Department of Physiology

Faculty and tutors in the Department of Physiology:

S. No.
Faculty
Rank, Name, Appointment
DOJ
Teacher ship
1
Gp Capt(Dr) Dinesh Kumar Dubey
MD (Physiology)
Professor & Head
23.09.2021
Yes
2
Dr. Bharti Bhandari Rathore
MD (Physiology), MAMS, FAIMER 2020
Associate Professor
30.11.2017
Yes
3
Dr. Aprajita Panwar
Assistant Professor
MD(Physiology)
09.11.2017
Yes
4
Dr. Prerna Agarwal
MD (Physiology)
Assistant Professor
09.02.2021
Yes
5
Dr. Anjum Datta
MSc(Medical Physiology)
09.02.2021
Yes
6
Dr. Abhinav Singh
MD (Physiology)
18.08.2021
Yes

Non-Teaching Staff in the Department of Physiology

S. No.
Staff Designation
Name
1
Laboratory Technician
Mr. Alok Yadav
2
DEO com store keeper
Mr. Vipin Kumar
3
Attendant
Mr. Sanjay Singh

Departmental Information:

S.No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Physiology
2
Date of Establishment
2017
3
Name of the first Head of Department
Dr. Vivek Kumar Sharma Professor, MD (Physiology)
4
Names and qualification of present Head of Department
Gp Capt (Dr) Dinesh Kumar Dubey
Professor & Head, MD (Physiology)
5
Facility available in Dept.
In the process of establishing following laboratories:
1. Life-style modification lab 2. Autonomic function testing lab 3. Neurophysiology lab 4. Anthropometry lab 5. Pulmonary function Laboratory
6
Facility wise daily work load
Presently, involved in teaching training and research activities in the Medical college.
7
Skill Lab
1. Computer assisted learning:
CAL lab in the Academic block – for demonstrating ambhibian nerve-muscle and cardiac experiments.
2. Skill lab:
Located at 4th Floor with central Skill lab – for demonstration of Basic Life Support.
8
Training activities & courses run: MBBS
Letter of permission from Medical Council of India vide letter No. MCI-34(41) (E-60)/2019 .Med/ 115574 dated 20th May 2019 for starting MBBS course for 100 students. Two batches of 100 students have been admitted till date.
Academic activities include 525 hours of teaching in the form of Didactic lectures, tutorials, small group discussions, self-directed learning, Early clinical exposure, AETCOM sessions, seminars and practical demonstration sessions.
9
DNB Physiology
NA
10
Teaching Aids available
(a) Multimedia with TV monitor -01 (b) LCD Projector - 02
11
No. of PCs and laptop Computers in Dept.
Desktop - 02
12
Clinical: OPD and inpatient daily workload
NA
13
Total number of beds
NA

List of Equipment:

Equipments or Items
Qty.
BP Apparatus (Digital)
2
Sphygmomanometer (LED)
56
Calorimeter
01
Centrifuge machine
01
Dynamometer (Digital)
01
ECG Machine
01
Hemoglobinometer(Sahli- adam’s)
96
Incubator
01
Laryngoscope
01
Microscope Binocular
58
Needle Destroyer
05
Ophthalmoscope
01
pH Meter
01
Stethoscope
60+4
Weighing Machine (for adult)
02
Viva Fitness Machine (bicycle)
01
Harpendenskin foldCalliper
01
Knee hammer
12
Stadiometer
02
Sherrington Starling Kymograph
02
Vitalograph
20
Tuning Fork Set
11
Electric sterilizer
01
Mosso’sErgograph
10
Basal Metabolism apparatus
01
Distillation Apparatus Double Stage
01
Demonstration Eye Piece
03
Double Demonstration Eye Piece
03
Westergren Pipette ESR On Stand
10
Algometer
20
Stethographwith Marey Tambour
20
Electronic Stimulator
01
Bicycle Ergometer
01
Edridge Green Lantern
01
Maddox Rod
01
Newton Color Wheel
01
Olfactometer
01
Schematic Eye
01
Phakoscope
01
Douglas Bag
2
Perimeter (Lister model)
05
SnellenChart
04
Jaeger’s Chart
04
Torch
04
Ishihara Book
02
Measuring Tape
10
Compass Aesthesiometer
02
Stop Watch
04
Perimeter (Priestley Smith Model)
15
Polygraph
01
Haldane’s Gas Analyzer
01
One channel Physiograph – bid opened
03
Three channel Physiograph – bod opened
02

