Vision & Mission


Human physiology establishes the foundation for clinical medicine. It encompasses the functioning of living organisms from a single cell to the whole system level. The principles of physiology provide the fundamental insights into the pathogenesis and treatment of diseases, facilitating an in-depth understanding of the subject of medicine.

The Department of Physiology offers state-of-the-art facilities for training of medical undergraduates.

  • The academic focus is on competency based undergraduate curriculum for the Indian Medical Graduate as per MCI norms, with appropriate vertical and horizontal alignment and integration. To ensure the standard of education par excellence, our highly experienced faculty embraces newer student-centric teaching-learning methodologies like flip teaching, small group teaching, students’ seminars, quizzes along with traditional didactic lectures.
  • On the research front, undergraduates will be motivated to participate in ICMR-STS (Indian Council of Medical Research- Short Term Studentship) program; which is an established platform for the budding professionals to learn research from scratch.
  • Students will also be encouraged to participate in MOOC (Massive open online courses- SWAYAM) and yoga sessions.

  Vision
  • Complete understanding of human physiology for promotion of health through quality education & research
Mission
  • To develop global competencies amongst students.
  • To promote ethical and value based learning
  • To instill sensitivity amongst the youth towards the community and the environment
  • Leadership development in health sector

HOD Profile



Name:- Dr. Krishnakant Balasaheb Patil
   MBBS, MD

Education:

  • MBBS from Shivaji University Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India – 1996
  • MD (Physiology) from Shivaji University Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India - 2000


Career Path:

Organization

Designation

Duration

Symbiosis Medical College for Women & Symbiosis University Hospital and Research Centre, India

Professor & Head of The Department – Physiology

10th Aug 2019 – till date

Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College & Gen. Hospital, India

Professor & Head of The Department – Physiology

May 2010 – 9th Aug 2019

Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College & Gen. Hospital, India

Associate Professor

Mar 2008 – Apr 2010

Rural Medical College Loni, India

Associate Professor

Aug 2005 – Feb 2008

Rural Medical College Loni, India

Assistant Professor

Jul 2000 – Jul 2005

Krishna Institutes of Medical Sciences, India

Senior Resident / Resident

Jul 1997 – Jun 2000

Key Achievements:

  • Bagged Best Academician (UG Teacher) Award, Best Administrator for excellent performance from Smt.Kashibai Navale Medical College & General Hospital, Pune – 2015
  • Organizing chairman of ‘National Research Conference’ Mediace – 2013
  • Organized by Smt. Kashibai Navale Medical College & Gen. Hospital, Narhe, Pune – 2013
  • Joint Organizing Secretary for National Symposium on Medical Ethics organized by Pravara Institute of Medical Science Loni Dist. Ahamadnagar on – 2004
  • Worked as an Officer on special duty of PG admission process of Government of Maharashtra – 2011


Skill set:

Creative Learning Environment

Creative Questioning

Performance Assessments

Cooperative Learning

Multisensory Lessons

Faculty Development

Assessment Tools

Research & Administration

Multidisciplinary Lesson Plans

Student Motivation

Multicultural Units

Learning & Development


Workshop / Training programmes :

  • “M-IYCF” organized by Gov. of Maharashtra (DMER), UNICEF& MUHS, at Sahyadri Guest House, Member Hall, Mumbai - 2015
  • Research Methodology workshop organized by Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik at SKNMC & GH, Pune - 2014
  • “Leadership development in health Sector” organized by National Institute of Health & family welfare, New Delhi - 2012
  • “Participation of Medical Colleges in the state level initiative of combating malnutrition” organized by Government of Maharashtra, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik & UNICEP - 2011
  • “Basic Course in Medical Education Technology” organized by Medical Council of India (MCI) at the regional center at G.S. Medical College Mumbai - 2009
  • “Workshop on Medical Ethics & Integrated teaching” organized by AFC Pune - 2005
  • “An International workshop “Assessment & Instructional portfolios for faculty & students” organized by JNMC Belgaum & College of medicine, USA - 2004


Working as UG & PG Examiner in Physiology for:

  • Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nasik
  • Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka
  • Gujarat University, Gujarat
  • KLE University Belgaum, Karnataka
  • KIMS University Karad, Maharashtra
  • Sumandeep University Baroda, Gujarat


Summary:

