Abstract| Volume 87, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , S29, May 01, 2020

Rethinking Clinical Subtyping for Psychosis: New Methods, Prognostic Validation, and Exploration of Genetic Relationships

      Statistical subtyping of individuals with psychosis has been conducted for over 40 years using clinical data, yet results have largely not been translated and biological subtype research is now a focus. In this talk, I will question whether a movement away from clinical subtyping is premature and provide data showing that new subtyping methods from cancer genetics can be applied into high dimensional clinical data to reveal insights about illness course and genetic aetiology.
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