Department of Anatomy

Faculty Members of Anatomy

S No
Faculty
Rank, Name, Appointment
DOJ
Teacher ship PG & UG
1
Dr. Ranjana Verma
Professor and Head
DGO, MS (Anatomy)
05.04.2018
Yes
2
Dr.Pragati Sheel Mittal
Associate Professor
MS (Anatomy)
01.12.2017
Yes
3
Dr. Sonu
Assistant Professor
MD (Anatomy)
13.01.2021
Yes
4
Dr Pulimi Vineel
Assistant Professor
MD (Anatomy)
16.04.2022
Yes
5
Mrs. Asha Joshi
M.Sc. (Medical Anatomy)
01.06.2018
-
6
Mr. Muthukrishnan P.
(M.Sc. Medical Anatomy)
20.09.2019
-

Non-Teaching Staff of Department of Anatomy:

Designation
Name
Technical Assistant
Mr. Pawan Kumar
Store Keeper cum Clerk-cum
Computer Operator
Mr. Lokender
Attendent
Mr.Sushil Kumar

Departmental Information:

S.No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Anatomy
2
Date of Establishment
2017
3
Name of the first HOD
Dr. Ranjana Verma, MS (Anatomy), DGO
4
Names & qualification of all members
Dr. Pragati Sheel Mittal MS (Anatomy)
Dr. Sonu MD (Anatomy)
Dr. Pulimi Vineel MD (Anatomy)
Dr. Asha Joshi M.Sc. (Anatomy)
Dr. Muthukrishnan P. M.Sc. (Anatomy)
5
Facility available in Dept

Embalming

Cadaver Storage

Anatomy Museum

Bone Bank

Histology slide preparation facility

Advanced microscope with projection feature

6
Facility wise daily work load

Undergraduate teaching

DNB teaching

Teaching and training activities for faculties and tutors

B.Sc Nursing Teaching

DMLT Teaching

Diploma in X-ray technician Teaching

7
Training activities & courses run

MBBS course for 100 students

DNB course

Departmental Research Activities

8
Teaching Aids available

LCD Projector

Multimedia with TV monitor

Projection microscope

White & Green Board

2D and 3D Charts

Models

03 Computers

01 Printer with Scanner

01 Printer

9
Teaching Load

Total no. of topics for UG teaching- 82

No of competencies- 408

Lectures (hours) - 220

Small Group Teaching/ Tutorials/ Integrated learning/ Practical (hours)- 415

Self-directed learning - 40 hours

Early Clinical Exposure- 30 hours

AETCOM- 15 hours

Formative assessment & Terminal Examination- 30 hours

TOTAL TEACHING (HOURS) -720

S.No
EQUIPMENTS
MCI REQUIREMENTS
AVAILABLE
01.
Table with marble or stainless-steel tops with a minimum size of 6' x 2' x3'
12
15
02.
Tables with marble or stainless-steel tops - half standard size
04
05
03.
Drill machine rotary hammer
02
02
04.
Hand saw preferably metal
03
02
05.
Band saw for sectioning body and limbs
01
01
06.
Brain knife
01
01
07.
Mortuary cooler with arrangement to keep 1 body
01
02 to keep 12 bodies
08.
Storage tank to hold 10 cadavers, static/movable tank with input and output facility with lid
02
03
09.
Plastic tanks for storing soft and dissected parts
08
10
10.
Multimedia Projector with screen
02
03
11.
Trolley Table (Steel)
02
04
12.
Movie camera with projection screen
01
13.
Computer with internet connection and Video CD library
02
01
14.
X-ray Viewing lobby
03
06
15.
X-Ray plates/MRI/CAT scan/USG As required
As required
50
16.
Charts
As required
37
17.
Models
As required
175
18.
Slides
As required
550
19.
Dissecting instruments for cadaveric dissection as required
As required
13
20.
Meat cutting machine for thin body sections (trans and vertical) for gross anatomy sectional study
01
01
21.
Embalming machine
01
01
22.
Microscopes, Monocular
50
60
23.
Dissection microscope
03
03
24.
Microtomes, rotary (Optional)
01
01
25.
Microtomes, Sledge, large cutting
01
01
26.
Cabinet for slides (1000)
01
Available
27.
Incubators
01
01
28.
Paraffin embedding bath
01
01
29.
Hot plates for flattening sections
01
01
30.
Hot air oven for drying slides (450C)
01
01
31.
Refrigerators (Minimum 165 litres)
02
02
32.
Diamond pencils
As required
04
33.
Hot air sterilizer
01
34.
Tissue floatation bath
01
35.
Water Distillation unit
01
36.
Articulated Skeleton set (Artificial)
05
07
37.
Articulated Skeleton set (Human)
02
38.
Bones (Dis-articulated) sets
15
20
39.
Specimen jars (Specimen-wet)
110
125
40.
Steel racks
As required
26
41.
Laptop
01
42.
Desktop computer with printer
02
43.
Photocopier with scanner
01
01
44.
Patient trolley
04
45.
Instrument trolley
02
46.
Plastination Unit
1

