- access to care, autism, depression & anxiety, education, epidemiology, genetics, global health, mental & behavioral health, suicide & suicidality
Among many other teaching responsibilities, Dr. Glowinski is the training director for the Child Psychiatry Fellowship and the associate director for the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Her passion is training doctors to have a population-level impact through their leadership. With research efforts spanning two decades, Dr. Glowinski’s work extends from the discovery of risk factors for common psychiatric disorders to the exploration of access to psychiatric care for children and adolescents. In collaboration with other WashU colleagues, she has worked to step up relief efforts in Bangledesh for the mental health crisis affecting one million Rohingya refugees.