Thomas McGlashan, MD

Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry

Research Departments & Organizations

Psychiatry: Connecticut Mental Health Center | PRIME Psychosis Prodrome Research Clinic | Specialized Treatment for Early Psychosis (STEP) Program

Global Health Studies

Research Summary

Studies in Schizophrenia include phenomenology of psychotic symptoms, diagnosis, schizophrenic pathophysiology (artificial intelligence, computer modeling of symptoms), treatment (cognitive restructuring, controlled medication clinical trials), and the early detection and possible prevention of psychosis onset.

In Personality Disorders I run a long-term follow-along of subjects with Schizotypal, Borderline, Avoidant and/or Compulsive Personality Disorders involving careful symptomatic, diagnostic, and functional assessments.


  • Epidemiological Study Screening for Early Forms of Psychosis Finland (2008)

    Dr. McGlashan formerly worked on a psychiatric epidemiological study screening for early forms of psychosis.

  • Multi-site Clinical Treatment Trial of Persons at High Risk of Psychosis Canada (2008)

    Dr. McGlashan was the principal investigator of a multi-site clinical treatment trial of persons at high risk of psychosis. The project has been completed.

  • Multi-site Clinical Research Study of Schizophrenia Denmark; Norway (2008)

    Dr. McGlashan is the principal investigator in a multi-site clinical research study of schizophrenia.

Selected Publications

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