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Ph.D. – Psychology | IIT - Bombay

Prof. Moulika Mandal
PhD in Psychology, IIT Bombay, 2020; MSc, Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, 2013; BSc, Psychology, Banaras Hindu University, 2011;
Assistant Professor – Psychology

Prof. Moulika Mandal is Assistant Professor – Psychology at FLAME University. She received her Doctorate Degree in Psychology from IIT, Bombay. She has completed Masters and Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi.

Prof. Moulika has over five years of experience and was associated with Wysa and ePsyclinic Healthcare Pvt. Ltd.

Prof. Moulika Mandal’s research area is focused on cognition and neurodegenerative disorders, applied psychology and applied neuropsychology. She had been selected for International Summer School of Translational Neuroscience, Gottingen, Germany and was invited to lecture at University of Gottingen, based on her work. She has received Summer Undergraduate Grant for Excellence (SURGE) from IIT Kanpur and has past research experiences at IIT Gandhinagar. She is also a trained psychologist and received her training from NIMHANS, Bangalore. Her areas of interest include mental health and well- being, applied Psychology, cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology.

In her spare time, she enjoys singing, photography and travelling.

  1. Mandal, M & Khan, A. (2021). Cognitive assessments in Parkinson’s disease: A review of a decade. Science, Technology and Development, 10(1), 189-196. DOI:21.18001.STD.2021.V10I1.21.35021
  2. Mandal, M & Khan, A. (2020). (submitted with revisions) “Attention switching deficit in patients of Parkinson’s disease who experience freezing of gait”. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult.
  3. Mandal, M., & Khan, A. (2020). Freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease: A sustained attention failure. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders, 79(1), e24. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.parkreldis.2020.06.110
  4. Mandal. M. (March, 2018). Evolution of Cognitive Psychology: A Brief Review. Annals of Multi-Disciplinary Research, 8(2), 648-653