Associate Professor Simon Rice is a Principal Research Fellow and Clinical Psychologist at Orygen: Centre for Youth Mental Health at The University of Melbourne. He is a 2020-2024 Dame Kate Campbell Fellow for Research Excellence. Simon leads Orygen’s young men’s mental health research stream and has worked in Orygen’s elite sports and mental health program since 2014. This research program was awarded the 2020 Epidemiological Excellence Research Award from the Society for Mental Health Research. Simon leads a number of international collaborative research projects and is a member of the International Olympic Committee’s Elite Athlete Mental Health Consensus Group. He has significant 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, Professional Footballers Australia and Tennis Australia. He is a Scientific Advisory Group Member for Australia’s landmark longitudinal men’s health study – Ten to Men, and he is Editor-in-Chief of the journal Australian Psychologist. Simon has a concurrent clinical position as Senior Clinical Psychologist in the Youth Mood Clinic in Orygen’s Specialist Programs. In this role he leads an active clinical research program into youth suicide prevention and family-based treatment for moderate-severe depression.