Dr Soumyadeep Bhaumik
Research Fellow, Injury division Research Fellow, Policy Impact
MBBS, M.Sc (International Public Health)
Soumyadeep Bhaumik is a medical doctor and international public health specialist working in the injury division and on policy impact at The George Institute for Global Health.
Soumyadeep's current research interests include evidence synthesis, health policy and systems research, clinical practice guidelines, equity and health research prioritisation.
At The George Institute, Soumyadeep is leading the work on snakebite using a health policy and systems approach and as a methods lead for on-demand Rapid Evidence Synthesis to inform decision making. Soumyadeep also involved in the institute’s thought leadership program. Soumyadeep is also a co-investigator in several projects in the injury division on drowning in Sundarbans, burns in Uttar Pradesh and disaster risk resilience in Assam.
Soumyadeep has studied medicine at Bankura Sammilani Medical College, India and international public health at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom. He has previously worked as a researcher with the Public Health Foundation of India, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Cochrane South Asia and as an emergency physician in Columbia Asia Hospitals, Salt Lake.
Soumyadeep is also an Associate Editor, Evidence Synthesis, BMJ Global Health and Co-Convenor of the Cochrane Priority Setting Methods Group.