- Adverse Health Outcomes
- Health Service Research
About Dr. R. Lodhi
Dr. Lodhi is a psychiatrist-researcher who completed his PhD in psychopharmacology from the University of Edmonton. At the U of S, he has received a 2018 ComRAD award and is currently the principal investigator for a SPCOR project (original funding awarded to Dr. Bowen). During his Phd, he received an University of Alberta Doctoral Recruitment Scholarship, the Hassan F.A. Azim Graduate Award, a CPA Junior Investigator Research Colloquium Award and several travel awards.
Dr. Lodhi has been part of establishing training courses for international medical graduates in Australia who were due to give their final psychiatry exams. He teaches psychiatry residents and medical students at the U of S.
- Emergency Psychiatry
- General Adult Psychiatry
- Assertive Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation
- Forensic Psychiatry
Lodhi RJ, Masand S, Mir A, Shivakumar K, McAllister VDM, Young LC, O’Keane V, Head AH, Aitchison KJ. Change in bone turnover markers in an aripiprazole add-on or switching study, Schizophrenia Research (2016) Feb; 170 (2-3): 245-51. Epub 2016 Jan 12
Lodhi RJ, Rossolatos D, Aitchison KJ. Genetics and genomics in addiction research (2016) In: Wolff K, White J, Karch S (eds), The SAGE Handbook of Drug & Alcohol Studies Volume 2, Section 1, Chapter 1
Lodhi RJ, Wang Y, MacIntyre G, Bowker A, Crocker C, Ren H, Dimitrijevic A, Bugbee DA, Loverock A, Rossolatos D, Granger B, Sivapalan S, Newton VM, Tibbo P, Purdon SE, PhD, Aitchison KJ. Investigation of the COMT Val158Met variant association with age of onset of psychosis, adjusting for cannabis use. Brain and Behavior (2018) Sep; 8 (9), e01120