Dr. Nanjundiah is an expert in the treatment of adult and geriatric psychiatric disorders. She is board-certified and acknowledged as a Diplomate by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Nanjundiah has extensive experience in treating major mental health disorders with compassion and evidence based treatment plans.
Committed to evidence-based practice, Dr. Nanjundiah integrates the latest advancements in psychiatry into her clinical approach. She believes in the importance of a comprehensive assessment to tailor treatment plans that address the specific needs and goals of each patient. By acknowledging the individuality of each person under her care, she ensures a personalized and patient-centered approach that goes beyond symptom management to promote long-term mental health. Dr. Nanjundiah values collaborative decision-making, involving her patients in their treatment plans and empowering them to actively participate in their mental health journey. She recognizes the significance of incorporating the perspectives of family members and caregivers, fostering a supportive network that enhances the overall quality of care. Continuous education and staying abreast of developments in psychiatric care are integral to Dr. Nanjundiah's practice. By maintaining her board certification and being acknowledged as a Diplomate by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, she exemplifies her dedication to excellence and adherence to the highest standards of care.
1999 - 2000
Led establishment of a 35-bed inpatient unit dedicated to NGRI (Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity) patients within the Forensic Division.
2000 - 2001
Provided outpatient care for severely persistently mentally ill patients.
2000 – 2001
2001 – 2002
Provided outpatient care including initial evaluations for patients with predominantly dual diagnosis and
chronic illnesses in the Portage Path Behavioral Health Center.
2003 – 2004
Provided outpatient care for persistently mentally ill patients in the Kent and Ravenna Clinics. About
20% of the patient population were students at a local university.
2003 – 2011
2012 - 2017
Assistant Professor - Psychiatry
2018 - 2022
2017 - 2022
2022 - Present
J.J. Medical College, University of Mysore, India
1982 - 1989
1990 - 1994