Mission Statement:

1. Provide a strong foundation for new MBBS entrants by teaching basic sciences

2. Updating departmental museum

3. Updating of histology research lab

4. Inculcate Research attitude in UG students

5. Develop body donation awareness in society

6. Conduct CMEs, Guest Lectures, workshops

7. To start PG & MSc Courses in the department

8. Establishment of Anthropometric lab

9. To start Plastination lab

On-going Research Projects:

1. Effect of centrality of umbilical cord and vascular pattern ofChorionic Blood Vessels on foetal outcome.

2. To study the association between cervical lordotic angle and early cervical spine degeneration in young adult computer professionals.

3. Assessment of the psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic on undergraduate medical students in India.

4. Estimation of gender and body height of an individual by using spatial gait parameters “length swept in one stride and step-width.

5. Introduction of Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning(POGIL) technique for embryology teaching in Phase I MBBS students.

CMEs/Workshops organized:

1. CME cum Awareness Program on “Body & Organ Donation – Live Beyond Life” Organized by Department of Anatomy 18TH September 2019 at GIMS.

Departmental Achievements:


• Successful implementation of CBME curriculum in MBBS Teaching

• Organization of CME cum Awareness Program on “Body & Organ Donation – Live Beyond Life” on 18th September 2019.

• Updating of Infrastructure of Histology laboratory& started making our own Histology slides to strengthen UG teaching & research

• Updating of Infrastructure of Museum & increased the number of Museum specimens

• Increased the number of bones in bone bank

• Organized Cadaveric Oath Ceremony

• Organized Poster Competition 2019 on topic – Body & Organ donation

• Theme based Rangoli on topic– Body & Organ donation

Vision Plan:

Present status
First 1 year
First 5 years
Next 10 years
*UG teaching
*To start Embalming facility
*To develop center for body and organ donation
*Develop the department as a Centre of excellence for anatomy for undergraduate & postgraduate training
* Research activities
*To increase the number of stained histology slides for undergraduate teaching
*To establish fetal repository for research in & developmental anatomy
*Faculty training in Genetics and establishment of Molecular Genetics Laboratory
*Faculty Development
*To increase the number of (soft part) for Anatomy Museum
*Retrieval of bone and establishment of Bone bank
*To start Immunohistochemistry and Electron Microscopy for research purpose
*Virtual and Clinical Anatomy Museum
*Organization of State level and All India conferences of Anatomy
*To create PG Course


Road map for next 10 years:


Develop the department as a Centre of excellence for anatomy for undergraduate & postgraduate training

To develop center for body and organ donation

To establish fetal repository for research in developmental anatomy

Retrieval of bone and establishment of Bone bank

Faculty training in Genetics and establishment of Molecular Genetics Laboratory

To start Immunohistochemistry and Electron Microscopy for research purpose

Virtual and Clinical Anatomy Museum

Should publish at least two papers per faculty and residents per year

Organization of State level and All India conferences of Anatomy

Workload:

1. TEACHING LOAD
Total
Total no of topics
82
No of competencies
408
Lectures (hours)
220
Self-directed learning (hours)
40
Early Clinical Exposure (ECE) (hours)
30
AETCOM (hours)
15
Formative assessment & Terminal Examination (hours)
30
TOTAL TEACHING HOURS
720
2. MUSEUM SPECIMEN PREPARATION
--
3. HISTOLOGY SLIDE PREPARATION
--

Faculty Details:

Dr.RANJANA VERMA

DGO, MS (Anatomy)

Professor and Head

Dr Ranjana Verma did her MBBS from PMCH, Patna and MS Anatomy from RMCH, Ranchi, Jharkhand. She is Ex Senior Resident and Senior Research Associate from MAMC, New Delhi. Has worked as Assistant Professor at MAMC, New Delhi and as Associate Professor at HIMSR, New Delhi. Joined GIMS, Greater Noida as Professor & Head, Anatomy in 2018.

Research Projects

  • • Intra-mural- As Principal Investigator:
  • 1. Effect of centrality of umbilical cord and vascular pattern of Chorionic Blood Vessels on foetal outcome.
  • 2. Estimation of gender and body height of an individual by using spatial gait parameters “length swept in one stride and step-width.
  • 3. Introduction of Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning(POGIL) technique for embryology teaching in Phase I MBBS students..
  • • Intra-mural- As Principal Co-investigator:
  • 4. To study the association between cervical lordotic angle and early cervical spine degeneration in young adult computer professionals
  • 5. Assessment of the psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic on undergraduate medical students in India

Chapters Contributed

  • • Manual on “Staining techniques of gastrointestinal tract” 2011Histochemical and protocols of specific staining procedure
  • • Manual on “Neural Staining Techniques” 2014
    • Tissue collection and preparation
    • Microtomy
    • Hematoxylin and eosin staining

Thesis Guide- PhD

As Chief Guide- Prevalence of Morphological changes in ovary and uterus in different age groups with PCOD

Organizing Chairperson:

“CME cum Awareness Programme on “Body & Organ Donation – Live Beyond Life” 18THSeptember 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida.

Member of Organizing Committee in Workshops/Symposium:

  • • Workshop on “Preservation technique of human body” Embalming and Museumology on 7th & 8th Feb 2014, Department of Anatomy, MAMC, New Delhi.
  • • Workshop on “Neural Staining techniques” 7th& 8th March 2014 Department of Anatomy, MAMC, New Delhi.
  • • Workshop on “Preservation Techniques of Human body-Embalming & Museum Technique” 23rd& 24th March 2012 Department of Anatomy, MAMC, New Delhi.
  • • Workshop on “Staining techniques of the gastrointestinal tract” 25th& 26th March 2011 Department of Anatomy, MAMC, New Delhi.
  • • Workshop on “Embalming, plastination and organ donation in present day scenario” 26th& 27th March 2010 Department of Anatomy, MAMC, New Delhi.
  • • Symposium on “Current Trends in auditory research” on 21st& 22nd Sept 2007 Department of Anatomy, MAMC, New Delhi.

As Resource Person in Workshops:

  • • Curriculum Implementation Support Programme 13th -15th May 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida, UP
  • • Revised Basic Course workshop 3rd-5th December 2019at GIMS, Greater Noida, UP
  • • Fetal autopsy and cadaveric skills on 20-21 Feb 2017 in MAMC, New Delhi.
  • • Preservation techniques of human body on 13-14 Feb 2015 in MAMC, New Delhi.
  • • First Cadaveric Pelvic Surgery workshop on 20th Nov 2010. Organized by Department of Obst & Gynae, MAMC & LN Hospital, New Delhi.
  • • Airway 2009 advanced airway CME and workshop on Supraglottic devices & fibroscope guided intubation from 13th -15th Feb 2009.
  • • Hands-on Workshop Airway Management, Maneuvers and Gadgets, 2008, MAMC, New Delhi.

