Rohan Taylor is a Psychiatrist and PhD candidate at the University of NSW – his current research examines the impact of variations in anaesthetic technique on ECT outcomes. Rohan works clinically in the Canterbury Older Persons Mental Health Team, and has been assessing and treating patients with TMS as part of the Sydney Neurostimulation Centre since 2015. He completed a Bachelor of Liberal Studies (International) in 2006, and MBBS in 2010 at the University of Sydney - Rohan completed his RANZCP Fellowship in February 2018, and is the recipient of a HETI Research Fellowship in 2018.
Key research areas:
Black Dog Institute research projects
Deep TMS for Depression
A research, clinical assessment and treatment centre which is led by the internationally respected psychiatrist and researcher Professor Colleen Loo.