Kamalika Roy, MD, MCR

As a board-certified consultation-liaison psychiatrist, I love working with people with cancer or other complex medical problems, including but not limited to neurodegenerative disorders, sleep disorders, delirium, and catatonia. It is crucial to treat and support psychiatric conditions often associated with multiple disease processes and treatment complications. As a member of the psycho-oncology team at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, I enjoy the opportunity to collaborate with various specialties to help my patients during the most stressful times of their overall care.  I have expertise in diagnosis, psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, and electroconvulsive therapy. I conducted clinical research in pharmacogenomics, delirium, and pre-dementia cognitive impairment in the past. I strongly believe in shared decision-making in the process of treatment.


Masters in Clinical Research, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR, 2020
Fellowship,Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2017
Residency, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, 2016

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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Recent Publications

Geriatric Cognitive Decline and Polypharmacy.
(2023 Jan)

Chippa V, Roy K

TLR induced IL-27 plays host-protective role against B16BL6 melanoma in C57BL/6 mice.
(2022 Jun)
Cytokine 154(): 155871
Patidar A, Selvaraj S, Chakravarti M, Guha I, Bhuniya A, Bera S, Dhar S, Roy K, Baral R, Chattopadhyay D, Pal C, Saha B

NLGP regulates RGS5-TGFβ axis to promote pericyte-dependent vascular normalization during restricted tumor growth.
(2022 May)
FASEB J 36(5): e22268
Dasgupta S, Saha A, Ganguly N, Bhuniya A, Dhar S, Guha I, Ghosh T, Sarkar A, Ghosh S, Roy K, Das T, Banerjee S, Pal C, Baral R, Bose A

Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Autoimmune Encephalitis in a Tertiary Hospital: A Case Series and Current Perspectives.
(2022 Feb 15)
J Clin Psychiatry 83(2):
Sinha A, Smolik TJ, Roy K, Bollu PC

Pseudodelirium: Psychiatric Conditions to Consider on the Differential for Delirium.
(2021 Fall)
J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 33(4): 356-364
Wilson JE, Andrews P, Ainsworth A, Roy K, Ely EW, Oldham MA

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