Department of Psychiatry
Dr. Samrat S. Bhandari teaches psychiatry to MBBS, post-graduate (MD) students and also students of BSc nursing and BPT students. He is also the post-graduate trainee’s coordinator. He is also the assistant editor of Open Journal of Psychiatry and Allied Sciences. He is serving as reviewer for many prestigious journals related to psychiatry. He was selected and completed his fellowship in Epidemiology funded by National Institute of Health (NIH) Indo-US training program in behavioral health across the lifespan (Grant Number- D43TW009120) in Florida, USA.
He is also a life fellow of Indian Psychiatric Society, Indian Geriatric Mental Health Association and a member of Australian and New Zealand Society of Mental Health. Besides this he a member of International Forum of Teachers, UNESCO Bioethics Chair, Haifa.
SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING
|Degree||Specialisation||Institute||Year of passing|
|Post-Doctoral Fellow||Epidemiology||University of Florida||2018|
|MD||Psychiatry||Gauhati Medical College||2008|
|MBBS||Assam Medical College||2004|
|Institution / Organisation||Designation||Role||Tenure|
|Gauhati Medica Collegel||Academic Junior Resident||Clinical Care of Patients, teaching Nursing and postgraduate students||3 Years|
|Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences, Delhi||Senior Resident||Clinical Care of Patients, teaching Nursing and postgraduate students, Administrative||3 years and 3 months|
|SMIMS||Assistant Professor||Teaching undergraduate & postgraduates, Nursing and BPT students||4 years 2 months|
|SMIMS||Associate Professor||Teaching undergraduate & postgraduates, Guiding post graduate trainees in research, teaching of Nursing and BPT students.||Since March 2017|
AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH
Area of Interest
Treatment of Addictive Disorders, Epidemiology of Drug use, Epidemiology and biological basis of Schizophrenia., Geriatric Psychiatry-Diagnosis and Management., Community based research to facilitate access to services.
Area of Expertise
Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Child Psychiatry and Drug Deaddiction
Area of Research
Schizophrenia, Drug Dependence and Psychosocial Environment Affecting Drug Intake
Professional Affiliations & Contributions
Life Ordinary Member of Indian Psychiatric Society