53rd AIIMS ANNUAL REPORT

2008–2009

All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi 110029

Edited jointly by:
Dr Sunil Chumber, Additional Professor, Department of Surgical Disciplines and Sub-Dean (Academic) Dr Tanuj Dada, Associate Professor, Dr R.P. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences Dr Venkata Karthikeyan C, Assistant Professor, Department of Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) Dr S.K. Maulik, Professor, Department of Pharmacology Dr Raj D. Mehra, Professor, Department of Anatomy Dr Kameshwar Prasad, Professor, Department of Neurology Dr S. Rastogi, Professor, Department of Orthopaedics Dr Sushma Sagar, Assistant Professor, JPNA Trauma Centre Dr Peush Sahni, Professor, Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery Dr Pratap Sharan, Professor, Department of Psychiatry Dr D.N. Sharma, Assistant Professor, Dr BRA, Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital Dr Subrata Sinha, Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry Dr Sanjay Kumar Sood, Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology Dr Sachin Talwar, Assistant Professor, Department of C.T.V.S.

February 2010

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All India Institute of Medical Sciences
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) was established in 1956 as an institution of national importance by an Act of Parliament with the objects to develop patterns of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all its branches so as to demonstrate a high standard of medical education to all medical colleges and other allied institutions in India; to bring together in one place educational facilities of the highest order for the training of personnel in all important branches of health activity and to attain self-sufficiency in postgraduate medical education. The Institute has comprehensive facilities for teaching, research and patient-care. AIIMS conducts teaching programmes in medical and para-medical courses both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and awards its own degrees. Teaching and research are conducted in 50 disciplines. In the field of medical research AIIMS is the leader, having more than 1500 research publications by its faculty and researchers in a year. AIIMS also runs a College of Nursing, training students for B. Sc. (Hons.) Nursing nd B. Sc. Nursing (Post-Certificate) degrees. Twenty-five clinical departments including six super-speciality centres manage practically all types of disease conditions with support from pre-clinical and para-clinical departments. AIIMS also runs a 60-bedded hospital and the Comprehensive Rural Health Centre at Ballabgarh in Haryana and provides health cover to about 7.7 lakh people through the Centre for Community Medicine.

AIIMS AT A GLANCE 2008–2009
Year of establishment 1956
Teaching Departments and Centres Faculty members (Sanctioned 625) No. of Undergraduate students No. of Postgraduate students HOSPITAL SERVICES OPD Main Hosp. Dr.R.P. Centre Dr.BRA,IRCH C.T. Centre N.S. Centre C.C.M. JPNAT Centre 1507786 400914 74280 227737 100074 166886 37177 Admission 174353 29642 23822 10614 6396 29033 19226 Surgery 79578 29276 6651 3477 2741 — 1128 Bed (Gen.) Bed (Pvt.) 1486 280 167 166 166 50 30 125 21 15 14 14 — — 50 446 651 1023 Medical graduates Postgraduates Nursing graduates Publications in journals Chapters in Books/monographs 2276 7111 1638 1592 285

Non-faculty staff (Sanctioned 9312) 7356

Average bed occupancy Average period of hospital stay Net death rate Infection rate (Crude)

79.9% 5.9 days 2.7% 7.60%

CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.8 9.9 9.11 Director’s Review .................................................................................................................. 1 Institute Body, AIIMS ........................................................................................................... 5 Academic Section ............................................................................................................... 12 Examination Section ............................................................................................................ 25 General Administration ........................................................................................................ 31 Main Hospital ...................................................................................................................... 33 College of Nursing .............................................................................................................. 50 Research Section ................................................................................................................ 57 Departments Anaesthesiology .................................................................................................................102 Anatomy ............................................................................................................................. 116 Biochemistry ......................................................................................................................137 Biomedical Engineering ...................................................................................................... 151 Biophysics ..........................................................................................................................156 Biostatistics ........................................................................................................................160 Biotechnol ogy ...................................................................................................................168 Centre for Community Medicine .......................................................................................177 Dermatology and Venereology ...........................................................................................205 Forensic Medicine ..............................................................................................................222

9.10 Endocrinology and Metabolism ..........................................................................................213 9.12 Gastroenterology and Human Nutrition .............................................................................226 9.13 Gastrointestinal Surgery .....................................................................................................238 9.14 Hematology ........................................................................................................................242 9.15 Hospital Administration ......................................................................................................259 9.16 Laboratory Medicine ..........................................................................................................271 9.17 Medicine .............................................................................................................................287 9.18 Microbiology .......................................................................................................................318 9.19 Nephrology .........................................................................................................................334 9.20 Nuclear Medicine ...............................................................................................................341 9.21 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance ...........................................................................................346 9.22 Obstetrics and Gynaecology ..............................................................................................354 9.23 Orthopaedics ......................................................................................................................387 9.24 Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) ...............................................................................................409

9.25 Paediatrics ..........................................................................................................................420 9.26 Paediatric Surgery ............................................................................................................. 448 9.27 Pathology ........................................................................................................................... 462 9.28 Pharmacology .................................................................................................................... 481 9.29 Physical medicine and Rehabilitation ................................................................................. 490 9.30 Physiology ......................................................................................................................... 495 9.31 Psychiatry .......................................................................................................................... 507 9.32 Radio-Diagnosis ................................................................................................................. 516 9.33 Reproductive Biology ........................................................................................................ 535 9.34 Surgical Disciplines ............................................................................................................ 541 9.35 Transplant Immunology and Immunogenetics ................................................................... 554 9.36 Urology .............................................................................................................................. 563 10. Centres 10.1 Cardiothoracic Sciences Centre ......................................................................................... 570 10.2 National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre (NDDTC) ................................................. 615 10.3 Centre for Dental Education and Research........................................................................ 629 10.4 Dr B. R. Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital ....................................................... 638 10.5 Neurosciences Centre ........................................................................................................ 691 10.6 Dr R. P. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences .......................................................................... 726 10.7 Jai Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre ........................................................................ 745 11. Central Facilities 11.1 B. B. Dikshit Library ......................................................................................................... 789 11.2 Cafeteria ............................................................................................................................ 792 11.3 Central Workshop .............................................................................................................. 794 11.4 K. L. Wig Centre for Medical Education and Technology ................................................ 797 11.5 Computer Facility .............................................................................................................. 802 11.6 Electron Microscope Facility ............................................................................................. 809 11.7 Central Animal Facility ...................................................................................................... 812 11.8 Hostel Section .................................................................................................................... 814 11.9 Ethics Committee .............................................................................................................. 817 12. Budget and Finance 12.1 Finance Division ................................................................................................................ 821 12.2 Audit Report ....................................................................................................................... 898

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All India Institute of Medical Sciences New Delhi

1. Director’s Review
I am glad to present the Fifty-third Annual Report and audited statement of accounts for the year 2008-2009. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) was established in 1956 by an Act of Parliament as an institution of national importance. This was in pursuance to the recommendations made by the Bhore Committee in 1946. AIIMS has been entrusted to develop patterns of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all its branches so as to demonstrate a high standard of medical education to all medical colleges and other allied institutions in India; to bring together at one place educational facilities of the highest order for the training of personnel in all important branches of health activity; and to attain self-sufficiency in postgraduate medical education. AIIMS is a deemed university and awards its own degrees. In keeping with the mandate from the Parliament, AIIMS continues to be the torch bearer in the field of medical education, research and patient-care. AIIMS is fully funded by the Government of India. However, for research activities, grants are also received from various sources including national, intergovernmental and other international funding agencies. While the major part of the hospital services are highly subsidized for the patients coming to the AIIMS hospital, certain categories of patients are charged for treatment/services rendered to them. During the 2008-2009 academic session (i.e. for the courses commencing in July 2008 and January 2009), 384 students were admitted to various postgraduate, post-doctoral and super-speciality courses, i.e. MD, MS, MDS, MHA, PhD, MCh, DM, and MSc in various specialities. In the year under review, 1023 postgraduate and post-doctoral students were on the rolls in various courses and 252 students qualified for their degrees. AIIMS provides full time postgraduate and post-doctoral courses in 47 disciplines. The guiding principle of postgraduate training is to train students as teachers, researchers and competent doctors, who can investigate, manage and treat patients independently. As always, appropriate consideration was given to students from Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) and other backward (OBC) in accordance with Government of India guidlines and Twenty-four SC, 4 ST and 37 OBC students were admitted to MD/MS/MDS courses and 2 SC, 2 ST and 8 OBC students were admitted to MSc courses. This year AIIMS admitted 77 students to its MBBS course (including 11 SC, 6 ST and 19 OBC students), 26 students to the B.Sc. Nursing (post-certificate) course (including 2 SC, 3 ST and 6 OBC students), 64 students to the B.Sc. (Hons) in Nursing course (including 7 SC, 4 ST and 10 OBC students), 15 students to the B.Sc. (Hons.) in Ophthalmic Techniques course (including 1 SC 2 ST and 6 OBC students) and 9 students to the B.Sc. (Hons.) in Medical Technology in Radiography course (including 5 OBC students). AIIMS also provides short/long term training to doctors and other health-trainees from various organizations and state governments, WHO-in-country fellows and foreign students. Four hundred and sixty three (463) candidates received short/long term training in AIIMS during the year. In AIIMS 2007-2008 / 1

addition, elective training was provided to several candidates, including foreign nationals. The Institute also continued to provide consultancy services to several neighboring countries under bilateral agreements or under the aegis of intergovernmental and other international agencies. During 20082009, the Institute trained 60 WHO-sponsored candidates/WHO-in-country fellows to fulfill its international obligations. The details thereof w.e.f. 01.04.2008 to 31.03.2009 are as under:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Short term training Long term training WHO-in-country fellowship WHO-sponsored foreign nationals Elective training Foreign nationals 460 03 33 27 62 22

The MBBS course is completed in 5½ years that is subdivided into four periods. The initial three stages are focused on preclinical (1 year), para-clinical (1½ years) and clinical (2 years) subjects, which are followed by 1-year rotating internship. Para-medical courses like B.Sc (Hons.) in Nursing, Ophthalmic Techniques, Medical Technology in Radiography and Speech and Hearing continued to be popular and attracted students from other countries also. The curricula of these courses are under constant scrutiny by the faculty of the Institute for purposes of improvement. The medical college of the Institute has been adjudged the best in the country for the 8th consecutive year by national surveys published in the popular media. The institute organized a number of workshops, symposia, conferences and training programmes in collaboration with various national, intergovernmental and other international agencies during the year. Professionals from various institutions all over the country participated in these seminars and workshops and benefited from updates. Also, guest and public lectures were delivered by visiting experts and faculty of AIIMS. The All India Institute of Medical Sciences is a leader in the field of medical research. Major research projects focus on national priorities. Over 381 research projects were ongoing during this period. Research grants totaling Rs 59 crores (approximately) were received from various intergovernmental, other international and national funding agencies during the year 2008-2009. During the year 2008-2009, the AIIMS hospital catered to patients from India, neighboring countries such as Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and other Asian countries. The main hospital provided care to 1,50,7,786 outpatients and 65,867 in-patients and 108,486 patients with emergent conditions; and 79,578 surgical procedures were performed in the hospital. Due to expansion of facilities like OPD, emergency service, private wards and use of innovated methods, AIIMS main hospital has been able to provide better and efficient patient care. Due to quick turnover of patients, number of indoor admissions and surgery performed, have all increased. The average length of stay is around 5.9 days; the average bed occupancy, 79.9% and the net death rate, 2.7%; which is at par with similar parameters in developed countries. With the use of mechanical cleaning devices and active interaction of Hospital Infection Control Committee (HIFCOM), the general hygiene and sanitation AIIMS 2007-2008 / 2

of the hospital is of a high standard. Medicines are supplied to all patients attending the Emergency services free of cost. The Cardiothoracic and Neurosciences Centre (CN Centre) provided services to 227,737 outpatients (92,925 in Cardiology, 34,738 in Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, 68,417 in Neurology and 31,657 in Neurosurgery), and 17,010 inpatients; and 6,218 surgeries were performed at the Centre. The Jai Prakash Narain Trauma Centre has a state-of the-art emergency room with 8 resuscitation bays, observation and triage areas and facilities for managing 20 critically ill patients. The Centre has two functional operation rooms, two 30-bedded wards, a multislice CT scanner, mobile X-ray units and heavy duty automatic processors for radiography, a 1.5 Tesla MRI, a C-Arm X-ray unit with 3-D facility, colour Doppler and well-equipped laboratories. In the year 2008-2009, the Trauma Centre provided services for 37,177 emergency contacts, of whom 19,226 had to be provided inpatient care and 971 had to be operated. A total of 63,186 radiological investigations were conducted at the Centre. The Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital has 127 beds. The expanded Dr. BRAIRCH has modern, sophisticated machinery and equipment matching international standards. It is currently functioning through 8 disciplines namely Medical Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Laboratory Oncology, Medical Physics, Anesthesiology, Radiodiagnosis and Preventive and Community Oncology. During 2008-2009, Dr. BRAIRCH attended to 74,280 outpatients (87,93 new cases and 65,487 old cases) and 23,822 inpatients (19,036 short admissions and 4,786 regular admissions); while 6,651 patients received surgical procedures (6,019 minor and 632 major). Dr. Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences attended to 197,928 outpatients in the general OPD, 37,019 emergency contacts, and 165,967 outpatients in specialty clinics, totaling 40,0914 patients during the year 2008-2009. Services were also provided to 29,642 inpatients and surgical procedures were performed on 29,276 patients. The Organ Retrieval Banking Organization, a national facility and nodal centre for the country at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, was created with the objective of encouraging organ donations and fair and equitable distribution and optimum utilization of human organs. A dedicated four-digit-help line 1060 and the website (www.orbo.org) with the facility to download donor forms and email facility for correspondence, are available for round-the-clock public enquiries regarding organ donation and transplantation. The Centre for Dental Education and Research is a full-fledged Dental college under the aegis of AIIMS. It conducts an MDS (postgraduate course) in various dental specialties. It is also the nodal centre for the National Oral Health Policy of the Government of India. The Centre for Behavioural Sciences (National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre), AIIMS, at Ghaziabad is a 50 bedded centre that offers a wide range of services. Community-based programmes have been integral part of the Institute’s clinical and research activities. The Centre for Community Medicine has a widely acclaimed model of rural health services at Ballabgarh in the neighbouring state of Haryana. Apart from providing comprehensive health services at the doorsteps of people in the covered villages, the centre also provides secondary health care AIIMS 2007-2008 / 3

services through a 50-bedded hospital as Ballabgarh. This hospital provided services to 166,886 outpatients and 7,009 inpatients and for 22,024 emergency contacts. The project has achieved significant successes in terms of improving health of mothers and children of the area. With Zero Maternal Mortality Rate and Crude Death Rate of 7.2, it is well ahead of targets set by Government of India for 2010. The Urban Health Programme and Family Health Exercise programmes of the Centre for Community Medicine cater to some urban slum areas of Delhi with a population of about 60000. These services are provided through a Mobile Health Clinic that visits these slums 5 times in a week and provides preventive, promotive and primary level curative services; and para-medical staff who provide domiciliary services. The Urban Health Programme and Family Health Exercise programmes attended to 25,901 patients in 2008-09. The Centre for Community Medicine also has a Disease Outbreak Response Cell (DORC) for ensuring a rapid response to infectious disease outbreaks like the swine flu (HINI infection); and an AIDS Education and Training Cell for prevention of HIV/ AIDS. This cell operates a very popular interactive telephone helpline called ‘Shubhchintak’ and an internet based helpline called ‘e-shubhchintak’ to answer queries of the general public on HIV/AIDS. The Centre for Community Medicine also runs a Sex and Marriage Counselling Clinic (SMCC) in the AIIMS Hospital. In addition to community services provided by the Centre for Community Medicine, the departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, Pediatrics and Dr. Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences serve various rural communities through regular camps. Despite increasing pressures the Institute has constantly endeavored to demonstrate its commitment to professionalism and service to the common people at an affordable cost. Thousands of patients from all over the country come to AIIMS everyday for succour.

Professor R. C. Deka Director, AIIMS

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2. The Institute and its Committees
INSTITUTE BODY from 1.4.2008 to 31.3.2009 1. Hon’ble Dr Ambumani Ramadoss Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Shri R.K. Dhawan Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) 141, Golf Links, New Delhi 110003 Professor Vijay Kumar Malhotra Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) 6, Dr Bishamber Dass Marg, New Delhi 110001 Dr Karan Singh Yadav Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) C-6 MP Flats, Baba Khadak Singh Marg New Delhi 110001 Dr Deepak Pental Vice Chancellor University of Delhi, Delhi 110007 Shri Naresh Dayal Secretary (Health) Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Dr R.K. Srivastava Directorate General of Health Services Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Dr Shyam Prasad Vice President National Board of Examinations, New Delhi President (demitted his office)

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Dr S.S. Agarwal Central Drug Research Institute Chattar Manzil Palace, Post Box No. 173 Lucknow 226001 (UP) Dr S.S. Agarwal Former Director, SGPGI D-13, Vivekanandpuri, Lucknow 226007 (UP)

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10. Professor B.P. Chatterjee Department of Biological Chemistry Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science Jadavpur, Kolkata 700032, West Bengal. 11. Shri R.P. Agrawal Secretary Department of Secondary Education and Higher Education Ministry of Human Resource Development Shastri Bhawan, (Gate No.6), New Delhi 110001

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12. Professor K.K. Talwar Director Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh 160012 13. Professor Kartar Singh Director Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI), Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 14. Professor R. Surendran Professor and Head Department of Surgical Gastroenterology, Government Stanley Hospital Chennai, Tamil Nadu 15. Dr (Mrs) Nilima Arun Kshirsagar Dean, Professor and Head Department of Clinical Pharmacology Seth G.S. Medical College and K.E.M. Hospital Mumbai, Maharashtra 16. Shri Naved Masood Additional Secretary and Financial Advisor Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 6

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17. Professor T.D. Dogra Acting Director, AIIMS Professor P. Venugopal Director, AIIMS Professor T.D. Dogra Acting Director, AIIMS Professor R.C. Deka Director, AIIMS 18. Shri Raama Murthy Joint Secretary Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Shri Pravin Krishan Joint Secretary Ms Shalini Prasad Joint Secretary Shri B.K. Prasad Joint Secretary Dean (Academic), AIIMS Dean (Exams), AIIMS

Member-Secretary 20.12.2007 to 08.05.2008 Member-Secretary 09.05.2008 to 02.07.2008 Member-Secretary 03.07.2008 to 09.03.2009 Member-Secretary from 10.03.2009 Special Invitee up to 15.04.2008

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GOVERNING BODY 1. Hon’ble Dr Ambumani Ramadoss Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Shri R.K. Dhawan Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) 141, Golf Links, New Delhi 1110003 Dr Karan Singh Yadav Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) C-6 M.P. Flats, Baba Khadak Singh Marg New Delhi 110001 Shri Naresh Dayal Secretary (Health) Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Dr R.K. Srivastava Directorate General of Health Services Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Shri Naved Masood Additional Secretary and Financial Advisor Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Dr Shyam Prasad Vice President National Board of Examinations, New Delhi Professor K.K. Talwar Director Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh Professor Kartar Singh Director Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow (UP) Professor R. Surendran Professor and Head of the Department of Surgical Gastroenterology, Government Stanley Hospital, Chennai AIIMS 2008-2009 / 8 Chairperson

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Professor T.D. Dogram Acting Director, AIIMS Professor P. Venugopal Director, AIIMS Professor T.D. Dogra Acting Director, AIIMS Professor R.C. Deka Director, AIIMS Shri Raama Murthy Joint Secretary Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi 110011 Shri Pravin Krishan, Joint Secretary Ms Shalini Prasad, Joint Secretary Shri B.K. Prasad, Joint Secretary Dean (Academic), AIIMS Dean (Examinations), AIIMS, New Delhi

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STANDING FINANCE COMMITTEE 1. 2. 3 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Shri Naresh Dayal Professor Vijay Kumar Malhotra Shri R.K. Dhawan Dr R.K. Srivastava Shri Naved Masood Dr Shyam Prasad Shri R.P. Agrawal Dr S.S. Agarwal Professor T.D. Dogra Professor P. Venugopal Professor T.D. Dogra Professor R.C. Deka Dean, Academic Sh. Raama Murthy Shri Pravin Krishan Ms Shalini Prasad Shri B.K. Prasad Chairperson Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member-Secretary (up to 08.05.2008) Member-Secretary (09.05.2008 to 02.07.2008) Member-Secretary (03.07.2008 to 09.03.2009) Member-Secretary (from 10.03.2009) Special Invitee Special Invitee (up to 15.04.2008) Joint Secretary (16.04.2008 to 04.05.2008) Joint Secretary (05.05.2008 to 22.01.2009) Joint Secretary (from 23.01.2009)

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ESTATE COMMITTEE 1. Professor Vijay Kumar Malhotra 2. Professor Karan SinghYadav 3. Dr R.K. Srivastava 4. Dr S.S. Agarwal 5. Shri Naresh Dayal 6. Professor Deepak Pental 7. Shri Naved Masood 8. Shri R.P. Agrawal 9. Professor T.D. Dogra Professor P. Venugopal Professor T.D. Dogra Professor R.C. Deka ACADEMIC COMMITTEE 1. Professor Nilima Arun Kshirsagar 2. Professor R. Surendran 3. Professor Kartar Singh 4. Professor K.K. Talwar 5. Dr R.K. Srivastava 6. Dr Shyam Prasad 7. Professor B.P. Chatterjee 8. Shri R.P. Agrawal 9. Professor. T.D. Dogra

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2009) Member-Secretary (from 10. Professor T.2008) Chairperson (19. Dhawan 3. Professor Nilima Arun Kshirsagar 8. Agrawal 7. Venugopal Professor T.D.07.07.2009) Chairperson (up to 18. Surendran 2 Professor Karan Singh Yadav 3. Deka HOSPITAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 1. Dogra Professor R.K.03.2008) Member-Secretary (03.D.05. Professor Nilima Arun Kshirsagar 8. Professor T.06. Talwar 5.2008) Chairperson (from19.2008 to 02.C.03.07. Professor Kartar Singh 6.2009) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 11 .D.2008 to 09.2008 to 09.S.07.2008) Member-Secretary (09.K. Dr R. Dhawan Professor S.2008 to 18.K. Srivastava 4. Dogra Professor P.2008 to 02. Venugopal Professor T. Dr R. Professor K. Deka Member-Secretary (09. Professor S.K.2009) Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member-Secretary (up to 08. Talwar Dr Shyam Prasad 9.K.2008 to 02.2008) Member-Secretary (03.03.03. Shri R. Dogra Professor R.S.2009) Member-Secretary (from 10.2009) Chairperson Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member-Secretary (up to 08. Dogra Professor R. Dogra Professor P.K. Srivastava 5 Shri Naresh Dayal 6 Shri Naved Masood 7.05.09.P. Deka SELECTION COMMITTEE 1 Professor R.05.C.07.2008 to 09.2009) Member-Secretary (from 10.03.D.D. Professor Karan SinghYadav 4.03.09.2008) Member-Secretary (03. Dr Shyam Prasad 9.05.2008) Member-Secretary (09. Agarwal Shri R.07.Professor P. Venugopal Professor T. Professor K.05.06.C. Agarwal 2 Shri R.

nursing and paramedical courses.R. 19 OBC and 36 general category candidates).2009) EDUCATION The Academic Section develops policy. These activities are conducted by the undergraduate. For the remaining 72 seats (11 for Scheduled Caste.BS) The pattern of education at the undergraduate level was reviewed and implemented from July 2004. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 12 . postgraduate and paramedical cells. 6 for Scheduled Tribe. The total number of undergraduate students as on 31 March 2009 was 328 including 47 interns. Further.2008 and with full powers from 08.2008) V. Gupta (from 16. The duration of the MB. The courses include MB. Out of 77 seats. UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION The Section handles post-admission formalities for new students. 5 seats are reserved for foreign nationals and the screening and admissions for these 5 seats is done on the recommendation of the Ministry of External Affairs.BS students are increased and now MB.BS course continues to be 5½ years.5. The training during this period is as follows: One year One-and-a-half years Two years One year : : : : Pre-clinical training Paraclinical training Clinical training Rotating internship (compulsory) From August 2008 27 seats of MB.P.C. Government of India. Murmu (upto 07. students are selected on the basis of their performance in an All-India Entrance Examination.276 applicants. including one year compulsory internship training.3. Deka (upto 24.BS seats are 77.2009) Sub-Dean Sunil Chumber Registrar L. there were 54. During the year. plans and executes academic activities. 3% seats are reserved for orthopaedic physically handicapped candidates on horizontal basis. It also administers intramural research projects. These activities encompass the undergraduate. postgraduate and doctoral programmes for medical.BS. and 36.3. BSc (Hons) in paramedical courses such as Medical Technology in Radiography and Ophthalmic Techniques. develops and revises curricula and administers teaching programmes including internal assessment of undergraduate students.07.567 candidates appeared in the entrance examination for these 77 seats.2008) Rani Kumar (from 25. and BSc Nursing (Post-certificate) and BSc (Hons) Nursing courses.07.03. Academic Section Dean R. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB.

Paramedical and Nursing Education All activities pertaining to the admission and training of paramedical and nursing students are handled by this cell. These students were given a stipend of Rs 500 per month. MCh. selection and training of postgraduate students including junior and senior residents. Summer fellowships were awarded to nil for research in selected areas. Postgraduate students from Nepal are admitted under a bilateral agreement between the Governments of India and Nepal. It handles all activities of the PhD. 2nd and final MB. were admitted to the above-mentioned courses during the year under review. They worked under the supervision of a member of the faculty. The admission to all postgraduate courses is done by an All-India entrance examination that is held twice a year. It also deals with all service matters relating to senior residents. A batch of 64 students was admitted for BSc (Hons) Nursing in August 2008. Foreign nationals are also admitted through an entrance examination. DM.Merit scholarships of Rs 750 per month and Rs 500 per month were awarded to 6 students who secured first and second position in the 1st. The current student strength for the nursing and paramedical courses is as follows: Nursing courses BSc Nursing (Post-certificate) BSc (Hons) Nursing Paramedical courses BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques BSc (Hons) Medical Technology in Radiography POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION The Academic Section looks after all the activities pertaining to admission. MD.BS examination. MDS. MHA. The discipline-wise distribution of postgraduate students is given below. MSc and MBiotech courses in different disciplines. PhD Anatomy Biochemistry Biophysics Biostatistics Biotechnology Cardiology Cardiac Biochemistry Forensic Medicine Gastroenterology General 12 42 21 1 18 3 2 1 8 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 13 Sponsored – – – 1 (in service) – – – – – Number of students 45 218 39 22 . A total of 252 postgraduate students who completed degree courses in MS/MS/MDS/DM/MCh/ PhD/MSc/MBiotech passed out during the year 2008–2009. MS. A total of 384 students. including 15 state-sponsored and 14 foreign nationals. The total number of postgraduate and doctoral students on 31 March 2009 was 1023.

Neurosurgery 1 Obstetrics and Gynaecology – Haematology 10 CTVS 4 Laboratory Medicine 10 Medical Oncology 5 Medical Physics 3 Medicine 10 Microbiology 30 Neurology 10 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 2 Nuclear Medicine 4 Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) 1 Ophthalmology 3 Ocular Pharmacology 5 Ocular Microbiology 4 Community Ophthalmology 1 Ocular Pathology 2 Ocular Biochemistry 3 Paediatrics 10 Pathology 11 Centre for Community Medicine 2 Endocrinology 7 Paediatric Surgery 2 Neuro-Biochemistry 5 Pharmacology 14 Physiology 14 Psychiatry 5 Radiation Oncology 2 Reproductive Biology 4 Transplant Immunology and Immunogenetics 9 Total 313 301 DM General Cardiac Anaesthesiology 6 Cardiology 16 Clinical Haematology 5 Endocrinology 8 Gastroenterology 10 Haemato-Pathology 4 Medical Oncology 12 Neonatology 4 Nephrology 8 Neuro-Anaesthesiology 8 Neurology 15 Neuroradiology 2 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 14 – 2 (in service) 1 (in service) – – – – – – – 1 1 – 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – 2 – – – 1 12 Sponsored 3 3 2 2 3 3 -– 2 4 1 3 – .

Paediatric Neurology Clinical Pharmacology Total 133 MCh Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery Gastrointestinal Surgery Neurosurgery Paediatric Surgery Urology Total 72 MD Anaesthesiology Anatomy Biochemistry Biophysics Community Medicine Dermatology and Venereology Forensic Medicine Hospital Administration Laboratory Medicine Medicine Microbiology Nuclear Medicine Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ophthalmology Paediatrics Pathology Pharmacology Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physiology Psychiatry Radiodiagnosis Radiotherapy MS Orthopaedics Otorhinolaryngology Surgery MDS Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics Orthodontics Prosthodontics Oral and Macxillofacilal surgery Total 458 6 2 106 General 16 5 27 7 8 63 General 26 13 10 10 17 10 8 4 7 38 10 7 28 75 19 19 10 7 13 18 17 7 13 12 37 6 6 6 5 434 1 – 27 Sponsored – 3 3 1 2 9 Sponsored – – – – – 2 – 7 – 1 – 1 – – 3 1 – – – 1 3 1 2 – 1 – 1 1 – 24 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 15 .

COMMITTEE MEETINGS The Academic Section is responsible for arranging the meetings of the Academic committee. The section also handles the elective posting of foreign undergraduate medical students. Faculty Meetings and Dean’s Committee. During the year 62 foreign undergraduate medical students underwent elective training. 27 WHO Fellows (FN) under WHO fellowship programme and 22 foreign trainees and 33 WHO Fellows (Indian national) for WHO-In-Country Fellowship training programme (2008–2009) were imparted training in various departments. In addition. Senior Residents Rs 15600–39100 + (GP Rs 6000) plus allowances as per rules. as recommended by the Sixth Pay Commission is: Junior Residents Rs 15600–39100 + (GP Rs 5400) plus allowances as per rules. During the year.MSc Anatomy Biochemistry Biophysics Perfusion Technology Biotechnology Nuclear Medicine Technology Pharmacology Physiology Nursing Oncological Nursing Cardiological/CTVS Nursing Nephrological Nursing Neurosciences Nursing Paediatric Nursing Psychiatric Nursing Critical Care Nursing TOTAL 47 Salaries: General – 2 2 4 11 1 5 – 2 3 2 2 3 3 3 43 Sponsored – 1 – – 1 1 – – 1 – – – – – – 4 The present salary of residents.and 3 longterm trainees. The details of the meetings held during the year are as under: Academic Committee Staff Council Dean’s Committee Faculty Meetings 7 1 Nil 7 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 16 . Staff Council. the Institute had 460 short. SHORT-AND LONG-TERM TRAINING PROGRAMMES The Section handles activities regarding training programmes of short.and long-term duration for both medical and paramedical personnel.

3. The President. S. 2. The Energy and Research Institute (TERI) addressed the Convocation. Time & Venue On Thursday the 19 February 2009 at 4. Final recommendations of the Research Committee—31 March.K.00 pm.000 per annum depending on the research project. 1. Name of Oration 1 Nineteenth Sarveshwari Memorial Oration Name of Orator Professor Anil Nanda. The research grant allocated to faculty members ranges from Rs 50. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 17 . Department of Neurosurgery. 4. Allocation of funds—15 April. Project review by specially review groups—15 March. Chairperson. AIIMS CONVOCATION The Annual Convocation of the Institute was held on 7 January 2009. The details of intramural research conducted during the year is given in Appendix I. Louisiana State University Medical Centre Date of Oration. Pachauri. Dr R. Chairman. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (UN) and Director.RESEARCH The intramural research funds and its allocation is handled by the Section. in LTII. LSU Health Science Centre.000 to Rs 1.00.No. ORATION’S The Academic Section organized the following Orations during 2008–2009. The Chief Guest distributed Institute Medals/Awards to the outstanding students and addressed the gathering. AIIMS and Hon’ble Minister of Health and Family Welfare distributed the degrees.

90. of Orthopaedics Dr Sandeep Guleria Additional Professor Dept.000 Duration years 2 2. of Laboratory Medicine Dr Sushma Bhatnagar Associate Professor Dept. of Radiodiagnosis Dr Shah Alam Khan Assistant Professor Dept.00.00. of Surgical Disciplines Dr Purva Mathur Assistant Professor Dept. Dr Tulika Seth Effect of genetic factors on Assistant Professor variable clinical severity of HbE/B Dept. of Haematology thalassaemia AIIMS 2008-2009 / 18 1. of AnaesthesiaIRCH Diagnostic accuracy of coronal whole body diffusion-weighted MRI in oncologic imaging: Comparison with whole body STIR-MRI and FDG-PET-CT. 1.000 1 5.000 1 8. 1. Evaluation of VEGF expression in Osteosarcoma and its correlation with DCE-MRI and FDG-PET-CT Scan as surrogate markers of angiogenesis To study the incidence and assess the risk factors for New Onset Diabetes Mellitus Evaluation of serum procalcitonin levels for diagnosis of sepsis in trauma patients admitted to intensive care units Evaluating the correlation of plasma levels of morphine and its metabolites on pain control in cancer patients 1.000 2 3. 60.00.Appendix I ACADEMIC SECTION II (Nursing and Paramedical Cell) Intramural research grants for the year 2008–2009 S No Name of the investigator 1.000 2 4. 1.000 1 7.00.00. Dr S. of Psychiatry Title of the project To observe for association between a catechol-O-methyltransferase polymorphism G158A and OCD in Indian subjects and its correlation with neuropsychological findings Amount sanctioned 1. Rastogi Prognostic factors in the Professor management of Osteosarcoma: Dept.000 2 .00. Dr Nand Kumar Assistant Professor Dept.000 1½ 6. of Orthopaedics A clinical study Dr Raju Sharma Additional Professor Dept.

00. of Paediatrics Dr Sachin Talwar Assistant Professor Dept.9.000 2 14. of NMR spatial orientation and braille reading in visually challenged subjects. 1. using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) Dr R. of Endocrinology and after vitamin D and Metabolism supplementation Dr Sandeep Agarwala Associate Professor Dept.000 1 16. Dr S. Dept. of CTVS Dr Sandeep Mahajan Assistant Professor Dept.00.00.000 2 11. Senthil Kumaran Neurocognitive changes associated Assistant Professor with visualization of perception.00. 90. Goswami Intestinal calcium absorption in Associate Professor apparently healthy subjects before Dept. 1. puberty and carbohydrate metabolism in children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis Effect of CPB on the serum thyroid hormone profile in paediatric patients weighting <10kg Spectrum of bone disease in chronic kidney disease patients on haemodialysis and its course subsequent to successful renal transplant A single prophylactic dose of pentoxifylline in patients undergoing valve replacement: A prospective double-blind randomized controlled study 1.000 1 17. 1.00.000 1 15.000 1 13.000 1 12. Dr V. Dr Neeta Singh Assistant Professor Dept.00. 1.000 2 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 19 . of Nephrology 1.00. of Paediatric Surgery Genetic parameters of neuroblastoma: A study on fine needle aspiration cultures 1. Dr Vandana jain Assistant Professor Dept. of Neurosurgery To evaluate the role of endometrial and sub endometrial blood flows in the prediction of pregnancy during in-vitro fertilization treatment Role of simvastatin in prevention of vasospasm and improving functional outcome after aneury smal sub-arachnoid hemorrhage: A randomized double-blind placebocontrolled trial Growth.00.000 2 10. of CTVS 1. Devagourou Assistant Professor Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr Sumit Sinha Assistant Professor Dept.

00. 1. of Pharmacology Dr Sheffali Gulati Associate Professor Dept.000 1 27.18. 25.000 2 24.00.000 2 26. of Medicine Determination of mesenchymal stem cell concentration in umbilical cord blood at birth and their correlation with gestation Prospective longitudinal study on duration of untreated psychosis in patients with first episode of psychosis Adiponectin concentrations in serum and peritoneal fluid of patients with endometriosis Oxidized low-density lipoprotein antibodies: Pathogenic implications x antibodies: Pathogenic implications for vascular involvement in patients with autoimmune disease and type 2 diabetes mellitus Effects of atorvastatin and pioglitazone on endothelial dysfuction in non-diabetic normolipidemic stable angina patients Randomized placebo.00. Arya Pharmacological studies on Associate Professor terminalia chebula in experimentally Dept.P.00.00. of Biochemistry Dr Kalpana Luthra Genetic characteristics of HIV-1 Associate Professor subtype C envelopes inducing V3 Dept. Vikram Assistant Professor Dept. Dr Y. of Paediatrics Child Neurology Division 88. of Paediatrics Dr Mamta Sood Assistant Professor Dept.00. of Pharmacology induced myocardial infarction in rats Dr Tanuj Dada Associate Professor Dr R. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences Mitochondrial genome mutation analysis in congenital glaucoma 1.000 2 20.450 2 23. 1.00.S.000 2 19.00. Gupta Professor and Head Dept. 1.000 2 22.000 3 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 20 .000 1 25. 1. of Psychiatry Dr Raj Kumar Yadav Assistant Professor Dept. Dr Ramesh Agarwal Assistant Professor Dept. 1.controlled trial of valproate in children with spinal muscular atrophy 1. of Biochemistry antibodies Dr D.000 1 21. 1. of Physiology Dr Naval K. K. Dr Ranju Ralhan Diagnostic significance of aberrantly Professor methylated genes in breast cancer Dept.

00. micro-inflammatory Dept. 1.000 1 33. Nag Associate Professor Dept. of Anatomy Mechanisms of muller glial activation in aging human retina: An immunohistochemical investigation Cardiovascular effects of selective estrogen receptor modulators administered alone and in combination with parnaparin: A comparative histological study in ovariectomized rats 1.00.00.00. pRB ) in presence of Insulin. 75.H. Dr Jagriti Bhatia Evaluation of antihypertensive potential Assistant Professor of emblica officinalis in DOCA-salt Dept.00.000 1 31. Dr T. of Anatomy Dr Ritu Sehgal Assistant Professor Dept. Das AssociateProfessor Dept.000 1 35.K.00. of Anatomy Dr Suman Jain Assistant Professor Dept.000 2¼ 36.000 3 32.000 2 29. of Anatomy Role of circulating angiogenetic factors in the pathogenesis of preeclampsia 1.00. of Pharmacology insulin sensitivity and pancreatic beta-cell function in type-2 diabetes mellitus patients Dr N.28. Dr Surender Singh A randomized open-label prospective Assistant Professor study of effect of atorvastatin on Dept. Reeta Comparative study of platelet Assistant Professor aggregation. thyroxin and Benzo(a)-pyrene To study the regional differences in amyloid beta induced microglia activation in vivo Effect of exposure to magnetic field following implantation of ferromagnetic plates on the recovery from spinal cord injury in rats 1.C.C. 1. Chandra Assistant Professor Dept. of Biochemistry A comparative study on expression and/or transcription between LDL receptor (LDLR) and tumor suppressor proteins (p53. of Pharmacology model of rat hypertension Dr T. 1. 1.000 1 34.000 2 30.00. of Pharmacology state and oxidative stress in renal transplant patients receiving different immunosuppressants Dr Renu Dhingra Associate Professor Dept.000 2 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 21 . Dr K. of Physiology 1.

000 3 4.000 plasma nitric oxide products influences the outcome in children suffering from severe pulmonary hypertension due to congenital heart disease Role of coenzyme Q10 and alpha lipoic acid in attenuating the oxidative stress and systemic inflammatory response in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft surgery 1. Dr Anant Mohan Assistant Professor Medicine Dr D.000 Duration 2 2. Dr Minati Choudhury Associate Professor Cardiac Anaesthesia Imbalance between endothelin-1 and 1. of CCM Antenatal care: Utilization. 1.000 3 3. of CCM Dr K. perceptions and expectations of migrant women in Delhi: A mixed methods study Validation of an adult verbal autopsy tool at CRHSP Ballabgarh. 1.00. 1. of Gastroenterology patients with celiac disease and Human Nutrition 49. 1.00. Sharma Assistant Professor Radiation Oncology Title of the project Prognostic utility of various acute phase reactants in acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease A prospective randomized trial of amifostine (radioprotector) given subcutaneously during radiation therapy in head and neck cancer patients Amount sanctioned 1.00.S.00. Anand Associate Professor Dept.00.N.No Name of the investigator 1. of CCM Dr Puneet Misra Assistant Professor Dept. Dr Neeti Makhija Associate Professor Cardiac Anaesthesia 3 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 22 .000 1 39. Dr Govind K.37.500 2 ONGOING PROJECTS S. Kusuma Assistant Professor Dept.00. Prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its selected socio-behavioural determinants among females aged more than 20 years residing in a rural area of Haryana.000 1 40. Dr Y.00.000 2 38. Makharia Familial prevalence amongst first Associate Professor and second degree relatives of Dept.

K. 50. Dr Deepak Agrawal Assistant Professor (JPNATC) Neurosurgery and Gammaknife Dr S.B.000 3 years AIIMS 2008-2009 / 23 . Centre Dr Nibhriti Das Professor Biochemistry 1.000 2 12. Dr B. 50. Role of cyclic AMP response elementbinding protein expression in the spinal cord of rat in nimodipine induced potentiation of morphine analgesia: An immunohistochemical study Prevalence of intestinal coccidiosis and other parasitosis in at risk individual Evaluation of chromosome 1p and 11p deletions in hepatoblasatoma and hepatocellular carcinoma Distribution of cancer susceptibility modifying polymorphisms (MDM2 SNP309 and p53 codon 72) in Indian population groups A study on stress reactivity of students as a function of their general and emotional intelligence and effect of meditation on the stress response Development and validation of N-in-One dosing technique to evaluate ocular kinetics of drugs using LC/MS/MS Paraoxonase (PON 1) activity and its genetic determinants (PON 1 gene polymorphisms.P.R.000 3 6. 1.5.000 2 7.000 2 10. Iyer Associate Professor Pathology Dr Kunzang Chosdol Assistant Professor Biochemistry Dr Ratna Sharma Associate Professor Physiology 50.00.000 3 8. in coding region at codon 55.00. Dr T.000 2 11. Ray Additional Professor Anatomy Acute thalamic involvement in severe head injury: An autopsy study with hitopathological correlation 1.00. 192 and in promoter region at position -108) in relation to coronary artery disease (CAD) 96.000 3 9. Velpandian Assistant Professor Ocular Pharmacology and PharmacyDr R.00. 1. Mirdha Additional Professor Microbiology Dr V.

000 50.00.64.63. 95.100 2 15.050 950 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 24 .000 2 Total funds available Total allocated Balance : : : 50.13 Dr Arundhati Sharma Associate Professor Anatomy Dr Rajiva Gupta Associate Professor Medicine Dr Garima Shukla Associate Professor Neurology To evaluate the possible presence of mutations in VSX1 gene in Keratoconus To study the effect of statins in rheumatoid arthritis special reference to disease activity and lipid profile Prevalence of the restless legs syndrome in women and its relationship with iron deficiency – a prospective case – controlled study from North India 1. 44.000 2 14.

Phase II BSc (Hons) Nursing. Phase I BSc (Hons) Nursing. Sharma (from November 2008) Assistant Administrative Officer V.K.No.D. the Examination Section conducted the following Professional and Entrance Examinations. Phase II BSc (Hons) Nursing. K. POSTGRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATIONS Details of various undergraduate and postgraduate professional examinations conducted by AIIMS from 1. D.4. Dogra (upto March 2009) Sub-Dean (Exams) Dr A. Examination Section Dean (Exams) Professor T. Talwar (from November 2008) During the period under review (2008–2009). 6. Phase I MSc (Nursing). 11. S. 9. 2. 10. 8.2008) Accounts Officer N.BS (Supplementary) BSc Nursing (Post-certificate). 4. Phase III BSc (Hons) Nursing. Phase I BSc Nursing (Post-certificate).2009.D. Phase II Final MB.BS (Supplementary) Second MB. Phase IV Total 385 Number of students Appeared Absent Passed Failed 106 12 14 6 4 20 18 58 46 52 49 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 352 98 12 13 0 3 15 15 49 46 52 49 30 8 0 1 3 1 5 3 9 0 0 0 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 25 . Dinda Assistant Controller of Exams B.10. 3.2008 to 31.3. Examination Final Postgraduate/Post-doctoral MSc (Nursing).4. Joshi (Joined on 30. 5. 7. 1.

29. 16. 23. 25. Phase II (Supplementary) 19.BS BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques. 17. 18. 21. Phase I BSc (Hons) Medical Technology in Radiography. 26. 15.BS (Supplementary) November 2008 BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques. 30. July 2008 Number of students Appeared Absent Passed Failed 385 53 15 10 10 7 7 6 3 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 352 42 11 9 10 5 6 6 30 8 3 1 0 2 0 0 12. 22. Phase II BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques.F. Phase I (Supplementary) December 2008 Final Postgraduate/Post-doctoral MSc/MBiotech (Supplementary) MSc (Nursing). 27. Phase I (Supplementary) BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 26 . Phase III (Supplementary) BSc (Hons) Medical Technology in Radiography. 28. Examination B.BS Second Professional MB. Phase III August 2008 First Professional MB. Phase II (Supplementary) Final Professional MB. First Professional MB. 9 0 9 0 1 1 0 2 102 2 1 51 48 6 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 95 2 1 39 38 1 3 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 11 10 5 1 24.S. 14. Phase II BSc (Hons) Medical Technology in Radiography.BS BSc Nursing (Post-certificate). Phase I (Supplementary) BSc Nursing (Post-certificate). Phase III BSc (Hons) Medical Technology in Radiography. Phase I BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques. Phase II (Supplementary) BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques. 20. 13.No.

MD/MS/MDS (AIIMS) July Session 2008 DM/MCh/MHA July Session 2008 MB. 6 737 1 11 4 647 1 79 Entrance Examinations for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses S No Course 1. 9.489 1.408 372 10.910 1. BSc (Hons) Nursing. 6.216 52.181 141 271 302 652 853 486 1. July 2008 Session MD/MS/MCh (6 years)/MDS (AIIMS) January Session 2009 DM/MCh/MHA January Session 2009 All-India PG Entrance Exam: MD/MS/ Diploma/MDS PhD January Session 2009 Total Number of candidates Date of examination Applied Appeared 11 May. 7.57. 10. 12.276 1. 13.971 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 27 .177 23. 34.BS (AIIMS) August Session 2008 BSc (Hons) Nursing 2008 BSc Nursing (Post-certificate) 2008 BSc (Hons) Paramedical Courses 2008 MSc Courses 2008 MSc Nursing 2008 MBiotechnology Entrance Examination 2008 PhD July Session 2008 Senior Residents Entrance Examination.2008 18 May 2008 01 June 2008 22 June 2008 26 June 2008 08 June 2008 06 July 2008 14 June 2008 12 July 2008 29 June 2008 20 July 2008 09 November 2008 14 December 2008 11 January 2009 18 January 2009 14. 11. 3.773 243 1. 15.31.045 1. Phase III (Supplementary) BSc (Hons) Nursing. 14.580 54. 4.181 36. 33. 32. 8.220 1. Phase I (Supplementary) BSc (Hons) Nursing.BS (Compartmental examination) Total 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 35.525 57. Phase IV (Supplementary) January 2009 Final Professional MB.26. 2.567 654 99 170 180 511 464 287 925 20.791 1. Phase II (Supplementary) BSc (Hons) Nursing. 5.

7.Number of entrance examinations conducted Number of applicants Number of candidates appeared Candidates passed in PhD viva-voce examination (1 April 2008 to 31 March 2009) Examination for recruitment S.26. outstation 85) in 15 cities of India on 11 January 2009. AIIMS PG entrance examination for admission to the MD/MS/MCh (6 years)/MDS courses for the session starting from July 2008 was conducted at 29 centres in Delhi on 11 May 2008 and for January 2009 session at 41 centres on 9 November 2008. 4.57. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 28 2. respectively. The results were declared on 26 May 2008 and 24 November 2008.769 85 19 16 360 10. .No Name of exam 1. The results were declared on 15 February 2009. Technician Radiology Gd-II and Radiotherapy Gd-II Scientist –I (TII) Sister Gd-II Lab Technician Scientist – I (Pharmacology) Scientist – I (NMR) Jr.971 42 Interview 27 May 2008 5 August 2008 Applied Appeared 144 81 99 41 9.389 18–20 October 12. 6.755 7 13.389 Number of examinations conducted Number of applicants Number of candidates appeared Important entrance examinations conducted 1. Physiotherapist/ Occupational Therapist Written exam 26 May 2008 12 June 2008 21 September 2008 8 March 2009 14 March 2009 16 March 2009 29 March 2009 : : : : 15 1. 3. 2. : : : All-India PG entrance examination for admission to the MD/MS/Diploma/MDS courses against 50% open merit seats quota was held in 107centres (Local 22. 5.672 2008 15 and 16 April 2009 15 May 2009 15 May 2009 — Total 272 48 32 506 13.755 10.489 1.

4. The results were declared on 5 July 2008 and 27 January 2009. 5. The entrance examination for admission to MSc and MBiotechnology courses for the August 2008 session was held in Delhi on 6 July 2008 and 12 July 2008. 25 July 2008 and 26 July 2008.BS course of AIIMS for the August 2008 session was held in 111 centres (local 57. 10. This examination was held on 14 June 2008 in Delhi. 11. skill test/interviews……………5 August 2008. DM/MCh and Masters in Hospital Administration for July 2008 and January 2009 sessions were made on a two-stage performance evaluation carried out from 18 May 2008 to 26 May 2008 and 14 December 2008 to 20 December 2008. Selections of candidates for registration to the PhD programme for the sessions starting from July 2008 and January 2009 were held from 29 June to 5 July 2008 and 18 to 27 January 2009. The entrance examination for admission to Paramedical courses—BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Techniques and BSc (Hons) Medical Technology in Radiography for the August 2008 session was held in Delhi on 8 June 2008. All the candidates who had scored 50% or above in the written examination were called merit wise for the departmental assessment which was held on 24. 9. followed by the personal assessment of candidates on 28 June 2008. 6. 19 and 20 October 2008. Admissions to these two courses were made by allotment of seats on merit through counselling held on 15 July 2008. viz. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 29 . respectively. Selections for various Post-doctoral (superspecialty) courses. iii) Sister Grade II …… held on 21 September 2008. The entrance examination for admission to MSc Nursing course. The Examination Section also conducted Written/Skill Test for recruitment to the following posts at the Institute: i) ii) Technician Radiology Grade II …… held on 26 May 2008. Interview……. 8. Scientist – I ……… held on 12 June 2009.. held on 9 May 2008. Admission was made by allotment of seats on merit through counselling held on 10 July 2008. respectively. The entrance examination for admission to the BSc Nursing (Post-certificate) course was held in Delhi on 26 June 2008. The entrance examination for admission to the MB.3. Interview ………… held on 18. respectively. 7. 12. The entrance examination for admission to the BSc (Hons) Nursing course was held in Delhi and Thiruvananthapuram on 22 June 2008. The Institute had also conducted the entrance examination for the post of Senior Residents/ Senior Demonstrators on 20 July 2008 at two centres in Delhi. outstation 54) in 10 cities of India on 1 June 2008. introduced from the year 2005. respectively.

16 March 2009 Interview……….iii) Laboratory Technician …. Interview………. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS The Examination Section has started providing Ball Point Pen for writing/marking of Answer/option to candidates and Invigilators for all the Entrance Examinations.………… Participation in other events 13.. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 30 .. The Examination Section actively participates in the counselling for admission to the AIIMSPostgraduate/Undergraduate courses and personal assessment/interview for BSc (Nursing) Post-certificate course. v) Scientist (Pharmacology) and) …… held on 14 March 2009 Scientist I (NMR )………. 15 May 2009. held on 8 March 2009..15 and 16 April 2009..

K. Sharma Research Section E.K.5. Establishment and Transport V. Anand (officiating) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 31 .D.S. General Administration Deputy Director (Administration) Shailesh Kumar Yadav. Mishra SECURITY Deputy Chief Security Officer Rajiv Lochan STORES Stores Officers R. Prasad Pradeep Kumar Gupta S. Lakra NDDTC Ajay Kumar Recruitment and Hostel Ravi Chauhan General and Estate Section K. IPS Chief Administrative Officer Attar Singh Senior Administrative Officers K.C. Rangabashiam Faculty.L. Chhoker Administrative Officers Hospital Kundan Kumar Public Relations and Telemedicine S. Vaid JPNA Trauma Centre Rajavelu Simon Legal and ACR N. Bhaduria K.L.V. Sharma ENGINEERING SERVICES DEPARTMENT Superintending Engineer B.S.

estate. These include the following: S.296 1.802 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 32 . matters related to Engineering Services Department. including personnel and establishment. Category/group Faculty Group ‘A’ Group ‘B’ Group ‘C’ Group ‘D’ Total Sanctioned strength 625 321 789 6. and employees’ welfare are looked after by the administration.847 7. security.906 9. stores. vigilance and public relations activities of AIIMS are controlled and supervised by the Deputy Director (Administration).GENERAL ADMINISTRATION The General Administration. including the main hospital. No. all the centres and administration. 4. materials and consumables. arranging meetings of statutory committees. The total sanctioned staff of AIIMS is 9937. management of estate and property. 2. 5. A brief description of the activities of these branches is given below. All matters relating to the Establishment Section and General Administration including appointment of staff. Each branch is headed by a senior officer with supportive officers and staff members. security arrangements. 1. purchase of equipments. There are various branches looking after the above-mentioned areas. 3.937 In position staff 446 190 614 4.705 1.

Singh (Department of Hospital Administration) GENERAL INFORMATION Total number of beds Main Hospital and private wards Bassinets CNC HOSPITAL PERFORMANCE INDICES Item Average length of stay (days) Average bed occupancy rate (%) Net death rate (%) Current Year 5.26 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 33 .7 Comments Indicates effective utilization of beds Indicates fair occupancy Indicates low mortality rate despite the fact that quite large number of critically ill patients are admitted to the hospital 1486 1038 25 423 Sanjay Arya (Department of Hospital Administration) Combined crude infection rate (%) 7.9 2.60 Please see Appendices I and II for details 8.7 78.9 79.7 Past Year 4. Main Hospital Medical Superintendent D.5 2.6.B. Sharma Additional Professor Siddhartha Satpathy (Department of Hospital Administration) Associate Professor I.K.

Sharma. region-wise and gender-wise admissions are given in Appendices III and IV. Chief Medical Record Officer. Central Admission Office and Hospital Enquiry Medical Records of patients admitted to the hospital are initiated from the Central Admission Office which also functions as an Enquiry counter. MRT attended the on-line registration of Birth and Deaths meeting on 18 September 2008 and 23 December 2008 in office of MOH. Sharma Education and Training A group of Medical Record Technician from St.K. in spite of the ever increasing number of patients that come to this hospital from all over the country as well as from abroad. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 34 . Chief Medical Record Officer. New Delhi. Computerization of Medical Records Computerization of Medical Records is in full swing. A group of 23 BSc (PC) Nursing students visited Medical Record Section (Main Hospital) and a brief lecture was delivered on Medical Record Management at AIIMS by Shri N.K. Health Department. A total of 82. New Delhi visited Medical Record Section (Main Hospital) and outpatient department of AIIMS. the Central Admission Office and Hospital Enquiry will be computerized and in the second phase. All types of information regarding patients. Sharma. Inpatient services The hospital has maintained its tradition of services and quality of patient care. Births and Deaths N. Meetings Shri N. During the first phase. DEO and Shri Ashok Kumar.1 Medical Record Services (Hospital) Chief Medical Record OfficerandSub-Registrar. All the inpatient records of the CN Centre are maintained by the Medical Record Section of the Main Hospital.K. The number of surgical procedures performed during the year in different surgical disciplines is given in Appendix V. The department-wise. NDMC. Shri Yogesh Kumar Sharma. Medical Record Section (Hospital) will be computerized.877 patients were admitted during the year in the various clinical units of the Main Hospital and CNC. doctors and centres are provided from this office. Records are systematically classified and categorized for easy retrievals in compactors. Palika Kendra.6. Stephens Hospital. departments. Court attendance A total of 1269 summons (average 4 summons per day) were attended to by the Medical Record Personnel in Delhi and outside Delhi.

6 — — AIIMS 2008-2009 / 35 .9 80.9 5.926 13.10.7 3.501 — — 4.155 — — 77.893 6. Newborn infants 4.877 — — 73.588 5.07.327 — — 305 — — 72. Average bed occupancy (%) a.335 850 833 17 79.1 — — Total 82. The details of the outpatient load profile are given in Appendix VI.786 patients attended the general outpatient department and specialty clinics of the main hospital.280 57. Outpatient department and specialty clinics A total of 15. 365 days x 24 hours.228 3. Newborn infants 7. Adults and children b.This office functions round the clock.33.2 68. i. Adults and children b.010 — — 14. No.621 2.221 — — 1. APPENDIX I Yearly Statistical Health Bulletin (2008–2009) S. Medical Record Technicians and other ministerial and hospital staff. Adults and children b.841 — — 6.47. Total days of care a. Total number of patient care days in hospital (as per daily census) a.03.246 59.2 — — 1.021 3.02.514 3. Adults and children b. Description 1. Total number of patients discharged a. Therefore.867 63. Adults and children b. Adults and children b.1 — — 4.11.555 — — 1. Total patient admitted a.327 — — 7. Newborn infants 5. Newborn infants 2. Average length of stay (ALS) a. Daily Average number of patients a.e.0 CNC 17. This office is manned by Receptionists. Adults and children b.8 6.49.259 2. Newborn infants 6. Newborn infants 3.21. Newborn infants Main hospital 65. the staff works in shifts.

593 4.0 — — — 2.08.834 3.766 8.486 797 157 APPENDIX II — — — — 923 229 694 6.106 1.3 4.1 0.3 0.491 1.1 0.8 325 303 353 38 55 37 32 5 9 7 3 7 160 124 117 128 10 9 6 4 1 — 2 1 1 47 201 186 225 28 46 31 28 4 9 5 2 6 113 21.099 Nephrology 4.994 7.082 1.680 2.6 30.2 3.909 3.303 1.129 1.862 13.5 5.896 7.2 1.357 1.257 5.Dischion arges Days of Average Total care length deaths of stay Deaths Deaths Gross under over 48 death 48 hours hours rate % Net death rate % Medicine I Medicine II Medicine III Surgery I Surgery II Surgery III Surgery IV Orthopaedics I Orthopaedics II Obstetrics and Gynaecology I Obstetrics and Gynaecology II 1.2 9.8 3.221 1.1 0.875 9.706 9.5 10.766 7.670 1.486 797 157 9.08. Intersex 2.8. Male babies b.7 13.2 0.503 995 1.2 20.261 8.5 0.2 Obstetrics and Gynaecology III 3.146 1.2 1.512 1. Deaths in casualty b.246 1.380 787 1.9 2.3 0.7 1.246 — — — 3.6 21.5 3.266 10.1 0.7 18.8 2.1 14.654 3.931 13.913 5.4 28.9 0.3 14.2 14. Death over 48 hours c.7 10.1 2.5 0.473 5.0 741.6 2. Net death rate (%) 10.4 3. Gross death rate (%) d. Death under 48 hours b.2 11.3 13.3 14.789 3.102 2 2.503 2.816 2.8 2. Total death (including newborns) a.353 974 1.667 11.291 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 36 .142 1.8 14. Attendance in casualty a.657 1. Brought dead in casualty Department-wise distribution (Main Hospital + CNC) Department Admiss.0 2. Births in hospital a.016 2. Female babies c.451 2.121 3.287 4.

363 472 30.303 7 119 58 — 4 1 1 1 — 18 22 20 18 7 19 — — 12 — 30 — 787 117 19 22 27 18 26 — 229 1.1 2.024 3.819 2.246 2.0 3.1 3.3 0.877 17.482 3 17.234 1.2 1.0 5.2 2.537 2.405 1.208 2.2 1.841 6.705 8.365 2.1 1.6 8.258 17.505 2.9 26.5 13.327 7.180 9.1 5.548 1.1 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 37 .0 5.446 Dermatology New Born Paediatrics I Paediatrics II Paediatrics III Paediatric Surgery Radio Therapy Dental Surgery Gastrointestinal and Liver PMR IRCH Total (MAIN) Cardiology CTVS Neurology I Neurology II Neurosurgery I Neurosurgery II Neuroanaesthesiology Total (CNC) GRANDTOTAL 3.549 OtolaryngologyIII 1.2 7.248 8.2 0.102 345 4.392 311 4.027 1.9 — — 7.989 5.867 7.2 16.9 3.2 0.337 9.0 Anaesthesiology 524 3.059 1.1 2.021 10.4 4.6 12.3 0.623 6.343 4.5 15.5 — — 5.445 7.646 1.6 290 1.295 53 172 573 696 34 190 472 59.355 2.3 6.337 1.2 Gastroenterology 2.514 5.5 — — 1.8 5.177 OtolaryngologyII 1.367 3.9 13.734 26.021 2.5 0.7 3.4 8.247 1.280 6.8 12.5 0.2 10.9 1.1 10.5 9.263 4.739 2.8 Otolaryngology I 1.271 2.2 2.2 4.5 2.2 7.094 5.1 50.7 4.528 1.877 11.7 9.49.287 5.8 23.737 1.661 1.4 0.394 1.3 2.9 6.6 6.8 2.501 9.285 1.0 17.8 — 0.8 2.593 191 158 80 121 67 77 — 694 2.754 9.Endocrine Haematology Psychiatry Urology 468 7.47.8 3.550 59 191 13.02.123 4.4 11.380 308 177 102 148 85 103 — 923 3.9 26.010 82.2 27.9 Nuclear Medicine 637 773 38 211 65.3 — 5.9 3.912 8.056 9.301 3.240 — 14.9 13.6 17.588 6.6 21 347 157 — 22 3 4 3 10 42 91 71 72 72 27 — — 52 1 51 — 2.1 — 2.5 4.221 73.894 421 2.016 14 228 99 — 18 2 3 2 10 24 69 51 54 65 8 — — 40 1 21 — 1.395 1.506 22.7 12.5 3.032 6.0 6.3 — 6.8 4.3 1.854 1.1 5.617 3.0 1.6 — 0.4 — 0.

102 345 4. 9.258 7.549 1.246 2.670 1. 3. 29. 10. 24. 16.550 59 191 637 . 26. 12.680 2. 2. 23.106 1.739 2. 30. 17. 6.. 1. 15.894 1.505 2. 28.661 1. 4.177 1.503 2. 11. 18.APPENDIX III Department-wise distribution of inpatients (2008–2009) S.834 3. Departments/Sections Medicine I Medicine II Medicine III Surgery I Surgery II Surgery III Surgery IV Orthopaedics I Orthopaedics II Obstetrics and Gynaecology I Obstetrics and Gynaecology II Obstetrics and Gynaecology III Nephrology Endocrine Gastroenterology Haematology Psychiatry Urology Otolaryngology I Otolaryngology II Otolaryngology III Dermatology Newborn Paediatrics I Paediatrics II Paediatrics III Paediatric Surgery Radiotherapy Dental Surgery Nuclear Medicine AIIMS 2008-2009 / 38 Numbers 1.082 1.099 4.146 1.819 2.446 3. 8.291 468 2. 5. 13.No. 7. 20. 19. 14. 21.129 3.121 3. 22.357 1. 25.657 1. 27.

31.549 403 65. 39.528 1.624 605 253 2.010 Total 40. 37. 38.211 8.362 2.867 7. 34.140 1.867 CNC 5.756 511 6.151 258 4. 40. 33.247 1.197 5.597 15. 32.014 2.511 9. 36.010 82.149 7.644 12.877 APPENDIX IV Region-wise distribution of inpatients (2008–2009) Number of patients Region Delhi Uttar Pradesh Haryana Bihar Rajasthan Punjab Other states Other countries Total Main Hospital 34.737 1.130 69 17. Gastrointestinal and Liver PMR IRCH Anaesthesiology Sub-total (MAIN) Cardiology CTVS Neurology I Neurology II Neurosurgery I Neurosurgery II Neuro-anaesthesiology Sub-total (CNC) GRAND TOTAL 773 38 211 524 65.367 3.877 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 39 .516 1.482 3 17. 35.646 1.679 472 82.953 3. 41.

154 28.262 5.474 1.827 1.218 85.755 2.057 24. 2. 8. 7.953 3.576 1.595 Total 3.578 3.926 20. 17. 16.713 1.863 1. 11.566 1.669 3.338 3.010 82.877 .598 Female child 4.558 277 64.190 1.412 26.105 1.355 2.335 807 1.909 3 161 128 292 65.694 — 14.Gender-wise distribution of inpatients (2008–2009) (Main Hospital and CN Centre) Location Main Hospital CNC Total Male 25. 5.064 1.755 13.252 277 79.254 5 9. No.217 3.796 Male child 10.197 5. 13.793 APPENDIX V Surgical procedures (2008–2009) Sl.477 1. 15.904 34. 9. Department 1.639 4.003 1. 6.351 1. 14.700 4.867 17.948 Total 65.843 2. 4.528 230 1.222 2.692 18.132 542 10.763 471 710 126 16. 3.390 6.751 1. 12.201 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 40 Minor 747 995 583 878 537 1.538 Female 24.037 2. 10. Surgery I Surgery II Surgery III Surgery IV Gastrointestinal and Liver Urology Obstetrics Gynaecology ENT Orthopaedics I Orthopaedics II Paediatric Surgery Dental Surgery Casualty Total (MAIN) Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery Neurosurgery I Neurosurgery II Total (CNC) GRAND TOTAL Major 2.634 8.

956 705 1.307 390 214 445 1.643 456 Total 1.916 7.516 2.095 1.472 5.888 2.263 1.310 3. General OPD 2.114 — 903 — 23.246 486 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 41 Old cases 64.29.762 2.368 33.031 20.919 549 20.731 2.613 31.114 5.348 39.121 163 356 226 3.444 1.108 15.658 487 325 1.APPENDIX VI Attendance in OPDs and Specialty Clinics (2008–2009) Medical disciplines 1.899 850 574 421 567 — 412 3. Specialty Clinics a) Well baby b) Fellow-up TB c) Renal d) Neurology e) Chest f) High-risk neonatal g) Genetic and birth defects DERMATOLOGY 1.394 31.993 5.054 32.945 3.889 942 .974 9.686 8.523 7.342 65.723 1.108 26.968 3.368 10.379 1.385 71.863 1. Specialty Clinics a) Chest b) Renal c) Endocrinology d) Nuclear Medicine e) Renal Transplant f) Rheumatology g) Geriatric HAEMATOLOGY GASTROENTEROLOGY PAEDIATRICS 1.236 947 948 33.681 — 1.382 2.805 3. Specialty Clinics a) Sexually transmitted diseases b) Allergy c) Leprosy d) Pigmentation e) Psycho-sexual f) Dermatology surgery PSYCHIATRY 1. Medicine 1.034 6.639 22. General OPD 2.803 2.315 3.229 1.518 4.077 5.037 31.250 4. General OPD 2.272 2. Specialty Clinics a) Walk-in b) Child guidance New cases 64.162 47.314 2.275 775 23. General OPD 2.

General OPD 2.960 7.77.261 12.421 1.426 10.489 93 80 Total 64.365 — 40.845 888 9 1. General OPD 2.741 276 291 2.216 — 28.993 2.229 1.845 629 3 1. General OPD 2. Surgery PAEDIATRIC SURGERY 1.414 1. Specialty Clinics a) Plastic Surgery b) Urology c) G.058 897 1.307 3. General OPD 2.281 5.576 1.695 7.013 — 259 6 363 649 214 — 34.310 44 37 314 952 8.051 320 328 3.665 — 12.335 2. Specialty Clinics a) Audiology b) Speech c) Hearing d) Voice e) Vertigo f) Rhinology New cases 36.613 61.419 3.084 859 616 101 100 Old cases 28. Specialty Clinic a) Hydrocephalus b) Intersex Clinic c) Urology ANAESTHESIA a) Pain clinic b) Pre-anaesthesia ORTHOPAEDICS 1.I.546 1.Surgical Disciplines Surgical discipline 1.560 126 1.881 — 40.189 1.973 7. Specialty Clinics a) Follow-up b) Tuberculosis c) Polio d) Scioliosis e) Hand f ) CTEV g) Arthritis OTORHINO-LARYNGOLOGY AND RUAS 1.579 — 75.474 1.771 97 2.331 223 3.16.105 194 180 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 42 .088 2.791 6.052 19.

862 847 9.878 1.344 23. SMCC Total New cases 29.08.07.029 4.897 92 — 520 6.23.181 57. Specialty Clinics a) Orthodontics b) Combined cleft palate c) Trigeminal neuralgia d) Restorative-cum-endodontic e) Oral prophylaxis f) Prosthodontics-cum.486 1. Casualty 2.148 6.77.256 344 26. General OPD 2.622 3.975 — 70.925 56.08.190 11 — 1.898 6.087 103 — 2. Nutrition 4.786 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 43 .758 2.408 8. General OPD 2.maxillofacial prosthesis OTHERS 1.703 1. Specialty Clinics a) Postnatal b) Infertility c) IVF d) Family welfare e) Antenatal f) Endocrine gynaecology g) High-risk pregnancy RADIOTHERAPY General OPD DENTAL SURGERY 1.06.172 11.163 89 242 11.172 11.149 39.486 1.142 9. PMR 5.217 2.991 136 15.917 7.556 15.603 Total 78.678 1.082 15.900 991 505 22.019 12.84.737 902 263 10.Surgical disciplines OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY 1.805 12.795 8. Employees Health Scheme 3.292 2.542 102 12.184 9.183 Old cases 48.224 2.541 449 34 2.805 2.154 2.866 22.

6.167 852 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 44 .058 1.759 60.618 3.39.2 Hospital Dietetics Services Chief Dietician Parmeet Kaur (Acting) Dietician Swapna Chaturvedi Gurdeep Kaur Richa Jaiswal Assistant Dietician Vasundhara Singh Anjali Bhola Monita Gahlot Number of indoor patients served Total number of diets Normal diets Semisolid Therapeutic diets Kitchen based enteral feeds Commercial enteral feeds Private ward diets Nutrition clinic—outpatients Old patients Males Females New patients Males Females different diets – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6.49.27.321 34.019 1.325 847 541 306 2.180 975 87.

26. etc. Medicines were arranged for poor and needy patients from Hospital Poor Patient Fund.500 Shri Sai Bhakta Samaj (Regd. the Rajgarhia Vishram Sadan.000 Rs 7.000 Rs 17.30. PM National Relief Fund.500 Rs 85.105 AIIMS Poor Fund Account Handicapped Children’s Rehabilitation Association Jawahar Bhawan Trust Rajendra Bhawan Trust Sahu Jain Trust Other Charitable Trust Lal Devi Charitable Trust Sewa Prakalp Trust Vijay Gujral Foundation Other individual donors Mrs Dwarka Prasad Trust Smt Anita Swani Shri Naresh Swani Gopal Foundation Anti-cancer drugs provided free to cancer patients Patients living below poverty line are being assisted to avail of financial assistance for their treatment from Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi.Patients were also assisted for admission.300 patients and their attendants The renovation of Rajgarhia Vishram Sadan was also undertaken so as AIIMS 2008-2009 / 45 .60. Sureka Vishram Sadan and Shri Sai Vishram Sadan provided shelter to over 16.000 (approximately) raised as donation.049 Rs 4.000 Rs 10.000 Rs 87.24.40.800 Rs 27. Health Ministers Discretionary Grant and other governmental and non-governmental agencies.800 Rs 25. Dharamshalas As a welfare activity through the aegis of the AIIMS Hospital Social Welfare Society.07.3 Medical Social Welfare Unit Welfare Office Preeti Ahluwalia PATIENTS WELFARE Patient care: Rs 46.035 Rs 50.000 Rs 26. exemption of levy charges and investigation charges.6.) Rs 7. Purpose For treatment and surgery of poor and needy patients who are undergoing treatment in the Main Hospital and Centres Donation Donor Rs 4.172 Rs 24.500 Rs 1.

Assistance for funeral expenses was also provided. school fees of two more children was sponsored through an individual donor. The AIIMS Football Team secured the runner-up position in the Inter Ministry Football Tournament. emotional. economic. The AIIMS Shooting Ball Team won the Inter Ministry Shooting Ball Championship and also secured 3rd prize in the 27th National Championship of Shooting Ball. In special cases. pillow covers and other items worth Rs 72. food is arranged through donors for the poor and needy inmates of the Vishram Sadans. Redressal of grievances Services are being provided for redressal of grievances to staff members and patients Sponsorship of school fees Handicapped Children’s Rehabilitation Association sponsored school fees for the wards of our ‘Group D’ employees. social. Cardigans and gifts were distributed to the children of employees studying in the nursery and primary school being run by Medical Institute Residents Welfare Association (MIRWA) in Ansari Nagar campus. Sports activities Facilitating participation of institute employees in the inter-ministry tournaments. Shakti Sewa Samiti Charitable Trust (regd) donated bed sheets. School fees of 32 children was sponsored for a period of 6 months (total amount of sponsorship Rs 58950). familial and marital problems and thereby enhance their social functioning. patients and their relatives so as to enable them to overcome/adjust to their physical. Diwali celebration On the occasion of Diwali. to the relatives of the deceased employees. pillows.000 (approx) for the benefit of the inmates. In addition.to improve the existing facility. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 46 . Counselling services and moral support was provided to the family members so as to assist them to accept/overcome the great loss they has suffered and thereby enable them to shoulder the responsibilities that had fallen on them. Employees’ Welfare Appointment on compassionate grounds Cases for appointments on compassionate grounds were dealt with. if required. Counselling services Counselling services were provided to employees. Free hearse van facility Free hearse van facility is being organized through Shri Sai Bhakta Samaj (Regd) to enable easy transportation of the dead body by the distressed relatives to their homes/crematorium in Delhi. It may kindly be ensured that the Annual Report of the Welfare Unit is not merged with that of the Medical Social Services Unit as both the Units are working independently of each other.

00 Rs 90.165 0.01. 6.851. These visits have helped the participants to gain first hand knowledge of the mechanized laundry with a view to start similar system in their own hospitals. Total voluntary donors From donation camps From AIIMS Blood Bank From Mobile Donation 19.R. Cost of washing material per piece (Rs) 5.052 4.599 Nil AIIMS 2008-2009 / 47 . Cenre. Dr R. Dr B. Total relative donors 2.00 (The amount disbursed is from the donations received from donors during the year as well as from the previous balance lying in the ‘AIIMS POOR FUND ACCOUNT’). Workload during the year 2008-2009 1. Total cost of washing material (Rs) 4.5 Hospital Laundry The mechanized laundry is providing its services to all departments of AIIMS Hospital.3171 1. Cardiothoracic and Neurosciences Centre.74. The laundry was visited by several batches of hospital administrators attending the courses at the National Institute of Health and Family Welfare and by several teams of doctors from other hospitals in the country. Donations received from donors: (Bank Interest + donations + Poor fund boxes) Payment made to [66+194] patients: Rs 6.527 15.23. Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital.P.6.623 16.853 12.17.4 Hospital Billing Section Following is the amount of donation received and the payments made to the patients during the financial year 2008–2009.651 8. Total weight (in kgs) 3. Total pieces processed 2.6 Blood Bank (Hospital) April 2008 to March 2009 Blood collection in donor room 1.653.030 6. Cost of washing material per kg of linen (Rs) 51.

649 466 96 33. Total blood issued to private ward (units) 17. Total received back (units) 13.068 180 1. Cell freezing 5. Platelet antibody 3. Total titre 9. Total ICT ICT positive 8. Group discrepancy AIIMS 2008-2009 / 48 42. Total Rh 4. DAT 6. Blood issued but not transfused 16. Total DCT DCT positive 11.020 77. Blood issued to IRCH IRCS CNC Total Special Procedure Laboratory 1.767 58. Total OPD grouping and Rh 5.775 82 Camps organized Routine Laboratory 1.314 5 139 4. Cross-matching discrepancy 7.583 632 841 1.55.3. Total small units 14. Reagent cell thawing 4. Total component issued to private wards 18.08. Total donor grouping 7. Total cross-match but not transfused 21.054 3.012 3.237 1. Total ABO grouping 3.270 239 68 742 Nil 43 99 22 . Total blood discarded (units) 15. Minor grouping 2. Total component issued to outside hospital 20.023 34. Total blood issued (units) 12.799 69. Collected from CNC IRCH Others Total collection 1. Total A/B 10. Total patients 2.140 926 158 9.956 Nil 2.591 2. Total cross-match (Emergency and Routine) 6.550 1. Total blood issued to outside hospital (units) 19.025 190 120 38.

Red blood cells 6.312 73 77 11 Component Laboratory 1. VDRL Total 25. AB screening Blood thawing Antibody identification Total Component QC Antisera QC EQAS 77 Nil 22 1. Single donor platelet pheresis (SDP) Total component prepared Infection Laboratory 1. Platelet-rich concentrate 2. HCV test 5.8. HBV test 3. 11.809 41.865 2.248 13.973 105 88. 9. Fresh-frozen plasma 3.725 984 30.959 39.513 41.311 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 49 . 10.229 17. Liquid plasma 4. 13.274 46. Anti-HBc test 4. HIV test 2.10. 12. Cryoprecipitate 5.165 40.

Khakha Senior Nursing Tutor Ms Geeta Razdan Ms Kiran Singh Simak Ms Sucheta Ms Meena Ara EDUCATION Undergraduate Fortynine students graduated from the four-year BSc (Hons) Nursing course. Cardiology/ CTVS Nursing 4. Oncology Nursing 6. Coordinator: Ms R. Neurosciences Nursing 5.7. Nephrology Nursing Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) 1.Sharma. A total of 32 nurses from AIIMS Hospital attended the update. Eighteen students have joined the program this year in the following specialties: 1.14 students graduated from MSc Nursing two year course. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 50 Nursing Tutor Ms Gayatri Batra Ms Shashi Mawar Ms Poonam Joshi Ms Babita Sahoo Ms Philomina Thomas Ms Rachel Andrews Ms Kamlesh Sharma . “Oncology Nursing Update” was held in October. The College of Nursing has organized the following Short-term courses/symposium / workshops: “Cardiology Nursing Update” was held in October. Psychiatric Nursing 3. Coordinator: Ms K. 2008. Postgraduate MSc Nursing . Critical care Nursing 7.Andrews. 2008. College of Nursing Principal Manju Vatsa Ms Meena Agarwal Ms Ashia Qureshi Lecturers Dr Sandhya Gupta Ms Deepika C. Paediatric Nursing 2. In all 37 nurses from AIIMS hospital attended the update. while 18 students graduated from the two-year BSc Nursing (Post-certificate) course.

CONSULTANCY AND PARTICIPATION AS EXPERT M. Symposium on “Disaster Management” was held on Annual day of the college. Gupta.Vatsa participated as a core group member for ‘PhD consortium in India’ coordinated by the Indian Nursing Council: took teaching sessions through Video conferencing for PhD scholars.C. 2008. Gujrat. Three “Master Trainers training program in HIV/AIDS” funded by INC-GFATM project were held. In all 17 nurses from AIIMS attended the update. Coordinator: Dr Manju Vatsa. 2. AIIMS. Haryana. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 51 . In all 17 nurses from AIIMS hospital attended the workshop.Journal of clinical nursing – education. 28 nurses from ART centres/ Community care centres from Delhi. Coordinator: Ms D. students & others from AIIMS hospital attended the programme. Chandigarh. Coordinator: Ms R. Punjab. Punjab.Andrews. 2009. A total of 90 Faculty members from different colleges of nursing in Delhi. Bangalore. Rajasthan. The College of Nursing conducted orientation/briefing sessions for: Two groups of visitors from abroad and 5 groups of visitors from various educational institutions of India. Coordinator: Dr S.Gupta. Quarterly publication of Prism books. Prism’s Nursing Practice. Rajasthan and Haryana attended the programmes. Kolkata. SNDT Mumbai.child and adolescent psychiatry” was held in October. Khakha Workshop on “Feeding of normal & sick newborns with special emphasis on breast feeding” was held in November. Member of the Indian Nursing Council and its executive and education committees. Total 27 nurses from AIIMS hospital attended the update. INC and RGUHS. Coordinator: Ms P.Agarwal. More than 350 nurse participants. Coordinator: Dr S. Pilot testing of Essential Newborn Care package for nurses training tool. continuing as Guide for 6 PhD scholars for consortium for PhD in Nursing. A five days “HIV/AIDS training for nurses” funded by NACO/DSACS. Coordinator: Dr S. WHO collaborating centre for newborn care. training and career development. Chandigarh and Madhya Pradesh attended the training. Member National Advisor Board. Workshop on “Substance use disorder nursing” was held on March 2009. 2008. In all 24 nurses from AIIMS Hospital attended the update. Coordinator: Ms M.Gupta. In all 34 nurses from AIIMS hospital attended the update. “Neurological Nursing Update” was held in September. (earlier called The Journal of Nursing) .“Nephrology Nursing Update” was held in March. since its inception in 2005. 2007. Faculty members of the College attended 21 workshops/conferences and delivered 67 lectures for 35 continuing nursing/medical education programmes and workshops held during the year. Workshop on “Mental Health Nursing.Joshi. Chattisgarh.

Lecturers participated as expert for Development of “training manual for nurses for trainers and nursing personnel in HIV/AIDS” organized by the Indian Nursing Council. Ms R.Khakha. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Govt. Revision of MTP act. and NACO Two days orientation training program for trainers for HIV modules organized by the Indian Nursing Council under GFATM project. Andrews and Ms Deepika C. Dr S Gupta is nominated as: AIIMS 2008-2009 / 52 . Lecturer continue to be on review panel of Indian Journal of Nursing and midwifery Dr Manju Vatsa . Technical meeting on strengthening nursing and midwifery programmes to support NRHM. PGI Chandigarh Review meeting on Pre service IMNCI for NIPI states LHMC/WHO Commonwealth steering committee for nursing and midwifery in SE asia region Workshop on HR issues for nursing and Midwifery including HIV/AIDS implications and presentation proposal writing and influencing skills Expert group meeting on community and home based newborn care – finalization of and strategy modules NIHFW and UNOPS Invited as Chief Guest for ENBC training for teachers in Haryana state at MM College of nursing. GNM as Skilled Birth Attendant.Member of organizing committee for XVI National Conference of Indian association of Social Psychiatry. INC. Maternal Health Division. Govt. Principal and Ms Sandhya Gupta. INC Teaching modules for ANM school teachers for midwifery INC Skilled birth attendant modules and teaching –INC and CEDPA Indian Association of Neonatal Nurses (IANN) president and executive Committee member Regional advocacy workshop on Tobacco control law and measures” PGI Chandigarh of Health and Family Welfare. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Development of National maternal health policy. Govt. Dept of Psychiatry Convenor for the worshop on Lactation Management conference of ISOPARB.of India. Mullana Ambala Dr Manju Vatsa. AIIMS. New Delhi She was Expert member for Technical resource group on HRD for Technical support forcapacity building and HR planning and Development.of India Strengthening of Pre-service educatin of ANM.of India Tobacco Cessation centre. Principal and Dr Sandhya Gupta. NACO-Phase III.

AIIMS. Member of Editorial Board: International Journal of Nursing Education Member Expert group of NACO on HIV/AIDS for IDUs. Expert group member of committee on geriatric care homes in India by Helpage India Participated as expert for revision of syllabus of ‘Nursing management of Substance Use Disorders for Paramedical staff. Worked as counsellor for IGNOU Post basic BSc nursing 2nd year students in Medical Surgical Nursing course (24 hours) Ms Rachel Andrews. Ms Deepika Khakha was Co-ordinator for Asian Congress of Urology. Ms Deepika Khakha.AIIMS . 2008. Govt of India Member Education committee. 2008. Indian nursing Council Member of technical committee. 08. AIIMS in Nov. held in Delhi in February. organized by Indian geriatric society. Nursing Workshop. October 2008 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 53 . Indian Standard’s Institute Was organizing secretary for National workshop on teaching and learning methods for health professions” organized by CMET. 2009 Ms Rachel Andrews Was trainer for HIV/AIDS TOT under the GMFT project at con AIIMS and Kolkata Coordinator for HIV/AIDS course for the NACO in training of nursing personnel working in ART centers Was expert committee member for developing evaluation tools for the critical care specialty training for nurses organized by booc. Facilitator for workshops on ‘standards for old age homes’ and ‘standards for long term care’ for the Conference Proceedings of international conference of Gerentology. and Ms Kamlesh Sharma attended workshop for “Medical Teachers on Research Methodology Improving Quality of PG theses held at Department of Paediatrics.Chief editor of Indian Society of Psychiatric Nurses Joint-organizing secretary for International conference of Indian society of Psychiatric Nursing to be held in 2009 at Bangalore. Resource Person for Sessions for NACO Training in HIV Counselling for Paramedical Staff of Central Paramiltary Forces Medical Services organized by Jamia Milia Islamia University. AIIMS in Nov. 3-4 October. Organized National workshop on teaching and learning methods for health professions” organized by CMET. NDDTC.

Vatsa. Ms K. March 2009. May 2008.Ms Kamlesh Sharma. A. 2008. Safdarjang and RML Hospitals NIPI • Jamia Milia Islamia University Faculty members of the College participated in conduct of inspections and examinations in various colleges of nursing and universities in India.Sharma. Principal and other faculty members participated as resource persons/committee Members for the following organizations: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Various committees at AIIMS Indian Nursing Council: General Body. AIIMS. Stephen Hospital. Qureshi. under INC. KMC practices session in “Lactation management and KMC workshop” ISOPARB conference.K College of Nursing. College of Nursing of Batra Hospital and St. For development of training module on Midwifery.S. November 2008. S. G. Government of India R. was resource person for Training of trainers workshop on “Breast self examination” for CGHS doctors from Delhi . organized by INC Subcommittee member (DNC) to develop ANM practical records and question bank. Dr M.GFATM project Ms Kiran Singh is continuing as programme officer of NSS Unit. AIIMS.A. Razdan. Executive Committee and Education committee Baba Farid University of Health Sciences Faculty of Nursing: Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Chandigarh: Board of Studies in Nursing NEIGRIHMS Shillong – NIMHANS – Selection Committee Indira Gandhi National Open University: Core/expert group member Trained Nurses’ Association of India Indian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery: Review Committee G. Indraprastha University – Institutional Assessment committee Indian Academy of Hospital Administration I. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 54 .G. Lecturer. University: Inspections. P. One day workshops on Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and Chacha Nehru Hospital in Delhi. Mawar. external lecturers selection committee CMET. December. Thomas attended Master trainer training programme on HIV/AIDS for nurses organized by CON AIIMS.P.AIIMS adjunct faculty Punjab University .

