Department of Biochemistry

Faculty Members of Biochemistry

S No
Faculty
Rank, Name, Appointment
DOJ
Teacher ship PG & UG
1
Dr. Manisha Singh
Associate Professor & Head
MD,MBA in HHSM(Hospital and Health Systems Management)
29.11.2017
Yes
2
Dr. Mamta Padhy
Assistant Professor
MD, MBA (in Hospital Administration)
18.11.2017
Yes

RESIDENTS/ TUTORS IN DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

S.No
Tutors
Qualification
Joining Date
1
Dr.Ashutosh Mishra
MBBS
23.05.2022
2
Dr.Trapti Singh
MBBS
26.05.2022
3
Mr. Ravoori Saideswar Rao
MSc in Medical Biochemistry (Pursuing Ph.D)
04.07.2018
4
Miss Surabhi Puri
MSc in Medical Biochemistry (Pursuing Ph.D)
9/10/2019
5
Dr. T. Krishna Latha
Ph.D in Medical Biochemistry
7.11.2019

Non-Teaching Staff of Department of Biochemistry:

Name
Designation
Mr. Kuldeep, Mr.Vineet
Technician
Mr. Rahul Kumar
DEO & Store Keeper
Mr. Love, Mr Manish Sharma
Lab Attendant
Mr.Sanjay, Mr. Narrendra
Sweeper

Non Teaching Staff Details For Central Lab:

Name
Designation
Mr. Sushil
Technician
Mr. Fazal
Technician

Departmental Information:

S.No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Biochemistry
2
Date of Establishment
2017
3
Name of the HOD
Dr. Manisha Singh
4
Facility available in Dept.
  • 1. Glucose
  • 2. GTT
  • 3. HbA1c
  • 4. LFT
  • 5. KFT
  • 6. Lipid Profile
  • 7. Electrolytes
  • 8. Amylase& Lipase
  • 9. Iron profile
  • 10. Magnesium
  • 11. Cortisol
  • 12. IL-6
  • 13. BNP
  • 14. Ferritin
  • 15. LDH
  • 16. CRP
  • 17. PCT
  • 18. CK-MB
  • 19. TROP-I
  • 20. Vit. D

Tumour markers

  • 1. CEA
  • 2. CA 125
  • 3. PSA
  • 4. Β HCG
  • 5. Alfa Feto Protein

Hormone analysis

  • 1. Prolactin
  • 2. LH
  • 3. FSH
  • 4. Testosterone
  • 5. Oestrogen
  • 6. Progesterone
  • 7. DHEAS
  • 7. Total T3, T4, TSH

Urinary parameters

  • 1. Micro Albumin
  • 2. 24 hrs Urinary Protein
5
Facility wise daily work load
  • 1. Teaching of MBBS students including lectures, practical, small group teaching.
  • 2. Running of central biochemistry lab and emergency lab 24/7 with highly trained technicians in hospital.
  • 3. Department faculty members are actively involved in COVID care providing tests like PCT, CRP, IL6, LDH, Ferritin etc. We have handled more than thousand COVID samples in a month.
6
Training activities & courses run
  • 1. Letter of permission from Medical Council of India vide letter No.
  • 2. MCI-34(41) (E-60)/2019 .Med/ 115574 dated 20th May 2019 for starting MBBS course for 100 students.
  • 3. First batch of 100 students have been admitted and classes has been commenced since 01 Aug 2019.
  • 4. BSc Nurshing Course Teaching
  • 4. DMLT Teaching
7
Teaching Aids available
LCD Projector
PC available
8
Services
Central Biochemistry Laboratory