  • Dedicated and student focused professional with over 23 years of experience in Teaching industry. 
  • Currently associated with Symbiosis Medical College for Women & Symbiosis University Hospital & Research Centre, India as a Professor & Head of The Department - Physiology 
  • Ability to utilize creative skills to design and implement well received lesson plans and program structure for students 
  • Perfect knowledge of all the modern teaching aids and capable of applying them effectively and also able to innovate make new necessary teaching aids on the spot 
  • A great problem solving attitude and ability to counsel students in overcoming their educational obstacles 
  • Demonstrated accomplishments in assessing trainees and present regular assessment reports 
  • Effective communicator with interpersonal skill

Infrastructure facilities


Haematology Laboratory




Ambhibian Laboratory




Clinical Physiology Laboratory




Mammalian Laboratory




Services


  • Imparting knowledge of Physiology to medical, nursing and paramedical courses.
  • Department has well equipped lecture hall, fully equipped Amphibian, Mammalian, Haematology, Human and Clinical Physiology laboratories to serve the teaching and research needs of both students and faculty.
  • Research in the department is multidisciplinary and has strong associations with other basic science and clinical departments. 
  • Research interest of faculty are broad based, with an emphasis on cardiovascular, neurophysiology, psychology, endocrinology, metabolism, respiratory physiology, sports physiology, medical education, yoga therapy and music therapy.
  • Departmental library has extensive collection of subject and reference books for the use of staff and students.
  • Training programs for medical and paramedical students through workshops, CMEs and Conferences.

Research Publications


1. Dr.Krishnakant B. Patil

Original Articles

1

2020

Badhe PY, Patil KB, Badhe YB. Physiological functions of Vagus nerve: Current and Future Applications. Gedrag and Organisatie.2020; 33(2): 1545-1551.

2

2020

Patil KB, Patil AN. Septal cholinergic neuromodulation of hoarding behaviour in male Wistar rats. Pravara Med Rev 2020; Accepted for publication.

3

2017

Mardikar P, Gavali M, Joshi R, Dr. Patil KB, Facilitation of Active Learning in Physiology through Interactive Students’ Seminar. Applied Physiology and Anatomy Digest. September 2017;2(2):5-10.

4

2017

Shenwai M, Patil KB, Assessment of Learning Style Preferences and Their Influence on Gender & Academic Performance among First Year Medical Undergraduate Students. (2017), NJIRM, Vol. 8 Issue. 1 P.N 109-115.

5

2016

Gawali M, Gavali Y, Singru S and Patil KB

Gender - Does it affect BT (Bleeding Time) or CT (Clotting Time):
A cross sectional study in medical students, Al Am een J Med Sci

(2016) Vol. 9 Issue. 4 P.N 236-240.

6

2014

Singh CP, Patil KB, Mr. Nehe S.G., Effect of Physical Fitness Schedule on Lipid Profile and Body Fat in females Feb (2014), Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol. 4, (2), P.N 12-14.

7

2014

Singh CP, Patil KB, Vaidya S.M., Mr. Nehe S.G., Effect of Physical Fitness Schedule on Lipid Profile and Body Fat in males.  2014), Indian Journal of Basic & Applied Medical Research, Vol. 3 Issue. 2 P.N 634-638.

8

2014

Singh CP, Patil KB, Bhangare S, Study of blood indices in the Phase I Professionals of Medicine admitted at Smt. Kashibai Navale College & General Hospital, Pune. (2014), Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences, Vol. 3 Issue. 25 P.N 6886-6890.

9

2014

Gavali MY, Gore H, Patil KB, Effectiveness of Teaching Evaluation Methods in Physiology-Students Feedback. Medical Journal of Western India, (2014) Vol. 2 Issue. 42 P.N 40-42

10

2013

Gavali MY, Patil KB, Frequency distribution of ABO & RH Blood group amongst Medical students in SKNMC & GH, Pune. (2013), Indian Journal of Applied Research Vol. 3 Issue. 12 P.N 458-460.

11

2013

Shenwai M, Patil KB, Introduction of structured oral examination as a novel assessment tool to first year medical students in Physiology. (2013), Journal of Clinical & Diagnostic Research Vol. 7 Issue. 11 P.N 2544-2547.

12

2013

Gavali MY, Gavali YV, Gadara JV, Patil KB, Influence of menstrual cycle on lung functions in young healthy medical students. (2013), International Journal of Healthcare & Biomedical Research Vol. 2 Issue. 1 P.N 30-34.