PUBLICATIONS Arora S. Vatsa M. Breastfeeding practices of urban and rural mothers in North India: A longitudinal study. held in Delhi in February. Gupta S. Paul V. Prevention of obesity. Comparison of burden between family caregivers of patients having schizophrenia and epilepsy. Lal R. Dadhwal V. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 55 . Gupta S. 2009.in/test. prevention of female feticide. a community awareness camp was held in Kalyanpuri . They organized and conducted 6 rounds of Pulse Polio programme at 2 centers of South Delhi. ISSN:1540-2614. Indian Journal of Community medicine (serial online) 2008. Investigation into the quality of life of institutionalized older persons. 6. Khakha DC. Knowledge attitude and practices among health care professionals regarding pain in children. taking treatment from Trilok puri treatment centre. Subhashini L. Fahey JL. Nyamathi A.CLINICAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICES The faculty and students participated in outdoor and indoor patient-care activities of all the departments of the institute. Vatsa M. HIV/AIDS substance abuse. Singh MB. The internet Journal of Epidemiology 2009. PNC Care etc. No. Vatsa M. JANC (Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS care) 2008. Leake B. available from http:/www/ijcm.org. Papers published in Conference Proceedings of international conference of Gerentology. Comparison of two pain scales in Indian children. New born care. Subhashini L. organized by Indian geriatric society. The Indian Journal of Paediatrics. Indian Journal of Paediatrics 2008. Lodha R. HIV knowledge improvement among nurses in India: Using a train the trainer program. • • • • • • • Hundred health education sessions in rural areas and 100 in urban slums and OPDs on various health issues such as B. PMID: 18568301 [PubMed]. 2008. Oommen A. Newborn week was celebrated in November 2009. organized by Government of NCT of Delhi. A study to compare cabbage vs hot and compresses in treatment of breast engorgement. accepted 2009. 19. ‘Prevention of Substance abuse’. Cited 2008 July 24. Street plays (10) and exhibitions on various health related topics for urban slums. Lodha R.asp?2008/ 33 /3/160/ 42053. Smith DM. Ms Kiran Singh coordinated and supervised the programme. Vatsa M. Indian Pediatrics. One month Training programme on “Life skills” for Street children and school drop-outs in Trilok puri An educational programme for patients recovering from Substance Use disorder. Immunization. Vatsa M.P.33. Vol.160-2. 100 women participated in Breastfeeding promotion programmes in urban and rural community at Ballabhgarh. Sreeja I.

Gupta S. Dr S Gupta is Awarded PhD in August 2008 in old age care by Panjab University. held in Delhi in February. Vatsa M. Sabitha PB. Papers published in Conference Proceedings of international conference of Gerentology. 2008. Gupta S. Punjab University. 2008. The module litracy for safe motherhood. In: Connell J (ed). Khakha DC. Mahajan S. Gupta S. Khakha DC. Proceedings of The Richmond Fellowship and Asia Pacific Forum Conference: Psychosocial Rehabilitation Across Cultures organized by Richmond society. Dr Manju Vatsa is Nominated member. Mrs M Aggarwal.Gupta S. The international Migration of Health workers. Yadav SL. Mawar S. Vol. 2008. India Journal of Nephrology 2008. 6:125-127. Investigation into the quality of life of parents of mentally challenged children. Baba Farid University of Health Sciences. Khakha DC. A comparative study to assess the qualify of life of patients with ESRD on two different dialysis modalities and to identify factors associated with the qualilty of life. held in Bangalore in November. Project Litracy initiative for Empowerment (LIFE) by UNESCO and NIOS (National Open School). et al. New York: Routledge 2008. Thomas P. faculty of nursing. The Nursing Journal of India. Gupta S. Faridkot. Aggarwal M. organized by Indian geriatric society. Role of nurse in psychosocial rehabilitation. P107. Adherence is key to HIV treatment. Chandigarh. held in Delhi in November. AWARDS AND HONOURS Principal. HIV/AIDS and ART training for nurse-facilitator’s guide and nurses manual published by NACO and INC. Dr S Gupta has been nominated as a Member of Board of studies. Razdan G. lecturer is selected for ‘Dr Sehgal oration award’ by the Society of Indian Neuro Science Nursing. 2008.18:155-158. 2008. Papers published in Conference Proceedings of international conference of Social Psychiatry by Indian society of social psychiatry. May. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 56 . XCIX. 2009. Training need of formal and informal caregivers of older persons. Indian Nurses: seeking new shores. Effect of cryotherapy on arteriovenous fistula puncature related pain in hemodialysis patient. Indian Journal of Nursing. Punjab.

Financial Adviser Member 22. Mahla. Dr N. Dr A. Dr P. Member 8. Dr S. Jagannathan. Pandey.K. The Research Committee constituted by the Director is as follows: From 1 April 2008 to 7 July 2008 1. Professor and Head of T. AIIMS has been at the forefront of conducting high quality research. Professor of Medicine Member 18. This section deals with the administration of all the extramural research conducted at AIIMS. Guleria. Professor of Orthopaedics and Vice-Chairperson Professor-in-Charge (Research Section) 3. Kotwal. Dr V. Professor R.P. Professor of Endocrinology and Metabolism Member 20.7 crore. Professor and Head of Biochemistry Member 12.K. Dr Subrata Sinha. K. Professor and Head of NMR Member 10. Dr S. Dr R.K.C. IRCH Member 7. During the year under review. Deka. Dinda. Bahl. Sh. Dr Sunil Chumber. S. Research Section The mandate of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences makes research an important and integral part of the activities of the faculty. Professor of Ophthalmology Member 16. Chhoker. Dr J. A Representative of Society of Young Scientists Member AIIMS 2008-2009 / 57 . Professor and Head of Biostatistics Member 14. Dr R. Dean (Academic) Chairperson 2. Sh. Deputy Director (Administration) Member 6.S. Professor of Microbiology Member 17. Mehra. Panda. Rath. Dr Kameshwar Prasad.P. Tyagi. Dr Shobha Broor. Dr N. Professor of Neurology Member 15. A Representative of the Indian Council of Member Medical Research (ICMR) nominated by Director General. ICMR 21. Sub-Dean (Academic) Member 4.K. both in the fields of basic and applied health sciences.I. Dr Nikhil Tandon. Malhotra. Dr A. Dr G. Garg.K. Sub-Dean (Exam) Member 5. Professor and Head of Pathalogy Member 9. Professor of Biotechnology Member 19. Professor and Head of Radiotherapy Chief. Professor and Head of Cardiology Member 13. Professor and Head of Nuclear Medicine Member 11.M.I. Finance and Chief Accounts Member-Secretary Officer (Research Section) Senior Administrative Officer (Research) 24.C. Member 23. the faculty of AIIMS had 381 ongoing projects and initiated 110 new projects from national and international agencies amounting to nearly Rs 58.8.P.R.

V. Dr S. Bal. Murthy. Dey. Dr R.K. Professor of Medicine 8. Professor of Biochemistry 4. Scientist-III. Dr C.K. Professor of Medicine and Professor-in-Charge (Research Section) Ongoing projects funded by Indian agencies Investigator Anatomy Rima Dada Shashi Wadhwa Shashi Wadhwa Analysis of mitochondrial DNA mutations in pathogenesis of spermatogenic arrest.S.I. Professor R. Deka. 13. Additional Professor of Pathology 14. Handa. Professor and Head of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 3.062 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 58 . Sharma.35. Dr A. Roy DST 4. Chauhan. Aggarwal. Regional electron microscope facility Influence of prental auditory stimulation on the develop-ment of synaptic proteins brain derived neurotrophic growth factor and spatial memory in chick hippocampus Prenatal development and maturation of human inferior colliculus ICMR DST DBT 6.087 16. Dr G. Dr Rama Chaudhary. Additional Professor of Community Medicine 11. Dr N. Dr Sunil Chumber. Dr S.D. Professor and Head of Pharmacology 7.R.S. Department of Paediatrics 15. Sub-Dean (Academic) 12.003 Chairperson Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member-Secretary Project Funding agency Funds (Rs) T. Dean (Academic) 2.B. Dr S. Additional Professor of Nephrology 10. Gupta.From 8 July 2008 to 31 March 2009 1.S. Dinda. Associate Professor of T. Jagannathan.29. Mitra.64. Bhatnagar. Professor and Head of Biotechnology 6. Dr D. Dr A.K.S.45.020 7. Professor of Microbiology 5. Professor of Nuclear Medicine 9. Dr Y.I. Dr Y.C.K.

780 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 59 .C. Rajeswari ICMR ICMR 5.mediated regulation of low-density lipoprotein receptor (LDLR). Chandra DST 6.528 Kalpana Luthra M.58. Rao ICMR ICMR 2. To analyze the signal transduction pathway in the two Genetic polymorphism of cholesterol ester transfer protein in hyperlipidemic patients.N.76.02.945 6.32. Rao D.400 D.497 5.16.N.17.356 5.55.50. Rao ICMR 4. Rao D. Identification and Development of protein biomarkers and circulating DNA for clinical diagnosis Studies on SREBP. Rao ICMR DBT DBT 7.N.238 D.N.IL-8.Biochemistry D.52.707 D. Rao D.N.N.301 Kalpana Luthra ICMR 1. Rao To evaluate the correlation between levels of cytokines (IL-6. A case control study SDF-1 and DC-SIGNR polymorphisms and expression in HIV-1 infection Neurological disorders Friedreich’s ataxia (FRDA) and spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA) associated with DNA trinucleotide repeats.R.28.70.523 2.N.IL-10) in seminal plasma in different groups of infertile men and correlation with sperm morphology functions and bacteria infection in semen Immunocapture based diagnostic assay for the detection of Plasmodium falciparum HRP-2 and LDH antigen Development defensin(s) as a mucosal adjuvant/ imicrobicife with peptide antigens of HIV Immunocapature based diagnostic assay for the detection of plasmodium falciparum HRP-2 and LDH antigen T Reg cells and other negative regulatory elements of IL-2 in leprosy patients Development Defensin(s) as a mucosal adjuvant/ imicrobicife with peptide antigens of HIV Programme for productization of diagnostics and development of prophylactics for neglected infectious diseases with filariasis as a model Differential cell response of goat granulose cell to LH or hCG stress in cell culture system. low -density lipoprotein receptor-related protein (LRP) and receptor-associated protein (RAP) ICMR 2.025 Kalpana Luthra ICMR 4.90.601 N.

S.40.57.663 S.32.N.969 5.82.29.60.566 4.590 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 60 .949 Subrata Sinha Subrata Sinha Subrata Sinha DST DST ICMR 24. Chauhan Subrata Sinha DST DRDO DST 3.574 4. Chandra DBT 11.15.20.28.568 4.65. HDL and associated gene polymorphisms in relation to the risk and severity of coronary artery disease Hypoxia and CPG island methylation of selected loci in tumor cell genome: Modulation of methylation and subsequent effects on cell proliferation and chemotherapeutic response Characterization of the positive regulatory region of the first exon of human cathepsin L gene Mechanism(s) of regulation of human dipeptide peptidase-III expression in tumor cell lines Interaction of DNA repair genes and p53 in determinning the cellular response to genotoxic agents in glial tumor cell-lines.636 Neeta Singh Neeta Singh Neeta Singh Nibhriti Das ICMR ICMR DBT CSIR 2.49.422 Parthaprasad Chattopadhyay ICMR 3.S.45.634 3.C.954 2.C.112 Nibhriti Das ICMR 6. Chauhan S. nitric oxide. Funds for improvement of S&T infrastructure (FIST) Deregulated initiation of translation in oral carcinogenesis Generation and characterization of phage displayed recombinant antibodies to biochemically and immunologically relevant epitopes of the oncodevelopmental antigen heat stable alkaline phosphatase ICMR 5.608 29.088 N. Chandra An in vitro model study of hyperlipoproteinemia on the degree of LDL receptor expression in placental trophoblast cells: Correlation with oral steroid contraceptive induced hyperlipoproteinemia An in vitro silencing of endogenous oxidized-LDLreceptor(LOX-I)gene by SiRNA: Study of NF-KB activated expression of proinflammatory cytokines and related atherogenic proteins-its evaluation against anti-inflammatory cytokine mediated responses Mitochondria in apoptosis and human cancer A study of molecular and biological factors in pathogenesis of ovarian cancer Development of HPV vaccine prototype Expression and modulation of complement receptors: Significance in the pathophysiology and prognosis of autoimmune disorders Evaluation of the role of free radical homeostasis cell adhesion molecules.28.50.

80. Bhardwaj Sneh Anand Evaluation of vaginal microbial flora and sperms after styene maieic anhydride (SMA) application Analysis of autonomic nervous system correlates and health of rhythmic breathing techniques 2.28.185 Biophysics A.Subrata Sinha Ligand based selection from combinatorial libraries for generating recombinant antibodies to the placental (oncofetal) isozyme of alkaline phosphatase: Characterization and validation in clinical cancers Therapy of infectius and chronic diseases. New Delhi Structure based rational drug design: Development of specific anti-inflammatory agents using phospholipase A2 and cyclooxygenase-2 as target enzymes DBT DBT 3.350 Punit Kaur Sharmistha Dey ICMR CSIR 13.98.730 Biomedical Engineering Unit J. Targeted gene delivery and long-term specific modulation of gene expression DBT 4.54.C.200 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 61 .56.41. Bhardwaj Reversibility of injectable intravasal contraceptive for the male technology development and multicentric non human primates study Study of fallopian tube function with luminal implant MOHFW 2.805 Krishna Dalal ICMR 8.956 3.C. Bhardwaj Markansas Research Division IIT 1.831 Krishna Dalal CCRYN 3.C.80.920 MOHFW 12.061 Punit Kaur DST 4.50.04.05.26. Srinivasan A.60. Srinivasan Infrastructural support for clinical proteomics Proteomics of human body fluids: Structural characterization of proteins and target identifications for diagnosis and drug discovery A randomized clinical trial on the effect of reflexology in the management of patients suffering from diabetic neuropathy: Case studies Randomized clinical trial (RCT)of reflexology therapy and usual drug treatment in the management of intractable epilepsy Three-dimensional structure determination of the novel mammalian signaling proteins SPX-40 secreted during involution and their complexes with various oligosaccharides and designed oligopeptides Setting up bioinformatics centres at AIIMS.88.125 Subrata Sinha DBT 23.029 J.919 J.989 7.

733 Biostatistics R. glycyrrhizin and adefovir in HBV related decompensated cirrhosis DST 2.21.03.074 R. Prasad H.906 4.72. Singh DST DBT 3.70.83. M. lamivudine and adefovir.56.47. M. Prasad DST DBT 6.958 V.300 Biotechnology Anushree Gupta Polymorphisms in genes of the endothelin system in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting sugery and having a concomitant diagnosis for diabetes Functional characterization of RV2986c.720 H.18.571 0 Sujata Sharma DST 5. Prasad H. Pandey ICMR 2. Sreenivas ICMR 2. K. a DNA binding protein of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Study of transmission of livestock derived pathogenic mycobacteria and its prevalence among humans (zoonotic tuberculosis) Development of vaccine for control of bovine tuberculosis Molecular switch in Th1-Th2 response by SMAR1: Its implications in Mycobacterium infection ICMR 10.08.99.19. K. K.438 5.364 H. P.221 Sujata Sharma T. Pandey Development of appropriate prevention and intervention strategies for non-communicable nutrition related disorders among women in post-reproductive period New born screening for congential hypothyroidism and congenital adrenal hyperplasia: A multicentric study A multicentric randomized controlled clinical trial of lamivudine.489 3. Prasad DBT DBT 64.343 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 62 .Sharmistha Dey Sujata Sharma Sujata Sharma Design synthesis and evaluation of inhibitiors of Lipooxygenase a anti-inflammatory agents Structural studies of signaling proteins expressed during involution/breast cancer and ligand design Determination of amino acid sequnce and threedimensional structure of phospholipase A2 from Indian red scorpion Isolation and three dimensional structure determination of the noval signaling protein SPX-40 from memory gland secretion during involution Clinical proteomics: Structural and functional studies of proteins present in pleural fluid Distinguished Biotechnologist award DST DST DST 5.467 8. K.88.

46.S.17.500 J.S.47. LCAT.380 J.35. Tyagi Satya N.938 14. Tyagi DBT 2.223 1.50.478 Cardiac Biochemistry R. Tyagi Fast Track Proposal: Pharmacophore-based screening of compounds targeting DevR response regulator and assesment of their anti-Mycobacterium tuberculosis activity Evaluation of devRmutant of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in animal model of tuberculosis and in cultured bacilli: Virulence and gene expression analysis High throughput PCR assays for diagnosiing tuberclusis caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobactorium bovis using molecular beacons Reconstructing cellular network: Two-component regulatory systems Studies of FAC (CD95) and FAS ligand (CD95L) gene polymorphisms and their association with tobacco related oral carcinomas Development and characterization of autologous NKT cell vaccine for active specific immunotherapy of oral squamous cell carcinoma DST 7.920 Cardiac Radiology Gurpreet Gulati MRI for in vivo tracking iron oxide labeled mesenchymal stem cells in a rat model of heart failure DBT 13.J.213 Cardiac Anaesthesiology Poonam Malhotra Kapoor Myocardial preconditioning against infarction in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery: A comparision of isoflurane and sevoflurane ICMR 15. Lakshmy ICMR DBT 2. Tyagi DBT 2.495 J. Lakshmy ICMR 12.34.82. Lakshmy R.04.S.25.84. Das DBT ICMR 38.82. Das DBT 6.304 Satya N. HDL3 and apolipoprotein A 1 levels in a large Indian industrial population: Association with genetic variants in CETP. hepatic lipase and LPL gene Relation of candidate gene variants regulating triglyceride metabolism to serial changes in childhood body mass index and coronary artery disease risk factors in young adulthood Low dose magnesium sulphate regimen for management of eclampsia: A randomized controlled trial Circulating endothelial progenitor cells in CAD patients: Role of telomere length and telomerase activity in EPC senescence DST 19.S. Lakshmy Evaluation of HDL2.031 R.414 R.000 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 63 .

000 Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery Balram Airan Balram Airan Establishment of Centre for Stem Cell Research: Basic and Translational Surgical treatment for ischemic heart (STICH) failure trial Use of autologous bone marrow stem cells for myocardium regeneration DBT CLINIRx Research Pvt Ltd.49.215 R.155 220.30. P. Pvt Ltd 7. K. Gurgaon DBT 717. Kharbanda To develop indigenous bite force measuring appliance and to test in patients with different clinical conditions Development of visual analog scale for smile characteristics following orthodontic treatment and its correlation with the treatment outcome DBT ICMR 246.27. Karthikeyan Stanford India Biodesign Programme Cardiovascular product evaluation support service for industry Biodesign in medicine Non-invasive detection of sub-clinical disease activity inpatients with established rheumatic valvular heart disease Intravascular ultrasound for severe pulmonary artery hypertension in congential heart diseases Clinical validation of a low cost telemedicine equipment at a tertiary care hospital DBT DBT DBT DBT 1. Bahl DST N.342 Centre for Dental Education and Research Veena Jain O.000 12.00.54.124 51.839 2.278 Rajesh Sagar 800.25. Efficacy and safety of a Gomeiatine (25Mg/day with potential adjustment at 50 mg/day with potential adjustment at 50 mg/day given orally compared to placebo in addition to a mood stablizer in bipolarri patients with a current major depressive episode MOHFW Ranbaxy/ EliLilly Pvt Ltd Quintiles Spectral India 103.146 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 64 .350 6.Cardiology Balram Bhargava Balram Bhargava Balram Bhargava G. C.29. in treatment of major depression. Protocol H9pMC-Linbd.50.50.683 287. Juneja V.734 Centre for Behavioural Sciences (Psychiatry) Manju Mehta Pratap Sharan National mental health programme A study of the effects of LY: A selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (NERI).60.008 Balram Airan 9.580 5.

477 A randomized double blind study of efficacy of lactob CD Pharma acillus CD2 lozenges in preventing radiation and India Pvt Ltd chemotherapy induced oral mucositis in head and neck AIIMS 2008-2009 / 65 .124 54. Sharma V. Anand Puneet Mishra ICMR DST 193. Ambedkar Institute–Rotary Cancer Hospital Ritu Gupta SERC FAST TRACK Scheme: Immunophenotypic characterization of plasma cells by flowcytometry in health and disease with particular reference to plasma cell myeloma Regulatory T cells repertoire in plasma cell myeloma DST 21.477 Centre for Dental Education and Research Ajoy Roychoudhry A randomized double blind placebo controlled study of efficacy of lactobacillus CD2 lozenge in patients with chronic periodontitis Ritu Duggal Detection of apoptosis in human periodontal ligament during orthodontic tooth movement CD Pharma India Pvt Ltd ICMR 358. Sharma ICMR DBT 415.752 200. Verma Randomized clinical trial of azathioprine weekly pluse versus daily azathioprine for the treatment of parthenium dertmatitis A phase II. R.Centre for Community Medicine K. double blinded.058 V.415 K. oral Gabapentin in post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN) Evaluation of cyclophosphamide pulse therapy as adjuvant in the management of pemphigus Programme support for skin pigmentation and melanocyte-keratinocyte biology ICMR 480. K. randomized placebo controlled non-inferiority trial of Epi Cept TM NP-1 topical cream (Amitriptyline 4% Ketamine 2%) vs. K.959 Neena Khanna Apothecaries Ltd 291.621 Ritu Gupta Atul Sharma DBT 483.000 Dr B.368 717.666 Dermatology and Venereology K. Anand Development of a model for integrated management of non-communicable diseases through existing health system in India NCD Risk Factor Surveillance under Integrated Diseases Surveillance project Development of appropriate prevention and intervention strategies for non-communicable nutrition related disorders among women in postreproductive period ICMR 932. K.889 453.

748 417.041 88. K. Endothelial progenitor cells as biomarker of disease activity in multiple myeloma A study of the prevalence and type of anaemia in lymphoid malignancies Characterization and functional analysis of differentially expressed genes in esophageal cancer ICMR Dr Reddy’s Lab Pvt Ltd 508.801 387. K. K. Shukla P.910 P.200 389.630 Lalit Kumar Lalit Kumar ICMR ICMR 913. parallel-group. K. Julka DBT DBT Global Cancer Concern India DST 229. docetaxel in patients Ranbaxy/ with locally advanced or metastatic non-small cell lung EliLilly Pvt Ltd cancer A randomised. EGFR status and tumor grading in determining the outcome of early epithelial ovarian cancers To study the molecular biology of multiple myeloma. Rath Patterns of care and survival studies in Cancer Registry Programme A randomized controlled comparative trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of 2-Deoxy-D-Glucose(2DG)as a radiomodifier in the treatment of Glioblastoma multiforme Expansion of adult human bone marrow and cord blood stem cells for reprogramming into hepatpcytes Neoadjuvant chemotherapy follwed by interval debulking surgery versus upfornt surgery followed by chemotherapy in stage III and stage IV epithelial ovarian carcinoma In vitro expansion and establishment of human fetal liver hematopoietic stem cell line Grastim (G-CSF) mobilized peripheral blood progenitor cell (PBPC) transplantation (allogenetic or autologous): A multicentric study Combination of P53. phase III study comparing the efficacy and tolerability of fulvestrant (FASLODEX) 500 mg with fulvestrant (FASLODEX) 250 mg in postmenopausal women with oestrogen receptor positive advanced breast cancer progressing or relapsing after previous endocrine therapy An open label randomized multi-centre phase III study of trastuzumab in combination with a fluoropyrimidine and cisplatin versus chemotherapy alone as first-line therapy in patients with HER2 positive advanced gastric cancer Quintiles Spectral India P. multicentre.050 58. Julka Siro Clin Pharma Pvt Ltd 49.553 Lalit Kumar Lalit Kumar DBT Dr Reddy’s Lab Pvt Ltd DBT 1.503 Lalit Kumar Lalit Kumar Lalit Kumar N.B.811 660. double-blind. K. Julka 101.040 360.484 Lalit Kumar 19. Mohanti G. K.484 A phase III trial of ALIMTA vs.366 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 66 .821.

sequential group.516 V. phase I study of RWJ 800088 in subject with cancer receiving plantinum-based chemotherapy regimens protocol 800088-NAP-1002: Phase I A SU011248 expanded access protocol for systemic therapy of patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma who are ineligible for participation in other SU011248 protocol but may derive benefit from the treatment with Su011248 A randomized double blind multicentre placebo controlled study of adjuvant lapatinib in women with early stage Erb B2 overexpressing breast cancer EGF 105485 Quintiles Spectral India 398.816 V. multicenter. P. placebocontrolled.295 Sameer Bakhshi Cadila Healthcare 302. Raina Dr Reddy’s Lab Pvt Ltd Pfizer Ltd 40. Julka A randomized double blind placebo controlled multicentre phase 3 study of denosumab on prolonging bone metastasis free survival in men with hormone refractory prostate cancer Antioxidants as adjunct to chemotherapy of lung cancer: In vitro study A treatment protocol for patients with gastrointestinal stromal tumor who are ineligible for participation in other SU011248 protocols and are refractory to or intolerant of imatinib mesylate An ascending dose. Raina Pfizer Ltd 482.667 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 67 . Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences Gita Satpathy Evaluation of ploymerase chain reaction assay for detection of HSV genome in tear specimens as a rapid diagnostic tool for laboratory diagnonsis of HSV keratitis particllary stromal keratitis and atypical epithelial keratitis vis antigen detection and genomic DNA detection by PCR assay in corneal scrapings ICMR 578. Raina Randomized phase 3 trial of ALIMTA (Pemetrexed and Ranbaxy/ Carboplatin) versus Etoposide and Carboplatin in EliLilly Pvt Ltd extensive stage small cell lung cancer An open label multicentric study to assess the efficacy and safety of pegylated recombinant human granulocyte colony stimulating factor (pegfilgastrin) injections in patients undergoing myelosuppressive chemotherapy An open label multicentric study to assess the efficacy and safety of recombinant human granuocyle colony stimulating factor (filgastrim) injections in patients undergoing myelosuppressive chemotherapy Cadila Healthcare 207.855 V.897 504.P.609. Raina V. Raina GlaxoSmith Kline Asia Pvt Ltd 1.104 Dr R.764 Sameer Bakhshi 468. Raina Johnson & Johnson 584. K.506 V.485 V.

) reboxetine (PNU-165442G) with routine care in patients with chronic painful diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) Registry of people with diabetes in India with young age at onset ICMR 276.965 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 68 .271. C. Ammini A. C.995 107.196. Velpandian Ozone Pharma Ltd DBT 273.616 11.000 Rohit Saxena T. Ammini ICMR Pfizer Ltd. therapeutic option and outcome measures of amblyopia Evaluation of the biodisposition of Xanthophylls in Indian donor eyes and detection of their content in commonly availanble fruits and vegetables Evaluation of characterization of colours and documentation of their ccular toxicity in the northern States of India during the festival of colours (Holi) Development of topical ocular formulation of calcium dobesilate and evaluation of its formulation characteristics Development of novel water-soluble isoflavone derivatives using in-silico approach and determination of its ocular pharmacological activity in experimental model of post-menopausal dry eye Mutation analysis in congenital and developmental glaucoma in North Indian population DST DBT 349.249. Velpandian 1. Velpandian DST 198. C. C.662 1.S.298.125 T. Ammini A. Ammini Comparison of efficacy of metformin and spironolactone in the management of polycystic ovarian syndrome Demographic and clinical profile of young diabetics in a tertiary care hospital in north India Postmenopausal evaluation and risk-reduction with lasofoxifene (Pearl) Effects of arzoxifene on vertebral facture incidence and on invasive breast cancer incidence in postmenopausal woman with osteoporosis or with low bone density A phase 2B long-term randomized.258 A.409 1.030 Nikhil Tandon ICMR 1.745 Endocrinology and Metabolism A.Radhika Tandon Radhika Tandon Ocular surface reconstruction with alternative autografts of non-ocular origin Development of a potential bio-polymer to serve as an alternative substrate of human amniotic membrane for ex vivo expansion of corneal epithelial stem cells Study on the prevalence. C. Velpandian DST DST 258.991 A.792 T.open-lable safety and tolerability trial comparing (S. Ammini Pfizer Ltd 150.567 T. Quintiles Spectral India 302.485 Tanuj Dada DBT 782.

355 Nikhil Tandon 325.Nikhil Tandon A randomized.940 Nikhil Tandon Effect of glycemic control of once daily administration lieaglutide in combination with metformin versus glimepiride in combination with metformin in subjects with type 2 diabetes: A 16 week randomized double blind double dummy. to evaluate Ranbaxy/ the efficacy of preprandial human insulin inhalation EliLilly Pvt Ltd powder (HIP) compared to preprandial injectable insulin in patients with type I diabetes mellitus A phase III randomized placebo controlled clinical trial to study the safety and efficacy of Mko 364 in everweight and obese patients with type 2 Dibetes mellitus (T2DM) Novel antigen diabetic agent evaluation study Neeman Medical International Asia Ltd Reliance Clinical Research Services Nova Nordisk India 345. parallel group study.753 Nikhil Tandon A phase 3 open label. vitamin D receptor and parathormone genes in subjects with osteoporosis Role of oral vitamin D as an adjunct therapy in category I pulmonary tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameters (doubleblind.516 ICMR DRDO 961.651 Rajesh Khadgawat Correlation between first trimester glucose screening and serum insulin levels with development of gestational diabetes mellitus in pregnancy Ravinder Goswami Ravinder Goswami Prevalence and significance of celiac disease in patients with type 1 diabetes Pattern and significance of single nucleotide polymorphism at select sites in two important candidates genes.272 427.004. clinical Trial) ICMR 390. in patients with type 2 diabetes at high risk for cardiovascular and renal events.491 Nikhil Tandon 261. double-blind. active control 4 armed parallel group multicentre multinational trial 225. placebo-controlled.043 Nikhil Tandon Ranbaxy/ EliLilly Pvt Ltd –13. placebo-controlled.490 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 69 . reduces cardiovascular and renal morbidity and mortality A phase 3 open label parallel group study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of human insulin inhalation powder (HILP) compared to preprandial injectable insulin in insulin-naive patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus Novartis India Ltd 1. on top of conventional treatment.446.494 Ravinder Goswami DBT 1. randomized. i. parallel group study to determine whether.e. aliskiren.

315 R.double-blind controlled trial of the probiotic preparation VSL*3 for assessing clinical and histological response in patients with microscopic colitis Evaluation of efficacy and tolerability of curcumin (NCB-2) enema in ulcerative colitis Role of enteral nutrition in preventing complications in severe acute pancreatitis in randomized control trial CD Pharma India Pvt Ltd Vineet Ahuja 164.075 563.415 4.739 S.6 g/day twice daily (BID) in the maintenance of remission in patient with ulcerative colitis A randomized.337. ICMR 309.807 43. C. K. glycyrrhizin and adefovir in HBV-related decompensated cirrhosis An Open label response adaptive study of telbivudine in adults with HBeAg positive compensated chronic hepatitis B Detection of Mycobacterial pathogens in patients with Crohn’s disease DST ICMR ICMR –1. C levels. Deka Phase II/III randomized placebo controlled clinical trial of curcumin in sqamous head and neck cancers Prevalence of hypthyroidism following treatment of head and neck cancer and its impact on quality of life Assessment of changes in the T. K. C.286 Govind Makharia Vineet Ahuja 960. Acharya FIST infrastructure in universities and higher educational institute Advanced center for liver diseases A multicentric randomized controlled clinical trial of lamivudine and adefovir.983 237.103 Vineet Ahuja Anoop Saraya Himalaya Drug Co.019 A phase III.792 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 70 . randomized.917.803 901. Acharya S.4 g/day India Pvt. Ltd once daily (QD) with Asacol 1. K. PPD Pharma parallel group. multicentre. dynamic range and changes in the neural response telemetry in cochlear implant users: To evaluate possible electrical stimulation induced damage to the neural elements Efficacy of intratympanic dexamethasone in the management of tinnitus and its effect on improving quality of life: A clinical study DBT DST ICMR 1. K.130. Deka ICMR 196.616 Gastroenterology and Human Nutrition S.ENT (Otorhinolaryingology) Alok Thakar Alok Thakar R. Acharya S.610 337.active comparator study to compare the Development efficacy and safety of SPD476 (measalazine ) 2. double blind. Acharya Novartis India Ltd. DBT 388.

Irshad Assessment of risk factor associated with Alzheimers’s disease and vascular dementia Cloning sequencing and expression of different genomic regions of transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) prevalent in Indian population Transmission of drug resistant hepatitis B virus in close family contracts of HBV-related chronic liver disease patients Identification of Leishmania donovani reservoir (S) in various animal species of endemic areas using species-specific antibodies and PCR technique ICMR ICMR 835.184.304 Gastrointestinal Surgery T. Mukhopadhyay M. K. Joshi Genetic basis of alcohol induced pancreatic disorders Is chronic pancreatitis a premalignant disease Epidemiology of gallbladder cancer with special reference to nutritional risk factor Assessment of intestinal permeability in chronic liver disease and its consequences ICMR ICMR ICMR ICMR 322.705 Renu Saxena Renu Saxena Renu Saxena Renu Saxena DST ICMR ICMR National Thalassemia Welfare Society ISHTM –345. K.061 811. perception and attitude regarding common cancers in Delhi: A community based longitudinal study Fund for improvement of S&T Infrastructure in University and Higher Educational Institutions (FIST) Elucidation of molecular genetics of acute leukemia in India Evaluation of platelet receptor polymorphism in patients with coronary artery disease Thalassemia awareness and screening programme for detection of thalassemia trial Organisation of ISHTM AIIMS external quality assurance programme The Cancer Foundation 381.348 1.597 128. K.074 362.995 1.Anoop Saraya Pramod Garg Umesh Kapil Y.836 554.895 Haematology Tulika Seth Assesment of the effect of planned intervention on awareness. Chattopadhyay Identification of novel esophageal squamous cell carcinoma genes by using a combination of arraybased CGH and gene expression microarrays DBT 826.151.616 Sarman Singh DST 919.160 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 71 .506 Sarman Singh DST 305.299 81.717 Laboratory Medicine A.045 Renu Saxena 852.

79.69.68. Khilnani Naval K.689 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 72 . Effect on mortality and strategies for imporving nutritional support Genetic.269 13.Sarman Singh Genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from an endemic area of Delhi and determining their transmission dynamics in the house hold contacts and the community using molecular methods Proteomic analysis of the M. tuberculosis during the stage of acquisition of resistance to the isoniazid and rifampicin Developing a novel multiplex PCR assay for simultaneous detection and differentiation of hepatitis A and E. Relationship with dyspnea and severity of disease DST ICMR ICMR 15.737 8.582 Randeep Guleria Randeep Guleria DST ICMR 11.000 603. Entamoeba histolytica and Giardia lamblia directly from drinking water samples A novel multiplex PCR assay for simultaneous detection and differentiation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.732 Sarman Singh DBT 6. B. Dey A. Salmonella spp.607 Ashok Kumar G.53.Vikram DBT Min.00. B. metabolic and hormonal profile in obstructive sleep apenea syndrome Serum leptin.75. & Forest DBT 2.437 Randeep Guleria DST 4.91. avium complex and other Mycobaterium species directly from clinical samples from suspected tuberculosis cases ICMR 1383.893 4.000 2. of Env.535 Sarman Singh DBT 23.216 Sarman Singh DBT 17. M.64. Dey Anant Mohan Development of a web-portal directed at welfare of older people Determinants of the functional status of the older Indian Study of the prevalence of respiratory virus infections in hospitalized patients with acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and their impact on morbidity and mortality Methotrexate in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pharmacogenenetics and clinico-immunogical correlates Effect of outdoor and indoor air pollution in children’s health in Delhi: A controlled study Investigation of genetic basis and gene-lifestyle interactions in generalized and regional obseity. insulin resistance and diabetes in Asians Assessment of nutritional and antioxidant enzyme status in mechanically ventilated critically ill patients.05.00.093 Medicine A. nutritional status and imflammatory marmers in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. C.91.

K.634 572. K. Sharma DBT 784. Sharma S.Randeep Guleria Randeep Guleria Randeep Guleria Clinical implications of circulating DNA and protein markers in lung cancer Design and development of personal use respiratory device for patients with respiratory failure Double blind randomized placebo controlled trial of herbal compound MA-364 in patients with mild to moderate bronchial asthma Influenza awarness preparedness and response (IAPR): An Inclen. clinical trial) Efficacy and safety of immunomodulator (Mycobaterium w) as an adjunct therapy in category I pulmonary tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameters ICMR 707.000 Min. K.398 316.334 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 73 .854 S. K.251 S. K.057. Sharma S. AIIMS. Sharma Pfizer Ltd DGHS DBT 53. K.117 115. placebo-Controlled. Sharma GlaxoSmith Kline Asia Private Ltd ICMR MOHFW Delhi Tapedik Unmulan Samiti NACO 733. of Comm.012 1. K.680. Sharma S.632 and IT Maharishi Ayurveda INCLEN 44. Sharma S.612 190.510 S. Efficacy of oral zinc administration as an adjunct therapy in catagory I pulmonary tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameters Role of oral vitamin D as an adjunct therapy in category I pulmonary tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameter (Double-blind. K.053. K.662 640. randomized. 586.326 Randeep Guleria 906.468 S.000 Randeep Guleria S. Sharma S. K. Sharma S. NIHFW program for physicians in India An interventional nutritional study in subjects with newly diagnosed active tuberculosis (TB) Impact of HIV infection on latent TB among patients with HIV-TB co-infection Antiretroviral treatment Treatment outcome and drug resistance among category II pulmonary tuberculosis under RNTCP Efficacy of thrice weekly intermittent short course antituberculosis chemotherapy in tuberculosis patients with and without HIV infection Programme support for immuno-proteomics based diagnostics of infectious diseases Incidence of deep venous thrombosis (DVT) among patients admitted in medical wards and intensive care unit (ICU) of a tertiary care hospital (A protocol study) A population based study of prevalence and risk factors in sleep disorders breathing in south Delhi Evaluation of the efficacy of thrice weekly DOTS regimen in TB pleural effusion at six months. K.675 1. Sharma DBT 2. Sharma DBT Pfizer Ltd –1.

R. K.276 Uma Kumar A randomized open-label study in the Asia-Pacific Quintiles region comparing the safety and efficacy of Spectral India etarmercept with usual DMARD therapy in the subject with Rheumatoid Arthritis 987. Mirdha ICMR 286.425 Sanjeev Sinha NACO 3. Das DST 18.440 B.093. K.400 Microbiology Arti Kapil Clinico-epidemiologic and molecular characterization of extended spectrum Beta lactamase (ESBL) producing Klebsiella spp.041 Sanjeev Sinha NACO 2. K..969 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 74 .221. urealyticum biovars with clinical outcome ICMR 191.193 1.958 B. K. causing nosocomial and community infections Pneumolysin DNA construct as a vaccine candidate against Streptococcus pneumoniae: An immune response study Pneumococcal surface adhesin A (Psa.253.587 Benu Dhawan ICMR 340.575. Das DBT 740 B. E. R. identification and molecular characterisation of intestinal coccidia and microsporidia in patients with chronic diarrhoea and malabsorption syndromes Application of specific amplification of Entamoeba histolytica DNA for the diagnosis of amoebic liver abscess (ALA) directly from ultrasound guided aspirated pus Detection of Ureaplasma urealyticum and Mycoplasma hominis in patients with lower genitourinary tract infection by PCR assay: Association of U. Sharma S. Sharma Sanjeev Sinha Impact of HIV infection on latent TB among patients with HIV-TB co-infection Survey on prevalence of tuberculosis Study of early versus delayed initiation of antiretroviral therapy for HIV infected patients with tuberculsosis on antituberculosis chemotherapy in Indian subjects Study of prevalence and types of baseline HIV drug resistance in the antiretroviral treatment-native and previously teated HIV infected Northern India population Nevirapine versus efavirenz based highly active antiretroviral therapy regimens in antiretroviral-naive patients with HIV and tuberculosis infection in India DBT MOHFW NACO 5. Mirdha ICMR 368.A) DNA construct as a vaccine candidate against Streptococcus pneumoniae: An immune response study Detection.031.715 B. coli and Enterobacter spp.S.5401 4.

148 Rama Chaudhary Rama Chaudhary ICMR DBT 488. clinical Trial) DBT Urvashi B.j.419.279 1.) and molecular sub-typing of Camplobacter jejuni in fecal samples of diarrheic patients and in food samles using multiplex PCR. PCR REFO and PRGE Cloning and expression of flagellin gene of Salmonella typhi: An immunodiagnostic approach Development of multiplex real time quantitive PCR assay to detect Chlamydia pneumoniae.922 672.029 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 75 .619 29. randomized.Benu Dhawan Madhu Vajpayee Madhu Vajpayee Rama Chaudhary Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of methicillin and mupirocin research Staphylococci External quality assessment programme Voluntary conselling and testing facility (VCTC) Cloning and expression of Mycoplasma pneumoniae P1 gene and its fragements to study their role in cytodherence Detection and identification of thermophillic Campylobacter spp. placebo-controlled. C.355 Seema Sood Shobha Broor Shobha Broor Shobha Broor Shobha Broor Shobha Broor DBT ICMR ICMR ICMR 927.673. Singh DBT 200.540 15.613 Rama Chaudhary ICMR 590. Legionella pneumphila and Mycoplasma pneumoniae in community acquired pneumonia To study colonization and immunomodulatory effect of probiotic strains in Indian Children Administration of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG for the prevention and treatment of Clostridium difficile infection and subsequent diarrhea in Indian population Development of DNA biosensor for detection of Nelsseria gonorrhea in clinical samples Multisite monitoring of human influenza viruses in india Acute respiratory viral infections in rural India Noroviral infections in paediatric acute gastroenteritis and asymptomatic children DBT NACO NACO ICMR 361.694 Rama Chaudhary Rama Chaudhary DBT DBT 1.L. (C.773 Multisite epidemiological and virological monitoring of Sanofi Pasteur human influenza viruses in India India Pvt Ltd An RNA interference based approach to study the simultaneous inhibition of respiratory syncytial virus (hRSV) and Human metapneumovirus virus (hMPV) multiplication in tissue culture and animal model Role of oral vitamin D as an adjunct therapy in category I pulmonary tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameter (double-blind.C.818 1. C.287.539 76.428 490.365 300.U and C.278 533.977 596.495.

Agarwal ICMR 186.866 Neurology Achal Kumar Srivastava Mitochondrial variations and common founders for Friedreich’s ataxia in the Indian population ICMR INCLEN DBT 215.115 2. Vivekanandhan S. Agarwal Validation and development of predicting formula for estimation of glomerular filtration rate in Indian adults with various degrees of renal function Detection of HCV core antigen (HCVc-Ag) for diagnostic screening of HCV infection in patients on maintenance haemodialysis To study the diagnostic value of quantiferon gold test in detecting latent tubercular infection in end stage renal disease patients on replacement therapy ICMR 584.800 S. Vivekanandhan Genetic polymorphism of drug metabolizing enzymes CYP2D6. Mumbai Rajat Ray Nephrology S. K. K.617 Drug and Crime Control Program Russan Pharma 335. Vivekanandhan ICMR 770.481 Neurobiochemistry S.866 S. Vivekanandhan DBT AERB 776.392 Ltd.645.764 480. CYP2C19 and CYP2C9 and GST genes in patients developing toxicity to specific antiepileptic drug.969 Kameshwar Prasad Clinical epidemiology unit Kameshwar Prasad Intravenous autologous bone marrow stromal cells (MSC) or mononuclear cells (MMC) for patients with acute ischaemic stroke: A multi-institutional project. phenytoin The study of mitochondrial dysfunction in genesis of programmed cell death cascade in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Health Profile of population of Nellore (AP): An ICMR co-ordinated task force study Exploring the role of MHC and co-stimulatory molecules in the immune evasion mechanism of glioma stem cells Pharmacogenetics of epilepsy drug therapeutics Validation of gel dosimetry as 3D verication tool for highly conformal radiotherpy techniques ICMR 193. Agarwal ICMR 881. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 76 . K.National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre Anju Dawan To test the effectiveness of oral substitution with buprenorphine and to establish a protocol for oral substitution with buprenorphine A post-marketing surveillence of Addnole-N UN International 872.403 825. Vivekanandhan ICMR DBT 801.732 S. Vivekanandhan S.362 280.000 S.877 S.

673.251. Gurgaon 1.899 Madhuri Behari Madhuri Behari DBT Quintiles Spectral India 2.Kameshwar Prasad Mobilization of stem cells using G-CSF for acute ischemic stroke. treated with a stable dose of levodopa and a phase III..091.250 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 77 .001. V.735 Madhuri Behari CLINIRx Research Pvt Ltd. as add-on therapy in patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease with motor fluctuations. Padma Intra-arterial autologous bone marrow mononuclear cells (MNCs) infusion in patients with non-progessive (static) encephalopathy with special reference to cerebral palsy Normobaric oxygen therapy in acute ischemic stroke Clinical correlation of AchR-Abs and MuSK-Abs in Myasthenia gravis patients in context with phenotype and genotype variation A phase III. double blind placebo controlled. 12 months extension study to investigate the long term efficacy and safety of a low (50–100 mg/day) and high (150–200 mg/day) dose range of safinamide.300 1.703 1. double blind placebo controlled study to determine the efficacy and safety of a low (50–100 mg/day) and high (150–200 mg/day) dose range of safinamide as add-on therapy in patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease with motor fluctuations. Padma Madhuri Behari ICMR ICMR 917.in patients with intractable epilepsy DBT DBT DBT DST 2. A randomized clinical trial Kameshwar Prasad Central data management facility Kameshwar Prasad Capacity building for Stroke Research Programme M.405.348 1.363 592.282 Madhuri Behari Manjri Tripathi DBT DBT 102.630.266. V. treated with a stable dose of levodopa Implantation of adult human retinal pigment epithelial cells in the 6-OHDA lesioned rat model of Parkinson dis A multicentre randomized double blind placebo and entacapone controlled parallel group study of the efficacy safety and tolerability of E2007 in levodopa treated Parkinson’s disease patients with motor fluctuations Identification of novel gene(s) familial Parkinson’s disease Correlation of electrophysiological states and haemo dynamic changes during simultaneous performance of EEG-fMRI (SEM) in intracable epilepsy: Another non-invasive tool for localisation of seizures.680 760.530 1.224 M.

Bandopadhyaya To evaluate radiolabelling and efficacy of radiolabelled betacyclodextrin for infection imaging DST ICMR 468. S.448 Ajay Garg DBT 253.660.459 338. P.805 564.570. P.562 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 78 .000 138. Sharma P.080 Neurosurgery B. Bandopadhyaya Synthesis and chemical characterization of different formulations of Alginate-Tamoxifen beads G. saccadic eye movement control and fibrilin gene (exon 24-28) in the development of bony craniovertebral juction anomalies DST DBT 3.902 Neerja Bhatla Suneeta Mittal Suneeta Mittal DBT ICMR ICMR 1.653.401 75.000 Nuclear Medicine G. Sarat Chandra DST FIST Programme-2006 Evaluation of autonomic function.Neuroradiology Ajay Garg SERC Fast Track Proposal for Young Scientist Scheme: Phase imaging and diffusion tensor imaging Novel MR contrasts in the evaluation of cryptogenic focal epilepsy Quantitative vessel size imaging (VSI) in cerebral gliomas and correlation with histopathological grading and vascular endothelial growth factor expression DST 131. R. Jagannathan N.190.807 1. R.038 262. Jagannathan Upgradation of the existing animal MR scanner for biomedical research A proposal for 700 MHz NMR spectrometer for biomedical research DST DST 804.597 700.586 Obstetrics and Gynaecology Alka Kriplani Alka Kriplani Alka Kriplani Diagnosis of genital tuberculosis in infertile women and the effect of anti-tubercular therapy Role of mifepristone (RU-486) in the management of uterine leiomyoma Phase-I Phase-II clinical trials on safety and capability of probiotic selected strains of Lactobacilli to colonize in vagina for reproductive health of women Development of HPV candidate vaccine/s preparation of clinical tiral site/cohort for vaccine testing Human reproduction research centre Estimation of oxidative stress during oral iron supplementation (daily vs weekly) with or without vitamin C among anemic pregnant mothers ICMR ICMR DBT 391.540 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance N.

Bajpai DST 980.474 Suneeta Mittal Sunesh Jain Pretreatment with misoprostol before vacuum aspiration versus MVA: A double blind RCT Evaluation of curcumin in the management of advanced cancer cervix 496.192.154 M.Suneeta Mittal Prevention of mother to child transmmission of HIV Delhi State AIDS Control Society MOHFW DBT 204.979 978. Gupta N-myc gene amplification by polymerase chain reaction in neuroblastoma tumour surveillance by detecting tyro sine hydroxylase protein using RT-PCR Pelvi-ureteric juction obstruction: A study on apoptosis and mRNA upregulation in patients with ACE I/D gene polymorphism with respect to disease aetiopathogenesis and monitoring therapy by molecular markers or renin angiotensin system activation A study on prognostic impact of moleculor genetic alteration in hepatoblastoma Study of angiotensin converting enzyme insertion/ deletion gene polymorphism in vesicoureteric reflux and its correlation with molecular markers of renin angiotensin system activity in the early diagnosis of renal damage DBT 297.774 Surya Bhan Kanchan Mittal ICMR ICMR 2.487 Rajesh Malhotra ICMR 360.081 616.183 Paediatric Surgery D. Bajpai DST DBT 832. Bajpai M.594 Orthopaedics Rajesh Malhotra A new hip hemiarthroplasty option based on ‘femoral stem design suitable for the morphology of proximal femur of elderly Indian population Some medico-technical issues determining mechanical properties of ligaments and (ii) development of steropcameras for operative/anatomic video sequences Evaluation of efficacy of platelet concentrate in the treatment of non union of fractures of long bones To study the profile of musculoskeletal pain in tea garden workers in northeast India CSIR 2.406. K.371 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 79 .766 Paediatrics Arvind Bagga Daily corticosteroids to prevent infection associated relapses in patients with frequently relapsing nephrotic syndrome ICMR 452.471.290 M.689 2.

Arvind Bagga Dose ranging study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of olmesartan medoxomil in children and adolescents with hypertension A multicenter randomized double blind evaluation of 12 weeks of valsartan to enalapared to enalapril on sitting systolic blood pressure in children 6 to 17 years of age with hypertension A randomized multicenter double blind 6week study to the evaluate dose response of valsartan for blood pressure education in children 1-5 year old with hypertension followed by a 2 week placebo withdrawal period IMD newborn screening for congenital hypothyroidism and congenital adrenal hyperplasia: A multicentric study An integrated approach for mutation analysis and identification of new gene (S) for X-linked mental retardation Programme support on genetic medicine Identification of novel genes for nonsyndromic hearing loss in the Indian population Evalution of MLPA and array CGH for the detection of cryptic subtelomeric rearrangements in idiopathic mental retardation Validation of strategies for rapid prenatal detection of aneuploides Molecular genetic studies in Indian children with steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome Antibiotic prophylaxis in the management of vesicoureteric reflux: A multicenric randomized double blind placebo controlled trial Evaluation of chikungungunya infection in children and adults Characterization of rotavirus strains from a multicentric rotavirus surveillance study at AIIMS.182.124 Arvind Bagga 262.247.393 Arvind Bagga 155.474 160. Ltd.970 Madhulika Kabra Madhulika Kabra 1. PPD Pharmaceutical Development India Pvt Ltd ICMR DBT 491.578 450.766. clinical symptomsof autism and autism rating scales Quintiles Spectral India PPD Pharmaceutical Development India Pvt.060 Madhulika Kabra Madhulika Kabra Pankaj Hari DBT DBT ICMR 575.551 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 80 .210 155.127 Pratima Ray Pratima Ray Rachna Seth DBT DBT DST 6.084 Madhulika Kabra Madhulika Kabra Madhulika Kabra DBT DBT DBT 8.446.390 871.200 540.953 763. Delhi To understand the deviation in cell signaling pathway autism through neurotrophic factors (insulin like growth factor-1) and undertake a randomized blinded trial with olanzapine to evaluate its effects on insulin like growth factor-1 (IGF-1).000 1.

K.185. H.459 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 81 .. Panda Seema Sen Vaishali Suri DBT ICMR ICMR 6.138. Arya Pharmacological and molecular studies on cardioprotective potential of some unani drugs in experimentally induced myocardial infection Estimation of oxidative stress during oral iron supplementation (daily vs.468 S.882 1.991. S. K. K.535.059 Shinjini Bhatnagar DBT 686. Panda S.144. Reeta ICMR 688.452 K.544 4. weekly) with or without vitamin C among anemic pregnant mothers CCRUM 339.Shinjini Bhatnagar Zinc as an immunomodulators in the treatment of possible serious bacterial infections in infants more than 7 days and upto 2 months of age Efficacy of stem cells in the improvement of left ventricular function in patients with acute myocardial infarction Effects of administering 10 mg zinc orally to young infants aged 7 days and upto 4 months with possible serious bacterial infection on survival and function of peripheral blood mononuclear cells ..608 672.626. Panda DST DST DBT 851.298 Pathology A. Bose Fellowship FIST Program Study of viral proteinsand other molecular markers in hepatitis E virus (HEV) infected cells using high throughput molecular techniques Investigation related to mechanism of entry of HEV into the host cells Detection of human papilloma virus genome in malignant ocular lesions Study of the role of bone marrow derived pluripotent cells in peripheral nerve repair in adult rats DBT ICMR 735. Dinda Chitra Sarkar Development of nanoparticular system for seletive receptor specific macrophage targeting Glial tumours: a correlative clinicopathological study of chromosome 1p/19q status.212 6. Panda S. C. K. epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) amplification and p53 expression Operation of the J.612 Pharmacology D.282 Vandana Jain Veena Kalra Pfizer Ltd DST -40 2.483 739.459 S. age Kigs advanced patient outcome survey number SN87-052-38 FIST in Subject Area life Sciences for Level II support DBT 2. K.430 Shinjini Bhatnagar DBT 2.874.

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622 172.868.516 4.341 Sujata Mohanty DBT 1.700 91. Rajiv Gandhi Foundation DBT 171.871 514.577.730 Stem Cell Facility Sujata Mohanty Isolation and expansion of mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) from human bone marrow (BM)/umbilical cord blood (UCB) and evaluation of its cardiomyogenic and neurogenic differentiation potential Transplantation of mesenchymal stem cells in animal models of myocardial infarction and Parkinson’s disorder ICMR 942. K.088 S.451 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 83 . C.000 467. MOHFW 680..366 65. Mahapatra AYUSH.000 Surgery Anurag Srivastava Safety and eficacy of autologus stem cells in prevention of amputation of patients with chronic critical limb ischemia Anurag Srivastava Adjuvant taxoxifen: Longer against shorter (ATLAS) for breast cancer patients Maneesh Singhal Sandeep Guleria Sandeep Guleria Anita Dhar Ultrasonic debridement of post traumatic wounds Evaluation of efficacy and tolerability of Tacrolimus in patients undergoind renal transplantation Save the Kidney Safety and efficacy of autologous stem cells in prevention of amputation of patients with chronic critical limb ischemia DBT Oxford Univ. Mitra Early detection of polarized producing allo-reactive T cells and the role of chemokines in their selective homing among patients undergoing renal transplantation DST 1.236. cognitive behaviour and nucuroteroids across the menstrual cycle and effect of meditation on stress induced changes Immunomodulatory effects of Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum Linn) on healthy human subjects CCRYN 547.Ratna Sharma A study to assess acute mental stress induced changes in EEG.601 Reproductive Biology Anand Kumar Ashutosh Halder Testing of pregnancy kits produced by Hindustan Latex Ltd for supply to NRHM programme of Govt of India Prevalence of 22q 11 deletion syndrome in children with structural cardiac malformation : A tertiary care referral hospital-based study in Delhi Hindustan Latex ICMR 356. UK Overseas Associates Panacea biotech Ltd.000 Transplant Immunology and Immunogenetics D.

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USA Peregrine Pharmaceuticals. placebocontrolled. randomized parallel-group dose-finding study to evaluate the efficacy and safety and two doses of AP 12009-G004 in adult patients with recurrent high-grade glioma. UK 302.500 Deepak Kumar Gupta 781.992 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 88 . Germany 165. double-blind. USA 173.496 606.18-35 years Parallel performance trial of fast HPV versus HC2 for cervical cancer screening National Perinatal 2. UK 279. double-blind. administered intratumorally as continuous high-flow microperfusion over a 7-day period every other week A phase-II randomized.323 Obstetrics and Gynaecology J.399 Ashish Suri B.513 Epidemiology Unit. randomized. controlled study to evaluate the immunogenicity and safety of glaxosmithkine biological HPV-16/18. UK GlaxoSmith Kline Asia Private Ltd Digene Corporn.569 A multicentre prospective randomized study Society for Paediatric Neuro-surgery (ISPNE) A multi-national. dose confirmation study of intestinal 1131-ch TNT-A/B MAb (COTARAR) for the treatment of recurrent glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) at first relapse Surgical trial in lobar infracerebral haemorrhage (STICH II trial) Antisense Pharma Gmbh. USA The Medical Res.177 Neerja Bhatla Neerja Bhatla 475. Council. dose finding. multi-centre.867 P. Sharma CORONIS: International study of caesarean section surgical technique: A randomized factorial trial A phase HIb. Sharma LSHTM. Sarat Chandra 0 Nuclear Medicine Chetan D. S. Univ. of Oxford.385 Deepak Agarwal Codman & Shurtleff Inc. B.Neurosurgery Ashish Suri The International infant hydrocephalus study (IIHS): The International 70.245. activecontrolled.... safety and tolerability trial of XY2405 as a treatment for traumatic brain injury A registry for comparing catheter related infection rates among various shunt systems in the treatment of hydrocephalus PPHM 0503: Open label. open-label. Patel Rakesh Kumar Role of cerebral perfusion SPECT in the differential diagnosis of dementia Role of nuclear cardiology techniques in escjemia assessment with exercise imaging in asymptomatic diabetes IAEA IAEA 189.

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335 Centre for Behavioural Sciences (Psychiatry) R. placebo-controlled. double blind.800 55.000 Biotechnology H.000 Rajesh Sagar QED Pharmaceutical Services Pvt Ltd 100. placebocontrolled. multicenter study to assess the efficacy and safety of Darbeopetin alpha treatment on mortality and morbidity in heart failure (HF) subjects with symptomatic left ventricular systolic dysfunction and anaemia Quintiles Research India Pvt Ltd DBT Centre for Chronic Disease Control Amgen Technology Pvt Ltd 44. randomized.321.850 Balram Bhargava Rakesh Yadav 1.000 J.450.biochmical and functional characterization of heparin binding proteins in human seminal plasma Development of synthetic alternatives to currently available microbicidal agents Structural and functional studies of lactoperoxidase DBT ICMR DST 1. Tyagi DBT 105. K. randomized. K.000 Cardiology Balram Bhargava A clinical trial comparing treatment with cangrelor (in Quintiles combination with usual care) to usual care in subjects Research who require percutaneous coronary intervention India Pvt Ltd A clinical trial comparing cangrelor to clopidogrel in subjects who require percutaneous intervention Efficacy of stem cells in improvement of left ventricular function in patients with acute myocardial infraction Zyban as an effective smoking cessation aid for patients following an acute coronary syndrome: The ZESCA trial A double-blind. S. parallel group.Savita Yadav Sharmistha Dey Sujata Sharma Purification.5 mg in the treatment of major depressive disorder with subject who are partial responders or non-responders to citalopram therapy DBT 270. Chadda Development of pharmacogenomics SNP database for critical candidate genes involved in drug response for schizophrenia A multi-center. add-on study of mecamylamine 2.759.K. Prasad Comprehensive proteomics profiling of CSF proteins from patients of different meningitis infections for biomarker discovery Comprehensive proteomics profiling of CSF proteins from patients of different meningitis infections for biomarker discovery Computational design and development of inhibitors for the treatment of tuberculosis DBT 170.379 1.825. S.000 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 91 . flexible dose titration.000 512.5 to 7. Bahl 44.969 V.000 J.850 Balram Bhargava 44. Tyagi DBT 1.

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000 Arti Kapil Arti Kapil Pfizer Ltd DBT 5.802 S.837 S.502 To evaluate the efficacy and safety of fixed dose Ranbaxy/ combination of formoterol and fluticasone dry EliLilly Pvt Ltd powder inhaler in the management of partly controlled and uncontrolled asthma.646 S. double-blind. randomized.680 Uma Kumar Bristol Meyer Squibb India Pvt Ltd 298.000 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 95 .000 668. A prospective study A randomized. randomized.000 414. B. double-blind. placebo controlled. K. receiving background methotrexate.854 914.Medicine A. double-dummy study to compare the efficacy and safety of Abatacept administered subcutaneously and intravenously in subjects with rheumatoid arthritis. K. Sharma 166.444 Microbiology Arti Kapil Arti Kapil Mechanisms of resistance to ciprofloxacin in Salmonella typhi Comprehensive proteomics profiling of CSF proteins from patients of different meningitis infections for biomarker discovery Expert group on antibiotic susceptibility testing (EGAST) 2008: Observational plan Development of nenosilver Nanohydrogets for biomedical applications ICMR DBT 326.863 120. and experiencing an inadequate response to methotrexate Novartis India Randeep Guleria 110. Sharma Reliance Clinical Research Services Pvt Ltd NCT 359. Dey Anant Mohan Rajiva Gupta Randeep Guleria Health emergencies in older pelple: Predictors of hospital revisit and adverse outcome Mitochondrial DNA mutations and its clinical applications in lung cancer Genome sciences and predictive medicine ICMR DBT DBT 365. Sharma Pfizer Ltd 354. K. double blind study to compare the overall mortality in acutely ill medical patients treated with enoxaparin versus placebo in addition to graduated elastic stocking Comparison of tuberculin skin test (TST) and interferon-y release assay in latent TB infection and tuberculosis disease Obstructive sleep apnoea and the effect of treatment with continuous airway pressure (CPAP) on metabolic syndrome A phase IIIB multicenter.000 66. exploratory study to assess the safety and efficacy of multiple doses of ACZ885 in COPD International. multi-centre.

134 Manjri Tripathi Quintiles Research India Pvt Ltd 22.800 Alka Kriplani Emcure Pharmacetical Ltd ICMR 100. tinidazole.950 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 96 .000 Shobha Broor Shobha Broor ICMR DBT 1. secnidazole and ornidazole in the case of bacterial vaginosis An open label single-arm.000 Neurology M. V.984 1. Jagannathan Magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging (MRSI) and diffusion-weighted MRI (DW-MRI) in the non-invasive detection. R.283 892. Padma Manjri Tripathi Efficacy of minocycline in acute ischemic stroke: A single blinded placebo-controlled. non-comparative study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of iron sucrose (OROFER-S) injection in the treatment of iron deficiency anaemia during pregnancy Phase IV multicentric study with Centchroman MOHFW DST 2.041 574.000 Obstetrics and Gynaecology J. R. MOHFW 442.B. Singh DBT 537.449.106. Sharma Alka Kriplani Study of efficacy and safety of directly observed treatment strategy (DOTS) in female genital tuberculosis Comparative study of oral single dose of metronidazole.547.000 National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre Anju Dawan Effectiveness of yoga in patients of opiate dependence AYUSH. and tolerability of carisbamate. trial Congitive activation studies of languages and memory as a preoperative evaluation in patients with intractable epilepsy: A novel noninvasive method of investigation A randomized double blind parallel group multicenter study to evaluate the retention rate. efficacy. Mirdha Study of genetic diversity and phyloggentic analysis of Pneumocystis proved isolate obtained from patients with clinical diagnosis of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) Respiratory virus infections: Rapid low molecular detection Cloning and expression of G protein gene of group B respiratory syncytial virues in bacterial and mammalian systems and their antigenic as well as biophysical characterization Comprehensive proteomics profiling of CSF proteins from patients of different meningitis patients for biomarker discovery CSIR 792. assessment of treatment response and tumor metabolism in breast cancer DST 700.001 Suneeta Mittal 258. safety.425 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance N. topiramate and levetiracetam as adjunctive therapy in subjects with partial onset seizures ICMR DST 109. B.000 Urvashi B.

active controlled study to investigate the efficacy and safety of oral 220 mg dabigatran etexilate (110 mg on the day of surgery followed by 220 mg once daily) compared to subcutaneous 40 mg enoxaparin once daily for 28-35 days in prevention of venous thromboembolism in patients following primary elective total hip arthroplasty (RE-NOVATE II ) EliLilly 186.300 Pathology Manoj K. S. double-blind.228 853. Irbesartan in experimental model of myocardial ischemiareperfusion injury ICMR 667. Bajpai Role of stem cells in a surgically created rat model of biliary atresia A study on clinical and molecular markers of chronic interstitial nephropathy in congenital unilateral ureteropelvic junction obstruction ICMR DBT 131.000 Ramesh Agarwal Shinjini Bhatnagar ICMR DBT 665.349 Paediatric Surgery D.123 478. Arya Studies on pharmacological and molecular mechanism to investigate an angiotensin type 1 receptor blocker.577 Rajesh Malhotra Siro Clin Pharma Pvt Ltd 284. Singh Primary cutaneous lymphomas: Use of an antibody panel to improve diagnostic accuracy in skin biopsy. parallel group.K.Orthopaedics Rajesh Malhotra An observational study to assess back pain in patients with severe osteporosis treated with Teripartide versus antiresorptives A phase III rendomised.Gupta M. classify cases using the WHO-EORTC classification of primary cutaneous lymphomas.774 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 97 . attempt to delineate therapeutic subgroups for future planning of therapeutic options ICMR 298.000 Paediatrics Madhulika Kabra To compare integrated screening with contingent sequent screening for prenatal detection of Downs syndrome in the Indian context Micronutrient status of low birth weight babies during early infancy Intravenous autologus bone marrow derived stem cell therapy for patients with acute ishaemic stroke: A multiinstitutional project DBT 334.494 Pharmacology D. flowcytometric analysis of peripheral blood to detect and quantity the circulating neoplastic lynphocytes in these patients.

S.000 DST DST 974. chemokin/cytokine and their receptor genes ICMR 111. S.700. Gupta NAIP CCRUM 377.000 impedance plethysmography technique and derivation Communication of BFV-BPV relationship and IT Jayasree Sengupta Role of human chrionic gondatropin in endometrial receptivity for pregnancy establishment Jayasree Sengupta Effect of inorganic arsenic compounds on the activity of intestinal smooth muscle in mammals: A molecular physiological study Rashmi Mathur To study the effect of repeated magnetic stimulation on sensori-motor recovery in spinal cord injured patients DST DST 1. K. Arya Y. of 2. mismatch negativity and long latency event related evoked potentials Surgery Maneesh Singhal Comparison of conventional paraffin gauze dressing and femtotechnology based sustained silver ion in calcium alginate foam dressing for acute wounds Comparative study of sustained silver ion releasing semipermeable 3D foam dressing and conventional paraffin gauze dressing for skin graft donor site Lupin Ltd 88.000 D.223. resistance and disease progression: Polymorphism in MHC.820 2.864 Physiology Ashok Kumar Jaryal Development of blood flow variability software using Min.000 802.000 Sushma Coloplast 125. K. Mehra Genetic basis for HIV-1 transmission.000 520. Arya Screening and scientific evaluation of hypoglycemic effects of some unani dugs in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats To study the cardioprotective effects of Seabuckthorn pulp oil in experimental models of myocardial infarction (MI) Safety study of UNIM-401 and UNIM-403 in the treatment of chronic plaque psoriasis CCRUM 700.240 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 98 .093 Transplant Immunology and Immunogenetics N.176.200 Sanjay Kumar Sood To study pre-attentive and attentive processing of phonemes and tones in dyslexic children using pre-pulse inhibition paradigm.D.

USA 1. a fully human tional Ltd.200 Centre for Community Medicine K.610 New research projects funded by international agencies Cardiology Balram Bhargava Untreated heart failure: Activation of the immunological and inflammatory systems and changes after short term treatment Multi-Sensor Monitoring in Congestive Heart Failure (MUSIC) British Council. India WHO 95. open label. R.A collaborative Project of UNODC-ROSA. (HGS 1012).700 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 99 .879 Centre for Behavioural Sciences (Psychiatry) Sonali Jhanjee Rolling out of Opioid Substitution Treatment (OST) in Tihar Prisons. UK Corventis.960 Dermato-logie. AIIMS & Tihar Prisons UN International Drug and Crime Control Program 36. Anand Implementation of community-based intervention for non-communicable disease at Ballabgarh. France Dr B.300 Haematology Renu Saxena Validation of haemoglobin colour scale for hemoglobin estimation: A multicentric study WHO 302.New research projects funded by WHO Centre for Behavioural Sciences (Psychiatry) Pratap Sharan Validation of the depression identification instrument in an outpatient population WHO 121.050 Dermatology and Venereology Somesh Gupta Determination of melanin and haemoglobin distribution in the skin of idiopathic cutaneous hyperchromia of the orbital region (ICHOR) Service de 138. India . randomized study Parexel Internaof Mapatumumab (TRM-1. Ambedkar Institute–Rotary Cancer Hospital Atul Sharma A phase-II. UK monoclonal antibody to TRAIL-R1) in combination with Bortezombib (VELCADE) and Bortezomib alone in subjects with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma 89.242. multicenter.216 Sandeep Seth 527.000 Centre for Dental Education and Reearch Naseem Shah To frame policy guidelines for oral health promotion and interventions for handicapped population WHO 120.

375 Neurology Kameshwar Prasad Efficacy of nitric oxide in stroke (ENOS): A Univ. and of stopping or continuing prior antihypertensive therapy. Israel 163. Actelion 454.Sushma Bhatnagar CP045/06/FCNS: An open label study investigating Archimedes 833. collaborative.878 placebo-controlled. parellel-group study to assess the Pharmaceuticals efficacy and safety of clazosentain in reducing Ltd. a nitric oxide donor.208 P. factorial trial to investigate the safety and efficacy of treatment with transdermal glyceryl trinitrate. USA 44. multicentre. IFNy and the success of antituberculosis therapy in immune restoration disease in HIV/TB co-infected patients responding to ART Univ.990 Australia Medicine Sanjeev Sinha ASHA HIV Health Promotion Intervention in India NIH. of Western 146. and sefety of BG00012 in subjects with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (IN109MS301) Safety and effectiveness of open label melperone in the treatment of patients with psychosis in Parkinson’s disease (OV: 1005) Ovation Pharma. of Calgary. double blind. in patients with acute stroke M. controlled. Switzerland vasospasm-related morbidity and all-cause mortality in adult patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage treated by surgical clipping Safety.884 long term safety and tolerability of Nasalfent (fetanyl Development Ltd. Sharma A prospective.850 Vinay Goyal Neurosurgery B. Padma Predicting hematoma growth and outcome in intra cerebral hemorrhage using contrast bolus CT (PREDICT): A part of Multicentric study Univ. Sarat Chandra AIIMS 2008-2009 / 100 . 58. 280. multicenter. of 15. citrate nasal spray) in the treatment of breakthrough UK cancer pain (BTCP) in subjects taking regular opioid therapy Laboratory Medicine Sarman Singh The role of TNFa. randomized.956 Canada Madhuri Behari A randomized. dose-comparison study to determine the UK efficacy. randomised. UK parallel-group. S. V. placeboBiogen Idec Ltd.473 prospective. Notting-ham. muilticentre. blinded. USA 454. double-blind. international.112 controlled. tolerability and effectiveness evaluation of the ISS in the treatment of vascular dementia: A pilot study Brains Gate Ltd.

130 Rakesh Kumar IAEA 522. Bal 669. double-blind.073. USA study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Combretastatin A-4 phosphate in combination with paclitaxel and carboplatin in comparison with paclitaxel and carboplatin against anaplastic thyroid carcinoma Lu-177 EDTMP in hormone refractory prostate cancer patients with bone metastases: A phase I activity escalation study Cost effective differential diagnosis in lung cancer using PET generator based radiopharmaceuticals IAEA 414. placebo-controlled randomized trial Ace Pharmaceuticals BV.165 C. S. open-label. Bal A multicentric.961 BloombergSchool of Public Health Shinjini Bhatnagar Etiology and characteristics of influenza and other acute lower respiratory infection in New Delhi AIIMS 2008-2009 / 101 .890. S. Netherlands 782.Nuclear Medicine C. randomized phase II/III Oxigene. with Imiglucerase in patients with type 1 Gaucher USA disease Hib meningitis sentinel surveillance in north India 1. group Shire Human study of gene-activated human glucocerebrosidase Genetic (GA-GCB) enzyme replacement therapy compared Therapies Inc.213. double-blind parallel.809 Shinjini Bhatnagar John Hopkins 2.786 Paediatrics Arvind Bagga Levamisole tratment for children with steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome: A multicentre. randomized.219 BloombergSchool of Public Health John Hopkins 1.188 Madhulika Kabra A multicenter.

9. Bhalla Jyotsna Punj EDUCATION Undergraduate and Postgraduate Academic activities of undergraduates. Jaipur Golden Hospital. 4–6 August 2008. postgraduates and paramedical staff (BSc Nursing. 25–27 July 2008. 12–14 April 2008. MSc Nursing) are continuing as before. Rajeswari L.K. National Board of Examinations. Kashyap Professors D. New Delhi. New Delhi. ‘CME-Hands-on-workshop for trainers’ sponsored by National Board of Examinations. ‘CME-Hands-on-workshop for trainers’ sponsored by National Board of Examinations Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.K. Number of doctors and para-medical staffs from various medical colleagues: – Pain-clinic 1 – ICU 3 – Anaesthesia 2 Continuing Medical Education Professor Ravinder Kumar Batra • • • ‘Workshop for DNB candidates’.1 Anaesthesiology Professor and Head Chandralekha M.and long-term training Training of doctors and technicians from India and abroad in various aspects of anaesthesia. Arora S. Short.P. Mohan Rani Sunder A. intensive care management. pain medicine and emergency care is continuing. Pandey Rashmi Ramachandran Vanlal M. Pawar Anjan Trikha Dilip Shende Additional Professors Ganga Prasad Virender K. Darlong Ravinder Kumar Batra Maya Dehran Anjolie Chabbra . AIIMS. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 102 Associate Professors Vimi Rewari Assistant Professors R. New Delhi.

CME-Hands-on-workshop for faculty for DNB. ‘Obstructive jaundice’.K. 4–6 August 2008. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Bangalore. 4–5 October 2008. 20–21 August 2008. 2008. New Delhi. Dina Nath Mangeshkar Hospital. 18–19 October 2008. AIIMS. 20–21 September 2008. 11–12 October 2008. New Delhi. 25–26 October 2008. 1 October 2008. Care Hospital. ‘How to plan a research project and write a Protocol’ for post-graduate students. 27 March 2009. thesis and doing research – Constructing of MCQs. Care Hospital. organized by National Board of Examinations. Pune. New Delhi. ‘CME-Hands-on-workshop for trainers’ sponsored by National Board of Examinations. New Delhi. 2 November 2008. their advantages and disadvantages • CME-Hands-on-workshop for faculty for DNB. LHMC and S. ‘CME-Hands-on-workshop for trainers’ sponsored by National Board of Examinations. New Delhi.and short-case – Bedside teaching of cases in ward round – Teaching of spots – Writing of protocol. ‘Module of attempting theory examination for DNB candidates 2008’. AIIMS. Hyderabad. short questions. 25–27 July. Jaipur Golden Hospital. CME-Workshop for DNB candidates. ‘CME-Hands-on-workshop for trainers’ sponsored by National Board of Examinations. He delivered lectures on: – Bedside teaching of long. Chennai. AIIMS. Hyderabad. 12 April 2008.and short-case – Bedside teaching of cases in ward round – Teaching of spots AIIMS 2008-2009 / 103 . Short questions. organized by National Board of Examinations.• • • • • • • • • • ‘CME-Hands-on-workshop for trainers’ sponsored by National Board of Examinations. Southern Railway Hospital. thesis and doing research – Constructing of MCQs. Hospital. ‘CME-Hands-on-workshop for trainers’. organized by National Board of Examinations. AIIMS. sponsored by National Board of Examinations. Sr John Hospital. New Delhi. He delivered lectures on: – Bedside teaching of long case and short case – Bedside teaching of cases in ward round – Teaching of spots – Writing of protocol. their advantages and disadvantages • CME-Hands-on-workshop for Faculty for DNB. He delivered lectures on: – Bedside teaching of long. ‘How to plan a research project and write a Protocol’ for post-graduate students. New Delhi.

4–5 October 2008. Short questions. G. organized by National Board of Examinations. CME programme PGA 2008. CME-Hands-on-workshop for Faculty for DNB. their advantages and disadvantages • • ‘Perioperative cardiac evaluation for non-cardiac surgery’. at Maulana Azad Medical College. Hospital.and short-case – Bedside teaching of cases in ward round – Teaching of spots AIIMS 2008-2009 / 104 . thesis and doing research – Constructing of MCQs. Short questions.K. He delivered lectures on: – Bedside teaching of long. thesis and doing research – Constructing of MCQs. 1 October 2008. Pune. AIIMS. their advantages and disadvantages • • ‘Perioperative cardiac evaluation for non-cardiac surgery’. organized by National Board of Examinations. Sr John Hospital. CME programme PGA 2008. 18 October 2008. 1 October 2008. New Delhi. New Delhi. ‘How to plan a research project and write a Protocol’. New Delhi. National Board of Examinations. Coimbatore. Lady Harding Medical College and S. New Delhi.N. 18–19 October. He delivered lectures on: – Bedside teaching of long. AIIMS. their advantages and disadvantages • CME-Hands-on-workshop for Faculty for DNB.K. Short questions.– Writing of protocol. organized by National Board of Examinations. Southern Railway Hospital. Short questions. CME-Hands-on-workshop for Faculty for DNB.M.and short-case – Bedside teaching of cases in ward round – Teaching of spots – Writing of protocol. thesis and doing research – Constructing of MCQs. Dina Nath Mangeshkar Hospital. 2008. 25–26 October 2008.and short-case – Bedside teaching of cases in ward round – Teaching of spots – Writing of protocol. Bangalore. He delivered lectures on: – Bedside teaching of long. He delivered lectures on: – Bedside teaching of long. 22 October 2008. ‘Purpose and process of thesis in workshop’ for post-graduate students. • • • ‘How to plan a research project and write a Protocol’. CME-Hands-on-workshop for Faculty for DNB. their advantages and disadvantages. Hospital.and short-case – Bedside teaching of cases in ward round – Teaching of spots – Writing of protocol. 11–12 October 2008. ‘Submission of documents for IEC in workshop’ for post-graduate students. Chennai. thesis and doing research – Constructing of MCQs.

their advantages and disadvantages • ‘Subject expert in anaesthesia’. Radio-talk (FM Band 105 Hz) • • • • • • • • • ‘How to prepare for clinical/practical DNB examinations in anaesthesia’. do research and write thesis’. Moderator and co-ordinator for teleconferencing session for DNB Anaesthesia candidates. New Delhi. CME on ‘Module of attempting theory examination for DNB candidates 2008’. CME on ‘How to plan a research project and write a Protocol’ for post-graduate students. Uttar Pradesh. 26 February 2009. 27 March 2009. CME and FCCS Course at JNMC. thesis and doing research – Constructing of MCQs. 12 December 2008. New Delhi. 22 May 2008. 11 December 2008. ‘Anaesthesia’ in Hindi. 30 March 2009. – Planning and organization of short structured questions – Grading of short-structured questions and listing of key skills for attempting theory questions – Attempting short structured questions • • • ‘Early goal directed therapy in sepsis’. Moderator and co-ordinator for radiotalk session for DNB Anaesthesia candidates. ‘Critical care and pain clinic’ in Hindi. Quiz on ‘Case scenario in anaesthesia’. ‘How to prepare for clinical/practical DNB examinations in Anaesthesia’. ‘Interpretation of biochemical. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 105 . Moderated the teleconferencing session for DNB candidates. New Delhi. 27 March 2009. New Delhi. ‘How to prepare for clinical/practical DNB examinations in Anaesthesia’. AIIMS. CME on ‘How to plan a research project and write a Protocol’ for post-graduate students. 1 August 2008. 30 March 2009. haematological investigations and Cerebrospinal Fluid’. Moderated the teleconferencing session for DNB candidates. ‘How to prepare for DNB (Anaesthesia) theory examinations’. New Delhi. 1 October 2008. Aligarh. AIIMS. ‘How to write protocol.– Writing of protocol. 27 March 2009. Teleconferencing Session • • • • ‘Quiz in anaesthesia’. IGNOU. 29 August 2008. 24 April 2008. IGNOU. AIIMS. ‘Submission of documents for IEC in workshop’. ‘Purpose and process of thesis in workshop’. AIIMS. New Delhi. 24 April 2008. 25 September 2008. New Delhi. IGNOU. 24 April 2008. ‘How to plan a research project and write a Protocol’. IGNOU. AIIMS. Short questions. 02 November 2008. New Delhi.

22 September 2008. March 2009. October 2008. New Delhi. CME on ‘Basics of mechanical ventilation’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 106 . CME on ‘Basics of mechanical ventilation’. New Delhi. Dr Vimi Rewari • • ‘Anesthesia for congenital heart disease’. Bhillai. Hyderabad. Professor S. ‘Anesthesia for valvular heart disease in pregnancy’. Maulana Azad Medical College and Associated Hospitals. November 2008. Department of Nephrology. Chattisgarh. CME on ‘Obstetric Anesthesia–an update’. Kashmir. ‘Non invasive ventilation’. 2 February 2008.Professor Anjan Trikha • • • • • • ‘Practical regional anaesthesia for outpatients’. ‘Controversies in obstetric anaesthesia’. 2nd National Congress on Prevention of Kidney Disease in India. ‘Critical Care—Management of Shock and DIC’. Rajeshwari • • ‘Electrolyte fluid and imbalance’. Lectures delivered Dr Chandralekha • • ‘ARDS—past. ‘Anaesthetic risk of surgery in kidney disease: Can we quantitate and prevent’. UCMS & GTB Hospital. JLN Bhillai Hospital. Chhattisgarh. present and future’. Bhillai. CME on ‘Basics of mechanical ventilation’. Saraiya CME. EORCAPS-2008. Baba Sahib Ambedkar Hospital. CME on ‘Management of difficult airway’. ‘How I would do it’. March 2009. Chhattisgarh. JLN Bhillai Hospital. 16–17 February 2008. CME on ‘Obstetric anaesthesia’. Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care. Series 2. C. 26–27 July 2008. Bhillai. 9th Annual North Zone conference of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologsts (NZ-ISACON-2008). CME in World Anaesthesia Day. Srinagar. February 2009. ‘Trouble shooting for a patient on mechanical ventilation’. Delhi. Baba Sahib Ambedkar Hospital. March 2009.G. JLN Bhillai Hospital. ‘Mechanical ventilation strategies for some common conditions’. 30 January – 1 February 2009. 15 November 2008. National CME (Obstetrics and Gynaecoloy): Module 6. National and International Conferences • Organized 1st International Congress on ‘Recent advances in anaesthesia (INCRAA).

Meerut. Armed Forces Command Hospital. Amritsar. Delhi. UCMS and GTB Hospital. New Delhi. Raipur. August 2008. Moderated workshop on ‘Mechanical ventilation’. 47th Annual Conference and CME of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists (Delhi Branch) and Indian College of Anaesthesiologists. September 2008. 14 February 2009. July 2008. Delhi. EUROCAPS 2008. Annual Conference of Indian Society of Anaesthesia. Annual North zone conference of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists. Chaired session in Annual Conference of India Association of Palliative Care. September 2008. New Delhi. UCMS & GTB Hospital. New Delhi. ‘Anaesthesia implications in patients with chest drains and broncho pleural fistula’. 31 January 2009. Chaired session on ‘Anaesthesia’. 1 March 2009. October 2008. 22 March 2009. and Jaipur. Greater Noida. Chaired session in Indo–US CME on ‘Emergency and trauma’. Kashmir. Professor Ravinder Kumar Batra • Chaired and Moderated the Panel Discussion on ‘Mechanical ventilation in critical care’. Teleconference between anesthesiologists from Delhi. ‘Recent advances in management of ARDS’. Delhi. International Conference of Indian Society of ‘Trauma and acute care’. ‘One lung ventilation’. Delhi Branch. Srinagar. AIIMS. Punjab. New Delhi. April 2008. AIIMS. Lucknow. November 2008. ‘Anaesthesia and tracheostomy’. Society of Cardiac Anaesthesiologist of Delhi & NCR. Ludhiana. ‘Preservative free clonidine: How can it change the anaesthesia practice?’. UCMS and GTB Hospital. 15–16 November 2008. September. EORCAPS-2008. Panelist in Panel Discussion on ‘Cardiac patient coming for non-cardiac surgery’. 1st National Conference on ‘Obstetric Anaesthesia’. AIIMS. Chennai. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 107 . Delhi. ‘Non-invasive cardiac output monitoring in ICU’. National Conference on ‘Anaesthesiology and critical care’.• ‘Anaesthesia problems in CRF patients’. New Delhi. September 2008. EUROCAPS 2008. 2008. • • • • • Professor Anjan Trikha • • • • • • • • • ‘What is new in Sepsis?’. International Anaesthesia and Critical Care Review–2008. April 2008. 6 April 2008. UCMS & GTB Hospital. Uttar Pradesh. ‘Recovering C-section patient–better and faster’. ‘Management of sepsis in trauma’. New Delhi. EUROCAPS 2008. APICON 2009.

TENS and Ultrasound’. Workshop on ‘Bariatric surgery’.• • ‘Antibiotics in the ICU—a continuing enigma’. present and future’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 108 . ‘Management of obstetric emergencies’. XXVII Annual ESRA Congress. 23 & 27 September. Rajeshwari: • • • • • • • ‘Anaesthetic Considerations’. Medicine Update (Delhi Chapter). Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital Research Centre. DNB Live Telecast. March 2008: ‘Bariatric surgery–anaesthetic considerations’. New Delhi. 13–14 February 2009. 28–29 March 2009. All India Institute of Medical Sciences. International conference CME cum Live Workshop and Inaugural Conference of the International Society of Acute and Trauma Care (ISTAC). 12–14 April 2008. Hyderabad. November 2007. April. MAMC. Bhillai. 2009. Italy. 28– 30 November 2008. February. Dr Rashmi Ramchandran • • • • ‘Physiology of ventilatory support’. 26–27 July 2008. Workshop on ‘Basics of mechanical ventilation’. neuromuscular junction monitoring. Tirupati. Post Graduate Assembly India North. Workshop on ‘Basics of mechanical ventilation’. ’Free bees from medical industry are justified’. Dr Vimi Rewari • ‘ARDS-past. ICMS and GTB Hospital. 3rd March 2008: ‘Cushing’s syndrome. Delhi. ‘Non-interventional management of neck pain’. Course Co-coordinator in ‘Trauma-2009’. 2008. Doordarshan Live Telecast. ‘Fiber-optic Intubation in Airway’. cleft lip and cleft palate’. February 2009. 14th Annual Conference of Indian Society for Study of Pain (ISSPCON 2009). BAPU (Balaji Anaesthesia Postgraduate Update): Post Graduate Assembly. 23 October 2008. emergency drugs acid-base disorders’. April 2008. PFTs. 9th Annual North Zone Conference of Indian Society Zone Conference of Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists. spinal/epidural anaesthesia. Bhillai. Paediatric anaesthesia: General considerations. Dr Virender K Mohan • • ‘Regional anaesthsesia equipments. Srinagar. Genoa. Paper Presentation on ‘Comparison of 2% lignocaine gel with fentanyl for pediatric cataract surgery’. acid-base disorders’. management of neonatal surgical emergencies. Debate session during the monthly meet of the Indian Society of Anaesthesiologists. Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital and Research Centre. 5 September 2008. management of MMC. 28–29 March 2009. ‘Sedation and analgesia in ICU’. ‘ECGs. Professor S.

