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 which is located in the hospital building, is equipped with various autoanlyser providing a plethora of tests available 24 hrs. required in patient care..

Mission

Provide excellent teaching and learning environment for students

To provide a state of art biochemistry diagnostic lab to the people of Greater Noida.

To provide research ecosystem for UG and PG students

Year of Establishment - 2017


Name of the first HOD

Dr. Vanita lal (Professor)
MBBS (Honours), MD (Biochemistry), DNBE, MNAMS, FAIMER Fellow

Names & Qualification of all members

Dr. Manisha Singh
MD
Associate Professor & Head

Dr. Mamta Padhy
MD, DHM
Assistant Professor

MR.Ravoori Saideswar Rao
M Sc (MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY)
Tutor

Miss. Shurbhi Puri
MSc (Medical Biochemistry)

Mrs.T. Krishnaltha
MSc (Medical Biochemistry)

FACULTY


Cinque Terre

Dr. Manisha Singh

MD
Associate Professor & Head

Dr Manisha Singh is Associate professor & Head in department of Biochemistry

Details of Research publications and chapters published by Dr Manisha Singh

1. Manisha Singh, Eqbal Anwar, Vishnu Kumar. Assessment of biochemical parameters in the patients of coronary artery disease with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research(2017); Vol8, Issue 3
2. Asfia Khan, BrijeshRathore, Manisha Singh,Aparna Misra. Association of creatine kinase and its isoenzymes(CK-MB, CK-BB) activity with high risk pregnancy. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences. 2017, Apr;5(4):1464-1470
3. Aparna Misra, Manisha Singh, Anchal Trivedi, Brijesh Singh Rathore, Anil K. Balapure. In-vitro effect of Picroliv on Plasmodium Berghei Induced Alterations in the Activity of Adenosine Triphosphatase, Aryl Hyrocarbon Hydroxylase Enzymes and MDA in Liver Explant Culture. Indian Journal of Pathology Research and Practice, Volume 5 Number 2, May-August 2016.
4. Manisha Singh, IpsitaChoudhary, VasanthiPallinti, R Jothimalar, Visnhu Kumar and Aparna Misra. Association between PRO12ALA polymorphism at the PPAR?2 gene and insulin sensitivity in South Indian population with type-2 diabetes mellitus. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research; June 2016: Vol-5, Issue-3, P. 722-741
5. BrijeshRathore, Manisha Singh, Vishnu Kumar, and Aparna Misra. Osteocalcin: An Emerging Biomarker for Bone Turnover. International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences (2016) 4 (9): 3670-3674.
6. Vishnu Kumar, RituKaroli, Manisha Singh, Aparna Misra and Farzana Mahdi. Evaluation of Oxidative Stress, Antioxidant Enzymes, Lipid and Lipoprotein Profile in Type-2 Diabetic Patients. International Journal of Bioassays: September 6, 2015; Accepted: September 25, 2015
7. Vishnu Kumar, Farzana Mahdi, Ranjana Singh, Abbas Ali Mahdi, Kalbe Jawad, Raj Kumar Singh and Manisha Singh (2015). Cassia Tora Seeds Extract Regulates Lipid Metabolism in Alloxan Induced Diabetic Rats. International Journal of Pharmacology Science and Research Vol. 6(8): 3484-3489.
8. RichaGupta, Manisha Singh, JibhateAnirudha, Mahdi Farzana.Novel Methodology for Implementation of OSCE as Examination Tool to Delimit Space and Time Constraints. Journal of Medical Education& Research, Vol 3, No.1,Jan June 2013

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Dr. Mamta Padhy

MD, DHM
Assistant Professor

Dr. Mamta Padhy is Assistant professor in department of Biochemistry

Details of Research publications and chapters published by Dr. Mamta Padhy

1. Serum Netrophil Gelatinase Associated Lipocalin(NGAL) and Cystatin C) as early predictors of Contrast-Induced Acute Kidney Injury in patients undergoing percutaneous coronary Clinica Chimica Acta 435 (2014) 48-52.
2. Correlation of oxidative stress biomarker and serum marker of brain injury in hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy International Journal of Medical & Applied Sciences,Volume 3,Issue 1,2014
3. Procalcitonin and C-reactive protein in early diagnosis of neonatal sepsis Indian Joutnal of Medical Specialities.Print-0976-2884.Online-0976-2892

