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Dr Steven Marwaha

 

Title   

Associate Clinical Professor
 

Contact   

WMS - Mental Health and Wellbeing
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
Tel: 024 7615 1046
Email: S.Marwaha@warwick.ac.uk

Research Interests

My research interests include the clinical and social outcomes of people with psychotic disorders and bipolar disorders, including in their early phases. My research also currently focuses on understanding mood instability in the development of mental disorders, and its expression and significance in people with established mental illness.

Biography

I read Medicine at the University of Cambridge and then qualified as a Doctor at University College London (UCL). During my psychiatric training in north London, I completed an MSc in Psychiatric Theory and Research and worked as a Clinical Lecturer in Social and Community Psychiatry at UCL. My PhD, awarded in 2008, contained a series of studies and analyses on the subject of schizophrenia and employment. I took up my current post in 2009.

Research Projects

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Publications

  • Gibbs, Melanie, Winsper, Catherine, Marwaha, Steven, Gilbert, Eleanor, Broome, Matthew R., Singh, Swaran P., 2015. Cannabis use and the onset and course of mania : a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders, Volume 15 (Number 171), pp. 39-47, View
  • Broome, Matthew R., Saunders, K. E. A., Harrison, P. J., Marwaha, Steven, 2015. Mood instability : significance, definition and measurement. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 207 (4), pp. 283-285, View
  • Marwaha, Steven, Gordon-Smith, K., Broome, M., Briley, P.M., Perry, A., Forty, L., Craddock, N., Jones, I., Jones, L., 2015. Affective instability, childhood trauma and major affective disorders. Journal of Affective Disorders, 190, pp. 764-771, View
  • Catone, Gennaro, Marwaha, Steven, Kuipers, Elizabeth, Lennox, Belinda, Freeman, Daniel, Bebbington, Paul, Broome, Matthew R., 2015. Bullying victimisation and risk of psychotic phenomena : analyses of British national survey data. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2 (7), pp. 618-624, View
  • Broome, Matthew R., He, Zhimin, Iftikhar, Mashal, Eyden, Julie, Marwaha, Steven, 2015. Neurobiological and behavioural studies of affective instability in clinical populations : a systematic review. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, View
  • Winsper, Catherine, Marwaha, Steven, Lereya, Suzet Tanya, Thompson, Andrew D., Eyden, Julie, Singh, Swaran P., 2015. The clinical and psychosocial outcomes of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in childhood and adolescence : a systematic review. Psychological Medicine, Volume 45 (Number 11), pp. 1-15, View
  • Marwaha, Steven, Broome, Matthew R., Bebbington, Paul, Kuipers, Liz, Freeman, Daniel, 2014. Mood instability and psychosis : analyses of British national survey data. Schizophrenia Bulletin, Volume 40 (Number 2), pp. 269-277, View

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Groups Affilliated To

Faculty of Academic Psychiatry (Royal College of Psychiatrists)

British Association of Psychopharmacology

International Society for Bipolar Disorders

International Association of Youth Mental Health

Others

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Current Phd students:

Using Technology to empower young people with mood regulation problems. ESRC Warwick DTC Collaborative Studentship: Muna Dubad

 

 Potential PhD topics

PhDs proposals within the broad range of interests of my research profile are welcomed. I would be particularly interested in supervising PhDs on

1. Mood instability

2. Outcomes in early bipolar disorder.

3. The interface between emerging borderline persoanlity disorder and bipolar disorder