Lucie Ramjan is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University. She is a qualitative and mixed method researcher who is committed to educational research and mental health research, particularly in the area of young people and eating disorders. Lucie’s most significant contributions to research have been in the fields of eating disorder research; academic literacy and numeracy; and students, retention, transition and success at University. Lucie’s research methodology strength is qualitative research and participatory action research (engaging people with lived experience in participation in applied clinical studies). Lucie notably led a multidisciplinary collaboration to develop and pilot test the first community mentorship program in NSW for people with anorexia nervosa. Lucie is currently co-supervising doctoral students from COHORT who are passionate about interdisciplinary oral health, in populations including people with eating disorders, Aboriginal pregnant women, and children.