Craig Morgan is a Professor of Social Epidemiology and the Head of the Health Service and Population Research Department at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. He has previously held a MRC Special Training Fellowship in Health Services Research, and completed his PhD in Social Psychiatry, at the Institute of Psychiatry in 2003.
His research is focused on social and cultural influences on the onset, course and outcome of mental disorders, particularly during adolescence, and he has led multi-country programmes on these topics, funded by, among others, the MRC, Wellcome Trust, and European Union. He has published over 150 academic papers on these topics, and edited two books, Society and Psychosis, published by Cambridge University Press, and Principles of Social Psychiatry, published by Wiley-Blackwell. He is editor-in-chief of the journal Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology.
Craig’s current research projects include the Resilience, Ethnicity and AdolesCent Mental health (REACH) Study and International Research Programme on Psychoses In Diverse Settings (INTREPID II) project.
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