Dr. Eshani Pandey
Senior Resident Doctor
MBBS, MD - Psychiatry
Dr. Eshani Pandey is a highly dedicated and accomplished Senior Resident Doctor at Athena Behavioral Health. She is passionate about advancing the field of psychiatry, and her work is marked by a strong educational foundation, active involvement in professional organizations, and a commitment to improving patient care.
Dr. Pandey’s educational journey began with her MBBS from the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Dehra-Dun. She then completed an internship at both the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences and Government Medical College, Haldwani, gaining valuable clinical experience in diverse settings. To further her expertise in psychiatry, she pursued an MD from Sri Guru Ram Rai Institute of Medical Sciences. This rigorous postgraduate training provided her with the in-depth knowledge and skills necessary to provide high-quality care to her patients.
Dr. Pandey is also an active member of the Indian Psychiatric Society, an esteemed professional organization dedicated to the advancement of psychiatry. Her involvement demonstrates her commitment to staying up-to-date with the latest developments in the field and collaborating with fellow experts. She has also shared her expertise and research findings through numerous publications and conference presentations, including her work on a novel approach to managing Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia, which was published in the prestigious Archives of Biological Psychiatry.
In addition to her academic and professional achievements, Dr. Pandey is also actively involved in various academic activities during her residency. This unwavering dedication to continuous learning and professional growth further enhances her knowledge and clinical skills.
Dr. Pandey’s commitment to the well-being of her patients and the advancement of psychiatric care makes her an invaluable asset to the Athena Behavioral Health team. She is a highly skilled and compassionate clinician who is dedicated to providing her patients with the best possible care. Her work is also helping to advance the field of psychiatry and improve the lives of people with mental illness.