JLN Hospital and Research Centre. AIIMS. Indian Society of Anaesthesilogy (Monthly Meeting). Arterial pulse wave contour and thoracic impedance in critically ill patients 4. Efficacy of paravertebral block as analgesic technique for laparoscopic cholecystectomy 8. Bhillai. Workshop on ‘Mechanical ventilation’. Chattisgarh.• • • • • ‘Glutamine supplementation in ICU’. Workshop on ‘Mechanical ventilation’. Chattisgarh. ‘Modes of ventilation’. ‘Anaesthesia for Gynecological Endoscopy’. Peri-operative entropy in paediatric day care surgery 6. Percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy: Griggs guide wire dilating forceps technique Versus controlled rotating dilation technique – A prospective randomized study 3. 11 February 2009. 28–29 March 2009. Workshop on ‘Mechanical ventilation’. Role of radiofrequency ablation in the treatment of symptomatic lower limb varicosities 2008-coinvestigator 10. Workshop on ‘Minimal invasive gyanaecology’. Comparison of cardiac output and stroke volume using esophageal Doppler. A comparative study to assess the effect of oral decontamination with 0.12% Chlorhexidine solution vs. 28–29 March 2009. New Delhi. Chattisgarh. ‘Ventilation in patients with Asthma’. AIIMS. Paediatric internal jugular vein cannulation: Comparison of Real-Time Ultrasound Guided and Conventional Landmark Technique-chief investigator 9. To evaluate the effect of epidural volume extension in combined spinal epidural anaesthesia 7. H202 solution in normal saline in a ratio of 1:8 on the incidence of ventilator associated pneumonia (VAP) and oral microbial flora in Mechanically ventilated patients 2. JLN Hospital and Research Centre. New Delhi. Bhillai. JLN Hospital and Research Centre. Effect of Pregabalin on pre-operative anxiety and postoperative pain after total Abdominal hysterectomy—a dose ranging study AIIMS 2008-2009 / 109 . RESEARCH Funded Projects Nil Departmental Projects Completed 1. Effect of glutamine supplementation in critically ill patients 5. ‘Basics of a ventilator’. 12 September 2008. Bhillai. 28–29 March 2009.

A descriptive comparative study to assess the prevalence of Burnout syndrome and probable causative factors among nurses working in selected intensive care units versus general wards of AIIMS AIIMS 2008-2009 / 110 . Ketamine as an adjunct with bupivacaine in paravertebral analgesia for breast surgery 7. Intrathecal morphine for postoperative pain relief in children: A comparison of two doses 8. semi sitting (30 head up) and left lateral position 11. Safety and efficacy of low dose spinal anesthesia in patients undergoing laparoscopic hernia repair 12.11. Feasibility and comparison of technique of ultrasound guided central venous catheter placement via internal jugular vein in three different patient position – conventional (15o Trendelenburg). Phenotypic and genotypic characterization of clinical isolates of candida species 2. Paediatric internal jugular vein cannulation: Comparison of real-time ultrasound guided and conventional landmark technique 2. Comparison of nitroglycerine and diltiazem as adjuvant in intravenous regional anaesthesia Ongoing 1. Effect of Pregabalin on pre-operative anxiety and postoperative pain after total abdominal hysterectomy –A dose ranging study 3. Percutaneous microballoon comparison of Gasserian ganglion in classical Trigeminal neuralgia: Outcome and complications 5. Evaluation of stroke volume variation as predictor of fluid responsiveness Using pulse contour analysis device (Flotrac/Vigileo) in mechanically ventilated patients 4. Low dose hyperbaric bupivacine in combination with intrathecal clonidine for unilateral knee arthroplasties 6. Evaluation of stroke volume variation as predictor of fluid responsiveness using pulse contour analysis device (Flotrac/Vigileo) in mechanically ventilated patients 12. Effect of Fentanyl pretreatment for alleviation of perineal symptoms after administration of Intravenous Dexamethasone sodium phosphate in the preoperative period 9. Internal jugular vein cannulation: A comparison of three techniques Collaborative Research 1. Comparative clinical proteomics and identification and characterization of new proteins 3. Incidence of accidental venous cannulation during epidural catheter placement after prior epidural injection of normal saline and head down position 10. A study to assess quality of sleep and factors affecting quality of sleep in hospitalized patients 4.

Saxena A.3:27–32. Gandhi R. Anaesthesia for children with malformation syndromes. Batra RK. Quantitative estimation of indices for components of balanced anesthesia using electroencephalographic signals from sub-human primates (with Centre for Biomedical Engineering. Editorial. Anaesth Intensive Care 2007. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 111 . Journal of Postgraduate Medical Education. Training and Research 2008. Darlong V. Garg R.46: 199–200. Journal of Postgraduate Medical Education. Batra RK. Atypical ECG causing confusion during induction of Anaesthesia in a Neonate with Down’s syndrome and atrial septal defect. Delhi) 10.3: 8. Aggarwal M.102:143–7. Roy K. Batra RK. Chandralekha. Trikha A. Garg R. Training and Research 2008. Anaesthesia for laparoscopic and otherendoscopic procedures.3:38–55. A North Indian Dengue Outbreak 2006. Batra RK. Ind J Anaesth 2008. Batra RK. Development of an anesthesia delivery work station (with Central Scientific Instruments Organization. Gupta P. Pandey R. IIT.3:36–46. Anaesthetic management of an elderly obese patient with Parkinson’s disease for incidental surgery—a case report (correspondence) Journal of Postgraduate Medical Education. Chandralekha. Vaccination and urgent surgery in children: Anesthetic concerns. Chandigarh) PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Acta Anaesthesiologica Taiwanica (Acta Anaesthesiol Taiwan) 2008. Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation: Advanced life support –review article. Training and Research 2008. Garg R.35:810–12. Khanna P. 4. 3. 9. Training and Research 2008.52:605–6. Excision of a teratomatous ‘parasitic twin’ in an infant with uncorrected complex cyanotic heart disease.3:1–6. 6. Anaemia and Anaesthesiologist. A study of phenotypic and phenotypic characterization of Asian Indian children with Craniosynostosis (with Paediatric Surgery) 9.5. Elakkumanan LB. To evaluate the postoperative pain and other postoperative variables/complications with different surgical techniques of tonsillectomy (with ENT Department) 6. Training and Research 2008. Assessment of factors affecting safety in patients undergoing operations in general dsurgery (with Surgery) 8. Punj J. Journal of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2008. 5. Manikandan R. Batra RK. Journal of Postgraduate Medical Education. 2. Outcome of laparoscopic sleeve gastretomy in morbidly obese patients (with Surgery Department) 7. 7. Batra RK. Journal of Postgraduate Medical Education.

Eisenmenger’s syndrome in pregnancy: Use of Proseal Laryngeal Mask Airway (PLMA) and epidural analgesia for elective cesarean section. Handa K. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2008. Khanna P.18:994–6. Paediatric Anaesth 2008. Anesthetic management of thoracic type of complete Ectopia cordis—a case report. Paediatric Anaesth 2009. 14. Thirty five franklin size double lumen tube may not be suitable for tall patients. Chandrashish C. Garg R. 23. 22. et al. Rewari V. 15. Subramaniam R. Sinha R. Nanda S.5 size ProSeal LMA. 13. Sinha R. Chandralekha. Anaesthetic management of a child with congenital heart disease and pulmonary artery banding for ophthalmic surgery. Chaitra M. Chakravarty C. Chandralekha. Sunder R. Bose S. Pandey R. et al. Pandey R. Pandey R.54:537–9. Nandi B.19:1137–9. 20. Brachial plexus injury after robotic assisted thorocoscopic thymectomy. 11. Paediatric Anaesth 2008. Punj J. Subramaniam R. Pandey R. Shakthi RP.20:372–5. J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth 2008. 19. Punj J. Elakkumanan LB.18:571–72.19:274–5. Arvind K. Darlong V. Rewari V. Trikha A. Punj J. Jyoti B. Subramaniam R. Darlong V. Tumor lysis under anaesthesia in a child.10. 12. 17. Acta Anaesthesiologica Taiwanica 2009. Laryngoscope and Bougie aided correct placement of double lumen tube in difficult airway. 21. Subramaniam R. Paediatr Anesth 2008. Nath MP. Mukund C. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in a morbidly Obese patient with Chiari I malformation and craniocervical anomalies. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 112 . Authors’ reply: Atropine fever! Is it an anesthetic dilemma? Paediatr Anaesth 2008:18:439–40. Garg R.53:131–3. Sinha R. Sinha R. Jyoti B. Comparison of topical lignocaine gel and fentanyl for perioperative Analgesia in children undergoing cataract surgery. Jyoti B. Elakkumanan LB. Rewari V. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand 2009. An unusual cause for or pharyngeal leak during use of 2. Subramaniam R. Singh S. Acta Anaesthesiology Scand 2008:52:572. et al. Arora MK. Manikandan R. Kumar A. 24.19:371–5. Rewari V. Garg R. Roy K. Pander R. Subramaniam R. Darlong V. Pandey R. 16. Garg R. Sudden appearance of idioventricular rhythm during Inhalational induction with halothane in a child with congenital cataract. J Postgrad Med 2008. Chandralekha. Paediatr Anaesth 2009. Paediatric Anaesth 2008:18:1229–30. Failed laryngeal mask airway insertion another technique. Chhabra A. Trikha A. 18. Cobra perilaryngeal airway as a rescue device for failed rapid sequence intubation. Talwar P. Operating laryngoscope in a failed intubation scenario. Chhabra A. J Clin Anesth 2008. Elakkumanan LB. et al.

Intraoperative dislodgement of an internal Jugular central line with an undisturbed skin fixation. Indian J Ophthalmol 2009. Punj J. Obstetric Anesthesia Update. Preoperative evaluation of patients. Anesthesia for Ontological ENT surgeries: Review. In: Mishra MG. Nagpur: Jaypee Brothers. 2009:254–78. Trikha A. 1st ed. Darlong V. Pandey R.25.2:1. Darlong V. Macintosh balloon technique-detection of epidural space. 3. A baby is born—editorial. Subramaniam R.57:121–5. Punj J. Sethi D. A primer of anesthesia. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers.16: 34. 2. Punj J. Nasogastric tube insertion through a nasopharyngeal airway in patients with failed intubation through the nares. Trikha A. Julka A. Garg R. Batra RK. Chhabra A. Sokhal N. Chhabra A. Trikha A. 27. 2008:1–325. 1st ed. Pandey R. Prasad G. Sudden appearance of idioventricular rhythm during inhalational Induction with halothane in a child with congenital cataract. A primer of anesthesia. Anaesthetic concerns. Sharma P. J Postgrad Med 2008. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2008. Lenin BE. Sharma S. Pediatric anesthesia—general considerations in pediatric surgery. CPR in pregnant patients—editorial.52:59–62. Evaluation of single-stage adjustable Strabismus surgery under conscious sedation. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Obstetric Anaesthesia Update. Indian Journal of Anaesthesia 2008. Chhabra A Garg R. 28. Paediatr Anesth 2008.54:337–9. Darlong. Pandyr R. Critical Care in Obstetrics. Trikha A. Paediatr Anesthesia 2008. 2008:103– 22. 30. Subramaniam R. Ahmedabad. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 113 . Paediatr Anesth 2008. In: Subramaniam R. Sedation. In: Gupta DK. Anesthetic management of the critically ill obstetric patients. Renal cell carcinoma encasing and invading inferior vena cava.52:645–655. Book Subramaniam R. 2008:1:1. Chhabra A. Seizure disorder leading to apnoea and bradycardia in a 9-year-old child in the immediate postoperative period. Gadia R. Sinha J (eds). 26. Garg R. Sharma A. 37. Dehran M. Obstetric Anaesthesia Update 2009. New Delhi. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology 2009. Chapter in Books 1. 32. Journal of Anaesth Clinical Pharmacology 2008:24:361. Khanna P.2008:1:1. 31. Need for dedicated obstetric intensive care units—editorial.20: 35. Perianesthetic management of Generalized congenital Cutis Laxa Syndrome associated with pulmonary stenosis undergoing inguinal hernia repair. analgesia and muscle relaxation in ICU. Gupta P. Pawar DK.18:1130–1. Azizkhan RG. V. Chhabra A. Chhabra A. 33. 36. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology 2008. 1st ed.18:1211–12. V Rewari. 29.18:907–9. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers.

PATIENT CARE The following facilities are available in the department: 1. 3. Interventional Pain Management Procedure 4.091 92 1.083 465 466 1.097 1. Peripheral Operation Theatre Maternity OT Orthopaedics Dr R. 3 days in a week (Monday. 2. Centre for Ophthalmic Surgery 3.P. Main Operation Theatre General surgery Gastrointestinal surgery Urology Otorhinolaryngology Gynaecology IVF Paediatric surgery Dental surgery 2. Wednesday. Wednesday. 2–5 pm. Procedures done under GA in Peripheral areas Modified ECTs (Psychiatry OPD) CECT/MRI Paediatric USG (RPC) DSA ESWL AB8/ICU Total number of patients admitted Number of patients discharged Number of Deaths AB8 EMERGENCY DUTY Emergency operations done Emergency calls attended (from wards.467 448 31 4 243 169 36 3167 2530 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 114 . Pain clinc.779 451 1. Interventional pain management procedures in operation theatre on Thursday.155 1. Friday). 3 days in a week (Monday. 2–5 pm. Friday). Pre-anaesthesia clinic (PAC).556 134 1.946 2. peripheral ICUs and Casualty) OPD CLINICS Total number of patients attended the clinic: 2. Number of operations/procedures done 1.219 5.

Chairperson to Academic Committee of Indian College of Anaesthesiologists. resuscitation and allied equipment sectional committee MHD-11. Expert-Group Member of ‘Committee for decision for using unethical means during National Board of Examinations’. 2009 at New Delhi. Expert-Group Member of ‘Thesis Review Committee’ for National Board of Examinations. He was also invited to be the founder member of the ‘Establishment Committee’ of the Indian College of Anaesthesiologists. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 115 . Member of the Screening Committee to screen the applications of Joint Director (NobMedical). New Delhi. Dr Anjolie Chhabra was appointed Chairperson for judging poster/free paper section at the International Anesthesia and Critical care review at DMC Ludhiana. She also provided first-aid services. Governing Body Member and advisor to council in the Centre of Social Research (NGO) and Women Power Connect. 15–16 November 2008. Dr Anjan Trikha was nominated for the post of Vice President and editor of the Association of Obstetric Anaesthesiologist. resuscitation and critical care till the patients were shifted to a major hospital. He was selected as Expert for National Baord of Examinations for Inspection of DNB Anaesthesiology for DNB Accredited Institute. NBE. Expert-Group member for preparing Course and Curriculum for the training of MBBS Doctors in Obstetrics and Anaesthesia Skills for UTs of Lakshadweep and A & N Island. Trust member and Governing Council Member of Indian College of Anaesthesiologists. AWARDS AND HONOURS Dr Chandralekha was nominated as Executive Member to Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and Chairperson of Anaesthetic.Pre-anaesthesia clinic Pain Clinic Voluntary community services 10. Expert for National Board of Examinations for Inspection of FNB Critical Care for National Board of Examinations Accredited Institute. Dr Rashmi Ramachandran was elected Member of Hospital Infection Control Core Committee. New Delhi for 17 days. AIIMS.682 3704 Dr Maya Dehran provided voluntary medical community services at the Bhatti Centre in Radha Soami Satsang. Expert for finalization and standardization of the day to day teaching schedule for training of MBBS doctors in Life Saving Anaesthetic Skills for Emergency Obstetric Care. on 12th Feb. Dr Ravinder Kumar Batra is Chairman Ethic Subcommittee.

Roy S. Short and long-term training Four MB.Sc. A booklet on Learning Objectives for Gross Anatomy was compiled and printed for distribution to the undergraduate students on admission. IGNOU on Gyan Darshan National Board of Examination. developmental anatomy and the undergraduate students have regularly undertaken the self-assessment. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 116 .BS. The faculty taught human genetics (both practical and theory) to these students. Ray Arundhati Sharma (Genetics) (Electron Microscopy) Ritu Sehgal EDUCATION Undergraduate The department conducts MB.Tech students from Chennai University and M. Postgraduate Besides giving training to the department MD.S. BSc (Honours. The faculty delivered series of lectures to MSc students in neurosciences. amniotic fluid and cord blood samples. AIIMS. The faculty also delivered lectures on ‘Anatomy for postgraduates during teleconference’. Radiographic technique and speech and hearing therapy training courses. Mehra Additional Professors Pushpa Dhar Associate Professors Rima Dada T. B. medical genetics and embryology at Jiwaji University Gwalior.C. The department provided training to six WHO fellows in genetics for a period of three months in molecular genetic.BS students from AIIMS completed Summer Research training in Genetics and neuroscience and submitted short-term projects under Kishore Vagyanik Puruskar Yojna (KVPY) and of these two students were selected/awarded this fellowship. the department conducted course on Human Genetics for the PG students of the Department of Biotechnology.Sc. Ophthalmic. B. Two MSc students from Jiwaji University.2 Anatomy Professor and Head Rani Kumar (Dean AIIMS from March 2009) Shashi Wadhwa A.9. Das (Electron Microscopy) Renu Dhingra Professors Raj D.Sc (Biotechnology) students from Amity University worked for summer training in basic cytogenetic and Molecular techniques in ophthalmic disorders. microanatomy. B. Shariff T. Formative multiple choice questions have been prepared on various topics in Gross Anatomy..K. MSc and PhD anatomy students. Nag T.) Nursing. basic cytogenetics and prenatal diagnostic techniques for detection of chromosomal disorders using CVS. Gwalior were trained in neuroanatomical techniques.B. Nursing (Post Certificate).

) ‘Genetics of male infertility’. at Amity University.. on 26 December. delivered a lecture on ‘Impact of Aarsenic Ttoxicity on Bbiological Ssystem’. organizing faculty at National workshop on ‘Molecular cytogenetics and rapid prenatal diagnosis by FISH’. which was attended by faculty and students of all five medical colleges of Delhi. The postgraduate students of the department presented three scientific papers. Lectures delivered Professor Rani Kumar • • “Knowledge of Aanatomy—Aa must for intervention’. B. Delivered a guest lecture on ‘“Electron Microscopy in Medical Science’” in the CME. in Reorientation training programme for teachers of Sharir Rachna. which provides facilities to manage the UG and PG courses and coordinate the departmental activities like the Journal Club presentations and seminars.. and electron microscopic techniques. at 9th th Annual Meeting of ICFMT. genetics.One scientist from Myanmar was trained in plastination. held at BHU. 2008. “ in 16thth International Conference of Indian Association of Palliative Care. Delivered invited lecture on ‘Electrogen regulates synaptic plasticity in sathippocampus through activation of ERK/MAPK signaling path way. on 23 February. “ Development of Ccardiovascular Ssystem”. Ray and Dr. (11 October 2008. on 12th February.. 2009. P. Roy. Amritsar. IGNOU on Gyan Darshan. New Delhi. November. organized by National Institute of Ayurveda . 2009. Varanasi. Department of Reproductive Biology. 23 January 2009. T. The department has upgraded the eLearning facility.. Dr. Dhar • • Dr Rima Dada • Professor Raj Mehra • . 2009. 2008. Dhingra • Dr. Guranank Dev University.: International symposium on ‘Molecular aspects of brain aging and neurological disorders’. Ludhiana. AIIMS 3–8 November 2008 Genetics of Male Infertility. ‘Sodium arsenite exposure during rapid brain growth period alters calcium binding protein (CaBP) expression in rat cerebellum’”. Delivered lectures on various topics in gross and developmental anatomy during teleconference. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 117 Professor S. at 28th Annual Conference of STOX and International Symposium on ‘“Monitoring &and Mmodulating Gglobal Rresources of Eenvironmental &and Ffood contaminants: Nature versus chemicals’.” at Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University. Continuing Medical Education The department organized a meeting of the Delhi Association of Morphological Sciences (DASMOS) on 7th March 2009. Jaipur. organized by National Board of Examination. S. S. R. Wadhwa • Dr. The PGs and PhD Students are also using the eLearning facility for scientific literature search and activities related to their thesis and research. (October.

” organized by Departments of Anatomy. organized by BioMedical Informatics Centre. on 28th February. (Nov 10-12. (Aug 7-9. National Workshop on ‘“Teaching Llearning Mmethods in Hhealth Pprofessions Eeducation’”. September 22–-24 September.. AIIMS. LLRM Mmedical Ccollege..8th November 2008. Delivered a talk on ‘Prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal aberrations by conventional cytogenetics’. 2009. 2008) at KL Wig CMET. organized by Department of Physiology. from 3rd –. 2nd –to 5th February. Worked as Resource Faculty for National Workshop on ‘Assessment Mmethods for Llearning Eevaluation in Bbasic Mmedical Ssciences’... 10–12 November 2008.Ritu Sehgal • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 118 . 2008) at KL Wig CMET. AIIMS. Department of Biophysics. AIIMS. • • Dr Renu Dhingra and Dr Ritu Sehgal were appointed as Resource faculty in ‘“National workshop on Assessment Methods for learning Evaluation in Basic medical Sciences’”. 2008. New Delhi. organized by National Institute of Ayurveda . in Ssurgical workshop and Otology update. in Reorientation training programme for teachers of Sharir Rachna.. at CDRI. • Dr. on 8th March 2008 This was organized by Indian Fertility Society. from 17– to19th August 2008... 1 October 1st 2008. Jaipur. AIIMS. at live workshop on ‘Vitrification at Army Research and Referral Hhospital’. CME on ‘Oxidative stress and its role in reproductive function’. Lucknow. 8 March 2008. Indian Fertility Society. organized by Ddepartment of Ootolaryngology.at the “CME on ‘Clinical Genetics’. 2009. AIIMS. A. Obstetrics and Paediatrics. New Delhi. AIIMS. DelieveredDelivered invited lecture on ‘Genetic alterations in women with Premature Ovarian failure’ at National Symposium on ‘Rrecent advances in female reproductive health’. Meerut. AIIMS. on 7th December 2008. Attended Bioinformatics workshop on ‘“Introduction to bBioinformatics’”. Delivered lecture on ‘Vitrification and alterations in germ cell morphology and impact on ART’. Delivered a guest lecture on “ ‘Plastination : A new hope for academic institutions’”. Wworkshop on ‘Molecular Cytogenetics and prenatal diagnosis by FISH’. organized by Department of Endocrinology. 7–9 August 2008.. Dr Renu Dhingra • Delivered a guest lecture on ‘“Anatomy of tTemporal bone for ENT surgeons’”. (Check above) Participated in the workshop on ‘“Ethics in Healthcare & Research”. Sharma • • • Dr . Faculty Resource Person and Ddelivered a talk on ‘“Importance of Pprenatal diagnosis of Ggenetic disorders and awareness in the Indian Sscenario’”. New Delhi. New Delhi. organized by Department of Reproductive Biology.• Delivered invited lecture ‘Oxidative stress and its impact on male and female fertility’.

38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. December. Professor Shashi Wadhwa • • Professor Raj D. February 2009. Delivered a lecture on ‘Experimental evidence of therapeutic relevance of estrogen and estrogen like compounds postmenopause’. She chaired the session on ‘Hormonal receptors in other medical conditions’. 2008. Regional Medical Research Center for Tribal’s (RMRCT). March 2009. Meeting of the Society for neurochemistry. from 31 October – 2nd November. Jabalpur. Prof. She chaired the Poster Awards. New Delhi. S.National and International Conferences Lectures delivered Professor Rani Kumar • • Attended 14thth International conference on ‘Plastination’.Roy participated and chaired a session on Acute pancreatitis in the Asia Pacific Digestive week (APDW). 13–-16th September. December. Amritsar. Mehra participated in the International conference of Translational Pharmacology and 41st conference of the Indian Pharmacology Society. Washington DC. from 26–th Dec to 29th December 2008 at BHU Varanasi. Dr. Banaras Hindu University. Germany.S. 2008. Heidelburg. Participated and chaired a session and judged the best paper presented at an award session of the 56thth National Conference of the Anatomical Society of India.S. on 26 – 27th December. AIIMS. 2008. 2008. 2008. National Conference of the ASI. Mehra • • • • • Professor T. He also presented a research paper in the 56th Annual Meeting of the “Anatomical Society of India. December. 2008. from 20–26th July 2008. Nov 15–-19th. Varanasi. Chaired the symposium on ‘Molecular aspect of brain aging and neurological disorder’. Professor Shashi Wadhwa participated in the 74thth Aannual Mmeeting of the Indian Academy of Sciences at IIT. Participated in the International Symposium on ‘Tribal health’ and chaired the session on “Noncommunicable diseases”. AIIMS. Varanasi. November 2008. 27–-29th 2008. Roy • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 119 . New Delhi. Varanasi.. Participated in the Ranbaxy Science Foundation symposium on ‘Hormonal receptors and women’s health’. december.T. T. and chaired a session on ‘clinical anatomy”. Dr..Roy attended and presented a poster in Neuroscience 2008.. held at Varanasi. Attended 56thth NATCON of Anatomical Ssociety of India.

Participated in the 56th National Conference of Anatomical Society of India. Dhar • Attended International Conference. Delivered Invited Lecture on ‘Mitochondrial genetics in male infertility’. at AIIMS. (Oct. P. Manipal University. at Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University. 2 October 2008. 2008). Uttar Pradesh. at Biotechnology Department. Delivered invited lecture on ‘Diagnostic and Pprognostic implications of mt / nuclear mutations in couples opting for ART/IVF’ at INDO –US meeting on ‘Mitochondrial Medicine and Research’.’”. Participated in the 7th Annual Congress of the Asia Pacific of Medical Toxicology (APAMT). K. Rima Dada • • • • • .up of infertile couples’. New Delhi.Dr. BHU. October 2008) Attended the 28thth Annual Conference of STOX and International Symposium on ‘“Monitoring and modulating global resources of environmental and Food contaminants: Nature versus chemicals. New Delhi. at Chandigarh.. October 2008. (December. Mysore. India Habitat Centre. at International Congress on ‘Bio-immunoregulatory mechanism associated with reproductive organs: Relevance in fertility and sexually transmitted infections’. organized by Urology Department of Urologyt. 11 February 2009. Participated in the 41st Annual Conference of Indian Pharmacological Society and International. organized by NII. and Also chaired the Scientific Session for Award Papers. Mumbai University. on 5th December 2008. Ludhiana. at Centre of Biotechnology. Presented papers at the National Conference of the Anatomical Society of India and the Annual Conference of the Indian Pharmacological Society. of South Asian Congress of Forensic Medicine. Invited as guest Faculty at the 16th International Conference of the Indian Association of Palliative Care. S. Forensic Science and Toxicology and 9thth Annual Meeting of ICFMT at Amity University. October 2008. on 25th September 2008 at India Habitat Centre AIIMS 2008-2009 / 120 • • • • Dr. Varanasi. Delivered invited lecture on ‘Insight into genetic and biochemical aspects of male infertility at Androcon’. December 2008. AIIMS. Attended Human Genome meeting HGM2008 (satellite Symposium) on ‘Clinical genomics’.. Nov 12–-13th November 2008. Delivered invited lecture on ‘Molecular studies in infertility—Their role in work. Conference on Translational Pharmacology at AIIMS.. Invited to the National Convention on ‘Testing and Eevaluation for Hindi’ organized by the Central Institute of Indian Languages. . Asian Congress of Urology.. Varanasi. Chaired a scientific session on ‘“Medical Education’”. Also chaired session during this meeting. Basu Ray • • • • Dr. at the 56thth National Conference of the Anatomical Society of India.

15–16 November 2008. New Delhi. organized by ICMR and Department of Biophysics. 2008. RESEARCH Funded Projects Completed 1. at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and AIIMS. from 27–-29th September 2008 at Hyderabad Presented 3 posters at ASIA ARVO meeting. at Amity University. BHU. Hyderabad. September 24–29 September.. Renu Dhingra • • Attended a workshop on ‘“Introduction to biomedical—informatics’”. Varanasi.. Mutation analysis of 5q31 – linked Autosomal dominant corneal dystrophy in north Indian patients. India. Funded by AIIMS (2005–2008). China. Hyderabad. Ritu Sehgal delivered invited lectures ion ‘Anatomy and Eembryology’ for the RCOG North Zone Postgraduate Course. New Delhi. Dr. New Delhi. International Symposium on ‘Ethics. India. New Delhi. 1. New Delhi. Funds: Rs. 2009. at Hyderabad. 2008. Meeting held at Hyderabad International Convention Centre. 2–5 February 2009. held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts.. Arundhati Sharma • • • Dr. Beijing. The Thirteenth International Conference of HUGO – The Human Genome Organization (HUGO) and HGM2008. AIIMS. North India Conference on ‘Fetal medicine—prenatal diagnosis and therapy’. Dr. Asia-ARVO – 2009. Dr. Hyderabad. Sponsored by ICMR.. organized by Delhi Society for Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy (DESPAT)..• • • • Presented 4 posters at HUGO meeting. 2008. August. in January 2009. held on 25th September 2008. The Human Genome Organization’s (HUGO) Satellite Symposium on ‘Clinical Genomics’. Nag Participated in the XVIII International Congress of Eye Research.9 lakh.. T. Arundhati Sharma. organized by HUGO – the Human Genome Organization from 27–30 September. from 26th Dec to 29th December 2009 at BHU Varanasi. 15–18 January. culture and population genomics’ and 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Human Genetics.. meeting held in the Hyderabad International Convention Centre. 17–20 March 2009. Attended the 56th NATCON of Anatomical society of India. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 121 .C.

Funded by DBT (2008–-2011). . Development of the inferior colliculus—a stereological morphometric study. Funds: Rs . Funded by AIIMS Funded. Funds: Rs. 5. 9. Rima Dada. 36 lakhs.. Funds: Rs..88 lakh. Funded by ICMR funded (2008– 2011). 7. Arundhati Sharma. Arundhati Sharma. Funded by ICMR (2008–2010). Funds: Rs 2.. Screening of Von-Hippel Lindau gene for germline mutations in intracranial aneurysms.0 Lakh.43 lakhs. Genetic and DNA fragmentation study in infertile couples opting for ART and couples experiencing recurrent IVF/ICSI failure. Funded by AIIMS Funded. (2008–-2010). Funded by DBT (2006–-2009). Mutational analysis of corneal dystrophies in north Indian patient population. Mehra.5 lakh 10. 8.5 lakhs (Co-PI).Ongoing 1. 800. Funded by CSIR (2006–-2009) Funds: Rs 15 lakhs. (Co-PI) 12.) 4. Congenital Adrenal hyperplasia—genotype phenotype correlation.T. Rima Dada. (PI Shashi Wadhwa. (Co-PI) 14. (2007–-2009). 3. Funds: Rs 1.Arundhati Sharma . hippocampus and spatial memory in chicks. Funded by ICMR the Indian Council of Medical Research for 3 years (2008–2011). Funded by ICMR. (Collaborative: Co PI. Prenatal Development and Maturation of Human Inferior Colliculus. Influence of prenatal chronic noise exposure on brain stem auditory nuclei. Analysis of Mitochondrial DNA Mutations in pathogeneisis of spermatogenetic arrest. Funded by ICMR (2007–2010). R.D. 2. PI: Dr. . AIIMS 2008-2009 / 122 . Funds: Rs 26.76 lakh.Ray..B. Funded by ing agency: DST (2007–10).D. Roy. Funds: Rs 30 lakh.Ffunded by Department of Biotechnology (2008–-2011). Genetic Parameters of Neuroblastoma: A study on Fine Needle Aspiration Cultures. (BT/PR6771/BRB/10/448/2005) Funds: Rs 18. 6.64 lakh. brain derived neurotrophic growth factor and spatial memory in chick hippocampus. Funded by Indo-Hung.. (DBT/ PR10651/ Med 30/102/2008) Funds: Rs 65. Studies on ovariectomy induced anatomico-chemical changes in rat cerebellum and their response to estradiol and tamoxifen therapies. (PI:Dr. Funded by Department of Biotechnology (2006–2009). Prenatal auditory sound stimulation: Eeffect on spatial memory and expression of synaptic proteins in chick hippocampus.. 3.49 lakhs. Funds: Rs.9 lakh. (SRF project). – Arundhati Sharma.s. S. 5.000 lakh. Total amount sanctioned: Funds: Rs 23. Collaborative research project) (Funded by DST funded(2007–2009). (Co-PI) 13. A prospective study. Influence of prenatal auditory stimulation on the development of synaptic proteins. (PI Shashi Wadhwa.S. (2008–-2009). Brain aging and neurodegeneration: Neuroprotective and biomodulatory roles of estrogens and glucocorticoids (PI Dr. Funds: Rs. 11.R. Mehra. A study on the novel analgesic effect of intraspinal loperamide in a murine model of postsurgical pain..

Co PI Rima Dada. Funded by DBT for 1 year (2008–-2009). 4. PI: Dr. Departmental Projects Ongoing : 1. Nag. 19.K. PI Tanuj Dada. Funds: Rs 2. 2007–-2010). Collaborative 1. PI: Dr Renu Dhingra Co PI : Dr Rani Kumar and Dr Neerja Bhatla. European Commission funded “ASSIST” Project. Age changes in the human oculomotor nerve 4. OXPHOS mutations in infertile Indian men. Funds: Amount Rs 75000. To evaluate possible presence of mutations in VSX1 gene in Keratoconus. Co PI Rima Dada. Funded by AIIMS funded. Funds: Rs 12 lakh.. Funded by ICMR (2008). Mehra as the Principal investigator... (PI) 16. 3.. Development of the human auditory system 3. Cardiovascular effects of sSelective OeEstrogen¡ receptor modulators administered alone and in combination with Parnaparin: Aa comparative histological study in ovariectomized rats. 18. Primary Congenital Glaucoma patients. Photoreceptor changes in the aging human retina and their possible link with oxidative stress. Mutation spectrum of the CYP1B1 gene in North Indian. 17. Funding agency: AIIMS (2006–2008). Mutation analysis in congenital and developmental glaucoma and development in North Indian Population. Funded by AIIMS. 2. C. Age changes in the human cochlear nerve 5. 6.. . (2008–-2010). Role of circulating angiogenetic factors in the pathogenesis of preeclampsia . Funds: Rs 10 lakh. 5.. Primary Congenital Glaucoma patients. Role of circulating sFlt-1 in the pathogenesis of pre-eclampsia..D.. Duration: 2006-2008. Total amount: 2. T. Renu Dhingra. Funded by AIIMS (2006–2008). Mehra with Professor N. EU-FP6. PI Tanuj Dada. Funded by AIIMS Funded (2008–2010). Rima Dada. Morphology of the fetal and adult human pancreatic duct system AIIMS 2008-2009 / 123 .Arundhati Sharma. Funds: Rs 2 lakh. Ritu Shegal.Co PI Rima Dada. Funded by AIIMS.000. Mutation spectrum of the CYP1B1 gene in North Indian . Funded by DBT (Duration: 2006–-2008). Rima Dada. (SRF project). Total amountFunds Rs: 2 lakh.R. Funds: Sanctioned amount: Rs 1 lakh.15. ICMR Phase III clinical trial with intravasal injectable Male contraceptive RISUG. Funded by AIIMS (2006–2008).00. 2. Hippocampal regulation of immune mechanism. with RP Center. (Dr.0 Lakhs. Ritu Shegal.

Mitochondrial mutation analysis and cytogenetic study in Keratoconus. for Neuroscience 2008 Nov. Dr Rima Dada. 3. 127:. Chatterjee T. p 11. Effect of prenatal sound on the morphology of auditory and visual thalamic relay nuclei of domestic chick. Dr Rima Dada. Dr Rima Dada. Collaborative Projects Ongoing 1. Wadhwa S. S. P. 2008. ROS and DNA damage assessment pre and post varicocelectomy. (with Dr Rajiv Kumar-Urology) 3. (with Dr Tityal and Dr N Sharma in RPC) PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Naithani R. Wadhwa S. Dr Rima Dada. S.) 4.4. Cytogenetic study in Myelodysplastic Syndromes. pathological and ultrastructural findings in Asian-Indians. Dr. Indian J Cancer 2008. Effects of arsenic exposure during early postnatal period on the rat hippocampus. Dr Rima Dada. Mahapatra M. 2. Effects of arsenic exposure during early postnatal period on rat testis—A morphological study. Effect of lipoic acid as an antioxidant supplement on arsenic induced toxicity in developing rat hippocampus 7. Glial changes in aging human optic nerve Completed 1. Nag TC. Jan 200829. (2007. Departmental project completed in July 2008. Wadhwa S. Panigrahi I. 3. (2008). January 2009. Kumar R. Effect of prenatal auditory stimulation on spatial orientation of chicks and expression of PSD. (with Dr Renu SaxenaHaematology-IRCH) 5. Chaudhury S. Departmental project completed in . 1191: 96–-106. Calbindin D-28K and parvalbumin expression in embryonic chick hippocampus is enhanced by prenatal auditory stimulation. Effect of sodium arsenite exposure during early postnatal period on rat testis 8. Wadhwa. . 2008. Society. Pati HP.45: (2) Apr-Jun: 41–44. 9. Hairy cell leukemia: Clinical. Dhar. Chaudhury S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 124 . Saxena Ret al. 2. 16. Dr. Chromosomal aberrations in Oculoplastic syndromes. Nag TC. Wadhwa. Effect of arsenic exposure on rat liver during early postnatal period. Chromosomal aberrations and molecular study in BPES. (with Dr Neelam PushkerRPC) 2. Dr. Brain Res .6. Choudhry VP. (with Dr Bhavna Chawla-RPC) 4. Effect of prenatal chronic intense sound exposure on medio-rostral neostriatum/ hyperstriatum ventrale region of chick forebrain: A morphometric study.95 in the hippocampus.

Indian Joural of Pharmacology. Dhar P. Synapse 2009.. 57 (1): 62–-63 (Abstr. Mathur R. Robertsonian translocations and their role in pathogenesis of recurrent IVF failure.. Exposure to sodium arsenite during Rapid Brain growth (RBg) period reduces Calcium Binding Protein Expression in rat hippocampus. Kucheria K. Obs and Gynae Today. for Neuroscience 2008 Nov. M B Shamsi MB. 2008. M Jena M. Effects of Arsenic Exposure during rapid brain growth period (RBGP) on dentate gyrus of rat hippocampus: A morphological and morphometric Study. 17. Wadhwa S. Nandave M. Chaudhury S. Bhatla N. Morphological and histological changes in placentas of pre-eclamptic patients. Singapore Med J. Raj Mehra R. Tanwar M. J. : Mitochondria as therapeutic target of estrogen mediated neuroprotection. (2008) 16. An atypical anatomical variation of palmar vascular pattern. Dada R. (Abstr. J. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 125 . 2008. 2008. M Tanwar M. 9. Shamsi M B. Mehra Raj D.. Society. 40 (Suppl. Ojha S. 2009 Mar 25. Iyer V. Indian..) Add Journal. 40(2): 163.63:152– 159. Reversible Hypogonadisn in Bradet Biedl Syndrome. Dixit S. Mehra RD. 2009. Narang R.. apoptotic index and estrogen receptor regulation in hormone depleted adult and in aged rat hippocampus. Fertil Steril. Dada R.(Abstr. 16.. Dhar P. 15. Anat. S 112. Sharma R K. Mehra RD.. vol. Varshney M. Dada Ret al.4. p 8. Effect of prenatal auditory stimulation on postnatal learning and isolation induced stress in domestic chick. Mohd Idiris Gaznavi MI. et al. Soc.K. Gupta NP. Roy S. 12. 2009. Anat. J. Dhar P. : Estrogen therapy improves neuronal cytoarchitecture. Volume 45: Feb 2008.19. Role of alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) in amelioration of arsenic induced behavioral. Ammini AC. of Experimental Biology. K. Kauser H.14(12):617–-20. S Venkatesh S. Indian Journal of Pharmacology 2008. Tandon N. S 112. Neerja R.. Kumar R. Mehra R. 2008. Dhingra R. Mehra RD. Structural chromosomal anomalies and their association with reproductive failure.. 14.) Add Journal 8.. 45(3): 221-23. [Epub ahead of print] 7. Genetic screening in couples experiencing recurrent assisted procreation failure. 6.. 46: 646–-652 (2008).) Add Journal. D Pathak D.: Effect of commiphoramukul extract on cardiac dysfunction and ventricular function in isoproternolinduced myocardial infarction. 57 (1) : 85. Wadhwa S. 10. India. Pal A. Jain S. Dixit S.152–154. and Arya D. 49(9) : 245–-49. 611–-615. 13. Sharma RK. 122:. Jha O. Kumar R. Desai A. Kumar R. 40 (Supply 2):. vol. 3:. Kumar P. biochemical and morphological alterations in rats. Lall K. 2):. et al. Effect of prenatal auditory stimulation on numerical synaptic density and mean synaptic height in the posthatch day 1 chick hippocampus. R Kumar R. Kumar R.S. Joshi S. 11. Dada Ret al. Nag TC.. 5. Kumar R. Soc. India. Arora A. 2008. Kaler S. and Kumar R. 2008 Dec. Indian Journal of Pharmacology. Med Sci Monit. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics 2008. Dhar P.

20. Gupta A.. Indian J Med Res 2008. Indian J Exp Biol 2008.13:(273–87). ‘Rare finding of 2n/4n mixoploidy in mother and fetus with severe immune hydrops’. Gupta NP. February 2008.. Delhi Ophthalmology Society Times. Roy TS. 22. Sen S... Sperm DNA integrity analysis and correlation with seminal antioxidant levels in men with idiopathic infertility : Importance of prescreening in couples opting for ART. Paliwal P. Pathak D. 29.. et al. Sharma N.Vol XII: No. Tanwar M. Roy TS. Pancreas. Ray SB. Stereological investigation and expression of calcium-binding proteins in developing human inferior colliculus. Nag TC.18. Indian J Urol. et al.: Potentiation of opiod induced Analgesia by L-type calcium channel blockers: Need for clinical trial in cancer pain.. Nimodipine is more effective than nifedipine in attenuating morphine tolerance on chronic co-administration in the rat tail-flick test. Venkatesh S. DNA integrity in men with low antioxidant levels... Shamsi M. Venkatesh S. Tanwar M. Shamsi MB. Ray B.. J Chem Neuroanat. 14:4.. Kumar M. Mishra P. Bhatt A. Sharma A. Gupta NP. Sharma RK. Mukherjee S.. 30. Shamsi MB. 21. 25. Ray SB. Verma D. Shamsi M. [PMID: 18403788] 26. Journal of Anesthesia. 2009.. 9 September 2008 pp 388–390.B..46:219–-228. centoacinar cells and undifferentiated cells. Mar. Ontogeny of the human pancreatic duct. 52 (4) : 367–-72 (2008). Talwar P. Venkatesh S. Tanwar M . Neurosci Lett 2008. (Epub) 24. ‘Genetics of corneal dystrophies’. Vajpayee R B et al. stellate. Mukherjee S. Ind.. 90–93. Shamsi MB. Sharma A... Basu RS. Spinal antinociceptive action of loperamide is mediated by opioid receptors in the formalin test in rats. and Deka D.. Mitochondrial DNA mutations in etiopathogenesis of Mmale infertility. Sharma RK..127:. 23. Paliwal P.. Titiyal J S. Perspective in Ccytology and Genetics 2007. Cytogenetic and Genome Research. et al. Characterization of sperm chromatin quality by Comet assay. Tandon R. Kumar R. Dada Ret al. pp 15–123. Wadhwa S.. Gupta R.. Evaluation of nuclear DNA damage in human spermatozoa in men opting for assisted reproduction. 2008.. 28. Sharma S. Mutation Research.37(2):78–86. 49–-53.13:(255–-262). Infertility –Yq microdeletion and implications in assisted procreations.448:260–-262. Wadhwa S. Talwar P. Dhawan A et al. Kumar R.: 124:. Ray S. Perspective in Cytology and Genetics 2007. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 126 . Talwar P. Dadhwal V. Venkatesh S. Sharma RK. and Mehra Raj D. March 2009. 27. 19.. Sharma V. Yaksh TL.24:150–-154.. 2009. Kumar R. 2008. Bamezai RNK. 37(3):341. Kumar R and Dada R. Sharma Y. Kumar R.B. 2008. Obs and Gynae Today 2008. Tanwar M. 2008. Shamsi MB.

Venkatesh S. Dada R. Diagnostic and prognostic implications of nuclear and mitochondrial mutations in couples opting for ART . Kumar M. Chaubey R.and N-type voltagesensitive calcium channels in the spinal cord of morphine + nimodipine treated rats. Dada R.: S. Venkatesh S. Sazawal S. Poster number 382. Tanwar M. Perspective in Ccytology and Genetics 2007. Kumar R. Wei. Poster number 392. Deecaraman M. 3. American Society of Clinical Oncology 2008. et al. Brain Res 2009. and Dada R. Gupta YK. Trabajos Del Instituto Cajal. 296. Mutation in ATPase gene regulating oxidative phosphorylation in sperm mitochondria and low seminal antioxidant levels in idiopathic asthenozoospermic men.B. Differential expression of L. Pathak D. PMID: 19293438 35.31. Ray SB.370. Abstract Number P01. 2.. Kumar M. Gupta N P. Indian Journal of Urology 2008. M.. et al. Kumar R. Kumar R. British Medical Journal (Ccase Reports).Volume 16 (Supplement 2) 49. Dhar P. Analysis of sperm and blood mt DNA mutations in infertile oligoasthenozoospermic (OA) men. J Urol 2008. Page number 192. Shamsi M B. Shamsi MB. An overview into the role of estrogen in cerebellar synaptic plasticity and neuroprotection. Venkatesh S.129(2):127–-37.. et al. Kumar R. Pages 1964–-1966). Venkatesh S. Proceedings of the Human Genome meeting 2008. R. Diagnostic and prognostic implications of nuclear and mitochondrial mutations in couples opting for ART. held at Hyderabad on 27-30 September 2008. Role of reactive oxygen species in the pathogenesis of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) mutations in male infertility. 34. Issue 4. Dada R. Proceedings of the Human Genome meeting 2008. Shamsi M. Bhat A. European Journal of Human Genetics 2008.. Singh G. Abstract No 136. Shamsi M B. Page number 195.. Venkatesh S.. (p 77) 5.S. Chang and Y. Shamsi MB. Tanwar M. Venkatesh S. Indian J Med Res. Chen.(2009) 33. Kumar R.. Venkatesh S. Sihota R.1249:128–-134. W.. Volume 181:. Kumar R.B. 2009 Feb. Mitochondrial ATPase Gene mutations associated with low antioxidant levels in idiopathic asthenozoospermic Indian men. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 127 . (. Dada R.-H. Re: Attenuation of oxidative stress after Varicocelectomy in subfertile patients with varicocele. held at Hyderabad on 27–-30 September 2008. April 2009.Reiger Syndrome with multiple chromosomal breaks. Varshney M K. Huang. PMID: 19246058 36. Parashar A. and Mehra Raj:. LXXXII:. Shamsi MB. S. Nyakas C. Kumar R. J. Pathak D. Sharma RK.. Isochromosome (9q) as the sole chromosomal anomaly: A rare finding in MDS . 24 (Supplement 2) Oct 2008. Dada R. Online) 32. Mir R. L. Dada R.. TOMO 2009.. Kumar. Gupta RK. Dada R. 179:639–642 (The Journal of Urology 2009..Vol. Verma D.. Bamezai RN. Dada T.. Kumar M.13:(263–-272). 4. Feb 20 09.. Abstracts 1.

Pathak D.. 27–29 December. Kumar M. Heidelburg. Kumar R. Dada R. Sharma S. Ilavenil K. Kumar R.. held in Cochin University of Science &and Technology. Jacob TG.. September 2008. “ held in Banaras Hindu University. p 21.27–29. Malhotra N.(2008). Identification of a novel deletion in a couple with recurrent spontaneous abortions. “ held in Banaras Hindu University. Dada R. Shariff A (Presented a paper orally) – ‘“Morphological changes in Myenteric Plexus of rat colon in chronic stress’”. (Poster Presentation P-346) Page 106. Varanasi. page-223. Abst No. Kerala. July 28-28. JIA of Neurosciences) Page-107. Tanwar M. Supplement 1. Printed in proceedings of 14th International conference on Plastination. 15. Shamsi MB. The Untroacinar cells of the human pancreas. (Presented a porter) – ‘“Effect of chronic stress on nitrergic and cholinergic neurons of ENS in rat colon’”. 2008.68.S. 2008. (Presented a poster ) –” Aberrant nerve supply of the flexor muscles of Aarm—Case report (Poster presentation). Centric Fission of chromosome 5 in a couple with recurrent spontaneous abortions. on 27–-30 September 2008: 201.. in “ 56th National Conference of the Anatomical Society of India. Dada R. Aravind Eye Institute. Fertility and Sterility. Dudeja S. Kriplani A. Roy T. Dada R. ASHG -2008: . Proceedings of the National Conference of the Anatomical Society of India. Proceedings of the National Conference of the Anatomical Society of India. Dada R. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 128 .6. Does the duct system of the human pancreas contain progenitor of insulin containing cells.” in “ 56th National Conference of the Anatomical Society of India. 10. 2008: 106. Effects of cold and room temperature impregnation on morphological features of heart during plastination. (Oral Presentation – 18) Page No. International Symposium on ‘Ethics. 13.(2008). 9. held at Hyderabad. Page S463. Varanasi. Jana R.Volume 90:. Varanasi. Kumar M. Venkatesh S. 17th to 20th March 2009. held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts. Sharma A. from 12th to 14th December. 14. Ammini A C. Page number 201. Deletion of chromosome 10 and pericentric inversion of chromosome 9 in congenital lower lid entropion. Varanasi. 20-26th July 2008. et al. Cytogenetic study in premature ovarian failure. Tanwar M. Malhotra N. Roy T. Meeting of Indian Eye Research Group. Yadav U.S. Gupta R. 11. Pathak D. Dec. New Delhi. 2008. Sharma S. from 27th to 29th December. Gupta R. Kumar R. 8. Proceedings of the Human Genome Meeting 2008.. Tanwar M. in International Conferences on Advances in Neurosciences &and XXVI Annual Meeting of Indian Academy of Neurosciences’”. culture and population Genomics’ and 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Human Genetics. Poster number 416. 16. Jana R. Kumar M. Jana R. from 27th to 29th December. Sihota R. Germany..6. (Anals of Neurosciences. 7. Dudeja S. Venkatesh S. 2008.. Madras. Pg 11. 12. Ultrastructural defects in spermatozoa of men attending the infertility clinic. 2008: 6. Kumar M. 2008:107. Shariff A. and Kumar R. Dada T. Mittal S.. Dhingra R.

histopathological and clinical examinations for genotype-phenotype analysis in patients with TGFBI-linked corneal dystrophies’ 13th annual HUGO conference. Diagnostic and prognostic implications of nuclear and mitochondrial mutations in couples opting for ART. Poster number 417. Hyderabad. AJHG 24(11):72 19. Ptosis. held at Hyderabad. Kumar R. Gupta J. Printed in Pproceedings of 14th International Cconference on Plastination. Fertility and Sterility 2008. Kumar R. Pathak D. Proceedings of the Human Genome Mmeeting 2008. held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts. Kriplani A. New Delhi.63.. . Sharma N. Venkatesh S . International Symposium on ‘Ethics. Titiyal J. Asia. Paliwal P.. Dadhwal V. Dada R. ‘Amniocentesis for prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal anomalies: an AIIMS experience’. 2008. Ilavenil K. et al. 21. ‘Mutation spectrum of SLC4A11 gene in Congenital Hereditary Endothelial Dystrophy’. Novel 3q26-28 Deletion in Blepharophimosis. 2009:. Malhotra N et al. Dada R.. held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts. ‘Importance and Aawareness of Ccytogenetic analysis in a hospital set-up’. Shamsi MB. Cculture and Ppopulation Ggenomics’ and 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Human Genetics. held at Hyderabad. and Sharma A. Sexana R. Asia-ARVO. Sharma N. Comparison of gross morphological features in freshly and old embalmed human hearts using plastination. International Symposium on ‘Ethics. 2008. published in Fertility and Sterility 2008. Sharma A and. Sharma R K. Gupta P. 17–th to 20th March 2009.. Pathak D. India. 17–th to 20th March 2009. Rekha Chaubey R. 25.. New Delhi. Cculture and Ppopulation Ggenomics’ and 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Human Genetics. Tanwar M. ‘Molecular genetic. Tandon R. International Symposium on ‘Ethics. Bansal V K. Kumar M. Diagnostic aAnd Pprognostic Iimplications oOf Nnuclear Aand Mitochondrial Mmutations Iin Ccouples Oopting Ffor Aart. Page S295. Cculture and Ppopulation Ggenomics’ and 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Human Genetics. page. American Society of Reproductive Medicine. New Delhi. 26. 23. Venkatesh S..S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 129 .. from 27–30 September 2008.Pg 16.ARVO. 17 autosomal translocation in an infertile man ASHG 2008. Gupta J. January 15–-18. Jain S.. 22. Paliwal P. September 2008. Mishra S K.Bet al. Paliwal P. Cytogenetic analysis in Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS). Unique 2. Dada R. . Shamsi M B.. Pathak D. Jindal V. and Dhingra R. 15th–18th January 2009. 20–-26th July 2008. Dada R. 17–20 March 2009. Sen S.17. Kumar M. Vajpayee R. 20. Pathak D. Pushkar N. 18. Volume 90:. on 27–-30 September 2008: 201.. Venkatesh S. Sharma A. Germany. 27. Sen S. and Epicanthus Inversus Syndrome (BPES). 16. ‘Glutathione S-transferases (GSTT1 and GSTM1) gene deletions in breast carcinoma: Ssusceptibility and prognostic implications’. Supplement 1. Dada R. 2008. held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts. 24. Deka D. Tandon R. Kumar R. Kumar R. Paliwal P. Kumar M. Paliwal P and Sharma A. Heidelburg. Kumar M. Page number 201.

Indian Journal of Urology (Suppl 2:79). Kumar M. Volume 16: Supplement 2 May 2008. 30. Asian Congress of Urology. Venkatesh S. 38. October 2008. “Cytogenetic analysis in Iidiopathic premature ovarian failure”. Ghose S. held on October 23–27. ASHG 2008. January 15–-18. European Journal of Human Genetics 2008. 33.. Pathak D. Shamsi M B. Dada R. Sperm mitochondrial ATPase gene mutation and low seminal antioxidant levels in idiopathic asthenozoospermic men. Das T. Asia-ARVO. Hyderabad. Pathak D. (599/F (Page: 144) A S H G 57th Annual Meeting. October 23–27. Page S295. Trisomy 9: A rare chromosomal abnormality in MDS” to ESHG 2008 EMPAG 2008 . R. Dada R. Human Genome Meeting 2008. Kumar R. Kumar R. 8–12 November 2008. Kumar R. Cculture and Ppopulation Ggenomics’ and 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Human Genetics. 2-5.. 2007 in San Diego. Arya D. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 130 . Tanwar M. India 13th Aannual HUGO Cconference. Saxena R. Barcelona. Dada R. Kumar R. Kashyap S. California. New Delhi. Sihota R. Clinical and Ggenetic Aanalysis of the Congenital Eyelid Anomalies in a Tertiary Care Hospital. Pathak D.. Ultrastructural changes and genetic study in Aassociated congenital glaucoma case with Sturge-Weber syndrome. . ASRM. Pathak D. Kumar R. ISHG. held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts. . International Symposium on ‘Ethics. Kaur J. Published in the abstract book for 57th annual meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics. 37.Volume 90:. Sharma R K. 17 to 20 March 2009. Tanwar M. An analysis of chromosomal aberrations in 50 cases of Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS). Diagnostic and prognostic implications of nuclear and mitochondrial mutations in couples opting for ART. Gupta P. 39. Gupta NP. Dada R. Dada Ret al. Abstract number 1696/F Genetic analysis in recurrent IVF failure (Abstract number 1696/F). Kumar R. Venkatesh S. Saxena R. Dada Tet al. Talwar P. (Abstract Number P02. Bhat et al. Genetic Aberration in Dyzygotic twins with Premature ovarian failure”. Dada R. 31. Pathak D. Gupta V. Kumar R. September 2008. Dada R. 32. from 27 to 30 September 2008. Pathak D. Spain. Pathak D. Tanwar M.28. . Kumar R. Shamsi M B. HGM 13th Annual HUGD Conference. Mukherjee S. 2008. Shamsi M B.. 36. Saxena R.230). Kumar M. Kumar R. P04. California. Sazawal S. Supplement 1. Chuabey R.107 May 31 June 3. Pushkar N. Ammini A C. 29. 2008. Venakt S. Correlation of Antioxidant Enzyme level with mitochondrial mutations in North Indian infertile men. Shamsi M B. 35. held at Hyderabad. Kumar R. Venkatesh S. Antioxidant levels and DNA damage analysis in men opting for Assisted Reproduction. Dada R. Moscone Convention Center San Francisco. Dada R. Cytogenetic Aanalysis in Myelodysplastic Syndrome(MDS)”. 34. Chaubey R. Sharma R K. Dada R. Hyderabad. Rakesh Kumar R. Gupta N P. Fertility and Sterility. Kumar M. India. Gupta N P. 2007. 27-30 September 2008. 2008. 2009. Dada R. 2008. Kumar R.. Dada R. Bajaj M S. Arora S. 2009.

Mukherjee S. Oxidative Stress and mitochondrial mutation in idiopathic asthenozoospermic men. 52. Sharma RK.40.Vol. Dadhwal V. March 2008. Kumar R.. Venkatesh S. Kumar R. Mitochondrial DNA mutation analysis in semen and blood samples of infertile Oligoasthenozoospermic men. Roy TS (2008). Shamsi M B. Supplement 1. Sturge-Weber Syndrome with Congenital Glaucoma and CYP1B1 Gene Mutations. Dada R. Sharma M. Identification of Ter@223 as a Predominant CYP1B1 Allele Causing Primary Congenital Glaucoma in North-Indian Patients. page 28. American Society of Andrology. Dada R. January 15–-18. 46. New Delhi. Dada T. Venkatesh S. Kumar M. Sharma A. Kumar R. March 2009. 49. 56th NATCON ASI. India. Dada R..819. Bhatla N. and Deka D. December 2008: Page 9. Dada R. Tanwar M. Reactive Ooxygen Sspecies and sperm mitochondrial DNA mutations in infertile Patients. Volume 90: . Neuroscience 2008. Sharma R K. Dada Ret al. Shamsi M B. 15–18 January. Sihota R. et al. Fertility and Sterility 2008. American Society of Reproductive Medicine 2008. Cytogentics and Yq microdeletion analysis in couple experiencing recurrent IVF failure. Proceedings of the Human Genome meeting 2008. 56th NATCON ASI. Annual Congress of the Ssociety of Aandrology. 43. et al. Venkatesh S. Asia-ARVO.. 2009. Kumar R. Kumar R. Venkatesh S. mtDNA mutation screening in blood and sperm of infertile oligoasthenozoospermic (OA) men. Kumar R. Kumar R. 17th January 2008. 2008.. 48. (Abstract No. 42. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 131 . Kumar R. Gupta N P. held at Hyderabad.. Antioxidant levels and DNA damage analysis in men opting for assisted reproduction. and Dhingra R. Sharma R K. Wadhwa S.. Stereological investigation and expression of calcium-binding proteins in developing human inferior colliculus. Kumar M. Venkatesh S.9). Indian Journal of Urology 2008. Kumar M.ement 2): October 2008 (p 78). Varugheese Betsy . ASHG. on 27–-30 September 2008: 212. 45. September 2008. 41. Gupta N P. Paliwal P.. Dada T. 2009:. and Dhingra R. Shamsi M B. Dudeja S. Poster number 51. 50. 24 (Suppl. Page S42008.17 novel translocation in a severely oligozoospermic infertile men. 2. Sharma V. Nag TC. Talwar P. Venkatesh S. Gupta N P. Gupta N P. December 2008: Page 82. Kumar R. Shamsi M B. Sharma R K. Bamezai R N. Apoptosis in trophoblastic cells of normal and preeclamptic placentas in Indian pregnant women . 2009:. Kumar R. 44. 51. Gupta N P. Page number 212. Venkatesh S. Kumar R. Dudeja S. Kumar R. Tanwar M. Dada R. Meeting of the Delhi Society for Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy (DESPAT). 47. page-213. Kumar R . Comparative study of circulating antiangiogenic factors in normotensive and pre eclamptic pregnant women in Indian population. Sihota R. ‘Rare case of double aneuploidy seen in fetus on amniocentesis with USG abnormalities’. Bhatla N. American Society of Andrology. Asia-ARVO.. Moolchand Hospital. Dada R.

Ray B. 54. Cell cycle and basic genetics. Mishra S. 2009:. Shamsi M B. Kumar R. Kumar Rani “ Textbook of Human Embryology. 2): Oct 2008 (p 77). 2008: Pg 172. 24 (Suppl. New Delhi: Anamaya Publications.New Delhi: Anamaya Publications. Published by New Delhi: I.. In: Dr Kumar R (Author). Advances in developmental neuroscience and imaging. Pathak D. New Delhi: I.Vol. Kumar R. Shamsi M B. New Delhi. Dada R et al. Nag T C. Tanwar M. Dada R.53. PATIENT CARE Genetic Diagnostic andand Counselling Services Offering genetic diagnostic and counselling services to patients from several clinical departments and also helped Delhi Police in sex identification of unidentified bodies.. Pathak D. Venkatesh S.. pages: 74–83. Author: Dr Rani Kumar. Chatterjee SN (eds). 55.. 2008. Shamsi M B. Cytogenetic analysis Male infertility POF ART failure Endocrinological disorders and genital ambiguity Oculoplastic syndromes MDS-myelodysplastic syndrome Chromosome analysis Amniotic fluid/cvs/cord blood 123 52 96 24 41 16 346 80 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 132 . Venkatesh S. Textbook of Human Embryology.”. New Delhi. Oxidative stress and mitochondrial DNA mutations in Oligoasthenoteratozoospermic patients (Abstract Number P02. Chapter 6. Maturation of the human auditory pathway during prenatal and early postnatal period. Roy T S. Ltd.236). Kumar R. Advances in developmental neuroscience and imaging. Venkatesh S. New Delhi. 2009. Prenatal auditory stimulation: Comparison of the developmental changes in the chick auditory system and hippocampus. Wadhwa S. In: Eswaran H. Tanwar M. 2): May 2008. pages:269–-282. Sharma N. Indian Journal of Urology 2008. Oxidative stress and mitochondrial DNA mutations in oligoasthenoteratozoospermic patients. In: Eswaran H. Dada R. 3. Chatterjee Singh N. Chatterjee Singh N. 2008:. 1st ed.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Chapter 7. Books/Chapters in Books 1. Pathak D. 2. Gupta N P... Eds: Eswaran H. 2009. European Journal of Human Genetics 2008. 4. Oxidative stress and mitochondrial DNA mutations in oligoasthenoteratozoospermic patients. Kumar R. 1st Edition. ESHG. Volume 16 (Suppl. pages: 84–-90. Chatterjee Singh N (eds). Sharma A.K. Tanwar M. Eds: Eswaran H. International Publishing House.

B.e. was awarded ‘ICGP Junior Investigator Award’” by the International Society of Geriatrics and Psychoneuroendocrinology for her paper entitled ‘“Estrogen therapy reduces senile neurodegenerative changes in female rat subiculum’”. She visited Cleveland Clinic as Visiting Scientist. The Open University. Torino. Through the IBRO-SfN travel award she attended the 38 Annual meeting of SfN. Washington DC. USA for 3 months. and Milton Keynes to work with Professor. Ph. 2008 as well as the CIMO. Stewart w. Ph. Her biographical sketch appeared in ‘Lilavati’s Daughters’ – The women scientists of India. Ray awarded the “’International fFellowship for Bbiomedical Sscientists’” by the Indian Council of Medical Research for doing research work at the Department of Anaesthesiology in University of California at San Diego. Switzerland. Shashi Wadhwa served as Expert Committee member for selection of awardees to the prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize of CSIR in Medical Science and DST BOYSCAST Fellows for 2008.D. held from15–-19 November 2008 at Washington DC. S. Departmentt of Life Science.D. Mukesh. Italy. Eero Castern. Rohini Godbole and Ram Ramaswamy. for his paper entitled ‘“An overview into the role of estrogen in cerebellar synaptic plasticity and neuroprotection’”. 2009.2008 –.f 06.. 2008 Eds. student was awarded ISN-CAEN Travel Award to visit the Functional Neuroscience Laboratory. published by the Indian Academy of Sciences Dr.01. Sraboni Chaudhury. Dr.09.07. from 12–-17 July. Mr. 58 46 95 627 13 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 133 .2008-15.Embalming of dead bodies For transportation For teaching/research Fluorosis Diagnostic Laboratory: Fluoride estimation Urine Blood/serum Drinking water AWARDS AND HONOURS Professor. Sydney. student was awarded IBRO-Italian Neuroscience Society Fellowship for participation in the conference on ‘Steroids and Nervous System’. February. She also served as Advisory Panel member for election of NAMS Fellows in Anatomy for 2008. Sonali Kataria.05. M. July 2008. She was also recipient of the travel award from Swiss Society for Neuroscience to attend FENS Forum 2008.10. Finland grant to visit Prof. University of Helsinki. held at Geneva. Finland for 3 months from 16.2009. Dr Rima Dada received ICMR international fellowship for young biomedical scientists.2008.

Haryana and attended the various Committee meetings..e. She also reviewed neuroscience research projects and annual project reports for ICMR. Dr. Biosciences and J. under the Pradhan Mantri Swastha Suraksha Yojna. as member of Institutional committee for stem cell research and therapy. Professor. 2008.SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Professor R. Professor Shashi Wadhwa continued to function as member of Planning and Monitoring Board. Germany for discussions on European Union funded “ASSIST” project. T. 2009. Selection Committee. July 2008. Haryana and subcommittee for institute travel grant. He reviewed manuscripts for the journal. She also visited Semmelweis University Budapest under the Indo-Hungarian Collaborative Research Project for undertaking project related behavioural studies and discussions . Member of the editorial Board of Journal of Anatomical Society of India. Member of Publication Advisory Committee of National Academy of Medical Sciences. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 134 . She was also appointed as Dean. DBT and DST and research papers for publication in Brain Research. was appointed as external expert for selection of faculty positions in Anatomy at various Colleges in India.Mehra was nominated as a member of the Adhoc Progress Review Expert Group of DBT. Roy was member of the expert committee for establishment of AIIMS like Medical Iinstitutions in India. was President of DASMOS. Dr. Anatomical Society of India. Biosciences. where she delivered a lecture and participated in educating the community on the importance of Blood and blood components and of some blood associated hereditary congenital diseases prevalent in the area. She reviewed research papers submitted to J. Neurosciences Letters and Annals of Neurosciences. Assessment Committee. 2008. DST and DBT. January. and SAC of National Brain Research Centre at Manesar. implementation committee for AIIMS extension at Jhajhar.e. Professor Raj D. Shashi Wadhwa was appointed on various committees of AIIMS: as Chairperson of research subcommittee and teaching schedule committee. Professor T. She also continued to be a member of the editorial board of J. Pancreas. National Medical Journal of India and Neuroscience Letter. She reviewed neuroscience research projects for ICMR. patent committee. She also nominated as the Chairperson of Window AC Committee and member of Research Committee and Animal Ethics Committee of AIIMS. She was also nominated to evaluate the progress of the DBT research project at the Department of Neurosciences . 25th March. June 2008. AIIMS w. Mehra was invited to participate in a ‘“Health Shibir’” organized by IAM Chanderpur (Maharashtra). Mehra visited Helmhotz Center for Infection Research in Braunscheweig. as expert member She went to JNU for selections on DST project on 23rd May 2008.f.f 8th July. December.S. Hospital Management Board. Jiwaji University Gwalior. AIIMS w. Delhi. Kumar Was aappointed as Chairperson.S. Clinical Anatomy. 2009. Anatomical Society of India and Annals of Neurosciences. Professor. Roy continued to be a member of the editorial board of Pancreas. professional examinations for UGs and PGs of Anatomy. Professr Rani Kumar continues to be Chairperson of Curriculum Committee Phase-I MBBS teaching. J. April 2008.

C. Basu Ray was an expert in a Teleconferencing session organized by the National Board of Examination. She was Aappointed as one of the three judges for the young scientists awards session at the International Symposium on ‘Ethics. Dr Rima Dada was nominated as member of ARVO and ASIA ARVO. She is a Member of ICMR task force on male Infertility.K. British Medical Journal Case reports. Andrologia.. Dr. Indian Journal of Practicing Doctor. organized by Delhi Society for Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy (DESPAT). conducted by National Testing Service. MBBS (AIIMS). P. 17–th to 20th March 2009.3. Indian Journal of Medical Research. Continued to be Member – Curriculum Committee Phase –I. She was a External expert on the Post Graduate Board of Studies in Biochemistry and Genetics (P. of M. Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics. 2008). Cculture and Ppopulation Ggenomics’ and 34thth Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Human Genetics held at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts. Rima Dada became member of Editorial Board of Journal of Paediatric. She appeared on TV on Star Plus in a programme to highlight effect of lifestyle on male reproductive health. New Delhi. was awarded ‘Valuabale Ccontribution as Ffaculty’ at 16thth International Conference. Microscopy research and Techniques. P. (December. 09) at Indian Institute of Mass Communication. A. Rohtak. Delhi. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 135 . Shariff On foreign assignment Dr. BOS).G. New Delhi. and Joint UNESCO-CPR-ZHCES(JNU) Ethics Education Workshop on 21. Arundhati Sharma was selected as National Faculty and panelist in the Panel discussion on ‘Prenatal Ccytogenetics and Mmolecular Ggenetics Aadvances’: at North India Conference on ‘Fetal Medicine – Pprenatal Ddiagnosis and Ttherapy’. was invited for participation in Third National Convention on Testing and Evaluation (18–-20th February. Neurology and Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences. D. became Life Member of STOX and APAMT. 2008) . of Anatomy (March. New Delhi. Dr Rima Dada reviewed articles for Fertility and Sterility. 2009) at AIIMS. Varanasi.. Indian Journal of Urology. Expert Reviews in Gynaecology and Obstretics.Dr. Asian Journal of Andrology. Chaired the session for Memorial Orations and appointed judge for Dr. Bansal Memorial Gold Medal award at 56th Annual Conference of Anatomical Society of India. of Indian Association of Palliative care (13-15 February. Food and Chemical Ttoxicology. 2009). 15–th and 16th November 2008. organized DASMOS-09 in the Departmenttt. S. The article on role of oxidative stress on outcome of ART appeared in Amar Ujjala. as joint secretary of DASMOS. Dr. Dr Dada was also nominated as member of Society of Reproductive Biology and Comparative Endocrinology Dr.09 at Centre for Policy Research (CPR) New Delhi. Dhar delivered the Presidential address at the 56thth Annual Conference of Anatomical Society of India BHU. University.India. New Delhi. The open Andrology Journal. She worked as reviewer for projects submitted to ICMR. He also appeared as an expert in a television programme on ‘“Body Donation’” orgainized by Live Media. (December.

2009. Nag continued to be a member of International Society for Eye Research. Edina Wappler visited the Department under Indo-Hungarian collaborative research project. R. Open University. Dr T. Dhingra was Aappointed as member of Tteaching Sschedule Ccommittee for the MBBS first year students and was also Aappointed as member secretary for Delhi association for morphological sciences. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 136 . UK delivered a lecture on ‘“Morphological basis of hippocampal plasticity following stress and learning: Eelectronmicroscopic studies. Professor. C. and Dr. 2. Csaba Nyakas.2008 and March.’” on October 2008. Klara Felszeghy and Dr. Milton Keynes. Dr Michael Stewart. respectively.Dr. VISITING SCIENTIST 1. in November .

Fifteen students from India received short. New Delhi. Short. Chandra* Nibhriti Das S.C. Fifteen MB. Bench level exercises in basic immunological techniques. New problem-based modules had been introduced for the second semester to strengthen the concepts in immunology and water electrolyte balance along with. at Venkateshwar College.Sc. on 2nd December 2008. SBC. Chennai. on 11th November 2008.term training Summer training in research was provided to MB.BS (two semesters). Nepal in molecular biology and advanced immunological techniques. Sc.R. Rajeswari Associate Professors P. Chauhan . (Hons) Nursing (one semester). Neeta Singh delivered the following lectures on: ‘“Cell signaling and therapeutics’”.Sc.term training.BS (1stst year) students have conducted projects work for the KVPY Scheme of the DST in different laboratories of the department and four students have been awarded the fellowships. New Delhi.9. Postgraduate These include Seven M.term training (one month) to two M. Chattopadhyay Alpana Sharma EDUCATION Undergraduate The department continues with its undergraduate UG teaching programmes which include MB. Dr Singh chaired a session at the 77th Annual Meeting of SBC onand ‘Impact of basic and translation research in medicine agriculture and industry.. at Venkateshwar College. students from BPKIHS. Continuing Medical Education Dr. held from 18th – 20th December AIIMS 2008-2009 / 137 Assistant Professors Kunzang Chosdol Kalpana Luthra N. HPV and cervical cancer’”. organized by Women Ddevelopment Ccell. D.N. Dharan. Rao Ranju Ralhan (Voluntary retirement on 27 December 2008) Additional Professor M. Nursing (one semester) and B. Student’s feedback on the teaching-learning of Biochemistry and feedback on examinations to the students had been regularly incorporated in the Biochemistry teaching schedule for the medical undergraduates. (Ist year and IIIIrd year) students and seven M.P.BS students from AIIMS. D. The department also has 43 Ph. students. The Department also imparted short.3 Biochemistry Professor and Head Subrata Sinha Professors Neeta Singh D. students.S.

Chaired a session at the International Symposium on ‘Novel strategies for targeted prevention and treatment of cancer’.. ‘at AIIMS. New Delhi. AIIMS. “Evaluation of therapeutic role of curcumin in cervical and lung cancer’”. held at JNU. ‘. held from 21st – 24th February 2009. Chennai. New Delhi.” at the 77th Annual Meeting of SBC and impact of basic and translation research in medicine agriculture and industry’. Dr Neeta Singh • • • • • • Dr D. ‘“Biochemical risk factor determinants’”. National Workshop on Assessment Methods for Learning Evaluation in Basic Medical Sciences. . delivered following Invited talks during IIS Aannual conference. translating research into cancer prevention and medicine’..”Analysis of HPV-16 E6/E7 and L1 mutations in cervical cancer isolates from different regions of India’. National and International Conferences Dr Subrata Sinha • delivered the Iinvited lectures on ‘Molecular Analysis of gliomagenesis’.. New Delhi. at Bangalore. held on 28th November 2008. held at Trivandrum. 22–-24 September.” at the International Symposium on ‘HPV associated cancer.. Rao • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 138 .2008. at the Annual AACR meeting.”HPV and cervical cancer’”. AIIMS. held at San Diego. held at JNU. New Delhi.. 2008. New Delhi. held at Bhubaneshwar 2008. XIX National Congress of Veterinary Parsitology. at Chennai. 2008 organized by the Departments of Basic Sciences at the AIIMS workshop on ‘assessment strategies in medical education’ organized by KL Wig CMET. held from 27th – 31st August 2008 at Geneva. held on 10th January 2009. held from 18th – 20 th December 2008. Dr Nibhriti Das delivered lectures at . at the Cancer Congress of UICC (Poster). Kolkata. at the International Symposium on ‘Novel strategies for targeted prevention and treatment of cancer’. at the 21st Round Table Conference on ‘Life Sstyle and Cancer’.”Induction of apoptosis by curcumin and its therapeutic efficacy in human squamous cell lung carcinoma H520 cells”’. Bangalore. in the International Symposium on ‘Perspectives in cell signalling and molecular Medicine’. at Chennai.2008. Chairperson for a session at the ‘“Ovarian Cancer’”.Chaired a session at 28th Annual Convention of Indian Association for Cancer Research and on ‘“Emerging challenges and approaches in cancer biology’”. 27–31 August 2008 (Poster). Idelivered the following invited talks on ‘“HPV and cervical cancer pathogenesis (Poster)’”. on 29th November 2009. ‘(Poster). from 1st – 3rd November 2008 ‘“Effect of curcumin on cisplatin and radiotherapy in human cervical cancer cells’. of Ranbaxy Science Foundation.. New Delhi. AIIMS on 18 October. at SRM Medical College. Switzerland.N. from 19th – 20 th December 2008. from 12th – 16th April 2008. 2008. Chennai. USA. Symposium held from 27th – 28th March 2009 at AIIMS. from 19th – 20th December 2008..

at International Cconference Neurocon. 18th February. AIIMS. 2009. New Delhi and in IACR 2009 conference at Banglore. Invited lectures on : on ‘Cell-free circulating DNA in plasma in health and neurological disorders SCA-12 and FRDA’. October 2008.2009. June 14-18. 28 September – 2 October 2008. 16 January 2009. San Francisco. June 11–-14 June. MA USA. held at Rio-Brazil. 8th Feb. 2009. Alpbach. ‘Proteomics in medicine’ . at National Institute of Technoligy. Expression and significance of complement receptor 1 in SLE and papers presented in Federation of Clinical Immunology Society 2009. Switzerland. Tirupati and Utranchal University. Invited talks on ‘Expression and significance of complement receptor 1 in SLE’. delivered the following invited talks at the University of Maryland. ‘Deoxy-oligonucleotides as therapeutics in cancer’.. Current trends in Bioinformatics teaching and research. XV International Symposium on Atherosclerosis 2009. Resource faculty for National workshop on ‘Assessment methods for learning evaluation in Basic Medical Sciences’. 2009 at Kolkata. ‘MCQs— as assessment tool’ for residents and PGs in department of Physiology. C. September 2008. USA. at AIIMS . Dr N. 22–25 October 2008. Keystone Symposia on ‘Molecular and Cellular Biology’. Lido. 2009. New Delhi’. AIIMS. XXI International Complement Workshop. 2008. Venice. Venice Convention Center. Boston. Vishakapatnam. November. June 11. New Delhi. Austria. at National Workshop on ‘Teaching.. Dehradun and Indo-Brazil DST meeting. Warangal. learning Methods in Health Professions’ Education’.. Chandra Poster presented at 7th International Symposium on ‘Multiple risk factors in cardiovascular diseases: — prevention and intervention — health policy.• Biotechnology meet at Andhra University. Srivenketeshwara University. Golden Jubilee Ccelebrations & National symposium on ‘Rrecent trends in organic and Mmedicinal Chemistry’. Aug 20. 8–13 June 2008. Italy. delivered Invited lectures speaker at workshop on ‘How to plan a research project and write a proposal’ for PG students. Basel. Dr Nibhriti Das • • • • • • • Dr M R Rajeswari delivered invited lectures • Dr Kalpana Luthra • • • Dr Alpana Sharma delivered invited talk on ‘Problem Based Learning’. 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 139 .

s 6. 4. Subrata Sinha. Funded by ICMR for 3 years ( 2005–.RESEARCH A. on CpG island methylation and survival of hypoxic glial tumor cell lines. Funds: Rs.: 19 lakh. To evaluate the correlation between levels of cytokines (IL-6. Kalpana Luthra. S.s 7.: 13. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2005–-2008). Differential cell response of goat granulosa cells to LH or hCG stress in cell culture system: To analyze the signaling transduction pathway in the two. D . Rao. Estradiol and Epidermal growth factor on the transcriptional regulation of LDL-receptor (LDLR). 9. Mitochondria in apoptosis and human cancer. Funded by DBT for 5 years (2006 –2011).98 lakh. 11. Genetic polymorphism of cholesterol ester transfer protein in hyperlipidemic patients: Aa case control study. Effect of tumour specific Hsp90 inhibitor geldanamycin. pestis. To study the role of insulin. Characterization of the Positive Regulatory Region of the first exon of Human Cathepsin L gene.: 9. Neeta Singh. Ligand based selection from combinatorial libraries for generating recombinant antibodies to the Placental (oncofetal isozyme of Alkaline Phosphatase. 25.0 lakh Ongoing Principal Investigators 1. D. 2. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2005 –2008).0 lakh 10. Neeta Singh. 15 lakh. 3. Funded Projects Completed 1.2008). 22. Development of a HPV candidate vaccine/s preparation of clinical trial site/cohort for vaccine testing.63 lakh. Funds: Rs. Funds : Rs. Funds: Rs: 11.S Chauhan. 24 lakh. 1. Chandra.N. Developing new generation peptide based vaccine using F1 and& V antigen of Y. Expression and modulation of Complement Receptors: Significance in the pathophysiology and prognosis of autoimmune disorders. Funded by DST for 3 years (2005–-2008).89 lakh. Subrata Sinha. 8. Funds: Rs. Hypoxia and CpG island methylation of selected loci in tumor cell genome: modulation of methylation and subsequent effect on cell proliferation and chemotherapeutic response P. Funds: Rs. 12. Funds: Rs. P. Funds: Rs.. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2005–-2008)..49 lakh. Kalpana Luthra. Funds: Rs. Therapy of infectious and chronic diseases: Targeted gene delivery and long-term specific modulation of gene expression. Funded by CSIR for 3 years (2005–-2008). Rao. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2005–-2008). Funds: Rs. 14. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2005 –2008). 101. IL-10) in seminal plasma in different groups of infertile men and correlation with sperm morphology.C. 84. 5. Nibhriti Das.43 lakh. IL-8. Funded by DST (2005–-2008). Funded by AIIMS (2005–-2008). characterization and validation in clinical cancers.52 lakh. Chattopadhyay. Chattopadhyay. Funds: Rs. 9. N.13 lakh.N. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2006–-2009).30 lakh. Funds : Rs. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 140 . Funds: Rs. functions and bacterial infection in semen. Funded by CSIR for 3 years (2005–-2008).

.13 lakh. 4. Funds: Rs. Funds: Rs. Rs . A study to assess the effects of long term obstructon of epididymus on the morphology. Rajeswari. 9.: 14.35 lakh. 39. HDL and associated gene polymorphisms in relation to the risk and severity of Coronary Artery Disease. 36. Paraoxonase (PON 1) activity and its genetic determinants (PON1 gene polymorphisms. Funds for Improvement of S and T Infrastructure in Universities and Higher Educational Institutions (FIST). Funds: Rs. Governmentt. Funds: Rs. Rao. D. 6. Immuno capture based diagnostic assay for the detection of Plasmodium falciparum HRP-2 and LDH antigens. 13. Funded by ICMR (2008–-2010). D. 15. Funded by NIH. of India for 3 years (2008– . N. Funds: Rs. 115 lakh. Funds: Rs. Funded by ICMR (2008–2010). in coding region at codon 55. Development of a Human Papillomavirus Vaccine prototype.2010) Funds: Rs. D.86 lakh. for 3 years (2007–-2010). Funded by CSIR for 3 years (2007–-2010). Funds: Rs. N. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2006–. Rao. 8. Characterzation of HIV-1 subtypes in Indian subjects” . Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2007– -2010). 10 lakh. Nibhriti Das. Kalpana Luthra. Funds: Rs. Developing defensins as a mucosal adjuvant /microbicide with peptide antigens of HIV D. cell adhesion molecules. Funds: Rs.50 lakh.: 20. Funds: Rs. 19. 192 and in promoter region at position -108) in relation to coronary artery disease (CAD). pestis in nanoparticles of plague vaccines.2 lakh.N. Mechanism (S) of Regulation of Human Dipeptidyl Peptidase III Expression in Tumor Cell Lines S. M.: 1. Nibhriti Das.00 lakh. Rao.49 lakh. N. Funded by DBT for 2 years (2008–2010). Funded by DBT. 50.N. a nested part of RO1 project. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 141 .2011). Funded by DBT for 3 years (2005 –2009). A study of molecular & biological factors in pathogenesis of ovarian cancer. Phase III clinical trials with an intranasal injectable male contraceptive RISUG. 10.N. T Reg cells and other negative regulatory elements of IL-2 in leprosy patients. D. – Funds: Rs. 3. Funded by AIIMS for 2 years (2007–. Neeta Singh.15 lakh.2009). Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2007–-2010). 12. Funded by ICMR for 2 years (2007–-2009). Rao . Funds: .R. Funds: Rs. USA ‘“ Design & use of HIV V3 mimetic immunogens’” for 5 years (2005–-2010) .2009). 13 lakh. Funds: Rs. D. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2007–.68 lakh 5. Nitric Oxide. Rao.50 lakh.S Chauhan Funded by Defence Research and Development Organization. N. Subrata Sinha. Multiple antigen peptide approach (MAP) incorporating B-T constructs of F1 and V antigens of Y. D.s 7. Rao. Chronic immune activation associated with leprosy: role of hypo-responsiveness and anergy.s 16. Evaluation of the role of free radical homeostasis. 14. Funded by DST for 5 years (2005 –2010).10 lakh. 40. 11.2. Neeta Singh. 25 lakh. Rao. Neurological Disorders Friedreich’s Ataxia (FRDA) and Spinocerebellar Ataxia (SCA) Associated with DNA Trinucleotide Repeats: Identification and Development of Protein Biomarkers and Circulating DNA for Clinical Diagnosis”. functional and chromatin status of epididymat spermatozoa in men.

