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Oliver Watkeys

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Oliver Watkeys is a PhD student in the School of Psychiatry at NeuRA and the University of New South Wales.

He completed an Honours Degree in Psychology at the University of Newcastle in 2016.

Oliver is currently investigating the epigenetic modification of genes and how this can impact upon the manifestation of severe psychopathologies such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.


2024 Apr

Childhood trauma moderates schizotypy-related brain morphology: analyses of 1182 healthy individuals from the ENIGMA schizotypy working group

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Conditions of Birth and Early Childhood Developmental Risk for Mental Disorders

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Cumulative Environmental Risk in Early Life: Associations with Schizotypy in Childhood

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Cumulative environmental risk in early life is associated with mental disorders in childhood

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Early childhood developmental vulnerability associated with parental mental disorder comorbidity

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Out-of-home care characteristics associated with childhood educational underachievement, mental disorder, and police contacts in an Australian population sample

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Parental mental disorders and offspring schizotypy in middle childhood: an intergenerational record linkage study

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Pathways from developmental vulnerabilities in early childhood to schizotypy in middle childhood

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Self-harm and suicidal ideation among young people is more often recorded by child protection than health services in an Australian population cohort

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Self-harm and suicidal ideation in children and adolescents in contact with child protection services

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