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Graham Blackman

MRCPsych PhD

NIHR Clinical Lecturer

I am an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer based at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford.

My research is focused on the development and validation of diagnostic and prognostic models of neuropsychiatric disorders, predominantly psychosis, to facilitate a precision approach to psychiatry. I use a range of research methodologies and analytical approaches including prediction modelling, machine learning, meta-analysis and electronic health records. My research has a strong translational emphasis to facilitate direct impact on improving clinical care.

I undertook a Psychology degree before studying Graduate Medicine. Prior to moving to Oxford, I was a trainee in Psychiatry on the Maudsley Training Programme. I undertook an NIHR academic clinical fellowship before completing an MRC-funded PhD. 

As a clinician, I am a Specialist Registrar in General Adult Psychiatry within Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. As an educator, I lecture on psychotic disorders and neuropsychiatry and supervise several students at the University of Oxford and King's College London. I am also a member of the executive committee of the Faculty of Neuropsychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists.