Dr. Nilesh  B. Shah


Date & Place of Birthday: 12th December 1961, Mumbai, India.


Sex: Male


Nationality: Indian


Address: Residence: 171, Sahakar Nivas; 20, Tardeo Road; Mumbai 400 034

               Telephone: 494 39 72.   E-mail:


Maharashtra Medical Council: 53896

Registration Number              

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Academic Qualifications                                                                             





Year of Passing


Seth G.S.Medical College

KEM Hospital

University of Mumbai



Seth G.S.Medical College

KEM Hospital

University of Mumbai



Seth G.S.Medical College

KEM Hospital

University of Mumbai



L.T.M.M.College and


Delhi Board





Work Experience






House Officer (Psychiatry)

Dr.R.N.Cooper Hospital

1.2.85     to   31.7.85

House Officer (Psychiatry)


1.8.85     to   14.2.86

House Officer (Medicine)


15.2.86   to   31.7.86

Registrar (Psychiatry)

Dr.R.N.Cooper Hospital

1.8.86     to   31.7.87

Registrar (Psychiatry)


1.8.87     to   31.7.88

Lecturer (Psychiatry)


13.10.88 to   24.2.94

Assoicate Professor (Psychiatry)


25.2.94   to   24.1.01

Professor (Psychiatry)


25.1.01   till today

Professor & Head (Psychiatry)


1.2.01     till today






Teaching and Examiner


Teaching experience: From 1.8.86 till today


Undergraduate 2nd and 3rd year Medical students

Postgraduate - DPM, MD & DNB students

Social Work – BSW and MSW students TISS, Nirmala Niketan

Nursing – B.Sc. Nursing students


Recognized Teacher for DPM and MD(Psychiatry): From 1.8.93 till today

University of Mumbai & MUHS




DPM – College of Physicians and Surgeons (Parel University)

DPM & MD(Psychiatry) examinations – Gujarat University, South Gujarat University

DPM & MD(Psychiatry) examinations – University of Bombay

DPM & MD(Psychiatry) examinations – Goa University

M.Sc. (Occupation Therapy) – University of Mumbai




Have about 50 publications in various journals








Have received

Best Paper Awards of Bombay Psychiatry Society,

Best Paper Award of Indian Psychiatric society (Western Zonal Branch) and Shantiniketan Award of   Association of Industrial Psychiatry.




Have presented more than 100 papers/lectures at various conferences, seminars, symposiums.


Research Work


Have participated in around 15 research projects and drug trials.


Some of the recent projects

  1. Lamotrigine in bipolar mood disorder – (International multicentric -ICH/GCP Trial)
  2. Risperidone in Acute Manic Episode and as maintenance therapy for bipolar mood disorder (International multicentric -ICH/GCP Trial)
  3. Verdenafil in erectile dysfunction (National multicentric -ICH/GCP Trial)
  4. Dothiapine in patients of  IBS and Depression (Collaborative trial)
  5. Donepezil in ECT induced cognitive deficit
  6. Musculoskeletal morbidity associated with unmodified ECT
  7. Atomoxetine in ADHD
  8. Duloxetine in depression


Office Bearers


Treasurer - Bombay Psychiatric Society.

Executive council member - Bombay Psychiatric Society.

Secretary - Indian Psychiatric Society (Western Zonal Branch)

Executive council member - Indian Psychiatric Society (Western Zonal Branch)

Chairperson CME Committee - Indian Psychiatric Society (Western Zonal Branch)

Vice-President and President of Bombay Psychiatric Society 

Member of Medical Education and Technology -Cell, L.T.M.Medical College.

Member of Ethics Committee – L. T. M. Medical College and Hosptial.







List of Publications



1.Vihang Vahia, Smita Ganla, Harish Shetty, Nilesh Shah (1986). Newer Antidepressants. Continuing Medical Education – Indian Psychiatric Society, IV, 119-130.


2. Nilesh Shah, Amulya Nadkarni (1990) Snake Skin Dependence. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 32(1), 106.


3. Nilesh Shah, Amjad Ukani (1990) A study of 100 consecutive patients referred for EEG. Bombay Psychiatric Bulletin, 2, 31-35


4. Nilesh Shah, Charul Mehta, L. P. Shah (1991) Study of utilization of psychiatric inpatient services in general hospital. Health Administrator, 2, 59-62.


5. Nilesh Shah, Kirti Dave (1992) Serum AchE levels in the patients of opioid dependence. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 34(4), 373-375.


6. Nilesh Shah (1992) Brief reactive psychosis in class-IV employees of a general hospital of Bombay. Industrial Psychiatry Journal, 5(2), 33-36.