Details of national & international awards won by Dr. Mamta Padhy

1. Prize in Poster Presentation titled NGAL and Cystatin C (Serum Netrophil Gelatinase Associated Lipocalin and Cystatin C) as early predictors of Contrast-Induced Acute Kidney Injury in patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention. at 40th National Conference of Association of Clinical Biochemists of India(ACBICON 2013) held at New Delhi.
2. Certificate of Apperication for contrubution in Covid Lab

Mrs.Thammineni Krishna Latha

1.“Significance of MMP-9 and VEGF-C expression in North Indian women with breast cancer diagnosis” [16 Apr 2019, 457(1-2):93-103] 10.1007/s11010-019-03515-w

2. “Down regulation of KAI1/CD82 in lymph node positive and advanced T stage group in Breast cancer patients” by “Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 20 (11 ), November 2019; 3321-3329.
3.High resolution based quantitative determination of methylation status of CDH1 and VIM Gene in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention Oct 2019 20 (10);2923-2928.
4.Organochlorine pesticide exposure as a risk factor for breast cancer in young Indian women: A case–control study’ “South Asian journal of cancer” Oct 2019; 8(4);212-214.
5. The diagnostic role of microRNA 21 in patients with nonsmall cell lung cancer: An exploratory study Achievements / awards Qualified CSIR-UGC-JRF.

Miss Surabhi Puri

1. Correlation of vitamin D with different trimesters of pregnancy
2. Effect of ajowen in modulating hyperglycaemia induced oxidative stress in normal and NIDM.
Achievements / awards

1. Awarded prize in national symposium for poster presentation.
2. Awarded prize for poster presentation
3. Pursuing PhD in medical biochemistry.

Mr. Ravoori Saideswar Rao

1.Ravoori Saideswar Rao and 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
Achievements / awards
Pursuing PhD in medical biochemistry

Faculty Development and achievement

Dr Manisha Singh
1. Pursuing Advanced Course in Medical Education from CMC Ludhiana
2. Organising Secretary of CME-cum-Workshop on “Advanced Molecular Techniques in Medical Diagnostics” held at GIMS
3. Resource person in the Revised Basic Course (RBC) on Medical Education and ATCOM held at GIMS
4. Certificate course of CISP I & II in Medical Education
5. Basic course in Biomedical Research by ICMR
6. Certificate course in International Conference on Harmonisation - Good Clinical Practice(ICH-GCP).
7. Certificate in Quality Management System and Internal Audit in Medical Labs as per ISO 15189:2012
8. Certificate course on Principles of Bioethics and Human rights

Dr. Mamta Padhy
1. Completed Diploma in Hospital Administration from National Institute of Health and Family welfare
2. Pursuing MHA from Academy of Hospital Administration
3. Joint Organising Secretary of CME-cum-Workshop on “Advanced Molecular Techniques in Medical Diagnostics at GIMS
4. Certificate course in Basic Revised Workshop
5. Certificate course in Biomedical Research by ICMR
6. Training in Molecular techniques in RTPCR in IGIB

Facility available in Dept

Demonstration room with audio visual aids.
UG laboratory with anteroom
Departmental library
Research lab
Diagnostic Biochemistry lab for patient care.

Facility wise daily work load

Teaching of MBBS students including lectures, practical, small group teaching. .
Running of central biochemistry lab and emergency lab 24/7 with highly trained technicians in hospital.
Department faculty members are actively involved in COVID care providing tests like PCT, CRP, IL6, LDH, Ferritin etc. We are handling more than thousand covid samples in a month.