Detection of HPV in malignant ocular lesions.s 29. (Co-PI). Funds: Rs. Dr.C. An in vitro model study of hyperlipoproteinemia on the degree of LDL receptor expression in placental trophoblast cells: Ccorrelation with oral steroid contraceptive induced hyperlipoproteinemia. An in-vitro study of the role of FAT. A comparative study on expression and/or transcription between LDL receptor (LDLR) and tumor suppressor proteins (p53. Distribution of cancer susceptibility modifying polymorphisms (MDM2 SNP309 and p53 codon72) in Indian population groups. Funds: Rs.75 lakh. Assessment of beta –2 microglobulin. Funds: Rs. Funds: Rs. thyroxin and benzo-(á)-pyrene. 21. Telomerase activity and telomere length in T-cells in patients of Parthenium induced contact dermatitis and its correlation with disease severity. in human glial tumorigenesis. Funds: Rs 19 lakh. 23. Funded by ICMR (2006–-2009).1. Funds: Rs . Funds: Rs. Dr.C. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 142 . 33. Dr.5 lakhs.70 Llakh. Neeta Singh (Co-Investigator) under ICMR. 18.75 lakh.25 lakhs. Funded by DST (2007– -2010).C. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2008-2011) Funds: Rs 31 lakh. Funds: Rs. 2. Funds: Rs. Role of angiogenic factors and cyclooxygenase in multiple myeloma. N. 20.0 lakh. Alpana Sharma. Funded by DRDO (2008–-2011). Effect of curcumin on advanced human cervical carcinomas. 27. N. Funded by AIIMS (2008–-2009). Deregulate initiation of translation in oral carcinogenesis? Jatinder Kaur. IL-6 and IL-2R as prognostic factors in Indian patients of multiple myeloma. Studies on SREBP-mediated regulation of low-density lipoprotein receptor ( LDLR ). Funds: Rs 22 lakh. Kunzang Chosdol. Funds: Rs. 11. (Co-PI) Funded by DBT for 3 years (2008 –2011).17.C. Funded by under DBT (2006–2010).41 lakhs. (2008 –2009).Chandra. 46. Chandra. Seema Sen (PI). 28. Chandra.85 lakh. 25. To study the immune response of T cell dominant synthetic peptides derived from HPV 16. Funds: Rs. Alpana Sharma. 24. Neeta Singh. Dr.0 lakh. Funded by DBT (2007–-2010). SDF-1 and DC-SIGNR polymorphisms & Expression in HIV-1 infection. 23. 31. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2009–-2012). Funded by AIIMS for 3 years (2006–-2009). Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2007–-2010).. 30. 13. Kunzang Chosdol. 18. Funds: Rs. a Drosophila tumor suppressor gene homologue. 59 lakh. An in vitro silencing of endogenous oxidized-LDL-receptor (LOX) gene by siRNA: Study of NFkB activated expression of proinflammatory cytokines and related atherogenic proteins—. 62. N. Funded by under DBT (2006 – 2009). Funded by DST (2006–-2009). 26. Funds: Rs. Alok Thakar (PI).s 25.its evaluation against anti-inflammatory cytokines mediated responses.29 lakh. Chandra. Neeta Singh. Ranju Ralhan (Co-PI). low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein ( LRP ) and receptor-associated protein ( RAP ). Funded by AIIMS (2007–-2009). Kalpana Luthra. 2. 22. Phase II/III randomized placebo controlled clinical trial of curcumin in resectable Stage III and IV squamous head and neck cancers (oral cancers). 19. using different adjuvants in a mouse model of cervical cancer. N.27 lakh. pRB) in presence of insulin. Alpana Sharma.

Departmental Research Completed 1. insulin resistance and diabetes in Asian Indians. 33.32.Aan in-vitro study 4. LDL uptake and thyroxin on HepG2 cell proliferation under serum starvation Ongoing 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Effect of Curcumin on advanced human cervical cancer Molecular detection and genotying of HPV in uterine cervix – A population based study Development of HPV-16 candidate vaccine prototype A study of molecular and& biological factors in pathogenesis of ovarian cancer Targeting apoptotic pathways for the treatment of primary epithelial ovarian cancer Paraoxonase and its gene polymorphism in relation to CAD. 7. Role of LDL receptor. 3. Elucidation of the expression of complement regulatory proteins in relation to the pathophysiogy and severity of SLE. Funds: Rs. Complement Receptor 1 and its gene polymorphism in relation to the pathophysiology and susceptibility to severe malaria 10 Expression and modulation of leukocyte complement receptor 1 and CD59 (protectin) in relation to rheumatoid arthritis AIIMS 2008-2009 / 143 . Dr.: Funds: Rs. (Co-Investigator) Funded by IRG.99 lakh. Expression of leukocyte Complement Receptor 1. Dr. Funds: Rs. 46.Kalpana Luthra. Molecular insights into the pathogenesis of human cervical cancer—. 2. its modulation and significance in the pathophysiology of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). Role of complement receptors in cell signaling and microbicidal properties of macrophages in relation to mycobacterium tuberculosis. Investigations of genetic basis. (Co-PI) Funded by DBT (2006–2009). 9.0 lakhs. Signal transduction and modulation of LDL receptor expression in cultured cells. Evaluation of efficacy of curcumin as an adjuvant along with radiotherapy & chemotherapy in advanced cases of cervical carcinoma. AIIMS (2007–2009).79 lakh. Dr. and gene-lifestyle interactions in generalized and regional obesity. Alpana Sharma (Co-Investigator) under ICMR (2007–2009). Alpana Sharma. Role of eNOS gene polymorphisms in coronary artery disease in the Indian Subjects 6. Mitochondria in apoptosis and human cancer. Comparison of efficacy of transplantation of basal cell layer enriched epidermal suspension in patients with stable vitiligo vulgaris and segmental vitiligo. Molecular analysis of gene markers in urine cytology and tissue histology specimens of Indian patients with superficial and muscle invasive TCC of urinary bladder. 5. 34. 2.

Isolation and analysis of the outer membrane proteins . 11. 14 Role of Leptin in the regulation of LDL.(with R. Ongoing 1. AIIMS) 4. Biophysical studies on interactions of membrane proteins of Acinetobacter baumannii and its resistant strains with various antibiotics Microbiology. of Obstetrics & Gynecology. AIIMS). 2. AIIMS). 4. 2. AIIMS).11 Expression of Ang1 and 2 in multiple myeloma 12 A pilot study to evaluate the inter-relationship of insulin.. 13 Leptin and associated plasma risk factors in human Obesity. Role of p and 19q loss of heterozygosity in human gliomas (with Dept. DNA fingerprinting methods for study of genetic alterations in gliomas (withDept. 6.AIIMS). Culture of limbal stem cells for occular surface reconstruction in stem cell deficiency disorders . 12.AIIMS) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 144 .receptors in cultured cells. MRI studies on murine liver tumours (with NMR Departmentt. Role of cobalt chloride induced hypoxia on MA10 cells (Dept of Reproductive Biology. AIIMS). 10. 9. of Pathology and Neurosurgery . Levels of interleukin-1-â in GCF during retention after successful orthodontic treatment (Dept of with Dental Surgery. (with Dept of Microbiology. Characterization of Salmonella Enterica Serotype Typhi strains from north India. beta lactamases of Acinatobacter Baumanii (Dept of with Microbiology. AIIMS). insulin receptor and LDL receptor in patients of Type 1 diabetes mellitus.and anti-inflammatory cytokines Collaborative Research Completed 1.. MRI studies on murine skin tumors (NMR Departmentt. JNU).AIIMS). Histopathological investigations on murine skin tumors (Histopathology Dept. Neurological disorders Freidreich’s ataxia and spiniocerebellar ataxia associated with DNA trinucleotide repeats: Iidentification and development of protein biomarkers and Circulating DNA for clinical diagnosis (with Dept of Neurology.and oxidized LDL. 3. 8. of Pathology and Neurosurgery.. 15 Modulation of oxidized-LDL-receptor and its effect on pro.AIIMS).P Centre . of Pathology and Neurosurgery. 7. AIIMS). Proteomic analysis of host parasite interactive proteins of Cryptosporidim” . Elucidation of the role of the hypermethylation in cancer (HIC-1) gene in glial tumorigenesis (with Dept. AIIMS). (with Dept of Microbiology. A prospective study of oxidative stress markers and antioxidant levels in patients with preeclampsia (with Dept. Computational Studies and Structure Based Rational Drug Design for Flaviiral Envelope Proteins” ( with School of Bioinformatics. AIIMS) 5. 3. AIIMS).

4. Association of COMT catechol-O-methyltransferase gene polymorphism G158A in obsessive compulsive disorder in Indian subjects. Altered antioxidant status and lipid peroxidation in Indian patients with urothelial bladder carcinoma. AIIMS). Negi H. World J Biol Psychiatry. Singh P. 5. Misra A. The role of insulin and insulin receptor on LDL receptor functioning. 2008 Dec. Jan 23:1–4. T-cell response in Parthenium induced contact dermatitis (with Dermatology and Venereology. (with Collaborative department: Gastroenterology).Obstructive sleep apnoea correlates with C-reactive protein in obese Asian Indians.[Epub ahead of print]. 19. Bhatia MS. Badjatia N. Bhushan B. R. Luthra K. Seth A. Collaborative department: (with Pathology). 21. Guleria R. Collaborative department: (Obstetric and Gynecology) 23. AIIMS). Association between the ionotropic glutamate receptor kainate3 (GRIK3) Ser310Ala polymorphism and schizophrenia in the Indian population.P. 2009 .13. (with Dermatology and Venereology. 2009 Mar. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 145 . Bhushan B. 22. Jan 24. AIIMS). [Epub ahead of print]. Study of gliomagenesis: Possible involvement of CNS developmental pathway. Pandey RM. insulin receptor and LDL receptor in patients of Type 1 diabetes mellitus (with Endocrinology and Metabolism and Cardiology. (with Endocrinology & Metabolism and Cardiology). 2009. A case control pilot study on LDL receptor expression and serum lipid profile in cancer patients (with Obstetrics and Gynecology and Surgery. Centre).19 (3):184-9. DC-SIGN and DC-SIGNR polymorphic variants in Northern Asian Indians. Chosdol K. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis. Sharma KK. Misra A. Vikram NK. 3. Guleria R. 2009 . A pilot study to evaluate the inter-relationship of insulin. Int J Immunogenet.. 15. Bhasin R. 2. Role of T helper cytokines in skin autoimmune disorder Pemphigus vulgaris. Satyam A. Respir Med. Urologic Oncology. Ahmad Y.Collaborative department: (with Dr. 14. 18.103(3):386–92. TNF-alpha gene polymorphism and TNF-alpha levels in obese Asian Indians with obstructive sleep apnea. Mediratta PK. Publications Journals 1. Chaudhary O. Collaborative department: (with Psychiatry). 20. Mar. 16.35(6):475–9.. AIIMS). Luthra K. Study of Inflammatory markers as prognostic factors in COPD cases (Medicine). Luthra K. Sinha Set al. To evaluate the endometrial and sub endometrial blood flows in the prediction of pregnancy during In-Vitro Fertilization Treatment . 17. Genetic diversity of Entamoeba histolytica isolates and identification of genotype-clinical phenotype correlations. Sharma A. Immunohistochemical and Molecular Studies on Wnt/â-catenin Signaling Pathway in Sebaceous Cell Carcinoma of the Eye Lid. Vikram NK.

& Sharma. Khan SN. Chauhan S S. Kabra SK. Khan AU. Kumar L. Gupta G. Identification of insulin resistance in Asian Indian adolescents: classification and regression tree (CART) and logistic regression based classification rules. Srivastava T. Sharma. Islam. 10. Rajeswari M. .R. Verma R.. & Das N. Sarkar C. 2009. 70(5):717–-24. Eur J Clin Nutr .S . 18. Time-dependent effects of ethanol on blood oxidative stress parameters and cytokines. Expression of cloned cDNAs in mammalian cells from a cryptic protomer upstream to T7 in p GEM4Z cloning vector. Indian. Presence of 25(OH)D deficiency and its effect on vitamin D receptor mRNA expression. Puri S.. J.1.. Misra A. Goswami R. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 146 . Misra A. & Rao DN. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). Arya S. 2009 : 46: 116–-121. Vikram NK. 8. Isharwal S. Arora V. 9:5. Pol. Mondal AM. Pandey RM.1-trichloroethane) on complement system and macrophages.. . Dhingra V. 46: 761–-772. Singh N. 12. 52(2):145–-51. Frequent loss of heterozygosity and altered expression of the candidate tumor suppressor gene ‘FAT’ in human astrocytic tumors. Inter J of Gynecol Cancer. DC-SIGNR and SDF-1 in high risk seronegative and HIV-1 patients in Northern Asian Indians. A. Gupta R. Mahapatra AK. Chauhan S. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci. Sharma Y D.B. Chattopadhyay P.. Tomar N. Luthra Ket al. Mohan A. Goel R..8) among humans. 11. & Das N. 2008.. Chattopadhyay P. Luthra K. Pandey RM.. Usmani H. with special focus on gynecological malignancies. Characterizing the interaction of anesthetic supplement thiopental with human serum albumin. Immunomodulatory effect of DDT (bis[4chlorophenyl]-1. 2008. Toxicology. 2008. Sreenivas Vet al. 63(3):446–-9.. Inflammation: Its role and interplay in the development of cancer.43(2):196–-201. Rastogi K. Polymorphic variants in DC-SIGN. Gupta N.8 kDa Plasmodium vivax tryptophan— –rich antigen (PvTRAg39. Garg S. Use of different primer directed sequence amplification by polymerase chain reaction for identification of Pneumocystis jirovecii in clinical samples. Das SK. Mol. Kondal D. 252 (1-3): 78–-85. Varadhan S.. 9. BMC Cancer 2009. Sinha Set al. Luthra K. Dietary nutrients and insulin resistance in urban Asian Indian adolescents and young adults. Bhasin R. 17. 55:.10:1097– -1105. 322: 119–-125. & Biophys. Seth P. M. 13. Immunol. Agarwal SK. Chosdol K. 2008. 2008. 50(4):321–-7. Chaudhary O. Wasir JS. 399–-409.. 14. 7. Microbes Infect. Rajsekar K. Luthra Ket al. Biochem. Acta Biochim. Sharma Ret al. Mirdha BR. J Clin Virol. Complement Receptor 1: Disease association and therapeutic implication.6. Cell Biochemistry . Wasir JS. Gowsami B. Nag TC. Mondal AM. Ray D. Misra A. Khera R. Guleria R. & Katara R. Immunological response to a 39.. Mol. Dutta R. 18(4):591–-599. 2008. 2008. 2009. Vikram NK. Ahmed I. Ann Nutr Metab. 2008. Bala M..2009. 15.. 16.

iTRAQ—. Tongaonkar H. Abraham P. Datta D.. Tripathi SC. 2009. 8:300–-309. [DOI – 10. Singh N. J proteome Res: 2009. Siddiqui M. and Chattopadhyay Pet al. Singh N.vaccine. 125(1):91-103. Babu JM. Roychoudury S. 2009: 9: 468–-477. J. Kumar L. Over-expression of High Mobility Group (HMG) B1 and B2 proteins directly Ccorrelates with the Pprogression of squamous Ccell Ccarcinoma in Sskin. Jet al. Dey B.1007/S11010-009-00125-5]. Magn Reson Imaging. Rajeswari MR.. Pandey RM. Sinha S. 2009. Rathi M. 27. Sinha S. Lleukemia &and Llymphoma. Gnanamony M. 25. Acharya SK. Humanization of high affinity anti-HBs antibody by using human consensus sequence and modification of selected minimal positional template and packing residues. 2009. 22. Singh N. Khanna N. Saha B. Paranjape R. Tiwari A.. Cancer.. DeSouza LV... 2009. Ghanny S.019] AIIMS 2008-2009 / 147 . Struct. Pillai MR. 920:. Pal A. Satyam A. Lakshmi S. Intranasal administration of peptide antigens of HIV with mucosal adjuvant CpG ODN coentrapped in microparticles enhances the mucosal and systemic immune responses. Tripathi M. Cancer. Ramalingam P. Mehndiratta M. Sharma A. 28. Mol Biotechnol 2009 (epub ahead of print) [DOI 10. Biomol. Preferential Bbinding of Aanticancer Ddrug Aadriamycin to the Sp1 binding site in c-met promoter region: A spectroscopic and molecular modeling study. Sinha S. Pathak S. Chiplunkar SV. & Rao D. &. Bhat AA.. Singh M. Mol Cell Biochem.. Tiwari A. 2008.... Intl. 843–-851. Dinshaw K. Palanichamy JK. Pun PB. Jayshree RS. Mar 5. Reddy BKM .. Acharya SK.. March 4 [Epub ahead of print].. Sharma C. Singhal G.[ DOI – 10. 23. Ram TS. . Sharma A. Mol Cell Biochem.multidimensional liquid chromatography and tandem mass spectrometry based identification of potential biomarkers of oral epithelial dysplasia and novel networks between inflammation and premalignancies. 2009. Misra A. Thakar A. Sinha S. Apoptotic signaling induced by benzamide riboside: an in vitro study. Hariharan R. & Rajeswari MR.26:. et al. Mol. Singhal G.S. 208–-213. Cancer Investigation. Int. 2009. Molecular variants of HPV-16 associated with cervical cancer in Indian Population.1007/s11010-009-0075-8.1016/S12033-009-9165-9 PMID:19326261] 31. Feb 4. [(epub ahead of print) DOI 10. 2009. &. 29. J. & Siu KWMet al. J. John S. Ralhan R. 26. Vaccine 2009. Jain SK.Struct. 45(6): 625–-634. 30. Antioxidant Llevels in Ppatients with Mmultiple Mmyeloma. Generation and characterization of high affinity humanized Fab against Hepatitis b surface antigen. 20. Fluorescence acquisition during hybridization phase in quantitative real-time PCR improves specificity and signal-to-noise ratio. 2009 . Interaction of Actinomycin D with promoter element of c-met and its inhibitory effect on the expression of c -–Met. Jayaram HN. Luthra K. Molecular mechanism of curcumin induced cytotoxicity in human cervical carcinoma cells. Jagannathan NR Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy and biochemical investigation of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Asian Indians: Oobservation of high muscle lipids and C-reactive protein levels. 24. & Dyn. Datta Gupta S. Kumar V.1016/J.] 21. Das P.Chauhan S. BiotTechniques 2008. Rajeswari MR.. Patkar M.S. Khanna N. Matta A. 2009. Abraham P. 2009. Sharma C..19. 625–636.02. J Immunopharmacol. 26:.27(1):94–-100.N.

. Vol-72. Sen S. Sinha S. Molecular Immunology 2008. 2008.32. Chattopadhyay P. Mahapatra A. Misra. Bhatt SP. 2008. Pandey RM... . Puri S. Mohan A. Chosdol K. Singh P.. 37. Mirdha BR. & Chandra NC. Chattopadhyay P. Cytokine imbalance and cross talks among cytokines. 2008. Guleria R. Sarkar C Loss of Heterozygosity (LOH) for 1 and 19q Astrocytic and Oligodendroglial tumors. Kumar U. Arora v. Chattopadhyay.1). Das N. Sarkar C. Gover R .4176.calcium signaling and antimicrobial functions of macrophages. 2008. Sharma S.. Biswas B. and Das N. Srivastava T. Regulation of low density lipoprotein receptor activity by insulin and steroids in model cell culture system. Kumar A. Singh N. Pal A. 45:. p-S68. 39.4149. Cytokine levels in patients of transitional cell carcinoma of urinary bladder. Molecular Immunology 2008. J. Sharma MC. 45:. Sarkar C.. Misra A. Luthra K. 41. 2008. Tripathi V. Distribution and cutoff points of fasting insulin in Asian Indian adolescents and their association with metabolic syndrome. Gupta D. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 148 . American.. Differential Expression of RDC1/ CXCR7 in the Human Placenta. Aror V. Gupta NP. Abstracts 35. a human homologue of drosophila tumor suppressor gene FAT. Luthra K. 27 (3): 207. Sharma C. 34. 49:. Molecular Immunology 2008. 19 (Supppl.. Dinda A. Kaur J. Antioxidant activity of curcumin facilitates its cancer chemotherapeutic potential in squamous cell lung carcinoma in vitro. Lipidology 2008.56:949–-54. Sharma P. Proc. J Assoc Physicians India.4178. Vikram NK. 42. Annals of Oncology. Heterozygosity analysis at mismatch repair gene loci reveals frequent LOH at hMLH1 in low grade astrocytoma. Sharma A. Anand D. immune complexes and genetic factors on Complement Receptor 1 (CR1) expression in health and disease (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus). 8). 128(6):734–-9. Effect of IFN-g and immune complex on Neutrophil-CR1 transcript and its relationship with CR1 density polymorphism. 27 (3): 208.. 2 (Suppl 5S):. Mahapatra AK. Srivastava T. Indian J Med Res. abstract no 144. 2008. Singh N. Malhotra N. Biswas B Kumar Uet al.. Singh A. Sinha S. Clin Neuropathol. 2008.. Clin Neuropathol. Singh UB. J Clin Immunol. Sinha S Low expression of FAT. ( Abstract) Urology.. 2008.. [Oct 28( DOI 10. Chosdol K. 45:. Tyagi AK. 40. & Das N. Kar R. Suri V. Study of dihydropteroate synthase (DHPS) gene mutations among isolates of Pneumocystis jiroveci.. Interaction of Mycobacterium tuberculosis secretory antigens ESAT-6 and CFP-10 on complement receptors. Clin. Cancer Res. Prasad HK. Seth A. Jha P. 38. .. 44.: 2008. 5A (Suppl. in human astrocytic tumors. 43. Satyam A. 36. 2008 Dec. Singh UB. Anand D. HPV and cervical cancer pathogenesis. Chosdol K. Sinha S.. Verma R. 27 (3): 208.. Luthra K. Clin Neuropathol. Ramakrishnan G.. Marwah V. Verma J. Assoc.1007/s10875-0089258-4)] 33.

PATIENT CARE Marker tests for pregnancy and prostate cancer: PSA Âeta. JNU-Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology (2006-08). Member of B. Rao was appointed Secretary. Neeta Singh was appointed as a Executive Ccommittee Mmember of Indian Association for Cancer Research and Editorial Board member of IACR Newsletter. Dr. Centre for Molecular Medicine. Neeta Singh was selected as a Member of experts committee on evaluating the effect of RFR on human health of ICMR. Chronic Diseases. AWARDS &AND HONORS Dr. American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). A novel small interfering RNA (siRNA) targeting the Human Papilloma Virus – 16 enhancer region leading to down regulation of the expression of viral oncogenic mRNA’s E6 and E7 in a human Papilloma Virus – 16 (HPV-16) positive cervical carcinoma cell line. He was also a Member of the Research Advisory Committee and Program Advisory Committee of ICMR. B. Dept of Biotechnology (DBT) (2005–2007). INSA. Secretary (Delhi Chapter) of Indian Association for Cancer Research. Special Committee.. Project Review Committee (PRC). (2005). Institutional Ethics Committee of the Jawaharlal Nehru University (2001. He was a Membership of the Guha Research Conference. Dr.. 2001 till date. Editor Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics. Indian Society of Lung Cancer and Indian Society for Free Radicals Research in India. Sectional Committee. SAC of Institute of Pathology. 2000 till date. (2005 –till date). Subrata Sinha was selected as a Member of following Committees: Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) of Rajiv Gandhi Centre of Biotechnology. Cell and Molecular Biology. Academic Committee. Member of Scientific AIIMS 2008-2009 / 149 . University of Hyderabad. Indian Statistical Institute (2009). New Delhi.. JNU.till date). ICMR.N.. PRC. SAC of School of Medical Sciences. DBT. Review Committee for Biology Projects. Indian Women Scientists Association. Chairman. Member of the Institutional Biosafety Comittee and Ethical Committee of the National Institute of Immunology (2000– -till date). Committee for Biochemistry Curriculum (UG & PG) . D. Biotechnology Products and Process Development. and its novel genomic target. Thiruvananthapuram. Centre for Biotechnology. JNU. Dr.. MCI. Medical Sciences. 2. Indian Society of Cell Biologists. Subrata Sinha was Awarded ICMR International Fellowship for Senior Biomedical Scientists. Member of subject expert – Life Sciences Committee of Women Scientists Scheme of DST. Indian Immunology Society.. Special Committee. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS: Dr. A novel small interfering RNA (siRNA) directed against ME 1a1 binding region in the P2 promoter of proto-oncogene c-myc results in its transcriptional gene silencing.hCG : : 282 samples 264 samples Indian patents have been applied for the following: 1. AIIMS. He Continues to be member of International Union Against Cancer (UICC). Dixit Library Committee. PRC.

Cancer.. CSIR and ICMR. Mumbai University. DST. ICMR Selection Committee for SRF. Am chem. Med. Molecular Vision.. Dr. Immunol. Gynecol. Switzerland (27-31)August 2008. USA. & DST.. Intl. Molecular Biology Reports. Editorial Board Member of Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry. Delhi University. J Reprod. Dr. Acta Biochemica &and Biophysica Sinica. Member Selection committee at National Accreditation Board for Testing and calibration Laboratories. of Cancer. D.. ‘“Neurocon—2009”.. Member of Project Advisory Committee of ICMR for Nephrology. Jamia Hamdard University. Res. Int J Cancer. Ind. R. of Clin. Participated at Annual AACR meeting 2008 held at San Diego. Kerala University. J. Mol. D. Alpana Sharma was selected as a Member American Association of Cancer Research (AACR). Dr M.N. Ind J Clin. (12–-16) April 2008.. BBKIMS. J. ICMR. Chennai University. UGC member for Biotechnology Programme in India. Member Project Review Committee of DBT. Member of Core Committee for Selection ICMR. He was appointed as Reviewer for Ind.. in Feb. Kalpana Luthra was selected as Member of cultural program committee of Institute Day Sept 2008. J.. DST.. Nibhriti Das was appointed as a Member of the International Complement Society. Project review Committee of DBT. Nominated member of a number of UGC expert committee meetings held regarding : sanction of Deemed status to of Indian universities and XI plan review of 5 National universities Reviewer for J.. Biophys. J. J. Reviewed research proposals from ICMR. Member board of Studies of Biochemistry of Jamia Hamdard University &and Aligarh Muslim University. Participated at Cancer Congress of UICC at Geneva. 2009 at Kolkata.. Member of stores Negotiation Committee. Intl. Biochemistry and Cell Biology.. BHU.. DST-Industry project Committee Member. DST. Structure . Rajeswari was elected as a Member of Project Review Committee (Neurochemistry ) ICMR and CSIR –NET evaluation committee (Life sciences). Nepal. Ph. DNB. DNA & Cell Biology Ind. student (Mr Vishnu Swarup ) received Best Poster award for ‘“Protein Biomarkers for FRDA’”. Soc. Rao was selected as Member of Technical Advisory Committee of ICMR. Biochem. Dr. He was a External examiner for Rajasthan University. Intl. Member of Ethical Committee. Member Specification committee of Instruments at VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital. PGI Chandigarh. University of Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh).. Professional Member American Heart Association. Reviewer for Int J Gynecological Cancer. Member of the Executive Committee of NESA and ISAR.Advisory Committee of DRDO.. J Biochem. UGC faculty selection committee meeting . Chem. Melanoma Research. Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Biochem. Dr. Member of JNUCCMB Academic Committee. & and Ind. J.. J Clin. Oncogene. Phys. Biochem. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 150 . Am.

16–17 March 2009. Switzerland. 15–19 December 2008. Attended the Annual International Conference of International Research Council on the Biomechanics of Injury (IRCOBI). USA. UK. Present a paper for International workshop on ‘Integrated transport for sustainable urban development’. the Netherlands and as guest researcher at School of Engineering and Physical Science. WBC2008. 20–28 November 2008. Ahmdabad. Mohan . Attended International Conference on ‘Re-Imaging Cities. 29–30 January 2009. 13 February 2009. Tamilnadu. Attended World Congress on ‘Biomaterials’. at Phildelphia. Vienna. Attended National Seminar on ‘Environment and waste management’. urban design after the age of oil’. Ray • • • Inviated talk and participate in National Seminar on ‘Advances in materials’. Attended Symposium on ‘Transporatation planning and safety”. Bhardwaj EDUCATION The department participates in the PhD programme National and International Professor A. Amsterdam Rai.R. Pune. Bern. C. Beijing. Institute of Technology. A.9. Heriot Watt University Edinburgh. 26 May – 1 June 2008. Cuttack. 25 February 2008 Presentation at FORUM for Exchange and Excellence in Design. MS University. 16–19 September 2009.K. 6–7 November 2008.4 Biomedical Engineering Professor and Head Sneh Anand Dinesh Mohan Professors Alok Ranjan Ray Associate Professor Veena Koul Principal Scientific Officer-I Nivendita Karmakar Gohil Senior Design Engineer S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 151 Harpal Singh • • • • • • Professor D. Rahman Scientist J.B. Attended conference on ‘Medical Device’.M.

Dirk Kuckling. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 152 .S. South Asia. attend the annual Southern African Transport Conference. IIT Roorkee. V. attend the VREF CoE Network Conference. S. Pretoria. R. Harpal Singh. Funded by Ministry of Health (2010). 12–13 April 2008. CSIR. Development of low cost rapid biosensor for identification of pathogenic bacteria. 13 May 5 – 1 June 2008. Funds: Rs 6. Veena Koul. International Conference of Poly Char 16 World forum on ‘Advanced Materials’. 14–15 March 2009. J. National Conference on Biomechanics.C. National Seminar on ‘Biomedical engineering–key to global health’. Haryana. RESEARCH Funded Project 1. Anand • Raja Mohamed. USA. Koul. Evaluation of vaginal microbial flora and sperms after Styrene Malcic Anhydride (SMA) Application. 2. Funds: Rs 2. ‘Biodegradable Interpenetrating Polymer Network (IPN) Macro Hydrogels for Cancer Targeting’. Lucknow. ‘Folate conjugated IPN nanogels as drug carriers—synthesis and characterization’. Veena Koul • Deepak Joshi. Jayashree Santhosh and Sneh Anand • Know— how developed/transferred A bone cement technology has been patented and commercialized by XL ORTHOMED.Arora and Sneh Anand • Deepak Joshi and Sneh Anand • Vijay Khare. as visiting Scientist at University of Michigan transportation Research Institute. To give a seminar at Singapore. USA. 24–26 November 2008. Sonal Atreya. Rajasthan.42 lakh. International Conference of IEEE INDICON. ‘Synergy-based adaptive prosthesis for transfemoral amputee’. Funded by DBT (2010). Reversibility of inject able contraceptive for male technology development. Canada. 11–13 December 2008. as visitng speaker University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver. J.C. Faridabad. National Conference on ‘Disability and assistive technologies. National Seminar on Biomedical Engineering.• • Attended International Conference and delivered invited talk at MMDRM. Veena Choudhary • Raja Mohamed. Funds: Rs 36 lakh. Kathamandu.27 lakh. ‘Transdermal iontophoresis—an approach to needle-free insulin delivery’. A. 7–8 March 2009. Bhardwaj. Veena Choudhary. 3. Funded by IIT Kharagpur (2009). Kanpur. Bhardwaj. ‘Trends in EMG-based prosthetic hand development’. April 2008. AIET. Adler. NITIE Bombay. 2008. Rastogi. ‘Performance comparison using five ANN methods for classification of EEG signals of two mental states’. Alwar Institute of Engineering and Technology. Hans Juergen P. Rajasthan.

Professor Sneh Anand.17 lakh. Funds: Rs 30 lakh. 9. Funds: Rs 29. Funds: Rs 18. a low cost 12-lead ECG with telemetric capability (TeleECG). 7. Development of artificial bone material (RPO1721). Professor Harpal Singh. Professor Sneh Anand. 15. To develop an external counter pulsation device (RP01913). Process Optimization. Funds: Rs 5. Professor Sneh Anand. Professor Sneh Anand. Funded by M/S Marrksans Ltd (2008). Sustainable urban transport in less motorised countries: Research and training (RPO1507). 10. Professor Harpal Singh. Funded by DBT (2008). Funded by the Volvo Research Foundations (2008).4. Bhardwaj. Electro-oculogram based Multi-mode Controller. Funded by DST (2008). Professor Sneh Anand.56 lakh. Nanoporous polymeric micro particles for oral insulin delivery. 5.63 lakh. Veena Koul. Device for External Counter Pulsation Therapy. 14. Professor Sneh Anand. Funded by DBT (2010). Funded by Department of Information and Technology (2008). Amit Tyagi. Sneh Anand. 13. AYUSH (2009). Departmental Project 1.43 lakh.Professor Sneh Anand. Funded by DBT (2009). 6. 2. Funds: Rs 33. Funds: Rs 29. Alok R. 11. 16. Professor Sneh Anand (2011). Funds: Rs 57. A Wireless ECG system. Funded by DST (to be extended).21. 4. Funded by AYUSH. Development of instant-ECG (I-ECG). Dinesh Mohan. Design and Development of Technological Aids for Spinal Injury Patients. Funds: Rs 57. Ray. Funds: Rs 87. Funded by DIT. Jayashree Santhosh. Preclinical trial of a portable electrically enhanced transdermal drug delivery system. 5 6 Zig-G.60 lakh. Funds: Rs 24 lakh. Development of Nanoparticular system for macrophage targeting. Funds: Rs 64. Funded by Indian Council of Medical Research (2008). Delhi (to be extended).18 lakh.17. A Prosthetic Shoe for an artificial intelligent AK prosthesis. Veena Koul.60 lakh. Funds: Rs 17. Professor Sneh Anand. A novel contact killing antimicrobial quaternary amine acrylate copolymer and their applications thereof. 12.C. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 153 . Analysis of autonomic nervous system correlates and health benefits of rhythmic breathing techniques. Sneh Anand. Pre-clinical trails of a portable electrically enhanced transdermal drug delivery system (RP 01890). J. 3. MHFW (2009). Sneh Anand. Professor Sneh Anand. Analysis of ANS correlates and health benefits of Rhythmic Breathing Techniques. To Develop an External Counter Pulsation Device (ECP). Mobile ECG (m-ECG) and a software for ECG analysis (ECG-soft). Studies of the Fallopian tube function with luminal implant. 8.63 lakh. Supriya Singh.

Med Biol Eng Comput 2009. J Med Eng Technol 2008. Gait Co-ordination: Potential marker for mental state 2009. Sub-region identification in gait cycle for real time implementation. 11. Anand S. Journal of Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering 2009. Heart rate dynamics during Shambhavi Mahamudraa practice of Isha yoga. Rastogi R. Physico-chemical characterization of insulin-bile salt ion-pair complexes. Anand S. Deepak KK. (Under review).111:1478–87. J Med Eng Technol 2008 (submitted). Anand S. 16–20 November 2008. Georgia World Congress Center. Anand S. Jaryal A. 10. 13.32: 47984. Assessment of heart rate variability derived from finger-tip photoplethysmography as compared to electrocardiography. 12. Mohamed R. Bhatia M. 14. Santhosh J. Jaryal AK. Bhatia M. Deepak KK. Anand S.44:2962. Adler HJ.5: article 22. Selvaraj N. Selvaraj N. Santhosh J. J Altern Complement Med (Review). J Clin Monit Comput 2009. Singh G. Deepak KK. Ribiero R.PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. et al. Jaryal A. Heart rate dynamics during Shambhavi Mahamudra—a practice of Isha yoga.23:12330.10(Suppl. Choudhary V. Santhosh J. (Communicated). Jaryal A. 8. Studies on copolymerization of N-isopropylacrylamide with poly (ethylene glycol) methacrylate. 5.. International Journal of Biomedical Engineering 2009 (in press). Koul V. 6. Jaryal AK. Anand S. Santhosh J. Singh D. Anand S. Joshi D. Santhosh J. Influence of respiratory rate on the variability of blood volume pulse characteristics. Santhosh J. Joshi D. Synthesis and characterization of interpenetrating polymer networks (IPN) based on gelatin and divinyl ester synthesized from poly (caprolactone) diol. Atlanta. Anand S. Selvaraj N. Anand S. J Med Eng Technol (DOI:10. 4. Choudhary V. 2. Kuckling D. Anand S. Feature evaluation to reduce false triggering in Threshold based EMG Prosthetic Hand. Koul V. Influence of respiratory rate on the variability of blood volume pulse characteristics. Influence of respiratory rate on the variability of blood volume pulse characteristics. Koul V. Deepak KK. 9. Joshi D. (AAPS Journal 2008. Selvaraj N. Deepak KK. Shivplara NB. Anand S. Selvaraj N. S2): 2073). Dinda AK. Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine 2008. Jaryal A. Kandpal K. AAPS Annual Meeting and Symposium. Anand S. Monitoring of cardiovascular reactivity to cold stress using digital blood volume pulse characteristics in health and diabetes. Deepak KK. Srivastava S. J Appl Polymer Sci 2009. USA. Selvaraj N. Georgia. Santhosh J. Deepak KK. Selvaraj N. J Med Eng Technol 2008. Shivplara NB. Santhosh J.1080/ 03091900802454483) 7. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 154 . Selvaraj N. (Under review) 3. Majumdar D. Clinical monitoring and computing of peripheral endothelial function during reactive hyperemia using blood volume pulse characteristics. Eur Polymer J 2008. Deepak KK.

Verma1 V. Ray AR. 16. Verma P. Preparation of scaffolds from human hair proteins for tissue-engineering applications. Ray P. Ray AR. Biomed Mater 2008. Process Biochem 2008. Saxena S. Synthesis and characterization of poly (acrylic acid-co-N-[3(dimethylamino)propyl]-methacrylamide) Hydrogel Membranes for Biomedical Applications. Plasma induced graft polymerization of acrylic acid onto polypropylene Monofilament. Ray AR. Dubey KK. 18. Gupta B.107:324–330. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2008. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2008. Production of demethylated colchicine through microbial transformation and scale-up process development.3: 17. Behera BK.43:51–7.15. Das A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 155 . Ray AR.108:1273–1280.

and short-term training to students from different institutes and universities. Structural and Functional Studies of Peptidoglycan recognition Proteins. Dalal. Funds: Rs 33 lakh. Savita Yadav. 2. Funds: Rs 22 lakh. Funded by ICMR (2006-2009). Purification. Punit Kaur. Funded by CCRYN. Funds: Rs 20 lakh. Punit Kaur. Purification and structural and functional characterization of new proteins from seminal plasma.9 lakh. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (2005–2009). Funded by DST for 3 years (2008–2011). Funds: Rs 27. 2. Savita Yadav. Structural and Functional Studies of Lactoperoxidase. biochemical and functional characterization of heparin binding proteins in human seminal plasma. MSc (Biophysics) and MD (Biophysics) and imparting long. Srinivasan Assistant Professors Sujata Sharma Punit Kaur EDUCATION The faculty and scientists are actively involved in teaching and guiding students for PhD degree. Sharmistha Dey. 3. K. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 156 . Ongoing 1. 4. Funds: Rs 32. Funded by DST for 3 years (2008–2011). Funded by DST for 3years (2008–2011). Funds: Rs 19.5 Biophysics Head Krishna Dalal Krishna Dalal Savita Yadav Senior Scientific Officer Sharmistha Dey Senior Technical Officers S. Randomised clnical trial on the (RCT) of reflexology therapy and usual drug treatment in the management of intractable epilepsy. Setting up of Bio-Medical Informatics Centre. RESEARCH Funded Projects Completed 1.9. Funds: Rs 30 lakh. K Dalal. Funded by ICMR for 5 years (2006– 2011). Baskar Singh Asha Bhushan Associate Professors A. Sujata Sharma. Isolation. Funded by DST for 3years (2008–2011). 6. Funds: Rs 22 lakh.21 lakh. Development of Synthetic Alternatives to Currently Available Microbicidal Agents. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2008–2011).45 lakh. Randomised clnical trial on the (RCT) of reflexology in the management of patients suffering from diabetic neuropathy. 5.

Hassan MI.6:892–906. A single mutation induces molten globule formation and a drastic destabilization of wild-type cytochrome c at pH 6. et al. Rahaman HM. Singh N. Heparin-binding proteins of human seminal plasma: purification and characterization. Shin K. Kaur P. crystallization and preliminary crystallographic studies of sagitoxin.75:1767–74. 3.384:663–72. Kaur P. Srinivasan A. et al. Srinivasan A. Dey S. 12. Takase M. Ahmad F. Kumar V. Srinivasan A. Khan KAM. 10. (2008) (in press) 4. Prenat Diagn 2008. function and its clinical implications. Kaur P. Hassan MI. 6. Singh TP. Singh AK. Mol Cancer Res 2008. Yadav S. Das U. Yadav S. Sharma S. 9. 8. Yadav S.28:102–8. Kashav T. purification. Mir R. 5. Singh TP. Prolactin inducible protein in cancer. Purification and characterization of zinc alpha2glycoprotein-prolactin inducible protein complex from human seminal plasma. Inhibition of lactoperoxidase by its own catalytic product: Crystal structure of the hypothiocyanate-inhibited bovine lactoperoxidase at 2. Kumar V. Yadav S. Kumar V. Sharma P. Protein Pept Lett 2008.403:17–22. Yadav S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 157 . Comparative studies on the aggregation behavior of HBPs from human seminal plasma by dynamic light scattering. Singh TP. 15:633–9. an oligomeric cardiotoxin from the venom of Naja naja saggitifera. Hassan MI. Singh N. Hassan MI.0. Sinha M. Kaur P. Waheed A. Singh N.378:923–32. Srinivasan A. J Sep Sci 2008. Hassan MI. Zinc alpha 2-glycoprotein: a multidisciplinary protein. Perbandt M. Singh TP. Hassan MI.96:646–54. Biophys J 2009.3-A resolution. Crystal structure of the novel complex formed between zinc alpha2-glycoprotein (ZAG) and prolactin-inducible protein (PIP) from human seminal plasma. Kaur P. Singh TP. J Biol Inorg Chem 2009 Mar 10. Singh TP. [Epub ahead of print] 13. Bilgrami S. Isolation.3-A resolution. Shin K. Ahmad F.64(Pt 6):545–7. Singh TP.31:2318–24. Singh TP. Kumar V. Betzel C. Inhibition of lactoperoxidase by its own catalytic product: Crystal structure of the hypothiocyanate-inhibited bovine lactoperoxidase at 2.8 A resolution reveals dual strategy to combat infection through two independent functional homodimers. Yadav S. Takase M. 2. Singh AK. J Mol Biol 2008. Strategy for sensitive and specific detection of molecular forms of PSA based on 2DE and kinetic analysis: A step towards diagnosis of prostate cancer. fertility and immunoregulation: structure. Singh TP. Singh TP. Acta Crystallogr Sect F Struct Biol Cryst Commun 2008.PUBLICATIONS 1. Cell Mol Life Sci. Hassan IM. Yadav S. Singh AK. Hassan MI. Singh TP.96:646–54. Singh N. J Mol Biol 2008. Biophys J 2009. 11. Sharma S. Clin Chim Acta 2009. Singh TP. Sinha M. Sharma S. Crystal structure of the peptidoglycan recognition protein at 1. Proteomic analysis of human amniotic fluid from Rh() pregnancy. Yadav S. Hassan MI. Sharma S. Singh N. Waheed A. Mol Reprod Dev 2008. Kumar V. Kumar V. Srinivasan A. 7.

Larroche C. Kidwai M.4 A resolution. Tripathi M. 22. U937. Singh SB. 25. Somvanshi RK.419: 35–42. 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society. Sinha M. Mothsra P. Sharma S. Singh AK. Bora H. Singh N.14.6 Å. Kapoor V. Elenchezhiyan. Gill K. Glycoconjugate J 2008. Chatterjee BP. Somvanshi RK. M. Bhatnagar D.30 EPS: 188.30 (EPS): 188. Perbandt. Singh N. 15. Das SN.D65:1– 4.376:1060–75. Dey S. an antimicrobial peptide active against multidrug resistant Gram positive cocci. K562) and their imaging by QD-ALA nanoconjugate. Seattle. 20. Shinkai A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 158 . Thakur A. Development of novel peptide inhibitor of Lipoxygenase-based on biochemical and BIAcore evidences. Soccol CR. 18.F64:498–500. Purification. Dussap CG (eds). Randomized clinical trial of a combination of reflexology and antiepileptic drugs versus antiepileptic drugs alone. Tripathi M. A randomized clinical trial on the role of reflexology in intractable epilepsy. Bose PP. Singh AK. Mishra B. Invitro and invivo studies of P-19. Bessho Y. abstract number 70352. Singh TP. Molecular iodine as a versatile reagent for Hantzsch synthesis of 2-aminothiazole derivatives. Kaur P. J Pept Sci 2008. J Mol Biol 208. Subramanian KK. Saxena M. Betzel C. 2nd Biennial North American Regional Epilepsy Congress. Dey S. 17. France 2008. Sharma YD. Dalal K. Plasmodium vivax: Sequence polymorphism and effect of natural selection at apical membrane antigen 1 (PvAMA1) among Indian population. Srivastava VK. Acta Cryst 2008. India Habitat Centre.10:9134–8. Bhushan A. Dey S. et al. Epilepsia. Conference 24.1784:1812–7. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)— Proteins and Proteomics 2008. Sharma P. Atiproliferative effect of T/Tn specific Artocarpus lakoocha agglutinin (ALA) on human leukemic cells (Jurkat. et al. Proc.P. Somvanshi R. Sharma S. Somvanshi RK. Ethayathulla AS. 5–9 December 2008. Gill K. 30:29–36. 9th joint annual conference of Indian epilepsy association and Indian epilepsy society. 19. in the management of intractable epilepsy. Gene 2008. crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of the putative ABC transporter ATPbinding protein from Thermotoga maritima. Singh AK.4-diol at 1. Acta Crystallogr 2009. Structure-based drug design and mechanism of action of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents with phospholipase A2 as the target and neutralization of their side effects by the C-lobe of lactoferrin in Biotechnology In: Pandey A. Crystal structure of lactoperoxidase at 2. Kaur P. Tryptophan as a three way switch in regulating the function of the secretory signaling glycoprotein (SPS-40) from mammary glands : structure of SPS-40 complexed with 2-methylpentane-2. 23. Proc. Singh AK. et al. Journal of Sulfur Chemistry 2009. Singh T. Mishra B. Singh AK. Dalal K. Singh TP. 16. Chatterjee U. 21. Mishra B. 21–22 October 2008:33. J Pept Sci 2008. Dey S. Isolation of a novel 24 kDa protein from ginger rhizomes having anti-fungal and anti-proliferative activity. Kaur P. Sharma S. Alam MT. Bajpai V. Padmanabhan B.

life member of Indian Biophysical Society. Ms Asha Bhushan has presented a paper and poster on ‘Phospholipase A2 as a potential target for structure based rational drug design’ in the ‘National conference on drug discovery and development’. 2–5 February 2009. Trieste. South Campus.Protein Data Bank entries 1. China. governing body members of Indian Institute of Research in Integrated Medicine. European Peptide Society and Indian Peptide Society. Italy. 7–25 April 2008. New Delhi. CENTRAL FACILITIES Infrastructure Facility for Clinical Proteomics at AIIMS (DBT supported). HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr Krishna. Dr Sharmistha Dey was a member of National Academy of Medical Sciences. 3FAQ 2: 3GCJ Crystal Struture Of Lactoperoxidase Complex With Cyanide Mode Of Ligand Binding And Assignment Of Subsites In Mammalian Peroxidases: Crystal Structure of Lactoperoxidase Complexes With Acetyl Salycylic Acid. Dr Savita Yadav participated in 3weeks course on multidisciplinary applications of synchrotron radiation from.. Dalal has been awarded membership of American Epilepsy Society. honorary membership (life time) of China Reflexology Association. Kolkata. Beijing. Protein N-terminal sequencing Characterization of biomolecules using MALDI-TOF Receptor-ligand binding studies-Biacore Peptide synthesis X-ray intensity data collection for small molecules X-ray intensity data collection for macromolecules AWARDS. Salicylhydroxamic Acid And Benzylhydroxamic Acid Crystal Structure of Bovine Lactoperoxidase 3: 3GC1 PATIENT CARE The following services are provided by the department for patient care: • The patients suffering from the following ailments got treated through the research projects on the clinical trials (i) intractable epilepsy (ii) diabetic neuropathy (iii) osteo-arthristis • • • • • • • Characterization and analysis of kidney gallstones using X-ray diffraction techniques: More than 61 stones have been analyzed by this technique in the current year. ICTP. 21–23 January 2009. University of Delhi. Dr Punit Kaur organized workshop on ‘Introduction to Bio-Medical informatics sponsored by ICMR. Bioinformatics Centre for Drug Designing (ICMR supported) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 159 . USA.

K. Ph. Kalaivani delivered three 3 invited lectures in workshops/symposium/training programmes/ continuing education programs within the Institute Bhupender Kumar Kulwant Singh Kapoor Guresh Kumar AIIMS 2008-2009 / 160 . Dwivedi delivered more than 30 invited lectures in workshops/ symposium/ training programmes/continuing education programmes within and outside the Institute. DM. Kalaivani Statisticians Ombir Singh Statistical Assistants Ashish Datt Upadhyay EDUCATION The department was actively involved in teaching ‘Biostatistics and essentials of Research Methods’ in the undergraduate. Dr V. contributed to the educational activities in other departments by being CoGuides. Pandey Additional Professor S. MBiotech. BSc (Hons) in Medical Technology in Radiology. Sreenivas delivered more than twenty invited lectures in workshops/symposium/training programs/continuing education programmes within and outside the Institute.BS. .9. BSc. The department organized a series of evening classes on ‘Biostatistical aspects of Research Methodology’ for new Residents and Research Scholars. paramedical and postgraduate courses. Ms M.N. Sreenivas R. students and junior faculty members.M. Ahuja Scientists Rajvir Singh (VRS was 4/12/2008) M. participated in departmental scientific presentations .6 Biostatistics Professor and Head R.N. MSc (Nursing) and MD Community Medicine. Continuing Medical Education Lectures delivered Dr S. DC Members for MD/MS. viz. Faculty members delivered lectures on application of bio-statistical tools in specific areas of medical research. MCH and PhD students . The department provided 1 week hands-on-training on data analysis using statistical software to the residents. Dwivedi Associate Professor V. MB. short-term training (2–3 months) in practical applications of Biostatistics was given to fresh postgraduate students in Statistics/Biostatistics from outside the Institute.D.

Seenivas attended the 5th National Conference on Science and Technology. Adefovir+ Lamivudine and combination of Adefovir and Glycyrrhizin in HBV-related decompensated Cirrhosis. M. Comparison of multivariate statistical methods of classification: Logistic Regression. and artificial neural network R.M. Nepal. 17-19 October 2008 and Fifth National Conference on ‘Science and technology’. 15–18 May 2008. Funds: Rs 21. 17–19 October 2008. Nainital. Pandey (SRF). 19–24 May 2008. 4. Dwivedi presented two papers in the 14th International Conference of Forum for Interdisciplinary Mathematics. Funds:one SRF) A study on primary. Accra. A multicentric randomized controlled trial of Adefovir.M. 10–12 November 2008.25 lakh. Pandey. Ghana during. (Funded by ICMR.N. oral and esophagus cancer patients (S. Bangalore. • • • • RESEARCH Funded projects Ongoing 1. Funded by the DST. Bangalore. Dr Guresh Kumar presented two papers in the 28th Annual convention of Indian association for cancer research and International Symposium on Emerging Challenges and approaches in cancer biology. for 3 years (2007–2010).21–24 February. Nainital.National and International Conferences • • Dr R. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 161 . Sreenivas (with Gastroenterology). 7–9 November 2008. Funds: Rs 8. Funds: One SRF. National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST). Pandey. USA. Kalaivani presented a paper in the 26th ISMS conference during. Pandey organised one day pre. Data Coordinating Centre under Dr V. Completed Development of appropriate prevention and intervention strategies for non-communicable nutritional related disorders among women in post reproductive period: A multi-site study.M. secondary and tertiary delays for prevention and treatment to breast. India Kulwant Singh Kapoor presented two papers in the Annual Conference of IASP. Newborn screening for congenital hypothyroidism and congenital adrenal hyperplasia: A multi centric study Data Coordinating Centre. Funded by ICMR for 3years (2007–2010). R.. He also presented a paper in the XXXth Annual Conference of the Indian Association for the Study of Population. Memphis University. Dwivedi. Ministry of Science and Technology for 3 years.M.N. Fundedby ICMR for one year.24 lakh. 2. Funded by ICMR.conference workshop on ‘Cluster Randomised trials’. 3. Karnataka. Institute for Social and Economical Changes. Nepal . Dr S. classification and Regression Tree.10–12 November 2008. 2009. He attended a workshop on ‘Data Management of large studies’. R. 7–9 November 2009. Kathmandu. and presented a paper on ‘Prognostic factors of acute liver failure using Cox regression model’. for three years (with Dept of Pediatrics) Funds: Rs 9 lakh . Annual Conference of the Indian Society for Medical Statistics. Dr V.

2. Goel R. nutritional profile and quality of life on response to treatment for advanced non-small cell lung cancer. Sinha S. and artificial neural network (with Medicine) A Biostatistical Study on Pattern of Referral and Timing of Treatment of Cancer Patients with Special Reference to Breast Cancer (with IRCH) 3. Ganjoo RK. Bhatt SP. classification and regression tree. Metab Syndr Relat Disord 2009 Mar 14. Dash SC. 9:557–62. 8. Pandey RM. Kumar U. Pandey RM. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev 2008.51:5–9.111:c133–c140. respiratory status.Departmental Projects Ongoing 1. Pandey RM. et al. Kumar S. Pandey RM Waist Circumference Measurement by Site. Hussain N. Pandey RM. Kumar V. Chadha DS. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2009. Sharma SK. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 162 . Singh P. Nephron Clin Pract 2009. J Assoc Physicians India 2008. 3.56:587–90. Comparison of multivariate statistical methods of classification: Logistic regression. Makharia G. Kabra SK.129:64–7. Jagannathan NR. Effect of change in symptoms.56:949–54. Mohan A. Pandey RM. 6. Goel K. Indian J Med Res 2009. Tiewsoh K. Mohan C. Respiratory Phase. (with ??Au: Name of the Department] PUBLICATIONS 1. Misra A. 2.9:15. Luthra K. Collaborative Projects Faculty Members and the Scientists are involved as a co-investigator in large number of research projects in most of the departments in the Institute. Mohan A. A comparison of Cox proportional Hazards model. Gupta S. Obesity (Silver Spring) 2009 Jan 22. 7. 4. Lakshmy R Assessment of atherosclerosis by carotid intimomedial thickness in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. BMC Pediatr 2009. Agarwal SK. 9. Bardia A. Pandey RM. Mahajan V. Gulati G. Hepatitis C virus infection in haemodialysis: The ‘no-isolation’ policy should not be generalized. Sharma S. Pandey RM. Kalaivani M. et al. Broor S. 5. Misra A. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of brain to study the cerebral metabolic abnormalities in COPD patients: a case control study in north India. Pathak AK. Sarda P. Role of acute viral hepatitis as a confounding factor in antituberculosis treatment induced hepatotoxicity. J Assoc Physicians India 2008. Vikram NK. Lodha R. Ramachandran K. et al. Pandey RM. Kondal D. Jayaswal A. parametric proportional hazards model and accelerated failure time models in the survival of acute liver failure (with Gastroenterology). Impact of obesity on the left ventricular functions and morphology of healthy Asian Indians. Factors determining the outcome of children hospitalized with severe pneumonia. Aggarwal P. Wasir JS. and Meal Time: Implications for Methodology. Distribution and cut-off points of fasting insulin in Asian Indian adolescents and their association with metabolic syndrome. Agarwal SK. Vikram NK. Handa R. Posture. Gupta N.

Habibi S. Obstructive sleep apnoea correlates with C-reactive protein in obese Asian Indians. J Assoc Physicians India 2008. et al. Isharwal S. Agarwal S. Goel R. 16.70:717–24.203:291–7. Lakshmy R. Sinha S. Pandey A. Kathmandu Univ Med J (KUMJ) 2007. Pandey RM. Kondal D. Vikram NK. Dwivedi SN. Epidemiology of nosocomial infections in medicine intensive care unit at a tertiary care hospital in northern India. 18. Gupta R. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy and biochemical investigation of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Asian Indians: observation of high muscle lipids and C-reactive protein levels. Pokharel P. Pandey RM. Deepak KK. 21. Prevalence of overweight and obesity amongst school children in Delhi. et al. 12. Ratan SK. Prevalence of MTHFR C677T polymorphism in north Indian mothers having babies with Trisomy. Dietary nutrients and insulin resistance in urban Asian Indian adolescents and young adults. Sharma R. Ahuja V. Sharma P. Atherosclerosis 2009. 23. Sharma SK. Wig N. Vikram NK. 19. 14. Wasir JS. Pandey RM. Misra A. Statistics in Transition 2008.24:803–8. Pandey RM. Misra A. Gupta A. Human touch vs.54:200–1. Singhal S. Misra A. Danishad KA. Pathak P. On optimum numbers of controls under case control studies on unwanted pregnancies: An analytical appraisal. Kabra M.27:94–100. Sinha S.Pediatr Surg Int 2008. 24. Wasir JS. Dig Dis Sci 2009. Singh R. Pandey RM. Vikram NK. Pandey RM. Dwivedi SN. Luthra K. Sharma R. et al.21 Down syndrome. Makharia GK.9:117–28. Arya S. Autonomic Dysfunctions in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Clinical Remission. Serum zinc levels amongst pregnant women in a rural block of Haryana state. homocysteine and fluoride in the parents and the affected neonates with neural tube defect and their matched controls. Misra A. Vikram NK. Erkki K. Bhushan B. J Trop Pediatr 2008. 13. Vikram NK. Ann Nutr Metab 2008. Sachdev HPS.10. Investigation of hepatic gluconeogenesis pathway in non-diabetic Asian Indians with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease using in vivo ((31)P) phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Ramakrishnan L. Arora S. Rathi M. Pokharel PK. Dwivedi SN. Evaluation of the levels of folate. et al. Pandey RM. Luthra K. Identification of insulin resistance in Asian Indian adolescents: classification and regression tree (CART) and logistic regression based classification rules. Rastogi K. Pandey RM. Bala M. axillary digital thermometry for detection of neonatal hypothermia at community level. Kondal D.17:592–6. Kapil U. Misra A. Comparison of definitions of the metabolic syndrome in adult Asian Indians. India. Begum S. 20. Kumar V. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis 2009. Kharab S.12:133–7. et al.56:158–64. Dwivedi SN. 11. 38:233–5. Kaur S. Ahuja V. Kapil U. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 2009. Pandey RM. Agarwal S. Kohli U. Sethi V. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 163 . 22. Trop Doct 2008. 15. Wasir JS.19:184– 9. Pandey RM. Rattan KN. Magn Reson Imaging 2009. 5:484–7. Asthma symptomatics school children of Sonapur. Downs Syndr Res Pract 2008. Gulati S.52:145–51. Guleria R. vitamin B12.54:853–61. India. Lodha R. Luthra K. 17.17: 276–9. Bhatta NK. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2008. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2008.

Sight and Life 2008. Varghese RM. Singh R. Is there a chronic kidney disease epidemic? Profile of Chronic Kidney Disease in an Urban Renal Camp in Southern India. Neurogastroenterol Motil 2009. Role of immune activation in CD4(+) T-cell depletion in HIV-1 infected Indian patients. Gupta R. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2009.45:30. Sahni M.83:83–8. Some epidemiological studies on Unwanted Pregnancies: Findings from NFHS-2. Clin Endocrinol 2008. Ganie MA. 26. Pandey A. Structural and functional abnormalities in lungs in patients with achalasia.10:27–33. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). (Abstract) Arch Dis Child 2008: 93(Suppl I): A10-A12. Role of Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase Gene (Intron 4a/b) Polymorphism in Coronary Artery Disease (Abstract). Sreenivas V. Rapur R. Sahni M. Begum S. Tangirala M.24:637–-643. Mendiratta S. Sreenivas V. 37. Srivastava K. et al. 35. Mishra S. 2008. Dwivedi SN. Gupta N. Dwivedi SN. 27. et al. Singh N. ISCB Bulletin 2008.25. Comparison of gliclazide with insulin as initial treatment modality in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes. Pathak P. AIDS Care 2008. Ray D. Robust Statistics: Theory and Methods. V Sreenivas. Sreenivas V. Praveen EP. Kumar S. 10:363–8. Raghuvanshi RS. Singh V. Goswami R. Prevalence and pattern of cardiac autonomic dysfunction in newly detected type 2 diabetes mellitus. 36. Sharma R. Night blindness among pregnant women: A study in a rural block of Uttaranchal State. Thrombosis and Vascular Biology. Sreenivas V. Verma N. 29. Vishnubhatla S. Tomar N. 39. Gupta MA. Deepak KK. Khurana ML. 28. Mojumdar K. Mojumdar K. 38. Arteriosclerosis. Insulin response to oral glucose in healthy. Seith A. Das N. 31.1:22–4. PLoS ONE 2008. Makharia GK. Halstead R. Vajpayee M. 2008. et al. HIV voluntary counselling and testing: An experience from India. Ray D. Raina M. Vajpayee M. Chandra ST. Sahoo A. Predisposition to vitamin D deficiency osteomalacia and rickets in females is linked to their 25(OH)D and calcium intake rather than vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism. Hong Kong J Nephrol 2008. Kapil U. India. Presence of spondyloarthropathy and its clinical profile in patients with hypoparathyroidism. Dwivedi SN. Mittal S. Dwivedi S. Dakshinamurty KV. 32. Chirravoori S. Narula D.Missing girls in India: infanticide. Khurana ML. Goswami R. Diabetes Technol Ther 2008. Sreenivas V. Puliyel JM. International Collaboration Validating SICK Score: A Non-invasive Severity-of-Illness Assessment. et al. Journal of Empirical Research in Social Sciences (JERSS) 2008.3:10–18. Sreenivas V. Kaushik S. Kulshreshtha B. Chakrabarty A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 164 . Rangasami J.3:e2224. feticide and made-to-order pregnancies? Insights from hospital-based sex-ratio-atbirth over the last century. 2008 34. 33. Goswami P. Taduri G. lean young women and patients with polycystic ovary syndrome.68:258–63. Seith A. Chauhan NK. et al. Tomar N. 30. Jyotsna VP. Jyotsna VP. Sreenivas V. Aggarwal A. Sharma SK. Priya G. Gupta N. Sinha A. Gupta N. Gynecol Endocrinol 2008.

Presence of 25(OH)D deficiency and its effect on vitamin D receptor mRNA expression.63:446–9. Sharma S. 44. Bishnoi AK. Rath GP. Efficacy and Safety of Tacrolimus versus Cyclosporine in Children with Steroid-Resistant Nephrotic Syndrome: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Handa KK.87:589–96. Chalamalasetty SB. Mishra HK. Central pulmonary artery histopathology in patients with cyanotic congenital heart diseases. Prabhakar H. Tandon N. Sreenivas V. Puliyel JM. Goswami R. Reddy EV. Kalaivani M. Pandey RM. Airan B. Eur J Clin Nutr 2009.27:195–200. fate of the left atrioventricular valve. Characterization of Gag and Nef-specific ELISpot-based CTL responses in HIV-1 infected Indian individuals. et al. Chattopadhyay P. Benjamin J. H Madan K. Tiewsoh K. Dar L. Kapoor PM. Am J Kidney Dis 2009. freedom from reoperation. 52. Mondal AM. Bagga A. Kalaivani M. Kabra SK. Narang KS. Dinda A. PLoS ONE 2009. 47. et al. Ray R. Reference range of thyroid hormones in healthy school-age children: Country-wide data from India. Aggarwal R. Chowdhury UK. Gupta N. Kalaivani M. Indian J Gastroenterol 2008. Mendiratta S. Reddy SM. prevalence of left ventricular outflow tract obstruction. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2009. Sreenivas V. 45. Malhotra U. Bisoi AK. BV genotypes in India: do they influence disease severity? Hepatol Res 2009. Br J Nutr 2009. Joshi YK. Sinha S. 39:157–63. Nutritional status of patients with Crohn’s disease. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 165 . Hari P. Kalaivani M. Makharia GK. Vajpayee M. Effects of butorphanol and fentanyl on cerebral pressures and cardiovascular hemodynamics during tunneling phase for ventriculoperitoneal shunt insertion. 41. Marwaha RK. Refractive status at birth: its relation to newborn physical parameters at birth and gestational age. 42. Malhotra A. Chowdhury UK.et al. Mojumdar K. Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and its relationship with thyroid autoimmunity in Asian Indians: A communitybased survey. Sreenivas V. et al. Ann Thorac Surg 2009. Epub 2009 Feb 13. 50. Marwaha RK. 49. et al. Varghese RM. BMC Pediatr 2009. Specific issues after surgical repair of partial atrioventricular septal defect: actuarial survival. Choudhry S. Desai AK. 4(2): e4469. Kanwar R. Tomar N.198:47–56. Sreenivas V. Bithal PK. Ray D. Prevalence and risk factors of obstructive sleep apnea among middle-aged urban Indians: A community-based study. 46. Med Microbiol Immunol 2009. Tandon N.137:548–55. Dash HH. 51. Middle East J Anesthesiol 2008. Clin Biochem 2009.and other events.40. Sreenivas V. Kalaivani M. Varughese S. Goswami R. [Epub ahead of print] 43. Gupta N. Sleep Med 2009. et al. Tomar N. Kalaivani M.9:15. Sastry A. Broor S. Mizokami M. Factors determining the outcome of children hospitalized with severe pneumonia. et al. Lodha R. Kaushik S.19:1041–53. 48. 1–5. Tanaka Y. Kadhiravan T. Batra Y.

Role of fibrillin1 genetic mutations and polymorphism in aortic dilatation in patients undergoing intracardiac repair of tetralogy of Fallot. Reviewer of the manuscripts submitted to all major medical journals in the country. National Institute of Health and Family Welfare. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2008. Research Committee. Centre of Entomological Research. National Nutritional Monitoring Bureau. Ahuja V. Member. National Institute of Nutrition. Scientific Committee. Seth S. Chapters in Book Dwivedi SN. Natl Med J India 2008.N. Member. Public Health Foundation of India. Sharma S. Dwivedi was included as Member of the Expert Group to discuss methods regarding evaluation of Programme effectiveness of Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) at National Institute of Medical Statistics. Myocardial injury in coronary artery bypass grafting: On-pump versus off-pump comparison by measuring high-sensitivity C-reactive protein. Koirala Institute of Health AIIMS 2008-2009 / 166 . Benjamin J. Group to develop course curriculum for various course at all the five Institutes of Public Health. Madurai.135:1110–9. Kanwar R. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr R. Chowdhury UK. Institutional Ethics Committee. Kalaivani M. et al. Research Committee. Marwaha RK. Balakrishnan P.M. 136:757–66. DST. and myoglobin release. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2008. Bhattacharya V. et al. Dr Pandey is the INCLEN liaison person to develop joint academic and research activities with the International Epidemiological Association (IEA) under the INCLEN-IEA MOU. Research committee. Makharia GK. Member. AWARDS. Marwaha RK. Tandon N. creatine kinase-MB. Cardiology Update 2008 (Cardiological Society of India).K. thesis from Universities within and outside the country. Intestinal permeability and its association with the patient and disease characteristics in Crohn’s disease. heart-type fatty acid-binding protein. Tandon N.P. Reddy DH. Ramakrishnan L. Ph. being conducted by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Aggarwal R. Ultrasound evaluation of thyroid size: a large nationwide study of schoolchildren in India. V. Malik V. Joshi YK. Member. 54. Ganie MA. Indian Pediatr 2008. Elected to serve the ad hoc Search Committee for the Editor of Biometric Bulletin of International Biometric Society. Mishra AK. B. Member. Data Safety Monitoring Board of the multi country trial on neglected diseases in India. All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Ashraf GM. held in Nagpur. Dwivedi AK. cardiac troponin I. et al. Biostatistical methods for the cardiologists: Basic principles. and Proposal/Project Review committees of the DBT. after completing one year and ten months assignment with the International Clinical Epidemiology Network (INCLEN) at their Global Head Quarter in New Delhi. Member.21:69–74.45:279–84. Dr Pandey continues to be member of the several Data Safety Monitoring Board. Pandey resumed his duties in the department in February 2009. Task Force. Batra A. Yadav R.14:1399–40. Chowdhury UK. Ganguly SK. et al.D. 55. Chairman. World J Gastroenterol 2008. Kabra M. Scientific Advisory Committee. 56. ICMR. Member. Member. Examiner. Ray R. Annual Conference of the Indian Clinical Epidemiology Network. INCLEN and the ICMR. Kalaivani M. Dr S. Evaluation of the role of ultrasonography in diagnosis of autoimmune thyroiditis in goitrous children. Bahl 2008:19–32. Hyderabad. 57.53.

Dr Dwivedi continued as Member. Dr V. External Expert Member. Indian Journal of Psychiatry. National Institute of Health and Family Welfare. Statistical Consultant to the Journal of Indian Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health (JIACAM). Reviewer. Bhopal. Reviewer. Reviewer. External Examiner. National Institute of Medical Statistics. Dharan. Member. Indian Region for the Biometric Bulletin of the International Biometric Society. Mumbai. Reviewer. Varanasi. Department of Science and Technology. Editorial Advisory Committee.Sciences. Sreenivas was Examiner for a PhD thesis submitted to the Dibrugarh University. Member. Demography India. thesis submitted at International Institute for Population Sciences. Editorial Board. BHU. Indian Journal of Medical Research. National Institute of Medical Statistics. Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) for 3 research projects sponsored by the Department of Biotechnology. continued to be. International Biometric Society (Indian Region) for the period 2006–2008. Government of India. Technical Advisory Committee. Indian Council of Medical Research. Screening/ Selection Committee. Expert for Selection Committee at Lucknow University. Task Force Group constituted by the ICMR to look into the current status of activities and provide directions to future research needs regarding toxic gas exposed people at Bhopal. India. All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Indian Journal of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences. ICMR Expert Group on the seroprevalence study to determine the impact of Hepatitis B vaccination. Journal of Royal Statistical Society. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 167 . Correspondent. Statistical Consultant. Demography India. Advisor to the Journal of Neonatology. Biometrics. Member Secretary. Member. Dibrugarh. Nepal. Evaluation of Ph. ISMS Award Committee. Editorial Board regarding Technical Report on Long Term Clinical Studies on Health effects of Toxic Gas Leak from the Union Carbide Methyl Isocyanate Plant. Member. Executive Council Member. Member.D. Board of Studies on Health Statistics. Editor. Scientific Advisory Committee. New Delhi. involved as Reviewer for Research Projects of Mathematical Sciences Office. Member. Reviewer for the journals—Indian Journal of Medical Research and Indian Journal of Paediatrics. UK (Series A). Indian Council of Medical Research. Member. International Society for Clinical Biostatistics. Member. Chairman/ Member of the Screening/ Selection Committee.

Four of them under WHO in-country training programme (from Safdarjung Hospital. Manipal Institute of Technology. ICGEB. bioinformatics. Tyagi Additional Professor S. Lady Hardinge Medical College. H. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. Experts were invited from institutes such as JNU. Nehru Arts and Science College. Institute of Applied Medicine & Research. The infrastructural facilities were expanded with the acquisition of new computer softwares and hard-wares to make available computer to each student during bioinformatics practical exercise. Ghaziabad.K. NII and NIIT besides AIIMS faculty to provide insight to the students in their respective areas of research and developments related to biotechnology. molecular medicine. July 2008. Students and faculty from Department of Biotechnology. Faridabad. Kurukshetra and institutions such as Career Institute of Technology and Management. Prasad AIIMS 2008-2009 / 168 . Rohtak. Coimbatore visited the department during. seminar presentations and research project (dissertation) on frontier area of medical research. The department continues conducting PhD programme in the area of Medical Biotechnology. Manipal. The teaching programme includes theory and practical classes. Long-term Training Faculty of the department provided long-term training to five scientists from various institutions.N. Noida. Das Assistant Professor Anushree Gupta EDUCATION Postgraduate The department continues with its 2 years postgraduate programme in Medical Biotechnology leading to MBiotech degree. genomics.D. IGIB. proteomics. New Delhi and ICMR. etc. Maharshi Dayanand University. Students are given individual attention and hands on experience in practical classes.9. Kurukshetra University. Kolkata) and one as DBT Post Doctoral Fellow. Short-term training The faculty of the department provided summer training to students from the University of Delhi. Sharma Professors J.7 Biotechnology Professor and Head Y. Amity Institute of Technology.S.

Bhubaneswar. Seminar on ‘Recent trends in Molecular Biology and Immunology for Diagnosis and Prevention of Human Diseases’. Institute of Life Sciences. Tata AIIMS 2008-2009 / 169 • • • • .D. IILM College of Engineering and Technology. Gwalior. Tyagi • ‘Laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis: Challenges and solutions’.K. Orissa. 2009. 14-17 February. • • Dr. Orissa. Department of Biochemistry. ‘Improved laboratory diagnosis of TB’. National Symposium on ‘Recent Advances in Immunology’. ‘Variation in dendritic cell subsets and IL-12 independent production of IFN-g in pulmonary tuberculosis’. 12–14 June 2008. Chaired a session in Indo-US Conference on Development of Vaccines against vivax malaria. Chaired a session on anti-malarial drug resistance in International Symposium on Tribal Health. February 2009. 27-28 February 2009. Deshbandhu College. Dr J. H. 25 September 2008. ‘Trends in TB Research’. Institute of Home Economics. CSIR Science Centre. Chaired a session on malaria vaccine in International Symposium on Tribal Health. Sharma • • • • ‘Unusual drug resistance pattern in P. RMRC. ‘Tuberculosis – Pathogen Host Interaction’. Boston College for Professional Studies.P. RMRC. International Symposium on Tribal Health. University of Delhi. Organized by CSIR. Bhubaneswar. Greater Noida. Annual meeting of the Molecular Immunology Forum-2009. 2009. presided by DG CSIR. Symposium on ‘Medical biotechnology’. University of Delhi. Prasad • ‘Diverse functions of HupB (Rv2986C) histone like protein of Mycobacterium tuberculosis’. February 2009. New Delhi. RMRC. Gautam Budh Nagar (UP). 35th Annual Meeting of Indian Immunology Society. . 2nd Annual Conference of the Cytometry Society – India and ‘Our experience in the use of flowcytometry for research in immunology of human tuberculosis’. Jabalpur (MP). 30 January. February 2009.falciparum isolates from Andaman & Nicobar after tsunami’. ‘Modulation of Interferon gamma receptor 1 by live M. New Delhi.National and International Conferences Lectures delivered Dr Y. 10th Indo US Flow Cytometry Workshop. Invited talk at Open Source Drug Discovery meeting. Jabalpur (M.S. 17–18 June 2008. 12-14 December 2008.). Jabalpur (MP). Conference on ‘Biogenesis-II (Future Challenges and Opportunities)’. ACTREC. New Delhi. tuberculosis’.

Bhubaneswar. Switzerland. N. 19 – 20 October 2008. et al. UICC World Cancer Congress. et al. Chauhan S.Memorial Centre. Maharashtra. New Delhi ICGEB. Lumb V. Taneja NK. Navi Mumbai held at Kashid Beach Resort. Vinayak S. February 2009. • • • • National and International Conferences • Choudhary V. Geneva. 1–3 December 2008. Alam MS. Chaired a session in symposium on Ovarian Cancer. Extensive genetic diversity in the Plasmodium falciparum Na+/H+ Exchanger (pfnhe-1) gene implicated in quinine resistance and its flanking microsatellites at International Symposium on Tribal Health. 27–28 March 2009. Dev V. 12 – 14 December. Dhingra S. Interaction of DevR with multiple binding sites synergistically activates divergent transcription of narK2-Rv1738 genes in Mycobacterium tuberculosis at International TB Symposium 2008. 27 – 31 August 2008. Singh N. School of Life Sciences. tuberculosis at International TB Symposium 2008. October 2008. TNFR2 and NF-kappa B Signaling in Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma. National Conference on Genomics. New Delhi ICGEB. Jabalpur. 35th IISM Conference. TNF. Kaur K. Tyagi JS. Tyagi JS. ‘Genetic polymorphism in COX-2 gene in Oral Cancer Patients’. February 2009. Institute of Life Sciences. Erythrocyte binding activity and physico-chemical charactgerization of a novel 33. Taneja NK. International Symposium on “Novel Strategies for Targeted Prevention and Treatment of Cancer. Tyagi RK. Garg S. Das • ‘COX-2 and Oral Cancer: A novel strategy for estimation in serum and anti-tumour activity of its inhibitory peptides on tumour cells’. Singh N. Dhingra S. Tyagi JS. DevS binding peptides inhibit signaling and hypoxic survival of M. New Delhi ICGEB. All India Institute of Medical Sciences. New Delhi. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 170 • • • • • . Alibaug. DevS binding peptides inhibit signaling and hypoxic survival of M. Tyagi JS. 7–9 March 2009. Dr S. Kaur K. Kharghar. ‘A biosensor-based technique to assay circulating COX-2 and anti tumour activity of its inhibitory peptides in Oral Cancer’. Taneja NK. Bangalore. RMRC. Proteomics and Systems Biology Indian Institute of Sciences. Jabalpur. December 2008. 2008. DevR binding peptide inhibits transcription and survival of non-replicating (dormant) Mycobacterium tuberculosis at International TB Symposium. New Delhi. Das MK. tuberculosis at International TB Symposium 2008 at Second Indian Peptide Symposium. February 2009. Dhingra S. Kaur K.5 kDa Tryptophan rich protein of Plasmodium vivax at International Symposium on Tribal Health at RMRC. Zeeshan M. Bora H. JNU. December 2008.

RESEARCH Funded Projects Ongoing 1. Funds: Rs 11 lakh (for 1st year). Studies on FAS (CD95) and FAS L (CD95L) gene polymorphism and their association with tobacco related oral carcinomas. Funds: Rs 23. Funds: Rs 22. Funded by DBT for 10 years (1998–2008). Y.K. Second Indian Peptide Symposium. Funded by DST for 3 years (2007–2010).04 lakh. Funds: Rs 72 lakh. Postgraduate training programme in Biotechnology with special application to Biomedicine.D. J. 8. Funds: Rs 41.0 lakh. Funded by DBT for 3 years. Evaluation of devR mutant of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in animal model of tuberculosis and in cultured bacilli: Virulence and gene expression analysis. Reconstructing cellular networks: Two-component regulatory systems. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 171 . Y. Prasad. Funds: Rs 363 lakh. 2. Funds: Rs 50. J. Tyagi.12. Development and characterization of autologous NKT cell-based dendritic cell vaccine for oral squamous cell carcinoma. Functional Characterization of Rv2986c. Funded by DBT for 5 years (2008-2013). 4.2008 to 31. Sharma. Polymorphisms in genes of the Endothelin system in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting surgery and having a concomitant diagnosis for diabetes. Y. Tyagi JS. Das.S. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2007–2010). Funded by DBT Indo–US VAP for 3 years (2006–2009).0 lakh. Tyagi.37 lakh. Tyagi. February 2009. 6. tuberculosis. H.0 lakh. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (1.D. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2005–2008). J.1. 9. Funded by ICMR for 3 years. Funds: Rs 6.58 lakh per year. 7. Peptide based inhibition of DevR function inhibits viability of Mycobacterium tuberculosis under hypoxic conditions. a DNA Binding Protein of M. Sharma.2010). Funds: Rs 22. H.D.K. Funded by ICMR for 5 years (2005–2009). Satya N. 3. Das. bovis using molecular beacons. Funds: Rs 23.. Development of vaccine for control of bovine tuberculosis.• Dhingra S. Completed 1. 5. Biotechnology Informatics System. Taneja NK. Anushree Gupta. Satya N. 2.S. Dr. Funds: Rs 75 lakh. High throughput PCR assays for diagnosing tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and M. Prasad. Malaria vaccine related field studies in Jabalpur. Kaur K.S. Sharma.69 lakh. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2007–2010).

AIIMS 2008-2009 / 172 Collaboration with (LRS Institute. Studies to evaluate neo-adjuvant chemotherapy followed by post operative chemotherapy and assess the expression of multi-drug resistance gene and cell cycle specificity in locally advanced gastric and gastro-oesophageal function adenocarcinoma Collaborative Projects Project No. Departmental Projects Ongoing 1.98 lakh. : 1.) (Departments of Microbiology and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2005–2008) extended upto 31st March 2009. AIIMS) (National TB Institute Bangalore and Tuberculosis Research Center. Studies on Beclin 1 in Oral Cancer 2. Funds: Rs 21. Funded by DBT SBIRI (2008–2010). Innate immunity to Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Genetic polymorphisms in COX-2 genes in Breast Cancer patients 4. Tyagi. Anushree Gupta.192 lakh.S. 4. AIIMS) . Studies on PI 3 Kinase in Oral Cancer 6. 2.K. Ltd.32 lakh. PCR Based diagnosis of tuberculosis in humans and cattle 4. TH-2 Cytokine (IL-4. 6. Chennai) (NCCS. Pharmaceuticals Pvt.falciparum for drug resistance markers Completed 1. Funded by AIIMS for 3 years (2005–2008). Funds: Rs 2. Study of transmission of livestock derived pathogenic mycobacteria and its prevalence among humans (Zoonotic Tuberculosis). H. Ongoing 1. Genetic polymorphism in COX-2 genes in Oral Cancer patients 3.3. 5. Computational design and development of inhibitors for the treatment of tuberculosis. Prasad. IL-10) gene polymorphism in Oral Cancer 7. Humans immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis 3. J. Modulation of Endothelin-1 in coronary artery bypass grafting patients imparted with pre-operative relaxation therapy. Studies on mTOR Signaling in Oral Cancer 5. Funds: Rs 33. 2. 3. AIIMS) Gastroentrology and Human Nutrition. 4. Pune) (Department of Pediatrics. Genetic polymorphism in P. New Delhi and M/s Arbros.

Evaluation of devR mutant of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in animal model of tuberculosis and in cultured bacilli: Virulence and gene expression analysis. Alam MT. Alam MT. 30:379–83. Funds: Rs 50. Bora H. Singh N. J Cell Mol Med 2008. Bora H. High throughput PCR assays for diagnosing tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis using molecular beacons (with Public Health Research Institute. 5. Sharma YD. Bora H. Detection of Mycobacterial pathogens in patients with Crohn’s disease. Completed 1.S.190:4301–12. Prasad. Mittra P.12:1061–2. J. J.34 lakh.K. Das SN. Ribozyme cleavage of Plasmodium falciparum gyrase A gene transcript affects the parasite growth. Parasite Immunol 2008.50 lakh. (2007–2010). Newark) New Jersey. 3. No evidence for association of PTPN22 R620W functional variant C1858T with type 1 diabetes in Asian Indians. Funded by DBT (2007–2010). Prasad. H. 3. Ahmed A. Effects of administering10 mg of zinc orally to young infants aged 7 days and up to 4 months with possible serious bacterial infection on survival and function of peripheral blood mononuclear cells.103:751–63. Chauhan S. Funds: Rs 35. 6. 6. 4.2. Das MK. Sharma YD. Baniasadi V. Cooperative binding of phosphorylated DevR to upstream sites is necessary and sufficient for activation of the Rv3134c-devRS operon in Mycobacterium tuberculosis: Implication in the induction of DevR target genes. Imbalance between Endothelin-1 and plasma nitric oxide products influence the outcome in children suffering from severe pulmonary hypertension due to congenital heart disease (with Cardiac Anaesthesia. Prasad. Alam MT. AIIMS. Funded by DBT (2008–2011). Tyagi. Funded by DBT. 2. Tyagi.26 lakh. High immunogenecity and erythrocyte-binding activity in the tryptophan-rich domain (TRD) of the 74-kDa Plasmodium vivax alanine-tryptophan-rich antigen (PvATRAg74). Funds: Rs 19. Comprehensive proteomics profiling of CSF proteins from patients of different meningitis infections for biomarker discovery. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 173 . Molecular switch in Th1-Th2 response by SMAR1: Its implications in Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Vaccine 2008. K.103:75–80.S. 5.37 lakh. H.26:3787–94. Cellular immune responses to recombinant Plasmodium vivax tryptophan-rich antigen (PvTRAg) among individuals exposed to vivax malaria. Funded by DBT (2005– 2008). K. Funds: Rs 64. Singh N. Sharma YD. Funds: Rs 40. H. USA. The type and mysorensis forms of the Anopheles stephensi (Diptera: Culicidae) in India exhibit identical ribosomal DNA ITS2 and domain-3 sequences. Parasitol Res 2008. Funded by DBT (2007–2010). J Bacteriol 2008. Sharma YD.31 lakh. CTC). 7. 4. Tyagi JS. Parasitol Res 2008. PUBLICATIONS 1.

Kapuria V. TNFR2 genes and TNF-á production in Asian Indians. Immunological responses to a 39. 19. Prasad HK. and characterization of the immunological response to a 40-kilodalton Plasmodium vivax tryptophan-rich antigen. Mehlotra RK. Srivatsava MVP. Infect Immun 2008. Singh HB. Tyagi JS. Acta Trop 2009. Shah NP. 12.109: 241–4.128:26–31. Das SN. Dhanasekaran V. 18.7. 46: 4068-70. Indian J Med Res 2008. Tyagi JS. J Clin Microbiol 2008. Sharma YD.76:2576–86. Katoch VM. Mittal S. J Med Microbiol 2009. Immunol Investig 2009.10:1097– 105. 11. Filtration of CSF improves Mycobacteria. Expression. Gupta R. 16. DevR-mediated adaptive response in Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Ra: Links to asparagine metabolism.419:35–42.58:616–24. tuberculosis from cattle of some farms in north India – possible relevance in human health.38: 1–15. 4-Dichloro-6-Methyl Quinoline on human oral carcinoma cell line. Choudhary V. Tuberculosis (Edinb) 2009. Sharma YD. Haldar S. Chauhan SS. Somvanshi RK. purification. Chauhan S. Gupta VK. Kumar P.38:381–6. Interaction of DevR with multiple binding sites synergistically activates divergent transcription of narK2-Rv1738 genes in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.52:2212–22. Sharma YD. Dash AP.190:5394–403. Sharma YD. Tyagi JS. isolation of 14. 13. Srivastava K. Gene 2008. 10. J Chem Crystallogr 2008. Synthesis. Bora H. Association of tuberculous endometritis with infertility and other gynecological complaints of women in India. Kumar P. Sharma VD. Yadav VS. Discordant patterns of genetic variation at two chloroquine-resistant loci in worldwide populations of malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. Subashini R. Malhotra V. Efficient diagnosis of tuberculous meningitis by detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA in cerebrospinal fluid filtrates using PCR. et al. Garg S. Crystal Structure Cytotoxic and Apoptotic activity of 2. Bockarie MJ. J Clin Microbiol 2008.8kDa Plasmodium vivax tryptophan-rich antigen (PvTRAg39. et al.E. Thakur A. Singh N. Chauhan DS. Alam MT. Maguire JD. J Bacteriol 2008. 15. et al.8) among humans. Sharma YD. 9. Das SN. Singh S. Kaur P. Clark-Curtiss J. Singhal A.46:2824–5. Extensive heterozygosity in flanking microsatellites of Plasmodium falciparum Na(+)/H(+) exchanger (pfnhe-1) gene among Indian isolates. Sharma N. Isolation of Mycobacterium bovis and M. Plasmodium vivax: Sequence polymorphism and effect of natural selection at apical membrane antigen 1 (PvAMA1) among Indian population. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 174 . Baird JK. Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in TNF-á. Arulprakash G. Gupta P. Singh N. Dey S.89:169–74. Siddiqui AA. 17. Bora H. 8. Chauhan DS. Microbes Infect 2008. Antimicrob Agents Chemother 2008. Mattera G.