7. Gautam Allahabadia, Nilesh Shah (1992) Begging Eunuchs of Bombay. Lancet, 339, . 48-49.


8. Gautam Allahabadia, Nilesh Shah (1992) Sexual function in eunuchs. Bombay Hospital Journal, 33, 17-22.


9. Nilesh Shah, Sunita Bajaj (1994) Study of students having uneven performance in different subjects in school. Archives of Indian Psychiatry, 1(1), 22-24.


10. Nina Desai, Nikhila Deshpande and Nilesh Shah (1994) Epilepsy or hysteria : A clinical dilemma. Archives of Indian Psychiatry, 1(1), 57-58.


11. Anjan Boral, Nilesh Shah (1994) Klein Levine Syndrome : A Case Report. Journal of Indian Medical Association, 92(8), 273-274.


12. Nilesh Shah, Kirti Dave (1984) Use of serum acetylcholinesterase levels in differentiating the patients of schizophrenia from patients of meningitis – A pilot study. Archives of Indian Psychiatry, 1(2), 92-94.


13. Nilesh Shah, Santosh Mudholkar, Ajay Pawar, Anand Paranjpe (1995) Psychiatric intervention in earthquake affected areas – some observations and experience. Bombay Psychiatric Society Bulletin, 5, 35-39.


14. Bhagwan Shah, Nilesh Shah (1995) Play Therapy. In Comprehensive Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychaitry, M. S. Bhatia (Editor).

15. L. P. Shah, Nilesh Shah (1996) Schizophrenia : A dopaminergic neuron disease. Souvenir, World Psychiatric Association, Section Meeting, 1-2.


16. Bhagwan Shah, Nilesh Shah (1996) Enuresis, Pediatric Clinics of India, 31(3), 6-9.


17. Vani Jain, Sheetal Mohite, Neena Desai, Nilesh Shah (1997) Kerosene Dependence : A case report. Journal of Indian Medical Association, 95(2), 55.


18. Sujeet Jaydeokar, Gautam Bal, Nilesh Shah (1997) Childhood Disintegrative Disorder : A case report. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 39(1), 85.


19. G. Bal, S. Jaydeokar, N. Shah (1997) Landau Kleffner Syndrome. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 39(2), 182-183.


20. Nilesh Shah, Ajay Pawar (1997) Manic symptoms in patients of brief psychotic disorder, schizophreniform disorder and schizophrenia. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 39 (Suppl.), 27.


21. Shah L. P., Nilesh Shah (1997) Implementation of Mental Health Act-1987 – Licence for psychiatric hospitals and nursing homes. Pasychiatry Today, 1(2), 106-107.


22. Nilesh Shah, Dinesh Kumar M.K. (1998) Wilson’s Disease, Psychosis and ECT. Convulsive Therapy, 13(4), 278-279.


23. Nilesh Shah, Ajay Pawar, L. P. Shah (1998) Specific Learning Disorder. Converse, 2(2), 5-12.


24. A. Malthi, A. Damodaran, N. Shah. G. Krishnamurthy, P. Namjoshi, S. Ghodake  (1998) Psychophysiological changes at the time of examination in medical students before and after the practice of yoga and relaxation. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 40(1), 35-40.


25. Nikhil Nihalani, Nilesh Shah (1998) Gender Identity Disorder. The Mind Healers, 1(1), 32-34.


26. Nilesh Shah, Kedar Kale (1998) Clinical guidelines for use of antidepressants. Like Minds, November issue. 3-4.


27. Nilesh Shah, Vani Jain, Kedar Kale (1998) Runaway reaction of childhood in a case of Wilson’s Disease. Archives of Indian Psychiatry, 4(1), 105-106.


28. Nilesh Shah, Kedar Kale (1998) Electrical Status Epilepticus of Sleep – A case report. Archives of Indian Psychiatry, 4(1), 114-115.


29. Nikhl Nihalani, Amod Dalvi, Sunil Awana, Nilesh Shah (1998) Gender Identity Disorder : A report of 3 cases. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 40(4), 386-387.

30. Kedar Kale, Nikhil Nihalani, Nitin Karnik, Nilesh Shah (1999) Postpartum psychosis in a case of Sheehan’s syndrome. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 41(1), 70-72.


31. Nilesh Shah, Prasad Deshpande (1999) Post-stroke depression. Like Minds, January issue, 6-8.


32. Nilesh Shah (1999) Psychiatric examination in general practice. Lenbrook, BASF Pharma Publication, Mumbai.


33. Nilesh Shah, Sejal Kelkar, Farida Rassiwala (1999) Depression in elderly, Like Minds, July issue, 7-8.


34. Nilesh Shah, Farida Rassiwala (1999) Manic Depressive Disorder. Lenbrook, BASF Pharma Publication, Mumbai.


35. Priya Bajaj, Nikhil Nihalani, Nilesh Shah, Neena Desai, Veena Shinde, Nivedita Raut (1999) Reemergence of positive symptoms of schizophrenia during the course of treatment with risperidone. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 41(2), 96-99.