13

2013

Mardikar P, Shinde A, Patil KB, Question card Break as a Novel method for effective Learning of Physiology in Dental Students. (2013), Indian Journal of Applied Research Vol. 3 Issue. 9 P.N 20-22.

14


2011

Ghuge SH, R.G. Latti, Patil KB, Kendre A, Thorat KD, Evaluation of Cardiovascular Parasympathetic Activity in Different Trimesters of Pregnancy. (2011), International Journal of Biomedicade sciences Biomedicine Vol. 31 Issue. 2 P.N 205-210.


2. Dr. Suchitra Palve

Original Articles

2019

Palve SS, Palve SB Study of wrist ratio and wrist to palm index ratio in the subjects suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome; April-June 2019;22-2; 159-162.

2019

Palve SS, Palve SB Association and Correlation between Body Mass Index, Blood Pressure, and Visual Acuity in Students of Health Care Institutions; International journal of Medical Research and Health Sciences, 2019,8(1):48-88

2018

Palve SS, Nithiya DR; Immediate Effect of Savitri Pranayama on Anxiety and Stress Levels in Young Medical Undergraduates: Biomedicine: 2018;38:2;254-257

2018

Palve SS, Palve SB. Impact of aging on nerve conduction velocities and late responses in healthy individuals. J Neurosci Rural Pract 2018; 9:112-6.

2017

Palve SS, Palve SB Efficacy of delivering endocrine system in integrated modular curriculum for first year MBBS students; Journal of medical education and ethics; vol7, no.2, july2017;104-108 8

2016

Palve SS, Palve SB; Assessment of status of depression and anxiety among infertile women in Chennai. Biomedicine: 2016; 36(2):63-65

2015

Palve SB, Parkhad S; Knowledge and practice about RNTCP among nonallopathic practitioners in Rural Maharashtra, international journal of research and health sciences,2015; vol-3(2) 241-246.

2015

Parkhad SB, Palve SB, Chandrashekhar M.C, Shankari; Assessment and comparison of electrophysiological findings in thyroid dysfunction patients of Kanchipuram district; International journal of biological and medical research, 2015 vol- 6(3):5068-5071.

2015

Parkhad SB, Palve SB; Variation and association of body mass index with myocardial oxygen consumption; a gender based study in young population. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol, 2015 vol 5(4): 1-5.

2015

Palve SB, Parkhad SB, Phalke V, Phalke D: Strategy to Increase Awareness and Involvement of Private Medical Practitioners in RNTCP in Taluka Rahata of District Ahmednagar Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2015 Feb, Vol-9(2): LC10-LC14.

2015

Parkhad SB, Palve SB, Chandrashekar M. Effect of yoga on indices of cardiovascular system in Maharashtrian adolescent girls. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol, 2015; 5(2):129-133.

2014

Parkhad SB, Palve SB Pulmonary function tests and their reversibility in Saudi Arabian smokers; National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2014; 4(1):29-33.

2014

Parkhad SB, Palve SB, Early diagnosis of neuropathy in diabetic patients using nerve conduction studies; National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2014; 4(2):158-160.

2014

Parkhad SB, Palve SB; Usefulness of ratio of motor nerve conduction velocity to F-wave conduction velocity in diabetic neuropathy; Nat J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol. 2014; 4(3): 191-194

2014

Parkhad SB., Palve SB., Utility of nerve conduction study in early diagnosis of carpel tunnel syndrome (CTS). Manuscript number: NJPP-2013-05-017, National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology 2014;4(1),6 -11.

2014

Parkhad SB, Palve SB., Effect on peripheral nerve conduction after treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea. Biomedicine, 2014;34(1).

2014

Parkhad SB, Palve SB., Association of Physical Activity and Physical Fitness with Blood Pressure Profile in Maharashtrian Adolescent Boys and Girls. Manuscript number (IJMU/Mscript04/2013) Internet Journal of Medical Update. Issue of Vol. 9, No. 1(4-9) January 2014. (International Journal ISSN 1694-0423)

2013

Parkhad SB., Palve SB, Association of Adiposity with cardiovascular reactivity in Maharashtrian Indian Adolescents. Biomedicine: 2013; 33(3): 251-255. (International Journal) (ISSN: 0970 2067)

2013

Parkhad SB, Palve SB, et.al. “Effect of yoga on premenstrual and menstrual cycle disorders in adolescent girls. Biomedicine 2013; 33(2) April to June, 170-175. (International Journal (ISSN: 0970 2067)

3. Dr. Jayshree Kharche

Original Articles

 

2020

Phadke A, Kharche JS, Vaidya S. Assessment of Medical Students’ Perception of Educational Environment. International Journal of Physiology. January-March 2020; Vol.8, (1): 17-20.