Board of Research Studies of NICD-IP University. Review Committee of NII. Thakur A. New Delhi. Academic Committee. Chinese Patents Awarded 1. Masters in Biotechnology Curriculum Development Committee of BCIL.Member. International Reviewer Panel of ‘Medical Science Monitor’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 175 .086-IN0300302 03825875.20.D. Vanasthali Vidyapeeth. NML Book Selection Committee. Aligarh.S. South African 2. Government of India. Sectional Committee of Indian National Science Academy (INSA). Dr J. Aligarh Muslim University. Expert Member. Indore. Member. Parasite Biology.9. Member. Project Advisory Committee of CSIR for Biotechnology. NBRC MSc. Amritsar. Amritsar. Member. Teaching Advisory Committee of Banaras Hindu University. Expert Member. Teaching Advisory Committee of Devi Ahilya University. Member. PATIENT CARE Patents International Application # PCT/N03/00302 dated 9. Chairman. Selection Committee for Scientists for ICMR. Indian 2005/05007-IN0300302 1274/DEL/2002 03813287. Genetic diversity in the C-terminal 42 kDa region of merozoite surface protein-1 of Plasmodium vivax (PvMSP-1(42)) among Indian isolates. Central Recruitment Committee of Research staff in projects in AIIMS. Chennai. 1. Expert Member. European 2. AIIMS Patent Committee and Chairperson of AIIMS Institutional Biosafety Committee for Recombinant DNA Research. Tyagi was awarded the Tata Innovation Fellowship by Department of Biotechnology. RAP/SAC.NIMR. Expert. Member. Sharma has been elacted as a Fellow of all the three National Science Academies. Alam MT. Editorial Board of ‘Biotechnology’. Acta Trop 2008. Neuroscience Coordination Committee. Member. Member. Varanasi. Sharma YD. Faculty positions of GNDU. Delhi.4-2402-IN0300302 10/540. Patent Cell of AIIMS. Member of Course Curriculum Committee for PG programme in Biotechnology of DBT. Guru Nanak Dev University.7-IN0300302 AWARDS. New Delhi. DBT Task Force Sub-committee on Human Resources Development. continued to be Member. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Professor Y. Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit. Member. Research Advisory Committee. Scientific Advisory Committee. Chairman. Board of PG Studies in Biotechnology. National Institute of Immunology.2003 on ‘The Characterization of HupB Gene Encoding Histone like Protein of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis’” filed in the name of DBT and AIIMS. Research Committees of AIIMS. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Member. Editorial Board of ‘J Vect Borne Dis’. US 3.108:58–63. Tuberculosis Research Centre. Board of Studies in Biotechnology. Member.

Member. AIIMS.under sponsored projects. Institute of Life Sciences. SGPGIMS. Agra. Prasad is a Member. Das continued as Fellow. Editorial Board. National Centre for Cell Science (NCCS). Referee. Member. AIIMS. Member. Task Force Group on Cancer Cervix. ICMR. Medical Biotechnology Sectional Committee. A 512 kbps leased line for internet taken from VSNL Is also functional in the department. AIIMS. Referee. Member. USA. Government of India. Referee. International Academy of Biological Therapy. Negotiation Committee. Liquid Nitrogen Plant The department’s liquid nitrogen plant supplied a total of 2947 litres of liquid nitrogen to users at AIIMS on request. Referee.Dr H. Internet services. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine. New Delhi. Editorial Board. Member. statistics and data presentation. Member. Sub-Committee for the construction of Molecular Biology Centre at AIIMS. Indian Immunology Society. bibliographical search facility. Member. Orissa. Selection Committee of the National Institute of Immunology. MHD-20.N. Member. India. Member. ICGEB. Institute of Pathology (ICMR) New Delhi. Selection Committee for posts’. Member. Bhubaneswar. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. Member. Member. International Journal of Osteoporosis and Metabolic Disorders. Cancer Letters. Guha Research Conference (GRC). Oral Oncology. India. Bureau of Indian Standards. Member. National Advisory Committee and Invited Speaker. Life Member. Member. Member. DBT. Selection Committee for PGT in Biotechnology. DKFZ Alumni Association. Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI). Heidelberg. This facility is being widely used by students and faculty of this as well as neighbouring institutes. Member. Bhubaneswar. e-mail. AIIMS. National Academy of Medical Sciences. International Journal of Immunogenetics. Life Member. DNA and protein sequence search and retrieval. Terry Fox Run Grant Committee on Cancer Research. Expert Member. Member. Germany. The Cytometry Society. Institute of Life Sciences. Biotech Consortium India Limited. Expert Group of the Technical Committee of Central JALMA Institute for Leprosy and Other Mycobacterial Diseases. Technical Committee. Referee. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 176 . Referee. Institutional Committee for recombinant DNA research. DBT. IAEC Nominee of Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments of Animals (CPCSEA). OTHER ACTIVITITES Bioinformatics Centre The department has a Bioinformatics resource centre whichprovides database sevices. training and assistance to students in graphics.K. American Association for Cancer Research. 2nd Annual Conference of Cytometry Society – India. Department of Microbiology. Member. Open Journal of Toxicology. Specification Committee for the purchase of LSR II Flowcytometer. Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy. International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. Dr S.

Four research projects were undertaken by undergraduates during their field posting. 64 Health Talks on different topics were organized and supervised at the community level.8 Centre for Community Medicine Professor & Head C. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 177 . Participant :300. The schedule was made more rational. Urban posting: Fourth and fifth semester students are posted in urban area for five weeks as part of their teaching programme. Interns are posted for six weeks in either Dayalpur or Chhainsa primary health centre and for 6 weeks at Ballabgarh. BSc ursing and Post-certificate Nursing students remained unchanged. • A role play on High Risk Pregnancy. Newer techniques such as qualitative research method. . Assistant Professors Sanjay K. have also been introduced. The other activities were regrouped into Health System. Activities in both areas were the same. Epidemiology and Clinical sessions. Kusuma Kumari EDUCATION The education programmes for undergraduates. Regular assessment has been introduced. case studies. The duration of the programme remained the same Undergraduates undergo a residential posting for five weeks in Semester VII . etc. It is a residential posting. Rai Nongkynrih Baridalyne Sanjeev K. 50 families with chronic problems were identified and allotted to undergraduates for Clinical Psycho Social Case Review (CPSCR) and supervised for various intervention and follow-up. postgraduates.9.S. Undergraduate Rural posting: A major revamp of undergraduate teaching was carried out.S. Anand Puneet Misra Y. rabies. Pandav Bir Singh Professors Shashi Kant Additional Professors Kiran Goswami Associate Professor K. A new activity called Orienting Undergraduates to Community Health (OUCH) was started. alcoholism and First-aid was performed by 5th semester students under Family Health Advisory Service at Dr Ambedkar Nagar. Gupta • • • Internship The programme remained unchanged.

Dr Sanjeev Kumar delivered 21st Guest Lecture on ‘Public health—present and future’. Waste handlers (three). • • • • • • • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 178 . etc. Continuing Medical Education Conferences • Dr Osmon Sankoh delivered 19th Guest Lecture on ‘Cluster detection method—an application to data from health and demographic surveillance sites (HDSS)’. The first one was on 22 September 2008 and focused on ‘Neonatal and child health issues’. 24 July 2008. Two CMEs for Qualified Medical Private Practitioners was held on ‘Influenza and on safe injection practices’. Two trainings of ASHAs were carried out. working with district level officials. addressing public health issues. UNICEF. Fellows Ms Purva Dwivedi and Mr Ravinder Bisla joined as INDEPTH fellows at Ballabgarh to support our demographic and data management activities. Their teaching in Ballabgarh has also been revised with a higher focus on learning practical aspects of running. They are encouraged to take active part in decision making. Training of Health workers and Anganwadi workers were carried out on nutrition related disorders and balanced diet. Nursing LT. LT of College of Nursing. PHCs. was organized for the BSF Jawans & Officers. Nairobi. Mutatkar delivered 20th Guest Lecture on ‘Ethical issues in health research’ Maharashtra Association of Anthropological Sciences (MAAS). The second one held on 19 December 2008 was on ‘Noncommunicable diseases and refresher course on neonatal health’. This gives them adequate time to gain the necessary experience both at referral hospital and at primary health centres. Kenya. A Public Lecture on ‘HIV/AIDS’. Female volunteers groups were trained on diet and nutrition. BSF Signal Training Centre.M. All the health workers were trained in management of non-communicable diseases through a protocol developed by the faculty. Pune. at CCM.Postgraduate Postgraduates in Community Medicine were posted in rural areas for 15 months. 1 January 2009. Training Sessions on ‘Safe injection practices’ were held for Nursing students (three). Delhi. Professor R.. 11 September 2008. A system of regular assessment has also been introduced. 27 March 2009. Registered Medical Practitioners (fourteen). INDEPTH.

Lectures delivered Dr Bir Singh • • • • • ‘Role of community health workers in substance use’. Ghaziabad. BSF Signal Training Centre. Regional Research Centre for NCD Surveillance Under The Integrated Disease Surveillance Project. K Anand. 23 March2009. AIIMS. 11 May 2008. Funded by INCLEN 5. Development of a model for strengthening of existing health system to address non communicable diseases in India. ‘World TB Day’ and ‘Women Health’. Pandav CS. Prevalence of coronary heart disease and its risk factors in residents of urban and rural areas of NCR–a repeat survey. Chhattar Pur attended bystudents from 32 Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan Schools. Tamil Nadu. NDDTC (AIIMS). RESEARCH Funded Projects Ongoing 1. for doctors. Sanjay. Rai K. Govind Puri. AIIMS. Funded by ICMR (2009–2010) 4. ‘Model injection centre’. Delhi State AIDS Control Society. AIIMS. 28 November 2009. Delhi. 27 March 2009. K. Nurses. Kalka Ji (a field practice area of Laxman Public School) [with Ms. New Delhi. Anand. Kant S. 17 May 2008. Orientation workshop organized by Academic Section of AIIMS for new postgraduate students. UNICEF meeting. 14 April 2008. Key note address on ‘Technical aspects of PPTCT (HIV/AIDS)’. and Counsellors in a Training Programme. Bhoomiheen Camp. K. 13 February 2009. Funded by ICMR (2007–2009) 3. Mahabalipuram. Determinants of under-nutrition in children and assessment of management at different levels of health care by IPEN. ‘HIV—Prevention of parent to child transmission. Invited Lecture in the symposium ‘Social psychiatry and clinical practice’. Anand. World Bank/ICMR funded project (2008–2010) 2. Mercy John (115 Participants)]. ‘HIV/AIDS’ for BSF Jawans and Officers. and Misra P. Dr Shashi Kant • • 1st Annual Clinical and Epidemiological Research Methods and Leadership Training workshop for UG and PG medical students. INCLEN AIIMS 2008-2009 / 179 . Dr Anil Goswami • • ‘HIV/AIDS’ in Sawan Public School.

Ongoing 1. G. K. Makharia. ‘Acute respiratory viral infections in rural India’.S. Pandav et al. A study of hygiene behavior and water treatment practices of the residents of the slums in North India in the context of an ongoing behavior change intervention 2. Country Office. Evaluation of ASHA Scheme under NRHM in Faridabad District of Haryana AIIMS 2008-2009 / 180 .e. Anand. Funded by ICMR (2008–2009). Anita Saxena. NACO. Shobha Broor. Pilot deployment of yele–ophthalmology system using ‘Sehat saathi portable rural telemedicine software’. K. 2. Influenza disease burden in rural communities in India. New Delhi. (2009–2011). Anand (2009–2011). K. Funded by INCLEN. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Prevalence of tuberculosis in Faridabad District of Haryana. Mukhya Mantri Janani Swasthya Abhiyan (MMJSSA)–Janani Surakhsha Yojana (JSY) in Jharkhand. 5. Government of India) 10. Collaborative Projects Ongoing 1. Uttar Pradesh and Delhi under ‘HIV Sentinel Surveillance’ (Central Region). 4. To study the prevalence of rheumatic heart disease among children of 5–15 years age group in Ballabhgarh block of Haryana using echocardiography with Doppler (a Pilot study).6. Development of a Rapid Assessment approach to estimate prevalence of non-communicable diseases and their risk factors. Funded by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. 12. ‘Feasibility of introducing Dried Blood Spot (DBS) for HIV Sentinel Surveillance and assessment of quality of HIV testing’ (Commissioned by World Health Organization. Anand. 11. C. Direct and indirect protection by influenza vaccine given to children in India. Evaluation of Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) in Jharkhand 7. Departmental Projects Completed 1. Haemoglobin color scale in field and Laboratory by WHO 13. Funded by ICMR. Quality assurance visits to supervise field work in two of the six states. Funded by ICMR. NACO 8. A pilot study on menstrual hygiene and practices of rural women and their willingness to pay for low cost sanitary pads 9. i. A pilot study to estimate the community prevalence of celiac disease. Government of India. 3. Shobha Broor. Shobha Broor.

C. Bhowmik D.52:224–9.95:1408–10. Community Perception and Client Satisfaction about the Primary Health Care Services provided through a Mobile Health Clinic in AIIMS 2008-2009 / 181 . Indian J of Paediatrics 2009. Ronald Watson (eds).76:110–11. Chakrabarty A.17:56–62. K. Zimmermann MB. Chakrabarty A. Karmarkar MG. Pandav CS. PUBLICATIONS 1. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2008. Gupta. Karmarkar MG.K. AIIMS.34:3–5. 6. Oxford: Academic Press. Preedy. 4. Dr R. India. 2009:1271–9. Antenatal care: Utilization. perceptions and expectations of migrant women in Delhi–a mixed methods study. Funded by Intramural Research Grant. Pandav CS. S. Lancet 2008. Karmarkar MG. India 4. Goswami A. Kusuma YS. Kusuma. Revitalizing rural health care delivery: Can rural health practitioners be the answer? Indian J of Community Medicine 2009. Kumar R. Somos-Krishnan A. Chakrabarty A. Association of blindness and hearing impairment with mortality among the elderly in a rural area 9. Current Science 2008. Ategbo EA. Funds: Rs 1 lakh. 7.3. Need for citizens group to monitor national iodine deficiency disorders control programme in India’. Public health strategies to stem the tide of chronic kidney disease in India. 8. Does rural-to-urban migration explain elevated blood pressure? A study among recent. Department of Community Ophthalmology. Validation of a short adult verbal Autopsy tools. Gupta V.and settled-migrants in Delhi. 7. Patro BK. India. Pandav CS. using iodine nutrition indicators in school-aged children and pregnant women from the same households. Burrow GN. In: Victor R. Haar FVD. 9. Pandav CS. District Faridabad. 3. Pandav CS.52:3–4. Comprehensive handbook of Iodine. Schultink W. 2. AIIMS (2008–2009).P. Haryana. Pandav CS. Yadav K. Y. Implementing and monitoring healthy settings approach for prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases in Middle schools of rural Ballabhgarh (block). Pandav CS.S. 6. Pandav. Jooste PL. Indian J of Public Health 2008. Gupta SK. Pandav CS. Jarhyan P. Pandav CS. Micronutrients towards India’s GDP growth–snapshot on India’s quest towards sustainable and permanent solutions to eliminate iodine deficiency disorders (Letter to the Editor). Sankar R. Evaluation of a traumatic restorative technique for dental caries in geriatric patients in a resettlement colony of Delhi (2008–2009). Development of an integrated predictive model for evidence-based eye care. Anand.S. Baridalyne N. Krishnan AS. Nutritional. Iodine-deficiency disorders. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences. 5. 372:1251–62. Tiwari SC. Tandon N. endocrine and pathological aspects of iodine deficiency disorders in India. 5. Indian J Public Health 2008. An assessment of progress toward universal salt iodization in Rajasthan. Prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its selected socio-behavioral determinants among females aged more than 20 years residing in a rural area of Haryana 8.

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Sankaranarayanan R. Indian Journal of Cancer 2008. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 2009. Srinivasan R. Managing non-communicable diseases at a secondary level. Awasthi S. 2009 Mar 20. Chaturvedi S. Mishra P. Prakash S. et al. Misra A. Singh JV. Awareness of breast cancer in women of an urban resettlement colony. Kabra SK. Rajwanshi A. Anand K. Indian Pediatrics 2008. Correlation of a [13C]Glucose breath test with surrogate markers of insulin resistance in Urban and Rural Asian Indians.9:400–8. India: A cross-sectional study among some tribal. Shukla DK. Vikram N. Guresh K. Menon GR. Singhi S. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2008. Mohan V. Rai SK.24.54:382–9. Indian Journal of Public Health 2008. Cervical cancer screening programme for low resource settings: A pragmatic approach. Muwonge R. Patra S. Yadav K. 29. Leowski J. India for INDEPTH Network. Varghese C. Patra S. Obesity Reviews 2008. et al. Deepa M. Social determinants and polio ‘endgame’: A qualitative study in high risk districts of India. Krishnan A. 30. Kaur M. Deepa R. 32. Baridalyne N. Metabolic Syndrome and Related Disorders 2009. Sept–Dec 2008. 26. Effectiveness of 3-Day Amoxycillin vs. [Epub ahead of print] 31. Basu P. et al. Dasgupta R. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 183 . Yadav K.52:164–70. Urban rural differences in prevalence of self-reported diabetes in India—the WHO-ICMR Indian NCD risk factor surveillance. Public Health 2008. Regional Health Forum WHO SEARO 2008. 33. Agarwal G. Banerjee D. Misra P. Anand K.57:83.10:1–6. Hypertension in Orissa. 37. Changing pattern of diet. Baridalyne N.45:357–65. ICMR—IndiaClen Pneumonia Project Group. Bhatt R. Fertility monograph–HDSS site Ballabgarh. Mathur SR. Capacity to control non-communicable diseases in the countries of southeast Asia health policy. Homelessness: A hidden public health problem. 34. physical activity and obesity among urban rural and slum populations in north India. Anand K. Krishnan A. rural and urban populations. J Trop Pediatr. JAPI 2009. 105:145-9. Yadav K. 5-day Co-trimoxazole in the treatment of non-severe pneumonia in children aged 2–59 months of age: a multi-centric open labeled trial. 28. 36. Das PK. Rai SK. Rani S.22:1120–3. Sushant L. Pillai RM. Epidemiology to public health intervention for preventing cardio-vascular diseases: The role of translational research (Invited article for forthcoming issue of Indian Journal of Medical Research). Kumar R. Evaluation of cervical screening in rural North India. Ganguli KK. 25. Krishnan A. Gulati A. 27. 35.12:5–11. Nongkynrih B. Kusuma YS. Mathur P. Vivekadhis S. Bhatla N. Somdatta P. 45:91–95. Krishnan A.

Communication for Behavioural Change (Unit for Preventive MCH). Purush Janan ang tatha yaun kriya: Kya sach hai. and AIIMS 2008-2009 / 184 . PATIENT CARE This has been divided into five broad categories. 2. 39. Souvenir of the 36th National Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine. National Service Scheme Unit. Varma GR. kya bhram? AIDS Education and Training Cell. Sex and Marriage Counselling Clinic 5. Health Promotion and Health Communication unit. Anand K. Kapil Yadav.38. Evaluation of counseling services in Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPCT) centres in Delhi. YS Kusuma. AIIMS 4. Haryana. Ballabgarh 2. Immunization coverage in tribal and rural areas of Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. (2007). Kusuma YS.Anand.21:334–5. National Medical Journal of India 2008. Kapil Yadav. K. Taneja DK (ed). 3. 2009:18. Journal of Public Health 2008. Bir Singh. 7th ed New Delhi: Doctor Publication. Causes of death in a rural adult population of North India (2002–2007) using Verbal Autopsy tool. Souvenir of the 36th National Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine. Souvenir of the 36th National Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine. Prashant Jaryhan. Aurangabad.. Health policies and programmes in India. India. Books 1.. 21–23 January 2009. 2008:64. Chapter in Books 1. Comparison of prevalence of hypertension and self-reported diabetes in urban. 2008. New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). Palanivel C. Selected summary on cancer risk among users of oral contraceptives in UK by Hannaford. In:. Vaman Kulkarni. CCM. Arvind Kumar. AIIMS. Singh B.. 21–23 January 2009. Abstracts 1. 2. Rai S. et al. Aurangabad.16:389–97. AIDS Education and Training Cell Other activities are described under: 1. Jena TK. P Stalin. Vivek Gupta. 1. Editors. Comprehensive Rural Health Services (CRHS) Project. Urban Health Programme 3. Vivek Gupta. Aurangabad. Kusuma YS. semi-urban and rural population of Ballabgarh block. Singh B. 21–23 January 2009. Kumar S.

Counselling for behavior change was done for 1113 individuals.7 days 98. Ballabgarh This has two components: (i) Referral Hospital.886 5541 6415 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 185 . Referral Hospital.surgery (once a week) NCD clinic (once a week) OPD load New Patients Old & New Patients ANC Registration Immunizations NCD Clinic* *A total of 5380 patients attending the OPD were screened for risk factors related to NCDs. Inpatients The number of beds has remained unchanged at 50. and (ii) Community Health Services.19% 1. Ballabgarh.2.700 1. • • • • Total number of admissions including hospital births Number of hospital births Bed occupancy rate Average duration of stay 7009 1595 49. Social Services CRHS Project. Ballabgarh Outpatients The following outpatient departments are run: • • • • • • • • • • • General OPD for adults Child Welfare Centrefor children Ophthalmology (daily) ENT (twice a week) Dental (daily) Obstetrics & Gynaecology (daily) Rehabilitation (two days a week) Psychiatric (once a week) ANC Clinic (thrice a week) Paediatric Surgery OPD-cum.66.

Distribution of inpatients by specialty Specialty Medicine Surgery Obstetrics Gynaecology Paediatrics Ophthalmology Newborn Total Casualty • • • • • Number of patients registered Number of medico-legal cases 18.125 Number 1555 217 2313 1036 293 1595 7009 Diagnostic tests performed Lab investigations (Including malaria slides) 95.991 Total number of surgical procedures performed sex wise Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) Ballabgarh hospital is a teatment unit under the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) and has 4 microscopy centres under it. The total number of cases treated at Ballabgarh Treatment Unitl was 529 in2008. Break-up of cases treated at the Ballabgarh Microscopy Centre Category I Category II Category II Total 306 109 114 529 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 186 . Falciparum Male Female Total 5.512 25 25 Nil 651 1.335 4. Vivax P.899 3.149 X-ray (total) Malaria slides Malaria cases P.340 1.

Community level Indices • • • • • • Population Birth Rate per 1000 population Death Rate per 1000 population Neonatal mortality rate per 1000 live.447 19.births Infant mortality rate per 1000 live.births 85.737 9. 1.433 479 New cases 12.137 Total 23.000 live.710 10. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 187 PHC Chhainsa – – 581 239 434 432 343 152 296 160 300 ——— PHC Dayalpur 7.552 23.2 23. domiciliary and referral services are being provided.births Maternal mortality rate per 100.8 7.Community Health Services Intensive Field Practice Area (IFPA) This comprises of the two primary health centres—Dayalpur and Chhainsa. Load of OPD patients at various centres in IFPA PHC Dayalpur Chhainsa Laboratory activities Laboratory test Slides for malaria parasite Sputum slides Haemoglobin estimation Blood sugar Urine for albumin.1 46 212 2. Outpatient. sugar and pregnancy Blood grouping and Rh typing Urine Pregnancy Test ECG National Health Programmes Family Welfare & Maternal Child Health The Project area is dependent on the District Family Welfare and Immunization Offices for the supply of vaccines and other items.643 .506 Repeat visits 10.

0% 96. Total number of slides collected Total number of positive cases Indices • • • Annual blood examination rate Annual parasite incidence rate Slide positivity rate 9. Dayalpur PHC has been designated as a microscopy centre and caters to all villages under the IFPA.9% 94.4% 97. The break-up of patients treated in the toal field practice area is as follows: AIIMS 2008-2009 / 188 .4% 0.23 month of age BCG OPV (3 doses) DPT (3 doses) Measles Malaria Collection of blood slides is done by active and passive surveillance in the IFPA.4% Tuberculosis The Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) is carried out in the IFPA on the national pattern.• • • • • • Total antenatal cases (new registration) Pregnant women receiving AN care Complete TT coverage of registered cases Deliveries conducted by staff or hospital Eligiblecouple protection rate Total number of persons who accepted family planning methods in the year 2008 – Tubectomy – Vasectomy – CC users – IUD – Oral pills 2239 100% 90.10% 1033 52.12/1000 population 0.12% 8058 10 98.05% 1169 197 30 532 201 207 Expanded Programme on Immunization Coverage of 12 .

this activity was intensified in two sub-centres Chhainsa and Atali. Data entry was completed by 5 January. Number of camps held Number of patients seen Investigations Haemoglobin Estimation Blood grouping and typing Urine albumin and sugar Urine Pregnancy Test 454 391 249 27 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 189 24 467 . Number of Births registered at the PHCs: Dayalpur – 435. Chhainsa – 634 Number of Deaths registered at the PHCs: Dayalpur – 255. Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) Integrated Disease Surveillance Project is going on in Primary Health Centre and weekly report is being sent to District Hospital. Birth and Death Registration: All the birth and death events that took place under the villages of PHC Dayalpur were registered at PHC Dayalpur. Chhainsa – 232 Maternal and Child health (MCH) camps at Chhainsa: Since 7 November 2008 MCH camps are being organized in different villages of PHC on Friday forenoon. attitude and health seeking behaviour was collected from the mothers of a child cohort born from 1 January to 31 December 2008. The number of Sudehi forms filled were 884 by Chhainsa and 902 by Dayalpur. A comprehensive reproductive and child health services including ANC check-ups. The registrar for registering the vital events was MO I/C PHC Dayalpur. No outbreaks were reported in year 2008–2009. Data was collected for various demographic indicators including literacy and occupation. Since February 2009. where camps are being held at Anganwadi centres on Wednesdays and Thursdays respectively. Health worker female collected the information using the appropriate forms under the supervision of Health Assistant female. Data entry was started as soon as census was over. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES Demographic and Behavioural Surveillance: The Census of the villages under PHC. Surveillance for Demographic Environmental and Health Information-2 (SUDEHI-2): Information on Maternal and Child Health related knowledge. immunization and health check-up of children as well as health education is being provided at these clinics. Chhainsa was carried out between 1 and 31 December 2008 by male Multipurpose Health Worker.Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Total 66 35 14 115 3. Final census report was ready by 19 January which was discussed with different stakeholders. laboratory investigations like haemoglobin estimation blood grouping and typing and urine albumin.

promoting institutional deliveries and in decreasing female feticide.06.09.08. The Sub centres and PHCs were also provided digital BP instruments and glucometer.07. 27. 10. Health Promotion/Health education activities: Following health education activities were carried out in CRHSP. Sarpanch Meeting: Meeting with all Sarpanches of villages under the project was held on 2 January 2009.04. The discussion was on increasing the role of Panchayat in health especially in tobacco control.08. CRHSP provided manpower.08. A similar activity was being launched in PHC Chhainsa. suspect NCDs. These days were utilized for providing health education regarding ANC. Breast feeding. health workers were trained to do risk assessment for NCDs.01. A total of 88 deliveries were conducted in PHC Dayalpur in 2008–2009. weaning. The nursing students delivered health talk on selected topics in various villages as a part of their assessment supported by the health workers during the talks. female feticide. 1800 patients screened at PHC through opportunistic screening. 17. Diarrhea. Adolescent Health. 16. Eighteen Sarpanches attended the meeting. 07. identification of high risk beneficiaries.08. Institutional deliveries.08. (First day – booth activity. Newborn care. Health Talks Films Exhibitions Community Meetings Yoga Demonstrations Cooking Demonstrations 107 69 03 02 10 10 The topics covered were related to NCDs. 06.10.Intensive Pulse Polio Immunization (IPPI): The Intensified Pulse Polio Programme was conducted 11 times during the year 2008 viz. Second and Third day for house to house immunization) Control and prevention of NCDs: Under a research project initiated in collaboration with ICMR. lasted for three days. Village health days at Dayalpur: All the female health workers along with selected Anganwadi worker and ASHA worker conducted village health days as per the planned schedule. 01.08. A total of 108 Health Talks were delivered in 2008–2009.12. Delivery Hut: One of the notable achievements has been in getting the delivery hut at Dayalpur functional.08.02. 28. 06.08. 30. A total of 381 Village Health Days were held in 2008– 2009. Dengue and malaria. Though the scheme was innovated by Haryana government. 2195 adults were screened by health workers for risk of Diabetes. infrastructure. CVD and Stroke.08 and 21.03. In addition to doctors an ANM () was also available.08. provide advice on risk behavior change.11. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 190 . since March 2008.08.08. Ballabgarh. and notification of vital events. The coverage was 99%. it was implemented by the CRHSP. non consumable and consumables of the delivery hut at Ballabgarh.

Urban Health Programme • • • • Total number of patients seen at Dakshin Puri Extention Dr Ambedkar Nagar Total number of Referrals Total number of Health talks given on different health topics at Dr Ambedkar Nagar Immunizations 0 dose OPV BCG DPT I DPT II DPT III DPT B OPV I OPV II OPV III OPV B DT I + OPV DT II + OPV DT (Booster) + OPV Measles MMR TT I (Antenatal TT II (Antenatal) TT (Booster) TT (Others) .above 6 years Hepatitis B 0 dose I dose II dose III dose Typhoid Supplements Vitamin A(I dose) Iron and folic acid (Adult) Iron and folic acid (Paediatric) Doses given 102 250 520 526 491 495 520 526 491 495 100 16 222 506 588 205 147 72 106 – 545 572 530 578 596 1455x30 82x30 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 191 20.359 1031 120 .

2008 –12. Mrs Kiran Singh continued to be the Programme Officers of this unit.04.2008 26. Dr Anil Goswami. the unit continued to be active in the year under review.2008 01. Ms Neena Chawla and the Field Staff organized these events as part of the Urban Health Programme and NSS activities: Organization of events / exhibitions • • T.2008 31.B.10.2008 01.09. AIIMS The NSS Unit of AIIMS is located at Centre for Community Medicine.2008 07.10. AIIMS Organized an exhibition on ‘World Health Day’ and ‘World Water Day’ Exhibition at Dr.10. Ambedkar Nagar (120 participants) • • • • • • Organized an exhibition on ‘World No Tobacco Day’ was held at Dr.2008 05.09. Despite receiving no grants from the government.05.2008 • .2008 25.04.07. Dr Bir Singh continued to be its Programme Coordinator and Dr Anil Goswami. Ambedkar Nagar (105 Participants) Dengue Posters Displayed at Centre for Community Medicine and 20 other prominent places at AIIMS ‘World Population Day’ was observed in the form of exhibition and a talk at Dr Ambedkar Nagar (95 Participants) New Batch of MBBS Students briefed about Centre’s activities Participated in ‘Institute Day Health Exhibition’ at AIIMS (14 Posters) Participated in ‘Walkathon’ on the eve of ‘International Day for the Older Persons’ organized by HelpAge India at Raj Path India Gate (With 3 PGs) Organized a Mini exhibition on the ‘Tobacco and its ill Effects’ In front of AIIMS Foyer AIIMS 2008-2009 / 192 10.06.2008 136 740 95 61 4360 102 Cycles 01. posters displayed on notice boards of CCM.2008 04.Family planning acceptors Nirodh Oral contraceptive pills Laboratory Services Blood smear for malarial parasite Haemoglobin Urine routine/ microscopic examination Urine pregnancy test National Services Scheme Unit.08.

Report of SMCC wef 01.• • • • Organised a film Show for CCM staff on ‘Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences Bangalore’ Organised a ‘Health Camp/Health Exhibition’ at Mobile Crech (NGO) at Dakshin Puri Extension Dr.03.2009 26.2009.148 2.12.2008 25.2009: New Patients Old Patients Total Investigations Hormone Analysis Blood Sugar Semen Analysis Urine and semen C/S. Pandav is the Chairperson.2008 06.2008\ 10.408 4.2008 to 31.03. Faculty Incharge Dr Bir Singh ).12.Ambedkar Nagar Organised a mini Exhibition on HIV/AIDS at AIIMS Two ‘Blood Donation Camp’ were organized for HDFC at Kasturba Gandhi Road and Gurgaon in Colloboration of CNC Blood Bank and CNC Blood Bank on 12 December 2008 Organized and Co-ordinated MIS training programme for the Urban Health Centre staff with Dr Kapil and Dr Kiran Singh Organised an exhibition on ‘World Water Day’.03. HIV Urine (R/M) Haemoglobin15 FNAC USG Doppler/ X-Ray AIDS Education and Training Cell Professor Bir Singh is the coordinator of this Cell and Professor C.03. VDRL.2009 23.09. The following activities were organized AIIMS 2008-2009 / 193 164 473 681 429 645 74 99 2. Ms Sosamma Shyam and Ms Manju Siddhu are other functionaries.03.12.556 .S. Dakshin Puri Extension.04.2008 01.10. Dr Ambedkar Nagar (120 Participants) 30.2008 12.11.2009 • • • Sex and Marriage Counselling Clinic (This clinic operates3 days a week. Dr Ambedkar Nagar (125 Participants) Organised an exhibition on ‘World TB day’ at Dakshin Puri Extension.

• • The telephone helpline on HIV/AIDS and contraception ‘Shubhchintak’ continued to be operated with usual popularity. 10. STDs. Faridabad. attracting good number of calls. i. S. contraceptionetc. Organized a Public Lecture on HIV/AIDS for BSF Jawans and Officers. 4. Haryana. The Cell produced and disseminated educational material on HIV/AIDS to general public in 2008–2009 also. The Internet-based helpline ‘e-shubhchintak’ on HIV/AIDS and contraception continued to be operated with usual popularity. 27 March 2009.e. 3. 11. AIIMS and at CCM & CRHSP Ballabgarh. About seventy new patients were given personal counselling personally patients. 2.B. sexual problems. Organized mini-exhibition on HIV/AIDS. AIIMS and IQ plus Tobacco free area Designing Designed banners on HIV/cards Designed Poster on Bihar flood relief Designed poster on HELP Designed Banners 04 01 No. 01 12 02 01 01 01 01 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 194 . BSF Signal Training Centre. IEC material development by Dr Bir Singh/Dr Anil Goswami/Mr R. apart from repeat • • • • Health Promotion and Health Communication (HPHC) unit The ‘Health Promotion and Health Communication (HPHC) unit’ carried out the following activities in the field as well as the AIIMS in the year under review. It received 3–5 requisitions/day for IEC materials apart from queries on HIV/AIDS. AIIMS. 01–10 December 2008. Dengue screening OPD. Poster on ‘Father’s day’ Developed and displayed at 20 places in the campus. 9. Father’s day Tobacco/smoking Field data poster Team-work works HIV/AIDS Design IDD-MGD card with logos of ICCIDD . Delhi. 5. No. 7. 2. 8. Pokale: 1. Posters Developed / Modified on 1. 6. Posters were on ‘Dengue’ were displayed at three places.

Live Phone-in-Programme on ‘HIV/AIDS’. Singh B. Live Phone in Programme: ‘TB–Prevention and treatment. Live Phone in Programme on ‘Disaster management’. All India Radio. All India Radio. Singh B. Drug-addiction. National Channel. 11 August 2008. 30 July 2008. All India Radio. 06 October 2008. Radio and TV programmes Radio Programmes 1. All India Radio. All India Radio. 01 December 2008. 15. 03 April 2008. 18 August 2008. Live-Phone-in-Programme on ‘Mental health’. Singh B. 09 June 2008. 6. 13. Live Phone-in-Programme on ‘Junk food and its adverse effects on Health’. 29 September 2008. Personal Hygiene. 12. All India Radio. All India Radio. 5. All India Radio. Live Phone-in-Programme ‘Common eye problems. Singh B. Family Planning. 05 January 2009. Live Phone-in-Programme: ‘Protecting health from climate change’. Singh B. 7. Singh B. Singh B. 14. Discussion on ‘Prostate gland–diseases and treatment’. Singh B.Presentations 12. Live Phone-in-Programme on ‘Joint Problems’. Four role-plays were performed in the community on Alcoholism. Polio. 07 July 2008.in. Live Phone in Programme on ‘Kidney failure’. All India Radio. 19 January 2009. 9. All India Radio.Programme on: ‘Blood cancer in children’. 07 April 2008. Mother and Child Health and Gender Bias. Live Phone-in-Programme on ‘Sleep disorders’. All India Radio. 13 October 2008. All India Radio. Singh B. 13. Singh B. Live Phone in Programme on ‘Dengue: Prevention and treatment. Singh B. Live Phone in Programme on ‘Pet ke rog’. Obesity. 10. 05 June 2008. Live Phone. 26 May 2008. Presentation on Dengue cases in Delhi Presentation on smoking in Hindi Presentation on Medicine 01 01 01 Eleven film shows were conducted under various teaching and training programmes. 4. Singh B. 2. All India Radio. 11. Singh B. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 195 . Singh B. Singh B. 8. Live Phone-in-Programme on ‘Common ENT problems’. All India Radio. National Channel. 14. 3. All India Radio.

Singh B. Singh B. 26 November 2008. 09 June 2008. Sahara NCR TV Channel. Singh B. 30 November 2008. 7. 02 April 2008. 28 March 2009. Sex problems. HIV/AIDS. T. 03 October 2008. 8. Live Phone-in-Programme: ‘Chicken Pox and Measles’. Anti-smoking legislation. Singh B. Dengue fever. 01 December 2008.597 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 196 . 08 June 2008. Aaj Tak TV Channel. Singh B. NDTV Metro-nation TV Channel. Sahara Samay TV Channel. Doordarshan Channel. Pre-marriage counselling. Channel. 3. Social Services Dr Anil Goswami and Mrs Neena Chawla carried out the following activities Patients identified for social services Financial help arranged for Medicine Education Occupation Charges exempted Counselling provided Individual Family Group Referral services to various social welfare organizations Rehabilitation Services 4. Sex counselling. DD News TV Channel. Singh B. HIV/AIDS. 23 February 2009. Live Phone-in-Programme on ‘Acute emergencies requiring general surgical interventions’. 11. 4.027 360 330 137 04 03 06 08 4. 2. 09 June 2008. 9. Programmes 1. Viral fever. 17. NDTV Metro-nation TV Channel. 28 July 2008. Singh B. 23 March 2009. 01 December 2008. HIV/AIDS. Singh B. Programme on tuberculosis.16. Singh B. Singh B. Pre-marriage counselling’. Singh B. 10. All India Radio. 6. Delhi Aaj Tak T.V. Doordarshan Channel. MH-1 TV News Channel. NDTV India TV Channel. 5. Singh B. Singh B. All India Radio.V.

24–26 September 2008. attended the Scientific Advisory Committee of National AIDS Research Institute (Indian Council of Medical Research). (XIth International Health Conference in California. attended 9th Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) of National Institute of Epidemiology (NIE). 21–22 November 2008. Medical College Latur. 21–24 May 2008. has been selected for the ‘Best Citizens of India Award – 2008’. Pune.Jobs Cancer patients Handicapped School drop out Widows/deserted Nutritional supplement Arranged cataract surgery Vocational training Physiotherapy Free denture for poor patients Help for widow daughters marriage AWARDS AND HONOURS 05 05 10 03 07 10 24 03 05 04 02 Dr C. USA in March 2009. Stanford University and Touro University. attended the Review Meeting of Project Proposals under NARI. Pune. Participated in the 61st WHO-SEARO Regional Committee Meeting. 8–11 September 2008. Pune.S. Gujarat. New Delhi. on 5 November 2008. Pandav attended the National Programme for Quality Assurance of Laboratories related to Iodine Deficiency Disorders Control Programme (IDDCP) in Bhuj. Conference jointly organized by UC Burkeley.) SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Professor C.S. UC San Francisco. attended meeting of IPromis Project as an Expert. 29–30 December 2008. 1–2 August 2008. Attended the 53rd Annual National Conference of Indian Public Health Association AIIMS 2008-2009 / 197 . International Publishing House. Chennai. Hyderabad. 13–14 November 2008. Government of India in 2008. 27–28 September 2008. 2009. Maharashtra. 4 August 2008. 28–30 August 2008. Pandav was selected as a Member of the Advisory Committee of Food and Nutrition Board. Attended Executive Committee Meeting of The Maharashtra Association of Anthropological Sciences. Nagpur. UC Devis. attended two day round table conference on the ‘Role of science and spirituality in promoting the culture of peace in the world’. attended ‘Ninth South-East Asia Nutrition Research-cum-Action Network’ at NIN. participated in two day Symposium on CME and Disaster Preparedness. Pune. Pune. Ministry of Women and Child Development. participated in the Review meeting for the Text Book on ‘Public Health and Community Medicine’ as a Member of the Expert reviewer Armed Forces Medical College. Dr Puneet Misra and Dr Sanjay Rai was awarded for Best Poster as First Author for poster entitled ‘Annual HIV sentinel surveillance in India and its quality assurance’. He has been conferred Dhanvantari Oration during the 35th Annual National Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine held at Puducherry from 21st to 23rd January.

Moscow. Chaired a Scientific session during the 53rd National Conference of Indian Public Health Association at Bangalore (09–11 January 2009). 2008]. participated as an Observer in the WHO–SEARO Meeting at New Delhi on ‘Core-Competencies for Health Promotion Specialists’ (18–20 June 2008). Government of India. Dr Bir Singh started a unique. Continued to be a Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of Dessert Medicine and Research Centre (ICMR) during 2008–2009. was an Examiner for Jammu University and Kashmir University (May 2008). Was an Examiner for MBBS Examination for MD.D. Rohtak (November 2008). Gidhour (Jamui). [August-September 2008]. Continued to be the Secretary General of IAPSM during 2008–2009. 2009. ontinued to be a member of the Editorial Board of Indian Journal of Pediatrics. 17–19 January. attended the 36th Annual National Conference of IAPSM and Joint State Conference of Maharashtra Chapters of IPHA and IAPSM. Continued to be a member of the National Technical Advisory Group of Department of Science and Technology. attended the Annual Board Meeting of the International Council for Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders. Member of the Research Sub-Committee of AIIMS to select Communitybased Research Studies. Exam in Community Medicine for University of Delhi (October 2008). Government of India (19 May 2008). Maharashtra (21–23 January 2009). Attended the Review Meeting of Project Proposals under National AIDS Research Institute. was an Examiner for M. Delhi (27 March 2009). AIIMS (September 2008). Russia. 2008. Egypt. Bihar to provide quality health care to rural community as envisaged under ‘National Rural Health Mission’. New Delhi (13 September 2008). was a Consultant to UNICEF Jharkhand for evaluation of PPTCT/ICTC services in the state [December 2008]. attended the Annual Board Meeting of the International Council for Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders at Cairo. Bihar organized by the Civil Surgeon cum CMO. Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology. participated and Chaired two Scientific session during the 36th Annual National Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (IAPSM) Aurangabad. 21–23 January 2009. Nominated as the National Resource Faculty for STI/RTI Program by National AIDS Control Organization. Participated as a Resource Faculty in the symposium ‘National Symposium on Belief & Faiths’ at Maulana Azad Medical College. Government of India. (NARI). AIIMS for the unmarried men and women. innovative programme ‘Pre-marriage counselling course for happy married life’. 20–22 February 2009. Attended IndiaCLEN Governing and General Body Meetings scheduled. Adviser to UPSC for Combined Medical Services Examination – 2008 Interviews [3–7 November. Medical University. and Indian Council of Medical Research ( ICMR). Sri Lanka from 11–17 August 2008. 27–30 April 2008. at Aurangabad. Pune. Participated in ‘National Advocacy Workshop on ‘Health promotion in hospitals in Delhi’ (11–13 August 2008). was a Consultant to UNICEF Assam for Evaluation of PPTCT/ ICTC Services in the State. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 198 . Karnataka. [26 September 2008]. participated as Team Leader in the Second Annual ‘Health Mela’. Government of India. 9–10 February 2009. Three courses held during 2008–2009. was a Judge for a Hindi Debate in Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Conducted MD Examination (Community Medicine) as an External Examiner in the University of Colombo. Maharashtra. Jamui. nominated as an Expert on the Health Portal of the Public Health Foundation of India and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Organized a Public Lecture on HIV/AIDS for BSF Jawans and Officers at BSF Signal Training Centre. Thiruvananthapuram.Bangalore. 13–16 March 2009. Organized and coordinated Relief work for Bihar Flood Victims under the auspices of National Service Scheme Unit. Nagpur. 9–11 January. participated as an External Expert for the Senior Staff Selection Committee meeting.

Chaired the training programme on School Health organized by Directorate of Health Services. New Delhi. Co-guide for a PhD student in Department of Biostatistics. Participated in ‘Protocol finalization workshop’ organized by the INCLEN Trust International at Faridabad. AIIMS. Presented a scientific paper at Australasian Society for HIV Medicine-2008 conference at Perth. Doctoral Committee of Dr Manish Jain. Reproductive Biology Department of AIIMS. Temporary Technical Advisor to review HIV surveillance in India. Wrote the background document on ‘Sexually transmitted diseases in India’ for Department of Communicable Diseases. New Delhi.Resource person for Annual Sentinel Surveillance for HIV infection 2008 Organized by National Institute of Health and family Welfare. Raj Bhasha Committee Member. Member of Ethics Sub-committee of All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Central Zone at New Delhi. Government of NCT of Delhi. Country Office. Member of the Research Sub-Committee of AIIMS to select Community Based Research Studies Dr Shashi Kant is the Nodal Person for Regional Institute for HIV Sentinel Surveillance in Central Zone recognized by National AIDS Control Organization.Member of Expert Committee for selection of PhD student at National Institute of Medical Statistics. Member of Ethics Committee of National Institute of Medical Statistics. Haryana.Member of Personality Test Board for Combined Services Examination held by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Attended Annual General Body Meeting of IndiaCLEN held at Nagpur.Member of Institutional Review Board of IndiaCLEN. New Delhi. Facilitated the meeting on use of DBS in the TI project Organized by National Institute of Health and family Welfare. Member of Indian Delegation for the 5th Steering Committee meeting of Pan African e-Network Project to be held at Addis Ababa. WHO (SEARO) Additional responsibilities at AIIMS 1. Ethiopia. Faculty in-charge of Telemedicine facility AIIMS 2008-2009 / 199 . Government of India. Maharashtra.Attended the 14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health held at Mumbai. Faculty in-charge of Central workshop 2. Australia. Gymkhana Committee Member. Selection Committees Member of the Research Sub-Committee of AIIMS to select Community Based Research Studies.Organized Review meeting of HIV Sentinel Surveillance. Research-related: • • • Member. Attended the National Conference of the Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine held at Aurangabad. Member of National Resource Pool for orientation on STI/ RTI services in India. Organized a Training Workshop for Laboratory Technicians and Microbiologists on behalf of World Health Organization. organized by WHO (SEARO).Co-chaired a session on HIV/AIDS at Annual Conference of Indian Association for the study of population (IASP) held at Bangalore.Institutional Responsibilities at AIIMS • • • • Co-Chairman.

Participated as resource person under ‘MICs: A programme to improve injection practices in country’ at AIIMS. Non-specific Effects of Vaccination by London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in London from 17–18 April 2008. Member of Staff Council Dr Sanjeev Kumar Gupta was a part of the Course Revision team (2nd revision) of the Preventive MCH Course of PGDMCH Programme of IGNOU. Attended ‘Teaching the teacher to teach’ (T5) in Boston University for three weeks from 23 May – 13 June 2008. Thailand from 04– August 2008. etc for the research staff at the AIIMS. Attended Influenza Vaccine group Meeting. Centre. Member the sub-committee for reconsideration and restructuring of the document. Tanzania from 22–26 September 2008. Delhi from 20th to 25th Nov. Dr K. Anand Member of Steering Committee of National Program for Prevention and Control of Diabetes. Conducted training program for national level trainers under the National Program for prevention of Diabetes. Nepal from 20–23 August 08.Doctoral Committee in respect of a Ph. Attended DBS Training for Trainers under HIV Sentinel Surveillance.08:Attended Eighth Annual General and Scientific Meeting INDEPTH. Attended the South Asian Conference on ‘Alternatives to Mercury in the health care sector’ on 5–6 December 2008. Attended Training for Web Based Data Entry (3– 4 December 2008) for HIV Sentinel Surveillance NIHFW. pay. Examiner for MBBS Undergraduate Examination at Lady Hardinge Medical College. AIIMS. CDC Atlanta. National Course on NCD Prevention and Control in Chandigarh. Member. Chief guide and co-guide for two MD students. 22–23 April 2008. Member of House Allotment Committee 5. Attended Employee Health as a Strategic Priority 2008—Joint Meeting of the AIIMS 2008-2009 / 200 . Member Board of Trustees of INDEPTH Network.D.3.Attended different meetings of the Steering Committee of National Program for Prevention and Control of Diabetes. Member of Dean’s Committee 4. qualification. Dharan.December 2008. 28 March 2009. nomenclature. Facilitated a workshop on STEPs approach to NCD Surveillance at a meeting organized by Madras Diabetes Research Foundation in Chennai. Member of the Committee on PG medical education set up by Indian Academy of Public Health under Indian Public Health Association.2008. Thesis in the Department of Community Ophthalmology. Delhi. Undertook an Assignment As Temporary International Professional in NCD Risk Factor Surveillance with WHO/SEARO in January 2009.P. Dr Kiran Goswami attended Project Management Workshop by INCLEN. Member . Examiner for MD Community Medicine at BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences. Member of the revised committee for the MBBS teaching curriculum Phase-II/III for the session July. Attended Project Review Group Meeting of Media Lab Asia at Trivandrum on 5 January 2009. CVD and stroke in Gandhinagar Gujarat. CVD and Stroke. (NPDCS). Dr R. (NPDCS) and Technical Advisory Group for NCD Surveillance under IDSP. Delivered lecture on ‘Economic evaluation in healthcare’ at Platinum Jubilee Celebration of MCI during a CME organized by Medical College Indore.08. Stores Purchase Committee of the Centre for Dental Education and Research. 28 August 2008 To 29. i. Attended INDEPTH NCD Meeting at Bangkok. CVD and Stroke.e. New Delhi. Reviewer for the Indian Journal of Community Medicine. Member of Technical Advisory Group for NCD Surveillance under IDSP.

Cardiovascular Diseases and Stroke (NPDCS) at New Delhi from 25–26 November 2008. KEM Hospital and CRF Pune Jan 2009. Munirka. Attended XI International Health Conference. Indian Journal of Community Medicine. Hotel Rajhans. Attended International meeting on ‘Non-specific effects of vaccination’. September 2008. Dr Baridalyne Nongkynrih Attended a meeting organized by Norway India Partnership Initiative (NIPI)-NIHFW collaboration on planning for training curriculum for Yashoda on 20 April 2008. Nominated by Punjab University as a member of the Board of Examiners in community medicine for 2008–2009 and was external examiner for 3rd professional MBBS part 1 examination (Community Medicine) at Government Medical College Chandigarh from 25 June 20008. Ghana from 16–18 February 2009. Attended a workshop in NDDTC AIIMS 2008-2009 / 201 . Dr Puneet Misra Member of Program Advisory Committee. UK. Organized ‘Post round review meeting of HIV Sentinel surveillance 2007 (Central Zone)’ from 14–15 April 2008 at hotel Atrium. New Delhi. Reviewer for journals. Attended 2nd International Conference on Integrating Spirituality and Organizational Leadership. Attended IMNCI training. Member of Regional Institute Central Zone for HIV Sentinel Surveillance. Attended National Level Workshop for Medical Officers under National Programme for Prevention and Control of Diabetes. Attended Meeting on HIV surveillance. Attended IDSP meeting for training of surveillance officers – on 11 November 2008 at NICD. Government Of India. Government of India. Dr Sanjay Rai Attended ‘2 Technical Advisory Group meeting for the study entitled: Neuro Developmental Disabilities among children in India’ on 9 April 2008 at Hotel Rajhans. Attended Pre round Meeting on HIV surveillance.World Economic Forum and World Health Organization at New Delhi. Suraj Kund. USA in March 2009. Attended National Capacity Strengthening Workshop for Programme Managers on Integrated Prevention and Control of NCDPC at DPR Korea from 23 February – 05 March 09. Attended Health Communication Skills workshop in Ghana. Participated as an expert in UNICEF sponsored evaluation of ‘PPTCT Outreach Programme’ of Andhra Pradesh from 4–12 July 2008. Department of science and Technology. Team member of Consensus Development for Cut-offs of Measures of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome for Asian Indians. February 2009. Government of India. Attended INDEPTH Board of Trustees Meeting at Accra. London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Aurangabad. Faridabad. Delhi. MAMC. October 2008. Touro University. California. SIHFW. Indian Journal of Public Health. Jaipur. Pondicherry. Ballabgarh. Attended ‘Orientation Workshop on STI/RTI services under NACP-III for National Resource Faculty’ organized by National AIDS Control Organization. Attended INDEPTH meeting on COPD. NACO. Surajkund October 2008. April 2008. ‘Health and Population Perspective and Issues’. Conducted Epidemiological investigation of HIV positive cases in Moradabad district of UP May 2008. India from 14–15 November 2008. Member of Telemedicine Committee of AIIMS and In charge Telemedicine Facility at CRHSPAIIMS. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Attended National conference of IAPSM. Jan 2009. 22–30 September 2008. 19 May. Attended Obesity summit – Delhi on 15 and 16 November 2008. Surajkund. National Institute of Health and Family Welfare. responsible for HSS activity in five states of India for technical support and quality control. Faridabad.

Delhi chapter of IAPSM in collaboration with WHO India on ‘Health promotion-healthy settings approach’. attended National Level Workshop for Medical Officers under National Programme for Prevention and Control of Diabetes. Maharashtra. 09 February 2009. Karnataka. an emergency: What it costs the nation’ by Veena Rao in 12 August 2008.f. New Delhi. attended ‘36th Annual National Conference of “Indian Association of Preventive & Social Medicine’ 21–23 January. Attended a Symposium on ‘One Million Campaign: Support Women to Breastfeed’ at Constitutional Club. Armed Forces Medical College. AIIMS on 6 August 2008. 13–14 November 2008. Attended a workshop in Lady Hardinge Medical College. Vivek Gupta attended the TARGETS Program Dissemination Workshop of the Maharashtra Association of Anthropological Sciences (MAAS) and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on 15 December 2008 in Pune. Attended a training course on ‘Health & Human Right’ at National Institute of Health & Family Welfare (NIHFW) w. Government Medical College Aurangabad. Workshop on ‘The World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTi): India country assessment workshop held at Indian Medical Association building. 2009 at Government Medical College & Hospital Aurangabad. Attended 2nd National Symposium on ‘Belief and faiths: A challenge to public health’. Continued to be the Treasurer of Indian Association of Preventive Medicine (IAPSM) during 2008–2009. 5–6 September 2008. Attended a two days ‘Workshop on Health Promotion in a setting based approach viz School. 25–26 November 2008. Attended the Review meeting for the Text Book on Public Health and Community Medicine. Dr Rakesh Kumar Senior Resident and Mr Mangi Lal Chaudhury PHN at Ballabgarh were sent to National Institute of Mental Health and Allied Neuro-sciences for training in Tobacco Cessation by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare as a preparatory work for setting up an Tobacco Cessation Clinic at Ballabgarh. Attended a Seminar on ‘Female foeticide: Social evil or medical vice’ at Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) on 13 November 2008. New Delhi on 4 October 2008. Cardiovascular Diseases and Stroke (NPDCS) at New Delhi. Reviewer for the Indian Journal of Community Medicine. Bangalore. Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC). Hospitals. Dr Anil Goswami Attended a Symposium on ‘One Million Campaign: Support Women to Breastfeed’ at Constitutional Club on 09 February 2009. 5–6 September 2008.Ghaziabad on ‘Developing curriculum for paramedical workers in substance abuse’ organized by Department of Psychiatry. New Delhi. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 202 . 04–06 August 2008.e. Organized and coordinated relief work for the ‘Bihar flood victims’ under the National Service Scheme during September 2008. 08 November 2008. Attended the 36 National Conference of IAPSM. Lady Harding Medical College (LHMC). and Workplace’. Meeting organized by Council for Advancement of people’s Action and rural technology (CAPART) sharing the results of the book ‘Malnutrition. Attended ‘53 National Conference of Indian Public Health Association’ 9–11 January 2009 at Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences. 23–25 January 2009. New Delhi. Pune. Attended a Symposium on “The setting-based approach to Health Promotion: Concepts and application in common setting” at Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC). 13 September 2008.

Patni Prevalence and Pattern of smokeless tobacco usage in adult rural population of Haryana. Anand K. Causes of death in a rural adult population of North India using Verbal Autopsy tool. Anand K. Mumbai. Thirty five years trend in Infant Mortality rate at Ballabgarh: Lessons learned and future strategies. Patra S. Kulkarni V. Oral presentations in the 36th National conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine. Aurangabad. Prevalence of smokeless tobacco usage and its relationship with select cardiovascular parameters in a village of North India. Kapil Yadav. Mumbai. Mumbai. Posters presented in 14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health. 6. 21– 23 January 2009. 2. 10. Mumbai. 22–26 September. 7. Oral Presentations on 8 Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of In-depth network in. 22–26 September. Dar-es-Salaam. Singh. Haryana. Kumar A. Vivek Gupta. Kumar A. 8–12 March 2009. High Prevalence of Bidi (hand manufactured cigarette) use in a North-Indian Community. Tanzania. 21–23 January 2009. 2002–2007. Kapil Yadav. rural and slum populations in north India. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 203 . 5. Posters presented in 14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health. Anand K. Dar-es-Salaam. Yadav K. Oral Presentations on 8 Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of In-depth network in. Posters presented in 14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health. 8. Posters presented in 14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health. 22–26 September. ‘Identifying priority intervention strategies for prevention of tobacco use among school children’. Oral presentations in the 36th National conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine. 21–23 January 2009. Tanzania. Garg. 4. Garg R. Effect of tobacco chewing on prevalence of hypertension and angina in a rural population of India. Sanjay Rai. Singh B. 8–12 March 2009. Yadav K. 8–12 March 2009. Singh R. physical activity and obesity among urban. Jaryhan P. 2008. Aurangabad. Anand K. Gupta V. 17–19 April 2008. United Kingdom. Mumbai.Kapil Yadav participated in meeting on ‘Non specific effects of vaccine’ organized by London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Gupta V. Gupta V. N. Rai SK. Stalin P. 9. Participated in 14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health. Kapil Yadav. Patni N. Evaluation of counselling services in Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPCT) centres in Delhi. Ambrish pandey. Pandey A. Tanzania. UG Study Group. 2008. Anand K. Oral Presentations on 8 Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of In-depth network in. 3. R. Palanivel C. Comparison of prevalence of hypertension and self reported diabetes in Urban semi urban and rural population of Ballabgarh block. Anand K. Changing patterns of diet. Oral presentations in the 36th National conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine. Yadav K. M. Vivek Gupta. Kusuma YS. Singh M. 8–12 March 2009 Conferences 1. Dar-es-Salaam. London. 8–12 March 2009. Aurangabad. 2008.

Sree Chitra Thirunal Institute of Medical Sciences. International 1. Community Health Department. University of Alabama. United States 3. Trivandrum AIIMS 2008-2009 / 204 . National Institute of Health and Family Welfare (NIHFW) 3. Centre for Diseases Control (CDC) Atlanta 2. Jawahar Lal Nehru University (JNU) 4. An International network of HDSS sites involved in demographic and health research in developing countries (INDEPTH) 6. Health Sector Management programme of Boston University National 1.VISITING SCIENTISTS Scientists from different parts of the country and abroad visited the Centre during this period. Stanford Biodesign Team ( AIIMS – IIT Delhi Stanford University collaboration) 4. Regional Adviser—NCDs WHO/SEARO and Public Health Administrator from WHO India for evaluating Center for Community Medicine and CRHSP Ballabgarh as a WHO Collaborating Center. 5. New Delhi 2. National Health Systems Resource Center (NHSRC).

Panel discussion on ‘Parthenium. 18–20 July 2008. 8th Asian Dermatological Congress 2008. Korea. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 205 G Sethuraman Kaushal K. CME on ‘Sexually transmitted disease. Gwalior (MP). Meerut. Manipur. HIV and AIDS’. Korea. footwear dermatitis. Manipur. Department of Dermatology. Coimbatore. I–2 November 2008. Talk on ‘Shaping the future dermatology in Asia’. Uttar Pradesh and Uattarakhand Branch. 18–20 July 2008. 11 April 2008. pigmented contact dermatitis’. Ramam Binod K Khaitan Associate Professors Sujay Khandpur Assistant Professor Somesh Gupta EDUCATION Lectures/Presentations in Conferences. ‘Recent advances in the management of Urticria/Psoriasis’. Venereology and Leprology.9 Dermatology and Venereology Professor and Head Vinod K. CMES Dr V. Imphal. 8th Asian Dermatological Congress 2008 on ‘Shaping the future dermatology in Asia’. Sharma Professors Neena Khanna Additional Professor M. ‘Dermatology practice today—challenges and solution’. Seoul. XXVI Annual Conference of Indian Association of Dermatologist. 2nd National Conference of Contact and Occupation Dermatoses Forum of India. ‘Cutaneous manifestations of HIV & AIDS’. Sharma • • • • Chaired session on ‘After patch test”. 7–8 November 2007. 1–4 October 2008. metals. Imphal. CODFICON and PHOTOCON-2008. CODFICON and PHOTOCON-2008. Peelamedu. Peelamedu. Verma • • • • . Gajra Raja Medical College. 19th Annual Conference of North East States Branch of IADVL.K. Seoul. 30 November 2008. 2nd National Conference of Contact and Occupation Dermatoses Forum of India. Cuticon–2008. 1–4 October 2008. Hyderabad. Department of Dermatology of Osmania Medical College.9. Venereologist and Leprologist. Coimbatore. ‘Patch test reading and interpretation’. ‘Allergic disorders and contact dermatitis and vesiculobullous disorders’.

‘Managing tight corners in phototherapy’. Kolkata.05% fluticasone propionate cream in patients with segmental vitiligo’. Coimbatore. Hyderabad. Sushruta Dash. Ramam • • • • ‘Histoplasmosis’. 7th November 2008. Malaysia. Paris. USA.1% tacrolimus ointment Vs 0. 6– 10 January 2009. Dr Binod Khaitan • • • Talk on ‘Corticosteroids pulse in vitiligo’. 2–4 October 2008. Saudi Arabia. 8–9 November 2008. 37th National Conference of IADVL. Invited talk on ‘Oral mini-pulse therapy in Dermatology’. 6–10 January 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 206 • • • . ‘Comparison of clinical efficacy and cost-effectiveness of PUVA versus PUVAsol in extensive plaque psoriasis’. 2nd National Conference of CODFICON and Photocon. Dimapur. 12th State Conference and 7th Eastern Zonal Conference of IADVL. ‘A clinico-pathologic approach to panniculitis’. 67 Annual Meeting of American Academy of Dermatology. Self Assessment Course. Delivered a talk on ‘Toxic epidermal necrolysis’. Annual Dermatology Convention. European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Congress. 18–20 July 2008. COSMOLASERCON 2008. 28–29 November 2008. Khaitan presented ‘A randomized study to evaluate efficacy and safety of 0. AP State Conference of IADVL. • Dr M. 27 November 2008. San Francisco. France. 2nd CME of Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research. September 2008 Dr Sujay Khandpur • • ‘Clinico-epidemiological study of Pure Neural Leprosy’. ‘A dermatologist’s approach to vasculitis’. ‘Histopathology of cutaneous tuberculosis. 16–18 October 2008. 6–10 March 2009. Bangalore. XXIX Symposium of the International Society of Dermatopathology. 19–21 September 2008. Annual Conference of North-East Chapter of IADVL. Graz. Riyadh. Mumbai. ‘Pulse dye laser for vascular dermatoses’. Goa.• Attended 37th National Conference of Indian Association of Dermatologists Venereologists and Leprologists at Bangalore as President and Panel discussion on ‘Off label uses of common drugs’. 19–22 June 2008. Binod K. Chennai. 20–22 February 2009. 13th International Congress on ‘Infectious diseases’. Panelist in Videoconference of 2nd World Congress of TeleDermatology. Kuala Lumpur.

Author’s reply.47:414–16. Chronic arsenic toxicity from Ayurvedic medicines. Kumar U. 2. Ramam M. Dermatol Clin 2008. Sharma VK. et al. Khandpur S.26:285–94. Ind J Pediatrics 2008.• • ‘Diagnosis of Bullous Disorders’. Verma KK. September 2008. Bhatia V. Singh R. 75 (Suppl 1):1–62.47:618–21. Int J Dermatol 2008. Regional Conference of Indian Association of Dermatologists. 6. Cross reaction between two azoles used for different indications. Sethuraman G. Kubba R. London. Int J Dermatol 2008. Salotra P. Prolonged antimicrobial and oral cyclophosphamide therapy in pemphigus: Need for caution.74:81. Pediatric Dermatology Update and CME.58:596–602. Srivastava P. Banerjee U. 11. Malhotra AK.56:413–17. Ramam M. Ramam M. Delhi. UK. Mukhopadhyaya AK. Ray R.74:453–7. Ramesh V. Indian Acne Alliance (IAA). Garg T. Mishra R. 4. ‘Induction of Th2 cells in the pathogenesis of autoimmune skin disease—pemphigus vulgaris. Immunology Conference. Rajendran C. 10. Ramam M. J Assoc Phys Ind 2008.75:85. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2009. Bansal A. 5. Hypopigmented post kala azar dermal leishmaniasis. Bhat R. Handa R. Dr Somesh Gupta • Chaired a session in 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research (ISSTDR) Congress in association with British Association of Sexual Health Conference. Ind J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. August 2008. Kumar U. Khaitan BK. December 2008. Kumari R. Yadav R. Kumar A. Sharma VK. AIIMS. Ind J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. Ind J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. 9.1%) paste in oral lichen planus: A randomized comparative study. Malhotra AK. Betamethasone oral mini-pulse therapy compared with topical triamcinolone acetonide (0. Sharma VK. Sharma VK. Prevalence and predictors of pulmonary artery hypertension in systemic sclerosis. Azathioprine versus betamethasone for the treatment of parthenium dermatitis: A randomized controlled study. Bajaj AK. Ramteke R. Dr G. Sharma VK. Singh MK. Rational use of antibiotics: Skin and soft tissue infections. Ramam M. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 207 . Ramam M. Ramam M.76:S40–S45. Ramesh V. Sethuraman • ‘Blistering disorders in children’. Sethuraman G. Mahesh R. Ramam M.74:168. 3. 7. 28 June – 1 July 2009 PUBLICATIONS 1. J Am Acad Dermatol 2008. Skin tuberculosis in children: learning from India. 8. Venereologists and leprologists (Delhi State Branch). Ind J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. Gupta S.

9:200–9. 2009:36–41. 25. Satyam A. 19. Ind J Dermatol Venereol 2008. Khandpur S. IADVL Dermatosurgery Task Force. Gupta S. Kaur J. Gupta S. (Published late). Roma. 21.74 (Suppl):S37–S45. Toxic EpidermalNecrolysis (TEN) AND SJS-TEN Overlap: A Study of causative drugs and clinical outcome. Clin Ped Emerg Med 2009. Sharma VK. 100 interesting cases in Dermatology.22:1089–93. 26. Gupta S. Khandpur S. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2009. Indian J Dermatol 2008. 20.75:225–8. Tejasvi T. 24. Sharma A. Sharma VK. Successful treatment of multiple gingival pyogenic granulomas with pulsed-dye laser. Sharma VK. 53:186–9. Khandpur S. Aggarwal R. Sethuraman G. Same guidelines were reproduced in a book on Vitiligo published from Springer. Standard guidelines of care for vitiligo surgery. 14. Gupta S. Clin Exp Dermatol 2008. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. Human papillomavirus and skin tags: is there any association? Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. Sharma VK. Arora SK. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. 23. Chaturvedi P. Khaitan BK. Verma KK. Immunol Invest 2009. Comparison of the efficacy of narrowband UVB phototherapy with PUVA for the treatment of chronic plaque psoriasis in patients with skin types IV and V.12. Italy) 27. Multiple basal cell carcinomas in xeroderma pigmentosum treated with imiquimod 5% cream. Sethy PK. Khandpur S.38:1–12. Neonatal skin disorders and the emergency medicine physician. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2009. Pediatr Dermatol 2008. Mancini AJ. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. Parsad D. Mucocutaneous deposits. 22. Khandpur S.74:222–5. Sharma VK. 15. 13. Pulsed itraconazole therapy in eruptive lichen planus. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2008. Stability in Vitiligo: Why such a Hullabaloo? Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery 2009. Sharma VK. Stevens Johnson SYNDROME (SJS). Pahwa P.33:513–15. Europe (Edited by Dr Mauro Picardo. Sharma VK. Malhotra AK. Gupta S.74:238–40. Sharma VK. Intralesional immunotherapy with killed Mycobacterium w vaccine for the treatment of ano-genital warts: an open label pilot study.74:275–7. Sharma VK. Sethuraman G.2:41–42. Involvement of Th1/Th2 cytokines in the pathogenesis of pemphigus vulgaris. Gupta S. Efficacy of pulsed dye laser in cosmetically distressing facial dermatoses in skin types IV and V. In: Lahiri K (ed). An atypical presentation of erythema induratum. Sethuraman G. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 208 . 17.25:488–91. Malhotra AK. Das P. Sugandhan S. 18.74:505–6. Khandpur S. Conflict of Interest. Khandpur S. Minz A. Verma KK.23:98–101. 16.

2009: 327–36. Sharma VK. Sharma VK. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS. Sharma VK. Epidemiology of sexually transmitted infection. New Delhi: Viva Book. New Delhi: Viva Book. Sharma VK.2009:727–740. New Delhi: Massey Art Press. Trichomoniasis and other Protozoal Diseases. Sharma VK. 2009: 487–512. Guidelines for Vitiligo. 5. Malhotra AK. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook Sexually Transmitted Diseases & AIDS. 2009 Hard Cover. 13. Sharma VK. 2009. Side laboratory procedures in sexually transmitted diseases. Valia AR (eds). 2009:457– 86.2009:767–76. Treatment of syphilis. 2009: 869–84. New Delhi: Viva Book. Bansal M. Murugan S. Hand book of urticaria. 8. 2nd ed.BOOKS 1. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS. Psychosexual disorders. New Delhi: Viva Book. Comparative (WHO/CDC/NACO) Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: 851–68. Stevens-Johnsons Syndrome & Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis and Psoriasis (IADV&L).New Delhi: Viva Book. 2nd ed. 2nd ed. Malhotra A. Tejasvi T. New Delhi: Viva Book. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS. 2nd ed. Sharma VK. 2nd Edition. Clinical approach to genital ulcer disease. 2008: 90 (total). 2nd ed. 2032–69. 2009: 557–74. 2nd ed. Venereology and Leprology. 2nd ed. 10. Sharma VK. Indian Association of Dermatology. 2nd ed. Malhotra S. Malhotra A. 3rd ed. Sexualy rransmitted diseases in chlildren and adolescent. New Delhi: Viva Book. 11. Viva Book. 9. 12. 2009: 3–54. 2009.p 249-258 6. ‘ Miscellaneous sexually transmitted dliseases’. Text book of dermatology. 3. Sharma VK. Sharma VK. 5. Sharma VK.. IADVL In: Valia RG. 4. Sharma VK. IASSTD and AIDS Textbook sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS. 2009 New Delhi: Viva Book. 2. Dhawan J. 7. Sethuraman G. Khandpur S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 209 . Aggarwal K. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS. Leprosy: Classification and clinical aspects. Kumar U. In: IASSTD and AIDS Textbook of sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS”. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook Sexually Transmitted Diseases & AIDS. New Delhi: Viva Book. 2nd ed. Sethuraman G. In: IASSTD & AIDS Textbook Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS. Sharma VK. Syndromic approach –Flow Charts NACO 2007.

Melanocyte Kerate Network in Vitiligo. To study genetic and immunological immunological associations and examine 3. Vinod K. Khandpur S. Guidelines for Vitiligo. Urethritis. Sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Dash S. IADVL Textbook of Dermatology. New Delhi: Bhalani Publishing House. 15.2009: 237–46. New Delhi: Viva Book. Ramesh V. Therapeutic Guidelines of National IADVL. Valia A (eds). 2008:1848–72. Mumbai: Bhalani Publishing House. Khaitan BK. 4. Immunity and inflammation. Funds: Rs 3 lakh. In: Valia RG.. Cutaneous tuberculosis. In: Valia RG. Funded by AIIMS for 3 years. Randomized clinical trial of Azathioprine weekly pulse versus daily azathioprine for the treatment of Parthenium dermatitis. Bhat R. Funded by DBT for 3 years. In: Sharma VK. Gupta S. 17. Non-venereal diseases of genitalia. Funded by ICMR for 3 years. SJS-Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis and psoriasis. and contributed 6 chapters in it. Ramam M.14. Sharma VK. 3rd ed. 3rd ed. In: Valia RG. Sharma. Funded by ICMR for 3 years. 1st ed. 20. 2008:1475–38. Valia AR. Desmoglein 1 and 3 antibodies in pemphigus 2. Skin manifestations in internal disease. 2008. Textbook of pediatric dermatology. et al. Co-edited Handbook of Urticaria. In: V.K. Khandpur S. Khaitan BK. 3rd edn.2008:41–66. Valia AR (eds). Sengupta SR. Departmental Projects [Ongoing] 1. 16. Sacchidanand S (eds). Evaluation of cyctophosphamide pulse therapy as adjuvant in the management of pemphigus. 6. Sharma. Skin tumours. Funds: Rs 1 lakh. 21. Malhotra AK. Srinivas CR. Vinod K. Premlatha S. Vinod K. Kanwar AJ. Valia AR (e ds). 3rd ed. 5. pelvic inflammatory disease and Reiter’s Syndrome.2008: 19. Ramam M. Mumbai: Bhalani Publishing House. Khaitan BK. Development of DNA Biosensor for detection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in clinical sample. RESEARCH Funded Project [Ongoing] 1. IADVL Textbook of dermatology. Sharma. Jerajani HR. Vasculitis: A clinicopathological and Etiological correlation. IADVL Textbook of Dermatology. In: Inamdar A. Sharma. 18. In: Valia RG. Mumbai: Bhalani. Comparative efficacy of 40 mg betamethasong monthly and equivalent doses of biweekly pulse in treatment of alopecia areata AIIMS 2008-2009 / 210 . 2008:1347–1409. 2. 2nd ed. IADVL Textbook of Dermatology.

AIIMS 2008-2009 / 211 . 22. 18. Cutaneous vasculitis. 15. Comparison of topical PUVASOL versus steroid-coal tar combination in palmoplantar psoriasis. Binod Khaitan. Comparison of Daivobet ointment versus coal tar in chronic plaque psoriasis. 25. Binod Khaitan. Binod Khaitan. Binod Khaitan. characterization and evaluation of differentiation potential of hair follicle stem cells. Doctoral Committee: Studies on T cell mediated immunosuppression in Visceral Leishmaniasis patients. 17. Binod Khaitan. 9. Clinico-Epidemiological study of palmoplantar psoriasis. Histological evaluation of palmoplantar psoriasis. 10. Comparison of efficacy of PUVA versus PUVAsol in vitiligo. Study of Occupational dermatitis in India 6. A study of the clinical spectrum of photodermatoses. To study of effectiveness of 15 mg weekly methotrexate in inducing remission in chronic idiopathic urticaria resistant to antihistamines 7. Binod Khaitan. 11. Role of cyclophosphamide pulse as adjuvant therapy in pemphigus vulgaris. Dexamethasone–cyclophosphamide pulse therapy in pemphigus.etiological and clinicopathological correlation. Dr Sujay Khandpur. 16. Binod Khaitan. 20. Dr Sujay Khandpur. Dr Sujay Khandpur. Clinical and histopathological profile of PMLE 4. Member. Binod Khaitan. A study to characterize segmental vitiligo.3. Role of sclerotherapy in vascular malformations. 19. Clinico-histological and etiological study of acquired palmoplantar keratodermas. 24. Binod Khaitan 13. Dr Sujay Khandpur. Clinical profile photo dermatoses in India 5. Binod Khaitan. Dr Sujay Khandpur. 14. Utility of ELISA testing in establishing the activity of pemphigus vulgaris. A descriptive study to define the specific clinical features of segmental vitiligo as compared to non-segmental vitiligo and to study the prevalence of co-existent organ specific (TPO) and nonorgan specific (ANA) autoimmunity in these patients. Dr Sujay Khandpur. A study of prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and rickets in children and adolescents with congenital ichthyosis and erythroderma due to keratinizing disorders. 12. 23. 8. 21. Dr Sujay Khandpur. Utility of Miltefosine in Post kalaazar dermal leishmaniasis. Dr Sujay Khandpur. A study of knowledge and attitude towards leprosy in people with and without leprosy and measurement of dehabilitation in leprosy patients. Dr Sujay Khandpur. Dr Sujay Khandpur. Development of an intervention module to reduce psychosocial stress in patients with vitiligo. 26. A study on isolation.

International Fellow American Academy of Dermatology. Editorial Board. Member. Editorial Board. Indian Journal of Community Medicine. 30. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr Vinod K Sharma was selected as a National President. Sethuraman. AIIMS. Indian J Pediatrics. Venereology and Leprology. Associate Editor of Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery. Indian Association of Dermatologists. Indian Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic surgery. Clin Exp Dermatol . G. Wagner A. G. Indian Pediatrics. Pediatric Dermatology Fellowship. Richards KA. Deputy Editor. Quality of Life and Questionairre development in vitiligo. Prevalence of Vitamin D Deficiency in patients with congenital ichthyosis and erythroderma. Sethuraman G. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 212 .27. 2007 Dr Binod Khaitan was elected President. Elected Fellow of International Medical Science Academy. Member. an official journal of IUSTI-Asia-Pacific (Published from Australia. Membership Secretary of International Union against Sexually transmitted Infections (IUSTI)-World. IADVL. AWARDS. Indian Journl of Dermatology. Sethuraman. Reviewer. Involvement of Th1/Th2 cytokines in the pathogenesis of pemphigus vulgaris. Journal of European Society of Contact Dermatitis named ‘Contact Dermatitis’. Indian Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic surgery Dr Sujay Khandpur was selected as Assistant Editor. Dr M Ramam was awarded Bishnupriya Devi award for best original article in IJDVL. Indian Journal of Dermatology. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. Dr Sujay Khandpur. 31. Member Dermato-Therapeutic and Dermatosurgery Guidelines Committee of IADVL. American Society of Contact Dermatitis named “Dermatitis”. Molecular genetic studies in Indian patients with ichthyosis and ectodermal dysplasia. 28. Member. Thesis Evaluation Committee. Hiremagalore RA. Indian Journal of Dermatology. 2007– 2008. Chicago. Venereology and Leprology. Clinical and Neurobehavioral profile in children with Tuberous Sclerosis. Editorial Board. Dr G Sethuraman was selected as a Reviewer for British J Dermatol. JEADV and IJDVL. Associate Editor of Sexual Health. Sethuraman. Venereologists and Leprologists. Treasurer. Dr Somesh Gupta was elected as President . Dr Sujay Khandpur. indexed in Medline/PubMed). Completed Effectiveness of Pulse Dye Laser in the treatment of recalcitrant warts in children. Dermatopathology Society of India. Association of Cutaneous Surgeons of India. Member. G. Faculty Association. 29. Co-chair of 12th International Union against Sexually transmitted Infections (IUSTI) World Congress to be held in New Delhi from 2–5 November 2011. Reviewer of Dermatology.

National and International Conferences Lecture delivered Dr R. 64th Annual Meeting of the Association of Physician of India. Jyotsna EDUCATION Undergraduate. Chandigarh.C. Department of Medicine. Gupta Associate Professor R. postgraduate. 13–14 February 2009. 18 October 2008. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Sweden. Ammini Professor Nikhil Tandon Additional Professor N. New Delhi and Uppsala University. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 213 . R. New Delhi. at School of Social Sciences-I.Jawaharlal Nehru University. 30 January 2009. paramedical training The department was actively involved in regular training of undergraduate and nursing students while postgraduate students from MD Internal Medicine came for one month posting in the Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism Long-and short-term training • Three candidates completed their DM and two new candidates joined the department for DM course. Goswami Assistant Professors V. Goswami • ‘Approach to metabolic bone disorder and vitamin D deficiency in the Medicine Uupdate’.9. International Symposium on ‘Frontiers in molecular medicine’. PGIMER.P. New Delhi. • Two student joined PhD (Endocrinology). ‘Vitamin D deficiency in India and its potential significance’. ointly organized by Centre for Molecular Medicine. Maulana Azad Medical College and Associated Hospitals. • Six students joined the department for short-term training of six months. NCR. Khadgawat Dr R Khadgawat • ‘OPG in Health and disease’.10 Endocrinology and Metabolism Professor and Head A. 4th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Bone & Mineral Research (ISBMR). • • ‘Vitamin D deficiency in India: A perspective’.

Annual conference of the Endocrine Society of India. ‘Medical management of osteoporosis’. 18–20 December 2008. 21 November 2008. Annual conference of the Endocrine Society of India. 12. 10. 29–31 October 2008. 5. 5 October 2008. Talk delivered as the President of the Biological Sciences Division. ‘Asian audit—an update’. ‘ACCORD. ‘Pediatric thyroid nodules–clinical and management challenges’. 5th Biennial Scientific Meeting of the Asia Pacific Pediatric Endocrine Society. Turkey. 29 September 2008. Rajasthan. 18 October 2008. Jerome Markowitz Gold Medal Oration: The South Asian Society. CAD Meeting. Istanbul. 4th National Conference of the Indian Society of Bone and Mineral Research. 8–9 April 2008. Kochi. National Academy of Sciences. ‘Tight hyperglycemic control: Lessons from ADVANCE in the Indian context’. ‘Origins of the non-communicable disease: The influence of early life events’. ‘Thyroiditis in pediatric and adolescent age groups’. Seoul. 6. Annual conference of the Endocrine Society of India. Hyderabad. Mumbai. the Indo-US Trade Mission. 2. 27 October 2008. Delhi. Annual Conference of Delhi Chapter of the Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India. 23rd Annual Conference of Rajasthan Psychiatric Association. 11. ‘Results from the ADVANCE Trial: Indian experience’. ‘PN Shah Oration’. Australia-India Diabetes Workshop held as part of the Annual Conference of the Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India. ‘BMD in Indians’. ICS–2008 Annual conference of Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSI). 20 November 2009. Shimla. Kochi. ‘ADVANCE’. 8. ‘Challenges in the management of diabetes in India’. 3. Chandigarh. Dr N.• • ‘How close are diabetes and depression’. 4. 29–31 October 2008. ‘Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis’. 22 November 2008. Delhi. 18–20 December 2008. ‘Low cost technology for diabetes and endocrinology’. 7. 9. 18–20 December 2008.10 October 2008. India at the Annual Conference of the NASI. International Osteoporosis Foundation of the Indian Society for Bone and Mineral Research. Hyderabad. Indo-US workshop on Low cost diagnostic and therapeutic medical technologies. Kochi. Seoul. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 214 . ‘Vitamin D Replacement Therapy’. 5th Biennial Scientific Meeting of the Asia Pacific Pediatric Endocrine Society. Delhi. Behror. Talk given at the meeting of Committee of National Societies. 14. 13. 10 August 2008. Tandon 1. ADVANCE and the elusive 7’.

Meeting of Physicians Forum.. ‘Correlation between BMD measured by peripheral and central DXA in healthy Indian men aged 20–40 years’. Khadgawat R. Hyderabad. Downtown Hospital Annual Day Celebrations. Gupta N. Hyderabad. Delhi. Ammini AC. Kriplani A. Annual Conference of the Indian Thyroid Society. ‘Public Oration: Diabetes’.22 February 2009. Salam R. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the ECCEO. Assessment of iodine nutrition during pregnancy in north Indian subjects.. Khadgawat R. Eunice EM. et al. Kansra S. ‘Childhood obesity researchable issues’. Rock-thyroid: Unusual thyroid calcification. 3rd National Annual conference of Indian Society of Bone & Mineral Research (ISBMR). 7–8 March 2009. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the ECCEO.15 February 2009. 7–8 February 2009. ‘Bone mineral biochemical parameters and bone mineral density in patients of type 1 diabetes with and without tissue transglutaminase antibody positivity’. 20. Chandigarh. Tandon N. Delhi. Kachhawa G. 18–20 March 2009. Chandigarh. Hyderabad. 22. 14–16 January 2009. Manaktala S. 18–20 March 2009. Brar KS. 3rd National Annual conference of Indian Society of Bone and Mineral Research (ISBMR). Spinal bone mineral density in growth hormone deficient Indian children. Chandan. Khadgawat R. Guwahati. Gurgaon.18–19 October 2008. Prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus among women attending a tertiary care hospital. ‘Thyroiditis in children and adolescents’. 6 Annual conference of Indian Thyroid Society. Gahlot M. Chennai. 21. Ammini AC.15. Annual conference of the Association of Physicians of India. ICMR-CIHR Workshop on childhood obesity. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 215 • • • • · .. Tandon N. Athens. Malhotra R. Yadav CS. Khadgawat R. ‘HbA1c: How low do we go?’. Grewal E. 31 January 2009. 22 February 2009. High prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in elderly patients with non-traumatic hip fractures. Prevalence of thyroid peroxidase antibody positivity in first trimester of pregnancy in Asian-Indian subjects. 17. Tandon N. 16. et al. ‘Recent concepts on the management of osteoporosis’. Mathur S. ‘Diabetes and CVD’. 7 March 2009. Gupta N. 7–8 March 2009.e Annual Conference of the Delhi Rheumatology Association. 4th National conference of the Diabetes In Pregnancy Study group India. Presented in 6th Annual conference of Indian Thyroid Society. Grewal E. 6 Annual conference of Indian Thyroid Society. 7–8 March 2009. 18. Gahlot M. Kansara S. Bal CS. Desai A. 19. Conferences • Khadgwat R. Kriplani A. Athens. 18–19 October 2008. Grewal E. Noida. Khadgawat R. Hyderabad.

80.75 lakh. Nikhil Tandon. A randomized. Ministry of Defence for 3years. 11. parallel group study to evaluate efficacy and safety of Human Insulin Inhalation Powder (HIIP) compared to preprandial Injectable Insulin in Insulin Naïve patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Nikhil Tandon. 10. Fund: Rs 90. Registry of people with diabetes in India with young age at onset. 4. Funds: $1. New Delhi for 3 years. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2008–2009). 3. Funded by Eli-Lilly India Company Pvt. Government of Indiafor 3 years.K. Funds: Rs 55. 6. Prevalence and significance of celiac disease in patients with type-1 diabetes Funded by ICMR. Funded by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) for 5 years (2006–2011). aliskiren. Funded by AIIMS (intramural). To assess the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in patients with non-traumatic fracture of hip.5 lakh. Khadgawat.5 lakh. Pattern and significance of single nucleotide polymorphism at select sites in two important candidate genes. reduces cardiovascular and renal morbidity and mortality. Funded for 5 years (2008–2013). N. 8. Dr R. Funded by Eli-Lilly India Company Pvt. Funds: Rs 9.1 million. dipeptidy1 Peptidase– 4 Inhibitor or Thaizolidinedione as Monotherapy in Drug.RESEARCH Funded projects Ongoing 1. Assessment of dose-dependent effects of LY2189265 on glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes treated only with life style interventiions. Centre for prevention and control of diabetes and Cardio-metabolic diseases: an Ovation Center. Genomic analysis of MHC genes in type 1 diabetes in the Indian Population. double. Vitamin D receptor and paratharmone genes in subjects with osteoporosis. Funded by George Institute. i. Mehra. 7. Funds: Rs 19. Hyderabad for 5 years (2008–2013). 5. 2. Naïve Patients with Type 2 Diabetes (H-80-MC-GWCH). placebo-controlled. Funded by DRDO New Delhi. Role of oral vitamin D as an adjunct therapy in category I pulmonary tuberculosis long with assessment of immunological parameters: Randomized double blind trial.7 lakh. Funds: Rs 6. parallel-group study to determine whether.000. Funded by Eli-Lilly. Ltd. Completed • A phase 3 open label. Ltd. Nikhil Tandon.e. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 216 .099. for 1 year (2009–2010). for 8 months (2009–2010). Funds: Rs 10. Funds: Rs 9. on top of conventional treatment. depression and quality of life in patients of diabetes mellitus with rhythmic breathing (sudashan kriya yoga and pranayam) in addition to standard treatment of diabetes. in patients with type 2 diabetes at high risk for cardiovascular and renal events. [Dr. Effect of glycemic control. 9. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2007–2010). Safety and efficacy of exenatide once weekly injection versus metformin.7 lkhs. Nikhil Tandon. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Nikhil Tandon].

