Pramit Rastogi, M.B.B.S., M.P.H.

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Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Kennedy Krieger Institute
716 North Broadway, Room 240
Baltimore, MD 21205
Phone: (443)923-7665

Pramit Rastogi is a staff child and adolescent psychiatrist in the Kennedy Krieger Institute's Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic and Neurobehavioral Unit (NBU). He is also an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Biographical Sketch: 

Dr. Rastogi completed his medical school at the University of Delhi in India. He then completed a masters in public health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2007. He worked as a research coordinator for one year with the Division of Neuropsychiatry and Geriatric Psychiatry at Johns Hopkins. He completed his adult psychiatry residency at Georgetown University Hospital (2008-2012) where he was the outpatient chief resident. Dr. Rastogi completed his subspecialty training in child and adolescent psychiatry at Johns Hopkins in 2014.

Research Summary: 

Dr. Rastogi’s professional interests include public mental health, consultation-liaison psychiatry, cross cultural psychiatry, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and working with children with disabilities. He is a motivated educator and is interested in training the next generation of child and adolescent psychiatrists.

His research interests include anxiety disorders, repetitive behaviors as seen in obsessive-compulsive disorder and autism spectrum disorders. He has an interest in cross-cultural psychiatry and has published a paper related to barriers and facilitators for South Asians seeking mental health treatment.

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