Assosciate Professor of Psychiatry & Pediatrics; Director of Training - Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Psychiatry; Psychiatry - Child and Adolescent
Dr. Sengupta‘s academic interests have centered around collaborative care, family systems, and medical education. In 2013, he started Integrated Care/for Kids, a collaborative care program in pediatric and adult primary care settings in WNY, leading a team of therapists and care coordinators working closely with primary care clinicians to better manage mild to moderate behavioral health issues at "the right time and the right place." InC/K worked with more than a thousand patients/families a year to access quality mental health treatment for over a decade. He is also a member of the CAP-PC team, which provides phone consultations and mental health educational training to pediatric primary care clinicians throughout the state of New York, as well as a national educator for the REACH Institute. He serves as Co-Chair of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry's Committee on Collaborative and Integrated Care, and has consulted with healthcare organizations across the country to establish successful behavioral health integration programs.
Dr. Sengupta became Program Director for UB's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship in 2016 and has been proud to train compassionate and talented child psychiatrists making a difference in the lives of emotionally struggling children and families in WNY and beyond. He supervises fellows at the Children‘s Psychiatry Clinic and at Oishei Children‘s Hospital and teaches extensively in clinical neurodevelopment, collaborative care, and family systems. He is fortunate to teach and mentor trainees across the developmental spectrum and collaborate with tremendous colleagues in multiple disciplines.
After graduating from Duke University, Dr. Sengupta completed the joint MD/MPH program at Tufts University. He did his adult and child psychiatry training at the Western Psychiatric Hospital at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He also served as Chief Resident for Education and completed a Public Service Psychiatry fellowship while in Pittsburgh, and furthered his medical educational training through completion of the UB/Royal College of Physicians Faculty Educator Program.