B K T. 3. Bone mineral density in Indian women with rheumatoid arthritis. Sharma RK. Gupta NP. Prasad P. lean young women and patients with polycystic ovary syndrome.14:CR617–CR620.21:173–9. Gupta R. et al. 2. placebo controlled study of MK-0431 in patients with type 2 diabetes who have inadequate glycemic control. Marumudi E. Khurana ML. (2005–2008). Khurana ML. placebo-controlled clinical trial to study the safety and efficacy of MK0364 in ooerweight and obese patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Funded by MSD Pharmaceuticals. et al. 4. Desai AK. Kulshreshtha B. 24:267–72. 7. Insulin response to oral glucose in healthy. et al. Ammini AC. A multicenter. Marwaha V. Robertsonian translocation and their role in pathogenesis of recurrent in vitro fertilization failure. Handa R.11:393–8. Funds: Rs 5 lakh. Kulshreshtha B. Lal Khurana M. Fetal and childhood growth and the effect of lifestyle interventions on CHD risk factors in young Indian adults. Nikhil Tandon. Diabetes Technol Ther 2008. Aprajita V. Gupta N. Kulshrestha B. Sreenivas V. double blind randomized. Gupta A.• A Phase IIb/III randomized. Gynecol Endocrinol 2008. Diwedi S. et al. Seith A. Nikhil Tandon. Aneja R. 8. Tiwari AK. Nikhil Tandon. Ammini AC. Ammini AC. Shankar S. Funds: Rs 141 lakh. et al. Type 2 diabetes increases risk for obesity among subsequent generations. Nikhil Tandon. Rheumatol Int 2009. Praveen EP. Dwivedi S. Khurana ML. Praveen EP. Khadgawat R.56:192–4. Kumar R. Seith A. Tanwar M. Khadgawat R. Gynecol Endocrinol 2008. [Epub 2008 Apr 16]. Joseph AA. Fertility among women with classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia: Report of seven cases where treatment was started after 9 years of age. Med Sci Monit 2008. et al. Kriplani A. Gupta N. 9.24:637–43. [Epub 2008 Sep 16]. 23:102–11. Eunice M. 6. Chandra ST. Neurol India 2008. Kumar KM. J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab 2008. Reduction in the occurrence of threatening diabetic macular edema (B7A-MC-MBDL). • • • PUBLICATIONS 1. Jyotsna VP. Ammini AC. Chathurvedi D. Pakhetra R. Gupta DK. Kumar R. Oxidative stress pathway genes and chronic renal insufficiency in Asian Indians with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Technol Ther 2009. Funded by British Heart Foundation (2005–2008). Insulinoma: reversal of brain magnetic resonance imaging changes following resection. Funded by MSD Pharmaceuticals. Comparison of gliclazide with insulin as initial treatment modality in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes. Ganie MA. Priya G. J Diabetes Complications 2009. Funded by Eli Lilly Ltd. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 217 .10:363–8.29:377–81. Kinra G. Jyotsna VP. 5. Priya G. Philip J. Gender identity of children and young adults with 5alpha-reductase deficiency.

Kumar KM. Fall CHD. BMC Genet 2008. 21. Batra A.31:2349–56. 17. Fust G. Agarwal SK. Indian Pediatr 2008. Ganie MA. Dwivedi OP. Association of dopaminergic pathway gene polymorphisms with chronic renal insufficiency among Asian Indians with type-2 diabetes. 16. Marwaha RK. et al.1136/adc. Ganguly SK. Clinical and laboratory profile of primary hyperparathyroidism in India.13:89–91. 2008) [doi:10. Lakshmy R. Prabhakaran D. Kanwar R. Blasko B. Ganie MA. Ammini AC.72:517–24. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 218 . ADVANCE Collaborative Group. Evaluation of the role of ultrasonography in diagnosis of autoimmune thyroiditis in goitrous children. Gupta N. Journal of Human Genetics 2008. Ramji S. Prasad P. 20. Hum Immunol 2008. Tandon N. Khaira A. Tandon N. Osmond C. Clin Exp Nephrol 2008. et al. Dey Biswas S. et al. Agarwal SK. Karak AK. Tandon N. Kaur G. Gupta A. Kanakamani J. Kumar N. 13. Aggarwal N. Predicting adult metabolic syndrome from childhood body mass index: Follow-up of the New Delhi birth cohort.358:2560–72. Chavali S. N Engl J Med 2008. Fall CHD.9:26. Newer Therapies in Osteoporosis. Genetic variants of Foxa2: Risk of type 2 diabetes and effect on metabolic traits in North Indians. et al. 19. Postgrad Med J 2008.140905]. Natl Med J India 2008. 23. 18. Puri S. Reddy DH.45:279–84. 11. 12. 14. Tabassum R. et al. Thelma BK. Tandon N.10. Chumber S. Natl Med J India 2008. Sachdev HPS. Vitamin D Status of apparently healthy schoolgirls from two different socioeconomic strata in Delhi: Relation to nutrition and lifestyle. Indian Journal of Rheumatology 3:148–57. Osmond C. Lakshmy R. Intensive blood glucose control and vascular outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes. 84:34–9. Mehra NK. Tissue Antigens 2008. Sachdev HPS. Arch Dis Child (Published online November. Gupta A. 21: 69–74. The kidney and the eye in people with diabetes mellitus. Venkatesh P. Rajczy K. Grewal K. Aggarwal R. 15. Tandon N. Gatifloxacin-induced severe hyperglycaemia and ketoacidosis in a non-diabetic renal transplant recipient.21:82–9. Tandon N. Priya G. Szilagyi A. Reddy DHK.99:876–82.53: 957–65. Bharadwaj D. Bhattacharya V. 22. Tandon N. Bal CS. Dey Biswas SK. Allotyping human complement factor B in Asian Indian type 1 diabetic patients. et al. Tandon N. Ultrasound evaluation of thyroid size: A large nationwide study of schoolchildren in India. Br J Nutr 2008. Jyotsna VP. Kaur G. Marwaha RK.2008. et al. Gupta R.69:580–7. Autoimmune-associated HLAB8-DR3 haplotypes in Asian Indians are unique in C4 complement gene copy numbers and HSP-2 1267A/G. Data from the New Delhi birth cohort. Adult metabolic syndrome and impaired glucose tolerance are associated with different patterns of body mass index gain during infancy. Kumar N. Diabetes Care 2008. Marwaha RK.

Sreenivas V. Ray D. Desai A. 22 25. Jyotsna VP. Goswami R. Seth A. 34.24. Kulshreshtha B. Tandon N. Evaluation of bone mineral density among patients with inflammatory bowel disease in a tertiary care setting in India. Sreenivas V. Goswami R. Diabetes Technol Ther 2008. Jyotsna VP. Eur J Clin Nutr 2009. et al. 29.10:1–5. Iyer V. Neurol India 2008. Mondal AM. 28. Khurana ML. Fertil Steril 2009 Mar 25. High-sensitivity C-reactive protein levels and type 2 diabetes in urban North Indians. Marwaha RK. Reversible hypogonadism in Bardet-Biedl syndrome. Chavali S. Singla B. Sreenivas V. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2009 Mar 31. Singh N. Bharadwaj M. Comparison of gliclazide with insulin as initial treatment modality in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes. Tabassum R. Fertility among women with classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia: Report of seven cases where treatment was started after 9 years of age. 35. Pattern of 25-hydroxy vitamin Dresponse at short (2 month) and long (1 year) interval after 8 weeks of oral supplementation with cholecalciferol in Asian Indians with chronic hypovitaminosis D. Khadgawat R. Tomar N. Kriplani A.10:363–8.100:526–9. Gynecol Endocrinol 2008. Kochupillai N. 2008 Dec 15. [Epub ahead of print]. Singh N. et al. Predisposition to vitamin D deficiency osteomalacia and rickets in females is linked to their 25(OH)D and calcium intake rather than vitamin D receptor gene polymorphism. 36. Vitamin D nutrition status of exclusively breast fed infants and their mothers. Gupta N.24:267–72. Pakhetra R. Ammini AC. Jha O. Singh N. Dwivedi S. et al. et al. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed 26. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism 2009. Dada R. Br J Nutr 2008. Prevalence and pattern of cardiac autonomic dysfunction in newly detected type 2 diabetes mellitus. Kinra G. 33. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 219 . et al. Ray D. Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). Gupta DK. Seith A. Priya G. Gupta N. Deepak KK. Goswami R. 31.56:192–4. Gupta N. Ray D. Khurana ML. Puri K. Tandon N. Indian J Gastroenterol 2008. Sahoo A. Marumudi E. Dwivedi OP. Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency and its relationship with thyroid autoimmunity in Asian Indians: A communitybased survey. Marwaha RK. Tandon N. 30. 32. Goswami D. Sreenivas V. Chandra ST. Insulinoma: Reversal of brain magnetic resonance imaging changes following resection. Aneja S. J Assoc Physicians India 2008. Mehrotra P. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2009. Dudha A. Gupta N. Ammini AC. Tomar N. Chattopadhyay P. Goswami R. Jyotsna VP. Mahajan A.83:83–8.27:103-6. Sastry A.56:755–7. Tomar N. [Epub ahead of print] 27. Presence of 25(OH) D deficiency in a rural North Indian village despite abundant sunshine. Priya G. Makharia GK. Gupta N. Goswami R. Kumar R. 63:446–9. Tomar N.Presence of 25(OH)D deficiency and its effect on vitamin D receptor mRNA expression. Br J Nutr 2009.

Khadgawat R. In: Agarwal AK (ed). India (Allahabad) and Presidential lecture in the Annual Conference of the NASI. Medicine Update 2009 A publication of the Association of physician of India. Selection Committee for the Senior Research Fellow and Research Associates by the ICMR from 2007 to date. Dr R Goswami won Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar prize for Medical Sciences. Hypothalamic hamartoma: MR imaging and MR spectroscopic features.2009:484–92. Seith A. Chapter in book Goswami R. Singapore Med J 2008. 2008.49:366–7. DM and MCh thesis financial grant by The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) 2009 .37. PATIENTS CARE Endocrine OPD Month April 2008 May 2008 June 2008 July 2008 August 2008 September 2008 October 2008 November 2008 December 2008 January 2009 February 2009 March 2009 Total New Cases 746 794 800 844 773 860 699 717 749 749 847 866 9444 Old cases 1729 2062 1899 2138 1860 1969 1578 1731 1894 1859 1848 1905 22472 Total 2475 2856 2699 2982 2633 2829 2277 2448 2643 2608 2695 2771 31916 Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology Clinic (PAEC) New Cases 310 Old cases 1402 Total 1712 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 220 . Guwahati.Jerome Markowitz Memorial Oration awarded by the South Asian Society for Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis (SASAT). . New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers.Dr PN Shah Oration awarded by the Endocrine Society of India.Member . AWARDS. selection committee for awarding MD. Member . HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr Nikhil Tandon Downtown Public Oration. Vitamin D deficiency in India: A perspective. Kandpal H. President of the Biological Sciences Section of the National Academy of Science.

D 13) PTH 14) Insulin 15) C-Peptide 16) GAD Antibody 17) Growth hormone 18) Free T4 19) Free T3 20) T3 Total Number of samples assayed 7.543 11. The break-up of these investigations is given below.436 1. Laboratory Investigations The total number of hormone assays done during this period was 44.935 212 394 991 474 473 44. DOY (Every Saturday 9–1 pm ). Pediatric and Adolescent Endocrinology clinic.855 investigations.291 1.764 281 644 1.435 1.m.617 2.390 1.703 Investigations done in the Metabolic Laboratory Investigation Blood glucose Glycosylated haemoglobin Urinary creatinine Urinary albumin Urine pH Osmolality Calcium Phosphorus Alkaline Phosphatase Number of samples 9.432 2.703.463 1.OPD activity The department has OPD on all six working days with two specialty clinics. PAEC (every Monday.998 6. 2–5 p.435 2.155 1.) and Diabetes of Young clinic.508 1.508 218 318 50 50 50 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 221 .404 4. while metabolic laboratory of the department carried out 19.161 1. Hormone 1) T4 2) TSH 3) TPO 4) LH 5) FSH 6) PRL 7) Testosterone 8) Cortisol 9) 17-OH Progesterone 10) DHEAS 11) ACTH 12) 25-OH Vitamin.

The department is also imparting training in DNA Fingerprinting and Toxicology to BSc/MSc students from other Indian universities CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION Conferences • • The department co-organized 9th Conference of ICFMT and SAFCON 2008 at Amity Institute Noida –. Bhardwaj (relieved on 31/3/09 on VRS) Lectures delivered The departmental faculty/staff participated in training programmes organized by Academy of CBI. Murty Associate Professor S.N. Gupta Millo Tabin Assistant Professors Sanjeev Lalwani (JPNATC) Scientist II Anupuma Raina Scientist I A. Aligarh .K. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 222 . Dogra delivered lecture on ‘Medical Ethics’at JLN Medical College.K. Sharma Additional Professor O. police officers. Dogra R. Lucknow ’. Jaiswal EDUCATION The department is actively engaged in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching with five postgraduate (MD) students and one Ph D student.P.9. medical officers and forensic science experts from all over country.D. Delhi Judicial Academy. Dr Adarsh Kumar delivered lecture on ‘Medico-legal aspects of record keeping hosted by IMA. Rohini for Forensic Scientists. Amity Institute. NICFS.11 Forensic Medicine Professor and Head T.K. The department organized Wet workshop in collaboration with NICFS. Professor T.D. judicial officers. Adarsh Kumar (JPNATC) D. Delhi Police (HRD Cell). Lectures and demonstrations were held for CBI officials. Delhi Police Training School.

Lalwani S. Behra C. Sudden Death due to Aortic ruptures while swimming— a case report. Dogra TD. Millo T. Sharma SK. A comprehensive autopsy study of injury pattern in fatal road traffic accidents in South Delhi 5. Dogra TD. Determination of Malathion in blood and urine using TLC. 9. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 223 . Lalwani S. Kumar A. Article IV. Sharma GA. Rautji R. Determination of Quinolphos in biological sample by HPTLC. Ind Med Gaz 2007.30:79–81. extraction and isolation methods for miscellaneous poisons from biological sample. Dogra TD. A comprehensive autopsy study of fatal poisoning in South Delhi 4. Lalwani S. PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Kaur A. 2. International J Med Toxicol and Legal Med 2008. Malaysian J Forensic Pathology and Science 2008. A comprehensive autopsy study of unnatural deaths in children and women 2. Gupta M. Toxicological Mannual series. Millo T. A comprehensive autopsy study of sudden natural deaths in South Delhi Ongoing 1. CXL:74–6. Jaiswal AK. JIAFM 2009. Malaysian J Forensic Pathology and Science 2008: 68–81. Jaiswal AK. Rautji R. Kumar S.106:101–3. Epidemiological study of medico-legal autopsies of elderly in Delhi in a tertiary care hospital from 2000–2004. Behra C. 6. A comprehensive study of motorcycle fatalities. Auditing of asphyxial death 3. Behra C. Negi A. Murty OP. Lalwani S. Drowning death in South Delhi. Bhardwaj DN. Dogra TD. 7. 8. Postmortem examination of custodial deaths. Murty OP.3:89–114.30:15–21.CXl: 359–62 4. Jaiswal AK.RESEARCH Departmental Projects Completed 1. JIAFM 2008. Jaiswal AK. 5. JIAFM 2008. JIMA 2008. Bhardwaj DN. (1999–2005). Ind Med Gaz 2008. Inferring genetic diversity and molecular relatedness among the Indian Saraswat community at various STR loci.31: 3. Kumar Adarsh.10:22–5. Millo T. Extraction and detection of atropine from viscera by new solvent system using HPTLC. Rautji R.

Millo T.inherent risk of procedure or medical negligencea case report. JIAFM 2008. Mewar SK. Millo T. 18. J For Med and Toxicol 2008.25:39–42. Millo T. Sharma M. Behra C. 14. Millo T.1:49–51. Lalwani S. Detection and characterization of kerosene in fire debris by TLC. Rautji R. At trauma centre 893 autopsies were conducted. Jaiswal AK. Murty OP.10. J For Med and Toxicol 2008. Lalwani S. A retrospective review of deaths of homeless unclaimed persons in South Delhi (2001–2005). preservation and forwarding of biological samples for toxicological analysis in medico-legal cases—an update. sexual offences. Do’s and don’t for sophisticated analytical instruments.g. e. Kumar A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 224 . Mishra MC. Rautji R. Rautji R. Millo T.4:79–83. Teotia A. Moon Dr. Medicolegal postmortem performed: 1254+893(JPNATC) =2147 The department provided consultation services to the CBI.23:242–44. Bharadwaj DN. Dogra TD. Vol 3.25:19–31. Toxicological Mannual series. Jaiswal AK. Kumar A. extraction and isolation methods for miscellaneous poisons from biological sample. Common bile duct injury in laproscopic cholecystectomy. World J Laproscopic Surg 2008. 16. Bhardwaj DN. Agarwal D. Jaiswal AK. 13. injury. Obs and Gynae Today 2008. Jaiswal AK. et al. HPTLC and its Forensic application—a review. Documentation in medicolegal cases. Kumar A. Gupta S.38:96–100. Dogra TD. Dogra TD. Jaiswal AK. Millo T.11:48–52. International J Med Toxicol and Legal Med 2008. Tanwar TC. 25:14–19.49: 46–50. Exhumation—plugging of pitfalls. Behara C. PATIENT CARE Casualty services The department continued to provide round–the-clock coverage to the casualty in medicolegal cases. J For Med and Toxicol 2008. 12. Rajeshwari S.6:48–51 17. Med Sci Law 2009. Gupta M. Ind J Neurotrauma 2008. Fatal Road traffic accidents and their relationship with head injuries: An epidemiological survey of five years. Lalwani S. 15. Collection. poisoning and other complicated medicolegal cases. Article V.5:63–67. 11. 20. Amity J Behavioral and Foren Sci 2008. The department is also attending all the calls pertaining to medical examination in police and judicial custody. crime branch and other central and state investigating agencies in complicated medicolegal postmortem conducted at other centers of the country and also participated in board postmortem cases. Medico-legal examination of sexual assault case—a review. Indian Internet J Forensic Medicine and Toxicology 2008. Moharana M. 19.

Community services The department participated in training programme organized by CBI officials. Dr Sanjeev Lalwani was awarded a Scroll of honour from Pakistan Society of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. Clinical forensic medicine The department examined cases of age estimation. AWARDS AND HONOURS Professor T. Scientist II was given best performance award of ICFMT :2008. police officers. Dogra was given felicitation for ‘Outstanding contribution in field of Forensic Medicine’. It is performing DNA fingerprinting test in selected medicolegal cases.D. DNA Fingerprinting The department is providing training to the candidates of various universities. judges public prosecutors and forensic science experts from all over country. Department also provided training to 28 students in DNA fingerprinting and toxicology. etc referred by the court. Thirty-five such cases were dealt in 2008–09.Court attendance by the members of the department: 800 Doctors of the department also attended court in CBI cases as experts. potency. medical officers. Dr Raina. SAFCON-2008. Medical toxicology Tests for various poisons.g. marriage disputes. He was also awarded fellowship of Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (ICFMT). 115 such tests were performed during this period. e. medical examination. heavy metals. benzodiazepines and alcohol were done in toxicology laboratory. Dr Ashish Jain (MD Student) was awarded best poster award in conference. by Indian Congress of Forensic Medicine (ICFMT). CBI and other investigating agencies. Scientist II was given ‘Meritorios performance award’ by Pakistan Society of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology. DNA fingerprinting. opiates. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 225 . 42 samples were processed for DNA fingerprinting during 2008–09. Dr Anupuma Raina.

Funded by Intas Pharmaceutical for 3 years.000. Ashoka Hotel. Acharya Y. Funds: Rs 94.K. Govind Makharia. Continuing Medical Education The department organized Asia Pacific Digestive Week (APDW-2008) in conjunction with Annual Conference of Indian Society of Gastroenterology. Acharya.and long-term training Eight candidates underwent training during 2008–09 for a period of 3 months to 6 months. amenorrhea and infertility for celiac disease. Funded by AIIMS (2006–2008). Screening of patients with functional bowel disease. Acharya. metabolic bone disease. New Delhi. Funds: Rs 24 lakh. RESEARCH Funded projects Completed 1.K. Randomised trial of pegylated interferon (Peg-) vs. postgraduate.K. S. Ongoing 1. lamividine followed by PEG-l for 1 year among patients with chronic hepatitis-B. S. Professors Umesh Kapil Associate Professors Vineet Ahuja Anoop Saraya Govind K.K. Funded by Fulford. 2.9. Double blind placebo controlled randomized trial of L-ornithine-L aspartate among patients with acute liver failure.12 Gastroenterology and Human Nutrition Unit Professor and Head S. short stature. National and International Conferences The department faculty delivered 39 lectures at international and national conferences/meetings. PhD and paramedical training programme remained the same. Thirteen DM candidates and seven PhD candidates underwent long-term training. India for 4 years. Short. Joshi Pramod Garg EDUCATION Undergraduate. Makharia AIIMS 2008-2009 / 226 . Funds: Nil (company supplies drug and placebo). 13–16 September 2008.

Efficacy and tolerability of probiotics in microscopic colitis. Multicentre International trial (2005–09). in subjects with moderately to severely active ulcerative colitis. Funded by DBT (2007–10). in subjects with moderately to severely active ulcerative colitis. Funded by Centocor for 4 years (2008–12). 11. Funded by Novartis for 3 years. S. Funds: Rs 5 lakh. adefovir+lamivudine and combination of adefovir and glycyrrhizin in HBV-related decompensated cirrhosis. Funded by DBT for 3 years. (ii) aetiology. Govind Makharia.K. An open label responses adaptitative study of telbivudine in adults with HBeAg compensated chronic hepatitis B. A multicentric randomized controlled clinical trial of adefovir. (vi) randomized double blind placebo control trial of L–ornithine. Govind Makharia. Funds: Rs 11. A phase 3 multicenter. 7. 5. placebo-controlled. clinical presentation and therapy among Indian patients with primary liver cancer. Funded by Himalaya Drug Company Ltd (2007–09). Funds: Rs 35. Funds: Rs 2 crore. S. L–Aspartate in acute liver failure. Acharya. Funds: Nil (company supplies drug and placebo). An open label responses adaptitative study of telbivudine in adults with HBeAg negative chronic hepatitis B. Identification of biomarker (s) for differentiation of Crohn’s disease from intestinal tuberculosis using proteomics. Comparison of single dose SPD 476 with mesalamine. Funded by ICMR for 3 years. Funds: Rs 5 lakh. administered subcutaneously. Funds: Rs 43 lakh. Funds: Rs 10 lakh. randomized. (iii) hepatic venous outflow tract obstruction: etiology and results of angioplasty. Detection of mycobacterial pathogens in patients with Crohn’s disease. Funds: Rs 32 lakh. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 227 . Funded by DBT for 3 years. placebo-controlled. Is idiopathic chronic pancreatitis a pre-malignant disease? Pramod Garg. Acharya. Govind Makharia. Projects include (i) randomized controlled trial of somatostatin monotherapy vs. administered subcutaneously.11 lakh. Funded by Shire Pharma Ltd. Funded by ICMR for 3 years.K. Pramod Garg. (iv) probiotics for spontaneous bacterial peritonitis. Efficacy of curcumin enemas in patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis. 6. Funded by CD Pharma Ltd (2006–08). 3. Acharya. somatostatin and nitroglycerine infusion in acute variceal bleeding. randomized.K. Vineet Ahuja. Advanced Centre for liver diseases (institute and different projects in liver diseases). 14. S. Funds: Rs 6 lakh. Funded by ICMR. 12. and (v) neutrophilic function studies in acute liver failure. Vineet Ahuja. A study of mutational and histopathological risk factors for gallbladder cancer in patients with gallstones. Funded by Novartis for 3 years.47 lakh.K. 10. A phase 2/3 multicenter.4 lakh 13. Funds: Rs 18. S. Vineet Ahuja.2. Funds: Rs 14 lakh. 9. K. Funded by Centocor (2008–09). 8. double-blind study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of golimumab induction therapy. S. Funds: Rs 6 lakh. Acharya. Acharya. double-blind study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of golimumab maintenance therapy. 4.

Govind Makharia. Differentiation of Crohn’s disease and intestinal tuberculosis: Therapeutic trial of anti-tuberculous therapy Ongoing 1. Departmental projects Completed 1. viral and host characteristics 2. Hepatitis Be antigen negative chronic hepatitis B. Govind Makharia. Funded by ICMR for 1 year (2008–09). 4. Funded by DST for 3 years (2009–11). A study of the risk factors for cancer of the gallbladder 6. Characterization.2 g) Mesalamine Delayed-Release Tablets. A multi-centric study on treatment of abdominal tuberculosis (intestinal or peritoneal): A randomized controlled trial to compare the 6 months of Cat I treatment with 9 months of Cat I Treatment (extension for 3 months) in abdominal tuberculosis under the Revised National Tuberculosis Control program.5 lakh. Government of India for 4 years (2008–11). Double Dummy. 16. Nutritional and biochemical assessment of patients with inflammatory bowel disease 8. A study of the risk factors for cancer of the pancreas 5. Govind Makharia. Relationship between intestinal permeability in anti-Saccharromyces cerevisiae antibody in patients with Crohn’s disease 7. Funded by Central TB Division.15. Funded by Lambda for 1 year (2008–9). Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Three month treatment of chronic hepatitis C with interferon a2b and ribavirine 3. Efficacy and safety of mesalamine delayed-release Tablets (1. Funds: Rs 4 lakh. and outcome of patients with organized pancreatic necrosis. A pilot study to estimate the community prevalence of celiac disease. Acute viral hepatitis in diabetics: Evaluation of natural course 2. Govind Makharia. par Pharmaceutical (Test Drug) in the treatment of active mild to moderate ulcerative colitis: A Double Blind. natural course. Funds: Rs 14. Immunotolerant chronic HBV infection: Natural course 3. Shire US Inc (Reference drug)-292-07. Comparison with Placebo and Lialda® (1. A study of assessment of dietary fiber intake in patients with irritable bowel syndrome and healthy individuals 9. Funds: Rs 57 lakh 17. Magnitude.2 g). 18. Funds: Rs 24.5 lakh. Endoscopic biliary drainage versus conservative treatment for patients with inoperable cancer of the gallbladder with obstructive jaundice: A randomized controlled trial AIIMS 2008-2009 / 228 . Multicentre Randomized Phase III. Characterization of tight junction proteins in patients with Crohn’s disease and celiac disease.

AIIMS 2008-2009 / 229 . Molecular typing of Campylobacter jejuni by PCR and its subtyping using PCR-RFLP and PFGE) (with Microbiology) 5. Genomic diversity of E. A study of assessment of dietary fibre intake in patients with irritable bowel syndrome and healthy individuals 13. Retinoic acid is the microenvironmental cue determining disease activity in patients with ulcerative colitis 7. MDCT and EUS in the evaluation of patients with pancreatic head mass (with Radiology). Canada) 7. Natural history of steroid resistant and steroid responsive patients with ulcerative colitis 11. histolytica isolates and identification of genotype–clinical phenotype correlations 8. 2. Effect of steroid in celiac disease: A randomized controlled trial Collaborative Projects Completed 1. Dose ranging study of steroid (oral and intravenous) in patients with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis 6. Toronto. New Delhi) 6. Dynamics of differential T regulatory cell expression in inflammatory bowel disease and intestinal tuberculosis 9.4. Role of diffusion MRI. DMC Ludhiana. A study of emerging parasitic agents (intestinal coccidia and microsporidia) in the aetiology of malabsorption syndrome (with Microbiology). Prevalence of celiac disease in irritable bowel syndrome and dyspepsia 14. A double blind randomized trial to evaluate efficacy and tolerability of probiotics in mild to moderate ulcerative colitis. Genetics of inflammatory bowel disease in Indians and Asians migrated to Canada (with Mount Sinai Hospital. and PSRI. Role of leukocytapheresis in steroid dependent/refractory patients with ulcerative colitis 10. (with Multicentre. Fox p3 mRNA expression in patients with Crohn’s disease and intestinal tuberculosis 12. A prospective study to evaluate the role of Helicobacter pylori in benign and malignant hepatobiliary disease (with Surgery) 4. Quality of life assessment following palliative esophageal stenting (with Gastrointestinal Surgery) 3. To develop mouse model of acute pancreatitis and to correlate the severity of pancreatitis with the levels of TNF-á and IL-6 cytokines 5.

5. HCV quantitation assay and HEV quantitation assay development and their relevance (with Pathology). 10. 8. 4. (with Endocrinology and Metabolism). with Asia Pacific Colorectal Cancer Study Group). Studies on metronidazole resistance in laboratory grown and patient derived Entamoeba histolytica (with Jawaharlal Nehru University) 12. 10. Role of surface promoter mutations in hepatitis B surface antigen production and secretion in occult hepatitis B virus infection (with Pathology). Application of specific amplification of Entamoeba histolytica DNA for the diagnosis of amoebic liver abscess directly from ultrasound guided aspirated pus (with Microbiology). Cellular and humoral immunity studies among patients with acute hepatitis E virus infection (with Pathology). Prevalence of osteoporosis and osteopenia in patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Functional magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic resonance imaging in patients with achalasia cardia (with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance). Role of TNF-á in the pathogenesis of experimental acute pancreatitis and the effect of antiTNF-á therapy in attenuating the severity of pancreatitis and in the subsequent regeneration of the pancreas (with Anatomy). Identification and molecular characterization of bacterial flora in inflammatory bowel disease (with Jawaharlal Nehru University) 11. Randomised trial of endoscopic stenting versus cholecystojejunostomy in patients with periampullary cancer with obstructive jaundice (with GI Surgery). Derivation of a risk score to predict risk of advanced colorectal cancer (Collaborative study. 11. 3. 6. with Asia Pacific Colorectal Cancer Study Group). HBV mutants among patients with acute and chronic liver disease (with Pathology).8. A comparison of metabolites in the involved and non-involved segment of the colon in patients with inflammatory bowel disease using MR spectroscopy (with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance). Attitude towards colorectal cancer (Collaborative study. A randomized trial of endoscopic versus laparoscopic removal of common bile duct stones in patients with gallstones and CBD stones (with Surgery). 9. Ongoing 1. Comparative evaluation of PET CT scan and EUS in patients with suspected pancreatic malignancy (with Nuclear Medicine) 7. 13. 2. Autonomic and immune functions in inflammatory bowel disease: Effect of yogic intervention (with Physiology). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 230 . 9.

World J Gastroenterol 2008. et al. 21. 3. Kalaivani M. Reintroduction of anti-tubercular drugs in ATT induced hepatitis: Randomized controlled trial (with Medicine) 22. Makharia GK. Effect of treatment (laparoscopic cardiomyotomy and pneumatic dilatation) on structural and functional abnormalities of the lungs in achalasia (with General Surgery) 23. Scand J Gastroenterol 2009.9:593– 600. Ahuja V. Falodia S. short stature. Singh RR. Prevalence of celiac disease in high risk group such as seizure. PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Mirdha BR. Detection.14:1399–405. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 231 . 20. A prospective nationwide study of 1. 4. Choudhuri G. JOP 2008. Sharma U. Does the level of hepatitis B virus vaccination in health-care workers need improvement? J Gastroenterol Hepatol 2008. 17. Balasubramanian K. Balakrishnan V. systemic lupus erythematosus.086 subjects from India. rheumatoid arthritis. Kumar S. Metabolism of the colonic mucosa in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases: An in vitro proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy study. 16.23:1628–31. Prevalence of celiac disease in autoimmune diseases (autoimmune thyroid diseases. Intestinal permeability and its association with the patient and disease characteristics in Crohn’s disease. Veeraraju P. Banerjee D. Singh SP. progressive systemic sclerosis. metabolic bone disease (with Endocrinology and Neurology). High frequency of parasitic and viral stool pathogens in patients with active ulcerative colitis: Report from a tropical country. Unnikrishnan AG. Thareja S. Ahuja V. Genetic study of Giardia lamblia (with Microbiology). 18. Deb R. juvenile arthritis) (with Endocrinology and Medicine). 5. Pati SK. Makharia GK. Joshi YK. identification and molecular characterization of intestinal coccidia and microsporidia in patients with chronic diarrhoea and malabsorption syndrome (with Microbiology). 15. 2. Magn Reson Imaging 2009.44:325–31. Acharya SK. Dar L. 19. Benjamin J. Brain activation in response to visual and auditory cues in patients with irritable bowel syndrome (with Nuclear Magnetic Resonance). Chronic pancreatitis. PET-CT colonography: A new technique for evaluation of activity and extent of ulcerative colitis (with Nuclear Medicine). et al. Ahuja V. Thomas V. PET-CT enteroclysis: A new technique for evaluation of small intestinal inflammatory diseases (with Nuclear Medicine). PET-CT colonography: Evaluation of terminal ileal disease (Nuclear Medicine).27:79–86.14.

Kapil U. 15. Bhatia V. 20.46:57–9. Indian Pediatr 2008. 12.6. 9.68:183–5. Singh R. et al.27:22–8. Ghoshal UC. Trop Gastroenterol 2008. Kumar S. 18.45:330–1. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2008. Kapil U. Impact and management of hepatitis B and hepatitis C virus co-infection in HIV patients. India. Bhatia V. Gastrointest Endosc 2008. Arora VK. Garg PK. Batra Y.23:824–7. Urinary iodine excretion levels amongst schoolchildren in Haryana. 7. Acharya SK. Gastrointest Endosc 2008. Saraya A. Falodia S. Joshi YK. Shenoy KT. EUS diagnosis of a left gastric artery pseudoaneurysm and aneurysmogastric fistula seen with a massive GI haemorrhage (with video). Inflamm Bowel Dis 2008. Khadgawat R. Indian J Gastroenterol 2008. Gastrointest Endosc 2008. 14. Bhardwaj P. Time to stop giving indiscriminate massive doses of synthetic vitamin A to Indian children. Singla V. Dash NR. Ramachandran V.e2. Refining papillary balloon dilation: Less is better! J Gastroenterol Hepatol 2008. Kumar R. Garg PK.29:84–90. Jha JK.48:1577–85. Maulik SK. Tandon RK. 8. Dwivedi SN. Singhal A.17:592–6. 13. Sachdev HP.29:136–47. 10. Trop Gastroenterol 2008. Bhatia V. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 232 . Demonstration of peristalsis in gastric duplication cyst by EUS: implications for diagnosis and symptomatology (with videos). Paul SB. Acharya SK. Kapil U. Garg PK. Association between intestinal permeability and antiSaccharomyces cerevisiae antibodies in patients with Crohn’s disease.68:610–11. Makharia GK. Public Health Nutr 2009. Puri K.27:103–6. A randomized controlled trial of antioxidant supplementation for pain relief in patients with chronic pancreatitis. Kaur S. Panda SK. Lakshmy R. Prevalence of overweight and obesity in school children in Delhi. Prevalence of overweight and obesity amongst school children in Delhi. Kaur S. Epidemiological and clinical profile of irritable bowel syndrome in India: Report of the Indian Society of Gastroenterology Task Force. Saluja SS. Choudhuri G. Srivastava DN.68:389–91. Abraham P.14:1610–11. Gastroenterology 2009. Garg PK. Sharma R. Acharya SK. Indian J Gastroenterol 2008. Acharya SK. Isolated pancreatic tuberculosis mimicking intraductal pancreatic mucinous tumor. Duttagupta S. 11. Evaluation of bone mineral density among patients with inflammatory bowel disease in a tertiary care setting in India. Dash NR. Clinical relevance of HBV DNA load in patients with chronic hepatitis B infection. 16.136:149–159. Madan K. A 20-year single-centre experience with acute liver failure during pregnancy: is the prognosis really worse? Hepatology 2008. Kapil U. Bhatt C. 19. Indian Pediatr 2009. Bhatia V. Garg PK. Bhatia SJ.12:285–6. Gupta SD. Makharia GK. 17. Kalra N. Panda SK. Benjamin J. Madan K.

23.21. Danishad KA. Sinha SK. Acharya SK. AIIMS-MAMCPGI. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 233 .57:1166–76. Bhatia V. New Delhi: Jaypee Brother. Kapil U. Chapters in Books 1.23:1378–83. Pal S. 22. Logsdon C. Ahuja V. Chalamalasetty SB. Mizokami M. Madan K. Singh N. Lal S. Tandon RK. 28. Gulati M. Gamanagatti SR. Midha S. Sharma SK. Vaiphei K. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol 2008. Indian J Gastroenterol 2008. Byeon JS. Garg PK. 26. Indian J Med Res 2009.27:36–7. In: Gupta AK. Sinha S. J Gastroenterol Hepatol 2008. Endoscopic or percutaneous biliary drainage for gallbladder cancer: A randomized trial and quality of life assessment. Pandey RM. Makharia G. Sharma PK. Gupta AK. Misra A. 24. et al. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2008.39:157–63. Chowdhury V. Singh R. Jagannathan NR.36:141–5. Gupta A. Madan K.27:123–9. Investigation of hepatic gluconeogenesis pathway in non-diabetic Asian Indians with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease using in vivo ((31)P) phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Pal H. Pathak P.203:291–7. Atherosclerosis 2009. Clinical Aspects of Liver Cirrhosis: A Perspective for the Radiologist.17:276–9. Joshi YK. Garg PK. Sung JJ. Panda SK. Gut 2008. Erratum in: Indian J Gastroenterol 2008. Saluja SS. 27. Ahuja V. Vikram NK. Sano Y. Bhasin DK. Khandelwal N. Role of acute viral hepatitis as a confounding factor in antituberculosis treatment induced hepatotoxicity. Young GP. Batra Y. India.135:357–60. Asia Pacific Working Group on Colorectal Cancer. Serum zinc levels amongst pregnant women in a rural block of Haryana state. Sarda P. Prolonged fever with lymph nodal and liver involvement in a chronic alcoholic man. Garg P. Shwachman syndrome—variations of presentation in adults. 25. Garg P. Dwivedi SN. Mohan A. Acharya SK. Indian J Gastroenterol 2008. 2008:292– 304. HBV genotypes in India: Do they influence disease severity? Hepatol Res 2009. Paul SB. Lau JY. Pandey RM. et al. Garg PK. Asia Pacific consensus recommendations for colorectal cancer screening.e3. Sharma R. Diagnostic Imaging: Hepatobiliary System.6:944–50.129:64–7. Direct versus indirect action of cholecystokinin on human pancreatic acinar cells: Is it time for a judgment after a century of trial? Gastroenterology 2008. Cause and effect relationship of malnutrition with idiopathic chronic pancreatitis: Prospective case–control study. Sahni P. Saluja A. Singh S. 29. 30. Chiu HM. 31. Tandon RK. Makharia GK. Jayaswal A.27:85. Sreenivas V. Tanaka Y. Hemorrhage in acute pancreatitis: Should gastrointestinal bleeding be considered an organ failure? Pancreas 2008. Sachdev V.

API Textbook of Medicine. Makharia GK. Geriatric care: A text book of geriatrics and gerontology. 2008:32–52. Agarwal AK (eds). 2009:294–303. Mumbai: API. Acharya SK. Tuberculosis—A comprehensive clinical reference. 2009:577–84. 2009:66–76. In: Goenka GK. Acharya SK. In: Sharma SK (ed). Non invasive tools for diagnosis of inflammatory bowel disease. 7. In: Schaff HS. Text Book of Hepatology. 8. Gastrointestinal endoscopy. Makharia GK. Ahuja V. Sharma MP. Inflammatory bowel disease Kolkata: Sailee. 2008:690–1. Hepatitis E virus vaccine. Zumla A (eds). Tuberculosis. Sethy PK (eds). Ahuja V. New Delhi: Viva Books. Acharya SK. Granulomatous hepatitis. In: Sharma OP (ed). Upper gastrointestinal bleeding. 9. London: Saunders Elsevier. 5. 6. Rahman S (eds). Chennai: Elsevier. Goswami P. Gupta P. 2008:93–4. Das CJ. 4. Postgraduate Medicine. Panda SK. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. In: Das AK (ed). 3. Adult immunisation. Celiac disease in India. Medicine Update 2009. New Delhi: Association of Physicians of India. Makharia GK. Crohn’s disease in India: Searching for the needle in the haystack. Sharma MP. Makharia GK. In: Sharma SK. XXIII. 2009:368–75. 2008:210–16. In: Mahtab MA. Makharia GK. Sharma MP. Benign biliary stricture. Abdominal (Gastrointestinal tract) tuberculosis in adults. New Delhi: Viva Books. 2nd ed. 2009: 578–90.2. Makharia GK.348 New cases 919 377 179 333 Old cases 7205 1236 1603 221 . Geriatric care: A text book of geriatrics and gerontology. In: Agarwal AK (ed). Acute liver failure. PATIENT CARE Special clinics Name of the clinic Liver Gallstone and pancreas IBD and ulcer Interventional Routine clinic New cases Old cases AIIMS 2008-2009 / 234 14. In: Shah SN (ed). Navi Mumbai:Oscar Offset. 10. Mumbai: Association of Physicians of India.996 32. Singhal RK. 11. Falodia S. In: Sharma OP (ed). 2009:424–31. Vol.

Procedures Endoscopy Colonoscopy Endoscopic sclerotherapy and variceal ligation Sigmoidoscopy Side viewing endoscopy Endoscopic cholangiopancreatography Endoscopic ultrasound Ultrasound Tests undertaken in the department 1.000 370 140 1. 15. 5. 3. 2. 16. 9. 4. 6.020 250 4. 22. 12.000 1.890 3. 20. 13. 19. 8. Serum ceruloplasmin Serum copper 24-hour urinary copper TNF-á Il-6 IL-1â Adeponectin Insulin Lipid peroxidation Free radical antioxidant potential Vitamin C Leptin Superoxide dismutase TtG-1GA Nitric oxide Neutrophil function test Melatonin 1L-1á Il-8 IFN-y MCP-1 HBV-DNA (PCR) HBV-DNA (Real Time PCR) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 235 530 544 562 404 524 86 86 86 577 356 592 86 281 1200 338 90 260 238 238 238 200 863 150 12. 18.000 . 7. 11. 23. 21. 14. 10. 17.

51. 25. 44. 28. 35. 31. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr Pramod Garg was awarded an Overseas Associateship by the Department of Biotechnology for 6 months in 2008. HCV-RNA (PCR) HEV-RNA (PCR) Plasma glutamina (HPLC) Bile acid (HPLC) Il-6 (PCR) K-ras mutation (PCR) Ca19. 26. 38. 33. 48. 30. 36. 41. 29. 49. 46. 34. June–December 2008 at Inflammatory Bowel Disease Centre. 47. Massachusetts General Hospital. Harvard Medical School. 27. 39. 50.9 Pancreatic tissue DNA Matrix metalloproteinase-1 Matrix metalloproteinase-2 Matrix metalloproteinase-8 Matrix metalloproteinase-9 IgG4 LOH (PCR) FFPE tissue section DNA TNF-á (PCR) Plasma renin activity Myeloperoxidase activity L-Cathepsin Antiendotoxin antibody (IgG) Antiendotoxin antibody (IgM) C reactive protein D-xylose Faecal chymotrypsin Faecal fat Hydrogen breath test Blood ammonia Prothrombin time 750 70 450 92 200 120 180 114 40 182 101 101 20 50 25 200 80 35 80 80 80 80 670 187 190 236 200 1500 AWARDS.24. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 236 . 43. 37. 42. 32. 40. Dr Vineet Ahuja was awarded ICMR Young Biomedical Fellowship. 45.

Sub-Committee for Asia Pacific Guidelines on Management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Asian Neurogastroenterology and Motility Associations). Investigative committee for recommendations on tackling hepatitis B epidemic in Modasa. February 2009. New York. Asia Pacific Working Party on Inflammatory Bowel Disease. USA visited the department on 10 April 2008. USA visited the department on 16 March 2009. Mount Sinai School of Medicine. invited Member. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 237 . Young Clinician’s Programme. Task Force on celiac disease by Indian Council of Medical Research. nominated as Coordinator. Professor Paul Koltman. February 2009.Boston. nominated Secretary . Professor A. Indian Society of Gastroenterology. Postgraduate Training Clinics organized by Indian Society of Gastroenterology. Coordinator. elected Governing Council Member. Indian Society of Gastroenterology. Member. Dr Govind Makharia nominated Member. USA. Gujarat. McCullough. 2. VISITING SCIENTISTS 1.

A prospective pilot study to evaluate the efficacy of neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy in patients with locally advanced but resectable gall bladder cancer AIIMS 2008-2009 / 238 Nihar Ranjan Dash . Nihar Ranjan Dash. surgical postgraduates and postdoctoral trainees. Chattopadhyay Professor Peush Sahni Assistant Professors Sujoy Pal EDUCATION The department faculty is involved in the didactic teaching programme for undergraduates. RESEARCH Funded projects Ongoing 1. Continuing Medical Education Lectures The faculty delivered 14 CME lectures at various regional medical fora of the country. Funded by Department of Information Technology. The department offers 3 year superspecialty training in gastrointestinal surgery leading to an award of MCh in Gastrointestinal Surgery.9. TK Chattopadhyay. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Identification of novel esophageal squamous cell carcinoma genes by using a combination of array-based CGH and gene expression microarrays. Siddhartha Duttagupta and Sujoy Pal (Co-PIs). Ministry of Science and Technology. Safety of unilateral versus bilateral percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage in effective preliminary management of malignant hilar obstruction with jaundice. CDFD. Funds: Rs 99. Funds: Rs 73.26 lakh. 2.13 Gastrointestinal Surgery Professor and Head Tushar K. A prospective study of the quality of life following endoscopic oesophageal stenting for inoperable patients with oesophageal carcinoma 2. Government of India for 36 months. Peush Sahni. Departmental projects Completed 1. Government of India (2005–08). Funded by AIIMS. Funds: Rs 28 lakh. A randomized controlled pilot study. Murali Dharan Bashyam. Hyderabad (PI). Design development and commercialization of an indigenous syringe pump. 3.000.

A prospective evaluation of three field resection for carcinoma of mid-oesophagus 2. A prospective and retrospective evaluation of the long term outcomes of patients with incidental gall bladder cancer 4. A prospective randomized study to compare hand-sewn and stapled oesophagogastric anastomoses following transhiatal oesophagectomy 12. Study of gastric emptying following classical Whipple’s pancreatoduodenectomy and pyloruspreserving pancreaticoduodenectomy using scintigraphic techniques after randomizing them to antecolic or retrocolic gastrojejunostomy or pylorojejunostomy 7. A randomized controlled trial of resection versus bypass procedure for the treatment of corrosive stricture of oesophagus 3. transhiatal oesophagectomy alone for squamous cell cancer of the lower third of oesophagus 8. 13. Evaluation of long term outcome following oesophageal resections for cancer of oesophagus.3. A prospective randomized trial comparing preoperative radiotherapy and transhiatal oesophagectomy vs. 5. A randomized controlled trial of proximal lieno-renal shunt versus sequential endoscopic variceal ligation and endoscopic sclerotherapy for patients with extrahepatic portal venous obstruction (with Gastroenterology) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 239 . A prospective study of evaluation of neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy in adenocarcinoma of the gastro-oesophageal junction Ongoing 1. Prospective evaluation of the outcome following management of oesophageal perforations 9. Quality of life following transhiatal oesophagectomy in patients with carcinoma oesophagus. Prospective evaluation of choledochoscopy for various biliary tract disorders 10. Assessment of the problem of mucocele following bypass procedure for corrosive strictures of oesophagus Collaborative Projects Ongoing 1. Quality of life following restorative proctocolectomy in patients with refractory ulcerative colitis 4. Quality of life following operations for corrosive strictures of oesophagus 14. Long term follow up of lieno-renal shunt procedure in patients with extrahepatic portal vein obstruction 6. Prospective evaluation of the role of intraoperative enteroscopy in the management of obscure gastrointestinal bleeding 11.

Singh PP. Satyanarayana K. Sahni P. Buchler MW (eds). 3. Pal S. 2008:121–8.45:39–40. 4. New Delhi: Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology. Bavdekar SB. Sahni P. Vijayan VK. Chattopadhyay TK.62:132–3.21:105–6. Chattopadhyay TK. Chapters in Books 1. Pal H.55:2103–7. Advances in Gastrointestinal surgery. In: Chattopadhyay TK. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol 2008. Singh RK. Pal S. The role of endoscopic ultrasound in the evaluation of periampullary tumours (with Gastroenterology). Pal S. Vol. Pal S (eds). PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Tropical Hepatogastroenterology.6:944–50. Chattopadhyay TK. Chattopadhyay TK. Sahni P. 2007:192–239. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 240 . Prospective study on the effect of lienorenal shunt on pericholedochal collaterals causing portal hypertensive biliopathy (with Gastroenterology). Esophageal perforation—the problems of late presentation. Singh RK. 2008:238–63.54:78–9). 4. 2008. Sreehari U. Surgery of pancreatic tumors. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Gulati M. Chattopadhyay TK. Parikh P. Pal S. Role of neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy in adenocarcinoma of gastro-oesophageal junction (with Radiotherapy). Sahni P. New Delhi:Elsevier India. In: Haribhakti S (ed).2. 2. Sahni P. Indian J Cancer 2008. Sharma A.15. 2. Sahni P. Gulati RK. Cancer of oesophagus. A randomized controlled clinical trial of preoperative cholecystojejunostomy versus endoscopic stenting in surgical obstructive jaundice due to periampullary carcinoma (with Gastroenterology). New Delhi:Indian Association of Surgical Gastroenterology. Volume 15. Sahu DK. 3. 5. Pal S (eds). Ahmedabad:Haribhakti Educational Foundation. In: Shrikhande SV. Saluja SS. GI Surgery Annual. Parikh MN. In: Tandon BN (ed). Natl Med J India 2008. Clinical GI Surgery. Garg PK. Preoperative biliary drainage for malignant lesions of the head of pancreas.75:755. Chattopadhyay TK.45:81–2. Endoscopic or percutaneous biliary drainage for gallbladder cancer: A randomized trial and quality of life assessment. Statement on publishing clinical trials in Indian biomedical journals. Nayak BK. Books 1. J Postgrad Med 2008. New Delhi: BI Publications. Singh RK. Hepatogastroenterology 2008. Indian J Med Sci 2008. (The above article has been published simultaneously in the following journals: J Vector Borne Dis 2008. Friess H. GI Surgery Annual. Cancer of the oesophagus. 2008:3–38. 3.

AIIMS 2008-2009 / 241 . Appendix V Total number of operations performed Elective operations Emergency operations Number of operations performed (Special interest areas) Surgical jaundice Portal hypertension Oesophageal cancer Carcinoma gall bladder Ulcerative colitis Upper GI haemorrhage Lower GI haemorrhage Acute pancreatitis Chronic pancreatitis Biliary strictures Panccreaticoduodenectomy Liver resections Cadaveric liver retrievals AWARDS. Appendix III Total number of inpatient admissions (January 2007–December 2007) Surgical procedures Please see Chapter 6 (Hospital). Creighton University Medical Center. Appendix VI Total number of new patients seen Total number of old patients seen Special laboratory facilities Anal manometry Oesophageal manometry 24-hour ambulatory oesophageal pH monitoring Inpatients Please see Chapter 6 (Hospital). Nebraska. Omaha. VISITING SCIENTISTS 1. Department of Surgery. USA. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS 1791 5261 584 537 410 127 83 45 81 29 21 14 11 21 16 17 30 24 1 Dr Peush Sahni is the current representative of the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME) at the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors and is also the Editor of National Medical Journal of India. Dr Sumit Mittal.PATIENT CARE OPD and specialty clinics Please see Chapter 6 (Hospital).

Thalassaemia Symposium III in association with National Thalassaemia Welfare Society. Pre-conference workshops under the aegis of IAP-PHO chapter.. Sazawal EDUCATION The faculty is training undergraduates in Haematology and Medicine. workshops: • • • International conference on Atherosclerosis and thrombosis in association with South Asian Society of Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis. 7 November 2008. Pravas Mishra M Mahapatra AIIMS 2008-2009 / 242 . Continuing Medical Education Conferences.14 Hematology Professor and Head R Saxena Professors HP Pati Dr Rajat Kumar resigned from the post of professor. ‘Stem cell transplantation’ and ‘Thrombosis in newborns and children’. seminars. Short. . Presently eight residents are undergoing training inDM Clinical Haematology and six in DM Haematopathology . The department is running DM courses in Clinical Haematology and Haematopathology. Seventeen MSc students also undertook short-term training in molecular haematology for periods of 1 to 6 months during the year. Associate Professors S Tyagi Assistant Professors Tulika Seth Scientist S.9. and Clinical case studies for Paediatric students and postgraduates from MD Pathology in Haematology. LHMC and KSCH. Department of Paediatrics. 31 August 2008.and long-term training The department has provided 1–6 months training in the field of clinical and laboratory Haematology to eleven doctors from other institutions . Currently. Two candidates passed DM Clinical Hematology and one passed the DM Haemato-pathology examination. October 2008. five students were registered for PhD in Haematology.

Mumbai. ‘Serum transferrin receptors (sTfR) and sTfR. pre-conference Workshop.L. November 2008. Indian Society of Human Genetics . ‘Laboratory diagnosis of acute leukemia’. 24–26 January 2009. . Thrombosis workshop. 2009. 13 April 2008 ‘Bone marrow aspirate and biopsy in MDS’.P. Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences. AIIMS. Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences. Cytochemistry for leukemias. Bombay Hospital. 10 January 2009. Calcutta Society of Haematology and Blood Transfusion. Mumbai. Panelist AIIMS. Saxena • ‘Myelodysplastic syndromes in the WHO classification of tumours of haematopoietic and lymphoid tissues 2008 (4/e)’. KolKatta. Kapur Memorial Hospital.Lectures delivered Dr R. ‘Anemia in pregnancy’. ‘Evaluation of a bleeding patient–what’s new?’. January 2009. NICE Registry CMC Vellore. Pondicherry. 3rd Annual Conference of Orissa chapter meeting of Indian Society of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine. XV National CME in Haematology. 27 April 2008. 3–6 January 2008. 28 March 2009. ‘Flowcytometric methods for platelet dysfunction’. Mumbai 24–26 January 2009. Pati • • • • • ‘How safe is blood after viral screening tests?’. Bangalore. Bombay Hospital. Update on ALL. September 2008.Delhi. March 2009. ‘Monitoring of anticoagulant therapy’. ‘Peripheral blood examination in paediatric and neonatal age groups’. ‘PRCA Aetiology and Pathology’. Calcutta Society of Hematology and Blood Transfusion. Role of molecular genetics in Clinical Haematology’. New Delhi. XV National CME in Haematology. Update on ALL. Mumbai. Department of Haematology. Hyderabad. 49th annual conference of ISHTM. 8–9 November 2008. • • • • • • • • • • ‘Molecular genetics in Inherited bleeding disorders’. Kolkatta. XV National CME in Haematology. 20 December 2008. B. Symposium on ‘Advanced Clinical Application in Flow Cytometry’. Bombay Hospital. March 2009 ‘All you need to know about HbA2’. Cuttack. Hyderabad. 8–9 November 08 Flow cytometry in acute leukemia. Symposium on ‘Cancer biochemistry’. PGIMS Rohtak. National CME Module 5[1]. Hinduja Hospital. Dr H. Cytometry Society.Ferritin index’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 243 .

28–29 March 2009. Calcutta Medical College. 4 April 2009. Saxena • ‘How do I investigate for thrombophilia?’. Vellore. 28–29 March 2009. Dr Pravas Mishra • • • • • • ‘Immunophenotypic panel selection for haemato-lymphoid neoplasms’. APICON-2009. 47th Annual conference of Tata Main Hospital Clinical Society. ‘Will there be newer effective treatment in AML?’ XV National CME in Haematology. ‘Diagnosis and management of hypoplastic anaemia: Indian Perspective’. Bombay Hospital Mumbai. XV National CME in Haematology. Bombay Hospital. Kolkatta 8 February 2009.• ‘Hb F: Physio-patho-biological aspects in acquired and hereditary diseases’. Mahapatra • • • ‘Aplastic anaemia: Management guidelines’. Calcutta society of Haematology. DSH meeting. 24–26 January 2009. XV National CME in Haematology and Haemato-oncology. 47th Annual conference of Tata Main Hospital Clinical Society. Bombay Hospital Institute of Medical sciences. 3–6 January 2008. chaired session at the XV National CME in Haematology. ‘Clinical approach to splenomegaly’. ‘Transplantation in Aplastic anaemia’. ‘Complications of AML management’. Bombay Hospital. Delhi. XV National CME in Haematology and haematooncology. Indian bone marrow transplant registry meeting. 23–26 January 2009. Dr Seema Tyagi • ‘Gene expression profiling: Basics and haematological applications’. Mumbai. Mumbai. Jamshedpur. XV National CME in Haematology. Dr M. Dr Tulika Seth • • ‘Paediatric Myelodysplastic Syndrome’. Jamshedpur. ‘Bone marrow failure syndromes’. 25 January 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 244 . 1st National Update on Myelodysplastic Syndrome. Mumbai. 25 January 2009. Annual conference of Association of Physicians of India (API) Noida. ‘How I treat CML’. January 2009. 23–25 January 2009. September 2009 National and International Conferences Lectures delivered Dr R. Mumbai.30 January 2009. 26–27 July 2008. Presented AIIMS data on BMT. .

New Delhi. LHMC. National Thalassemia Welfare Society in association with Department of Paediatrics. New Delhi. ISHTM Conference 2008. 3rd National meet. ‘Prenatal diagnosis of ß-Thal by cord blood HPLC’. 8–9 November 2009. AIIMS. Tyagi S. January 2009. Gupta SK. September 2008. at Pondicherry. LHMC. PHOCON 2008. Dr Tulika Seth • • • ‘Paediatric Acute promyelocytic leukemia’. Dr M. India Habitat Centre. ‘Pathogenesis of thrombotic stroke in young: Indian scenario’. . Annual Meeting of Delhi Society of Haematology. New Delhi. ‘Histiomonophagocytic syndromes (HMP)’. Pati HP. September 2008. Leucocyte filters. Kapoor R. August 2008. Mahapatra • • Haemophilia: Issues in management. 3rd National meet. Annual Meet of PHO. • • • • Dr H. New Delhi. AIIMS. LHMC. 2008. conference. November 2008. Conference 2008. 1st National Update on Myelodysplastic Syndrome. 8–9 November 2009. India Habitat Centre.• • • • • ‘Interpretation of automated counter’. India Habitat Centre. Pati • • ‘PRCA: aetio-pathogenesis and diagnosis’. 8–9 November 2009. Panel discussion on bleeding and coagulation disorders in children. ‘Coagulation profile in polytrauma patients’. January –1 February 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 245 . September 2008 Sharma P. India Habitat Centre. LHMC and KSCH and Department of Haematology. ‘Bone marrow failure syndromes—case-based approach’. 64th Annual conference of Association of Physicians of India. New Delhi October 2008. Classification of Myelodysplastic Syndromes: Indian Scenario. APICON-2009. ‘Prolonged PT/APTT’. LHMC and KSCH and Department of Haematology AIIMS. Thalassaemia Symposium III National Thalassaemia Welfare Society in association with Department of Paediatrics.P. New Delhi November 2008 ‘Heparin induced thrombocytopenia: Diagnosis and management in SASAT’. PHOCON 2008. ‘Laboratory diagnosis of sickle cell disease’. Thalassaemia Symposium III. 3rd National Meet. New Delhi. IAPM Chennai December 2008. ISHTM Conference 2008. Noida 29. Pondicherry. August 2008. 49th annual conference of ISHTM. July 2008. PHOCON 2008. Haemophagocytic Syndrome Secondary to Tuberculosis: A Report of three rare cases. ‘Coagulation disorders—newer strategies in diagnosis’. ISHTM. August 2008. India Habitat Centre. Trauma Conference.

New Delhi. T. Quality assessment in Haemogram. – HO/19(O) Evaluation of Feasibility. AIIMS. Funded by ISHTM (2003–2008). 6 November 2009. Funded by DST (2008–2011). Funds: Depending on number of patients recruited. R. R. National Consultative Guidelines. India Habitat Centre. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 246 . Saxena. Funded by NuRx Pharmaceuticals Inc. 2. 6.) for 1st yeatR. Funds: Rs 4.• ‘Use of peg-GCSF in children’ and ‘Palliative care national guidelines’. Funded by ICMR (2008–2011). Saxena. R. Role of Nitric oxide in the development of stroke. Modulation of genes to understand the biology of stage progression in chronic myeloid leukemia patients. PEDICON 2009. R. International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research.Funds: Rs 8. ). New Delhi.5 lakh / year. Phase II Study of NRX 195183 therapy for patients with relapsed or refractory acute Promyelocytic leukemia. Saxena.9 lakh (for 1st year). Funded by INCTR (2001–2009). Bangalore. 3. Seth. Funded by AIIMS (2008–2010). XVI International conference of Palliative care. Saxena. Effect of genetic factors on variable clinical severity of HbE/âThalassaemia. Evaluation of molecular parameters affecting biology of chronic lymphocytic leukemia in India. 25 January 2009. Saxena. 7. (approx). – Oral presentation. Funded by WHO (2008–2009). Funds: 6 lakh approx (for 1st year) 4. • • RESEARCH FundedProjects Ongoing 1. 5. PHOCON 2008. Molecular characterization and treatment of acute lymphoid leukemia on protocol modified MCP 841. 8. US (2009–2010). – HO/22(O) Fanconi anemia: A clinical and genetic study of patients presenting with haematological manifestations. R. Funds: Rs 20 lakh. BRAIRCH. PEDICON 2009. 46th National conference of Indian Academy of Paediatrics. 25 January 2009. Funds: Rs 6 lakh (approx. Funded by ICMR (2009–2012). Funds: Rs 4 lakh. R.5 lakh/ year. Saxena. Saxena. Funds: Rs 2 lakh. Oral presentation. 46th National conference of Indian Academy of Paediatrics. 3rd National meet. Validation of Haemoglobin colour scale for Haemoglobin estimation: a multicentric study. Bangalore . ‘Introduction to Paediatric Palliative care’. 15 February 2009. Outcome and Complications of The First 20 Allogeneic Paediatric Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplants From A Large Government Hospital. Rs 1.

Role of nitric oxide and the enzymes controlling its level. DepartmentalProjects Completed 1. 2. Funds: Rs 5. Molecular genetics of Acute myeloid leukaemia (2004–2009) 4.IX. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 247 . Role of PG3 antibody in detection of PML Rara in APML (2007–2009). Iron deficiency anaemia: Prevalence of refractory IDA and response to iron in IDA.9. 5. Funded by NATCO (2008–2010). Effect of glucocorticoids on vWF levels and its correlation with vWF gene promoter polymorphism 2. Funded by DST (2004 – July 2008). 10. R. Platelet aggregation in CML (2005–2008) 3. Saxena. Ongoing 1. Role of alpha thaslassaemia in pts with iron refractory microcytosis and normal HbA2 3. Detection of mutations underlying Gleevac resistance in CML (2006–2009). Molecular defects in von Willebrand’s disease and their correlation with phenotype (2006–2009). Role of FCM immunophenotyping in CLPD 4. An open label. 9. Funds: Rs 21. Angiogenesis in bone marrow biopsy in myelofibrosis. Funded by ICMR (2005 onwards).5 lakh. X and XIII (2006–2009) 5. Pravas Mishra. 12. phase 1 dose escalation clinical trial of nrc-an-019 in patients with all phases of chronic myeloid leukemia. Rs 11 lakh / year. Saxena. A Quantitative D-Dimer Assay for diagnosis and prediction of outcome in DIC (2007–2008). 8. Fanconi anemia molecular characterization 11. A study of the prevalence and type of anaemia in lymphoid malignancies 2. With CD34 imuno-histochemistry. Funded Research Completed 1. Effect of modulating factors on Indian HbE patients (2006–2009) 6. R. Role of Molecular studies in pathogenesis of (MDS) in Indian patients (2005–2009). who are resistant or intolerant to imatinib mesylate. in the development of ischemic stroke in young Indians (2007–2010) 7. WD. Molecular Genetics underlying Inherited Deficiencies of Factors VIII .46 lakh. Elucidation of molecular genetics of acute leukaemia.

Saxena R. Bakshi S. Prevalence of DVT/ Pulmonary embolism in critically ill medical patients (with Medicine). [Epub ahead of print]. Dolai TK.13. Ahmad F. Ann Hematol 2009. Saxena R. ). PUBLICATIONS Publication in Journals including abstracts published in journals 1. Anand H. 3.21: 835–41. 2. et al. Rathi S. Dolai TK. Bajaj J. Choudhary VP. Ranjan R. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 248 . 5. Bajaj J. ) 2. Biswas A. Mahapatra M. Delhi. Flow cytometric study of granulocyte and red cells in PNH CollaborativeProjects Completed 1. 3. Kannan M. Thromb Res 2008. et al. Mahapatra M. IIT. Ahmad F. Inherited platelet function disorders versus other inherited bleeding disor ders: an Indian overview. Ahmad F. ) 4. Evaluation of platelet receptor polymorphism and thrombogenic mutation in patients with coronary artery disease (with Cardiology). Saxena R. Role of ART in HIV positive patients (with Medicine. Bhargava R. An unusual presentation of eosinophilic variant of chronic myeloid leukaemia (eoCML). 6. 4. Flow cytometeric Characterization of Blasts in myelodysplastic syndrome. Indian J Pathol Microbiol 2009. Development of new fluorescent biosensor for evaluation of Iron profiles in haematological disorders (with Department of Biomedical Engineering. Mishra P. Zinc as an immunomodulator in the treatment of possible serious bacterial infections in infants more than 7 days and up to 4 months of age (with Paediatrics) 2. Singhal D. Determination the prevalence of Clopidogrel Resistance in CAD and evaluation of the role of P2Y12 Gene Polymorphism in its pathogenesis (with Cardiology). Bhargava R. Singhal D. Ann Hematol 2008. Inherited platelet function disorders versus other inherited bleeding diso rders: An Indian overview. Transient leukemia. Thromb Res 2007. Choudhary VP. Pure red cell aplasia associated with thymoma: Is thymectomy the cure? Leuk Res 33:e17–e18. Saxena R. 14. Ongoing 1. 3.52:257–9.88:89–90. Evaluation of anaemia in patients with solid tumors (with Oncology. Kannan M. Kannan M. Rathod N. Impact of 789Ala/Ala genotype on quantitative type of von Willebrand disease. Ranjan R. Aggrawal DK.

13. Choudhary DR. Hairy cell leukaemia: Clinical. Indian J Cancer 2008. pathological and ultrastructural findings in Asian-Indians. Kumar R. Biswas A. Br J Haematol 2008. Akhter MS.7. 9. Intracranial haemorrhage in childhood immune thrombocytopenic purpura. 17. et al. 10. Mahapatra M. Ann Hematol 2008. Allogeneic haematopoietic SCT performed in non-HEPA filter rooms: Initial experience from a single centre in India. Hairy cell leukemia: Clinical. Kumar R. Ranjan R. Choudhary DR. Biswas A. 15. Kumar R. mutations. Haematologica 2008. Saut N. Naithani R. Yadav BK. 45:41–4. et al. 45:41–44. Biswas A. Ranjan R. Tiwari AK. Biswas A. Efficacy of cyclosporine as a single agent therapy in chronic idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura. Mishra P. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 2009. Chatterjee T. Biswas A. Saxena R. Naithani R.392:21–4. Ranjan R. Mahapatra M. Meena A. Panigrahi I. Mahapatra M.43:115–19. Akhter S. Meena A. Meena A. polymorphisms and the risk of ischemic stroke in young Asian Indians. Yadav BK. pathological and ultrastructural findings in Asian-Indians. Effect of wheat grass therapy on transfusion requirement in thalassemia major. Panigrahi I.88:473–8. Tiwari AK. 18. Thrombin activatable fibrinolysis inhibitor gene polymorphisms are associated with antigenic levels in the Asian-Indian population but may not be a risk for stroke. et al.52:529–31. 16. Meena A. Saxena R. Kumar R. Mishra P. Meena A. Ranjan R. Haematologica 2008. Choudhary D. Kumar R. Akhter MS.143:581–8. Naithani R. Mahapatra M. Mahapatra M. Meena A. Yadav BK. mutations. Ranjan R. Choudhary DR. Ranjan R. Mahapatra M. Munisamy M. Pati HP. 12. Akhter MS.41:750–3. Akhter MS. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 249 . Akhter MS. [Epub 2008 October 4] 11. et al. Yadav BK. Factor V Leiden: Is it the chief contributor to activated protein C resistance in Asian-Indian patients with deep vein thrombosis? Clin Chim Acta 2008. Chatterjee T. Indian J Pediatr 2009. first report from Asia. Biswas A. et al. Yadav BK. Mishra P. Naithani R. Clin Biochem 2008. Pati HP. Naithani R.18:103–10. Indian J Cancer 2008. Mahapatra M. Bajaj J. and their association with pediatric non-cardioembolic stroke in AsianIndian patients. et al. Dolai TK. Homocystine levels. Prothrombotic polymorphisms. (discussion e63) 19. Frere C. Mishra P. Efficacy of cyclosporine as a single agent therapy in chronic idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura. Bone Marrow Transplant 2009. Seth T. et al.93:e61–e62. et al. 14. Kumar R. 8.TAFI antigen level variability in young healthy Asian Indians. Ann Hematol 2009. Pediatr Blood Cancer 2009. Tiwari AK. Panigrahi I. Naithani R. and their association with paediatric non-cardioembolic stroke in Asian-Indian patients. et al. et al. Pati HP. Kumar R. Prothrombotic polymorphisms. Naithani R. Saxena R.93:1113–15.

Kar R.41:219–22. et al. Obser T. Mishra P. Is imatinib safe during pregnancy? Leuk Res 2008. Mahapatra M. Kumar R. Role of RFLP using TspRI for carrier detection in Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia: A report on two families. 28. Kar R. Hemoglobin 2008. Evaluation of eosin-5-maleimide flow cytometric test in diagnosis of hereditary spherocytosis. Immunoglobulin free light chains: do they have a role in plasma cell leukemia? Hematology 2008. Clinically unsuspected Hodgkin’s lymphoma diagnosed Primarily from trephine biopsy: Report of Six cases. Kannan M. Bhargava R. [Epub ahead of print]. 25. Dolai TK.]. Yadav BK. Int J Lab Hematol 2008. Genetic defects in von Willebrand disease type 3 in Indian and Greek patients. Kar R.20. Pati HP. Ahmad F. Mishra P. Anand M. Clin Chim Acta 2009 [Feb 24. Epub 2004 Aug 14. 31. Clin Appl Thromb Hemost 2009. Kannan M. 24:63–6. Pati HP. Pati HP. Bhargava R. Pati HP. Dolai TK. Saxena R. [Epub 2008 Dec 30] 26. 21. Indian Journal of Blood and Transfusion 2008. Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia in North Indians: Sub classification and carrier detection by flow cytometry. Jain P. Gupta PK. 20:12–5. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 250 . Tyagi S. et al. SASAT (South Asian Society on Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis) proposal for regulatory guidelines for generic low-molecular weight heparins (LMWHs). Blood Cells Mol Dis 2008. Yadav BK. Is imatinib safe during pregnancy? Leuk Res 2008. 33. Das A. Bhargava R. Indian J Pathol Microbiol 2008. Dolai TK. Carrier detection in Glanzmann thrombasthenia: Comparison of flow cytometry and Western blot with respect to DNA mutation. Dutta S. Actinomycetes species infection in a patient of T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) presenting with loculated pleural effusion. Mishra P. Saxena R. Kannan M. [Epub ahead of print] 22. 23. Mahapatra M. Biswas A. Seth T. Am J Clin Pathol 2008. 27. Kumar R. Epub 2008 May. Oyen F. Kumar P.130:93–8. Ahmad F. Jain P. Kumar R. et al. Pediatr Hematol Oncol 2008. 29. Tyagi S.32:520–3. 32.25:477–80. Int J Lab Hematol 2009. Yadav BK. Platelets 2009.15:8–11. Yadav BK.83:625–7. Budde U. Leong W. Ahmad F. Kar R. Adamtziki E. Dutta S. Carrier detection in severe von Willebrand’s disease. Ahmad F. Crystal Storing histiocytosis: A rare presentation of plasma cell myeloma. Dutta S. Kalodiki E.13:344–7. Seth T. Saxena R. Ann Hematol 2004. Gupta PK. SASAT and task force on generic LMWHs. Kannan M. 24. et al. Bhargava R. 34. Mishra P. Saxena R. Kannan M. Kumar R. Kar R. Chakrabarti P. 30. et al. Saxena R. Modulation of clinical phenotype of Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia by thrombogenic mutations. et al. Hereditary spherocytosis with high fetal haemoglobin: An interesting case. Mahapatra M.51:186–9. Pati HP.

Dixit A. Tyagi S. Kumar R. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 251 . Dolai TK. Choudhry VP. Mishra P. Fournier’s gangrene and scrotal ulcerations during alltrans-retinoic acid therapy for acute promyelocytic leukemia.51:303–4. Tyagi S. 36. 42. Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria in childhood and adolescence—a retrospective analysis of 18 cases. Kar R.Hereditary spherocytosis with high fetal hemoglobin: an interesting case. Mahapatra M. Naithani R.32:520–3. Mahapatra M.25:149–51. Mahapatra M. Dolai TK. Sole acquired trisomy 21 in a case of CD7 and CD10 positive acute myeloid leukemia. Bhargava R. Kumar R. Triphenotypic acute leukemia with TRAP-positive blasts: A pathological rarity. Naithani R. Indian J Cancer 2008. Mishra P. Saxena R. Intracranial haemorrhage in patients with congenital haemostatic defects.93:1416–18. De-novo CD5 + B.14:952–5. Hemoglobin 2008. Haematologica 2008. et al. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Seth T. 47. 39. Kumar R. Dixit A. Kumar R. 38. Naithani R. Mahapatra M. Kumar R. Dolai T. Agarwal N. Kumar R. Mahapatra M. Mahapatra M. Naithani R. Mishra P. 44.Allogeneic hematopoietic SCT performed in non-HEPA filter rooms: initial experience from a single centre in India.PLL presenting at younger age with favourable outcome.35. Haemophilia 2008. 48. 43. Kriplani A. Sharma P.14:952–5. 49. Naithani R. Bone Marrow Transplant 2008 37. Kumar R. Saxena R. Naithani R. Trop Doct 2007. Intracranial haemorrhage in patients with congenital haemostatic defects. Saxena R. Leuk Res 2009. Transformation of Myelodysplastic syndrome to T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in young adult. Bhargava R.50:1294–5. Pediatr Hematol Oncol 2009. Saxena R. Mishra P. 40. Naithani R. Bhatla N. Haemophilia 2008. et al. Pati HP. Kumar R. Mishra P. Early discharge from hospital after consolidation chemotherapy in acute myeloid leukemia in remission: febrile neutropenic episodes and their outcome in a resource poor setting. Mahapatra M. Mahapatra M. 41. Kar R. 46. Kumar R. Saxena R. Transformation of myelodysplastic syndrome to T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia in a young adult. Mukhopadhyay A. Pseudotumor cerebri in a child in early phase of induction therapy for APL with ATRA. Physiological macrocytosis of pregnancy.37:42–3. Pediatr Blood Cancer 2008. Pati HP. Anand H. Singhal D. Naithani R. Asthana B. 45. Mahapatra M. Naithani R. Naithani R.75:575–8. Kumar R. 26:100–2. Raina V.45:132–4. Dutta P. Paediatr Hematol Oncol 2009. 26:100–2. Turkish Journal of Hematology 2008. Naithani R. et al. Indian J Pediatr 2009. Does familial predisposition exist in idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura? Pediatr Blood Cancer 2008.

Clin Chim Acta 2008. Mumbai: 2009. Saxena R. Effect of Imatinib Mesylate on Platelet Aggregation Abnormalities in BCR-ABL + CML Patients. Cryptococcal neformans profiles in peripheral blood neutrophils. Ann Hematol 2009. 56. Saxena R. Mogalluru US. Effect of alpha-gene numbers on phenotype of HbE/beta thalassemia patients. Importance of investigating somatic and germline mutations in hemophilia A: A preliminary study from All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Rao S. experience from a tertiary care centre in north India: A brief report.14:122–4. Mahapatra M. 52.1:32–40.395:175–7. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 252 . Mohanty S. Pati HP. Clin Chim Acta 2008. Pleomorphic multiple myeloma: published as slides of the week in the slide atlas of www. Seth T. Akhter MS. et al. Sharma V. Indian J Pathol Microbiol 2009. 53.chorionic villus sampling and cordocentesis: All India Institute of Medical Science experience. Ranjan R. Kannan M. Deka D. Saxena R. Saxena R. Ranjan R. Indian J Pathol Microbiol 2008.51: 59. Biswas A. Prenatal diagnosis of haemophilia A by. Glanzmann’s Thrombasthenia: An overview.com. 55.389:103–8.396:93–4. Association of HbE with Hb Lepore and alpha triplication in a Bengali family. Saxena R. Kumar R. Sharma P. Hematology 2009. Rao S. Kar R. Multi-organ failure due to Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Aspergillus flavus infection after allogeneic bone marrow transplantation. Saxena R. Kar R. Sharma V. Saxena R. JIMSA 2009. Pati HP.92:79–84. Chapters in Books 1. 57. Indian Journal of Blood and Transfusion 2008.Bloodmed. Saxena R Clinical and hematological profile of HbE/Ggamma (Agammadeltabeta) and Ggamma (Agammadeltabeta) 0/beta0 patients. Mishra P. Pseudo Chediak-Higashi anomaly in acute myelomonocytic leukemia. Srinivas U. Hematology Today. Anand H. 2008. Choudhry VP. India. Blood (ASH Annual Meeting: Abstract 4251 American Society of Hematology. Saxena R. an unusual presentation.24:78–80. Seth T. Platelet count: Intricacies and Pitfalls. Asthana B. Saxena R. Yadav BK. Seth T. Kabra M.112.50.52:255–6. Ahmed RH. 60. In: Agarwal MB (ed). 61. 51. Stem cell therapy in children. Tyagi S. Vox Sang 2007. et al. Sharma P. 58. Clin Appl Thromb Hemost 2008. Blood (ASH Annual Meeting Abstracts) 2008. Dolai TK. 62. Kannan M. Meena A. Bhargava R. Bhardwaj R. Sharma V. Biswas A. Meena A. Clin Chim Acta 2008. Use of HbA estimation by CE-HPLC for prenatal diagnosis of beta-thalassemia. 54. Mahapatra M. Epub 2008. Deka D.

Pati HP. In: Agarwal MB (ed). 7. Management of acute leukemia in India–IHTM. In: Agarwal MB (ed). 4... What all you need to know about HbA2. Bone marrow failure syndromes. The Association of Physicians of India. Kochi. Saxena R. Dr H.. Mumbai: 2009.. Gupta SK. Management of acute leukemia in India –IHTM. Complications in acute myeloid leukemia management. Tyagi S.2. In: Chakrabarti P (ed). 11. Distinguished career award at SASAT Conference 2008. Mishra P. Seth T. Mumbai: 2009: 527–36. Update 2009. Kar R. 12. Gene Expression Profile: Basics and Hematological applications. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 253 . September 2008. Physio-patho-biological aspects in acquired and hereditary diseases. In: Agarwal MB (ed). Mumbai: 2009:577–86. Breaking bad news and counselling of leukemia patients. In: Agarwal MB (ed). . In: AK Agarwal (ed). 3. Hematology 2009.. Mumbai: 2009. Seth T. Pati HP. Indian College of Physicians (FICP). 49th annual Conference of India Society of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine. Hematology Today. Australia.. In: Agarwal MB (ed). In: Chakrabarti P (ed).New Delhi Jaypee Brothers 2008 AWARDS AND HONOURS Dr R Saxena was awardedLife time achievement award in Haematology by Mumbai Hematology Group 2009. . Fellow . Hematology Today. 6. Department of Science and Technology. Hematology Today. How I treat CMLL: Medicine? . Book 1. Mishra P. 5.G. Management of acute leukemia in India –IHTM. Hematology Today. Pondicherry. 10. September. Support for families with acute Leukemia. Seth T. 8. PRCA Aetiology and Pathology. Serum transferrin receptors (sTfR) and sTfR-F index. Proceedings of the XV National CME in Haematology. Saxena R. 9. Pati H. Rao S.P. Mahapatra received JN Berry Award from Associations of Physicians of India (API). Parekh Oration. 63rd APICON-2008. Dr M. In: Agarwal MB (ed). Hematology Today. . In: Chakrabarti P (ed). Atlas for Hematopathology. PATI received Dr J. 25 January 2009. India. Mumbai: 2009. Dr Pravas Mishra endeavour Executive Award. an Indian perspective. Kar R. Hb F. Hematology Today. Saxena R. Will there be newer effective treatment in AML. Mishra P. Mumbai: 2009.

728 129 No.714 55 16 1.697 2. 1.Laboratory Investigations The department has a well equipped haematology laboratory and conducted the following tests Tests for anaemia Test HPLC Sickling Hb electrophoresis G6PD S Iron Coombs CD55/CD59 PNH (Ham’s test) Sucrose lysis Plasma haemoglobin Urine hemosiderin Osmotic fragility/incubated osmotic fragility Heinz bodies Methemoglobin Cold agglutinins Cryoglobulins Iron stain Molecular tests for a thalassemia Haemogram and biopsy Haemogram Reticulocyte count Bone marrow aspirate Biopsy Reticulin special stain 34.944 518 252 48 48 156 179 274 11 01 05 01 257 35 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 254 .015 1.257 1.347 3.

315 mut.21.460 780 750 250 250 300 200 450 150 140 14 43 60 35 26 35 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 255 . Dimer Fibrinogen Proglob C Protein C Protein S APCR AT-III P2GP S.790 1.540 1.FIT3) Cytochemistry LAP 506 409 225 5.t8.Tests for Haemostasis Short screening coagulogram Factor assay Inhibitors screening Factor inhibitors assay INR Lupus anticoagulant Platelet Function Test D.800 695 378 13 5. 17.318 2.Inv16. t15. Homocysteine VWD DNA Parental detection DNA : Carrier detection FV Leiden MTHFR P2010 Thalassaemia molecular test Tests for leukemia Molecular studies for leukemias (BCRABL.

Twenty allogeneic transplants were performed successfully. haemophilia. procedures and blood product transfusions for haematological patients. idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura. Haematology ward and others) 378 925 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 256 . myelodysplastic syndrome. aplastic anemia. multiple myeloma and various other haematological disorders have been treated by the haematology department asindoor patients. lymphomas. Inpatients census General ward patients Private ward patients TOTAL Haematology Daycare Centre Census of April 2008 to March 2009 of Hematology Daycare Centre Month Blood Bone Biopsy & Bone Chemo IT Others Total Transfusions Marrow Aspirates therapy Admission April 362 82 76 16 5 541 May June July August September October November December January February March TOTAL 251 362 217 133 350 104 221 292 256 255 256 3059 92 103 120 91 93 112 106 68 87 94 126 1174 130 78 118 92 112 104 125 101 147 145 151 1379 16 12 12 21 21 15 22 19 8 19 10 191 9 9 6 7 13 24 24 7 9 11 12 136 498 564 473 344 589 359 498 487 507 524 555 5939 547 (C2. The department also has a Daycare Centre for chemotherapy.Flow cytometry Acute leuk 2008 2009 Total 75 136 211 CML 3 4 7 CD34 19 4 23 PNH 22 21 43 CLL 8 5 13 GTT 10 3 13 PATIENT CARE Inpatient treatment Increasing number of patients of leukemias.

SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr R.Institution Ethics Committee. Reach the World Forum of International society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis. Saxena Member . The results were evaluated and communicated to the participating laboratories to take corrective steps in case theperformance was out of acceptable range.30 am to 6. Care to haemophilia was provided in coordination with Haemophilia Federation of India.Friday Monday Specialty Care Clinics Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant clinic Haemostasis Clinic (HC) Long Term Leukemia survivor Clinic Male Female Old cases 9249 6166 Total (H) HO 15.00 pm Oncology Patients in Hematooncology clinic (HO). All the specimens were prepared in the department and sent for analysis to the participating laboratories.Wednesday. COMMUNITY SERVICES The department of haematology provided consultative services to patients of thalassaemia. red cell indices and peripheral blood smear in the Department of haematology along with Indian Society of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine . The EQAP programme was conducted on the basis of ISO-IEC guide43 and WHO guidelines.Clinical Apheresis Procedures Single donor platelets (SDP) Peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) collection Plasma pheresis OPD Out patient department runs on the third floor of the Amrit Kaur OPD block as per schedule below Monday. in coordination with National Thalassemia Welfare Society. AIIMS since August 2008.935 5000 4415 HT 660 HL 440 Grand total Regular Haematology 9. Special clinics HC HA CML 4520 19. Indian Society of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine 2008– 2009. There were about 550 participating laboratories availing services of the programme. Executive AIIMS 2008-2009 / 257 ... Member Secretary .415 Total (H) 2858 6000 HS 1320 Tuesday morning Thursday morning Saturday morning.s 870 19 2 Male Female New Cases 1829 929 Grand total 5278 External Haematology Proficiency Testing Programme Dr R Saxena coordinatedExternal Quality Assurance Programme in complete blood counts. President Elect.

