Anne Glowinski

Professor of Psychiatry (Child)

Additional Titles & Roles

  • Director, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship
  • Associate Director, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Coursemaster, Psychiatric Epidemiology Across the Lifespan

Education & Training

  • Research Fellowship: Psychiatric Epidemiology and Biostatistics: University of Paris, France, 2001
  • Fellowship: Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, 1997
  • Residency: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, 1995
  • MD: Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, 1992
  • BS: University of Houston, Houston, TX, 1988
  • BS: University of Paris, France, 1985

Major Awards

  • WUSM Humanism in Medicine Award, 2017, 2017
  • WUSM Department of Psychiatry Excellence in Mentoring Award, 2012, 2013, 2015
  • WUSM Department of Psychiatry Excellence in Teaching Award, 2007, 2009
  • “Best Doctors in America” 2007-,
  • “St. Louis Top Doctors” 2008-,
  • NARSAD Klerman Award for Outstanding Clinical Research Achievement (Honorable Mention), 2005

Areas of Clinical Interest

Child and adolescent psychiatry, family psychiatry, depression and suicidal behaviors, early socio-emotional behavioral development, Population and Global Health

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. Global Mental Health.

Key Publications

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Funded Research Projects

Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation(PI):Fellowship for Medical Student Training Program at WUSM
Department of Health and Human Services(Key Personnel):Brown Center for Violence and Injury Prevention
Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement(PI):Body and Soul
Consultant: AFSP Adjunctive Nitrous Oxide for Acute Suicidal Ideation in Unipolar Depressed Hospitalized Patients