Mission statement:

Details of research projects by the department of Physiology:

  • 1.Self-directed Learning: Assessment of Students’ abilities and their perspective.
  • 2. Introduction of Self-Directed Learning in phase-1 undergraduate medical students.
  • 3. Knowledge and awareness of Ethics among 1st year undergraduate medical students.
  • 4. Online teaching and learning during COVID-19 epoch: Medical students’ feedback and their perspectives.
  • 5. Implementation and evaluation of online Self-directed learning module among 1st year medical students.
  • 6. Prevalence of self-reported anxiety and self-medication among upper and middle socioeconomic strata amidst COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 7. Assessment of the psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic on undergraduate medical students in India.
  • 8. Survey of Adverse Drug Reactions on persons on HCQ prophylaxis and COVID-19 patients on HCQ treatment.
  • 9. Pattern of adverse drug reactions in COVID-19 patients admitted in COVID Intensive Care Unit of a COVID-19 hospital.
  • 10. Health care professionals' knowledge, attitudes and practices on corona virus disease in western Uttar Pradesh
  • 11. Effect of alpha and theta Audio-Visual Brainwave Entrainment on Mood, cognition, heart rate variability and psychological profile of healthy adult volunteers.
  • 12. Medical teacher's attitude towards Competency-Based Undergraduate Curriculum
  • 13. Medical students’ perceptions about reflective writing in logbook: A qualitative study.
  • 14. Assessment of attention span, perceived stress, heart rate variability & sleep quality in the shift workers of a tertiary care hospital.
  • 15. Readiness of phase 1 medical students for self-directed learning: Role of sensitization.

Conferences/Workshops/ CME Organized by the Department:


Departmental achievements:

Work-load:

Taking phase 1 MBBS classes as per CBME:
S. No.
Academic Sessions
No. of Hours / Sessions
(As Per MCI)
1
Lectures (Hours)
160
2
Small group teaching (SGT) / Tutorials / Integrated learning / Practical labs (Hours)
310
3
Self Directed learning (SDL) (Hours)
25
4
Early Clinical Exposure
30
5
AETCOM
15
6
Formative assessments and term examinations
30
Vision plan of department of Physiology:
Present Status
First 1 Year
First 5 Years
Next 10 Years
U.G. teaching MBBS

PG Teaching
Implementation of CBME curriculum in organized manner. Development and validation of SDL module.
Further improvisation of implemented curriculum with modules for ECE, AETCOM.

Permission for Post graduation in Physiology.
Department of Physiology envisions itself as a center of excellence in the provision of integrated teaching, research and clinical services to MBBS & DNB students.
Research
To carry out multiple collaborative non-funded research projects.
To conduct National conference and Workshops related to Physiology techniques.
To carry out multiple collaborative funded/non-funded research projects.
To conduct National conference and Workshops related to Physiology techniques.
To contribute significant new knowledge to the society through need-based quality research works.
Faculty Development
To publish at least two papers per Faculty and Tutors per year.
Completion of Revised Basic Course workshop and Basic Course in Biomedical research by all faculty.
Short term training and certification courses by faculty members.

Road map for next 10 years:

Achievements of faculty and tutors:

Gp Capt (Dr) Dinesh Kumar Dubey:
Posting profile in Armed forces:
Association with Professional bodies:
Professional Awards:
UG and PG Examiner/Paper setter/Moderator:
Association with Educational Bodies:
CMEs/ Workshops/ Conferences attended as Chairperson/ Resource person:
Annual Conf of PSI & Biennial Conf of SAAP:
at St Johns Med College Bangalre, 2010.
CME:
WORK SHOPS:
Scientific Organisational Experience:

Dr. Bharti Bhandari Rathore:

Dr. Aprajita Panwar:
  • 1. Managing editor of Int Journal of Integrated Medicine, a multidisciplinary Journal released on 18th Nov 2019 at EBNITCON International Conference, GIMS, Gr Noida.
  • 2. Awarded First prize in poster presentation “Lung function tests in petrol pump workers of Amritsar city in APPICON held at Wardha. Edited and prepared draft of Second edition of
  • 3. Log book for MBBS students according to competency based new curriculum as per MCI.”Authored “Log book for MBBS students according to competency based new curriculum as per MCI” published by Jaypee Publishers.
  • 4. Co-author in Book “Health impacts of mobile phone’’ in LAP LAMBERT (Germany).
  • 5. Author in Book “Pulmonary Function tests among Petrol Pump Workers”
  • 6. Co-author in Genetic basis of oro-dental diseases in child.

  • Dr. Prerna Agarwal:
  • 1. Awarded: ‘Best Facilitator First MBBS (2019-20')’ in recognition of outstanding contribution towards online teaching and learning academic activities held at DMIMS (DU) during the COVID-19 crisis by Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University) on 18.09.2020.
  • 2. Guiding an ICMR STS project: Correlation of body fat distribution with iron profile and haemoglobin level in young overweight females
  • 3. Copyrightsfrom Copyrights Office, GOI: Literary/ Dramatic Work –
    1. a. Illustration/ Diagram on – “Traditional Learning and E-learning in Medical Education”. 2020. Copyright Number – L-96008/2020
    2. b. A Module of AETCOM - AETCOM Implementation Document For 1st Year MBBS on "The Doctor Patient Relationship"- The DMIMS Module. 2020. Copyright Number – L-95157/2020
    3. c. Illustration/ Diagram on - "Role of Reflection in Teaching Medical Professionalism". 2020. Copyright Number - L-95436/2020
    4. d. Illustration/ Diagram Along with Explanation - "Determination of Blood Pressure – Korotkoff Sounds and Auscultatory Gap: Importance of Palpating the Pulse". 2020. Copyright Number - L-93431/2020
  • 4. Co-Authored a Book: Early clinical Exposure Module- Physiology. ISBN-978-93-88672-52-8. Sara Publications. 2020
  • 5. Life member of The Association of Physiologists and Pharmacologists of India (Ref. No. 2908)
  • 6. Individual Member of Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) (Membership ID: 33781) - 2019-20

  • Dr. Anjum Datta:
  • 1. Selected as a Mentor for Travel Awardees at 2019 Congress of Schizophrenia International Research Society (SIRS 2019) held in April 2019, at Orlando, USA.
  • 2. Awarded 4th prize for poster presentation on “Stress Marker in Schizophrenia at Rest: A Heart Rate Variability Study”at 2nd National Biomedical Research Competition on 17th November 2019, at Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh, India.

