Gonzalo Salazar de Pablo

Medicine degree at the University of Navarra. Specialist in psychiatry at the Gregorio Marañón University Hospital.

He has completed the following MSc and specialist studies: MSc in Initiation to Research in Mental Health by the University Complutense of Madrid; MSc in Psychotherapy, Integrative Perspective by the University of Alcala; Specialist in Psychoanalytic Clinic and Psychotherapy, by the Pontifical University of Comillas, MSc in Forensic Psychiatry by the University Complutense of Madrid and MSc in Updates of Psychiatric Treatments in Minor Patients by the CEU Cardenal Herrera University.

He obtained a scholarship from the Spanish Foundation for Psychiatry and Mental Health, and the Alicia Koplowitz Foundation, for a short six months stay at the “Zucker Hillside Hospital” in New York, as a result of which he is working on his international Ph.D.

In September 2018, he received an advanced training scholarship from the Alicia Koplowitz Foundation at King’s College London, which he will expand with the concession of this fellowship.

In the clinical field, he has worked as an honorary specialist registrar in the child and adolescent mental health service “Lambeth CAMHS”, in the prevention of psychosis service “Outreach and support in South London” (OASIS), in Acorn Lodge Children´s Unit, and in the multidisciplinary team, alternative to admissions for children and adolescents “Enhanced treatment service” (ETS). He has also visited the Tourette Syndrome clinic at “Great Ormond Street Hospital” and several forensic psychiatry services for children and adolescents.

In the research field, he carries out his work at the “Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience” at King’s College London, in the Early Psychosis: Intervention and Clinical-detection Laboratory (EPIC Lab). He has worked in more than 15 research projects, having been certified as a trainer for the use of prodromal symptom scales for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, and has written 15 book chapters and more than 50 abstracts, having received several awards and mentions. In addition, he has published 10 articles in indexed journals, including JAMA Psychiatry and The Lancet Psychiatry.

He has completed more than 100 certified education courses related to Psychiatry at prestigious national and international universities such as “Harvard medical School” and “Stanford University”, standing out his training in child and adolescent psychiatry with courses such as “Autism Diagnostic Observation Program Course – ADOS-2” and in meta-analysis, with courses such as “Comprehensive Meta-analysis”.