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Jacob Crouse

University of Sydney, Brain and Mind Centre, Australia

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Dr Jacob received a PhD in 2021 and is a postdoctoral research fellow with the Youth Mental Health and Technology Team at the University of Sydneys Brain and Mind Centre, led by Prof Ian Hickie. Dr Crouses major research interest is in the onset, course, and consequences of major mood disorders among adolescents and young adults, with a specific focus on the 24-hr circadian system as a correlate and potential mechanism of illness. Dr Crouse examines these questions primarily in a clinical early-intervention youth cohort (Optymise Cohort, Australia) and a longitudinal community-based cohort study of adolescent and young adult twins and siblings (Brisbane Longitudinal Study, Australia). He is a member of the Chronobiology Task Force of the International Society of Bipolar Disorders and a collaborator in the Mobile Motor Activity Research Consortium for Health network, run out of the National Institute of Mental Health (USA). Dr Crouse has published >30 peer-reviewed papers in leading journals such as The Lancet Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, Bipolar Disorders, and Psychological Medicine.