Paul Glaser

Professor of Psychiatry (Child)

Additional Titles & Roles


  • Director, Adolescent Substance Use Education

Education & Training


  • Residency/Fellowship: Pediatrics/Adult Psychiatry/Child Psychiatry: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 2001
  • MD, PhD (MSTP): Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 1996
  • MS: Biochemistry: University of Chicago, 1986
  • BS: Chemistry: University of Chicago, 1986

Major Awards


  • Excellence in Teaching Award from Child Psychiatry Fellows, 2016
  • NAMI – Community Speaker Award, 2014
  • Outstanding Supervisor, Psychiatry, 2011
  • Outstanding Research Mentor, Child Psychiatry, 2010

Areas of Clinical Interest


Adolescent Substance Use, Developmental Disorders in children, Psychopharmacology of ADHD

Research Interests


1) The prevention of Adolescent Substance Use
2) The treatment of Adolescent Substance Use
3) The neuropsychopharmacology of ADHD, stimulant, and non-stimulant medications

Key Publications


Funded Research Projects


Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative(PI):Clinical Site Network for the National Autism Cohort
ICTS(Significant Contributor):Combined Effects of Propranolol and Early Behavioral Intervention on ASD
CDC(Significant Contributor):Metropolitan St. Louis Autism & Developmental Disabilities Surveillance & Epidemiology
CDC(Significant Contributor):Missouri Autism Centers of Excellence Collaborative (MACEC): SEED Early Development Study