Professor Nick Glozier is Professor of Psychological Medicine at the Brain and Mind Research Institute. He is a consultant psychiatrist and epidemiologist. His major research interests are epidemiology, clinical trials and health services research in mental illness, comorbidity with sleep and physical disorders, and disability, stigma and functioning. He is a chief investigator on a number of such studies e.g. novel treatments for mood disorders both non-pharmacological and pharmacological, the course and outcome of youth mental ill-health, and mental health, epilepsy, cardiovascular disease and sleep epidemiology in both developed and developing settings. His work on mental disorders and disability in the European countries has been incorporated into UK’s Black report “Working for a Healthier Britain”, the National Mental Health Commission’s work program and guidelines by the National Heart Foundation. He conducts work on diagnosis, measurement, assessment and instrument development in mental ill health and disability in range of cultural settings. He is an accredited trainer in the WHO CIDI instrument, was a consultant on the International Classification of Functioning and Health (ICF) and part of the development team for the WHO’s Disability Assessment Schedule (WHODAS-II).
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Optymise Research Themes
- Clinical efficacy or stepped-care trials of available treatments
- Phase II behavioural and medical therapy clinical trials
- Clinical and population-based longitudinal and family studies