Thanks to the EPOCH Translate Academic Development Travel Funding Award, Stream 1 Researcher and PhD candidate, Kylie Hunter, had the privilege of attending and presenting at the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Annual Meeting in Washington DC. PAS is the premier North American scholarly child health meeting and it draws several thousand attendees. Kylie delivered a 10-minute presentation on the TOPCHILD Collaboration, including how it was formed, the landscape of early childhood obesity prevention trials (including their location, populations targeted, delivery features, target behaviours and effectiveness) and future plans. Attending the conference was also an invaluable opportunity for Kylie and TOPCHILD Chair, Lene Seidler, to connect with other child obesity prevention researchers, and expand TOPCHILD collaborators. Kylie also presented a poster on data integrity, and Lene presented the results of another large individual participant data collaboration to a packed auditorium.