BSc (Med Sci), MBChB, MRCPsych
MRC Clinical Research Training Fellow
- DPhil Student
- Honorary Specialist Registrar in General Adult Psychiatry
I am a DPhil student and Specialist Registrar in General Adult Psychiatry, interested in how hormones affect mental health.
I studied medicine at the University of Aberdeen, graduating in 2012 with an MBChB with Commendation and intercalated BSc (Med Sci) with First Class honours. My first junior doctor jobs were in Glasgow through the West of Scotland Academic Foundation Programme.
I completed core psychiatry training at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, during which I was awarded an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship.
In 2020-2021, I completed an NIHR Maudsley BRC Preparatory Fellowship in which I piloted a menstrual tracking app with patients at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis. In 2022, I was awarded an MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship to investigate the effect of the menstrual cycle in psychosis.
I have an honorary clinical role in the National Female Hormone Clinic, at the Maudsley Hospital.
A case series of premenstrual disorders presenting to the UK's National Female Hormone Clinic
Reilly T., (2023), BJPsych Bulletin
Systematic review of the association between adverse life events and the onset and relapse of postpartum psychosis
Reilly T. et al, (2023), Frontiers in Psychiatry
Intermittent selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors for premenstrual syndromes: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised trials
Reilly TJ. et al, (2023), Journal of Psychopharmacology, 37, 261 - 267
Ketamine: Linking NMDA receptor hypofunction, gamma oscillations and psychosis (commentary on Qin et al., 2022).
Reilly TJ., (2023), Eur J Neurosci, 57, 456 - 457
E-Clinical High Risk for Psychosis: Viewpoint on Potential of Digital Innovations for Preventive Psychiatry.
Reilly T. et al, (2019), JMIR Ment Health, 6