Scientific Publication published in Index Journal

  • Dr. H. K. Goswami (2012): Phenomenological study of 'hysterical neurosis' in Lower Assam, Dysphrenia Volume 3 Issue 1
  • Dr. Kamala Deka, Dr. Sabita Dihingia Dr. Dhrubajyoti Bhuyan: (2011): Life-threatening thrombocytosis following GCSF treatment in a case of clozapine-induced agranulocytosis., General hospital psychiatry. 10/2011
  • Dr. Kamala Deka, Dr. Sabita Dihingia Dr. Dhrubajyoti Bhuyan: (2012): Atypical presentation of opioid withdrawal, an effect of adulteration, BMC Infect Dis. 2012; 12(Suppl 1): P76
  • Dr. Soumitra Ghosh, Dr. Dhrubajyoti Bhuyan (2012): Management of a case of transvestic fetishism, Dysphrenia. 2012;3:181-2.(Vol.3 No.2-ISSN 2249 - 9377 (print) ISSN 2249 - 9385 (online)):181-2.
  • Dr. Soumitra Ghosh (2012): Granulocyte - Colony Stimulating Factor (Filgrastim) As A Rescue Therapy In Clozapine Induced Agranulocytosis, The British Journal of Psychiatry (impact factor: 6.62). 01/2012
  • Dr. Soumitra Ghosh, (2012): A case report was published in British Journal of Psychiatry as on line publication as electronic letter on 08/09/2011 – "Acute Oculogyric Crisis Induced by Zotepine". 190:81doi:10.1192/bjp.190.1.81a
  • Dr. Soumitra Ghosh(2011): "A Clinical study on Recurrent Mania: Relation with body built and Family history of Mood Disorder". Indian Journal of Psychosocial Sciences, Vol 1, No: 2 , October 2011, Page no 37 – 42.
  • Dr. Soumitra Ghosh, Dr. Dhrubajyoti Bhuyan: "Quetiapine Induced Tardive Oculogyric crisis", The Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology. MS No: JCP-D-11-00404R1 (accepted for publication )
  • Rajesh Rongpi (2011): Genetics in relation to psychiatry, Dysphrenia, 2(2), 12 - 14.


Research projects (undertaken) and research activities
  1. 'Family Functioning, Parental Handling and Life event in Help Seeking and Non Help seeking Adolescents.' Principal Investigator- Dr. Kamala Deka
  2. A multicentric research project supported by WHO. India entitled “Longitudinal Epidemiological Catchments Area Survey on Mental Disorders completed in 2004 – 2005
  3. District Mental Health Program at Tinsukia was being implemented from Department of psychiatry Assam Medical College which the Nodal Office for this program. from WHO. India completed in 2003-2004
  4. National Household Survey of Drugs
  5. Drug Deaddiction Center under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in association with Ministry of Social Empowerment and Foreign Ministry is functioning smoothly and quarterly reports have been sent regularly.