Equipments available

Equipments furnished in Central Biochemistry Laboratory:
1. Immunoassay analyser (ARCHITECT) - 1No.
2. Chemistry analyser (SELECTRA Pro M) - 1No.
3. HBA1C Analyser (D-10) - 1No.
4. -20 Horizontal Refrigerator -1No.
5. Vertical Autoclave-1No.
6. Cell frost Refrigerator-2No.
7. Clinical Remi Centrifuge -1No.
8. Incubator -1No.
9. Inolyte-1No.
Equipments furnished in Emergency Laboratory:
1. Chemistry analyser(SELECTRA Pro S) - 1No.
2. Semi Auto Analyser- 1No.
3. Clinical Remi Centrifuge- 1No.
4. Inolyte - 1No.
5. ABG Analyser- 1No.
6. Cardiac marker Analyser- 1No.
7. IncubatorChemistry analyser (SELECTRA Pro M) - 1No.
8. Cell frost Refrigerator-1No.
Equipments furnished in Academic & Research labs
1. Centrifuge
2. Dessicator
3. Flame Photometer
4. Analytical Balance
5. Water bath
6. High speed Homogenizer
7. Microscope
8. PH meter
9. Magnetic Stirrer
10. Hot Plate
11. UV Lamp
12. Incubator Electric Thermostatic
13. Colorimeter
14. Vortex Mixture
15. Electrophoretic apparatus
16. Hot air oven
17. Spectrophotometer
18. Microwave
19. Fume Hood
20. Densitometer With computer (Gel Doc.System )
21. Glucometer with strip
22. RT PCR With Accessories
23. PCR SYSTEM - Thermo cycler with accessories
24. Deep Refrigerators -20 ? C
25. Orbital shaker
26. Table Top cold Mini centrifuge
27. Mini centrifuge 2 ml
28. ELISA READER
29. ELISA WASHER
30. Dry Bath Incubator
31. Refrigerators 2- 8 ? C
32. Glass ware
33. Auto pipette
34. Semi Autoanalyzer
35. Thermometers 0-250 C
36. Thermometers 0-110 C
37. Bottle dispensers
38. Spirit Lamps

CME/Workshops organized by the department

1. A CME cum Workshop was organised on Advanced Molecular Techniques in Medical Diagnostics on 22nd & 23rd April 2019. This event has 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 “Advanced molecular techniques in medical diagnostics”.
2. NABL training program was conducted for 2 days on 11th and 12th December 2019.
3. Improved the infrastructure by including new analyzers and providing a good panel of tests.

Training activities

1. Regular weekly departmental classes are being held for technical staff
2. Orientation & Sensitization classes on Bio Medical Waste management are taken monthly.
3. Quality control in laboratory seminar

Projects going on in the department

• Relationship between Telomere length, inflammatory markers, Endothelin- 1 and oxidative stress in preeclampsia
• To explore any association of vitamin D3 with laboratory parameter in COVID 19 patients
• Evaluation of laboratory parameter for diagnostic accuracy in RTPCR positive COVID 19 patients
• COVID 19 infection in pregnancy analysis of potential fetomaternal effects and risk of vertical transmission.
• Role of short term oral oestradiol in natural oestrogen deficient symptomatic COVID 19 patients- a RCT.
• To study the predictors of disease severity in COVID 19 infected patients in a tertiary care centre in Greater Noida.
• Effect of meditation and slow pranayama on autonomic function, pulmonary function and stress in health care workers due to COVID 19 pandemic : correlation with inflammatory and oxidative stress markers.

Infrastructure

The Biochemistry department is well furnished as per MCI guidelines

Teaching Aids available

LCD (2)
TV (2)
OVERHEAD PROJECTER (2)
Computer(1)

New Facilities / improvements made

Establishment of Molecular biology laboratory.

Road map for next 10 years

1. Develop the department as a Centre of excellence for undergraduate & postgraduate training.
2. To start MD and PhD courses.
3. Establishment of lab for inborn errors of metabolism.
4. Initiate faculty development programmes.
5. To promote research publications.

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