 

2020

Gavali S, Tambe D, Joshi S, A Pranita, Kharche JS, Godbole G, Joshi A. Assessment for Hypertension Risk Score in Pune Urban Population. January-March 2020; Vol.8, (1): 103-106

 

2020

Iyer S, Kharche JS. Assessment of Computer Vision Syndrome in Software Professionals. International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences, 2020, 9(6): 38-42

 

2020

Rao AV, Badhe PY, Kharche JS. Association of Guillain Barre Syndrome with COVID-19: A Review. Gedrag & Organisatie Review. 2020; Vol33 (03):918-929.

 

2019

Phadke A, Kharche JS, Vaidya S, Naik P. Correlation of Body Mass Index & Physical Activity with Bone Mineral Density in Postmenopausal Women. International Journal of Basic and Applied Physiology. 2019; Vol 8(1): 78-81

 

2019

Sunkari S, Godbole G, Ashok P, Kharche JS, Joshi A. Association of hypothyroidism and type 2 diabetes in patients attending tertiary care hospital of Pune City. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol. 2019; 9(4): 328- 330

 

2019

Godbole G, Godbole S, Kharche JS, Ashok P, Joshi A. Assessment of Blood Pressure and Cognitive Dysfunction in Pune Urban Elderly Population. International Journal of Physiology, October-December 2019; Vol.7(4): 72-74.

 

2019

Pawar RA, Kharche JS, Ashok P, Godbole G, Joshi A. Awareness of Air Pollution and Related Health Risk in Traffic Police of Pune City-A Pilot Study. International Journal of Basic and Applied Physiology. 2019; Vol 8(1): 184-187.

 

2019

Tambe, Gavali S, Ashok P, Kharche JS, Godbole G, Joshi A. Assessment of Plasma Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid During Postmenopausal Period Deepak. International Journal of Basic and Applied Physiology. 2019; Vol 8(1): 58-60

 

2018

Iyer S, Kharche JS, Ashok P, Godbole G, Vaidya SM. Assessment and correlation of the World Health Organization 5 well-being index and blood pressure in software professionals. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2018; 8(7): 1022-1025.

 

2018

Joshi S, Ashok P, Kharche JS, Godbole GR. Study of relation between family history of diabetes mellitus and awareness of diabetes mellitus in Pune urban population. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2018; 8(7): 1418-1421

 

2017

Joshi S, Ashok P, Kharche JS, Godbole G, Borle P, Vaidya SM. Assessment of general awareness of type 2 Diabetes mellitus in Pune urban population. International journal of Scientific Research.2017. Volume 6 (5):14-15.

 

2017

Pawar S, Pawar PG., Kharche JS, Ashok P. Correlation of subjective and objective measurement of physical activity in young adult. International Journal of Advances in Medicine. 2017; Vol 4 (4): 1064-1066.

 

2017

Pawar S, Pawar PG., Kharche JS, Ashok P. Association of pedometer determined physical activity with various obesity parameters in young adults. International Journal of Scientific Research. June– 2017; Vol6 (6); 68-69.

 

2017

Ashok P, Balsubramanian B, Joshi S, Kharche JS, Vaidya SM. Associations of vitamin D with metabolic syndrome components in Indian urban middle-aged women. National Journal of Physiology Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2017;Vol 7(5):497-500

 

2017

Joshi S, Kharche JS, Ashok P, Godbole G, Borle P, Vaidya SM. Assessment of Indian Diabetes Risk Score in Pune urban population. Indian Journal of Applied Research. 2017. Volume 7(5):73-75.

 

2017

Ashok P, Kharche JS, Raju R, Godbole G. Metabolic equivalent task assessment for physical activity in medical students. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 2017; Vol 7 (3): 236-239.