Chaired Session in Conferences:

  • • Advanced Molecular Techniques in Medical Diagnostics 22nd-23rd April 2019 GIMS, Greater Noida, UP
  • • 27th Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Medicine, GB University, Greater Noida from 15-17th November 2019.
  • • “Evidence Based Non Invasive Therapies; Futuristic Medicine” Department of Physiology 18TH - 19th November 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida.
  • • CME on Hemovigilance organised by the department of pathology on 6th April 2021

Paper Presented in National Conferences:

  • • 68th National Conference of Anatomical Society of India, Lucknow, India (2022)
  • Effect of centrality of umbilical cord and vascular pattern of chorionic blood vessels on foetal outcome
  • • 67th National Conference of Anatomical Society of India, Delhi, India (2019)
  • o Relationship of the Cephalic vein to the Superficial branch of Radial Nerve in the forearm and its importance during venipuncture (Mahajan AM, Verma R, Razdan SK.)
  • • 66th National Conference of Anatomical Society of India, Rishikesh, India (2018)
  • o Morphometric Analysis of Infra Orbital Foramen and Its Clinical Relevance in North Indian Skulls. ( Verma R, Rai AM & Razdan SK).
  • • 63rd National Conference of Anatomical Society of India, Lucknow, India (2015)
  • o Morphometric and morphologic analysis of occipital condyle and its importance in craniovertebral surgeries. (Verma R, Kumar S, Rai AM, Mansoor I &Mehra RD)
  • o An Anomalous origin of accessory head of Flexor digitorum Profundus in forearm: A Rare Variant. (Verma R, Kumar S &Mehra RD)
  • o Cellular changes in the diabetic placenta (Verma R, Mishra S & Kaul JM)
  • o Anomalous branching pattern of femoral nerve (Verma R, Mishra S & Kaul JM)
  • • 52nd National Conference of Anatomical Society of India, Hyderabad, India (2004)
  • o Malformation of renal and testicular vein-a case report (Verma R, Rana KK)
  • o Higher division of superficial branch of radial nerve (Verma R, Paul S & Das S)
  • • DASMOS, MAMC, New Delhi, March 2004.
  • o Vascular Pattern of Placenta and correlation of it with birth weight of neonate (VermaR, Mishra S, Kaul JM)

Examinership

  • • Internal Examiner- Undergraduate MBBS & Post Graduate (Anatomy) examiner at GIMS, Greater Noida
  • • External Examiner at AIIMS, New Delhi, Delhi University, IP University, ESI Dental College, Jamia Hamdard University& Himalayan University

Articles reviewed in journals

  • • Clinical anatomy
  • • Surgical and radiological anatomy
  • • International journal of anatomy and research

Paper Publications:

