biochemistry

Department of Biochemistry

Biochemistry department has full fledge staff including nine teaching staff and twenty one nonteaching staff both in college and hospital campus. The department has spacious undergraduate laboratory, well equipped post graduate laboratory, departmental library, seminar hall, demonstration halls and staff rooms as per MCI standards for 150 MBBS admissions. Clinical Biochemistry, a part of central laboratory is situated in KIMS hospital complex. The clinical laboratory is well equipped with the state of the art auto-analyzers, electrolyte analyzers and ABG analyzers for performing all the routine Biochemistry, endocrinology immunology and emergency investigations. The staff consists of 1 Professor and HOD, 6 Associate Professors, 2 Assistant Professors and 6 PG cum tutors in the department. Teachers have undergone training in Medical Education Technology (MET) under MCI. The department has Post Graduate (MD) seats since 1999 which is MCI recognized, with an intake of 2 students per year and so far 22 students have successfully completed the course. The department also has RGUHS affiliated PhD programmes and so far 3 students have successfully completed their PhD. The department conducts regular tutorials, tests, seminars, CME programmes as stipulated by RGUHS and fulfilling MCI norms. There are total of 15 publications in the last three years. Research activities are going on in the field of PCOS, obesity, cataractogenesis and depression cases.

 

College (BSK campus):

  • Postgraduate / research laboratory for MD, MDS and PhD courses.
  • Undergraduate laboratory for MBBS, BDS, BPT, BSc (Nursing) and Pc BSc (Nursing) courses.
  • Two full fledge demonstration rooms.
  • Seminar hall.
  • Departmental library.

Hospital (Clinical laboratory):

  • Fully automated modular autoanalyzers with dedicated RO plant.
  • ECLIA for Hormonal investigations.
  • ABG analyzers for arterial blood gas analysis.
  • Electrolyte analyzers.
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Dr. B.V. Ravi Professor & H OD MBBS, MD drbvravi@gmail.com

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Dr. Anusuya. M.R Professor MSc, PhD anasuya1969@gmail.com

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Dr. Sunitha S Associate Professor MBBS, MD sunithashekariah@gmail.com

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Dr. Anil Kumar A.S Associate Professor MBBS, MD Kimsanil99@gmail.com

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Dr. Harishekar. M.B Associate Professor MSc, PhD harishekar1@gmail.com

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Dr. C. Prabha Associate Professor MSc, PhD prabhaneetha@gmail.com
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Dr. Rajkumar B.N. Assistant Professor MBBS, MD

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Dr. Vidya Sagar G.V. Assistant Professor MBBS, MD

drvidyasagargv@gmail.com

PG Cum Tutor    

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Dr. Khimavath Geetha PG Cum Tutor MBBS

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Dr. Sumantara.N.S PG Cum Tutor MBBS

  • Research activities like NGAL and BNP in heart failure patients in collaboration with SJIC, Bangalore. And
  • Thrombolytic activity in medicinal plants in collaboration with Jain University, Bangalore.
  • Regular on-going projects like thesis and dissertation works under the guidance of designated guides.
  • UG students are being guided for ICMR projects.
  • Guidance for project works being done by PG students from other clinical departments like MD and MDS students.
  • Biotechnology students utilizing our laboratory facilities for project works.
  • Regular CME programme are being conducted.
  • Regular teaching programme being conducted as per RGUHS and MCI recommendations.
Dr B V Ravi
    Professor has authored a book on “BASICS IN BIOCHEMISTRY FOR NURSING STUDENTS”.
 
  1. Studies on lipid peroxidation induced by lead, alcohol on liver and amelioration by vitamin E. Dr. Harishekar M.B. Associate professor. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, vol 4, Suppl 2, 2011, 164-167.
  2. In vitro evaluation of effect of lead, alcohol and vitamin E on glutathione content of liver tissue in rats. Dr. Harishekar M.B. Associate professor. Journal of pharmacy research Vol 5, issue 1, Jan 2012.
  3. Assessment of vitamin C content in lead, alcohol and vitamin E treated liver tissue of rats. Dr. Harishekar M.B. Associate professor. International journal on pharmaceutical and biomedical research. Vol 2(6), 2011.
  4. Effect of lead, alcohol and vitamin E on protein carbonyl content in rats. Dr. Harishekar M.B. Associate professor. Journal of applied pharmaceutical science. 01(09):2011:154-156.
  5. Analysis of toxicity of lead, alcohol and vitamin E on catalase activity of liver tissue in rats. Dr. Harishekar M.B. Associate professor. World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences. July 2012; Vol 1, issue 2: 668-673.
  6. Evaluation of effects of different concentrations of lead, alcohol and vitamin E on protein carbonyl content of brain tissue in rats. Dr. Anusuya M.R. Associate professor et al. Journal of applied pharmaceutical science. 02(04): 2012: 70-73.
  7. Assessment of lead, alcohol and vitamin E on glutathione content of brain tissue of rats treated for four and eight weeks. Dr. Anusuya M.R. Associate professor et al. Journal of pharmacy research. 2012, 5(6),3379-3381.
  8. Determination of activity of lead, alcohol and vitamin E on catalase activity in brain tissue of rats. Dr. Anusuya M.R. Associate professor et al. International journal on pharmaceutical and phytopharmacological research. 2012:1(5):297-300.
  9. Evaluation of effects of lead, alcohol and vitamin E on lipid peroxidation on brain tissue. Dr. Anusuya M.R. Associate professor et al. International journal of life science and pharma research. Vol 2/ issue 2/Apr –june 2012:37- 41.
  10. Analysis and detection of effect of lead and alcohol on vitamin C of brain tissue of rats. Dr. Anusuya M.R. Associate professor et al. World journal of pharmaceutical research. 2012:Vol 1, issue 5, 1387-1394.
  11. Evaluation of cysteine protease from Niger seeds (Guizotiaabyssinica). Dr. Prabha C Associate professor et al. Research journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences. July – September 2013.Vol 4, issue 3, 1133-1148.
  12. Lipoprotein (a) in Essential Hypertension Patients. Dr. Ummed Singh Solanki, Dr. Anil Kumar A.S. Associate professor. Indian Medical Gazette. August 2013. P 292-295.
  13. A study on sensori-Neural Hearing Loss in patients of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Dr. Anil H.T., Dr. Anil Kumar A.S. Associate professor. IJSR Vol 3, Issue 5, May 2014, 485-487.
  14. Studies on the variation of Esterase activity and protein during germination in the 66 genotypes of Niger. Prabha C. Associate professor. Trends in Biosciences 6 (4): 370-372, 2013.
  15. Serum lipoprotein (a) and lipid profile in Hypothyroidism. Shilpashree M.K., Ravi B.V.. Professor & Head, Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences. Vol 4, Issue 1 Jan- Mar 2014, 235-239.

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