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Research groups

En-Nien (Ernie) Tu


DPhil Candidate

  • I am currently a DPhil candidate in Psychiatry. My research is dedicated to formulating early intervention strategies for children who are at a high genetic risk of developing bipolar disorder. The ultimate goal is to improve their developmental trajectories and clinical outcomes.
  • My project specifically aims to create a parent-led intervention model. This will equip parents who have bipolar disorder with the necessary tools and strategies to help their children manage anxiety disorders, a significant early indicator that often precedes the onset of bipolar disorder.


I was born and raised in Taiwan and earned my Doctor of Medicine degree from National Taiwan University. Following my graduation, I undertook a four-year residency in Psychiatry, complemented by a one-year fellowship specialising in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Prior to joining Oxford, I worked professionally as a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.