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Amir Sariaslan


About me

I'm a member of the KI Psychiatric Genomics Institute, working with Professor Patrick F. Sullivan. My research is primarily focused on gaining novel insights into the aetiology of schizophrenia by integrating psychiatric genomics with population epidemiology. For more information, see the KI-PGI website.


Neighborhood Influences on Violent Reoffending Risk in Released Prisoners Diagnosed With Psychotic Disorders
Sariaslan A, Larsson H, Lichtenstein P, Fazel S
Schizophrenia bulletin 2017;():-

Parental and perinatal risk factors for sexual offending in men: a nationwide case-control study
Babchishin Km, Seto Mc, Sariaslan A, Lichtenstein P, Fazel S, Langstrom N

Predictive validity of parent- and self-rated ADHD symptoms in adolescence on adverse socioeconomic and health outcomes
Du Rietz E, Kuja-halkola R, Brikell I, Jangmo A, Sariaslan A, Lichtenstein P, et al
European child & adolescent psychiatry 2017;26(7):857-867

Genetic and environmental determinants of violence risk in psychotic disorders: a multivariate quantitative genetic study of 1.8 million Swedish twins and siblings
Sariaslan A, Larsson H, Fazel S
Molecular psychiatry 2016;21(9):1251-6

Long-Term Outcomes Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury in Childhood and Adolescence: A Nationwide Swedish Cohort Study of a Wide Range of Medical and Social Outcomes
Sariaslan A, Sharp Dj, D'onofrio Bm, Larsson H, Fazel S
PLoS medicine 2016;13(8):e1002103-

Schizophrenia and subsequent neighborhood deprivation: revisiting the social drift hypothesis using population, twin and molecular genetic data
Sariaslan A, Fazel S, D'onofrio Bm, Långström N, Larsson H, Bergen Se, et al
Translational psychiatry 2016;6():e796-

The association between childhood autistic traits and adolescent psychotic experiences is explained by general neuropsychiatric problems
Cederlöf M, Pettersson E, Sariaslan A, Larsson H, Östberg P, Kelleher I, et al
American journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric Genetics 2016;171B(2):153-9

The association between childhood relocations and subsequent risk of suicide attempt, psychiatric problems, and low academic achievement
Bramson Lm, Rickert Me, Class Qa, Sariaslan A, Almqvist C, Larsson H, et al
Psychological medicine 2016;46(5):969-79

Triggers for Violent Criminality in Patients With Psychotic Disorders
Sariaslan A, Lichtenstein P, Larsson H, Fazel S
JAMA psychiatry 2016;73(8):796-803

Does population density and neighborhood deprivation predict schizophrenia? A nationwide Swedish family-based study of 2.4 million individuals
Sariaslan A, Larsson H, D'onofrio B, Långström N, Fazel S, Lichtenstein P
Schizophrenia bulletin 2015;41(2):494-502

Validity and reliability of chronic tic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder diagnoses in the Swedish National Patient Register
Rück C, Larsson Kj, Lind K, Perez-vigil A, Isomura K, Sariaslan A, et al
BMJ open 2015;5(6):e007520-

Childhood family income, adolescent violent criminality and substance misuse: quasi-experimental total population study
Sariaslan A, Larsson H, D'onofrio B, Långström N, Lichtenstein P
The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science 2014;205(4):286-90

Family income in early childhood and subsequent attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a quasi-experimental study
Larsson H, Sariaslan A, Långström N, D'onofrio B, Lichtenstein P
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines 2014;55(5):428-35

Self-harm in prisons in England and Wales: an epidemiological study of prevalence, risk factors, clustering, and subsequent suicide
Hawton K, Linsell L, Adeniji T, Sariaslan A, Fazel S
Lancet (London, England) 2014;383(9923):1147-54

The impact of neighbourhood deprivation on adolescent violent criminality and substance misuse: a longitudinal, quasi-experimental study of the total Swedish population
Sariaslan A, Långström N, D'onofrio B, Hallqvist J, Franck J, Lichtenstein P
International journal of epidemiology 2013;42(4):1057-66

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