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IMPACT Strategic Research Centre (Barwon Health)
Deakin University
School of Medicine
PO Box 281
Geelong Victoria 3220

Our Team

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Dr Ajeet Singh

Dr Ajeet Singh

Position: Senior Clinical Lecturer
Phone: +61 3 5248 7211
Campus: Geelong - Barwon Health


Brief Biography

Ajeet Singh is an Academic Private Psychiatrist based at The Geelong Clinic. He is a Senior Clinical Lecturer with Deakin Medical School and was part of the medical school curriculum design working party. He has completed a Doctor of Medicine thesis (six years part time, 298 page thesis, The University of Melbourne) on antidepressant pharmacogenetics. He has recently been appointed as a Research Fellow with IMPACT SRS - stemming from an NSR competitive grant he won in 2012. He has a Masters in Psychiatry and Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery also form The University of Melbourne. He is a Fellow of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. Ajeet spends the majority of his time clinically - managing severe/complex/persisting depressive presentations. He has established a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) unit at The Geelong Clinic, a new method for treating severe depression. Ajeet continues to focus on pharmacogenetics and TMS as principal foci of research - in hopes for better patient outcomes.

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27th February 2015