  • Details of Research publications and chapters published by Faculty & Tutors:
    Gp Capt (Dr) Dinesh Kumar Dubey:
    1. 1. Cardiovascular response to Orthostatic Stress at MGIMS, Sewagram, APPICON 1999 and published in IJPP vol 43/1999.
    2. 2. AFMRC project 1883-91 “Hormonal responses to orthostatic stresses”
    3. 3. Autonomic responses in young Indian females during 70 degree HUTT and cold pressure tst (CPT): Published in J of ICMR 1999.
    4. 4. AFMRC Project 2213/98 “Design and Development of Micro-climatic cooling system by Liquid/Gel Cool Vest for Indian Air Force Pilots as countermeasure to heat” 2000.
    5. 5. Changes in Endocrine Activity during graded LBNP induced Orthostasis: IAM, IAF Bangalore, ISAM 2000 and published in IJASM Vol 56, 2000.
    6. 6. Evaluation of micro-climatic cooling system by Gel Cooled Vest (GCV) in amelioration of heat Stress in Aviation” ISAM 1998, IJASM Vol 53, 1998.
    7. 7. Effect of combined Hypoxia, Noise and Vibration stress on human performance and Neuro-endocrine system: ISAM 2000 and published in IJASM Vol 56, 2000.
    8. 8. Salivary amylase changes in response to flying stress: ISAM 2000 and published in IJASM, Vol 56, 2000.
    9. 9.Physiology of Body Weight Regulation: AFMC, 47th APPICON 2001 and published in IJPP, Vol 45, 2001.
    10. 10. AFMRC project No 2211-96: Role of desensitization exercises in flying induced Nystagmus and Vertigo.
    11. 11. Association of Body fat percentage with serum lipid levels in obese and non-obese subjects : KGMC Lucknow, 48th APPICON 2002 and published in Vol 46, 2002.
    12. 12. “Impedance Plethysmography in HUTT”, ICMR UG Project, As Guide, AFMC 2002.
    13. 13. Physiological Mechanisms of Aging: APPICON 2004.
    14. 14. “Reduction of Decompression Time” A Physiological Approach” at 27th Annual National Conference on Marine and Allied Medicine, INHS, Aswini Mumbai, 2004 and published in ID J of Marine Med, Vol 24, 2004.
    15. 15. Physiology of Obesity (Symposium) “Role of GIT in regulation of body weight”: SMIMER, Surat, APPCON 2006 and published in IJPP Vol 52, 2006.
    16. 16. Molecular Interpretation of Biology of Aging “Can we reverse Aging?”: at SMIMER, Surat, APPICON 2006, published in IJPP Vol 52, 2006.
    17. 17. “Physiology of Obesity” CME on Obesity, AFMC, 2006.
    18. 18. “Physiologist at cross-roads”: Andhra medical College, Visakhapatnam, APPICON 2007, published in IJPP Vol 51, 2007.
    19. 19. “GI disorder and assessment”: Andhra medical College, Visakhapatnam, APPICON 2007.
    20. 20. Median nerve Conduction Velocity in obese healthy males: As Guide MD Physiology (Pune University), Awarded R Srinivasan Prize during APPICON 2006 and published in IJPP Vol 52, 2006.
    21. 21. High altitude and related factors on sudden exposure to Hypoxia” as part of ‘Challenges at High Altitude’ (Symposium), at Andhra Med College, Visakhapatnam, 53rd APPICON 2007 and published in IJPP Vol 51, 2007.
    22. 22. AFMRC project 1181/2006 “Evaluation of Autonomic status in Parkinson’s disorder”.
    23. 23. Assessment of Pathophysiology of Upper GI Disorders: at KMC Mangalore, APPICON 2008.
    24. 24. AFMRC project 1211/2007 “Effect of Yoga in GERD male and female patients”.
    25. 25. Problems of an aviator: Guest lecture at APPI at South Gujrat University.
    26. 26. AFMRC project on Correlation between Body fat %ge, lipid profile and aerobic capacity. Published in MJAFI 2009.
    27. 27. Pathophysiology of Upper GI Disorders: during AFMRC at AFMC 2009.
    28. 28. Effects of Space and countermeasures : APPICON 2011 and at Bangalore chapter APPI 2010.
    29. 29. “Main in Thermal Environment” at St Johns med College, B’lore, 22nd PSI & SAAP Conference 2010.
    30. 30. Assessment of orthostatic tolerance of Endurance and resistance trained individuals after exposure to micro-gravity simulation, AFMRC project No 4016, 2010.
    31. 31. Vestibular problems in space and countermeasures: Symposium at NIMHANS B’lore. APPICON 2013.
    32. 32. Evaluation of Aerospace stresses using Simulators and countermeasure: Workshop on “Current Physiological Techniques-From Basic to Applied Aspects” at IAM B’lore, APPICON 2013.
    33. 33. Gastric motility on intake of different types of food during simulated micro gravity. AFMRC project No 3868/2008, Published in J of ISAM 2013.
    34. 34. Evaluation of autonomic functions of males and females on CPT after exposure to heat stress. Defence project. Published in IJPP2016.
    35. 35. Space simulation and countermeasures: National seminar on “Post-genomic era and Physiology” at Bijapur 2014.
    36. 36. Subjective and objective convergence of the eyes at simulated altitude of 18000 ft preceded by short term exposure to heat stress. Published in IJPP vol 58, 2014.
    37. 37. Autonomic evaluation in Special Environment. Suppl IJPP 2018.

