Dr. Subrata Naskar - Neuropsychiatrist in Kolkata
MBBS, MD, MIPS, MIAPP
Dr. Subrata Naskar is a renowned neuropsychiatrist who currently practices at the Institute of Neuroscience in Kolkata. For the past 10 years he has treated patients with various mental illnesses with compassion and care for which he has received the love and respect of his patients and their families. He passed his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) degree from Calcutta National Medical College & Hospital, Kolkata, after which he took his training in General Psychiatry (M.D) from Silchar Medical College. There he underwent a rigorous training in the treatment of patients with various psychopathologies, namely, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, etc. Working in the northeastern part of India, where substance abuse is a great danger, he had great exposure when working on prohibition programs for patients with various substance abuse. He also received special training in neurology from the Gauhati School of Medicine to treat patients with various neuropsychiatric problems. He then attended the prestigious National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS, Bangalore), an institute of national importance and received training in child and adolescent psychiatry, forensic psychiatry and family therapy. He has numerous research papers published in national and international journals. He currently serves as a neuropsychiatrist consultant and De Addiction specialist in Kolkata at the Institute of Neurosciences.
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