Equipment In Department & Central Biochemistry Labiratory

Equipments or Items
Qty.Avilable
Centrifuge
03
Dessicator
01
Flame Photometer
01
Analytical Balance
04
Water bath
04
Water bath
04
High speed Homogenizer
01
Microscope
05
PH meter
05
Hot Plate
01
UV Lamp
01
Incubator Electric Thermostatic
01
Digital Colorimeter
05
Vortex Mixture
02
Electrophoretic apparatus
02
Hot air oven
02
Microwave
01
Fume Hood
01
Densitometer With computer (Gel Doc.System )
01
Glucometer with strip
04
RT PCR With Accessories
01
PCR SYSTEM –Thermo cycler with accessories
01
Deep Refrigerators -20 ͦ C
01
Orbital shaker
01
Table Top cold Mini centrifuge
01
ELISA READER
01
ELISA WASHER
01
Dry Bath Incubator
01
Refrigerators 2- 8 ͦ C
04
Glass ware
Available
Auto pipette
Available
Semi Autoanalyzer
03
Thermometers 0-250 C
01
Thermometers 0-110 C
01
Bottle dispensers
01
Bottle dispensers
01
Spirit Lamps
50
All Glass Distillation apparatus
01
Bottle dispensers
01
Immunoassay analyser (ARCHITECT)
01
Chemistry analyser (SELECTRA Pro XL)
01
Chemistry analyser(SELECTRA Pro M)
01
HBA1C Analyser (D-10)
01
-20 Horizontal Refrigerator
01
Vertical Autoclave
01
Refrigerators
02
Clinical Centrifuge
02
Incubator
02
Inolyte
02
Cell frost Refrigerator
01
Chemistry analyser(SELECTRA Pro S)
01
Semi Auto Analyser
01
Clinical Remi Centrifuge
01
ABG Analyser
01
Cardiac marker Analyser
01

Mission Statement

The Department of Biochemistry is located on the first floor of Academic Block in the Gautam Budha University campus. The department strives to inculcate the culture of state of art diagnostic laboratory. Our department is well equipped for carrying on undergraduate MBBS course. The diagnostic lab, located in the hospital building is equipped with various autoanlyser providing a plethora of tests available 24 hrs , required in patient care.


Mission:


Research Projects by the Department Biochemistry:


CME/Workshops organized by the department




Departmental Achievements:

VISION PLAN OF DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

Present status
First 1 year
First 5 years
Next 10 years
*MBBS Teaching.
*To get permission for Post Graduate MD seats
*Upgrading Research
Centre of excellence in Diagnostic, Training & teaching.
*Diagnostic Laboratory.
*Training of all staff members according to NABL standards.
*Screening of Inborn Errors of Metabolism
*To facilitate research and get extramural projects sanctioned
*Electrophoresis & Immunofixation for multiple Myeloma.
Organising CMEs & Workshops
To start PhD

Road map for next 10 years:


Work Load Of Central Biochemistry Laboratory (Year 2021-2022)

FACULTY

Papers published/ read by faculty

Dr. Manisha Singh

Associate Professor & Head

Dr. Manisha Singh did her MBBS from A.N Magadh Medical College, Gaya and MD Biochemistry from Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai, and MBA HHSM(Hospital and Health Systems Management) from BITS Pilani.

Areas of interest include oxidative stress biomarkers and medical education.

ACADEMIC AWARDS/ ACHIEVEMENTS:


Organized Academic Sessions:

A CME cum Workshop was organized on Advanced Molecular Techniques in Medical Diagnostics on 22nd& 23rd April 2019. This event had been conceived with the idea of providing platform for amalgamation of modern technologies in diagnosis of different disorders. The CME cum Workshop offered a wonderful mix of high caliber plenary speakers, an engaging scientific program and interesting talks on “Advanced molecular techniques in medical diagnostics”.

NABL training program was conducted for 2 days on 11th and 12th December 2019.

Conducted guest lecture on “Cell Culture in Medical Research- current trends and future perspectives”, given by Prof B C Koner, HOD, Dept. of Biochemistry, MAMC, New Delhi.



PAPER PUBLICATIONS

Dr. Mamta Padhy

Assistant Professor

Dr. MamtaPadhy did her MBBS from Lady Harding Medical College, New Delhi and MD Biochemistry from Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, and MBA (Hospital Administration) from Subharti University.

ACADEMIC AWARDS/ ACHIEVEMENTS:


Organized Academic Sessions:

A CME cum Workshop was organized on Advanced Molecular Techniques in Medical Diagnostics on 22nd& 23rd April 2019. This event had been conceived with the idea of providing platform for amalgamation of modern technologies in diagnosis of different disorders. The CME cum Workshop offered a wonderful mix of high caliber plenary speakers, an engaging scientific program and interesting talks on “Advanced molecular techniques in medical diagnostics”.

NABL training program was conducted for 2 days on 11th and 12th December 2019.