    Dr. Bharti Bhandari Rathore:
    1. 1. Prevalence of self-reported anxiety and self-medication among upper and middle socio-economic strata amidst COVID-19 pandemic. Accepted for publication in ‘Journal of Education & Health Promotion’ as a corresponding author.
    2. 2. Chandran DS, Muthukrishnan SP, Barman SM, Peltonen LM, Ghosh S, Sharma R, Bhattacharjee M, Bhandari B, Carroll RG, Sengupta J, Chan JYH, Ghosh D. IUPS Physiology Education Workshop series in India: organizational mechanics, outcomes, and lessons. Adv Physiol Educ. 2020;44:709-721.
    3. 3. Bhandari B. E-assessment. Physiology insight. Newsletter cum research bulletin of ASSOPI-UP chapter. Nov 2020: 23-25.
    4. 4. Jamil F, Bhandari B.Learning through Reflection: Exploring COVID-19 pandemic experiences of Phase 1 undergraduate medical students. International Physiology, 2020;8: 51-55.
    5. 5. Bhandari B. Reflecting on Time Management amidst Covid-19 Pandemic. Physiology insight. Newsletter cum research bulletin of ASSOPI-UP chapter. Sept 2020: 35-37.
    6. 6. Bhandari B, Chopra D, Singh K. Self-directed learning: assessment of students' abilities and their perspective. AdvPhysiol Educ. 2020; 44:383-386.
    7. 7. Chandran DS, Muthukrishnan SP, Barman SM, Bhandari B et al. Physiology without borders: report on physiology education workshops in India-IUPS Initiatives (20182019). AdvPhysiol Educ. 2020; 44:309-313.
    8. 8. Mehta B, Bhandari B, Singhal A, Mavai M, Dutt N, Raghav P. Screening asymptomatic school children for early asthma by determining airway narrowing through peak expiratory flow rate measurement. J Edu Health Promot 2020; 9:72.
    9. 9. Chopra D, Bhandari B. Sofosbuvir: really meets the unmet needs for Hepatitis C treatment? Infect Disord Drug Targets. 2020; 20:2-15
    10. 10. Dwivedi S, Chopra D, Bhandari B. Role of Terminaliaarjuna Wight and Arn. in the treatment of chronic coronary artery disease from pharmacovigilance point of view. AYU 2019; 40:104-8.
    11. 11. Bhandari B, Mavai M, Singh YR, Mehta B, Bhagat OL. Rhythmic Breath Holding and Its Effect on Arterial Blood Pressure and Its Correlation with Blood Gases. ActaMedicaIranica 2019; 57: 492-497.
    12. 12. Boparai JK, Chopra D, Pandey SK, Bhandari B. Generalized seizure following lignocaine administration: Case report and literature review. J Family Med Prim Care 2019; 8:3440-2.
    13. 13. Bhandari B, Mehta B. Singh S. Implementation and Evaluation of Priming as a Teaching-learning tool for enhancing Physiology Learning among Medical Undergraduates.Indian J PhysiolPharmacol 2019; 63: 37–41.
    14. 14. Mehta B, Vyas A, Bhandari B, Parakh M. Association Between Childhood Seizures and Speech and Language Impairment. Br J Med Health Res. 2019; 6: 1-8.
    15. 15. Aprajita, Bharti Bhandari, Vivek Kumar Sharma, Rahul Kumar Bagla, Mamta Mohan. Attitude, Ethics and Communication competencies training module in undergraduate medical students. International Journal of Integrated Medicine 2019;1:37-43.
    16. 16. Bhandari B, Mehta B. Singh S. Implementation and Evaluation of Priming as a Teaching-learning tool for enhancing Physiology Learning among Medical Undergraduates. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2019; 63: 37–41.
    17. 17. Bhandari B, Kumar A, Mehta B. Correlation Between Rate Pressure Product and Severity of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. International Physiology 2019; 7: 61-65.
    18. 18. Mavai M, Singh, YR, Gupta RC, Mathur SK, Bhandari B. Linear Analysis of Autonomic Activity and Its Correlation with Creatine Kinase-MB in Overt Thyroid Dysfunctions. Indian J Clin Biochem. 2018; 33: 222–228.
    19. 19. Lal V, Bhandari B, Gupta G, Singh K, Sharma P. Introducing of Team Based Learning as an Approach of Reviving Interest in Biochemistry amongst Undergraduate Medical Students-An Exploratory Study. Ann Natl Acad Med Sci (India) 2017; 53: 157-165.
    20. 20. Bhandari B, Mehta B, Mavai M, Singh YR, Singhal A. Jigsaw Method: An Innovative Way of Cooperative Learning in Physiology. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2017; 6: 315-321.
    21. 21. Singh S, Dwivedi P, Charan J, Bhandari B, Sidhu P. Increase in Glycosylated Haemoglobin (HbA1c) or Diabetes Risk and Use of Statin. J Diab Meta Syndro 2017; 1: 002.