  • 1. Singh R, Singh P, Verma R, Diwan RK. Unusual additional distal aponeurotic slips of biceps brachii: A rare variation. J Anat Soc India 2022;71:74-6.
  • 2. Joshi A, Mittal P, Rai AM, Verma R, Bhandari B & Razdan S. Variations in Pulmonary Fissure: A Source of Collateral Ventilation and Its Clinical Significance. Cureus. 2022; 14(3): e23121. DOI 10.7759/cureus.23121
  • 3. Sarkar S, Verma R, Singh S. Faculty and Students' Perceptions on Experiential Learning Based Anatomy Dissection Hall Sessions for Medical Undergraduates. Adv Med Educ Pract. 2022; 13:543-554. Published 2022 May 26. doi:10.2147/AMEP.S359140
  • 4. Singh R, Verma R& Rani A. Intercostobrachial nerve-An unusual course and innervation pattern. IJSR,Vol 9 (9), 4-5.2020.
  • 5. Kaushal P, Verma R, Banerjee A, Mehra RD. Ossification of the Anterior Longitudinal Ligament: Clinical and Embryological Aspect. Int J Anat Res 2019;7(1.3):6326-6329.
  • 6. Joseph B, Verma R. Effect of polycystic ovary syndrome on the morphology of ovary- A Review. IDC International journal. 5(4): Aug-Oct 2018. ISSN: 2395- 3365.
  • 7. Joseph B, Verma R. A review on the morphology of uterus in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome. The Genesis. 5(3): July-Sept 2018. ISSN 2395-2164.
  • 8. Mahajan A, Verma R, Kumar S, & Raj D. Mehra. Evaluation of osteologic parameters of jugular foramen and its significance with respect to expanded endoscopic endonasal approach. Eur. J. Anat.2017, 21 (3): 225-233.
  • 9. Kumar S, Verma R, Mahajan A & Raj D. Mehra. Morphological and Morphometric Analysis of Hypoglossal Canal in North Indian Dry Skulls and It's Significance in Cranial Base Surgeries. JCDR. 2017 Mar, Vol-11(3): AC08-AC12.
  • 10. Verma R, Kumar S, Rai AM, Mansoor I & Raj D. Mehra. The anatomical perspective of human occipital condyle in relation to the hypoglossal canal, condylar canal, and jugular foramen and its surgical significance. JCVJS, 2016, Volume: 7(4); 243-249.
  • 11. Kumar S, Verma R, Mehra RD. An anomalous origin of accessory head of flexor digitorum profundus in forearm: A rare variant. JASI 2016, Volume 65; S73-S75.
  • 12. Verma R& Bhadoria P. Variations in the Attachments and Innervation of Muscles in Axilla. IJAR 2016, Volume: 6(2); 124-26.
  • 13. Tiwari S, Kataria S &Verma R. Symmetrical variations in the branching pattern of abdominal aorta: a case report. IJAR. 2014; vol 7: 83–85.
  • 14. Verma R, Mishra S, Mahajan A. Unilateral Variation in the Branching Pattern of Axillary Artery: A Cadaveric Study. IJAR. 2014;2(1):292-94
  • 15. Mishra S, Verma R, Mahajan A & Misra S. Anomalous formation of inferior vena cava: embryological and clinical significance. Case Study Case Rep. 2014; 4(3): 86-91.
  • 16. Verma R, Mishra S, Mahajan A. Subcutaneous course of saphenous nerve in midthigh region. IJAR 2013; 03:181-2
  • 17. Verma R, Mishra S, Mahajan A. Variant branching pattern and supply of the posterior division of femoral nerve: Report of a rare case. OA Anatomy. 2013 Dec; 01;1(4):32
  • 18. Verma R, Prasad R, Mishra S & JM Kaul. Vascular Pattern of Chorionic Blood Vessels of Placenta and its Correlation with the Birth Weight of Neonate. Int. J. Morphol., Sept 2012; vol.30(3):952-955
  • 19. Verma R, Mishra S and Kaul JM. Ultrastructural Changes in the Placental Membrane in Pregnancies Associated with Diabetes. Int. J. Morphol., Dec 2011; vol.29(4): 1398-1407.
  • 20. Verma R, Mishra S & Kaul, JM. Cellular Changes in the Placenta in Pregnancies Complicated with Diabetes. Int. J. Morphol.Mar 2010; vol.28(1): p.259-264.
  • 21. Rana, KK, Das, S &Verma, R. Double Plantaris Muscle: A Cadaveric Study with Clinical Importance. Int. J. Morphol. Sept 2006; vol. 24(3):495-498.
  • 22. Verma R, Mishra A, Das S & Vasudeva N. An Anomalous Variation in the Innervation Pattern of the Peroneus Longus Muscle by Deep Peroneal Nerve: A Case Report Annals ofIbadan Postgraduate Medicine. Dec 2006; Vol 4(2): 41-44.
  • 23. Verma R, Paul S and Das S. Dorsal Digital Branch of the Thumb: An Anatomical Study. Int. J. Morphol., June 2005; vol. 23(2):133-136.
  • 24. Verma R, Das S& Suri R. Unusual Organization of The Ansa Cervicalis: A Case Report. Brazilian Journal of Morphological Sciences. 2005; 22 (3):175 - 177,
  • 25. R Verma, Kalra S & Rana KK. Malformation of Renal and Testicular Vein-a Case Report. JASI. 2005; 54(1) June: 29-31.

