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Anne Glowinski, MD, MPE

Current Position
Professor of Psychiatry (Child)

University Roles
Director, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
Associate Director, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
President, Academic Women Network
Coursemaster, Psychiatric Epidemiology Across the Lifespan

Education and Training
Undergraduate: University of Paris, France, 1985 and B.S.: Biochemistry & Biophysics,UH,TX,1988
M.D.: Baylor College of Medicine,Houston,TX,1992
Psychiatry Residency: Johns Hopkins, MD,1992-1995
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins, MD, 1995-1997
M.P.E: WUSM, MO, 2000
NIH Research Fellowship: Psychiatric Epidemiology and Biostatistics, WUSM, 1999-2001

Major Awards
WUSM Department of Psychiatry Excellence in Mentoring Award, 2012 & 2013
WUSM Department of Psychiatry Excellence in Teaching Award 2007 & 2009
"Best Doctors in America" 2007-
"St. Louis Top Doctors" 2008-
"America's Top Psychiatrists" 2007-
NARSAD Klerman Award for Outstanding Clinical Research Achievement (Honorable Mention), 2005
AACAP Teaching Scholar Award Harvard-Macy Institute Physician Educator program, 2004
AACAP Journal Award for best paper published on depression or suicide, 2002
NARSAD Young Investigator Award, 2001
Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation Fellowship Award in Depression 1999

Areas of Clinical Interest
Child and adolescent psychiatry, family psychiatry, depression and suicidal behaviors, early socio-emotional behavioral development

Areas of Research Interests
Analysis of existing twin-family data sets and collection of new data from twin subjects and their families for studies focused on the familial transmission of youth depression, youth suicidal behavior and comorbidity. Longitudinal studies involving toddler twins, focusing on GXE interplays in developmental psychopathology.

Key Publications
Fallucco EM, Conlon MK, Gale G, Constantino JN, Glowinski AL (2012, July). Use of a standardized patient paradigm to enhance proficiency in risk assessment for adolescent depression and suicide. Journal of Adolescent Health. 51 (1): 66-72.  Full Article ->

Panagopoulos VN, Trull TJ, Glowinski AL, Lynskey MT, Heath AC, Agrawal A, Henders AK, Wallace L, Todorov AA, Madden PA, Moore E, Degenhardt L, Martin NG, Montgomery GW, Nelson EC (2013 Mar 1). Examining the association of NRXN3 SNPs with borderline personality disorder phenotypes in heroin dependent cases and socio-economically disadvantaged controls. Drug Alcohol Depend. 128(3): 187-93.  Full Article ->

Nurnberger JI, McInnis M, Reich W, Kastelic E, Wilcox HC, Glowinski AL, Mitchell P, Fisher C, Erpe M, Gershon ES, Berrettini W, Laite G, Schweitzer R, Rhoadarmer K, Coleman VV, Cai X, Azzouz F, Liu H, Monahan PO (2011 Oct): A high-risk study of bipolar disorder: childhood clinical phenotypes as precursors of major mood disorders. Archives of General Psychiatry. 68(10):1012-20.

A 3p26-3p25 genetic linkage finding for DSM-IV major depression in heavy smoking families. Pergadia ML, Glowinski AL, Wray NR, Agrawal A, Saccone SF, Loukola A, Broms U, Korhonen T, Penninx BW, Grant JD, Nelson EC, Henders AK, Schrage AJ, Chou YL, Keskitalo-Vuokko K, Zhu Q, Gordon SD, Vink JM, de Geus EJ, Macgregor S, Liu JZ, Willemsen G, Medland SE, Boomsma DI, Montgomery GW, Rice JP, Goate AM, Heath AC, Kaprio J, Martin NG, Madden PA.(2011 Aug): American Journal of Psychiatry. 168(8):848-52  Full Article ->

Fallucco EM, Hanson MD, Glowinski AL. (2010 May) Teaching pediatric residents to assess adolescent suicide risk with a standardized patient module. Pediatrics. 125(5): 953-9.  Full Article ->

Edens EL, Glowinski AL, Pergadia ML, Lessov-Schlaggar CN and Bucholz KK. (2010 March). Nicotine addiction in light smoking African American mothers. J Addict Med; 4(1):55-60.

Funded Research Projects
NIAAA(Key Personnel):Midwest Alcoholism Research Center: Genetic Epidemiology of Alcoholism & Comorbidity
NIAAA(Key Personnel):Parental Alcoholism & Child Environmental Risk
CDC (Key Personnel): Brown Center for Violence and Injury Prevention
NICHD (Co-Investigator): Early quantitative characterization of reciprocal social behavior