    22. 22. Mehta B, Bhandari B, Sharma P, Kaur R. Short Answer Open-Ended versus MultipleChoice Questions: A Comparison of Objectivity. Ann Natl Acad Med Sci (India) 2016; 52: 173-182.
    23. 23. Bhandari B, Mehta B, Mavai M, Singh R Y. Chemotherapy Induced Peripheral Neuropathy; Mechanism and Treatment. International Physiology 2016; 4: 73-76.
    24. 24. Singh S, Sharma PK, Bhandari B, Kaur R. Knowledge, awareness and practice of ethics among doctors in tertiary care hospital. Indian J Pharmacol 2016; 48:S89-93.
    25. 25. Mehta B, Bhandari B. The Mirror Neuron System: Basic Concepts. International Physiology 2016; 4: 77-80.
    26. 26. Mehta B, Bhandari B. Engaging medical undergraduates in question making: a novel way to reinforcing learning in physiology. AdvPhysiol Educ. 2016; 40:398-401.
    27. 27. Jain P, Tripathi BK, Gupta B, Bhandari B, Jalan D. Evaluation of Aspartate Aminotransferase-to Platelet Ratio Index as a Non-Invasive Marker for Liver Cirrhosis. J ClinDiagn Res. 2015, 9: OC22-OC24.
    28. 28. Bhandari B, Mehta B. Vorapaxar, a Protease-Activated Receptor-1 Antagonist, a Double –Edged Sword! Recent Pat Cardiovasc Drug Discov. 2015; 9:73-7.
    29. 29. Mehta B, Chawla VK, Parakh M, Parakh P, Bhandari B, Gurjar AS. EEG abnormalities in children with speech and language impairment. J Clin Diagn Res. 2015 July; 9:CC04-07.
    30. 30. Bhandari B, Kumar L, Datta A, Sircar S. Effect of Sub maximal Dynamic and Static Exercises on QTc interval in Healthy Young Men. J Clin Diagn Res 2015 Jun, 9: CC01-CC04.
    31. 31. Bhandari B, Sharma P, Sircar S. Sphygmomanometric Blood Pressure Drop on Consecutive Measurements: The Search for a Cause. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2015; 59: 189-193.
    32. 32. Mehta B, Chawla VK, Parakh M, Bhandari B, Gurjar AS. ABER Assessment in preschool children with developmental Speech and Language Impairment. J ClinDiagn Res. 2015 May; 9(5):CC01-3.
    33. 33. Bhandari B, Chopra D, Wardhan N. Antisense Oligonucleotide: Basic Concept and its Therapeutic Application. Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Science 2014, 2: 01- 13.
    34. 34. Bhandari B, Kohli S, Lal V. Protective Role of Ascorbic Acid in Hemorrhage-induced Cardiovascular Depression. Indian J PhysiolPharmacol 2014; 58:371-375.
    35. 35. Bhagat OL, Bhandari B, Mehta B, Sircar S. OSPE versus Conventional Practical Examination: A comparison of scores Med SciEduc 2014; 24:395-399.
    36. 36. Lal V, Raj A, Bhandari B. Chronic effects of aerobic and resistance exercise on Cardiometabolic profile in healthy non-obese subjects. Int J ClinExp Physiol 2014;1:200-4.
    37. 37. Bhandari B, Chopra D, Kohli S. Pharmacological effects of Tribulusterrestris: a review. International Journal of Contemporary Medicine 2013; 1: 75-79.
    38. 38. Bhandari B, Bedi M, Varshney VP. Assessment of bronchial responsiveness on exposure to isometric exercise during different phases of menstrual cycle: a pilot study. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences 2013; 67: 38-44.
    39. 39. Chopra D, Bhandari B, Wardhan N. Ciclesonide--a novel corticosteroid for the management of asthma. Curr Clin Pharmacol. 2012; 7:73-7.
    40. 40. Bhandari B, Subramanian L. Ranolazine, a partial fatty acid oxidation inhibitor, its potential benefit in angina and other cardiovascular disorders. Recent Pat Cardiovasc Drug Discov. 2007; 2:35-9.
    41. 41. Bhandari B, Subramanian L, Jain AK, Ahuja P. Parental Hypertension and Cardiovascular Reactivity in Young Adults. Vascular Disease Prevention 2006; 3: 223-228.
    42. 42. Jain AK, Subramanian L, Bhandari B. Thyroid Gland: Physiological aspects and related recent advances. Journal of Postgraduate Medical Education, Training & Research, 2006: 1; 12-17.
    43. 43. Varshney VP, Bedi M, Bhandari B, Bhatnagar J. Effect of Handgrip Exercise on QTc interval during different phases of menstrual cycle. Vascular Disease Prevention 2006; 3: 83-86.
    44. 44. Varshney VP, Bedi M, Bhandari B. Effect of Non-vegetarian diet on Cardiovascular Reactivity to mental stress in Young Adults. Vascular Disease Prevention, 2005; 2: 293-298.
    45. 45. Bhandari B, Reddy MPK, Fahim M. Role of Ascorbic Acid in Cardiovascular Performance during Acute Hemorrhage. Vascular Disease Prevention 2004, Volume 1(1): 69-78.

