (Germany)
  • Harvard Medical School (US)
  • American Nutrition Society
  • American Chemical Society
  • Nutrition Society (UK)
  • Experimental Psychology Society (UK)
  • Nutrition Society of Australia
  • Dietitians Association of Australia
  • Australian Pharmacy Professional
  • and others...
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          Specific talks include:
  • ‘Biological effects of plants and botanicals in cognition and wellbeing’ (2019) Pfizer/GSK Cognition and Mental Health Well Being Roundtable, Phoenix, Arizona, US.

  • ‘Nutrients for mood and cognition: clinical trials and errors’ (2019) Stress, Mental Health and Lifestyle Behaviours: Synthesising the Evidence Symposium, Melbourne, Australia. 

  • ‘What if changing what you eat could improve brain function?’ (2019) Public lecture as part of the Boroondara What If? Lecture series, Melbourne Australia. 

  • ‘Nutrients and Neuroenhancement’ (2018) Food for the brain: Understanding Nutrition and Mental Health, Dietitians Association of Australia, Melbourne, Australia. 

  • ‘Nutrients to boost memory/cognition in regional Australians’ (2018) 3rd annual Functional Foods & Supplements Symposium, Toowoomba, Australia. 

  • ‘Vitamin effects on Brain and Behaviour’ (2018) 5th International Vitamin Conference, Sydney, Australia.

  • ‘Coffee and cocoa for cognition’ (2017) Nutrients for cardiometabolic health and brain function, 10th Asia Pacific Conference on Clinical Nutrition, Adelaide, Australia.

  • ‘(Functional) food for thought: nutrition and nutraceuticals for mood and cognition’ (2017) Nerd Nite public lecture, Melbourne Australia.

  • ‘Supply and demand in the ageing brain: Can a 'neuroeconomy' model explain glucose effects on neurocognition in younger and older adults?’ (2017) Food for Thought: Brain Fuelling and Cognitive Function Symposium, Experimental Psychology Society conference, Reading, UK.

  • ‘Micronutrients, mood, mental function and mechanisms’ (2017) Australian Pharmacy Professional Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.

  • ‘Eat, drink and be merry? Using diet and dietary supplements to improve mood and cognition’ (2017) Pint of Science public lecture, Melbourne, Australia.

  • ‘Curcumin for cognitive health’ (2017) Vitafoods Europe, Geneva, Switzerland.

  • ‘Bioactive nutrients for neurocognitive enhancement in health and disease’ ’ (2016) Diet, Nutrition and Mental Health and Wellbeing Nutrition Society/Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK

  • 'Micronutrients, mood, mental function and mechanisms' (2016) Vitafoods Asia, Hong Kong

  • ‘Dietary flavonoids as cognitive enhancers’ (2016) Boosting Brain Function with Nutraceuticals Asia Pacific Society for Neurochemistry, Kulua Lumpur, Malaysia

  • ‘Bioactives for the brain’ (2016) Vitafoods Europe, Geneva, Switzerland 

  • ‘Diet and cognitive function: what works and how do we measure it?’ (2016) American Society for Nutrition Optimising the Aging Brain through Nutrition Symposium at Experimental Biology, San Diego, US

  • ‘Dietary bioactives and neurocognitive function: the case for curcumin’ (2016) Bioactives and Neurodegenerative Diseases symposium at 251st American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, US

  • ‘Curcumin and (cognitive) health’ (2015) Second annual Blackmores Institute Symposium, Melbourne, Australia

  • ‘A role for dietary polyphenols as cognitive enhancers’ (2015) 18th Annual Conference of Functional Food Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston US

  • ‘Nutraceutical interventions for cognitive functions throughout life’ (2015) Diet and Optimum Health Conference, Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon, US

  • ‘Magic bullets and poison arrows: the potential for bioactive nutrients to treat neurocognitive decline’ (2014) International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research, Melbourne]

  • ‘Eat, drink and be merry?  Effects of bioactive foods and alcohol on mood and cognitive function’ (2013) Winehealth 2013, Sydney, Australia

  • ‘Acute effects of different multi-vitamin/mineral preparations with and without guaraná on mood, cognitive performance and functional brain activation’ (2013) Diet and Optimum Health Conference, Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon, US.

  • ‘Natural products as cognitive enhancers’ (2013) Cognitive Enhancement & Brain Training Conference, Max Planck Institute, Germany

  • ‘A decade of research of herbs for the brain’ (2013) 8th International Conference on Herbal Medicine, Melbourne

  • ‘Neurocognitive and mood effect of nutrition and nutraceuticals’ (2013) 114th Abbott Nutrition Research Conference: Cognition and Nutrition, Columbus, Ohio, US

  • ‘Influence of Nutrition on Neurocognition & Memory’ (2012) Center for Nutrition, Learning, and Memory 2012 Fall colloquia, Champaign, Illinois, US.

  • ‘The neurocognitive effects of Ginkgo and Ginseng alone and in combination’ (2012) Whistler Mechanism-Based Natural Product Development Conference, Whistler, Canada

  • ‘Pro-cholinergic herbs for cognitive enhancement’ (2011) International Society for Intelligence Research annual conference, Limassol, Cyprus

  • ‘Functional and herbal substances: effects on cognitive performance’ ILSI Symposium on Nutrition and Cognition (2010) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • ‘Exploring cognitive space: natural medicines and cognition enhancement’ (2010) PANACEA 2010, Mumbai, India

  • ‘Magic bullets and poison arrows: the role of natural medicines in treating neurocognitive decline and neurodegeneration’ (2009) FAPRONATURA 2009 Second International Symposia about Pharmacology of Natural Products and BLACPMA, Varadero, Cuba

  • ‘Natural products as cognitive enhancers: issues and challenges’ (2009)  International conference on Evidence-based Complementary medicine Armidale, NSW, Australia  (2009)

  • ‘Food for thought’ Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Melbourne, Australia (2009, 2014, 2015)

  • ‘Ginseng and human neurocognitive function’ (2008) Joint Annual Conference of the Canadian Institute of Chinese Medicinal Research and the Ontario Ginseng Innovation and Research Centre

  • ‘Cognition enhancing herbs’ (2007) Congress on Nutri- & Phytothérapie, Brussels, Belgium

  • ‘From Glaxo to Paxo? Neurocognitive and mood effects of natural products’ (2006) BPS Psychobiology Section Annual Conference, UK

  • ‘Biobehavioural effects of herbal extracts’ (2006) 54th Annual meeting of the Society for Medicinal Plant Research, Helsinki, Finland




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Professor Andrew Scholey
Director, Centre for Human Psychopharmacology
Swinburne University, Melbourne, VIC 3122
Australia
Email: andrew@scholeylab.com (or click icon bottom right)












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