Chittaranjan Andrade M.D. is a psychiatrist with over three decades of experience in his field. He is the Dean (Basic Sciences), and Professor and Head of the Department of Psychopharmacology at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore.
His academic record comprises 25 prizes in pre-collegiate education, 4 prizes during collegiate education (including the 4th rank in the State of Karnataka), 9 prizes and gold medals in medical college (including the best outgoing student award in the university), and the gold medal for standing first in the university in the postgraduate examinations.
He has received 3 international awards, 11 national awards (including all the major awards of the Indian Psychiatric Society) and 8 state and other awards in recognition of his research. He has published more than 20 books, about 40 chapters in various texts, and around 500 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. His work has received over 3500 citations in the scientific literature.
One of his main research interests lies in the field of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT); transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) and treatment with ketamine are more recent interests. He is a member of the editorial boards of both The Journal of ECT and Brain Stimulation.
Besides ECT, Dr. Andrade is involved with research and training on neuropsychiatric medications. He is also involved in the research and development of herbal psychotropic medicinal substances. He has completed a large number of studies in animal models as well as in human subjects in both alternative medicinal and modern medicinal fields.
Dr Andrade is also the Field Editor for Clinical Therapeutics for the journal Bipolar Disorders. He serves on the editorial boards of several other overseas and national journals, as well, including the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, International Journal of Bipolar Disorders and Indian Journal of Psychiatry. He is and has been a member of various other boards, committees, and task forces at both national and international levels.
Dr Andrade is an experienced research methodologist with additional expertise in statistical methods. He is also a committed educator. He publishes an independent, thrice-weekly electronic newsletter, the Synergy Times, which, since 2001, has been reaching psychiatrists across the world. Dr Andrade also runs the e-Journal Club India initiative which provides education and guidance on issues related to research to postgraduate students and academic psychiatrists in the country.
Dr Andrade has also published various print newsletters down the years; these had an extensive national circulation among psychiatrists and physicians, and a small international circulation, as well. Presently, Dr Andrade publishes a monthly, indexed column in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, and a Critical Readings in Psychiatry book series, the 10th volume of which was recently released.
Dr. Andrade is an active freelance journalist with a crossword column that ran for 6 years. He has published three books for children and around 800 articles in various newspapers and magazines. He has played 4 musical instruments for several orchestras and musical groups in Bangalore. He composes music, has written the anthems of two schools and one college, and has featured often in radio and television broadcasts. He has been a state-level middle-distance athlete, a rock-climber, and a mountaineer; he has scaled 6 peaks in the Himalayas. He has taken up stage and close-up magic as recent interests.
Topic:SMD, OR, RR, NNT, NNH, LHH and 95% CI simplified for allmeasures-of-effect-size-for-research-and-practice-1
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