1. Profile
  2. Cherise Rosen

Cherise Rosen PhD

Cherise Rosen
  • Assistant Professor of Public Health in Psychiatry
  • Director of Behavioral Health Quality Management and Services Outcome Research
Contact Information
  • ccrosen [at]
  • (312) 413-5234
  • (312) 413-1036
  • Neuropsychiatric Institute (NPI)
    912 S. Wood St.
    Department of Psychiatry (MC 913)
    Chicago IL 60612

Dr. Cherise Rosen is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Public Health at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has served in many leadership positions throughout the years. She has been the Director of the Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis Program (PREP), the Director of Adult Outpatient Psychiatric Services and is currently the Director of Quality Improvement and Services Outcome Research.

Dr. Cherise Rosen has conducted extensive research on aspects involving the symptoms and longitudinal course of psychosis. Her research has focused on the phenomenological constructs of psychosis, hallucinations, delusions, metacognition and self-disturbances. Much of Dr. Rosen’s research follows mixed-methods research designs to elucidate findings that include the subjective experience. Additionally, her research also investigates the underlying epigenetic mechanisms of psychosis.

  • psychiatry

    Phenomenology, Hallucinations, Delusions, Psychosis, Self-disturbance, Recovery

  • Steering Committee for the International Consortium for Hallucination Research

  • Co-Director Chicago Hallucination Consortium

  • Advisory Council Chicago Hearing Voices Network

  • Major Training Areas:

    • Seminars on Phenomenology of Psychosis and Alternative Treatment
    • Seminars on Phenomenology in First Episode Psychosis
    • Seminars on Psychopathology 
    • Seminars on Research Methodology and Psychometrics 
    • PGY II Psychopathology/Psychopharmacology 
    • PGY III Phenomenology of Psychosis and Alternative Interventions lecture series 
    • PGY III Introduction to Quality Improvement

  • Rosen, C, Jones, N, Chase, KA, Gin, H, Grossman, LS, & Sharma, RP. (2016) The intrasubjectivity of self, voices and delusions: A phenomenological analysis. Psychosis, 1-12.

    Rosen, C, Jones, N, Chase, KA, Grossman, LS, Gin, H, & Sharma, RP. (2015) Self, voices and embodiment: A phenomenological analysis. Journal of schizophrenia research, 2(1).

    Chase K, Rosen C, Gin H, Bjorkquist O, Feiner B, Marvin R, Conrin S, Sharma RP. (2015) Coordinate interactions of Metabolic and Inflammatory Genes in Schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research. 225(1-2):208-11.

    Chase KA, Rosen C, Rubin LH, Feiner B, Bodapati AS, Gin H, ... & Sharma RP. (2015). Evidence of a sex-dependent restrictive epigenome in schizophrenia. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 65, 87-94.

    Goghari VM, Harrow M, Grossman LS and Rosen C. (2012) A 20-year multi-follow-up of hallucinations in schizophrenia, other psychotic, and mood disorders Psychological Medicine, Available on CJO doi:10.1017/S0033291712002206.

    Rosen C, Marvin R, Reilly JL, DeLeon O, Harris MSH, Keedy SK, Solari H, Weiden P, Sweeney JA. (2012). Phenomenology of First Episode Psychosis in Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, and Unipolar Depression: A Comparative Analysis. Clinical Schizohrenia & Related Psychosis.

    Rosen C, Grossman LS, Harrow M, Bonner-Jackson A, Faull R. (2011). Diagnostic and Prognostic Significance of Schneiderian First-Rank Symptoms: A 20-year Longitudinal Study of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder. Comprehensive Psychiatry 52 (2), 126-131.

    Rosen C, Batscha C, Chase K, & Mullner R. (2009). The historical development and understanding of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) in Encyclopedia of Health Services Research. Sage Publications.

    Bonner-Jackson A, Grossman LS, Harrow M, Rosen C. (2010). The course of neurocognition in schizophrenia: A 20-year multi-follow-up study. Comprehensive Psychiatry51(5):471-9.

    Hill SK, Reilly JL, Harris MS, Rosen C, Marvin RW, DeLeon O, Sweeney JA. (2009). A comparison of neuropsychological dysfunction in first-episode psychosis patients with unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research 113(2-3):167-75.

    Strauss GP, Harrow M, Grossman LS, Rosen C. (2008) Periods of Recovery in Deficit Syndrome Schizophrenia: A 20-Year Multi-follow-up Longitudinal Study. Schizophrenia Bulletin 10.1093.

    Keedy SK, Rosen C, Khine T, Rajarethinam R, Janicak PG, Sweeney JA. (2008). An fMRI study of visual attention and sensorimotor function before and after antipsychotic treatment in first episode schizophrenia. Neuroimaging 172(1): 16-23.

    Grossman LS, Harrow M, Rosen C, Faull R, Strauss G. (2008). Sex Differences in Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders: A 20-Year longitudinal Study of Psychosis and Recovery. Comprehensive Psychiatry40(6); 523-529.

    Rosen C, Grossman LS, Sharma RP, Bell CC, Mullner R, Dove HW. (2007). Subject Evaluation of Research Participation by Persons with Mental illness. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disorder 195(5): 430-436.

    Herbener ES, Rosen C, Khine T, and Sweeney JA. (2007). Failure of Positive But Not Negative Emotional Valence to Enhance Memory in Schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 116: 43-55.

    Sharma RP, Rosen C, Kartan S, Guidotti A, Costa E, Grayson D, Chase K. (2006). Valproic acid and chromatin remodeling in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder: preliminary results from a clinical population. Schizophrenia Research 88(1-3): 227-231

    Grossman LS, Harrow M, Rosen C, Faull R. (2006). Sex Differences in Outcome and Recovery for Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders: 5 Followups Over 15 Years. Psychiatric Services 57(6): 844-850.