 

2014

Ashok P, B. Balsubramaniyan, Kharche JS, Padwal M, RR Melinkeri, Joshi A R. Association of exercise &prediabetes status in Preobese& Obese middle-aged women. International journal of clinical cases and investigation. Jan 2014.Vol 5(Issue 4); 29-34.

 

2014

Kharche JS, Dr. B Balsubramanian, Dr. Ashok P Joshi AR. Study of platelet aggregability and prothrombin time in auto rickshaw drivers. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development.2014; Volume5 (3):126 - 130

 

2014

Kharche JS, Ashok P, Raju RG, B Balsubramanian. Gender difference in MET score and waist to hip ratio in young adults. International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research. 2014; 05 (07): 343-344.

 

2013

Kharche JS, Dr. Ashok P, Joshi AR. Measurement of Anxiety in Young Obese Students Using Zung Self Rating Anxiety Scale Inventory. Indian journal of research. March 2013. Vol 2 Issue 3;288-289.

 

2013

Ashok P, Kharche JS, Joshi A.R. Anxiety assessment and Waist to hip ratio in medical students. Scientific Journal of Medical Science.2013; Vol 2(4): 56-60.

 

2012

Dr. Phadke A, Kharche JS, Joshi A. ‘Analysis of Students’ Feedback about Teaching in Department of Physiology’. NJIRM 2012; Vol 3(1): 98-100. Page 4 of 5

 

2012

Gaule A, Dr. B. Balsubramanian, Kharche JS, Joshi AR. Platelet Aggregability and Fibrinolytic Activity in Different Phases of Menstrual Cycle. NJIRM. 2012; 3(4): 80-85

 

2012

M K Parekh, B Balasubramanian, Ashok P, Kharche JS, Joshi A R. Study of Body Composition in Osteoporotic and Non-Osteoporotic, Physically Active Postmenopausal Women. Journal of Research in Medical Education & Ethics.2012, Volume: 2, Issue: 1.79-83.

 

2012

Gavali SS, Singh R, Kharche JS, Ashok. P. Prevalence of restrictive lung disorders on auto rickshaw drivers. Indian Journal of Applied Basic Medical Sciences. 2012. Vol 14 B (19): 477-480.

 

2012

Mehrotra R, Phadke AV, Kharche JS, Dr. Ashok P, Joshi A R. Effect of yoga on anxiety score and resting heart rate in young healthy individuals. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine. ;2012; Vol. 3 (2): 142-145.

 

2012

Ashok P, Kharche JS, B Balsubramanian, Parekh M K, Joshi A R, Borole P S. Correlation of fasting blood glucose level with central obesity in pre and post-menopausal middle aged women. Rawal Medical Journal, 2012; 37(1):21-23.

 

2012

Kharche JS, Phadke AV, Joshi Dr.A.R.. Evaluation of examination stress in I MBBS medical AP students. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine.2012; 3(5): 27- 31.

 

2011

Ashok P, AV Phadke, Kharche JS, Tambe D B, B Balsubramanian, Joshi A R. Correlation of fasting blood glucose in premenopausal women in the age group 45-49 years. Journal of research in medical education and ethics. July,2011; Vol. 1 (2): 133- 136.

 

2011

Ashok P, Kharche JS, Joshi AR. Evaluation of risk for type 2 diabetes mellitus in medical students using Indian diabetes risk score. IJMS. Jan 2011. Vol.65 (1): 1-6.

 

2010

Tambe DB, Phadke AV, Kharche JS, Joshi AR. Correlation of blood pressure with Body Mass Index (BMI) and Waist to Hip Ratio (WHR) in middle aged men. Internet Journal of Medical Update 2010 July;5(2):26-30

4. Dr. Ashwini Patil

Original Articles

2020

Patil KB, Patil AN. Septal cholinergic neuromodulation of hoarding behaviour in male Wistar rats. Pravara Med Rev 2020; Accepted for publication.

2019

Patil AN, Chaudhury B S, Srivastava S. Eyeing computer vision syndrome: Awareness, knowledge, and its impact on sleep quality among medical students. Ind Psychiatry J 2019; 28:68-74.

2019

Pande BN, Patil AN. Gender differences in cardiovascular autonomic function status in normal healthy individuals: A cross-sectional study. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol 2019;9(7):595-599

2018

Patil AN, Pande B, Borade N. Learning to learn and teach: Student seminar as a teaching-learning method in undergraduate medical physiology through students’ perspective. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol 2018;8(10):1356-1361.

