Dylan Pickering is a Researcher and PhD candidate at the Gambling Treatment and Research Clinic at the University of Sydney, directed by Professor Alex Blaszczynski. Dylan has a first-class honours degree in psychology and was awarded the Australian Psychological Society (APS) prize in 2013. He was a key a contributor to a major government report on gambling-related harms (2015) and the lead author of a report on the potential risks of regular participation in daily fantasy sports submitted to the National Association for Gambling Studies (2017). Dylan has published peer-reviewed articles in Addiction, Current Addictions Reports, Journal of Gambling Studies, Journal of Gambling Issues, and the Asian Journal of Gambling Studies and Public Health. Supported by a philanthropic grant from ClubsNSW, Dylan is conducting research to evaluate the effectiveness of a multi-venue self-exclusion program. He has presented on topics including responsible gambling frameworks, new and emerging gambling technology, and self-exclusion at the International Conference on Gambling and Risk Taking (Las Vegas), the National Association for Gambling Studies Annual Conference (Australia), the Global Gaming Expo Asia (Macau), and the Gambling Research Exchange Ontario Think Tank (Canada). Dylan’s PhD project involves the development and validation of a new instrument to measure recovery in Gambling Disorder. This instrument may facilitate a more uniform approach to reporting treatment outcomes in research and clinical settings.