PhD, MPsych (Clinical)
Professor Barnaby Nelson is a clinical psychologist with particular interest in psychotic disorders.
His work focuses on early identification strategies and prediction of outcome and treatments for young people identified as being at ultra high risk (UHR) for psychotic disorder.
He has a particular interest in psychopathology and phenomenology; psychotherapy for psychotic disorders; and integrating neurocognitive, neurobiological and clinical research.
Read more about Barnaby's work in his Find an expert profile on the University of Melbourne's website.
Research team members
Dr Dominic Dwyer
Dr Cassandra Wannan
Dr Isabelle Scott
Ultra-high risk for psychosis, prediction research, psychopathology and phenomenology, psychotherapy for psychosis