Nicole Kozloff is a clinician-scientist at the Slaight Family Centre for Youth in Transition and a staff psychiatrist in the Slaight Early Intervention Clinic at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. She completed her MD at Queen’s University, residency training in general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Toronto, a Master of Science in Health Policy and Management at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, and a CIHR Fellowship at the Centre for Urban Health Solutions at St. Michael’s Hospital. She is focused on treating and studying service delivery for youth with serious mental illness. In addition to her clinical position at CAMH, she also consults to community agencies providing mental health services to youth.
Dr. Kozloff studies mental health services for transition-age youth with serious mental illness. She has a particular interest in vulnerable populations, including homeless youth. She uses a variety of methods in her research, including analysis of health administrative databases and large surveys, pragmatic clinical trials, and qualitative analysis. Her work aims to improve the delivery of effective and appropriate services to young people with serious mental illness.