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Shah JL, Malla A.  2015.  Much ado about much: stress, dynamic biomarkers and HPA axis dysregulation along the trajectory to psychosis.. Schizophr Res. 162(1-3):253-60.
Accogli A, Yang R, Blain-Juste M-E, Braverman N, Shah JL, Trakadis Y.  2019.   Mutation and Mosaic Turner Syndrome in a Female Patient With Intellectual Disability and Psychiatric Features.. J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci. 31(3):272-275.
Iyer SN, Mustafa S, Gariépy G, Shah JL, Joober R, Lepage M, Malla A.  2018.  A NEET distinction: youths not in employment, education or training follow different pathways to illness and care in psychosis.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol.
Guma E, Devenyi GA, Malla A, Shah JL, M Chakravarty M, Pruessner M.  2017.  Neuroanatomical and Symptomatic Sex Differences in Individuals at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis.. Front Psychiatry. 8:291.
Malla A, de Bonneville M, Shah JL, Jordan G, Pruessner M, Faridi K, Rabinovitch M, Iyer SN, Joober R.  2017.  Outcome in patients converting to psychosis following a treated clinical high risk state.. Early Interv Psychiatry.
Shah JL, Tandon N, Howard ER, Mermon D, Miewald JM, Montrose DM, Keshavan MS.  2015.  Pituitary volume and clinical trajectory in young relatives at risk for schizophrenia.. Psychol Med. 45(13):2813-24.
Padmanabhan JL, Shah JL, Tandon N, Keshavan MS.  2017.  The "polyenviromic risk score": Aggregating environmental risk factors predicts conversion to psychosis in familial high-risk subjects.. Schizophr Res. 181:17-22.
Mustafa S, Joober R, Lepage M, Iyer SN, Shah JL, Malla A.  2018.  Predictors of 'all-cause discontinuation' of initial oral antipsychotic medication in first episode psychosis.. Schizophr Res.
Sauvé G, Brodeur MB, Shah JL, Lepage M.  2019.  The Prevalence of Negative Symptoms Across the Stages of the Psychosis Continuum.. Harv Rev Psychiatry. 27(1):15-32.
Shah JL, Tandon N, Keshavan MS.  2013.  Psychosis prediction and clinical utility in familial high-risk studies: selective review, synthesis, and implications for early detection and intervention.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 7(4):345-60.
Dama M, Veru F, Schmitz N, Shah JL, Iyer SN, Joober R, Malla A.  2019.  Sex Differences in Clinical and Functional Outcomes among Patients Treated in an Early Intervention Service for Psychotic Disorders: An Observational Study.. Can J Psychiatry. :706743719854069.
Shah JL.  2015.  Sub-threshold mental illness in adolescents: within and beyond DSM's boundaries.. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol. 50(5):675-7.
Reaume-Zimmer P, Chandrasena R, Malla A, Joober R, Boksa P, Shah JL, Iyer SN, Lal S.  2019.  Transforming youth mental health care in a semi-urban and rural region of Canada: A service description of ACCESS Open Minds Chatham-Kent.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 13 Suppl 1:48-55.
Abba-Aji A, Hay K, Kelland J, Mummery C, Urichuk L, Gerdes C, Snaterse M, Chue P, Lal S, Joober R et al..  2019.  Transforming youth mental health services in a large urban centre: ACCESS Open Minds Edmonton.. Early Interv Psychiatry. 13 Suppl 1:14-19.
Seitz R, Vracotas N, Bechard-Evans L, King S, Abadi S, Joober R, Shah JL, Malla A, Pruessner M.  2019.  The Trier Social Stress Test in first episode psychosis patients: Impact of perceived stress, protective factors and childhood trauma.. Psychoneuroendocrinology.
Keshavan MS, Shah JL.  2013.  Violence and mental illness.. Asian J Psychiatr. 6(1):1-2.
Malla A, Shah JL, Iyer SN, Boksa P, Joober R, Andersson N, Lal S, Fuhrer R.  2018.  Youth Mental Health Should Be a Top Priority for Health Care in Canada.. Can J Psychiatry. 63(4):216-222.

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