Dr.PRAGTI SHEEL MITTAL

MD (Anatomy)

Associate Professor

Dr P. S. Mittaldid his MBBS from Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal(MP) and MS (Anatomy)from S. S. Medical College, Rewa (MP). He has worked as Assistant Professor at Sri Aurobindo Mdical College, Indore (MP) and as Associate Professor at Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Sciences, Bilaspur (CG) and K D Medical College, Mathura (UP). He has contributed as Co-editor in BD Chaurasia’s Human Anatomy. He hasalso presented numerous research papers in conferences &reviewer for journal of Human Anatomy.




Publications:

  • 1.Joshi A, Mittal P, Rai AM, Verma R, Bhandari B & Razdan S. Variations in Pulmonary Fissure: A Source of Collateral Ventilation and Its Clinical Significance. Cureus. 2022; 14(3): e23121. DOI 10.7759/cureus.23121
  • 2. Mittal S, Gulia R Mittal P S. Effectiveness of Early Clinical Exposure (ECE) as a teaching-learning method for first-year MBBS undergraduates in basic medical sciences. International Journal of Health and Clinical Research. 2021; 4(20):221-224.
  • 3. Mittal S, Saxena N, Jain D, Mittal, PS, Shaikh MKS. Fetal Outcome of Preeclamptic Mother with Hyperuricemia. Int Jour of Med Sci and Cur Res. 2021; 4(4): 78-85.
  • 4. SS Joshi1, Namrata Reddy2, SD Joshi1, Pragatisheel Mittal3 Morphological variations of left lobe of liver Int Journal of Contemporary Medical Research Sep 2017;4(9):1956-1958.
  • 5.Namrata reddy1, S. S. Joshi2, P. S. Mittal3, S. D. Joshi4 Morphology of caudate and quadrate lobes of liver J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 6(11) Feb. 06, 2017
  • 6.Namrata reddy1, P. S. Mittal2, s. S. Joshi3, s. D. Joshi4 Accessory fissures of liver and their clinical significance J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 5(82) Oct. 13, 2016
  • 7.R. Chhaparwal *, S.S. Joshi, S.D. Joshi, P.S. Mittal Variations in the insertion of peroneus longus muscle J.Anat.Soc. India 64 (2015) 133 – 136
  • 8.Pragati S. Mittal1, ShardaS. Joshi2, RupaChhaparwal3, Subhash D. Joshi4 Prevalence and Mophometry of Os Peroneum amongst Central Indians Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2014 Nov, Vol-8(11): AC08-AC10
  • 9.S.D. Joshi, S.S. Joshi, A.S. Yogesh, P.S. Mittal, Some details of morphology of biceps brachii and its functional relevance J.Anat.Soc. India 63 (Nov 2014): 24-29
  • 10.O.P. Lakhwani1, P.S. Mittal2, D.C. Naik3 Piriformis Fossa – An Anatomical and Orthopedics Consideration Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2014 Mar, Vol-8(3): 96-97
  • 11.S.D. Joshi, A.S. Yogesh, P.S. Mittal, S.S. Joshi Morphology of the bicipital aponeurosis:a cadaveric study Folia Morphol.Vol. 73, No. 1, pp. 79–83 (2014)
  • 12.Chhaparwal, R.*, Mittal, PS., Joshi, SS. and Joshi, S. Variations in the morphology of platysma muscle in central Indians J. Morphol. Sci. 30(4) 244-248 (2013)
  • 13. Mittal P.S., Khanwalkar P.G., Naik D.C. Use of Silicon Gel to Mould the Cavities of Hollow Viscera. J.Anat.Soc. India 58 (2) 201-202 (2009)

Organising Secretary for CME:

  • 1. CME cum Awareness Programme on “Body & Organ Donation – Live Beyond Life” Organized by Department of Anatomy 18TH September 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida.