Member. Chairman. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 258 . Technical Specification for single bid equipment. anatomy 2005. Pati was elected Honorary secretary of India Society of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine for 3 years (2008–2011). ICMR project review committee for Genetics. Mahapatra continued as an Executive member of Indian Society of Haematology and Transfusion Medicine (ISHTM). Canada. 2005. HFI. haematology. Technical Specification Committee for computer stationery Dr H. Member Subject expert committee for technical evaluation of proposals under women scientist scheme. Government of India. University of British Columbia after completing one year Fellowship in Leukemia and Bone Marrow Transplant. Since 2003. Member. Coordinator ISHTM-IIMS EQAP.. Member. Dr M..Fellow. Department of Science and Technology.Member. Organizing Secretary. Medical Advisory Board. Indian society of Haematology and Transfusion medicine. June 2005. golden jubilee conference of Indian Society of Haematology and Transfusion medicine (ISHTM). Vancouver.

Sharma (Medical Superintendent. 2008.B. Singh (Main Hospital) EDUCATION The Department of Hospital Administration is running a 2-year postgraduate programme for students in Hospital Administration. AIIMS. 12 noon – 1 p. Twenty Medical Superintendents of Coal India Ltd. The Department of Hospital Administration became 1st department in AIIMS hospital to be ISO certified. case studies. The Department introduced a paradigm shift in the Academic programme by launching Integrated Learning Modules for the residents of Department of Hospital Administration from 1st January. MHA (Masters in Hospital Administration) course entered its 43rd year of inception. it was officially started in February 1966 for the first time in India and has since been recognized as a distinct post-graduate discipline by Medical Council ofIndia The Residency Programme in Hospital Adminstration focusses on ‘hands on’ training. AIIMS) D. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences. Ranchi t in January 2009.P. round the clock as ‘Duty Officers’..15 Hospital Administration Head Shakti Kumar Gupta & (Medical Superintendent. Dr R. Main Hospital) Additional Professor Sidhartha Satpathy (BRA-IRCH and Main Hospital) I. Faculty members conducted several training programmes for the doctors working in various organizations including Central and State Governments. and 4 pm – 5 pm everyday.m. . discussions.00 am – 9 a. This includes lectures. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 259 Associate Professors Sanjay Arya (Main Hospital ) Aarti Vij (ORBO. a one day sensitization programme in January 2009. etc. receiving the prestigious ISO 9001:2000 certification in the month of October. from 8. where Resident Administrators man the ‘Control Room’ of the hospital. 2008. journal club.9. Various guest lectures were also organized in the Department . and coordinate all the hospital activities . problem-based learning. The present..K. CT & NS Centre) . • • • Training was also imparted to two WHO fellows from Myanmmar for a period of one month in March 2009. Ranchi and also private sector management institutes. USA . Each faculty member is assigned ‘Moderator’ for a specific period. Paramilitary Forces and in various PSUs such as IICM. Fifteen Students of Health Sector Management Programme (HSMP) from Boston University School of Management.m..

. 2009. AIIMS. CME on ‘Laws applicable to hospitals’. ‘Drivers of childhood obesity – Indian context’. AIIMS. Indian Institute of Coal Management. CME on ‘Legal and ethical issues in medical practice’. March 2009. Four officers from Armed Forces Medical College. New Delhi. Two students of Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences. for senior Healthcare Executive Professionals. February 2009. Training Programme on ‘Hospital Administration’ for Medical Superintendents and GDMOs. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 260 . Hyderabad for three months’ observership from September to November 2008. New Delhi. Pune. New Delhi. • • • • • Lectures delivered • • • • • • ‘Value-based project management’. Pune . AIIMS. Workshop on ‘Standardization of syllabus for PG course in hospital administration’. January–February. AIIMS. AIIMS. In collaboration with Christian Medical Association of India. January 2009. AIIMS. April 2008.• • • One student from Deccan School of Management. of Coal India Ltd. ‘Role of national human rights commission in relation to hospitals—ethics in healthcare and research’. South Asian Conference and CME on ‘Synergy in Healthcare’. March 2009. 2008. ‘Healthcare executive management development programmes’. November 2008. ‘Mass casualty incident and triage’. AIIMS. New Delhi. In collaboration with Medical Council of India and World Health Organization. January 2009. Goa. Ranchi. workshops • ‘Planning and designing of healthcare facilities with focus on safe hospitals and patient safety’. in improving the sub-urban Railway System in Mumbai and improvement in the health of the travelling public–a case study. two weeks’ training in October 2008. two weeks’ training in October 2008. AIIMS. In collaboration with WHO and in association with The Indian Institute of Architects (NC) and The School of Planning and Architecture. April and September. Eleven students of MD (Community Health Administration/Diploma in Health Administration) from National Institute of Health and Family Welfare. • CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION Conferences. ‘Medical tourism – scope in India’. October 2008. seminars. In collaboration with World Health Organization. August 2008. AIIMS. April 2008. ‘Role of Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation’. two and half months’ training from May 2008 – July 2008.

15 April 2008. ‘Challenges before Hospital Administrators vis-à-vis Changing Role of Hospitals’. Department of Hospital Administration in collaboration with WHO India office. 2nd Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. Goa. February 2008.• • • ‘Merging accreditation. AIIMS. 2nd Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. Poster making. 2nd Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. 15th Annual Conference of Vascular Society of India.2008 during Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. New Delhi. Collage making and Caricature drawing competition in the Annual festival of AIIMS. 16 September 2008. quality improvement and safety: a strategy for hospital excellence’. National and International ConferencesLectures delivered Dr Shakti Kumar Gupta • • • ‘Hospital networking in disaster management’. ‘Public relations and media management’. ‘Leadership–a perspective’. Sharma • Actively involved in teaching and training hospital administration residents. 6–7 November 2008. Department of Hospital Administration in collaboration with WHO India office. ‘Earthquake risk mitigation for hospitals’. ‘Inventory management’. September 2008. Chandigarh. Goa. 15th April 2008. Goa. Government Medical College. 14 April 2008. in the training programme on ‘Disaster healthcare management’. 2nd Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. ‘Equipment management–issues. Department of Hospital Administration in collaboration with WHO India office. National Institute of Disaster Management. PULSE as a prelude to SASHCON-2008 on the theme ‘Planning and Designing of Healthcare Facilities with focus on Safe Hospitals and Patient Safety’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 261 . challenges and strategies’. 15 April 2008.K. Department of Hospital Administration in collaboration with WHO India office. 14 April 2008. Department of Hospital Administration in collaboration with WHO India office. ‘Public private partnership and outsourcing on 14th April. 14 April 2008. Goa. • • • • • • Dr D. Goa. Department of Hospital Administration in collaboration with WHO. Department of Hospital Administration in collaboration with WHO India office. Goa. 2nd Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. ‘Safety in vascular surgery’. September 2008. AIIMS. ‘Principles and logistics of disaster management’. 2nd Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. July 2008.

and ‘Disciplinary procedures in hospitals–CQI and accreditation–means and relationship for efficient health care’. ‘Management of hospitals during strikes’. Health and Human Rights. 18th April 2008. Vadodara. 16–20 September 2008. Infection Control and Information Management System during sensitization programme for Chief Divisional Medical Officers of Indian Railways. Goa. 6–8 January 2009 and 2–5 February 2009. 21 March 2009. Railway Staff College. NIHFW. 8–9 September 2008.• • Delivered lectures in various training programmes/workshops organized by the department sponsored by Ministry of Health. Terminal contact-cum-training programme for Postgraduate Certificate Course in Quality Management and Accreditation of Health Care Organization. HRD. 2nd HxMDP organized by Department in collaboration with WHO India Office. ‘Quality requirements in Clinical and Nursing Audit’. ‘Hospital accreditation–an overview’. Facility Management. organized by Department of Hospital Administration and Christian Medical Association of India. Health Care Executive Development Management Programme. 16 January 2009. 17 April 2008. personnel etc. medical equipment and equipment audit’. Medical ethics. 6th batch of Postgraduate Certificate Course in Quality Management and Accreditation of Health Care Organization. Strategic Management Programme for Senior Medical Doctors. • • • • • • • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 262 . Academy of Hospital Administration. Conduct half-day Organizational Behavior Workshop. Academy of Hospital Administration. First contactcum-training programme for Postgraduate Certificate Course in Quality Management and Accreditation of Health Care Organization. ‘Medical records–a legal perspective’. 21 November 2008. Railway Staff College. ‘Right to information act in hospitals and conduct of OB Lab’. GDMO’s and non-specialists of Coal India. ‘Management of medical audit’ and ‘Quality needs in management of stores. Board Room. 4–8 August 2008. unsafe drugs and transplantation of human organ act with special reference to Human Rights’. medical equipment and equipment audit’. 14 November 2008. contact-cum training programme. ‘Accreditation of railway hospitals’. Goa. Various hospital administration topics and conducted organizational Behavior Lab during Special Training Programme on Hospital Management and Administration for Medical Superintendents. ‘Quality needs in management of stores. and public sector organizations and professional associations to deliver lectures on various topics in the specialty of Hospital Administration. Dr Sidhartha Satpathy • ‘Approaches to accreditation of hospitals’. AIIMS. Invited by various govt. Academy of Hospital Administration. IICM. 10 November 2008. Vadodara. ‘Laws applicable to hospitals’ and panelist for RTI Act during Panel Discussion.

• ‘Quality of sanitation hospital waste management and control of hospital infection’ and ‘Quality needs in store management. Interns Orientation Programme. 9 July 2008. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences. Jamia Millia Islamia. 27 March 2009. PGIMER. AIIMS. AIIMS. Chandigarh. South Asian Conference & CME on Synergy in Health Care (SASHCON-2008). 31 August 2008. 3–6 November 2008. 23rd National Eye Donation Fortnight. 12–13 September 2008. New Delhi. ‘Hospital Administration for MSc’ Nursing Students. Heart Care Foundation. for Medical Superintendents. MSc Nursing Students.P. equipment audit’. National Conference on Litigation and Violence in Medical Practice. 8 September 2008. New Delhi. Ranchi. in collaboration with MCI and WHO-India. 18–19 October 2008. AIIMS. January 2009. AIIMS. Indian Health Care Quality Forum (IHCQF). Dr R. National Institute of Disaster Management (Ministry of Home Affairs). IICM. ‘Organ donation and transplantation’. Department of Hospital Administration. GDMOs and non-specialists of Coal India Ltd. Panelist during National Workshop on ‘Standardization of syllabus for PG Course in Hospital Administration’. RAK College. Chaired the Symposium on ‘Promotion of deceased organ donation’. 23 June 2008. 14 October 2008. ‘Hospital disaster preparedness’. ‘Issues and challenges in organ transplantation’. contact-cum training programme for 7th Batch of Post Graduate Certificate Course in Quality Management & Accreditation of Health Care Organization at Academy of Hospital Administration. AIIMS. ‘Organ retrieval banking organization’. AIIMS. • • • • Dr Aarti Vij • • • • • • 2nd International Health Care Quality Conclave on ‘Enabling safety in healthcare organizations’.. CMET. ‘Violence against doctors–an overview’ and ‘Steps to avoid litigation’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 263 . March 2008. Invited as Faculty to deliver lecture on ‘Patient safety’. AIIMS. ‘Organ donation’. • • • Dr Sanjay Arya • Various Hospital Administration topics during special training programme on ‘Hospital management and administration’. ‘Hospital evacuation plan’. Chaired the session on ‘Accreditation of Hospitals’. 6 August 2008. New Delhi. 7 February 2009. Department of Renal Transplant Surgery.

New Delhi. 8 August 2008. 11–13 August 2008. 30 April 2008. New Delhi. AIIMS.Conferences.K. New Delhi. Chief Organising Secretary. Chandigarh. Department of Hospital Administration. AIIMS. 3–6 November 2008. Department of Hospital Administration. • • • • • Dr D. AIIMS in collaboration with World Health Organization. NASC Complex. AIIMS in collaboration with Christian Medical Association. AIIMS. New Delhi. National workshop on ‘Standardization of Syllabus for PG Course in Hospital Administration’. Department of Hospital Administration. South Asian Conference. Department of Hospital Administration. Chairman. training programme on Hospital Management and Administration for Medical Superintendents. AIIMS. Dr Sidhartha Satpathy • Programme co-coordinator. January–February 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 264 • . New Delhi. in collaboration with WHO and in association with The Indian Institute of Architects and The School of Planning and Architecture. ICAR. and non-specialists of Coal India Ltd. Dr Sanjay Kumar Arya • • • Interaction meet on Implementation of Bio-medical Waste (MandH) Rules in India and Proposed Action Plan on at Hotel Samrat by CPCB. Sharma • Attended National Conference on ‘Government procurement’. 18–19 October 2008. 2nd National Conference HART-2008 (Hospital Administration Recent Trends). New Delhi. GDMOs. Chairman. 3–6 November 2008. ‘Healthcare executive management development programmes’. Indian Institute of Materials and Management . Indian Institute of Coal Management. Ranchi.. AIIMS in collaboration with Medical Council of India and World Health Organization. January 2009. Programme Director. March 2009. GDMOs and non-specialists of Coal India at IICM and CME on Clinical issues during field visit to AIIMS. Goa. ‘Legal and ethical issues in medical practices’. Workshops Dr Shakti Kumar Gupta • Chairman. Department of Hospital Administration. ‘Laws applicable to hospitals’. 14–18 April 2008 and 16–20 September 2008. AIIMS. Training Programme on ‘Hospital administration’ for Medical Superintendents. Seminars. Programme Director. SASHCON 2008. 11–12 October 2008. ‘Synergy in healthcare (SASHCON). Chairman. Co-author in Paper presented ‘Outsourcing support services–the know-how’. National Advocacy Workshop on Health Promoting Hospitals (in collaboration with World Health Organization). for senior Healthcare Executive Professionals.

Cost analysis of robotic urologic procedures in AIIMS 3. Darbhanga Medical College. 24–28 November 2008. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences. 12–13 September 2008. Hotel Shangri-la. PGIMER. (JPNATC). ‘Organ donation’. and Chandigarh. Determining the cost of training undergraduate medical (MBBS) students at AIIMS 5. 3–6 November 2008. NIHFW. 23rd National Eye Donation Fortnight. A Cost analysis study of in-patient care services at AIIMS AIIMS 2008-2009 / 265 . Department of Renal Transplant Surgery. New Delhi. Facilitated District Communication Strategy Workshop. New Delhi. Attended and delivered a guest lecture in the 2nd International Health Care Quality Conclave on ‘Enabling safety in health care organizations’. Lucknow. Attended and Chaired in the Symposium on ‘Promotion of deceased organ donation’. AIIMS. AIIMS. AIIMS. ‘Organ retrieval banking organization’. MSc Nursing Students of AIIMS. 23 June 2008. Department of Hospital Administration. 12 March 2009. 6 August 2008. Attended SASHCON organized. 22 March 2009. 20 November 2008. Indian Health Care Quality Forum (IHCQF). Attended Healthy Lifestyle Exhibition 2008.• • • • ‘Government procurement–towards efficiency and transparent systems’. ‘Organ donation and transplantation’. Dr R. 8 September 2008. Department of Dietetics. New Delhi. New Delhi. Facilitated District Communication Strategy Workshop under the programme MIC. Shri Chatrapati Sahuji Medical University. ‘Behavioral skills for senior health administrators’. a Social Responsibility organized by Jai Prakash Narayan Trauma Centre. Study the awareness among doctors and nurses regarding pharmacovigilance. at AIIMS 4. Dr Aarti Vij • • • • Attended awareness seminar on Injury Prevention. 18 August 2008. 27 February 2009.P. Cost analysis of minimal invasive surgical procedures in the department of surgery. Jamia Millia Islamia. AIIMS. extent of adverse drug reactioning reporting and evaluate the impact of various interventions to determine the most suitable method 2. New Delhi. • • • • RESEARCH Departmental Projects Completed 1. ttended one week training programme in Management Development Programme. 7th February 2009.

A study to evaluate the Trauma Care System for Delhi Metropolis 8. Robotics for human welfare–Application in Health Care– Journal of Hospital Administration (Official Journal of Indian Hospital Association. Costing of Bio-medical Waste Management system 5. Madan N. A study of Process of outsourcing of services in selected hospitals of Delhi 10. A study to evaluate competencies of Indian Healthcare Leaders 9. Devi SD. Management of dengue outbreak by AIIMS: A case study. Devi SL. Sharma NK.R1) accepted for publication in Journal of Tele medicine and Tele care (in press). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 266 . PATIENT CARE The Department of Hospital Administrationis closely associated with the provision of administrative support to various departments for delivery of patient care and control of costs in the hospital services. A comparative study of Operation Theatre disinfection and sterilization practices in selected hospitals in Delhi 7. Study the level of satisfaction amongst the employees of AIIMS 7. 3. 36–44. Study of Inpatient Medical Records of AIIMS as a prerequisite for Accreditation PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Need for tele follow-up: A study at a public sector Quaternary referral hospital in India (Manuscript ID: JTT-08-12-006. To study System of Empanelment of private hospitals on CGHS panel 2. To study economics of Health Care Associated Infection (HAI) in operated surgical cases in AIIMS Ongoing 1. Costing of Neuro-Surgery ICU 3.6. 2. Costing of Renal Transplant 6. The department has been responsible for bringing quality care standards in patient care services. Satpathy S. Kailash S. Journal of the Indian Hospital Association XXXXIV & XXXXV (1 to 4): 46–54. Singh IB (Dr). Lathwal A. Pathni RK. New Delhi) 2007–2008. Cost Analysis of Bone Marrow Transplant (allogenic) 4. Singh IB (Mr). Sharma DK.

December 2008.S.T. Orientation Programme on Organ Donation and Transplant Coordination was imparted to MSc Nursing students. Second Pancreas and kidney combined transplantation in the country was successfully coordinated. Centre OPD. Training was imparted to Grief counsellors. • • Organ Retrieval Banking Organization (ORBO) • Organ Retrieval Banking Organization (ORBO) coordinated Organ and Tissue donations and transplantation.P. February 2009. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS).N. Following have been implemented in phase-I. WHO. Centre. Centre. DCR University of Science and Technology. Nellore for starting MD (Hospital Administration) course under NTR University of Health Sciences. (a) Conformity to Patient’s identification Bands for all admissions (b) Incident Reporting (c) Implementation of Surgical Safety Check List (d) Patient falls report and (e) Bed sores.N. Expert in Academic Programmes and Course Curriculum on Health Care Engineering. Centre. Blood Bank. Centre. • AWARDS AND HONOURS Dr Shakti Kumar Gupta was appointed as Inspector to carry out the physical and other teaching facilities available at Narayana Medical College.N. Bio Medical Waste Management: An initiative to streamline bio medical waste management process and monitoring has started in C. MSSO Room. 1546 persons pledged for organ donation on motivation of ORBO. December 2008. Member. January 2009. Government of India. assistance to physically challenged and senior citizens at C. N. expert team for setting up Medical College in Thimpu.As per the need for efficient functioning of the patient care areas various renovations and upgradation have been planned and commissioned in the main hospital An advanced. Centre for the patient care including Medical Record Section. Bhutan by Ministry of External Affairs. Centre. C.N. Co-ordination for VVIP care at C. Schools. Twelve whole bodies were also donated through ORBO. Member.N. Medical Record Section. Centre • • • • OPD Computerization Renovation of NS-3 & NS-6 Wards with state-of-the art facilities Renovation of NS ICUB (in process) Patient Safety Initiative: Initiated patient safety programme at C.N.N. patient transfer. C. B. Development of Training Module on Hospital Management AIIMS 2008-2009 / 267 . May I Help you counter. on24th November 2008.T. C. C. Centre Part Time Social Guides: 34 number of social guides have been recruited and deployed in the C. Haryana. Awareness programmes with various NGOs. and Colleges etc were conducted.S. Consultant. Centre. Vijaywada. Institutional Advisory Authority (IAA). CTC & N. new laundry is also being added . Centre. Collaboration with Dadhichi Deh Dan Samiti with ORBO to promote the noble cause of organ and tissue donation.

IP Estate. Member of Technical Committee. Indira Gandhi National Open University. Government of Punjab. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 268 . Member. Resource Person for the Multi-Hazard HOPE Course Development–Course Finalisation workshop. by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI). 2008.April. Nepal. Appointed as an Honorary Resource Guest faculty for the training on Professional Development Course for the district level senior medical officer of Punjab by State Institute of Health and Family Welfare. National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare providers (NABH). 2008. National Society for Earthquake Technology. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Expert member of National Accreditation Board for Personnel & Training (NRBPT) under aegis of QCI. Hospital Projects/Equipment Planning and Procurement for Government Medical College and Associated Hospitals. under aegis of Quality Council of India (QCI). Jammu . External Examiner for Postgraduate Certificate Course in Hospital Management for 13th Batch at National Institute of Health and Family Welfare. disposables and dressings Dr Sidhartha Satpathy was appointed Editor of Journal of Academy of Hospital Administration (JAHA). and finalized the NABH guide book (2nd ed). India on hospital planning. May 2008. University of Colombo. New Delhi October. Central Pollution Control Board. Government of J&K. (Medical Administration) at Postgraduate Institute of Medicine (PGIM).Honorary Consultant. surgical instruments. Expert Committee Meeting for preparation of the modules on Patient Safety and Infection Control (PSIC) . Appointed .Training. Srinagar. 08/January/ Gen/03 by University of Jammu. Nepal. medical equipments. Chief Secretariat. MD (Medical Administration) Part-II Examination. Government of India. External examiner for M. Member of ‘Task force on public private partnership in health care’. Member of Bureau of Indian Standards (MHR-14) involved in preparation/review of Indian Standards on Health Care Facilities. Post Graduate Institute of Medicine. Nominated as a Memberof the Academic Council of Jammu University for the triennial period (2006 – 2009) vide Notification no. etc. Government of India.Kathmandu. Completed review and re-drafting of Standards on ‘Matrix of Services for Hospitals’. 31 July – 4 August 2008. 12–17 May 2008 and 15–20 February 2009. Member of Sectional Committee on Bio-medical Waste Management (MHD-22) at Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). Srilanka. October 2008. nominated as Chairman/Principal Member of various Committees of Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). was invited as Chief Guest/ Guest of Honour/ Guest faculty etc. Dr D.D.as well as extra mural policy making and decision making committees of AIIMS as well as other organizations including Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Expert member of National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) under aegis of QCI.K. 2008. in various National and International symposia. Government of NCT of Delhi. Conducted office assessment of several organizations to determine compliance with prescribed standards. Sharma served as Chairman/Member of various intra. 16–24 November 2008. University of Colombo. Conducted pre and final assessment of various applicant hospitals for NABH accreditation . workshops and conferences. External Examiner. Member of Technical Committee to examine Detailed Project Report (DPR) for construction of medical college and hospital complex at 6 AIIMS like institutions under PMSSY. Kathmandu. Expert Group for developing a model Hospital Disaster Management Plan Template for Delhi region by National Institute of Disaster Management. New Delhi September. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Member of Technical Committee for evaluation of Master Plan/Block Plans of six AIIMS like Institutions under PMSSY.Health and Medical Education Department. Member.

Hon’ble Prime Minister of India for effective co-ordination and efficient management of the Medical Care Services at C. Royal Government of Bhutan. NBE/Appraisal-Jan to June 2008/2008/3518-4818. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Hon’ble Minister for Women and Child Development. internal medicine. 23 April 2008. 2009. Chandigarh for DNB in Health & Hospital Administration. elected Fellow of the International Medical Sciences Academy in recognition of his outstanding contribution for the advancement of medical sciences on 11 September 2008. Procurement & Consultancy Division. Tansen Marg. Professor J. Participated as an expert in the technical evaluation of Medical Equipments for cardiology. 3. Mr P. 10 September 2008visited Tata Memorial Hospital. Mr Lyonpo Zangley Dulyak. AIIMS. New Delhi. Centre. IPS.. NIHFW. 2. 2009. Minister of Health. Royal Government of Bhutan. National Human Rights Commission. Sampath Kumar. invited for evaluation of theory answer sheets in the specialty of Health Administration and Hospital Administration at National Board of Examinations. Dr Aarti Vij conferred with Young Women Achievers Award by FICCI Federation House. Medical College. February 2009. 29 January. dt. New Delhi vide letter no. New Delhi for the subject Health Administration including Hospital Administration at the Indian Spinal Injuries Centre. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 269 . 8 June 2008. Chief Cardio Thoracic Centre for providing the best medical care (administrative and Management) to VVIP Care at C.S. March 2009. Noida Hindustan Latex Limited. 12–14 February 2009. Mr Mukesh Singh.. Sehgal. New Delhi for the contribution in medical profession by Mrs.G. Das. 2008. Medical Care and Hospital Administration. February 2009 6. Dr Gado Tshering. New Delhi. 17 July 2008. Dr Sanjay Kumar Arya visit to Gorakhpur as a part of Central Team of Senior Specialists constituted by O/o D. Dwarka Office.Dr I. Mumbai as a part of delegation nominated by Director. general medicine. invited as an external expert in the Technical Evaluation for purchase of equipment PGIMER. 4. Health Secretary.C. Ministry of Health. March 2009. Letter of appreciation from Prof. M. selected as Member of National Human Rights Commission to inspect the hospitals of Delhi. Head. AIIMS to study the working at Tata Memorial Hospital. Chief Guest in the 19th Organ Donation Festival organized by Dadhichi Deh Dan Samiti. Mumbai Railway Vikas Corporation.B. 19 August 2008. nominated as Inspector of National Board of Examination for Accreditation of Government.K. Dr Reinhard Huss.D. 13–16 May 2008. Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development.N. October 2008. New Delhi. Singh was selected as Appraiser by the National Board of Examination. 30(4)/208/NAMS/ 8919 dt.H. January. Chandigarh . Centre.N. Letter of Appreciation from Shri Man Mohan Singh. elected as a Member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences (India) vide letter no. March 2009. University of Leeds. 5. June. VISITING SCIENTIST 1. A. under PMSSY scheme of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. SSP Investigations. Renuka Chowdhury. Mumbai. trauma and emergency department.

August 2008. Kansas City. Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. August 2008 9. Masood Ahmed. Board of Directors Member. American College of Physician Executives. Dr John C. Arora. Wade. Professor Raymond J. 11. Government of Union of Mynmmar. ENCLEN. Dr. 13. May 2008. Singapore. Principal. Paul Chang. Professor Suresh S. September 2008 8. Vellore. Professor N.Minister for Health. July 2008. Leader. Fabius. 10. USA. Professor Myaoo Dy. Managing Director. Hyderabad. Vice President. July 2008. David. Executive Director. Missouri. Saint Luke’s Health System. 14. April 2008.7. Deccan School of Management.K. Dr Sanjeev Singh. CMC. 12. Asia Pacific Joint Commission International. Professor Mohd. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 270 .

Tamilnadu. AIIMS were trained in phlebotomy and laboratory services. 1 from Bundelkhand University. 27–29 December 2008: ‘Two titans local science and the science of non-locality: Their clash and unity’. Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education.P. Srivastava S-IV EDUCATION Short-term training Fifteen trainees — 3 from CCS University. Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga (MDNIY). 29 September 2008.16 Laboratory Medicine Professor & Head A. Darbhanga. Tiruchirapalli. 1 from Allahabad Agricultural Institute (Deemed University). 50 students of BSc (Hons) Nursing from the College of Nursing. Meerut. ‘Consciousness. U. Jalandhar and 4 foreign students from DPR Korea (Ministry of Health and Family. International Conference. College. Jhansi. From this year. psyche and nature’. October 2008. 1 from Lovely Professional University. 1 from Punjab Technical University. Agra. Gwalior. Bulandshar. Mukhopadhyay • • • ‘Connection.N. Mukhopadhyay Professor M. Mithila University. Jalandhar. R.P. 1 from Jamia Hamdard. Government of India) underwent short term training in Laboratory Medicine. 1 from L.K. International Conference on ‘Science and Spiritual Quest’. New Delhi.9. National and International conference Lectures delivered Dr A. 1 from B. Vandita Vasudev S-III S. Irshad Additional Professor Sarman Singh Associate Professor Subhadra Sharma Assistant Professors (Trauma Centre) Purva Mathur Scientists A. 1 from I. Arulselvi AIIMS 2008-2009 / 271 .K. Confrontation and Unity of Two Titans: Local and non-local Science’.K.. Ambedkar University.

Nagpur. Gwalior. ‘Mechanisms and clinical implications of drug resistance in tuberculosis’. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences. MICROCON 2008. 7 February 2009. Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine. SAS Nagar. Dr M. 21–25 October 2008. Dr Sarman Singh • • • • • • • • • • ‘Research ethics in animal studies’. Mexico. 09 January 2009. Special Winter School on Frontier of Humanities. 3 February 2009. Second National Conference. ‘HIV and hepatitis infections’. Belgium.• • • ‘Integral model of science’. ‘HIV-TB coinfection and emergence of drug resistance’. Jaipur. ‘HIV and Hepatitis C virus coinfection’. Key note lecture on ‘Microscope to microarray’. International Tuberculosis Symposium. 1–3 December 2008. Project kick-off meeting. Delhi. during XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City. ‘CNS HIV infections’. Academic Staff College. International Conference on ‘Biotechnological Approaches to Nuroimmuno modulation and Infectious Diseases’. 13 January 2009. JNU Special Winter School on Frontier of Humanities. ‘immunodiagnostics for infectious diseases’. 27 February 2009. Academic Staff College. 11–13 December 2008. ICGEB Delhi. 3–8 August 2008. International TB Symposium. ‘Local and non-local Science’. Symposium on ‘Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus(MRSA) Kathmandu. Boston College. Gwalior. Irshad • ‘Laboratory exposure to Interns’. ‘Viral hepatitis: Indian scenario’. Pune. ‘TB diagnosis in India’. XIX National Congress of Veterinary Parasitology. Wardha. 8 February 2009. Academic Staff College. Nepal. 1 December 2008. 3 June 2008. 12 January 2009. NIPER. 13 June 2008. 14–15 November 2008. JNU. ‘Individuation’. ‘Microbiological investigations for detecting MRSA’. AIIMS. ‘HIV-TB: Coinfection’. MGR Medical College. ‘HIV and tuberculosis’. ‘Diagnosis of Tuberculosis’. Ludhiana. 22–24 August 2008 . 16–18 October 2008. JNU Special Winter School on Frontier of Humanities. . 13–14 February 2009. Brussels. Jaipur. Central India Institute of Medical Sciences. Second National Conference. Indo-Bulgarian DST meeting on ‘Contemporary state of the VIH infection in Bulgaria’. 28 February 2009. Punjab. ‘Immunology’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 272 • • • • • .

Prevalence and significance of transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) and association of lipoprotein (a) with apoprotein A and B in various forms of liver diseases. Optimization of carbohydrate protein conjugate as vaccine for prevention of enteric fever. Mukhopadhyay. 3. A. Funds: Rs 12. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 273 . Development of rapid diagnostic test for detection of autoantibodies in Myasthenia Gravis by plate and Dot blot ELISA. 6. RESEARCH Funded projects Completed 1.K. M. Funded by ICMR (2008–11). Effect of Yoga on Serum Interleukin Levels in Adolescents with Depression. Ongoing 1. Sarman Singh. M.K.. Irshad. Funded by UGC (Fellowship) for 5 years (2004–2009). Identification of Leishmania donovani reservoir(s) in various animal species of endemic areas using species-specific antibodies and PCR technique. AIIMS.Conference attended Dr M. 6. Genotypic characterization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in clinical isolates from Pulmonary tuberculosis by using spoligotying and IS 6110 RFLP analysis. Funded by DST for 3 years (2006–2009). 5. Irshad • as a delegate in the CME on Legal and Ethical Issues in Medical Practice. Role of Hepatitis C virus (HCV) core protein in diagnosis and pathogenesis of HCV infection.. 4. 2.10 lakh. 4. Irshad. Funded by DBT (2004–2007). Funded by ICMR (2005–08). Proteomic analysis of M. Mukhopadhyay. Sarman Singh. sequencing and expression of different genomic regions of transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) prevalent in Indian populations. Irshad. 7. Assessment of risk factor associated with Alzheimer’s disease and Vascular dementia. 30 April 2008. 2. Funded by ICMR (2008–11). Funded by CCRYN (2008–11). Cloning. Irshad. Funded by ICMR (2008–10). Funded by DBT for 3 years (2006–2009). Sarman Singh. Sarman Singh. Funded by DST for 3 years (2007–2010). M. M. 3. Study of oxidative stress risk factors in Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia in Geriatric patients. A. A. M. tuberculosis during the stage of acquisition of resistance to Isoniazid and Rifampicin. Mukhopadhyay. Irshad. Transmission of drug resistant hepatitis B virus close family contacts of HBV-related chronic liver disease patients. Funded by ICMR (2004–07). Funded by ICMR (2007–10).K.

6 and 10 and TNF-a in Acute Pancreatitis 3. Sarman Singh. Role of TTV infection in liver and renal diseases 8. Book Project: The new Science for Consciousness. 9. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2007–2010).9. Zinc supplementation in Childhood TB patients in Delhi. Effect of HCV core expression on oxidative status 12. Funded by DST for 3 years (2006–2009). Sarman Singh. E. E. The Mandate and the Agenda 2. Funded by ICMR (2004–2009). Funded by INDIACLEN for 3 years (2008–2011). Sarman Singh Funded by AustraliaIndia Council for 3 years (2006–2009). Isolation and purification of active compounds with anti-leishmanial activity of Unani Medical Plants. Epidemiology of viral hepatitis in Indian communities 6. HCV genotypes and its relation with liver diseases 5. Funded by CCRUM for 3 years (2008–2011). Inhibition of kinetoplast DNA replication using topoisomerase inhibitors. histolytica and Giardia lamblia from drinking water samples using novel multiplex PCR. Salmonella. Cloning. 14. sequencing and expression of TTV related polypeptides 10. The role of TNF-TNFa. Genotyping of TTV in Indian population 11. Detection of Hepatitis A. To assess the impact of viral hepatitis on steatosis of liver 7. A Novel multiplex PCR Assay for simultaneous detection and differentiation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Sarman Singh. 8. To study the molecular mechanism (s) of miltefosine induced drug resistance in Leishmania donovani. avium complex and other Mycobaterium species directly from clinical samples of suspected tuberculosis cases. M. Sarman Singh. Fsunded by DBT for 3 years (2007–2010). Comparative evaluation of various PCR primers for the rapid and sensitive diagnosis of tuberculosis AIIMS 2008-2009 / 274 . 10. Sarman Singh. India Sarman Singh. TFNy and the success of anti-tubercular therapy in Immune Restoration Disease in HIV/MTB co-infected patients responding to ART. Role of Interleukin-1. Preparation and characterization of VI-Polysaccharide-Protein conjugate for immunization against Salmonellae 4. Transmission of drug resistant Hepatitis B Virus in close family Contacts of HBV-related chronic Liver disease patients. Departmental Projects 1. 13. 11. 12. Sarman Singh. Epidemiological studies on CRF in Indian Communities 9. Funded by CSIR (2004–2009.

Mukhopadhyay. Mukhopadhyaya AK. Prevalence and treatment response of coccidian parasitic infections in HIV positive patients at AIIMS (with Medicine) 4. Verma KK. Srivastava P. Nested polymerase chain reaction for the diagnosis of congenital CMV infection 22. To study reintroduction of anti-tuberculosis drugs and risk factors for anti-tuberculosis treatment induced hepatotoxicity (with Medicine) 5.13. Ramam M. 15. Frontier Perspective 2008.74:453–57. Hepatitis B viral load monitoring in patients undergoing Anti-HBV therapy using Quantitative Real-Time PCR (with Gastroenterology) 3. Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education. LJ Culture. Transmission rate of HBV and HCV in family members of dually infected patient (with Gastroenterology) 2. Azathioprine versus betamethasone for the treatment of parthenium dermatitis: A randomized trolled study. Toxoplasma gondii IgG avidity assays in pregnant women attending AIIMS 20. Comparative evaluation of various TORCH test kits 18. 16. To study the immune response in acute Toxoplasmosis using Western Blot Method. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 2008. Two titans local science and the science of non-locality their clash and unity. 2. MGIT-960 Bactec Culture and Bacteriophage tests for the diagnosis of Tuberculosis 17. Mahesh R. 3. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 275 . Standardization and evaluation of Multiplex PCR for the species specific diagnosis of various Mycobacterial infections 14. Gwalior: Welcome Offset Printers. 2008:4–12. Opportunistic infections in AIDS patients attending AIIMS Collaborative Projects 1. In the proceedings of International Conference on Stress Management. Study of Mycobacteremia in Patients with milliary and extrapulmonary tuberculosis (with Medicine) PUBLICATIONS 1. A radical view of information: On its nature and science. Comparative evaluation of Smear. To study the prevalence of ESBL of urinary pathogens using disk diffusion method and e-Test. Mukhopadhyay AK. Sequence based diagnosis of Mycobacterial isolates from HIV positive and HIV negative patients 21. Blood borne infections after needle prick injury in Health Care workers of AIIMS 19.16:19–29. AK.

14:6044– 51. Clin Vaccine Immunol 2008.46:2824–5.1. Joshi YK.407) 10. Agarwal SK. physiology and their control. (IF. 14. International Journal of Health Science 2007. Nunavath V. 5. Irshad M. Antibodies against postsynaptic acetylcholine receptor and presynaptic membrane receptor in Myasthenia Gravis. Kaur M. Singh S. Singh S.4).8:313–22. Insect vectors of Leishmania: distribution. Singh S. diagnosis and priorities. 1:1–12. World Journal of Gastroenterology (2008). 23:209–211. Sivakumar R.15: (IF. 6.27:1– 21. Goyal V. Singh S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 276 . Gopinath K. 18. Hepatitis C Virus (HCV): Review of Immunological Aspects.2. Sankar MM. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 2008. Singh S. Behari M. J Clin Lab Analys 2008. Rasool S. Dhar I. 8.1:3–10. (IF. Narang S. Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther 2008. Kinesin Motor Domain of Leishmania donovani as future vaccine candidate. Prasad HK. Dey A. Singh S. Dey A. Kapoor S. Trends in Medical Research 2008.3. Ann Clin Microbiol Antimicrob 2008. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes: An overview. Singh S. 7. 11. Chronic diarrhoea in HIV patients: prevalence of coccidian Parasites.donovani. Srivatsava MV. Grewal HM. 9. Gupta S. Kumar P. Jailkhani BL. Prevalence of mycobacteremia in Indian HIV infected patients detected by MB/BacT automated culture system. Kumar S. (IF.33) 13. 17. Infec Genet Evol 2008.27:423– 431. International Journal of Medical Science & Technology (2008). 26:172–175. Redhu NS.15:836–842. Singh S.117). Singh S. J Vector Borne Dis 2008. Irshad M. Irshad M.45:255–72. Irshad M.vitro antimycobacterial drug susceptibility testing of Non-Tubercular Mycobacteria by Tetrazolium Microplate Assay. Expression and characterization of a recombinant kinesin antigen from an old Indian strain (DD8) of Leishmania donovani and comparing it with a commercially available antigen from a newly isolated (KE16) strain of L. Comparative evaluation of FastPlaque assay with PCR and other conventional in-vitro diagnostic methods for the early detection of Pulmonary Tuberculosis.4.6:163–6. Saluja TP. Gupta S. Singh S.3:64–71. Singh S. Torque Teno Virus: Its prevalence and isotypes in North India. Opportunistic pathogens in AIDS: trends.0) 12. Singla R. (IF. Sharma U. Filtration of CSF improves isolation of Mycobacteria. Sharma P. International Reviews of Immunology 2008. Singh S.2. Indian J Med Microbiol 2008. Shiwani Singh. Khilnani GC. Indian J Med Microbiol 2008. In.2. Sharma P. PMID:18374635 (IF-2. J Clin Microbiol 2008.445) 16. Gopinath K. 15. Irshad M. Comparison of serological and nucleic acid based assays used to diagnose Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in acute and chronic liver diseases. Scaling Up Anti-Mycobacterial Drug Susceptibility Testing Services in India: It is High time.

228 6.319 3. Tamilnadu.032 19. Ghosh S (eds).764 29.794 93. Science and spiritual quest.Chapter in Books 1.298 18. Calcutta and NIIT.191 41.380 1. 2008. of Specimen 1. Vol. confrontation and unity of two titans: Local and non-local science. In: Rangaswamy (ed). 2. New Delhi: Centre for studies in Civilization. Project history of Indian science.215 2. Nagulapalli SK.129–44.365 3.794 23.128 18.54.245 87. Mukhopadhyay AK.773 Test Hb TLC Platelets Proth Time MP CSF Urine Microbiology blood culture Microbiology CSF Number 93.965 5.128 91. Tiruchirapalli.212 3.463 No.00. PATIENT CARE Total tests performed: 69. Mukhopadhyay AK.788 Centralized collection centres Blood Collection For department Laboratory Medicine Blood Bank Microbiology Miscellaneous (Samples collected from other clinics) Total Emergency Laboratory Service (Round-the-clock) Critical Care Laboratory Clinical Biochemistry Haemogram and Body Fluids Test Amylase Bilirubin (T) Bilirubin (D) Creatinine Glucose Urea Sodium Potassium Cl.137 91.794 93. XII. 2009:159–91. Published jointly by Bhakti Vedanta Institute. Connection.433 24.76. philosophy and culture (PHISPC). In: Mishra SC.855 7. Part 6. Brain mind and consciousness. Number 12.367 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 277 .

794 93.MCV.875 4. BE.794 93.99.773 5. PCV. st HCO3.058 – . internal Q.285 – Urine 7.04.773 18.95.77.360 – – – – – – – – – Blood 1. RBC are measured by single reagent. A-aDO2.773 18.148 1.TLC. Protein Albumin 24h Albumin Bilirubin -Total -Conjugated Alk.73.794 14.39. Ca pH CSF (Protein) ABG 18.911 1. RQ.28.99.95. pO2. Note: Arterial blood gas (ABG) includes.TCO2.13. BEecf. Phosphatase Cholesterol Na K Calcium Phosphate Uric Acid 1.280 4.707 Fluid 3.285 1.358 8. pH.314 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 278 – – – – 4. pCO2. dBE/dTHb.755 54.33.MCHC.142 1.306 1.C.639 12.911 1. etc. CH+.Calcium T.893 Total * Repeat test. O2 saturation.142 2.73.763 1.64.058 3.475 6.057 3.507 1. BB.058 3. within the same time frame Clinical Biochemistry Routine investigations Test Sugar Urea T.482 Gram Stain Slide Stain Giemsa Stool Hanging Drop MCV MCH MCHC PCV RBC Others* 1. pH. st.596 5.456 372 93. HCO3.10. trial test. quality control sample.254 Total GRAND TOTAL 4.875 6.794 93.345 350 – – 7.06.794 93.494 1.629 2. all measured as a single test within the same time frame Hb.

934 5.895 5.198 2.895 5.685 – – – – – – – – – – – – 12.231 (done by Dr M.895 5.Amylase Creatinine SGOT SGPT ABG pCO2 pH pO2 HCO3 CO2 A-aDO2 O2 saturation BE Total Other Investigations – 2.895 5.895 5.895 5.11.08.895 5.895 5.297 – – – – – – – – – – 51. Irshad.65.RNA TTV-DNA Superoxide dismutase Total Antioxidant Apoprotein A Apoprotein B Lp(a) CK LDH GGT TG LDLC HDLC Light chains (k/lambda) TOTAL GRAND TOTAL Number 300 500 150 150 200 200 200 50 50 – 100 100 100 600 2.822 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 279 .11.700 28. on request.99. not as routine service) Test HCV.206 – 10.895 27.934 2.

574 68.310 82.312 34.521 10.588 Ward 68.800 1.141 51.574 68.288 1.288 82. 18 (under HoD).550 7.Service from room no. Quality Control Sample.574 68.574 68.229 7.229 5.574 40.574 68.91.883 68. trial test.155 11.574 9.75.288 82.16.915 OPD 82.229 1.288 78. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 280 .145 78.252 78.288 82.504 1. Adenosine Deaminase Assay (ADA) TOTAL Haematology Section Test Hb TLC PCV DLC ESR D/M PLT Retic Count ABS Count Malarial Parasite Thick Smear MCV MCH MCHC RBC BT CT PT B/C Others* Total GRAND TOTAL 82.288 82.288 12. Internal QC etc.288 82.574 68.574 – – 9.574 68.121 11.032 17.800 68.348 14.637 1337 1337 * Repeat test.

324 7.586 280 195 40 4 – – – – 2.153 58.153 58.MCHC.306 1.96. Platelet.030 246 1. PCV.172 73.878 9. Trichrome and chrmotrope Subtotal 19.386 49. TLC.610 2.260 70 2.567 33.567 33.905 10.554 2.965 OPD Ward Total 14.878 4. DLC.246 6.916 67.246 3.586 24.459 58. 1.567 33.278 .610 2.586 24.saline Wet iodine stain Occult blood in stool Fat globules 7. MCV.758 24.290 316 2.554 1.153 484 313 84 6 20 13. RBC are measured by single reagent.70.567 33. within the same time frame Microbiology Section Routine Investigations A.210 1.701 33.74.16. Faecal investigations Wet mount.220 Modified Z-N stain.198 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 281 8. Urine Name of the Test Medical board Routine Microscopic pH Specific gravity Acetone Bile pigment/salt Urobilinogen Blood Bence Jones protein Chyluria Porphobilinogen Myoglobinuria Microalbumin Urine cultures Strain identifications tests Antibiotic sensitivity Subtotal B.586 24.153 58.153 58.153 58.567 33.696 9.586 24.586 24.080 27.324 3.905 10.567 204 118 44 2 20 13.81.561 Special stains for stool Z-N stain.Note: Hb.134 100.

C.749 6.883 154 4.329 631 15.883 3.880 3.880 3.351 458 62 52 2.64.329 631 15. Sputum investigations Z-N Staining for AFB E.500 100 52 450 110 22.840 – – – – 11. Sputum investigations Z-N Staining for AFB Concentration/decontami-nation AR Staining LJ Culture and subculture BACTEC culture Drug Sensitivity by MGIT 960 DST by Agar proportional DST by Tetrazolium Microplate assay Mycobacterial strains maintained Non tubercular mycobacterium isolate maintained Biochemical tests for culture identification MB BACT Blood Culture for TB Culture cryo preserved Subtotal Total A Specialized investigations – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 3.840 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 282 . Semen investigations Routine Morphology Fructose Subtotal D.424 12873 4068 16941 11.804 7.

570 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 283 .265 1.004 800 10.054 1.652 890 1.Serology and Molecular Biology Name of the tests TORCH Toxoplasma gondii IgG Toxoplasma gondii IgM Rubella IgG Rubella IgM Cytomegalo virus IgG Cytomegalo virus IgM Herpes Simplex virus IgG Herpes Simplex virus 2 IgG Herpes Simplex virus (1+2) IgM Toxoplasma gondii IgG avidity Rubella IgG avidity Cytomegalovirus IgG avidity Parvo virus B19 IgG Parvo virus B19 IgM Viral Markers and HIV Anti HAV IgM HBs Ag Anti HBcIgM HBe Ag Anti HBe Anti HBs Anti HCV antibody HEV IgM Toxo DAT HIV (1+2) ELISA Total 14.385 185 535 292 263 263 50.592 10.220 1.166 2.265 1.970 2.190 1.601 1.280 1.384 1.526 894 1.622 16.240 1.

histolytica) PCR (Salmonella spp.) PCR (Hepatitis E) DNA isolation HBV DNA Quantitative 1666 08 1800 1694 204 204 180 180 271 271 192 192 4207 75 215 280 6089 182 15 20 25 25 100 100 100 25 325 260 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 284 .HIV Spot Test HIV Westernblot HBs Ag (spot) Others Serology Measeles IgG Measles IgG Mumps IgM Mumps IgG Varicella IgG Varicella IgM EBV IgG EBV IgM PCR Tests Toxoplasma gondii PCR Cytomegalovirus PCR Leishmania PCR TB PCR Miscellaneous HHV-6 PCR EBV PCR HSV (192) PCR CMV (RT PCR) PCR(Giardia lamblia) PCR (E.

39. Josephson personally acclaimed the paper of Dr A.356 Dr A. IJMST. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS 40 108 182 947 252 645 50 192 144 48 2. nominated as Hon’ble Board Member of Editorial Board in IJBST. nominated as Expert in Selection Committee of Delhi State Cancer Institute. nominated as Expert in Selection Committee of Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd.248 410 410 80 280 280 393 7.HBV DNA Qualitative HCV RNA Quantitative Miscellaneous Others Culturing of Salmonella Gel electrophoresis Sequencing NASBA HIV viral load HSV NASBA Leishmania Maintenance of LeishmaniaClinical isolates Serology(anti rKE-16 antibody test) Giemsa staining Culture DNA isolation PCR Laboratory animals Subtotal B Grand Total A+B AWARDS.932 8. nominated as Chairperson for setting up the Course Curriculum of the Degree/ Diploma of the Medical Laboratory Technology in NIPM & RIPM as member of the National Task Force Committee under DGHS. continued to remain as Reviewer for Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. and distributed its electronic version to his colleagues AIIMS 2008-2009 / 285 . Government of India.4. nominated as Member of Nominating Council of Infosys Science Foundation Award. Mukhopadhyay on ‘Radical view of information: On its nature and science’. Brian D.708 1. Cambridge Nobel Laureate. Mukhopadhyay.K. IJLST.K.

invited by International AIDS Society as guest speaker on HIV-TB co-infection during the World AIDS Conference held at Mexico. IJBSAHM. Healthy Universe Foundation. Professor Brian Wigdahl and Professor Zafar Khan of Drexel University. 2008 Scroll of Honors by Delhi Siksha Evam Khel Vikas Sangh. Sharma received Dr S. Member of the IAEC of ICGEB.C. iwas Nominated. Second National Conference of Tropical Parasitology (Tropacon-2) New Delhi. S. Hon’ble Member of Editorial Board in IJBLST. is Government of India Nominee for the IAECs of Jawaharlal Nehru University. Organising Committee. USA. Malaysia visited Clinical Microbiology section of the Department and exchanged their research activities.Dr M. nominated. Jaipur. IJBSPT. USA. Member-Advisory Board. Irshad was nominated as the Reviewer for articles of Blackwell Publishers and Elsevier Publishers. Delhi. Dr Sarman Singh was awarded with prestigious Hari Om Ashram Alembic Research Award (Subcategory: ‘Dr B. since August. Member of Expert Committee of ICMR to evaluate and inspect the procurement of Equipments at ICMR Institutes. Chairman. Namakkal. was invited as Chief Guest to inaugurate the “Biotechnology Update” of IP Degree College of CCS University. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 286 . Roy Award’) of Medical Council of India.November 2. NIH. October 30. of CARE Foundation. awarded on 6th September. VISITING SCIENTIST Professor Leonid Margolis. Institutional Ethics Committee. nominated. Dr Suresh Kumar. Meerut. selected as a member in National Tobacco Control Programme. since 2008. Hon’ble Member of Editorial Board in IJBST. University of Malaya. IJMST. January. Philadelphia. nominated. Dr Singh had been the Chairman. nominated. 2008. August 2008. New Delhi and Delhi Armed Forces Medical College. Dr B Lal Institute of Biotechnology. Department of Parasitology. Radha Krishnan memorial award 2008. Tamilnadu. Member of DST-SERC Task Force for the Fast Track Research Projects for Young Scientists. for the year 2006. IJLST. 2009. 2008 Dr.

Dey Naveet Wig Rajiva Gupta Sanjeev Sinha EDUCATION Short. Greater Noida. NCR.jointlyorganized withAssociation of Physicians of India (API) Delhi State Chapter. AIIMS. 64th Annual Conference of Association of Physician of India (APICON 2009).and long-term training Seventeen postgraduate and undergraduate students from South Asia. ‘Venous Thromboembolism (VTE)’. 10 August 2008.9. 64th Annual Conference of Association of Physicians of India (APICON 2009). Symposium. India Habitat Centre. Professors Ashok Kumar Rohini Handa Associate Professors Ashutosh Biswas Assistant Professors Naval K. B.17 Medicine Professor & Head S. Greater Noida. Khilnani Uma Kumar Anant Mohan Dr Rita Sood was • Organizing chairperson for the National workshop on ‘Teaching learning methods in Health Professions Education’.K. NCR. Workshop. 31 January 2009.. nursing and dental colleges. Vikram Randeep Guleria G. Workshop. 6–7 December 2008. 13 December 2008. Sharma Rita Sood A. ‘Sleep disorders and demonstration of polysomnography’. UK. 30 January 2009. 64th Annual Conference of Association of Physician of India (APICON 2009). The workshop was attended by more than 40 faculty members from various medical.Medicine Update 2008. New Delhi. Expert group Meeting for Forming Consensus Recommendations on Adult Immunization at AIIMS. Sharma organized the following: • • • • • • Chairperson .K. 31 January 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 287 . C. Jointly with Ranbaxy Science Foundation XXII Round Table Conference on ‘Challenges of MDR/XDR Tuberculosis in India’. Greater Noida. Hong Kong and Germany underwent training in the Department of Medicine Continuing Medical Education Professor S. Singapore. ‘Mechanical ventilation’.

AIIMS.• • • 10–12 November 2008. 21st Round Table Conference ‘Challenges on XDR tuberculosis in India’. Dr Sanjeev Sinha Organized Delhi State AIDS Control Society Training Programme for Management of HIV/AIDS for Doctors and Nurses. Royal Preston Hospital. October 2008. (ii) Rheumatology Update 2009. AIIMS. Clinical Tutor/ Faculty in the ‘Basic Bronchoscopy Course’. Control and Management of HIV/AIDS. 13 December 2008. Dr Ashutosh Biswas organized National Workshop on ‘Management of dengue fever’. Dr Anant Mohan • • Co-Organizing Secretary of ‘Medicine Update’. ‘Evidence-based indications for deep venous thrombosis prophylaxis in medical diseases’. August 2008. 7–9 August 2008. 4 March 2009. Jointly organized by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Delhi State AIDS Control Society. AIIMS. AIIMS. 18 October 2008. ‘Clinical management of TB-HIV Co-infection. National and International Conferences Lectures delivered Professor S.K. Sharma • Key note address on ‘Challenges of HIV-TB co-infection’. Co-organizing secretary for the collaborative workshop (CEU-CMET)–1st Annual clinical epidemiology research methods and leadership workshop. India Habitat Centre. ‘Therapeutic challenges in the management of MDR and XDR Tuberculosis’. Workshop on Training Programme for Prevention. Greater Noida. 22 October 2008. Organizing chairperson for the in-house workshop on ‘Ethics in healthcare’. Dr Rajiva Gupta organized (i) workshop on Rheumatology clinical for postgraduates. 21 February 2009. 25–26 June 2008.Newer developments’. Ranbaxy Science Foundation. About 50–60 doctors attended this workshop from different parts of India funded by Ministry Of Health andFamily Welfare and WHO. 64th Annual Conference of Association of Physician of India (APICON 2009). National CME Programme on ‘Challenges on the road ahead for TB Control’ of National Task Force for the involvement of Medical Colleges in RNTCP of India Jointly organized by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Central TB Division (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. 22 February 2009. UK. Government of India). AIIMS. • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 288 . 31 January 2009. New Delhi.

27–29 July 2008. KEM Hospital and GSMC. 12–13 September 2008. 25–26 July 2008. sessions conducted: Conducted a panel and an interactive session on ‘Giving effective educational feedback’. Mount Abu. 7–9 August 2008. Guest faculty for the MUHS Deans’ consultation meeting on ‘Capacity Building in Medical Education and Leadership’. Bangkok. Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences. ‘Project management. Gangtok.Undergraduate medical education in India’. 6–8 August 2008. Sikkim. 10–11 January 2009. ‘Teaching of ethics to students/ residents’. MUHS. 10–12 November 2008. ‘What is integrated teaching and why do we need it?’. 15–18 June 2008. Ludhiana. Mumbai. National workshop on ‘Teaching learning methods in Health Professions’ Education’. ‘One-minute preceptor and Giving effective feedback’. Course faculty in Workshop on ‘Skills teaching and Assessment’. Project management and developing educational scholarship Course faculty in 2nd PSG-FAIMER Regional Institute Faculty Development Programme in Medical Education at Coimbatore. MCQs and item analysis’. 12–13 January 2009. Conducted sessions on ‘One minute preceptor’ and ‘Learning theories and adult learning principles’. Panelist for a panel discussion on ‘Healing head and heart’ (Teaching values in health care). CMC. National workshop on Integrated Teaching. Course faculty in First Advanced MUHS workshop for medical teachers. Wardha. Interns orientation programme. Chaired a symposium on ‘Need of the hour: Re-moulding medical curriculum’. body and medicine’. Sewagram. Tamil Nadu. 12–14 May 2008. MGIMS. Rajasthan. AIIMS. Pune. 3rd Executive Meeting of the South East Asian Regional Association of Medical Education. ‘Essentiality of ‘spirit of scientific enquiry (research)–An integral part of medical curriculum at undergraduate and postgraduate level’. Validity and reliability in assessment. Andhra Pradesh. February 2009. Course faculty in Fourth GSMC-FAIMER regional Institute Course in Medical Education. AIIMS. 12–13 September 2008. AIIMS. Thailand. ‘Student assessment. Conducted session on ‘Written communication’. qualitative research and Educational scholarship’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 289 • • • • • • • • • • • . Wardha. 15–23 April 2008. 15th National conference on ‘Mind. workshop on Ethics in healthcare. International Update on Excellence in Medical Education. Student assessment. 5 April 2008. Sewagram. Narketpally. Kameinini Institute of Medical Sciences.Dr Rita Sood • • • • ‘long case examination’. Course faculty in Workshop on ‘Assessment and student feedback’. International update on Excellence in Medical Education at MGIMS. Presented the ‘Country report.

28 March 2009. Delhi. Government of India. 6–9 November 2008. Hyderabad. LRS Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases. New Delhi. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 290 • • • • • • • • . ‘Teaching learning methods’. ‘Interstitial lung disease’. Vigyan Bhawan. scientific programme on ‘Management of Pulmonary Diseases’. Pattaya. VP Chest Institute. Noida. Mumbai.• • • • ‘Erythema nodosum–a sign of systemic disease’. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. New Delhi. Chaired. New Delhi. 30 January – 1 February 2009. Professor Randeep Guleria • • • • • • ‘Management of Asthma–Chronic persistent as well as acute exacerbations and Pulmonary Rehabilitation’. 18 July 2008. NAPCON–2008. Member and Attended the Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC). ‘Snoring can kill’. Chaired. New Delhi. 28–29 August 2008. Visited Flood devastated areas of Surat. 18 February 2009. Annual conference of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists. Speaker. Gujarat Government to offer AIIMS expertise for patients of Leptospirosis and Viral haemorrhogic fever. Session on postgraduate training. Refresher Course Programme. ‘Quality-based medical education–a vision’. 1-3 March 2009. Noida. Annual conference of Association of Physicians of India. 14th World Conference on Tobacco or Health. New Delhi. American College of Chest Physician. INDO-US programme ICMR. chaired symposium ‘Tobacco-related lung disease in Asia– actions to avert the epidemic’. 12 December 2008. Attended three days training programme as resource person for the clinicians on ‘Influenza’. Commemorative International workshop of Medical Council of India. 16 July 2008. Medicine Update 2008. NIHFW. Annual conference of Association of Physicians of India. Chaired a session on ‘Avian influenza’. National Institute of Virology. IMA College of General Practitioners Kanpur. ‘Difficult asthma’. Bangkok. MAMC. Participated in the workshop of key Indian and US Investigator and Collaborators on Environment Risks and Respiratory Diseases. 34th Workshop on ‘Respiratory allergy: Diagnosis and management’. Refresher course in Obstructive Airway Diseases.8–12 March 2009. Lucknow. India Habitat Centre. 22 January 2009. ‘Avian Influenza in West Bengal and Tripura’. 16–17 December 2008. Gujarat on the request of the Ministry of Health. Pune. ‘Management of pulmonary embolism’. 30 January – 1 February 2009. Heart Lungs and Critical Care Congress 2008 .

Criticare 2009 (Annual Conference of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 291 • • • • • • • • • • • . 2–4March 2009. 28–30 January 2009. Jaipur. APICON CME programme. 20 March 2009. NIHFW. Lucknow. ‘Air pollution and human health’. 10–13 April 2008. New Delhi.Neemrana Fort Palace.C. ‘Treatment of VAP: Current recommendations’. Rajasthan. Greater Noida. NIHFW. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Khilnani • ‘Steroids in ICU: When. Meerut Branch. ‘Management of tobacco abuse’. Association of Physicians of India. 11–13 February 2009. ‘MDR and XDR Tuberculosis’. Indian association of Air Pollution Control’. Government of India. ‘Health effects of air pollution’. Attended the South East Asia Network on ‘Respiratory diseases’. ‘NIV in COPD’ 10th Joint National Conference of National College of Chest Physicians and Indian Chest Society (NAPCON 2008).• Attended three days training programme as resource person for the clinicians on ‘Influenza’. 2 December 2008. Jaipur. • • Professor G. Workshop on ‘Mechanical ventilation’. 6–9 November 2008. 18–22 February 2009. Hyderabad. PGIMER. Indo-US programme on Environmental and Occupational Health . (5th Jaipur Conference of Critical Care Medicine). ‘Indian perspective on indoor air pollution and health’. 7– 10 August 2008. 24 March 2009. Indo–US Workshop on ‘Research and intervention strategies for indoor air pollution and health’. Conference on Critical care (5th Jaipur Conference of Critical Care Medicine). 18–22 February 2009. New Delhi. 18–22 February 2009. Attended three days training programme as resource person for the clinicians on ‘Influenza’. 10–13 April 2008. Chandigarh. ‘Ventilator associated pneumonia’. 23 September 2008. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Criticare 2009’(Annual Conference of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine)’. lung and critical care’. Symposium on ‘Heart. ‘Steroids must be used in ICU’. Meerut. Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (Jaipur Chapter). 2nd Annual Conference and Medical seminar cum CME. how much and how long’. 29 January 2009. ‘Mechanical ventilation—a clinical and practical update for physicians’. Criticare 2009(Annual Conference of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine’. Delhi. Conference on ‘Critical care’. ‘Pneumonia in ICU: The CAP and HAP’. Workshop on ‘Mechanical ventilation’. ‘Ventilator associated pneumonia’. 24 March (World TB Day) Indian Medical Association. Government of India. Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (Jaipur Chapter). Border Security Force.

UK. August 2008. 9 February 2009. 15th B. 7 September 2008. Dr Rajiva Gupta • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ‘An approach to joint pain’. Jamshedpur. Intern orientation programme–Good prescription writing. ‘Osteoporosis’. 4–5 December 2008. 18 October 2008. AIIMS. CME. August 2008. Andover. Andower War Memorial Hospital. Southampton UK. Chairperson. India. CME. Winchester. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 292 . 19 October 2008. 2 August 2008. August 2008. Kochi. SMS Medical College.Dr Ashutosh Biswas • • • • ‘MDR tuberculosis’. 20 April 2008. Delhi. ‘Anti TNF therapy at RHCH – an Audit’. ‘An approach to vasculitis’.P. Rheumatology CME. Dr Uma Kumar • ‘Prevalence of pulmonary artery hypertension and its predictors in systemic sclerosis’. Workshop on ‘Clinical methods in medicine’. ‘Guidelines for biologics use in RA’. Jaipur. MAMC CME 2008. SMS Medical College. ESI Hospital. Lucknow. Tata Motor Hospital. ‘Interesting cases of Indian SLE and challenges in their management’. 7 May 2008. ‘Meeting for Indian guideline’. ‘Occupational exposure and PEP for HIV among HCW’. Jaipur. 36th Annual Conference’. Thiruvanthapuram . SGH. Live TV talk on ‘Arthritis’. 9–11 December 2008. Hampshire. IRA task force meeting. APICON 2008. Rheumatology session. ‘Diagnosis. 12 December 2008. HIV/AIDS training workshop. 18 October 2008. RA. Nepal. workshop organized by NIH. 1 February 2009. CMC Vellore. IRACON 2008. MAMC. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences Anniversary Celebration. Rheumatology CME. Invited to participate in Observational study. Kerala. Pune. Convener. ‘A typical presentation of leprosy in referral Hospital’. ‘Sclerderma revist’. Dharan. ‘Young lady with polyarthritis’. ‘Osteoporosis awareness in community’. for DD News. 25 May 2008. RHCH. management and epidemiology of dengue’. NLEP—National Review Meeting for State Leprosy Officers. Tata Motor Medical Society. New Delhi. US.

‘Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on adult Immunization’. Liverpool (UK). American College of Chest Physician. New Delhi. V. Liverpool (UK). BSR. BSR. Los Angeles. V. New Delhi. AIIMS. Pune Study the treatment outcome in Indian systemic sclerosis patients with ILD–Preliminary Result from single centre. Dr Naval Kishore Vikram • ‘Novo Nordisk Oration’. USA. BSR. 22 September 2008. National Symposium on Influenza. January 2009. APICON. Delhi. Greater Noida. ‘Autonomic nervous system dysfunction in rheumatoid arthritis’. Dr Anant Mohan • • Chaired a session and delivered lecture on ‘Applied anatomy of the airways’. Chair the session on ‘Neurological diseases’. October 2008. January 2009. UCLA. Liverpool (UK). USA. National Symposium on Bronchoscopy. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 293 . API. May 2008. Chest Institute. Delhi. ‘Clinical features and management of influenza’. Poster Quiz. BSR. A paper presentation on ‘The role of Vitamin D in susceptibility to HIV and tuberculosis’. 29 February 2009. Dr Sanjeev Sinha A paper presented on Role of Microbicides in HIV/AIDS’. ‘Optimizing the early use of anti THF therapy: Can we target the right patient?’. 18–19 October 2008. XIX Annual CME of Delhi State Chapter of API. Philadelphia. June 2008. ‘OIs in HIV/AIDS: 5 common one’. APICON 2009 Sclerderma revisit – IRACON 2008. Liverpool (UK) ‘Dyslipidemia in Indian SSc patients with reference to lipoprotein a (Lpa)’. ‘Pregnancy outcome in Indian systemic sclerosis patients’. P. 2009 (Member of expert group). APICON. • • • • • Workshop on ‘ASHA’.• • • • • • • • Moderator CPC – Rheumatology Update 2009. Fulford advisory board meeting. Greater Noida. P. Chest Institute.

Revised National TB Control Programme NCT of Delhi for 3 years (2008–2011).K.20. Professor S. randomized. placebo-controlled. multi-centre.lakh. A Phase II. Funded by Pfizer India Ltd for 2 years (2006–2008).K. Sharma. S. Mechelen.K. S. European Union Frame Programme 7 (2008–2011). Funds: Rs 5. Prognostic utility of various acute phase reactants in acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. safety.K. Funds: Rs 1. Sharma. S. Funded by Pfizer India Ltd for 2 years and 6 months (2008–2010). Funds: Rs 16.80lakh. Sharma. Funds: Rs 5 lakh. International. A population based study of prevalence and risk factors in sleep disordered breathing in south Delhi [Designated as South Delhi Sleep Study Cohort (SDSSC)]. 2. Austria for 4 years (2004–2008). Incidence of deep venous thrombosis (DVT) among patients admitted in medical wards and intensive care unit (ICU) of a tertiary care hospital (A study protocol). 4. General De Wittelaan LIIB3. 5 lakh. Sharma. Treatment outcome and drug resistance among CAT II pulmonary tuberculosis under Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP). Sharma. Prevalence of metabolic syndrome in obstructive sleep apnea and the effect of treatment with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) on metabolic syndrome. Evaluation of management strategy for pulmonary embolism (Multicountry international project). Comparison of tuberculin skin test (TST) and interferon-release assay in latent TB infection and tuberculosis disease. 3. Funded by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Funds: Rs 12. S. 3. Ongoing 1. 5. 5. Professor S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 294 . Anant Mohan. Sharma.K. Funds: Rs. Sustaining research momentum over the coming decades: Mentoring the next generation of researchers for tuberculosis.K. double blind study to compare the overall mortality in acutely ill medical patients treated with enoxaparin versus placebo in addition to graduated elastic stockings.RESEARCH Funded projects Completed 1. Sharma. S.88lakh. Funded by Pfizer India Ltd for 3 years (2006–2008).K.7 lakh. Sharma. Vienna. Funded by RNTCP NCT of Delhi for 3 years (2005–2008). Funds: 67. randomized trial to evaluate the anti-bacterial activity.84 lakh. Belgium for 3 years (2008–2011). 2. Funds: Rs 26.24lakh. and tolerability of TMC207 in subjects with sputum smear-positive pulmonary infection with multi-drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MDR-TB). S. Funded by Reliance Clinical Research Services (P) Ltd for 2 years (2008–2009).K. 4. Professor SK Sharma. double-blind. Funded by Tibotec BVBA.

Ministry of Science and Technology. Multicentre Clinical Trial). Evaluation of the efficacy of thrice weekly DOTS regimen in TB pleural effusion at six months (multicentre project). as an adjunct therapy in Cat II pulmonary tuberculosis long with assessment of Immunological parameters (Double-blind. S. 9. Funded by Department of Biotechnology.81 lakh. Multicentre Clinical Trial). Programme support for immuno-proteomics based diagnosis of infectious diseases.K. S. Ministry of Science and Technology. Antiretroviral treatment (ART) Centre for free treatment of HIV/AIDS patients (National AIDS Control Organization (NACO). Sharma. Randomized. Principal Investigator and National Coordinator for 6 years (2004–2010). Funded by Delhi State AIDS Control Society. randomized. Placebo-Controlled. 13. Ministry of Science and Technology. Placebo-controlled. Government of India for 3 years (2006–2009). Funded by National AIDS Control Organization (NACO).6. Efficacy and safety of immunomodulator (Mycobacterium w). Government of India). Funded by Revised National TB Control Programme NCT of Delhi for 3 years (2006–2009).42 lakh. Government of India for 3 years (2006–2009). Funds: Rs 45. S. Revised National TB Control Programme NCT of Delhi through the area District TB Centre.5 lakh (Initially one year likely to get extended indefinitely.lakh.K Sharma. Clinical Trial).K. 2005-ongoing till date). 7. along with assessment of immunological parameters (Double-blind.K. S. PlaceboControlled. Sharma. Multicentre Clinical Trial. Efficacy of thrice weekly intermittent short course anti-tuberculosis chemotherapy in tuberculosis patients with and without HIV infection. S.K. Funds: 1. S. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Funds: Rs 76.K. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 295 . 31. Efficacy and safety of immunomodulator Mw as an adjunct therapy in category I (new sputum smear positive) pulmonary tuberculosis. Government of India for 3 years (2006–2009) Funds: Rs 90.K. Randomized.36lakh. Funded by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.K. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Sharma. Funds: Rs 4. Efficacy of oral zinc administration as an adjunct therapy in Category I Pulmonary Tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameters (Double-blind. Sharma. Funds: Rs 4. S. Government of India and Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 10. 11.38 lakh 12. Sharma. Funds: Rs 173lakh. 14. Sharma. Government of India (Initially one year likely to get extended indefinitely. Funds: Rs 63. Ministry of Science and Technology. Placebo-Controlled.32 lakh. Funded by Department of Biotechnology.K. S. 8. Sharma. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Role of oral vitamin D as an adjunct therapy in Category I Pulmonary Tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameters (Double-blind. Funded by Department of Biotechnology.90 lakh. Government of India for 3 years (2006–2009). S. Government of India for 3 years (2006–2009). Nodal Centre for free treatment of TB. 2005-ongoing till date). Randomized. Funds: Rs 14. Sharma. Ministry of Science and Technology.

Dr Randeep Guleria. Funds: Rs 22. Funds: Rs 19 lakh. Anant Mohan.8 lakh. To evaluate the efficacy and safety of fixed dose combination of formoterol and fluticasone dry powder inhaler in the management of partly controlled and uncontrolled Asthma prospective study. Funds: Rs 12. Pharmaco-genetics of Methotrexate in Rheumatoid arthritis. Funded by Department of Science and Technology (till April 2011). A randomized double-blind placebo controlled exploratory study to assess the safety and efficacy of multiple doses of ACZ885 in COPD. Funded by Indian Council for Medical Research(ICMR) for 3 years (2007–2010). Funded by Ranbaxy India (till April 2009).K. Gupta. Double blind randomized placebo controlled trial of herbal compound MA-364 in patients with mild to moderate bronchial asthma.85 lakh. Randeep Guleria. R. 17. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 296 . Cutaneous vascuitis–aetiological and pathological study. Ministry of Science and Technology. Randeep Guleria. Funded by GSK (till July 2009). Funded by ICMR (till March 2010). Funded by Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (till June 2009). Funded by Department of Science and Technology (till September 2009). Government of India for 3 Years (2007–2010). Randeep Guleria. Gupta. Randeep Guleria. 20. S. Funded by: ICMR (till December 2010). Design and development of Personal use respiratory devices for patients with respiratory failure. Funded by Novartis (till March 2010). Funds:. Study the effect of statin on lipid profile and disease activity in rheumatoid arthritis. 23. Funds:. Funds: Rs 12. 22. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Effects on mortality and strategies for improving nutritional support.64 lakh. Assessment of nutritional and antioxidant enzyme status in mechanically ventilated critically ill patients. Funds: Rs 220lakh. Serum leptin nutritional status and inflammatory markers in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. 26. Funded by AIIMS. Relationship with dyspnea and severity of disease. 25. Randeep Guleria. Randeep Guleria. 16. 24. Funds: Rs 2 lakh. Funds: Rs 19. Funds: Rs 2 lakh. Gupta. An Interventional Nutritional study in subject with newly Diagnosed active Tuberculosis (TB). Funds: Rs 22 lakh. Genetic Metabolic and Hormonal Profile in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome. 28. Funded by DST. 27. Impact of HIV infection on latent TB among patients with HIV-TB co-infection (Facility has been designated as National Facility). R. Randeep Guleria. 21.15.93lakh. 19. Funded by Maharishi Ayurveda (till September 2009). Study of the prevalence of respiratory virus infections in hospitalized patients with acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and bronchial asthma and their impact on morbidity and mortality. Funds: Rs 24 lakh. Dr Randeep Guleria. Sharma. 18. R. Clinical implications of circulating DNA and protein markers in lung cancer.

33. 38. Funded by International Atomic Energy Agency. A controlled study.5 lakh. Funded by Wyeth (till 2009). 31. S.. Funds: Rs 35 lakh. 41. 32. S. 37. A randomized. 40. Mitochondrial DNA Mutations in Lung Cancer.Professor G. Sinha. Body fat and its relationship with metabolic syndrome indicators in overweight pre-adolescents and adolescents. open label study in Asia-Pacific Region Comparing the safety and efficacy of Etanercept with usual DMARD therapy in subjects with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Funds: Rs 46 lakh. Funds: Rs 28 lakh.2 lakh. Funded by AIIMS. Nevirapine versus Efavirenz-based highly active antiretroviral therapy regimens in antiretroviralnaive patients with HIV and Tuberculosis infection in India. Study of prevalence and types of baseline HIV drug resistance in the antiretroviral treatmentnaive and previously treated HIV infected Northern India population.6 lakh. Funded by NACO (A collaborative UCLA. Receiving Background Methotrexate. S. Role of Vitamin D in susceptibility of tuberculosis in HIV (A collaborative Harvard Medical School. Funds: Rs 12 lakh.C. Investigation of genetic basis. S.. Uma Kumar. Khilnani.29. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Funded by NACO. 39. Study of the variability in systemic inflammation in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease due to smoking and non-smoking related causes. . Funds: Rs 45 lakh. Sinha. USA. Funded by Ministry of Environment and Forest for 3 years Funds: Rs 5. Funded by NIH. Funded by NACO (A collaborative UCLA. Vienna. Funds: Rs 12. Effect of outdoor and indoor air pollution on children’s health in Delhi. per year for three and half years) 35. Sinha. S. Sinha. and Experiencing an Inadequate Response to Methotrexate. Funds: Rs 45 lakh. 36. Double-Dummy Study to Compare the Efficacy and Safety of Abatacept Administered Subcutaneously and Intravenously in Subjects with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Government of India. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 297 . insulin resistance and diabetes in Asian Indians. and gene-lifestyle interactions in generalized and regional obesity. Uma Kumar. A Phase IIIB Multicentre. USA and AIIMS project). Sinha. 34. USA and AIIMS project). Funds: Rs 2 lakh. Funded by Department of Biotechnology (2008– 2011). Funds: 19. 30. USA and AIIMS project). Funded by Indian Council of medical Research (ICMR) (2009–2012). Funded by British Meyer Squibb (till 2010). ASHA HIV health promotion intervention. Randomized. Double-Blind. Study of early versus delayed initiation of antiretroviral therapy for HIV infected patients with tuberculosis on Antituberculosis chemotherapy in Indian subjects. Oxidized low-density lipoprotein antibodies: pathogenic implications for vascular involvement in patients with autoimmune diseases and type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Evaluation of 18. Dynamics of commensal flora and development of nosocomial infections in the critically ill.A hospital based study 9. Pregnancy outcome in Indian systemic sclerosis 19. Critical Appraisal of Assessment in Key Clinical Disciplines in Undergraduate Course .Departmental Projects Completed 1. Clinical profile of frail elderly patients in hospital setting 14. Hospitalisation for rheumatic diseases—a prospective study 8. Neurocognitive functions in AIDS patients and response to antiretroviral therapy 21. AIIMS (CMET) 7. 15. Study the effect of DMARD on lipid profile in rheumatoid arthritis with special reference to lipoprotein A and oxidized LDL 18. Evaluation of efficacy and adverse effects of antiretroviral drugs in treatment naïve HIV patients at AIIMS AIIMS 2008-2009 / 298 .FDG PET-CT and comparison with CT findings in patients with mediastinal lymphadenopathy due to tuberculosis and sarcoidosis 13. Screening for catastrophic antiphospholipid syndrome 3. Prevalence and clinical significance of antiphospholipid antibodies in systemic sclerosis 20. Study of neuropathy associated with rheumatoid arthritis 4. Assessment of nutritional profile and CRP levels in patients with respiratory failure who are on mechanical ventilation 12. Role of 18 FDG CT PET in diagnosis and assessment of Systemic Necrotising Vasculitis 17. Treatment outcome and drug resistance among category II pulmonary tuberculosis patients under RNTCP 6. Study the therapeutic window in rheumatoid arthritis 2. Efficacy of oral Sildenafil in pulmonary artery hypertension in Scleroderma. To study the pregnancy outcome in systemic lupus erythematosis with special reference to cyclophosphamide therapy 16. Evaluation of side effects of Anti retroviral therapy in patients with HIV/AIDS. Serum nitrite as a discriminatory marker for inflammatory back pain 5. To study the therapeutic window in Rheumatoid arthritis 10. Screening for catastrophic antiphospholipid antibody syndrome 11.

Study of the prognostic utility of various inflammatory markers in patients with acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 14. Dyslipidemia among HIV infected patients with Antiretroviral Therapy 5.Ongoing 1. Endothelial dysfunction in systemic sclerosis 12. Dyslipidemia among HIV infected patients receiving antiretroviral therapy. Atherosclerosis in Ankylosing Spondylitis 4. Viral Hepatitis Co-infection among HIV/AIDS 19. Evaluation of side effects of Anti retroviral therapy in patients with HIV/AIDS 6. Study the prevalence of Clostridium difficile in nosocomial diarrhea in patients admitted in Medicine ICU 9. Dynamics of commensal flora and development of nosocomial infections in the critically ill 8. Study the etiology of reactive arthritis in Indian patients 3. Endothelial dysfunction in systemic sclerosis 16. Gastrointestinal manifestations in systemic sclerosis 18. Study of Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Atherosclerosis in Asian Indians. Evaluation of 18. Clinical profile of frail elderly patients in hospital setting 11. Study of bone mineral density in young adult with JIA 22. Evaluation of risk factors associated with hospital mortality: A case control study 20.FDG PET-CT and comparison with CT findings in patients with mediastinal lymphadenopathy due to tuberculosis and Sarcoidosis 7. a prospective observational study 21. 15. Prognostic utility of various acute phase reactants in acute exacerbation of COPD 10. Utility of PET scan in assessing extent of disease and response to treatment in Sarcoidosis 13. Study the clinical and laboratory correlations of hand abnormalities in scleroderma 2. Evaluation of Disease activity by Imaging modalities in TA 23. Serum IL-6 Level as marker of Disease activity in Ankylosing Spondylitis without peripheral arthritis AIIMS 2008-2009 / 299 . Cognitive dysfunction in systemic lupus erythematosus 17.

A Study of Haematological Abnormalities in HIV/AIDS (with Haematology). Hospitalisation for Systemic Rheumatic Diseases (with Dermatology. Holmium radiosynovectomy in refractory arthritis (with Nuclear Medicine) 5. Effect of IFN-õ and immune complex on neutrophil-CR1 transcript and its relationship with CR1 density polymorphism (with Biochemistry) 19. Evaluation of patients with mediastinal lymphadenopathy using 18 FDG PET Scan and its correlation with histopathology (with Department of Surgery) 6. Role of complement regulatory protein DAF. Role of 18 FDG PET Scan in the diagnosis and evaluation of pulmonary nodules Surgery) (with 7.Collaborative Projects Completed 1. 12. its relationship with CR1 density polymorphism and significance in SLE. MCP and CD59 in pathophysiology of SLE (with Biochemistry ) 9. HIV/AIDS: AIIMS 2008-2009 / 300 . Modulation of neutrophil CR1 expression by IFN-¥ and immune complexes. Phenotyping and genotyping characterization of clinical isolates of Candida Species (with Microbiology). (with Biochemistry) 8. Endothelial Dysfunction in Rheumatoid Arthritis (with Radiology) 15. 10. Immunological characterization of HIV-1 Clade-C virus (with Microbiology). 13. Diagnosis of visceral Leishmaniasis by use of PCR on patient blood (with Microbiology). Gastroenterology and Hospital Administration) 16. Cytokine gene polymorphism and their possible association with immune restoration disease in HIV-TB co-infected patients (with Microbiology). Cutaneous vascuitis–aetiological and clinico-pathological correlation (with Dermatology) 14. Study of etiological risk factor profile in paediatric strokes (with Paediatrics) 2. 18. 11. To study the pregnancy outcomes in patients with SLE with special reference to cyclophosphamide therapy (with Obstetrics and Gynaecology) 4. Genetic characterization of HIV-1 subtype-C envelope including V3 antibodies (with Biochemistry). 17. Role of 18-FDG PET-CT scan in diagnosis and assessment of disease activity in primary systemic necrotizing vasculitis (with Nuclear Medicine and Cardiac Radiology) 3.

Diagnosis of Symptomatic Visceral Leishmaniasis by Use of the Polymerase Chain Reaction on Peripheral Blood Samples (with Microbiology) 22. Complement regulatory proteins and their significance in the pathophysiology of systemic lupus erythematosus (with Biochemistry) 2. Impaired glucose tolerance in children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis (with Paediatrics) 5. Psychosocial aspect of chronic pain syndrome (with Psychiatry) 13. Existing status of Faculty Development in Medical Education in India (with CMET) 23. Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome and its selected socio–behavioral determinants among females aged more than 20 years residing in an urban resettlement colony. South Delhi (with Community Medicine) 3.20. A study of chronic exposure to magnetic field on pain status of fibromyalgia patient (with Physiology) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 301 . Determination of relative fraction of integrated and unintegrated viral DNA and plasma viral RNA in HIV-1 infected individuals (with Biochemistry). Prevalence and Treatment Response of Coccidian Parasite Infection in HIV Positive Patients at AIIMS (with Laboratory Medicine) Ongoing 1. 8. Endothelial nitric oxide synthase gene polymorphism and rheumatoid arthritis (with Biochemistry) 6. Study of acute febrile illnesses with Cytopenias (with Haematology) 11. Prevalence and treatment response of Coccidian parasitic infections in HIV positive patients at AIIMS (with Laboratory Medicine) 21. A comparative study of Pain status in Fibromyalgia patients and healthy controls (with Physiology). Expression and modulation of complement receptors: significance in the pathophysiology and prognosis of autoimmune disorders (with Biochemistry) 7. To study the immunogenic effect of Kinesin motor domain gene against visceral Leishmaniasis (with Laboratory Medicine) 9. Arthroscopic elbow synovectomy in Rheumatoid arthritis: its effecriveness and MRI correlation (with Orthopaedics) 14. Study of Mycobacteremia in Patients with Extrapulmonary and Disseminated Tuberculosis (with Laboratory Medicine) 10. 12. Comparison of serum and dietary erythrocyte magnesium in obese and non-obese children and its relation to insulin resistance (with Paediatrics) 4.

Expression and modulation of leukocyte Complement Receptor 1 and CD59 (Protectin) in relation to rheumatoid arthritis (with Biochemistry) 16. Funded by CSIR (2008–2011). (with Microbiology) 23. Study of genetic polymorphism of dihydropteroate synthase (DHPS) gene in Pneumocystis jirovecii isolates and its correlation with treatment failure and clinical outcome in patients with Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia.15. Study of Mycobactermia in Disseminated Tuberculosis (with Laboratory Medicine) 28. Funded by Global sponsored Lux biosciences (with Dr R. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences). Reference diagnostic range for serum free light chains in Indian Subjects. P. Brachial plexus neurotization with phrenic and or intercostals nerves and its effect on pulmonary function (with Neurosurgery). Funded by Department of Science and Technology (DST). (with Microbiology) 18. 25. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences) 26. Comparison with multiple myeloma (with Haematology) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 302 . Funded by DST (2009– 2012) (with Microbiology). 22. “Detection & quantification of Pneumocystis jirovecii in respiratory samples using real time PCR in patients with HIV infections. Double masked Placebo controlled parallel group multicentre dose ranging study within an optional extension to assist efficacy and safety of LX 211 as therapy in subjects with clinically quiescent fight threatening non-infectious intermediate anterior and intermediate posterior and pan uvetis. Study of genetic diversity and phylogenetic analysis of Pneumocystis jirovecii obtained from patients with clinical diagnosis of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP). 20. 19. Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences). Funded by Global sponsored Lux biosciences (with Dr R. 24. Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase Gene Polymorphism and Rheumatoid arthritis (with Biochemistry) 17. Funded by ICMR (2009–2012). Double masked Placebo controlled parallel group multicentre dose ranging study within an optional extension to assist efficacy and safety of LX 211 as therapy in subjects with active fight threatening non-infectious intermediate interior and intermediate posterior pan uveitis. 27. DNA amplification study by polymerase chain Reaction (PCR) to detect sub-clinical Pneumocystis carinii Pneumonia (PCP infection and colonization in ‘at risk’ patients with or without respiratory symptoms. (with Microbiology) 21.P. Primary drug resistance studies by Genotypic and Phenotypic analysis in HIV – Indian subtype C infected individual (with Microbiology). Funded by Global sponsored Lux biosciences (with Dr R. Existing status of Faculty Development in Medical Education in India (with CMET).P. Double masked Placebo controlled parallel group multicentre dose ranging study within an optional extension to assist efficacy and safety of LX 211 as therapy in subjects with active fight threatening non-infectious anterior uveitis.

