Professor Chris Hollis - Director
His areas of research interest include ADHD, Tourette syndrome, early onset schizophrenia and the development and implementation of digital technologies to enhance assessment and monitoring of mental health disorders. Over the last 5 years Chris has a research income of over £2.5 million. Chris was a member of the RAE 2008 panel for psychiatry, clinical psychology and neuroscience. He has served on numerous academic advisory and funding bodies including the MRC and Mental Health Foundation.
Chris is lead clinician for the Developmental Neuropsychiatry Service at QMC, with special interests in lifespan neurodevelopmental disorders including ADHD, Tourette's, ASD, child and adolescent-onset psychoses and psychopharmacology. Since 2007, Chris has developed and led the Adult ADHD Clinic at QMC. Chris was a member of the NICE Guideline Development Group (GDG) for ADHD (2005-8), NICE ADHD Quality Standard Advisory Committee (2012-13) and chaired the NICE GDG for schizophrenia and psychosis in children and young people (2011-13).