Examinership: Examiner for BMLT and MSc at Jamia Hamdard University


Other Achievements:


PAPER PUBLICATIONS

Mr. Ravoori Saideswar Rao



PAPER PUBLICATIONS

  • 1.Ravoori Saideswar Rao, Manisha Singh, Ritu Sharma, Mamta Padhy, Preeti Sharma, Rakesh Gupta, Maternal circulatory levels of procalcitonin, uric acid, and lipid profile in Early-onset preeclampsia and Late-onset preeclampsia. International Journal of Health Sciences, 2022;6(S5), 1543-1550
  • 2. Mamta Padhy, Ajay kumar Garg, Hariom Solanki, Ravoori Saideswar Rao, Manisha Singh, Ajay kumar Garg, Vivek Gupta. Evaluating laboratory parameters for diagnostic accuracy in COVID-19 patients in a tertiary care Government Hospital in Greater Noida. UP, India. International Journal of Health and Clinical Research,2021;4(18):288-293.
  • 3. Mamta Padhy,Hariom Solanki, Ravoori Saideswar Rao, Manisha Singh, Ajay kumar Garg, Vivek Gupta. Evaluating laboratory parameters for diagnostic accuracy in COVID-19 patients in a tertiary care Government Hospital in Greater Noida. UP,India. International Journal of Health and Clinical Research,2021;4(18):288-293.
  • 4. Mohit Mehndiratta, Almeida Edelbert Anthonio, Ravoori Saideswar Rao, Rajarshi Kar,Seema Garg,Bindiya Gupta,Amita Suneja, Dinesg Puri. Pre – Analytical Storage Temperature Affects Telomer Length and m RNA Expression of hTERT:RUHS Journal of Health Sciences; 2020;5;4.
  • 5.Ravoori Saideswar Rao,Vanita Lal. Gamma glutamyl transferase activity in patients with cardiovascular diseases associated with diabetic mellitus. European Journal Of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research.2018;5(9):283-287.

Miss Surabhi Puri



PAPER PUBLICATIONS

  • 1.Parul Gupta Surabhi Puri Effect of Ajowan Seed Powder in Modulating Hyperglycemia Induced Oxidative Stress in Normal and NIDDM Patients- A Prospective Study Volume : 5 | Issue : 11 | November 2016 • ISSN No 2277 - 8179 | IF : 3.508 | IC Value : 69.48
  • 2. Puri S, Chaudhary I, Anand P, Singh UN. Correlation of vitamin D with different trimesters of pregnancy.

Dr.T Krishna Latha



PAPER PUBLICATIONS

  • 1. Thammineni KL, Thakur GK, Kaur N, Banerjee BD. Significance of MMP-9 and VEGF-C expression in North Indian women with breast cancer diagnosis. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry. 2019 Jul 15;457(1-2):93-103.
  • 2. Latha TK, Verma A, Thakur GK, Banerjee B, Kaur N, Singh UR, Sharma S. Down Regulation of KAI1/CD82 in Lymph Node Positive and Advanced T-Stage Group in Breast Cancer Patients. Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP. 2019;20(11):3321.
  • 3. Thakur GK, Sharma T, Latha TK, Banerjee BD, Shah HK, Guleria K. High Resolution Based Quantitative Determination of Methylation Status of CDH1 and VIM Gene in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer. Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP. 2019;20(10):2923.
  • 4.Banerjee BD, Kumar R, Thamineni KL, Shah H, Thakur GK, Sharma T. Effect of Environmental Exposure and Pharmacogenomics on Drug Metabolism. Current Drug Metabolism. 2019 Dec 1;20(14):1103-13.
  • 5.Kaur N, Swain SK, Banerjee BD, Sharma T, Krishnalata T. Organochlorine pesticide exposure as a risk factor for breast cancer in young Indian women: A case–control study. South Asian Journal of Cancer. 2019 Oct;8(4):212.
  • 6.Rai S, Garg PK, Bhatt S, Latha TK, Verma AK, Banerjee BD, Singh MP. The diagnostic role of microRNA 21 in patients with nonsmall cell lung cancer: An exploratory study. Lung India. 2020 Nov 1;37(6):501.
  • 7. Garg PK, Chishi N, Kumar R, Latha TK, Rai S, Banerjee BD, Gupta S. TISSUE LEVELS OF ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES IN BENIGN AND MALIGNANT BREAST DISEASE: A COMPARATIVE EXPLORATORY STUDY. J Environ Pathol Toxicol Oncol. 2021;40(1):43-50.
  • 8. Soundravally R, Krishna Latha T, Soundara Raghavan S, Ananthanarayanan PH, Srilatha K. Diagnostic significance of total creatine kinase and its isoform in tubal ectopic pregnancy. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research. 2013 Dec;39(12):1587-91.