36. Prof. L. P. Shah, Nilesh Shah (1999) History of Continuing Medical Education Program of Indian Psychiatric Society, Continuing Medical Education, Indian Psychiatric Society, 1-2.


37. Nilesh Shah, Farida Rassiwala, Deepak Degade (1999) Valproate (Valproic acid). Archives of Indian Psychiatry, 5(1), 106-110.


38. Nilesh Shah, Nikhil Nihalani, Vidya Krishan (1999) Depression in cardiovascular diseases, Like Minds, October issue, 1-6.


39. Nilesh Shah, Kedar Kale (1999) SSPE in a case of aqueductal stenosis. Journal of Indian Medical Association, 97(12), 501-503.


40. A. Malthi, A. Damodaran, Nilesh Shah, Neela Patil, Srikrishna Maratha (1999)   Self-acualization  and practice of yoga. NIMHANS Journal, 17(1), 39-44.


41. Nilesh Shah, Farida Rassiwala (2000) Electroconvulsive Therapy – Direct or Unmodified Technique. Archives of Indian Psychiatry, 6(1), 142-144.


42. A. Malthi, Asha. Damodaran, Nilesh Shah, Neela Patil, Srikrishna Maratha (2000) Effect of yogic practice on subjective well-being. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 44(2), 202-206.


43. Nilesh Shah, Arpita Gandhi, Pallavi Pandit (2000) The handbook of Sleep, Lenbrook, BASF Pharma Publication, Mumbai.


44. Chittaranjan Andrade, Kiran Rele, R.Sutharshan, Nilesh Shah (2000) Musculoskeletal morbidity with unmodified ECT may be less than earlier believed. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 42(2), 156-162.


45. Nilesh Shah, Santoshkumar Mudholkar (2000) Clinical aspects of post-traumatic stress disorder in children and adolescents. Kedar Nath Dwivedi (Editor), London, Whurr Publishers, 97-112.


46. Nilesh Shah (2001) Psychiatric Disordes. In : Our Health in Our Hands. Deodhar N. S., Sathe P.V. (Editors). Pune, school Health Sciences, University of Pune, 176-179.


47. A.K.Srivastava, S.Gupta, M.Srinivasan, R.C.Maniar, G.P.D.Rao, & N.B.Shah (2001) Risperidone: dosing pattern and efficacy in clinical practice – a post marketing survey. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 43(2), 147-156.


48. N Shah, Veena Shinde, Omprakash Raichandani, Rahul Tadake, Purvesh Madhani, Priti Sawant (2001) Comparative evaluation of Dothiepin and Sertraline in depressive illness. JAMA India – The Physicians’ Update, 4(3), 59-63.


49. Nilesh Shah, Suyog Mehta, Dilip Pawar (2002) Role of Alprazolam and Sertraline in Mixed anxiety-depressive disorder. Indian Medical Gazette, March 2002 issue, 99-103.


50. Minhaj Nasirabadi, Gauri kamat, Nilesh Shah (2002) Use of faradic stimuli in a case of recurrent hysterical aphonia. Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 44(4) 380-381.


51. Nilesh Shah & Dipti Gada (2003) Schizophrenia. Post Graduate psychiatry eds. Prof. (Dr.) J. N. Vyas and Prof. (Dr.) S. S. Nathawat, Aditya Medical Publishers, New Delhi, pp 121-135.


52. M. Isaac & N. Shah (2003) Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression in Clinical Practice. In: Anxiety and Depression in Clinical Practice. Eds: Dr. Mohan Isaac and Dr. Nilesh Shah, Abbott India Limited, Mumbai, pp 1-6.


53. N. Shah & O. RAichandani (2003) Anxiety Disorders and Depression in Children and Adolescents. In: Anxiety and Depression in Clinical Practice. Eds: Dr. Mohan Isaac and Dr. Nilesh Shah, Abbott India Limited, Mumbai, pp 69-74.


54. Roop Majali, Nilesh Shah & Nutan Desai (2003) Concomitant Major depression and anxiety in an Irritable bowel syndrome patient. Case report published by Abbott India Limited (Lenbrook division)


55. Poonam Tolani, Nilesh Shah & Prabha Sawant (2003) Concomitant Major depression and anxiety in an Irritable bowel syndrome patient. Case report published by Abbott India Limited (Lenbrook division)


56. Chittaranjan Andrade, Nilesh Shah & Pratap Tharyan (2003) The Dilemma of Unmodified Electroconvulsive Therapy. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 64:10, 1147-1152.


57. Nilesh Shah, Sujit Shenoy & Pradnya Gawade (2003) Intravenous valproate therapy. Indian Journal of Psychiatry 45 (4) 251-252.


58. Nilesh Shah & Alka Chugani (2004) Managing insomnia in pain. Published by Abbott India Ltd. (Lenbrook Division).