M.D., Ph.D., M.Sc.
Pallab Maulik leads the Research department at The George Institute for Global Health, India. He trained as a psychiatrist at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, received training in public health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, as well as Johns Hopkins School of Public Health where he pursued his Masters and Doctoral training. He brings a wealth of experience to the Institute, with an expertise in mental health.
Dr. Maulik has worked with the World Health Organisation (WHO), Geneva on Project Atlas and other mental health programs, and clinically as a psychiatrist in India and Australia.
His particular research interests include social determinants of health, especially mental health services, mental disorders, international mental health, and intellectual disability.
He is an Intermediate Career Wellcome Trust/DBT India Alliance Fellow and is leading a program called SMART Mental Health, which is on provision of mobile-based affordable evidence based mental health services in rural India.
His research focus is in global mental health with specific focus on LMICs, stigma in mental health, mental health services, translational research, intellectual disability, using technology to enhance mental health services delivery.
Focused on technology enabled mental health services delivery, stigma, intellectual disability, alcohol and substance use
My Research Supervision
1. PhD student - completed one student in Community opthalmology
2. PhD student - ongoing supervision of one student in adolescent mental health