Roger J. Jou, MD, PhD, MPH

Clinician in and Assistant Clinical Professor in the Child Study Center

Departments & Organizations

Child Study Center: Center for Translational Developmental Neuroscience (CTDN)

Yale Medical Group


Roger Jou, MD, PhD is an Instructor in the Yale Child Study Center and specializes in autism spectrum disorders across the lifespan. His specific clinical interests include psychiatric comorbidities, transition to adulthood, and treatment of primary and secondary symptoms using both psychopharmacological and non-psychopharmacological approaches.

Education & Training

PhD Yale University (2012)
MPH University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Multidisciplinary (2004)
MD University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (2003)
BA New York University, Chemistry (1999)
Fellowship Yale University School of Medicine
Residency Yale University School of Medicine

Honors & Recognition

  • International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) Neurobiological Dissertation AwardInternational Society of Autism Research (2013)

  • Research Partners Program Young Investigator Award (Foster Bam Investigator)The National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (2011)

  • The Hilibrand Autism Fellowship in Adolescence and AdulthoodHilibrand Foundation (2011)

  • ANA/Pfizer Fellowships in Clinical PracticePfizer’s Medical and Academic Partnership program (2010)

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Contact Info

Roger J. Jou, MD, PhD, MPH
Mailing Address
Yale Child Study CenterPO Box 207900
New Haven, CT 06520-7900

Curriculum Vitae

Yale Child Neuroscience Laboratory