Conference/CME/Workshop attended:

  • 1 Advanced Molecular Techniques in Medical Diagnostics 22nd-23rd April 2019 GIMS, Greater Noida, UP.
  • 2 Hospital Infection Control Practices: Challenges & Solutions 23rd-24th July 2019, GIMS, Greater Noida, UP.
  • 3 Curriculum Implementation Support Programme 25th-27th July, 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida, UP
  • 4 Current trends and future prospects in Pharmacovigilance- An integral part of Medicine Safety 26th – 27th September 2019, GIMS, Greater Noida, UP.
  • 5 “Evidence Based Non Invasive Therapies; Futuristic Medicine” Organized by Department of Physiology 18TH - 19th November 2019 at GIMS, Greater Noida.
  • 6 Revised Basic Course workshop conducted by MAMC, New Delhi, Regional centre in Medical Education Technology at GIMS, Greater Noida, UP from 3rd – 5th December 2019.
  • 7 “Preservation Techniques of Human Body” chemical & digital (3D printing) preservation & Museology Organized by Department of Anatomy 20th – 21st December 2019 at Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.






Dr. SONU

MD (Anatomy)

Assistant Professor

Dr Sonu did her MBBS from Lady Hardinge medical college (LHMC), New Delhi and MD as well as Senior Residency from University college of medical sciences (UCMS), Delhi University. She has worked as Assistant Professor at Santosh Medical college, Ghaziabad. She has a teaching experience of over 6 years. She has 3 publications to her name. In addition to that she has presented papers in National Conference.

Certificate of training:

  • 1. Biomedical waste management training in health care facility
  • 2. Healthcare delivery in covid times

CONFERENCES/CME/TRAININGS ATTENDED:

  • 1) December ‘2018- participated in international conference on cancer of larynx and hypopharynx, organized by department of ENT, UCMS and Department of ENT, University of Chicago at UCMS, Dilshad Garden, Delhi.
  • 2) July’2020- participated in Bio Medical Waste Management Training in health care facility organized by UCMS and Medical education & Learning point held on 31st July 2019.
  • 3) October’2020 – Participated and delivered Guest Lecture in National San-Con 2020 organized by Santosh Deemed to be University, Ghaziabad on 10th and 11th of October 2020.
  • 4) October’2020- Attended web seminar on The CBME Curriculum in a nutshell, organized by Thieme Publishers on 14th October 2020.
  • 5) October’2020- attended E-Anatomica: National Anatomy Webinar series, organized by department of Anatomy, KGMU, Lucknow on 24th, 31st October and 7th November 2020.
  • 6) April’2021-Attended Revised Basic Course workshop conducted by MAMC, New Delhi, Regional Centre in Medical Education Technology at GIMS, Greater Noida, UP from 8th -10th April 2021.
  • 7) April’2021- Attended CME on Recent Trends in Body Preservation including Covid-19 suspected deaths organized by AIIMS, Bathinda on 27th April 2021.
  • 8) August’2021- Advanced GCP Training and safety reporting organized by department of pharmacology, GIMS, Greater Noida in collaboration with medical affairs department of Wockhardt Ltd., Mumbai on 27th August 2021 at GIMS, Greater Noida.
  • 9) October’2021- International workshop of anatomy IWA-2021, organized by department of anatomy Teerthanker Mahaveer medical college and research Centre under aegis of ASI from 22nd to 23rd Oct, 2021

Thesis:

  • A histomorphometric study of cypermethrin on testis in adult albino rats

Paper Presented:

