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Research groups

En-Nien Tu


DPhil Candidate

  • I am in my first year of a DPhil in Psychiatry. My research focuses on developing early intervention strategies for genetically high-risk offspring of bipolar disorder to improve their developmental trajectories and clinical outcomes.
  • My project aims to develop a parent-led intervention to help parents with bipolar disorder help their children cope with their anxiety disorder, which is an important prodrome before the onset of bipolar disorder.


I was born and grew up in Taiwan. I graduated with a doctor of medicine from National Taiwan University (2010). I then received 4-year residency training in psychiatry and a 1-year fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry.  I worked as a child and adolescent psychiatrist before I came to oxford.