    Dr. Aprajita Panwar
    1. 1. Manuscript entitled ‘Competency Based Medical Curriculum: Exploring the pre-clinical medical teachers’ pedagogical & technical readiness levels’ got accepted for publication in 'The National Medical Journal of India' on 21st October 2020 ( Indexed in Medline & Science Citation Index. (Authors: Aprajita, Rakesh K Gupta, Mamta M)
    2. 2. Manuscript entitled “Health care professionals' knowledge, attitudes and practices on corona virus disease in western Uttar Pradesh" got accepted in the Journal of Education and Health promotion in July 2020, will be published in December 2020. Indexed in Pubmed Central. (Authors: Rashmi U, Aprajita, Saurabh S, Akash R, Rakesh K Gupta)
    3. 3. Manuscript entitled ‘A review of the importance of atypical otorhinolaryngological symptoms in the screening of COVID-19 patients’ got accepted in Indian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology and Head Neck Surgery on 8th August 2020 (authors: GurkiranK,Ankur M, Ekta M, Mamta M, Aprajita)
    4. 4. Kaur G, Mohan A, Mohan M, Aprajita. COVID 19: concerns and preparedness among healthcare workers. Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2020;6:1044-8.
    5. 5. Aprajita, Bharti Bhandari, Vivek Kumar Sharma, Rahul Kumar Bagla, Mamta Mohan. Attitude, Ethics and Communication competencies training module in undergraduate medical students. International Journal of Integrated Medicine 2019;1(1):3743.
    6. 6. Mamta Mohan, Aprajita, Vivek Kumar Sharma, Rahul Kumar Bagla. The up - coming era of Nanotechnology: Revolutionizing medicine. International Journal of Integrated Medicine 2019;1(1):55-60.
    7. 7. Aprajita, Mohan M : Curriculum Trends in Medical Education in Mauritius. Journal of Medical Education Winter 2017; 16(1):51-54.
    8. 8. Mamta Mohan,Khaliq Farah, Aprajita, VaneyNeelam. Assessment of auditory conduction in mobile phone users: A pilot study: Indian Journal of Medical Specialities 2016;7(4): 163166.
    9. 9. Jain, P., Aprajita, Jain, P., Jain, A. K., &Babbar, R. Influence of affective changes on Behavioural and cognitive performances after acute bout of Exhaustive Exercise Journal of Psychophysiology, 28(1), 1-10.
    10. 10. Does Chronic Exposure to Mobile Phone affect cognition? Mohan M, Khaliq F,PanwarAprajita,VaneyN.Funct Neurol.2016 Jan-Mar; 31(1): 47–51.
    11. 11. Mohan M, Aprajita, Panwar N. Effect of Wood Dust on Respiratory Health Status of Carpenters. J ClinDiagn Res.2013 Aug; 7(8): 1589–1591.
    12. 12. Aprajita, Panwar k Neeraj,Sharma R.S. Lung function test among petrol-pump workers of Amritsar city, Punjab. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2011; 5: 1046-1050.

