The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Physiology aims at providing the student comprehensive knowledge of the normal functions of the organ systems of the body to facilitate an understanding of the physiological basis of health and disease.
Dr. Sangeeta Jain
Asso. Prof.( In-charge HOD)
Dr. Balaji Ghugare
Dr. Komal Makwana
Dr. Aparna Mehta
Dr. Himanshu Chauhan
Dr. Ravindra Ninama
Publication (Last 3 years)
- Study of QTC interval in nondiabetic subjects with impaired fasting serum glucose and hyperinsulinemia. Komal Makwana, Mukesh Dinkar, Hemant Mehta. IJABMS july19: 21(B):1287
- Prevalence of different forms of neuropathies in type 2 diabetes patients attending a tertiary care hospital in central Gujarat: A hospital based cross-sectional study. Balaji Ghugare, Mukesh Dinkar Himanshu Chauhan. IJCAP 2018; 5(1):23-27
- Effect of age gender and body mass index on tibial and Peroneal motor nerve conduction study variables. Krushan Yajnik Balaji Ghugare Mukesh Dinkar. IJBAP 2017; 6(1):51-59.
- Opaque hemithorax: Clinical, histological and radiological assessment of 30 cases at a tertiary care hospital-a preliminary study. VN Vaidya, PA Vohra, BW Ghugare. West African Journal of Radiology 2017; 24(1):34.
- Nerve Conduction Studies In Lower Limb Weakness. S Jain, V Vaidya, M Dinkar, Balaji Ghugare, M Joshi. Natl J Integr Res Med. 2016; 7(4): 56-60.
- Influence of body mass index and head circumference on variables of auditory evoked potential. Balaji Ghugare, Sangeeta Jain, Mukesh Dinkar, Dinesh Parmar. The Egyptian journal of otolaryngology 2016; 32(1):53
- A study on relation of subclinical hypothyroidism during pregnancy with its outcome in Gujarat. Dr. Bharat Patel , Dr. Mukesh Dinkar , Dr. Sangeeta Jain IJABMS,2018:1088-1091.
Awards & Achievements – Department, Faculties
(i) Undergraduate research: Completed projects
- a) Effect of age gender and body mass index on tibial and peroneal motor nerve conduction study variables: DR Krushan Yajnik received STS ICMR studentship award, 2016-17.
(ii) Undergraduate research : Ongoing projects
- a) Assessment of visual pathway using VEP in Vitiligo patients: Mr. Aman Narula 2nd year student.
- b) Assessment of visual pathway using VEP in welding workers: Mr. Paras
(iii) Participation in National Physiology Quiz competition in 2016, 2017, and 2019
(iv) Paper presentations at various National and international conferences.