Dr Adam Bayes is a senior research fellow working with Professor Gordon Parker’s team.
His broad research interests include mood disorders (major depression and bipolar disorder) and personality disorders. He is currently completing doctoral studies on clinical differentiation of the bipolar disorders from borderline personality disorder and has a number of recent publications in this area. Previous academic posts include Clinical Senior Lecturer and prior conjoint lectureship positions at the School of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW. He enjoys teaching and training medical students, interns, junior medical officers and registrars. He serves on the Tow Research Committee at Prince of Wales campus and organises the annual Toe-to-Tow clinical case competition for the psychiatry registrars at Prince of Wales Hospital. Dr Bayes is also a specialist psychiatrist currently working in private practice. In the past he worked as a staff specialist psychiatrist at the Prince of Wales Hospital and was lead consultant for the Brief Life Interventions Program and outpatient DBT program for patients with borderline personality disorder.