Co-sponsored by
World Psychiatric Association

Under the patronage of
European Psychiatric Association

Psychiatric Association of Bosnia-Herzegovina

University Clinical Center Tuzla, Department of Psychiatry

Academy of Sciences and Arts of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mark Agius

Dr Mark Agius

Mark Agius graduated MD from the University of Malta in 1975. Two years later he went to England and underwent training for General Practice, later becoming a General Practice Principal for 15 years in Luton, Bedfordshire. 

Throughout that time he was particularly interested in the psychiatric work in General Practice. In 1996, he transferred to Psychiatry, and gradually developed research interests in Early Intervention in Psychosis, The interface between Primary and secondary care, Bipolar disorder, unipolar  depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Obsessive compulsive disorder. 

He has published extensively on these topics. He is also interested in the Management of Mental Health Services. He helped found the Bedfordshire Centre For Mental Health Research in Association with the University of Cambridge, of which he is the Secretary and a senior research fellow. He became a Visiting Research Associate at the Department of Psychiatry University of Cambridge, and recently a Research Associate of Clare College Cambridge. He regularly carries out research with and teaches Medical Students at the School of Clinical Medicine University of Cambridge and also at Clare College Cambridge and he also often lectures on the Continent of Europe.