  • • 68th National Conference of Anatomical Society of India, Lucknow, India (2022)
  • A histomorphic study of cypermethrin on testis of adult albino rats

Publications:

  • 1. Sarkar S, Verma R, Singh S. Faculty and Students' Perceptions on Experiential Learning Based Anatomy Dissection Hall Sessions for Medical Undergraduates. Adv Med Educ Pract. 2022; 13:543-554. Published 2022 May 26. doi:10.2147/AMEP.S359140
  • 2. Sonu,Kalra S.An undocumented rare branching pattern of external carotid artery. IJAR,2020;8(4.1):7767-70.ISSN 2321-4287
  • 3. Singh D, Gandhi V, Sonu.Morphometric analysis of the orbit in dry skulls of north Indian population: A direct measurement study. Saudi J Pathol Microbiol, 2020. ISSN 2518-3362
  • 4. Sonu, KalraS. Rare variations of extensor tendons in the dorsum of hand. Int J Anat Res 2019;7(3.2):6865- 6867. DOI: 10.16965/ijar.2019.245

Dr. Pulimi Vineel

Assistant Professor

MBBS, MD ANATOMY


Dr Pulimi Vineel did his MBBS from UCMS, Bhairahawa, Nepal and MD Anatomy from SRMC & RI, Porur, Chennai. He worked as Senior Resident/Tutor at ACSRGMC, Nellore then at GIMS, Greater Noida. He has worked as Assistant Professor at SMSR, Greater Noida and GMC, Haldwani. Joined GIMS, Greater Noida as Assistant Professor, Anatomy in 2022.

BOOK CONTRIBUTED:

Edited Book on Multiple Choice Questions Head & Neck (ISBN: 978-93-92207-22-8)

Paper & Posters Presented in Conferences:

    1.Chengalpattu Government medical college, Anatomy conference (OCT, 2014) – “Variation in the Course of Median Nerve in Cubital Fossa.”(Paper Presentation).

    2. SOCA (Society Of Clinical Anatomists), National Conference (MAY, 2015) - “Variation of Median nerve.”(Poster Presentation).

CME & Workshops Participated in:

  • 1. CME (March 2015), Sri Ramachandra University – “Integrated Medical Museum – A New Pathway”.
  • 2. CME (April 2015), Sri Ramachandra University – “Recent Trends in Diabetes.”
  • 3. CME (April 2016), SRM University – “Anatomy E- Learning” (Computer Aided.
  • 4. Learning – ‘Hype or a Practical Reality’. CME (March 2016), IGMC&RI, Puducherry – “Exploring an Enigma ‘The Limbic System’”.
  • 5. Sri Ramachandra University (August 2015) – Ramachandra Postgraduate Teaching Skills Workshop.
  • 6. Sri Ramachandra University (March 2016) – Facilitated in CriativO 2016 Preclinical Integrated Poster Presentation.
  • 7. CME (July 2017) Sri Ramachandra University — “Cross sectional anatomy and correlated clinical imaging :Vertical integration to adapt medical students for clinical applications “.
  • 8. CME (April 2018) IMA, Nellore branch.
  • 9. National Workshop on Plastination (June 2018), Christian medical college, Vellore.
  • 10. Workshop on “Preservation Techniques of Human Body”, MAMC, New Delhi (20 – 21 December, 2019)

CME cum Awareness Programme Organized:

    • “Body & Organ Donation – Live Beyond Life” Department of Anatomy, GIMS, Greater Noida (18th September 2019)

Training Certificates: :

    • IAP Basic Life Support Course (Provider Level), GIMS, Greater Noida (19th May 2019)

Publications:

    • Pulimi Vineel, Ramesh Kumar Subramanian, S.Senthil Kumar Unilateral Isolated Bifid Ureter - A case Report. Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.5, Issue: 10 October 2015.

Awards::

    • “Dr. S. Kameswaran Gold Medal” for the best outgoing student in M.D. (Anatomy) – 2017, Sri Ramachandra University, Porur, Chennai

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