Department of Physiology

Faculty and tutors in the Department of Physiology:

S No
Faculty
Rank, Name, Appointment
DOJ
Teacher ship PG & UG
1
Dr. Bharti Bhandari Rathore Associate Professor & Head MD (Physiology), MAMS, FAIMER 2020
30.11.2017
Yes
2
Dr Aprajita Panwar Assistant Professor MD (Physiology)
09.11.2017
Yes
3
Dr. Prerna Agarwal Assistant Professor MD (Physiology)
09.02.2021
Yes
4
Dr Anjum Datta MSc(Medical Physiology)
09.02.2021
Yes
5
Dr Khalid Yonus Lone MBBS
01.12.2020
Yes

Non-Teaching Staff of Department of Physiology

Designation
Name
Laboratory Technician
Mr. Alok
DEO com Store keeper
Mr. Vipin Kumar
Attendant
Ms. Kiran

Departmental Information:

S.No
Headings
Details
1
Name of the Department
Physiology
2
Name of the first HOD
Dr. Vivek Kumar Sharma Professor, MD (Physiology)
3
Names and qualification of present Head of Department
Dr. Bharti Bhandari Rathore, Associate Professor MD (Physiology), MAMS
4
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
5
Facility wise daily work load
Presently, involved in teaching training and research activities in the Medical college.
6
Training activities & courses run
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. First batch of 100 students have been admitted and classes has been commenced since 01 Aug 2019.
7
Teaching Aids available
(a) Multimedia with TV monitor -01 (b) LCD Projector - 02
8
Services
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.

Equipment In Department

Equipments or Items
Qty.Avilable
BP Apparatus (Digital)
02
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 C
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
50
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

The department of Human physiology, being the fundamental block of medical sciences, deals with effectively teaching basic physiological mechanisms of the human body, their implications in the pathogenesis of diseases and the physiological basis of their management to the undergraduate medical students.

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:

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Vision plan of department of Physiology:


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Achievements of faculty and tutors:

Dr. Bharti Bhandari Rathore:

Dr. Aprajita Panwar:

Dr. Prerna Agarwal :-

Dr. Anjum Datta

Details of Research publications and chapters published by Faculty & Tutors:

Dr. Bharti Bhandari Rathore:

Dr. Aprajita Panwar

Dr. Prerna Agarwal, Assistant Professor

Dr. Anjum Datta