Dr Davide Gravina
M.D., Research Assistant
Davide joined the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience of King’s College London in April 2023. He is currently involved on various projects working as a Research Assistant at the Eating Disorders Research Group under the guidance of eminent researchers and clinicians Prof. Janet Treasure and Dr. Hubertus Himmerich. His main work is focusing on the treatment and the care of eating disorders and he is conducting a “meta-analysis on randomised-controlled trials to treat obesity in military populations” as well as an ongoing project investigating the possible application of Virtual Reality on Mental Health through the “Evaluation of VR Zen Garden App in People with Anorexia Nervosa”, which was developed cooperatively between King’s College London, the SLaMs Eating Disorders Inpatient Service, and the Maudsley Digital and SyncVR Medical.
Prior to move to London, Davide obtained his master’s degree in Medicine and Surgery at the University School of Medicine of Pisa, and he worked as a resident in Psychiatry at the Department of Clinical and Experimental Medicine of the University of Pisa. He is also perfecting his studies with a MSc in Autism Spectrum Disorders with the University of Pisa and improving his clinical training with a PGDip in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at the School of Cognitive Psychotherapy APC-SPC of Rome.
Autism Spectrum Disorders