    Dr. Prerna Agarwal, Assistant Professor
    1. 1. Agarwal P, Gupta V. COVID 19 pandemic: An opportunity to investigate medical professionalism. Canadian Medical Education Journal. (Aug. 2020). DOI: https://doi.org/10.36834/cmej.70202.
    2. 2. Agarwal P, Rawekar A. Laying the foundation of medical professionalism among pre-clinical students: importance of reflection [Version 2]. MedEdPublish. 2020; 8, [2], 33, https://doi.org/10.15694/mep.2019.000103.2.
    3. 3. Avinash Taksande, Swapnil Bhirange, Prerna Agarwal, Dalia Biswas. Nerve Conduction Study in Leprosy Patients - An Electrophysiological Evaluation of Motor Ulnar and Motor Median Nerves. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2020; 9(9), 1-2. DOI : 10.36106/ijsr.
    4. 4. Biswas D, Agarwal P, Debnath M. Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Lipid Profile in Type 2 Diabetic Patients: An Observational Study. International Journal of Physiology. 2020; 8 (4), 5-10. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijop.v8i4.
    5. 5. Dalia Biswas, Prerna Agarwal, Swapnil Bhirange, Mousumi Debnath, Avinash Taksande. Effect of Lifestyle Modifications in Patients with Essential Hypertension- A randomized controlled study. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2020; 9(9), 53-8.
    6. 6. Dalia Biswas, Swapnil Bhirange, Mousumi Debnath, Prerna Agarwal, Avinash Taksande. Comparative Study of Two Sets of Lifestyle Modification Measures in Management of Essential Hypertension- A Randomized Control Study. Online International Interdisciplinary Research Journal. 2020; 10 (July Spl issue), 14-37.
    7. 7. Gokhale M, Agarwal P, Patil AR. Correlation of body fat distribution with iron profile and haemoglobin level in young overweight females. Int J Phar Res.
    8. 8. Agarwal P, Rawekar A. Laying the foundation of medical professionalism among pre-clinical students: Impact of 'Reflection' with Early Clinical Exposure’. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. 2018; 62(5), 98.
    9. 9. Mahajan AS, Agarwal P. Current Perspective on Vitamin D Deficiency: A Mini Review. Journal of Physiological and Biomedical Sciences. 2017; 30(1):5-11.
    10. 10. Agarwal S, Kahlon N, Agarwal P, Dixit S. Relationship between Student’s Family Socio-economic Status, Gap Year/years after Schooling and Self-concept: A Cross-Sectional Study among Medical Students. International journal of Physiology. 2017; 5(1):22-26.
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    Dr. Anjum Datta
    1. 1. Sharma P, Bhagat OL, Datta A, Sircar S. Fitness scores of Indians assessed by the Harvard step test. Int J Clin Exp Physiol Oct-Dec 2014;1(4):258-61.
    2. 2. Soni S, Joshi LN, Datta A. Effect of controlled deep breathing on psychomotor and higher mental functions in normal individuals. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2015 Jan-Mar;59(1):41-7.
    3. 3. Bhandari B, Kumar L, Datta A, Sircar S. Effect of Sub Maximal Dynamic and Static Exercises on QTc interval in Healthy Young Men. J Clin Diagn Res 2015 Jun;9(6):CC01–CC04.
    4. 4. Acknowledged for assistance in putting up device for measuring static compliance of lung-thorax combine.Sircar S. A simple device for measuring static compliance of lung- thorax combine. Advances in Physiology Education Sep 2015;39(3):187-188.
    5. 5. Datta Anjum, Singh Kiran, Choudhary Sandeep, Misra Rajesh, Diminished Heart Rate Variability in Schizophrenia at Rest: A State Marker. Schizophrenia Bulletin, Volume 45, Issue Supplement_2, April 2019, Pages S281–S282.