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Researcher Profile - Nick Craddock

RESEARCHER INFORMATION
First Name:Nick
Last Name:Craddock
Title:Prof
Advanced Degrees:MA, MMedSci, PhD, FRCPsych
Affiliation:Cardiff University
Department:Psychological Medicine
Street Address 1:Henry Wellcome Building, Medical School
Street Address 2:Heath Park
City:Cardiff
Zip/Postal Code:CF14 4XN
Country/Territory:United Kingdom
Phone:44 2920 744663
Fax:44 2920 746554
Email Address: craddockn@cardiff.ac.uk
Disclosure:
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Member reports no financial or other potential conflicts of interest. [Last Modified: 28 March 2006]
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Clinical Interests:
Neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., 22q11 deletion syndromes), Schizophrenia, Bipolar disorder , Depression
Research Focus:
Phenomenology/diagnosis, Genetics, Epidemiology
Work Sector(s):
University
Reasearcher Bio
Nick Craddock was Professor of Molecular Psychiatry and Head of the University of Birmingham Department of Psychiatry and Division of Neuroscience until 2002 when he moved to his current position as Professor of Psychiatry at Cardiff University, Wales, UK. He originally studied mathematical sciences at Cambridge University followed by Medicine at Birmingham University. He trained in clinical psychiatry in Birmingham and in psychiatric genetics in Cardiff and St Louis. His research focus is the molecular genetic investigation of bipolar spectrum mood disorders and psychosis. He has a specific interest in using molecular genetics to refine the clinical phenotype. His clinical interests lie in management of treatment-resistant bipolar spectrum disorders.



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