Research & Publications
Dr. Srihari's scholarly activities fall under two domains. He is the Director of the Program for Specialized Treatment Early in Psychosis (STEP) that is active in a range of research projects across the translational continuum from studies relevant to the etiology and pathophysiology of psychotic illnesses to efforts to improve the clinical treatment, and design of systems of care for schizophrenia spectrum disorders. STEP is also focused on 3 other missions of workforce development, best practice care and policy toward an overall mission to improve the capabilities of young adults with psychotic disorders. In his curricular work, he has led the development and implementation of an Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) based approach to enabling psychiatrists in training to ask, access, appraise and apply the best available scientific evidence to their practice and to audit the health of the populations they are responsible for.
Education & Training
- FellowYale University School of Medicine (2005)
- ResidentYale University School of Medicine (2003)
- MDUniversity of Rochester (1998)
- BAUniversity of Rochester, Biology; Religion & Classics (1994)
- Early Psychosis CollaborationFerrara, Italy 2021Building a European hub for collaborative clinical and research projects.
- Early Psychosis Learning Health NetworkIndianapolis, United States; Nashville, United States; New Orleans, United States; Rochester, United States; Ann Arbor, United States; Evanston, United States 2020Collaboration with early psychosis clinic (Prevention and Recovery Center) in Indiana.
- ESPRITO, Early Psychosis Learning Health NetworkNew York, United States 2019Collaboration in 12 site collaboration of early psychosis clinics to improve care and participate in practice based research.
- DUP Reduction collaborative studyStavanger, Norway; Oslo, Norway; Boston, United States; New Haven, United States 2013
Honors & Recognition
|Stephen Fleck Award||Yale University Department of Psychiatry||2018|
|PRA Teaching Award||Yale Psychiatry Residents Association||2011|
|Model Curriculum in Evidence-Based Mental Health||American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training||2011|
|Chairman's Award||Yale University Department of Psychiatry||2007|
|Resident Teaching Award||Yale University Department of Psychiatry||2004|
|NIMH||Mental Health Services Research Study Section||2015 - 2018|