Nick Glozier is the Professor of Psychological Medicine at Sydney Medical School and a consultant Psychiatrist. He has interests in public mental health and wellbeing, psychiatric and physical comorbidity, stigma and work related disability. He has established a clinical trials centre at RPA Hospital and opened Australia's first public psychiatry sector ketamine treatment clinic
He is a Chief Investigator on the ARC Centre for Excellence in Children and Families over the LifecCourse. In the past five years he has published over 140 peer reviewed papers, and led health service and policy evaluations for government, Industry and NGOs including RUOK and WHO
Previously he worked at the Institute of Psychiatry in London and at the World Health Organisation, primarily in the area of disability. He was part of the team who developed the WHODAS 2.0 cross cultural disability assessment and the International Classification of Health, Disability and Functioning, the ICF.