Clozapine for schizophrenia with Associate Professor Scott Clark

 Video series: Translating Research

In this episode we speak to Associate Professor Scott Clark about his research into the anti-psychotic drug clozapine used for schizophrenia.

We learn:

  • that clozapine works for 30% of people who are resistant to other drugs
  • but side effects can include heart inflammation
  • so the team are using real-time data to detect these cases and intervene

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About the researcher

Associate Professor Scott Clark is a consultant psychiatrist at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and researcher at The University of Adelaide.