2017

Patil AN, Handergulle SM. Influence of menopause on cardiovascular responses to behavioral stressors: A comparative study. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol 2017;7(10):1014-1019.

5. Dr. Pallavi Badhe

Original Articles

2020

Rao AV, Badhe PY, Kharche JS. Association of Guillain Barre Syndrome with COVID-19: A Review. Gedrag and Organisatie.2020. 33(2): 918-929

2020

Badhe PY, Patil KB, Badhe YB. Physiological functions of Vagus nerve: Current and Future Applications. Gedrag and Organisatie.2020; 33(2): 1545-1551.

2019

Patil T, Badhe PY. Study of Cytomorphological Analysis of Palpable Breast Lumps by FNAC in A Tertiary Care Hospital. IJAR. 2019; 9(1): 274-275.

2018

Patil T, Badhe PY. Utility Of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology As A Screening Tool In Diagnosis Of Tuberculous Mastitis.GJRA.2018;7(12):68-69.

2017

Talele PL, Badhe YK. Assessment of Parasympathetic Autonomic Functions in Stage 1 Essential Hypertension by Deep Breathing Test. IJAR. 2017; 7(11): 1-2

2017

Talele PL, Badhe YK, Deshpande S, Kowale AN. Assessment of Parasympathetic Autonomic Function in Stage 1 Essential Hypertension By 30:15 Ratio Test.IJSDR.2017; 2(10):123-126.

2017

Talele PL, Deshpande SV, Badhe YK, Kowale AN, Aundhkar N. Comparison of Sympathetic Autonomic Functions in Overweight and Normal Weight Normotensive Persons. Medical Journal Western India.2017;45(2): 2-5

2017

Talele PL, Badhe YK, Deshpande SV. Comparative Study of Cardiovascular Response to Sustained Handgrip Exercise Test in Stage1 Essential Hypertensive and Normotensive Subjects. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci. 2017; 5(8A):2980-2984

2017

Talele PL, Badhe YK, Deshpande SV, Kowale AN. Study of Sympathetic Autonomic Functions in Stage 1 Essential Hypertensive Subjects.JMSCR.2017; 5(10): 29473-79.

2017

Talele PL, Badhe YK, Deshpande SV, Kowale AN. A Comparative Study of Cardiovascular Autonomic Functions in Stage 1 Hypertensive Subjects and Normotensive Subjects. IJRTI.2017; 2(12): 8-13.

6. Dr. Prashila Shende

Original Articles

2019

Gawali S M, Shende P P, The Influence of gender differences in ECG derived index QT dispersion and spirometric parameters in Indian COPD patients: comparative analytical study, indian journal of applied research, Feb-19, 2249-555X, Vol.9, Page. 36-39.

2016

Shende P P, Gawali S M, Correlation of QT and P wave dispersion to Ventilatory Functions in COPD patients, paripex- indian journal of research.May 16, 2250-1991, Vol.5 Page.30-33.

7. Mrs. Anita Rao

Original Articles

2020

Rao AV, Kharche JS, Badhe PY, Association of Guillain Barre Syndrome with COVID-19: A Review, Gedrag & Organisatie Review, 2020 33 (3):919-926.

2015

Godbole S, Godbole G, Rao AV, Joshi AR, Measurement of peak flow rate in bus depot workers, International journal of current research, July2015, 7(7):733-735

2014

Rao AV, Phadke AV, Patil PB, Joshi AR, Comparison of Non-Exercise Test And Step Test In Estimation Of Aerobic Capacity (Vo2max) In Young Adults, NJPPP, 2014,4(3):218-220

2012

Joshi A.R., Phadke A, Kharche JS, Ashok P, Apte G, Rao AV, Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Learning of Animal Experiments In Physiology, IJBAP,2012,1(1):202-203

2011

Rao AV, Phadke A, Joshi AR, Obesity and physical fitness status in medical college students, National Congress on Physical activity, Fitness and Health (Proceedings),2011:95-101.

Key Focus Areas


I. Academics 

II. Research 

III. Development Plans 

  • Research / Patient Service / Revenue Generation
  • To establish Autonomic Function Testing Laboratory. 
  • To develop Neuro Physiology Laboratory. 
  • To establish Laboratory to carry out animal experiments.