Evidence-Based Comprehensive Psychological, Nutritional and Medical Care

Participate in Research at McCallum Place

The Eating Anxiety Treatment Laboratory and Clinic is supervised by Dr. Cheri A. Levinson, PhD, at the University of Louisville. The laboratory and clinic is dedicated to conducting research, which leads to better treatments for eating disorders and to help alleviate suffering caused by eating disorders.

To learn more about the research studies being conducted or to participate in Dr. Levinson’s research (in person or online) contact the Eating Anxiety Treatment Laboratory and Clinic directly.

The Eating Disorder Recovery Registry (EDRR) is a registry of persons who have recovered from eating disorders who are willing to share their story and engage in research. They receive an annual confidential survey via email to study what are patients perceptions in terms of what assists in their recovery. The EDRR is also a place for persons who have recovered to support others in recovery; contributors may remain anonymous.

The EDRR is supervised by Dr. Jilon Vand Wal, PhD, at Saint Louis University. To learn more about the EDRR or to participate in this study, contact the Eating Disorder Recovery Registry directly.

For additional information regarding research and/or participation regarding research outside of the opportunities listed above contact Karley James directly at KJames@McCallumPlace.com.

PLEASE NOTE: Treatment at McCallum Place is not impacted by decisions to participate or not participate in any study.

Marks of Quality Care
  • Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA)
  • Eating Disorder Coalition of Iowa
  • International Association Of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP)
  • National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)
  • National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)
  • RenewED, Eating Disorders Support
  • Washington University in St. Louis

As painful as it is to be here and do what they’re asking, I don’t think I’d be able to do it without the McCallum Place support. You don’t have to know how to fix it, just be willing to listen and try their suggestions.

– A Former Resident