Misra A. Obesity (Silver Spring) 2009 Jan 22. Waist circumference measurement by site. Agarwal SK. ISAAC Phase III Study Group. Modulation of neutrophil CR1 expression by IFN-¥ and immune complexes.372:1039–48. Luthra K. Ellwood P. Guleria R.64:123–48. 7. Bhardwaj S. Vikram NK. Bjorksten B. 3. Allergy 2009. and meal time: Implications for methodology. 103:386–92. 9. Stoltzfus JC: Effect of tripped position on objective parameters of respiratory function in stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Childhood obesity in Asian Indians: A burgeoning cause of insulin resistance. diabetes and sub-clinical inflammation. [Professor S. Gulati S. Guleria R. Diddi K. Sharma was the Principal Investigator for the study from India (name listed in the Appendix in online supplement)]. Khurana L. Clayton T. Worldwide time trends for symptoms of rhinitis and conjunctivitis: Phase III of the International study of asthma and allergies in childhood. Steward A. Beasley R. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2008. Guleria R.17:167–170. 5. Lancet 2008.19:184– 9.K. Bhushan B. Luqman-Arafath TK. et al. Ellwood P. Role of complement regulatory protein DAF.K. Shah P. Ait-Khaled N. respiratory phase. [Professor SK Sharma was the Principal Investigator for the study from India (name listed in the Appendix in online supplement)]. Strachan D. Association between paracetamol use in infancy and childhood. Guleria R. India. Obstructive sleep apnea correlates with C-reactive protein in obese Asian Indians. Shah J. Goel R. Vikram NK.19:110–24. Crane J. 2. et al. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 303 . Chahar HS. Gupta AK. posture. its relationship with CR1 density polymorphism and significance in SLE (with Biochemistry) 30. Virol J 2008. Bardia A. Anderson HR. Aggarwal P. Dar L. TNF-alpha gene polymorphism and TNF-alpha levels in obese Asian Indians with obstructive sleep apnea. Vikram NK. Montefort S. Lai CKW. Misra A. ISAAC phase three study group. Pearce N.29. Vikram NK. rhinoconjunctivitis. Sharma was the Principal Investigator for the study from India (name listed in the Appendix in online supplement)]. 8. Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2008. Mohan A. Pandey A. Stewart A. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis 2009.5:1. Bhushan B. Global map of the prevalence of symptoms rhinoconctivitis in children: The International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) Phase Three. Nanda S. Bhatt SP. and eczema in children aged 6–7 years: Analysis from Phase Three of the ISAAC programme. 6. Misra A. 4. ISAAC phase three study group. von Mutius E. Resp Med 2009. Indian J Chest Disease Allied Sci 2009.51:83–5. [Professor S. Misra A. MCP and CD59 in pathophysiology of SLE (with Biochemistry) PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Bharaj P. Montefort S. Luthra K. Pandey RM. and risk of asthma. Clayton T. Concurrent infections by all four dengue virus serotypes during an outbreak of dengue in 2006 in Delhi.

Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 2008. Gupta R. Sharma MC. Selvaraj DR. Epidemiology of nosocomial infections in medicine intensive care unit at a tertiary care hospital in northern India. Das S. 17. Predictive equations for body fat and abdominal fat with DXA and MRI as reference in Asian Indians.10. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 304 . 22. Ray D. Obesity (Silver Spring) 2008. Jain V. Sreenivas V.9:470–80. Guleria R. Alappan NK. Gupta N. Agarwal S. 12. Tropical Doctor 2009. Poddar P. Goswami R. Pandey RM. Batra J. Kavimandan A.50:321–28. Does CT-PET predict disease activity in Takayasu’s arteritis? Scand J Rheumatol 2008. Misra A.122:202– 8. Sharma R. J Clin Neurosci 2008. Handa R. Sharma SK. Hadda V. Rajalingam R. tender bones and rapid loss of weight: A case report.16:451–6. Lemierre’s syndrome due to community-acquired methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infection and presenting with orbital cellulitis: a case report. Chopra A. Sharma SG. Gupta R. Banga A. Habibi S. S Gupta. Gupta R. Sood R. Wig N. Aspergillus colonisation of pulmonary rheumatoid nodules: A Rare Cause of ‘Bull’s Eye’ appearance. Successful twin pregnancy on cyclophosphamide therapy in a patient with lupus nephritis.2:37 [doi:10. Mirdha BR. 21. Vikram NK. Das CJ. Sharma SK. Pandey B. Goel R. Kumar R. Singh S. Seth A. Genetic association of acidic mammalian chitinase with atopic asthma and serum total IgE levels. 13. Kabra SK. 20. Lodha R. 16. Identification of insulin resistance in Asian Indian adolescents: classification and regression tree (CART) and logistic regression based classification rules.15:1222–6. 19. Vikram NK. et al. Presence of spondyloarthopathy and its clinical profile in patients with hypoparathyroidism. Du Z. Kadhiravan T. [Epub ahead of print]. Jain D. Clin Endocrinol (oxf) 2008.37:237–9. Debnath J. et al. Genes Immun 2008. Ghosh B. Pandey RM. Suri V. Kumar U. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2008. KIR2DL5 alleles mark certain combination of activating KIR genes. Chatterjee R. Kondal D. MM Thabah. P Kaur. Gupta R. J Med Case Reports 2008. Tuberculous mycotic aneurysm of aortic root: An unusual cause of cardiac tamponade. Tomar N. Gupta R. Use of different primer directed sequence amplification by polymerase chain reaction for identification of Pneumocystis jirovecii in clinical samples. Body aches. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2008. Pandey RM.1186/1757-1626-2-37]. Sharma SK.39:112–13. Spellman S. Mohan A. Goel K. [Epub 2007 Sep 4]. Sharma SK. Misra A. Tubular aggregate myopathy: a rare form of myopathy. et al. Rheumatol International 2009. Kumar L. Sarkar C.38:233–5. Aron M. 14. 11. et al. 15. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2009. et al. Piramanayagam P. 18. Sharma SK. Trop Doct 2008.e7. Goel A. Reed EF.2:374. Cases Journal 2009. Palaniswamy C. 23. Das TK. Deepanjai S. Kumar U.68:258– 63.51:41–3.

369:1519–27. Sharma SK. Medical Management of genitourinary tuberculosis. 25. 33. Soneja M. Kumar K.56:379–80. Sharma SK. Mechanical ventilation-A clinical and practical update for physicians. Bammigatti C.56:577–8. Sharma was the principal Investigator from India-name listed in online supplement Appendix). Sharma SK. Gopi A. Mitochondrial structural changes and dysfunction are associated with experimental allergic asthma. Management of severe sepsis: Role of ‘bundles’. Mahajan V. Assessment of atherosclerosis by carotid intimomedial thickness in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Sharma S.24:362–8. et al. Unusual lung mass: benign or malignant? Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2008. Lancet 2007. 28. Pandey RM. 26. Banga A. Khilnani GC. Khilnani GC. Kuse ER. Micafungin versus liposomal amphotericin B for candidaemia and invasive candidosis: a phase III randomised double-blind trial. Khilnani GC. Hadda V. Misra A.23:200–2006.18:248–54. Thabah MM. Gupta R. Hemorrhagic pseudocyst of the adrenal gland causing acute abdominal pain. Gupta R.62:65–67. Safaya R. (Professor S. Handa R. Indian J Urol 2008. et al. Emerg Med J 2008. Eur J Cancer Care Eng 2009. 36. Handa R. Khilnani GC. Yadav R. 32. JAPI 2008. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2009. Hadda V.80:699. Images in Clinical Tropical Medicine. Kiran AG. 38. Kumar U. 31. Sharma SK. Ruhnke M. Kukreti R. Bhatt SP. Kumar U.181:3540–8. 37. Gupta SD. Barrios C. 39. Pharmacogenomics 2009. 30. Chetchotisakd P. Understanding clinical variability in response to asthma treatment. Gupta P. Guleria R. Raghunadharao D. Roshan R. Guleria R: Prognostic implications of circulating anti-p53 antibodies in lung cancer—a review. Gopi A. Prevalence and predictors of pulmonary artery hypertension in systemic sclerosis. Kumar A. Kumar S. Sharma R. Mohan A. Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis 2008.50:365–67.56:413–17. et al. Thabah MM. 27. Noninvasive ventilation in patients with chronic obstructive airway disease. JAPI 2008.K. Unusual associations of Pachydermoperiostosis—a case report.10:327–30. Sharma SK. Gulati G. Ramam M. Mabalirajan U.3:351–7. Kadhiravan T. Hari S. Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma.50:365–7. J Assoc Physicians India 2008. 35. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2008. Heeding clues to metformin-associated lactic acidosis: prompt response can save life.25:537–38. Kumar A.24. Cunha CA. Hari S. IJMS 2008. Dinda AK. [Review]. 34. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2009. Kumar U.51:27–36. Postgraduate Medicine 2009. Kumar U. Chennavir B. J Immunol 2008. Kadhiravan T . Kumar S. 29. Disseminated Cysticercosis. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 305 . Ramteke R.

Sharma SK.56:493–4. 50. Sharma SK.336:1429–33. Smith-Rohrberg D. Aggarwal A. Cytomegalovirus polyradiculopathy: A rare neurological manifestation of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.47:ii88–ii89. Medical and Surgical Management. [Epub ahead of print] 41. Gupta N. Sharma SK. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention 2008. Goel K. Mohan C. 49. Neurology India 2008. Mohan A. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Science 2008. glycemia. Vaidya B. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2008.31:1282–7. Novel phenotypic markers and screening score for the metabolic syndrome in adult Asian Indians. Pathak AK. Shakti D. 43. Makkar BM. Singh P. Misra A. and the Metabolic Syndrome for Asian Indians and Recommendations for Physical Activity. Wasir JS. Thabah MM. Viruses are an important cause of community acquired pneumonia.40. Mohan A. Autonomic nervous system dysfunction in Rheumatoid arthritis. [Epub 2007 Sep 18]. Derivation of a prognostic equation to predict in-hospital mortality and requirement of invasive mechanical ventilation in patients with acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Effect of change in symptoms. Sharma SK. Sethu M. for Consensus Group. BMJ 2008. Smith-Ruhrberg D. et al. Mohan C. Wasir J. Gupta R. Vikram NK.9:557– 62. Mohan A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 306 . Goswami P. et al. Effect of supervised progressive resistance exercise training protocol on insulin sensitivity. Mohan A. Neurogastroenterol Motil 2009 Feb 12. Acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome in malaria. Alappan NK. Pandey RM. Mittal K. Consensus Statement for Diagnosis of Obesity. Chowbey P. Yadav RK.1:231–4. Gulati M. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2008:79:e1–e5. Torka P. 52. Bhatt SP. Mohan A. Neurol India 2008. Sharma S. Sharma SK. [Letter] 46. Seith A. Makharia GK. Mohan A. Vikram NK. Mohan A. Rheumatology 2008. Concurrent Pulmonary Aspergillosis and Nocardiosis in an old Tubercular cavity masquerading as Malignancy in an immunocompetent individual. Fibreoptic bronchoscopy in the diagnosis of sputum smear-negative pulmonary tuberculosis: current status. 47. Vikram NK. Bollineni S. Sharma SK.50:335–42. 44. Prakash J.57:163–170. Mohan A.45:179–93 [Review]. Setu M. nutritional profile and quality of life on response to treatment in advanced non small cell lung cancer. et al. Diabetes Care 2008. Misra A. Arora VK. Arora S. Pandey RM. Sinha A. Guleria R.56:493–4. Misra A. 48. Abdominal Obesity. Respir Med CME 2008. Luqman-Arafath TK. Cytomegalovirus Polyneuropathy in an Indian AIDS patient. respiratory status. et al. lipids and body composition in Asian Indians with type 2 diabetes. Chadha D. Structural and functional abnormalities in lungs in patients with achalasia. Jaiswal A. J Vector Borne Dis 2008. 42. Aneja R. 45. J Assoc Physicians India 2009. Kumar S. et al. et al.50:67–78. 51.

Dudha M. Hari S. Sreenivas V. Selvaraj DR. 61. FoxP3+ Regulatory T Cells Suppress Effector T Cell Function at Pathologic Site in Miliary Tuberculosis. Isolated nodular pulmonary amyloidosis. Chugh T. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2009 Feb 26. Sleep Med 2009 Mar 21 [Epub ahead of print] 57. Gupta R. Shankar S. et al. Kavitha VJ.53. et al.177:712–9. Sharma SK. Danishad KA.60: 207–17 56. Clin Exp Immunol 2008. Singh A. Sharma S. Luo L. Sharma SK. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 2008. Aich J. Sharma SK. Pandey RM. 59. Selvaraj DR. Mabalirajan U. Misra A. Mitra DK. A genetic variation in inositol polyphosphate 4 phosphatase a enhances susceptibility to asthma. Sharma MC. Sharma S. Atherosclerosis 2009. 63. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2008. Vikram NK.203:291–7. 64. et al. Seth A. Role of acute viral hepatitis as a confounding factor in antituberculosis treatment induced hepatotoxicity. Intern Med J 2008. Kadhiravan T. Batra J. Ghosh B. Sharma S. Immunogenetics 2008. Ghosh B. et al. Makharia G. Guleria R.129:64–7. Overview and implications of obstructive sleep apnea. Marwaha V.50:137–50. 60. Rajalingam R. Kumar U. Mantle Cell Lymphoma Presenting as Mikulicz Syndrome. Sharma H. Sharma SK.151: 251–9. Reddy EV. Meenagh A. Am J Ther 2009 Apr 4. Prevalence and risk factors of obstructive sleep apnea among middle-aged urban Indians-a community-based study. Handa KK. Gupta A. Sarda P.82:e9–e12. et al. Sharma M. Sharma PK. Sharma R. Du Z. 54. Investigation of hepatic gluconeogenesis pathway in non-diabetic Asian Indians with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease using in vivo (31P) phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Sinha S. its prognosis and tumour necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha levels in Asian Indians. Wheezy patient with heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: what to treat with? Am J Emerg Med 2008.18:1041–9. Indian J Med Res 2009. Saha PK. Kumar A. Das M. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 307 . Aneja R. Palaniswamy C. Palaniswamy C. Mohan A. 55. et al. Pharmacogenet Genomics 2008. Comparison of short insulin tolerance test with HOMA. Method for assessment of insulin sensitivity in Asian Indians in north India. Pavithra-Arulvani R. Vikram NK. Nagarkatti R. Ahuja V. Association of TNF polymorphisms with sarcoidosis. et al.26:1060. Interaction of genes from influx-metabolism-efflux pathway and their influence on methotrexate efficacy in rheumatoid arthritis patients among Indians. 65. Jayaswal A. Sharma R. [Epub ahead of print] 62. Kumar J. Sinha S. Mohan A. Mishar HK. Distinct diversity of KIR genes in three southern Indian populations: comparison with world populations revealed a link between KIR gene content and pre-historic human migrations.38:293–4 58. Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2008. Guleria R.

Singh D. Saluja TP. Sleep Med 2008. 72. Beliefs about the causes and consequences of pain in patients with chronic inflammatory or non-inflammatory low back pain and in pain-free individuals. 74. Sharma SK. MGIMS. The Proceedings of International update on Excellence in medical education. Hafiz A.18:824–32. A case control study in North India. Medical Education in India . is responsible for increased serum hs-CRP levels in patients with sleep-disordered-breathing in Delhi. Gupta R. Kadhiravan T. Walsh DA. 76. 67. Sharma H. Guleria R. Sharma A. Comparative evaluation of FAST Plaque assay with PCR and other conventional in vitro diagnostic methods for the early detection of pulmonary tuberculosis. Isoniazid monotherapy versus other monotherapies or combination chemotherapy for preventing active tuberculosis in HIV-negative persons (Protocol). Mishra H. Quality of Life and Autonomy Preferences in Stable Asthmatics: A Developing Country Scenario. Sharma SK.22:367–74. Magn Reson Imaging 2009.358:1402. 77. Wardha. Khilnani GC. Sinha S. Sharma SK.27:94–100. Guleria R. Kumar V. Opportunistic Infections in AIDS: The five common ones. Sewagram. J Clin Lab Anal 2008. 79. Tharyan P.: CD007545. Rathi M. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2009.9:149–56. Respirology 2009. et al. 75.14:83–89. Management of the patient with HIV disease.66. 69. Kadhiravan T. Kaur M. No. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2009. Kadhiravan T.CD007545. Sinha S. Misra A. Dis Mon 2008. Part II. Pandey RM. Mohan A. 73. Singh VK. A Mohan. Proton MR Spectroscopy (MRS) and biochemical investigation of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Asian Indians: Observation of high muscle lipids and C-reactive protein (CRP) levels. Kumar V. 78. Pandey RM. Goel A. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy of brain to study the cerebral metabolic abnormalities in COPD patients.Medical Teacher 2008. Jagannathan NR. Sharma SK. 88: 663–9. Potential confounders in the ‘Influence of gender on the outcome of severe sepsis’ study. Medicine Update 2009. 70. Issue 1. Sloan TJ. Spine 2008.54:162– 95. DOI: 10. Essentiality of ‘spirit of scientific enquiry (research)–an integral part of medical curriculum at undergraduate and postgraduate level’. Singh S. Sharma SK. Sinha S. Art. Singh NK. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 308 . Sood R.33:966–72. 80. Sidana A. Spontaneous splenic rupture in dengue haemorrhagic fever. Chap. 71. N Engl J Med 2008. 12–13 September 2008. Sharma SK. Sreenivas V. Sood R. 68. Chest 2008. Sarcoidosis. Obesity and not obstructive sleep apnea.51:15–20. Solitary Pulmonary Nodule: How and how much to investigate? Medicine Update 2008. Zhang W.1002/14651858. Am J Trop Med Hyg 2008.30:585–91. Tahir M.78:7. Kadhiravan T.134:671-2. Jagannathan NR.

87. Is eczema really on the increase worldwide? J Allergy Clin Immunol 2008. Mitsuyasu RT. Kumar S. Williams H. 83.49:566–69. Saurabh S.56:949–54. J Assoc Physicians India 2008:56: 158–64. Pandey RM. Srivastava S. 82. Magnetic resonance features of cerebral malaria. Bhatt SP. Dyslipidemia in Indian SSc patients with reference to lipoprotein a (Lpa). Agarwal SK. 92. Vaidya B. 89.128:734–9. Singh UB. Feasibility and Efficacy of Intra articular Steroids (IAS) in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA). Rheumatology (oxford) 2008. Thabah MM. Sharma was the Principal Investigator for the study from India (name listed in the Appendix in online supplement)]. Agarwal S. 85. Deepanjali S. Principles of thesis writing (Book review) Indian J Pharmacology 2008. Sinha S. Kumar U. Das CJ. Vajpayee M. and their association with metabolic syndrome. Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome manifesting as disseminated tuberculosis.46:264–65.20:370–5.47:ii86. Gupta R. Kabra. P Torka. Gupta R. Vikram NK. Yadav P. Misra A.121:947–54. Tahir M. Tahir M. Mohan A. Dietary adequacy in Asian Indians with HIV. S K Sharma. deep venous thrombosis encephalopathy and myelopathy. Acta Radiol 2008. Cookson W. Comparison of Definitions of the Metabolic Syndrome in Adult Asian Indians. Multidimensional health status of HIV-infected outpatients at a tertiary care center in north India. Rheumatology 2008.47:ii87–ii88. Wig N. 90. Thabah MM. Pregnancy outcome in Indian systemic sclerosis patients. Journal of Clinical Neurosciences 2009. Pandey RM. Vikram NK. S Deepanjali.47:ii88. Anderson HR. 91. Verma S. 88. [Professor S.16:284. R Gupta. Gupta R. Khakha DC. 86. Study of dihydropteroate synthase (DHPS) gene mutations among isolates of Pneumocystis jiroveci. Mehta S. 354. Mirdha BR. Sakhuja A. Bhatt SP. Sharma SK. Vyas A. Indian Pediatrics 2009. 84. R Gupta. Vikram NK. R Lodha. Luthra K. Thabah MM. J Assoc Physicians India 2008. To Study the treatment outcome in Indian systemic sclerosis patients with ILD–Preliminary Result from single center. Rheumatology (oxford) 2008.62:87–97.K. Sinha S. Kaur P. Sakhuja A. Misra A. Distribution and cutoff points of fasting insulin in Asian Indian adolescents. Wig N. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 309 .K.81. Sharma SK. 94. P Kaur. Lakhsmy R. Sharma R. Intracranial SOL in a newly diagnosed AIDS patient.50:363–64. S. Guleria R. Indian J Med Sci 2008. 93. and the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) Phase one and Three Study Groups. von Mutius E. Luthra K. Sood R. Indian J Med Res 2008. AIDS Care 2008. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2008. Stewart A. Tyagi AK. Wasir JS.40:134.

Bope ET (eds). Singal RK. Disseminated and miliary tuberculosis. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 310 . New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Agarwal AK. Sharma SK. Tuberculosis. 2009:177–181. In: Sharma SK. 2009:282–90. Pneomococcus vaccine. 5. Agarwal AK (eds). Introduction. Conn’s current therapy 2009. New Delhi. 2009:146–50. 2009. Evidence-based indications for thromboprophylaxis. 2. New Delhi. Operational issues. Medicine Update under the auspices of Association of Physicians of India. In: Sharma SK. 9. 2. Mohan A (eds). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Tuberculosis: A comprehensive clinical reference.Books 1. In: Schaff HS. Sharma SK. and DOTS Programmes. Sharma SK. New Delhi. Sharma SK. Chapters in Books 1. Chauhan LK. Sharma SK. 7. 2nd ed. In: Sharma SK. 4. Sharma SK. Adrenocortical reserve in tuberculosis. USA: Saunders Elsevier. Medicine Update under the auspices of Association of Physicians of India. Singhal RK. Kadhiravan T. 12. History. In: Rakel RE. 2nd ed. USA: Saunders Elsevier. Agarwal AK (eds). In: Rakel RE. New Delhi: Medicine Update under the auspices of Association of Physicians of India. Mohan A. 2009:553–60. 2nd edn. In: Sharma SK. In: Sharma SK. Sharma SK. Adult Immunization. Tuberculosis. Adult Immunization. In: Sharma SK. Yadav P (eds). 2009. In: Sharma SK. Zumla A (eds). Ahluwalia G. 6. USA: Saunders Elsevier. Sharma SK. 10. 2009. Ahluwalia G. 8. New Delhi. Jain DG. Mohan A. Sharma SK. Mohan A (eds). Mohan A (eds). Tuberculosis. Kahiravan T. Mohan A. 2009:1–6. Adult Immunization. 13. Yadav P (eds). Sharma SK. 2009. Agarwal AK (eds). Kadhiravan T. Ahluwalia G. Tuberculosis and Other Mycobacterial Diseases. Yellow fever vaccine. 2009:45–59. Jain DG. 2nd ed. 2009:493–518. Jain DG. Singal RK. Sharma SK. 2nd ed. Mohan A (eds). New Delhi: Association of Physicians of India. Tuberculosis. Sharma SK. Yadav P (eds). 2009. compliance. Tuberculosis. Sharma SK. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 2009:668–175. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Tuberculosis. 3. Agarwal AK. Sharma SK. Mohan A (eds). 11. 2009:7–15. Mohan A (eds). Sharma SK. Bope ET (eds). Lower lung field tuberculosis. Mohan A. 2009:227–31. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Kochupillai N. Conn’s Current Therapy 2009. Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever: What not to do? Agarwal AK. Salient clinical characteristics of severe falciparum malaria in adults in the tropics. Prasad GA. 2nd ed. Management of the patient with HIV disease.

APICON 2009. API Textbook of Medicine. Bhoveshwaranath G. USA: Saunders Elsevier. Tuberculosis and other Mycobacterial Diseases. Medicine Update 2008. Conn’s Current Therapy 2008. Jain DG. Sharma SK. In: Rakel RE. Mohan A. Text Book of Pharmacology. Mumbai: The Association of Physicians of India. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 18. 8th ed. X111–X121. Mohan A. Bope ET. Conn’s Current Therapy 2008. 8th ed. Mohan A. In: Seth SD. 37–41. 2008:270–72. Sood R. 2009. Sood R. Seth V (eds).14. Paul A (eds). Sarcoidosis. USA: Saunders Elsevier. Sharma SK. API Textbook of Medicine. Antiretroviral drugs and drug therapy of HIV/AIDS. Mumbai: The Association of Physicians of India. In: Shah SN. Agarwal AK. 15. Staphylococcal Infections. In: Shah SN. PATIENT CARE Chest Clinic New cases Old cases Total Rheumatology Clinic New cases registered Number of follow up visits Total Rheumatology Procedures Intravenous pulses of steroids and cyclophosphamide Joint and soft tissue injections Synovial fluid aspirations Adult Haematology Clinic New cases Old cases Infectious Diseases Clinic New cases Old cases 414 475 78 305 492 1905 80 352 7919 8271 2077 4031 6108 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 311 . Yadav P (eds). In: Rakel RE. 19. Sood R. 20. Erythema Nodosum–a sign of systemic disease. 3rd ed. 2008:278–85. Paul A (eds). 33–5. Medicine Update 2009. Sinha S. 1508–12. Sharma SK. 17. 16. Plant Poisoning. Gupta S. 2008:824–32. Bope ET (eds). Solitary Pulmonary Nodule: How and how much to investigate? In: Bichile RK (editor).

346 244 210 306 131 306 306 564 3321 328 160 1125 175 120 35 20 4550 1733 1002 1061 261 307 166 .Sleep Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) Clinic New cases Old cases Antiretroviral centre Total registered ART started On ART and regular follow-up Total ART started 2008–2009 AIIMS DOTS Centre Total cases on DOTS CAT I CAT II CAT III Laboratories Respiratory laboratoryNumber Spirometry procedures Diffusion capacity estimation Body Box (Plethysmography) measurements Oxymetries Bronchoscopy Laboratory Fiberoptic bronchoscopyperformed Sleep laboratory Sleep studies CPAP titrations Anthropometries Body composition ADA/ACE Laboratory Adenosine deaminase tests ACE tests Clinical Immunology Laboratory Number of blood samples received Number of tests done AIIMS 2008-2009 / 312 9874 24.

Member. Indian Journal of Chest Diseases and Allied Sciences since 2001. Davidson’s Clinical Cases (Edinburgh) (1st ed). Chest (American College of Chest Physicians) since 2006. 2009. India (NASI). Advisory Board: ChestIndia edition (American College of Chest Physicians) 2000–2006. Association of Physicians of India (API). Journal of Association of Physicians of India (JAPI) since 2000 Journal of Indian Academy of Clinical Medicine 2002–2007. International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases since 1999. National Academy of Sciences. Indian College of Physician since 2005. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Number 5223 6867 1772 1544 1833 100 1997 3302 877 831 80 Professor SK Sharma received following honours: Fellow. Pulmonology section. Editorial Board of the following journals: Lung India since 2004. ‘Adult Immunization’.Section Editor.2008. Indian Association of Sarcoidosis and other Granulomatous Disorders (IASOG) since 2003.) 2006. World Association of Sarcoidosis and other Granulomatous Diseases (WASOG) 1989. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis (IJT) since 2006.) 2005. Association of Physicians of India (API) 2009 Guest Editor . Open Infectious Journal 2008. He is a Fellow. Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine since 2004. Indian Journal of Medical Research. Allahabad. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 313 . Editor. Special issue of IJMR on Sleep Medicine. American Thoracic Society since 1989. American College of Chest Physicians since 1988. Associate Editor. Rabindranath Tagore Oration – 2010. The Open Tropical Medicine Journal since 2008. National College of Chest Physicians (India) since 1989. Clinical Medicine by Kumar and Clark Textbook (6th ed. Association of Physicians of India since 1995. National Academy of Medical Sciences of India since 1993. Indian Journal of Sleep Medicine since 2005. 2009. 2008. American College of Physicians since 2005 Indian Chest Society since 1988.Test RF ANA Anti-dsDNA C3 Serum IgG. 8th edition since 2008. API Textbook of Medicine. Indian College of Physicians (ICP). Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine (20th ed. Davidson’s Principles and Practice of Medicine (21st ed. Monograph. IgA and IgM Cryoglobulins ANCA aCL Anti-LKM-1 ASMA Synovial fluid examination (Including polarizing light microscopy) AWARDS.) (in press).

of India. Biomedcentral Infectious Disease. Professor SK Sharma continues to be the reviewer for the following journals: The Lancet. Govt. Pharmacological Research. He was member. He was a member of committee for Drugs Controller General (India) [DCG(I)} in matters related to regulatory approval of clinical trials for Investigational New Drugs (IND) since 2008. World Lung Health [initiative of International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases (IUATLD)] since 2004. Scientific Advisory Committee of Infectious Diseases. Drugs Purchase Selection Committee. Indian Journal of Medical Research. GOI. Sleep Medicine. of India. Research Officer to Senior Research Officer and Senior Research Officer to Additional Director General at ICMR. LRS Institute of TB and Respiratory Diseases (Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. National Institute of Immunology (NII). Professor SK Sharma was Chairperson of the Curriculum Committee of the Medical Council of India for making postgraduate curriculum on Tropical Medicine. He was Expert Member. Joint Steering Committee for collaboration between the two institutions All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Infectious Diseases and Chest and TB in March 2009. The Association of Physicians of India. Govt. All India Institute of Medical Sciences hospital. Clinica Chimica Acta. He has been appointed as a Co-ordinator of IMPACT (Indian Medical Professional Association’s Coalition Against Tuberculosis) on behalf of the Association of Physicians of India (API) to fight jointly against tuberculosis by forming a coalition for a period of 5 years since 2008. New Delhi. Minneapolis (USA). Expert Group for Pulmonology. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. for the post of lecturer in Respiratory Diseases at University College of Medicine. 2009. of India for MDR-TB. Chest (American College of Chest Physicians). Respiratory Medicine. New Delhi. Cytokine. He was an Expert Member for Selection Committee for the post of Professor in Respiratory Medicine at VP Chest Institute under Delhi University. Central Standing Committee for Operational Research on RNTCP related project. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine. Govt. He continues to be the Chairperson of National Task Force on The Involvement of Medical Colleges in TB Control Programme of India. He was a member of Scientific Committee of APICON 2009 and has been appointed as a member. Delhi. New Delhi and University of Minnesota. Joint Monitoring Mission of the World Bank and World Health Organization and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. 2009 and is an Expert Member for. DOTS-Plus Committee of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Ansari Nagar. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Proteomics.He is a Member. 2009. Indian Journal of Chest Diseases and Allied Sciences. Respirology. of India). April 2009 to evaluate performance of RNTCP. Indian Council of Medical Research since 2004. Respiration. He was a member of Tuberculosis and HPV Vaccine Development Group meeting at National Institute of Immunology 2008. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (Blue Journal). Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Annual meeting of the Research Area Panels/Scientific Advisory Committee (RAP/SAC). Selection Committee for the post of Additional DG to Deputy DG and Deputy DG to Senior Deputy DG. New Delhi. . Allergologia et immunopathological AIIMS 2008-2009 / 314 . The Lancet Infectious Disease. Govt. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis. He was member Selection Committee for admission for DNB course in Respiratory Medicine. New Delhi. 2009. Expert Review of Respiratory Medicine. Infection Genetics and Evolution.

Thailand. Journal of Indian Academy of Clinical Medicine.P.Professor Rita Sood was on the International Advisory Board of 7th edition of Text book of Clinical Medicine by Kumar & Clark. October2008 and for the development of undergraduate and postgraduate curriculum in Family Medicine. Indian College of Physicians. 10–11 January 2009. for the selection of teaching faculty. She was nominated expert by the Medical Council of India to develop the curriculum for the Basic and Advanced courses on Medical education for the teaching faculty. NMJI. Advisory Board. He was invited by the International Atomic Energy (IAEA) as consultant at a meeting on Justification of patient exposure in medical imaging at the IAEA’s Headquarters. H. Member Faculty Council. She was a chancellor’s nominee for 2 years on the selection committee of Pd B D Sharma University of Health Sciences. Member. Association for the Study of Medical Education in Europe (ASME). Project advisory Committee on Nutritional profile of Assam. J Indian Academy of Clinical Medicine. New Delhi. UPSC. Gujrat. Goa. Scientific Advisory Committee of National Institute of Virology. Bangkok. Member. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Dharan. published from Chulalongkorn University. attended 3rd Executive Committee Meeting of SEARAME at Chulalongkorn University. She was invited as technical expert by the Ministry of HRD for selection of fellows for commonwealth fellowships. ICMR. Commonwealth AIIMS 2008-2009 / 315 . Reviewer — International Journal of Medical Education. 25–26 September’ 2008. He was External Examiner for DM (Pulmonary Medicine) PGIMER. 10–14 December 2007. New Delhi. Rohtak. Medical Teacher. 11–15 November 2007.P. Mysore. UPSC. He was nominated .D. Professor Randeep Guleria was an Adviser .resource person for the Refresher Training for the Rapid Response Teams on Avian Influenza held at Panjim. and Delhi University. Examination 2007. organized by the National testing service. Tuberculosis and Other Chest Diseases” of the ICMR. SEARO. (Medicine) University of Kashmir. UPSC He was member of the Project Review Committee on “Leprosy. JAPI. Yonsei Medical journal. Vienna. on Editorial Board ‘South East Asian Journal of Medical Education’ (SEAJME). Pune and Joint Monitoring Committee on Avian Influenza Constituted by the Governmentof India. He was member of the expert Committee/ Interview Board to select the Associate Professor (Chest & TB) in the department of Medical Education. Bangkok. DNB course in Respiratory Medicine at LRS Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases. He was member of the interview board to interview the candidates for the post of Civilian Medical Officer. Chandigarh and External Examiner for M. She was invited as Temporary Advisor to WHO for the Expert group meeting to review and finalize the module on ‘Teaching of ethics in undergraduate medical curriculum’ at WHO. He was also Adviser. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences. Postgraduate Medical Journal. qualified in the Combined Medical Services.22nd August 2007. B. Executive Committee member of South East Asian Regional Association of Medical Education (SEARAME).Board for the interview of candidates. Board for the interview candidates for Assistant Professor (TB and Chest Disease). Manipur and Meghalaya.. She was also invited faculty for the 3rd National convention on ‘Testing and Evaluation’ held at New Delhi on 18–20 February 2009. She was an expert for Medical Council of India for undergraduate and postgraduate (competence based) curriculum revision in Medicine. and member of the Expert Committee constituted by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to visit Leptospirosis affected areas in Surat. Journal of Association of Physicians of India.

JSS University. and External examiner for Practical examination for MD Medicine Examination at Jodhpur. New-Delhi. Dr Ashutosh Biswas was conferred membership of New York Academy of Sciences. Dr Naveet Wig received Masters Degree in ‘Health Services’ from University of California Los Angeles. faculty posts for Autonomous Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh at Bhopal and faculty posts for Department of Medicine at BPKIHS. 6–9 November 2008. He was a member of Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) titled ‘Zinc as an immunomodulator in the treatment of possible serious bacterial infections in infants more than 7 days and up to 2 months of age’. He is also a member of Government of India. 2–4 March 2009. Karnataka and advisory AIIMS 2008-2009 / 316 . He served as examiner for Diplomat for National Board (DNB Medicine). Govt. He served as course Director of the Workshop on Non-invasive ventilation during the 10th Joint National Conference of National College of Chest Physicians and Indian Chest Society (NAPCON 2008). He was a member of Government National Committee for Quality Assurance of anti TB drugs. He was a member of Technical Advisory committee in planning the strategies of clinical management of Dengue Fever. National AIDS Control organization.Japanese College of Rheumatology. Dharan. Lucknow. Rajasthan. Ministry of Environment and Forests. He served as External Expert for selection of faculty posts (Professor of Pulmonary Medicine) at PGIMS Rohtak. Professor G.C. He was also a member of Review Committee of International Journal ‘CHEST’. He served as Chairman for the Committee on ‘Health effects of air pollution’ by Central Pollution Control Board. He was Chairman for Technical Advisory Committee for examining and approving Technical specifications for equipments for Dept of Critical care and Anaesthesia for Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences. 2008. Dr Uma Kumar was awarded International Scholarship . of India. She was expert for interview of specialists in ESI Corporation. Chennai. faculty posts in Pulmonary Medicine at SGPGI Lucknow. Government of India. Central leprosy division. National Vector Borne Diseases Control Programme. He continuedto be Member of Technical Resource Group. National leprosy eradication programme for workshop on facilitation skills for strategies planning through logical framework approach. (IAS). Nepal. S N Medical College. Patna. She was nominated . USA. Vasant Kunj.Scholarship 2008 by the Ministry of Human Resource & Development. Agra and MBBS (Medicine) PMCH. Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. University of Rajasthan on 18–19 May 2008. (NYAS) and membership of International AIDS Society. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. He participated in the workshop for development of SEA Network for Chronic Respiratory Diseases held at PGIMER Chandigarh and in Indo-US workshop on ‘Research and Intervention Strategies for Indoor Air Pollution and Health’ held under aegis of Indo–US program on Environmental and Occupational Health Neemrana Fort Palace. He was awarded ‘ICS oration’ award by the Indian Chest Society. New Delhi and for the interview to the post of Scientist – B (Medical) at the TRS.planning and monitoring board. She has been the External Examiner for MBBS (Medicine). Mysore. Khilnani was elected (unopposed) as Vice president of National College of Chest Physicians for a period of two years. faculty posts of Senior Professor of Medicine at PGIMS Rohtak.

Dr Rajiva Gupta was Member. and the National Task Force on Involving Medical Schools in DOTS programme. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 317 . Government of India).R. Finance.S. Executive Member – Indian Rheumatology Association. Dr. Administration. the Institute Medical Board. He was Member . Sharma was the Chairperson. member of International Advisory Board of Kumar and Clark – Clinical Medicine – 7th edition and member of International Advisory Board of Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and history taking – 10th ed. Bijapur. BLDE University. Governing Body. Indian Journal of Rheumatology. Rheumatism scholarship. Indian Journal of Medical and Paediatric Oncology. Sanitation. reviewer Journal of Supportive Care in Cancer. Operational Research in TB (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Central Facilities. Medical Board Antarctica Expedition. Anant Mohan was a member of the Institute Medical Board.K. International Advisory Board of Davidson’s . L. Engineering.Principles and Practice of Medicine – 21st edition. Dr Sanjeev Sinha was faculty member of core committee of AIIMS for DOTS under Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme and Faculty member of core committee of AIIMS for Antiretroviral therapy unit for HIV/AIDS patients. He was awarded Zydus Oration 2008 for scientific contribution in Rheumatology. UK. DPORC) Advisory Committee. He was also Member of the Drug Selection Committee of National AIDS Control Organization. Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. New Delhi. 2007-2009 Joint Secretary. Library. AIIMS Drug Purchase Selection Committee. Rajiva Gupta was member of Horticulture & Sanitation Advisory Committee of AIIMS and member of Environmental (Horticulture.committee. Dr Anant Mohan was awarded the UK Commonwealth Fellowship for 2008–2009 in Chest Medicine at the Royal Preston Hospital. AIIMS. Academic. Dr. Associate Editor. Delhi Rheumatology Association. Karnataka. Australian Rheumatology Association –Asia Pacific League Against 2008. Hospital. Government of India. 2008-2010. etc Professor S.

R. 23–24 March 2009. Kapil L.9. 7 March 2009. 26–28 February 2009. Das Associate Professors M. National and International Conferences The Department organized ‘AIIMS Microbiology symposium’ an academic meeting of the alumni. Professor R. Lectures delivered Dr Shobha Broor • 8th Asia Pacific Congress of Medical virology. 24 March 2009. Fourteen papers were presented in various national and international conferences. Singh A.R. Mirdha. Executive Member of Indian Association of Medical Microbiology (Delhi Chapter) was the Co-organizer of 1st Annual Conference of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists.and long-term summer training Short-term summer training was provided to 2 students (MSc) and long-term training was provided to 10 students (MSc) from various institutes/ universities. Samantaray S.K. 13–14 February 2009. Chaudhry Additional Profesors B. Broor B.C. Continuing Medical Education (CME) Dr Madhu Vajpayee Organized workshop ‘ICTC Sensitization Programme’ for Doctors. Dhawan S. Hong Kong. Short-term summer training was provided to 1 MD student. Mirdha B.18 Microbiology Professor and Head J. Xess AIIMS 2008-2009 / 318 . Dar I. Counsellors and Nurses with support from DSACS. Sood EDUCATION Short. Singh organized one day symposium (CME) on the occasion of World TB Day on ‘I am stopping tuberculosis’. Dr B. Vajpayee Assistant Professors U.B. Dr Urvashi B.

Chandigarh: PGIMS. 38th Conference of India Virological Society. 15 September 2008. Update on Infectious Diseases. HPA. Indo-US Vaccine Action Programme Discussion Group meeting on ‘Indo-US regional Avian Influenza Surveillance’. Pune. 14 December 2008. 26 March 2009. Animal models of Staphylococcus aureus including MRSA. Singh • • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 319 . New Delhi. ‘Mycoplasma pneumoniae: Clinical spectrum and new disease association’. ‘Spectrum of viral ARI in children’. 26 March 2009. Safdarjung Hospital & BLK Memorial Hospital in association with Department of Gastrointestinal Infections. ‘Emerging food-borne bacteria’. India Habitat Centre. Mumbai. ‘Molecular Diagnosis of Ureaplama urealyticum and Mycoplasma hominis’. 20 November 2008. 12–15 December 2008. ‘Recent Advancement in Probiotics/Prebiotics for Health Promotion’. 22 October 2008. Indira Gandhi Medical College. ICMR. ‘Antiretroviral drug resistance’. Shimla. UK India Habitat Centre. India Habitat Centre. 20 February 2009. Department of Microbiology. New Delhi. Tuberculosis Association of India ‘Interplay of multiple genetic markers for genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from India’. NATCON 2008). UK. Pune. at the annual CME of East Delhi Physicians Association. New Delhi. HPA. Department of Microbiology. Focus on Newer Investigations and Management of TB in Co-morbid States. ILSI-India/ICMSF Conference in session I. ‘Therapeutic options for MRSA and VRE’. ILSI-India/ICMSF Conference. Departments of Microbiology. The Foundation for Medical Research. (SEAR. Update on Infectious Diseases. Shimla. ‘Tuberculosis—interesting clinical cases’. 20 November 2008. • Dr Rama Chaudhary • • • Dr Lalit Dar • Dr Benu Dhawan • • • Dr Urvashi B. Mumbai. New Delhi. 8–10 August 2008. 3rd International Workshop on MDRTB Drug Resistance Mutations and Transmission of TB in Delhi. Safdarjung Hospital and BLK Memorial Hospital in association with Department of Gastrointestinal Infections. India. panel discussion on ‘Gaps in knowledge and the way forward’. 23–25 October 2008. 1st International Conference of South East Asia Region (The Union) and 63rd National Conference on ‘Tuberculosis and chest diseases’. Indo-German Combined Workshop/brainstorm meeting on ‘Zoonoses and animal models of infectious diseases’. CME on ‘Emerging trends of Mycoplasmas’.• Influenza virus Surveillance in community based setting in India’. 32nd National Congress of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists. New Delhi. Hyderabad. CME on ‘Emerging trends in Mycoplasmas’. 16–18 October. 8–10 September 2008. Indira Gandhi Medical College.

Chaudhry. Funds: Rs 17 lakhs. R. B.R.R.R. Intramural Project (2005–2008).Mirdha. New Delhi for three years (2005–2009). R.58 lakhs. S Sood. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Funded by DBT for 3 years (February 2005–August 2008). Ongoing 1. Funds: Rs 36.16 lakhs. Legionella pneumophilla & Mycoplasma pneumoniae in community acquired pneumonia. Seema Sood. DNA amplification study by Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) to detect sub-clinical Pneumocystis carinii infections and colonization in ‘at risk’ patients with or without respiratory symptom. Prevalence of intestinal coccidiosis and other parasitosis in ‘at risk’ individuals. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology. Funded by ICMR. B. New Delhi. Funded by ICMR New Delhi for 3 years (2005–2008). 5. Funded by DST (2004–2007). Mirdha. 10. B. Funded by ICMR. Funds: Rs 34. Dhawan. A. Molecular characterization of invasive and non-invasive Haemophilus influenzae. Government of India for three years (May 2007–May 2010). Clinico-Epidemiologic and Molecular Characterization of Extended-Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL) Producing Klebsiella spp. Funds: Rs 20 lakhs. Funds: Rs 0. Funds: Rs 53. Funded by DST. Kapil. MVajpayee. Kapil. 11. 2. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 320 . Funded by ICMR for 3 years (February 2005–January 2008). B Das. Mirdha. 4.RESEARCH Funded Projects Completed 1. (No. E.65 lakhs. Department of Biotechnology.. 5/3/3/12/2005-ECD-I)]. 7. Detection. B. Funds: Rs 9 lakhs. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology. 9. coli and Enterobacter spp causing Nosocomial and Community Infections. Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterizarion of Methicillin and Mupirocin Resistance in Staphyloccoci. New Delhi for 3 Years (2007–2010). Development of a DNA Biosensor for detection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in clinical samples.736 lakh. Optimization of carbohydrate – protein conjugates as vaccine for prevention of enteric fever. A. Evaluation of cytokine profile and TH1/ TH2 shift in HIV infected Indian patients. Funds: Rs 10 lakh. Cloning and Expression of Mycoplasma pneumoniae P1 gene and its fragments to study their role in cytadherence.35lakhs. 8. 6. Study of carbapenemase production amongst nosocomial isolates of gram-negative bacteria in a tertiary care hospital. 3. Funds: Rs 12 lakhs. Chaudhry. Funds: Rs 18 lakhs. Development of multiplex real time quantitative PCR assay to detect Chlamydia pneumonia. Identification and Molecular Characterization of Intestinal Coccidia and Microsporidia in patients with chronic diarrhea and Malabsorption Syndrome. Government of India for three years (2004–2007). Funded by ICMR [Project No. Funds: Rs 28. Department of Biotechnology.

Funded by ICMR for three years (2009–2012). Gastroenterology and HNU and Paediatrics). Detection and Identification of Thermophillic Campylobacter Spp. jejuni.2. M Vajpayee (November 2009 onwards)/ Lalit Dar (April-October 2008). 2. 12. 3. Dhawan. 7. Funds: Rs 23 lakh. Molecular Tracking of community–associated methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains disseminating in a tertiary hospital. B. R. B. Chaudhry. Funded by Pfizer.66 lakh. PCR-RFLP and PFGE.R. Funds: Rs 12 lakh.upsaliensis and C. Diagnosis of visceral leishmaniasis by use of the Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) on patient blood (with Medicine and Institute of Pathology). Funded by NACO. Funds: Rs 10. Expert Group on Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing (EGAST) 2008: Observational Plan. Funded by Department of Biotechnology (DBT). Study of emerging parasitic agents (Intestinal Coccidia and Microsporidia) in aetiologies of Malabsorption Syndrome (with Microbiology. To Study colonization and immunomodulatry effect of probiotic strain in Indian Children. HIV National Reference Laboratory (NRL) and External Quality Assurance Scheme (EQAS). Funds: Rs 24 lakh (approx). Chaudhry. Madhu Vajpayee (November 2009 onwards)/ Lalit Dar (April–October 2008). Bimal Das. Mirdha. 9. B. Funds: Rs 20 lakh. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 321 . Study of Genetic diversity of Pneumocystis jiroveci isolates from patients with interstitial lung diseases.88 lakh. Pneumococcal surface protein A (Psa A) tPA DNA construct as vaccine Candidate against Str. Funded by NACO. R. 10. Pneumolysin (Ply)-tpA DNA construct as a vaccine candidate against Str. Pneumoniae. 13. Detection of Ureaplasma urealyticum and Mycoplasma hominis in patients with biovars with lower genitourinary tract infection by PCR assay: Association of Ureaplasma urealyticum biovars with clinical outcome. R.lari) and Molecular Sub-Typing of Campylobacter jejuni in Faecal Samples of Diarrheic Patients and in Food samples Using PCR. Chaudhry. New Delhi. 4. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (March 2007–March 2010). Bimal Das. Funded by ICMR. Collaborative Projects Completed 1. Funds: Rs 97 lakh. Funds: Rs 17 lakh. Funded by CSIR (2008–2010). Funded by Department of Science and Technology (DST) (2006). (C. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (August 2006–August 2009).coli. Funds: Rs 17 lakh. C. 8. 11. Funded by DBT for 3 years (June 2006–May 2009). HIV voluntary counselling and testing centre. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (September 2007– September 2010). Dhawan. 5. 6. Pneumoniae. C. 3 years (2005–2008). Cloning and Expression of flagellin Gene of Salmonella Typhi: An immunodiagnostic approach. Mechanisms of resistance to Ciprofloxacin in Salmonella typhi. Funds: Rs 14. Mumbai for 6 months Funds: Rs 2 lakh.

Urvashi B. Ministry of Science and Technology.30 lakh. Diagnosis of genital tuberculosis in infertile women and the effect of antitubercular therapy. Urvashi B. Ministry of Science and Technology. Funded by ICMR (2008–2011).5 lakh. Comprehensive proteomics profiling of CSF proteins from patients of different meningitis infections for biomarker discovery (JNU. Singh. Assessment of Intestinal permeability in Chronic Liver Disease and its Complications. Singh. 11. Placebo-Controlled. New Delhi. along with assessment of immunological parameters (Double-blind. 7. Funds Rs 37. Seema Sood. R. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Government of India. Seema Sood. Funded by DBT for 18 months (December 2007–May 2009). A Kapil. Multicentre Clinical Trial). 5. Funded by ICMR.6 lakh. Determination of mechanisms of resistance to ciprofloxacin in Salmonella enterica serotype Typhi. A Kapil. Singh. Funded by DBT. New Delhi) 8.54 lakh. Urvashi B. Chaudhry. Funds: Rs 7. Efficacy and safety of immnuo-modulator (Mycobacterium w) Mw as an adjuvant therapy in Category II and multi-drug resistant pulmonary tuberculosis along with reduction in the duration of therapy and to study immunological parameters. Singh. Efficacy of thrice weekly intermittent short course antituberculosis chemotherapy in tuberculosis patients with and without HIV infection. Ministry of Science and Technology. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 322 . Funds: Rs 4. 10. Randomized. Singh. Singh. Efficacy and safety of immuno-modulator Mw as an adjunct therapy in Category I (new sputum smear positive) pulmonary tuberculosis. (with Gastroenterology and Human Nutrition) 6. Administration of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG for the prevention and treatment of Clostridium difficile infection and subsequent diarrhea in Indian population. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. (with Obstetrics and Gynaecology) 9. Funds: Rs 526. Funded by National AIDS Control Organization (NACO). A study on treatment of Genital Tuberculosis-Randomized Controlled Trial of either discontinuation at 6 months or continuation till 9 months after initial response to 6 months RNTCP category I treatment.Ongoing 1. Development of Nanosilver Nanohydrogels for Biomedical Applications. (with The Energy Research Institute) 3. Urvashi B. Government of India and Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Urvashi B. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Government of India. Funded by Ministry of Health (with Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology) 2. Funded by DBT (2009–2011). (with Gastroenterology) 4. Government of India. (with IIT. Delhi). New Delhi (2008–2011).Urvashi B. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Detection of mycobacterial pathogens in Crohn’s disease patients.

Broor S. Randomized. PlaceboControlled. Urvashi B. Role of oral vitamin D as an adjunct therapy in Category I Pulmonary Tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameters. (ICGEB). Sullender WM. Singh.26 lakh. Government of India. Treatment outcome and drug resistance among CAT II pulmonary tuberculosis under Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP) of India. Efficacy of oral zinc administration as an adjunct therapy in Category I Pulmonary Tuberculosis along with assessment of immunological parameters (Double-blind. Funds: Rs 467. Singh. Sidebella H. Government of India. Urvashi B. An RNA interference based approach to study the simultaneous inhibition of RSV and hMPV. Krishnan A. Krishnan A. lakh 24. Mishra AC. Singh. (UAB . Dar L. Funded by Department of Biotechnology (DBT) (2007– 2009). Funded by Department of Health human Services USA (DHHS) and ICMR(2004–2009). Short-Course with Department of Medicine. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. USA). Molecular characterization of Giardia intestinalis isolates and study of genotype-clinical phenotype correlation (with Microbiology. Funds: Rs 22. To study the diagnostic value of Quantiferon gold test in detecting latent TB infection in end stage renal disease patients on renal replacement therapy. Multisite monitoring of human influenza in India –phase I. Government of India. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Department of Science. Gastroenterology. Funds: Rs 50 lakh. Evaluation of the efficacy of thrice weekly DOTS regimen in TB pleural effusion at six months (Multicentre project) with Department of Medicine. USA (2008–2010). Kabra SK Krishnan A. 17.Urvashi B. Fowler K. Ministry of Science and Technology. Singh. 15.9 lakh. Funded by Ministry of Health. Singh. Dar L. 13. lakh 20. Broor S. Broor S. Funded by Centres of Disease Control and Prevention USA (2008–2010). Revised National TB Control Programme NCT of Delhi. Paedaitrics) 16. 18. Broor S. Urvashi B. Multicentre Clinical Trial). Broor S. Urvashi B. Acute respiratory viral infections in rural India. lakh 21. Ministry of Health. Funded by ICMR. Funds: Rs 4. Sanjay Rai. 19.lakh 23. Government of India.07. Pandav CS. Broor S. Funded by DBT. Sullender WM. Funded by Centres of Disease Control and Prevention USA (2008–20011). New Delhi. Funds: Rs 10. 22. Microscopy Centre for Directly Observed (DOTS) Therapy. Addressing Emerging Infectious Diseases in the republic of India: Influenza Disease.12. Funded by NIH (MCHDR) and ICMR (2007–2009). Funds: Rs 35.36 lakh. Chadha M. Funded by National AIDS Control Organization (NACO). Urvashi B. Funded by Vaccine Action Programme NIH. Sullender WM.36. Direct and indirect protection by influenza vaccine given to children in India. Rapid low cost molecular detection of influenza virus infections. 14. Singh. Funds: Rs 36. Malhotra P.USA) Fowler K ( UAB. Funds: Rs 2. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 323 .

Pandey A. Xess I. Indian J Med Res 2008. Pati SK. Sharma V.lakh 27.27:426–30.52:125. Concurrent infections by all four dengue virus serotypes during an outbreak of dengue in 2006 in Delhi. Agarwal SK. Kapil A. Chaudhry R. Kabra. 7. J. Broor S. Shobha Broor. 10. Human metapneumovirus: a new respiratory pathogen. Chaudhry R.. 9. Changing pattern of Clostridium difficile associated diarrhoea in a tertiary care hospital: A 5 year retrospective study. Banerjee B. Funds: Rs 22. 2. Broor S. Etiology and outcome of oral mucosal lesions in children on chemotherapy for acute lymphoblastic leukemia. et al. Predominant Mycobacterium tuberculosis strains among different ethnic subpopulations of India.7 lakh. Diddi K. Norovirus infections in pediatric acute gastroenteritis and asymptomatic children Shobha Broor. Broor S. Funded by Department of Biotechnology (DBT) (July 2008–July 2011). High frequency of parasitic and viral pathogens in patients with ulcerative colitis. Arya LS.K. et al.C. Guleria R.26:233–7. Thareja S. Anirudhan D. et al. Mirdha BR. Dar L. 6. 286–9. Singh UB. Dhawan B.5:1. Shobha Broor. Funded by ICMR (January 2008–March 2009). A Srinivasan. J Biosci 2008. Kriplani A. Deb R. Indian J Med Microbiol 2008. Bharaj P.44:325–31 4. Chahar HS. 45:47–51. Mathur P. Dinda AK. Kumar L. Bharaj P. Wayne Sullender (UAB). Xess I. Human papillomavirus-type distribution in women with and without cervical neoplasia in north India. Chahar HS. Respiratory virus infections. 8. Indian pediatrics 2008. 3. Scand J Gastro 2009. et al. Funded by MCHDR-ICMR (2008–2010). Cloning and expression of respiratory syncytial virus G protein in bacterial and mammalian expression vector. Kaushik A. S.25. Shinjini Bhatnagar.127: 377–82. An evaluation of four different phenotypic techniques for detection of metallo-beta-lactamase producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa.5 lakh 26. Sethuraman G. Mahajan S. Infection potpourri: Are we watching? Indian J Pathol Microbiol 2009. Samanta Ray. PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Accepted for publication in Infect Genet Evol. Bhatla N. Porwal C. Fungal panniculitis in renal transplant recipients. Guleria S. Transpl Infect Dis 2008. Pandey A. Gupta S. Funds: Rs 5. Das A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 324 . 5. Patro AR. rapid low cost molecular detections. Joshy L. Behera B. Das A. Tiwari SC. Rana T. Bhowmik D. Naga S. Funds: Rs 29. Dar L. Report from tropical country. Kumar P. Bakhshi.33:483–93. Shama Parveen (Jamia Milia Islamia). Pati SK. Int J Gynecol Pathol 2008. Arora J. India Virol J 2008. Dar L.

12. Luthra K. Indian J Med Microbiol 2008. Chandra I. Deorari AK. 18. Das A. Sharma SK. 15. Mirdha BR. Broor S. Yadav CS. Jyoti Arora.46:2800–4. Singh U. Porwal C.50:321–7. Pandey A. Kapil A. Neogi DS. Beriwal S. Chandel D.Pulmonary involvement in leptospirosis: A diagnostic enigma. Effect of Mother to Child Transmission Intervention Strategies and Clinical. Nag HL.128:206–8. Rana T. Mendiratta S. Hill J. Kaushik A. Naga Suresh and Jitendra Nath Pande. Das A. et al. 13. Pati SK. Patro AR. Dhawan B. Pandey RM. Paul VK. Rai S.Urvashi Balbir Singh. 19. Habibi S.128:107–9. 22. Communicated to Journal of Microbiological Methods.27:841–3. Wig N. Loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay for rapid detection of common strains of Escherichia coli. Agarwal S. Pediatr Infect Dis J 2008. Infection potpourri: Are we watching? Indian J Pathol Microbiol 2009. Use of different primer directed sequence amplification by polymerase chain reaction for identification of Pneumocystis jirovecii in clinical samples. Gupta R. Indian J Med Res 2008. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2009.38:233–5. Annals of tropical pediatrics 2008. Panigrahi P. Lodha R.52:125. Kadhiravan T. Chandel DS. Chauhan NK. Chaudhry R. Singh T. J Clin Microbiol 2008. Haematological.Is nalidixic acid resistance linked to clinical virulence in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi infections? J Med Microbiol 2008. Mojumdar K. Gupta DK. Dhawan B.11. 23. Indian J Med Res 2008. Guleria R. Arora J. Mycoplasma pneumoniae: An emerging pulmonary pathogen. Agarwal SK. Immunological Characteristics in Children Born To HIV-1 Infected Mothers in India.Interplay of multiple genetic markers for genotyping of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from India. Mohan A. Congenital cytomegalovirus infection in a highly seropositive semi-urban population in India. Pandey A.25:131–6. Dar L. 21. Concurrent infection by two dengue virus serotypes among dengue patients. Ajay Kumar V. Dar L. Wig N. laboratory support in aid of Cantwell criteria. Accepted for publication in Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases.28:137–41 16. 14.51:53–5. Joshy L. Chaudhry R. Chaudhry R. Congenital tuberculosis: An entity– underestimated. 24.26:402–3. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 325 . Vajpayee M. et al. 20. perfringens toxin genes. Trop Doct 2008. 17. Kant S. Misra A. Multiplex PCR for the detection of Clostridium botulinum and C. The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery 2009.57:1046–8. Gupta E. Broor S. Kapil A. Epidemiology of nosocomial infections in medicine intensive care unit at a tertiary care hospital in northern India. Nataraj AR. Kabra SK. Indian Journal of Chest and Allied Diseases 2008. Gaur G. Renuka K. et al. Tubercular Infection after arthroscopic anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction. et al.

Kapil A. outcome. Rachakonda G. Genetic diversity of noroviruses and sapoviruses in children with acute sporadic gastroenteritis in New Delhi. J Clin Virol 2008. Kalra V. Pradhan L. Sankhyan N. Sumana G. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 326 . Sood S. Xess I. Mohapatra SS. Sood S. Dar L. India. Mojumdar K. gonorrhoeae. Indian J Med Res 2008. et al. and association with antiganglioside antibodies. Arora K. Indian J Med Res 2008. [Epub 2008 Jul 7]. Rachna. 29.26:265–7. Rana T. Sood S. Antibody responses to Cryptococcus neoformans in Indian patients with cryptococcosis. Kaushik S. Seth P. Characterization of Gag and Nef-specific ELISpot-based CTL responses in HIV-1 infected Indian individuals. 29:7–14. Bala M. Sumana G. Evaluation of conventional & serological methods for rapid diagnosis of cryptococcosis. Khatter S. Gupta RK. Ramavat AS.129:162–7. Indian J Med Microbiol 2008. Patwari A. Kaushal M. Chaudhry R. Sood S. Singh UB. Mendiratta S. Panigrahi P.43:42–8. Arora R. et al. et al. Prasad R. 26. Dhawan B. Makharia GK. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 2009. 30. The sequences have been derived from the Opa gene of N. Mirdha BR. 31. Jain N. Samantaray JC. J Child Neurol 2009. Sreenivasa BC. Basidiobolomycosis: A rare case report.46:457–53. Sahu J. Singh R. Long-term colonization of a Lactobacillus plantarum synbiotic preparation in the neonatal gut. Malhotra U. Xess I. Antimicrobial resistance and Enterococcal infections. Goldman DL. Bhatnagar S. 32. 27.57:232–235.47:45–53. Tropical mayhem: A chronic viral disease with superadded parasitic infection. Indian J Tuberc 2008. Misra PR. 33. Childhood acute transverse Myelitis: Clinical profile. Parida S. Saha DC. Sidharth S. et al.198:47–5. Johnson JA. STD sensor-based on nucleic acid functionalized nanostructured polyaniline.55:28–33. Med Microbiol Immunol 2009. J Med Microbiol 2008. Kapil A. Arora J.. Vajpayee M. Saha DC. 28. et al. 35.25. Xess I. Parveen S. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2008. 34. Choudekar A. An update on Trichomonas vaginalis Indian J STD and AIDS. Broor S. The accession numbers for the primer set and the probe are 2706 and 2705 respectively. 2008. Singh R.127:483–8. The sequences for the primers and probe to be used on the Biosensor and for PCR for the detection of Neisseria gonorrhoeae in clinical samples have been validated by the GenBank.24: 2232–38. Sharma S. et al. Singh R. Zeng WY. Sidharth DG. 37. Mycobacterial infections in human immunodeficiency virus seropositive patients: Role of nontuberculous mycobacteria. Med Mycol 2008. 36.

Sreenivas V. Vajpayee M. Malhotra M. Chaudhry R. 43. Vajpayee M. Chaudhry R. Mirdha BR. Das BK and Kapil A. 486-494. Ind J Med Res 2008. New Delhi: Paragon Internal Publisher (2008). New Delhi: ELSEVIER. Pandey RM. Kaushik S. 39. Intestinal coccidial and microsporidial infections in patients with chronic diarrhea and malabsorption. 44.730 . Factors determining the outcome of children hospitalized with severe pneumonia. 41. BR. Mohan A.9:15. Bhatnagar S. Sreenivas V. Dar L. 1st ed. 2. Mirdha BR. Mishra S. Singh UB.Association of Mycoplasma pneumoniae and asthma among Indian children. Dwivedi SK. FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. Prebiotic and probiotics in gastrointestinal tract infection (Forthcoming book). Raina M. Varshney AK. 3. Dhillon RS Kalyani. Microbiology for nurses. Kalaivani M. Saharan S. 2009. Pathak R. New Delhi: I. Luthra K.58:322–6. International Publishing House. et al. Sood S. In: Vashnavi C. Chauhan NK. HIV voluntary counselling and testing: An experience from India. 2nd ed. Chandigarh: Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS). PATIENT CARE Bacteriology Bacteriology Laboratory Clinical samples Pus Urine Blood AIIMS 2008-2009 / 327 22. Role of immune activation in CD4+ T-cell depletion in HIV-1 infected Indian patients. 40. Rastogi R. Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 2009.128:111–21. 42. BMC Pediatr 2009.128:734–9. AIDS Care 2008:1–8. Kumar K.23:A95–A96. Yadav P. Lodha R. Mojumdar K. Mojumdar K. Suman Phogat Alka Tomar. Varma-Basil M. J Med Microbiol 2009. 2009. Sood S. Enterococcal infections and antimicrobial resistance. Guleria R. Singh KK. Dhawan B. Dattagupta S. J Gastroenterol and Hepatol 2008. Broor S. 45.K. Makharia G.906 34. Tyagi AK.305 24. Thukral SS. Study of dihydropteroate synthase (DHPS) gene mutations among isolates of Pneumocystis jiroveci. Mendiratta S. Role of Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection in acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.38. (Reprint–2008): 1–399. Kabra SK. Indian J Med Res 2008. Sharma N.28:69–73. Dr. Kabra SK. Mirdha (Eds). Tiewsoh K. Chapters in Books 1. ‘Neem’ ‘Neem-A Treatise’. Gastrointestinal infection. et al.

13. 423 317 .202 350 509 100 01 08 968 74 52 32 – – 158 1158 9.056 4305 1.129 4192 6171 60 10.620 16.896 9801 2510 1.Sputum/ Throat/Tracheal swabs CSF Stool Total Sexually Transmitted Diseases Clinical samples High vaginal swabs (HVS) Semen Expressed prostatic secretions (EPS) Urethral discharge Vaginal/Cervical discharge Total Antimicrobial susceptibility testing HVS Semen EPS Urethral discharge Cervical discharge Total Hospital Infection control and water testing laboratory Water sample Swabs (Thioglycolate Broth) Air sampled (MSA) CSSD samples received (Central sterile supply department) Total Serology laboratory Widal VDRL ASLO Total Anaerobic bacteriology Anaerobic culture AIIMS 2008-2009 / 328 18.

difficile ELISA for C. difficile toxin Leptospira culture Leptospira serology for IgM antibodies – By ELISA – By Lepto dri-dot Campylobacter jejuni –Culture –Serology Legionella pneumophilla By ELISA Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Salmonella typhi Leptospira Legionella pneumophilla Campylobacter jejuni C.Antimicrobial sensitivity Faecalculture for C. IgA antibodies by ELISA Mycoplasma pneumoniae culture Mycoplasma hominis culture Ureaplasma urealyticum culture Antibiotic Susceptibility Mycoplasma hominis Ureaplasma urealyticum Chlamydia pneumoniae By ELISA Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Mycoplasma pneumoniae Mycoplasma hominis Ureaplasma urealyticum AIIMS 2008-2009 / 329 20 261 261 160 160 40 28 28 58 36 33 34 28 98 58 58 208 208 26 43 58 34 208 208 . IgG. difficile Mycoplasma Mycoplasma pneumoniae IgM.

pus and others Investigation for filariasis Direct and concentration Acridine orange Thin and thick smear Hetrazan provocative test 208 2879 28 155 176 2734 2734 987 322 128 128 230 418 418 338 30 3380 68 168 74 74 74 15 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 330 .C.trachomatis Total Parasitology laboratory Serological Investigations Toxoplasma gondii serology for IgG antibodies by ELISA Hydatid diseases serology by Indirect haemagglutination test Amoebic serology of IgG antibodies by ELISA Investigation for Malaria Fluorescent staining (Acridine Orange) Giemsa staining Quantitative Buffy Coat (QBC) Assay HRP-II antigen detection Investigation for Kala-Azar Fluorescent staining (Acridine Orange) Giemsa staining Quantitative Buffy Coat (QBC) Assay Kala-azar serology (rk-39) Aldehyde test Examination of faecal samples for intestinal parasitosis Direct and concentration Culture Modified acid-fast and special staining for intestinal coccidia Tissue specimens (homogenates) Examinations of aspirates Sputum.

induced sputum Tracheal aspirate. Nasopharyngeal aspirates for Pneumocystis jiroveci infection Cerebrospinal fluid examination for free living amoebae (FLA) Total Tuberculosis laboratory ZN smear and culture on LJ medium rapid culture on Bactec Anti-tubercular drug sensitivity done on bactec PCR for Mycobacterium tuberculosis Total Virology laboratory including HIV laboratory Viral Serology Dengue HSV HIV CMV Chikungunya Measles CMV antigen (pp65) PCR Dengue HIV DNA HSV CMV HSV Culture Tzanck slide Total Immunology CD4 Test 5000 25 50 85 165 10 35 6585 665 50 5260 20 25 125 70 9.900 3.185 880 3.435 105 16.036 210 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 331 .Other Investigations Broncho-alveolar lavage (BAL).470 17.

Kapil A. IAMM. 15 October 2007 -15 January 2008. GA. USA for a period of 3 months.Mycology and ICP Laboratory BAL Urine CSF Sputum Swab Pus Miscellaneous Tissue/Biopsy Nail/Hair/skin Bone Marrow Blood Fungal serology Cryptococcus Aspergillus Histoplasma Total AWARDS. National Institute of Health. SJH. 26 April 2008. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr J.R. Professor Rama Chaudhry was the President of Indian Association of Mycoplasmologists (IAM). University of Washington. Diversity of Acquired Amp Câlactamases in Enterobacteriaceae in a Tertiary care Hospital in North India. Occupational Emergency Programme and General Responsibilities Dr B. Seattle. 3–6 February 2008. Atlanta in Laboratory Safety.Delhi Chapter. Das BK and Sood S. Boston. Best Poster Award: Lal P. USA. USA. She was awarded Certificate of Course Mastery by CDC. International Advisory Board of International AIDS Research and Training Programme. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 332 291 19 11 8035 1290 1799 745 125 191 210 934 217 109 131 1963 . Dr Arti Kapil was awarded the DBT overseas fellowship as a guest researcher at CDC Atlanta. He nominated Member. Mirdha received Fellowship from Indian Society for Malaria and Other Communicable Diseases and selected as Governing Body Member of Shaheed Bhagat Singh College. Delhi University.C. Samantaray was elected as the treasurer of the Biotechnology Society of India. Dr Madhu Vajpayee was awarded International Scholarship to attend Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections CROI.

Dr Wayne Sullender. University of Washington.Dr Seema Sood has been elected as member of the National Academy of Medical Sciences – NAMS (India). finance. The Netherlands visited the laboratory between. Dr Shobha Broor was awarded Fellowship of Indian Academy of Medical Sciences ( FNAMS). The admission to Membership and Award of Scroll was made at the Annual Convocation of the Academy. 4. She also received the Best Poster Award for ‘Synthesis of size controlled ZnO nanoparticles’ at the International Conference on Nanomaterial Toxicology (ICONTOX-2008). USA visited the Virology laboratory thrice in relation with various ongoing collaborative projects. Dr Joshua Mott and other members of CDC Influenza division visited the Virology laboratory in relation with ongoing collaborative projects titled ‘Academics. administration. Assistant Professor. central facilities. Amritsar. 9–15 February 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 333 . Guru Nanak Dev University. library. Lucknow. etc’. Bilthoven. 27 October 2007. Professor of paediatric infectious diseases. 21 July – 7 August 2008. Dr Dick van Soolingen. Head of the National Mycobacteria Reference Laboratory National Institute of Public Health and the Environment. 5–7 February 2008. VISITING SCIENTISTS 1. engineering. and delivered a lecture 2. 3. University of Alabama. Dr Uma Malhotra.

Short-term training Department has allowed doctors from Army hospital (R&R) for attending teaching schedule. Sri Ramchandra University. Postgraduates in Internal Medicine are posted on a rotational basis for a short-period of 1–2 months. Bhowmik S.M. Dr Bindu Amitabh. 2. Pt. Department of Nephrology.C.K. Raipur. J. Continuing Medical Education Lectures delivered Professor S. Postgraduate Nephrology 2008. National CME on ‘Renal transplantation’. ‘Integration of medical education’. Department of Hospital Administration. Nurses from JP Narayan Apex Trauma Centre were trained for dialysis to take care of patients in trauma centre for dialysis. ‘Primer in Renal Transplantation’. 3. Dr S.9. AIIMS. Chennai. Mahajan Education Long-term training Department mainly runs a 3-year DM Nephrology course for post-MD (Medicine) candidates. At present the department has twelve DM students. Medical Council of India. 11– 12 April 2008. Lucknow AIIMS 2008-2009 / 334 . physician from Safdarjung hospital was trained for renal transplant for three months. Agarwal S.C. 2. Five candidates were admitted to the DM course. 18–20 April 2008. 21 October 2008. ‘Management of HCV during dialysis’. ‘Recent advances in management of ARF’. Agarwal 1. DIALYSISCON 2008. Gupta (on leave) Associate Professors D. who get selected by AIIMS on the basis of merit. Shimla. 9 August 2008. ‘Conflict management and attitude in board room’.19 Nephrology Professor and Head S.N.K. Tiwari 1. Medical College. Tiwari Profesor S.

Lucknow. New Delhi (August 2006 – Augst 2009). 4. September 2008. Annual Medicine Update. ‘AKI: Newer diagnostic and therapeutic modalities’. November 2008. 2. RESEARCH Funded projects Ongoing Validation and development of predicting formula for measuring GFR in Indian adults. Lucknow. 5. New Delhi. Nephrocon 2009. 7. 11–13 December 2008. Maulana Azad Medical College. ‘Magnitude of CKD in India’.K. Assessment of QuantiFERON test for the diagnosis of latent TB in renal replacement therapy. Bhopal. Delhi.. Agarwal. ‘Management of Hepatitis B and C in Renal Replacement Therapy’ Kolkata Nephrology Forum. Funds: Rs17 lakh. Delhi Rheumatological Association. Pune. 22 February 2009. Dubai. 29–1 February 2009. 20 September 2008. ‘Quality of life issues in APD’. Department of Medicine. 64th Annual Conference of API. INSACON-2008. 8. ‘Basics of peritoneal dialysis’. Funded by ICMR. Funds: Rs 11 lakh. Bhopal. 39th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Nephrology. Agarwal.3. ‘Peeping into the future: Stem cells and renal disease’ Nephrocon 2009. 10. Mahajan 1. 6. Funded by ICMR. Maulana Azad Medical College. ‘Etiopathogenesis of Nephrolithiasis’. ‘Targeted screening of CKD in high risk population’. 3. 12–13 October 2008. AIIMS Nursing Update. Noida. Rheumatology update-2009.K. ‘Liver Disease during Dialysis’. Dr S. March 2009. S. Medicine Update. ‘Renal transplantation: Current perspective’. Annual Medicine Update MAMC. DIALYSISCON 2008. Dr D. New Delhi. Symposium on ‘CKD prevention’.. 11–14 September 2008. New Delhi. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 335 . S. 9th Asian Congress of Urology. ‘Fluid and electrolyte therapy’. ‘Newer immunosuppressant in renal transplantation’. DIALYSISCON 2008. 2–5 October 2008. 9. Delhi. 17–20 December 2008. ‘Recent advances in management of lupus nephritis’. Annual conference of Peritoneal Dialysis Society of India. New Delhi. Bhowmik • • ‘Approach to urinary tract infections in children and vesico-ureteral reflux’. New Delhi (May 2007 – May 2010).

Impact of new onset diabetes mellitus after renal transplantation on patients and graft survival 3. Targeted screening for CKD and its risk factors in first degree relatives of patients of nondiabetic CKD (with Laboratory medicine) 6. California. Completed Spectrum of bone disease in chronic kidney disease patients on haemodialysis Efficacy and tolerability of extraneal in CAPD patients (randomized open label study) Departmental Projects Completed 1. USA. Sleep and congnitive function in ESRD AIIMS 2008-2009 / 336 . Funds: Rs 12 lakh. To study the pregnancy outcomes in systemic lupus erythromatoses with special reference to cyclophosphamide therapy 4. Clinicopathological correlation of HBV and HCV infection in patients on renal replacement therapy 8.A randomized double blind placebo controlled four arm parallel group multicentric multinational trial comparing weekly intravenous administration of Abetimus to weekly intravenous administration of placebo in patients with a history of SLE related renal disease. New Delhi (November 2007 – November 2010). Funded by Lajolla Pharmaceutical Company California. Agarwal. New Delhi (with Hospital administration) 2. (February 2007 – February 2009).K. Funded by ICMR. Efficacy and tolerability of extraneal in CAPD patients (randomized open label study) 9. Oxidative Stress in progressive Renal failure and dialysis therapy Ongoing 1. Renal Osteodystrophy and its post transplant course 10. A study of Psychiatric Morbidity and Quality of Life in Patients before and after Renal Transplantation (with Psychiatry) 3. Funded by Lajolla Pharmaceutical Company. Agarwal. Spectrum of kidney disease in pregnancy 4. Estimation of anti-Oxidant in blood in renal and liver diseases (with Laboratory Medicine) 5. USA.K. Tuberculosis prophylaxis in patients on maintenance haemodialysis 7. Spectrum of patients presenting as unilateral small kidney 2. Costing of haemodialysis procedure at AIIMS. Detection of HCV core antigen (HCVc-Ag) for Diagnostic Screening of HCV Infection in Patients on Maintenance Haemodialysis’. S. Funds: Rs 27 lakh. S.

Tiwari SC. 2. Study of physiological parameters in living kidney donors – pre. Indian J Public Health 2008. 3.56:131–2. The heart is a muscle. Rathi OP. J Assoc Physicians India 2008.11. Public health strategies to stem the tide of chronic kidney disease in India. Transpl Infect Dis 2008. Bhowmik D. the kidney is a vessel. Clin Exp Nephrol 2008.47:1291.51: 346. Plasma level monitoring of mycophenolic acid in renal transplant recipients (with Pharmacology and Surgery) 3. Dinda AK.10:286–9. Sharma A. Bhowmik D. Molecular detection and characterization of Pneumocystic jiroveci in respiratory samples from the patients both immunocompromised as well immunocompetent with suspected interstitial pneumonia and other chronic lung diseases (with Microbiology) 4. Tiwari SC. Staging of CKD: Is a new stage needed? Am J Kidney Dis 2008. 5. Gupta A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 337 . Role of urinary cytology and immunocytochemistry in diagnosis and management of acute renal allograft dysfunction (with Pathology) 5. Sethuraman G. Xess I. Gupta V. Lupus vulgaris with tubercular lymphadenitis and IgA nephropathy. Bhowmik D. Khaira A. 7. Tiwari SC. Detection and genotyping of human cytomegalovirus from neonates and renal transplant recipients (with Microbiology) 2. Mahajan S.and post-donation 13. Rare presentation of a common disease of tropics.12:79–81. J Assoc Physicians India 2008. Inter Med 2008. Tiwari SC. Study of autologous stem cell therapy in reversing the progression of chronic kidney disease PUBLICATIONS Journals 1.56:721–3. Tiwari SC. Pandav CS. Determination of efficacy of reflexology in treating patients suffering from diabetic nephropathy with hypertension and evaluating possible biomarker (with Biophysics) 7. Gupta S. Quality of sleep in haemodialysis and renal transplant patients Collaborative Projects 1. Renal consequences of metabolic syndrome. Fungal panniculitis in renal transplant recipients. Bhowmik D. Mahajan S. Bhowmik D. Mahajan S. Khaira A. Dinda AK. Bhowmik. Tiwari SC. Oxidative Stress in post renal transplant patients and effect of N acetyl Cysteine on it 12. 4. Quality of life of live related renal donors with (with Surgery) 6.52:224–9. 6. et al.

J Assoc Physicians India 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 338 . Agarwal SK.111:c133–c140. 13. Hepatitis B virus associated focal and segmental glomerular sclerosis: report of two cases and review of literature. 10. CAPD in Scleroderma. Infection in haemodialysis in ‘A primer on dialysis’ 2008.. Khaira A. Agarwal SK. 9. Tandon N. Indian Journal of Nephrology 2008. Makhariya G. Gupta A. Mahajan S. Mahajan S. 12. Agarwal SK. 717–21. Aquaporins—the renal water channel. Mahajan S. Sharma A. Tuberculosis. Yadav SL. Agarwal SK. Das P. Indian J Nephrol 2008. Medical Equipments and Automation 2008. Clin Exp Nephrol 2009 Mar 17. New Delhi: Jaypee Publication.13:89–91. 17. Agarwal SK. 2008:170–3.1: 32– 9. 18. Sabitha PB. Agarwal SK. 15. Tandon N. Om. Clinical and Experimental Nephrology 2009. Khair A. Bhowmik D. et al. Agarwal M. HCV Infection in haemodialysis: ‘NO isolation’ policy should not be generalized. Tiwari SC. Upadhya BK. Effect of cryotherapy on Arteriovenous fistula puncture pain in chronic Haemodialysis patients. Clin Exp Nephrol 2009 Jan 24. Agarwal SK. Gupta S. 479–92. Khaira A. Gupta. Gupta S.Haemodialysis and its machine. Kidney: Structure and function. Epidemiology of chronic kidney disease in India. Ambar. Nat Med J India 2008. et al. Saudi J Kidney Dis Transplant 2009. Renal allograft tuberculosis: report of three cases and review of literature. Purpura fulminans in a complicated Falciparum malaria.8. Khakha DC. 2nd ed. Gupta V. 2. The API publication. Dash SC.18:101–6. Khaira A. 8th ed.95–114. 3. Pandey RM. Agarwal SK. Gupta A. Jaypee Brothers 2009. In: Sharma SK. [Epub ahead of print] 16. Tuberculosis in chronic renal failure. (eds). A Physician perspective. Khaira A. Everyday Practice: Diabetes Mellitus: The kidney and the eye in people with diabetes mellitus.20:130–1. Mahajan S. Bhowmik D. 14. Rathi. Mukund A. Chapters in Books 1. Agarwal SK. Agarwal SK. Nephron Clinical Practice 2009.4:155–58. Gupta A. Tiwari SC. Khaira A. et al. Mohan A (eds). 4. Bhowmik D.13:185–6. Khaira. Gupta Ankur. Venkatesh P. Bagchi S. 11. In: Shah SN. Clin Exp Nephrol 2009. Chronic diarrhea caused by Hymenolepis nana in a renal transplant recipient.21:82–9. In: Renal disease: Prevention and management. Gatifloxacin induced severe hyperglycaemia and ketoacidosis in a non-diabetic renal transplant recipient. API textbook of Medicine.56:467–9. Sharma A. Upadhaya BK.

24-hour urine testing 5. Jaypee Brothers. Renal transplant clinic old cases 5. Nephrology consultations 1. Haemodialysis 2. Living renal transplant done 4.596 128 2 3 4 ICU-related Peritoneal ialysis-related Indoor-related 5 Day care treatment 6 Renal transplant-related 7 Renal Laboratory-related 1. In: Agarwal AK. Renal transplantation: Current practice. Assessment of renal reserve. 6. Kalra OP (ed). Mahajan S. Kalra OP (ed) Delhi: Jaypee Publishers. Evaluation of cadaver RT recipients 3. Biochemistry (Urea. Tiwari SC. Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis 1. Plasmapheresis/plasma exchange 3.153 23. In Renal disease prevention and management: A physician’s perspective. AV fistula 6. Delhi: Jaypee Publishers. Renal transplant clinic new cases AIIMS 2008-2009 / 339 8 . Haemogram for transplant patients OPD-related 1.153 88 5027 5806 5720 20. Cadaver renal transplant done 5. Number of patient blood sampling done 2. In: Renal disease prevention and management: A physician’s perspective. AV shunt 1. Medicine Update. Renal clinic new patients 2. Jain DG.449 32 380 35 135 pairs 103 123 12 23. 2008:258–62. 2008:12–14. Modification of drug dosage in patients with renal disease. Khaira A. Mahajan S. Kidney biopsy 2.819 2005 5. Evaluation for Living RT recipients and donors 2. Agarwal SK. IV Iron therapy 3. RT counselling clinic (3 days per week) 4. 2009: 785–95.5. Urine osmolality 4. Intermittent acute peritoneal dialysis 2. Creatinine. Jugular and subclavian catheter insertion 5. IV cyclophosphamide therapy 1. 7. IV Methylprednisolone therapy 2. Femoral vein catheterization 4. Na and K) 3. Renal clinic old patients 3. Yadav Pushpa (eds). PATIENT CARE 1 Haemodialysis-related 1. Indoor regular admissions 3. Indoor short admission 4. Continuous-renal replacement therapy including SLED 1.562 54 780 144 36 14 24 344 123 376 673 468 2.

Indian Society of Organ Transplantation on the work on ‘Changing immunosuppression and renal transplant outcome’: AIIMS 25 years experience. Invited to be member expert for Selection Committee – Faculty selection PGI. National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR). Academy. Chandigarh. Tokyo. SMS Medical College. Conducted DM Nephrology examination. 31 July 2008. Goa. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 340 . Invited as member for National level Expert group Meeting for finalization and approval of curriculum for training of physicians on managing stand-alone hemodialysis centers all over the country. Member of curriculum committee ‘to frame and monitor the development of instructional courses material and implementation of training of physician for dialysis’. 28 August 2008. invited to be Executive Member. Raipur and Patna. AIIMS. Dr S. Member of expert committee to make ‘guidelines for inspection of hospitals for their registration for renal transplantation’ under THOA 2008. Jaipur. elected Member Governing body Indian Society of Nephrology. XXVII Indian Antarctica Expedition—Medical/Psychological examination of the Expedition members. Conferred Professional Membership of International Renal care Group 2008. Appointed as Associate Editor Indian Journal of Organ Transplantation. Appointed as member of institute Research Committee for three years since 2008. Member of Committee of ‘Faculty expert for evaluation of architectural designs for AIIMS likes institutions’ Bhuvaneshwar. Tiwari was selected Member of selection committee of Medical Officer for the 28th Indian Scientific Expedition to Antarctic. Medical Board. Agarwal was awarded ‘Fellowship of National Academy of Medical Sciences (FAMS)’. Health Society Bihar. awarded Fellowship International Medical Sciences. elected Member of Executive Council of Indian Society of Organ Transplantation.AWARDS AND HONOURS Dr S. Invited for Workshop on ‘Antarctic Medical Research and Medicine 2008’ Auditorium. elected President of Indian Society of Hemodialysis. Member of committee for ‘monitoring and preparation of curriculum to train doctors for standalone dialysis units’ under the healthcare delivery system of government of India. appointed as member of Institute Store Purchase committee 2008. 19th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Organ Transplant’.C. Contribution made on ‘Infections in Renal Replacement Therapy’. August 2008. 30 March 2009. 2 August 2008. awarded ‘JM Patel Oration’.K. 2008. 23 August 2008. Chairman.

workshop.9. Greece. Malhotra Professor G. World Cancer Congress. Switzerland.20 Nuclear Medicine Professor & Head A. 9th Asia and oceania conference of nuclear medicine and biology. 7–9 November 2008. 27–31 August 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 341 . World Cancer Congress. Geneva.P. 16 September 2008. ‘Role of FDG-PET-CT scan in detecting recurrent brain tumour and comparison with MRI’ 4th International Meeting of Hellenic Society of Nuclear Medicine. Delhi. CME Conference. Thassaloniki. Switzerland. ‘Role of PET-CT for evaluation of treatment response in patients with Hodgkin’s disease’. Greece. Bandopadhyaya Associate Professor Rakesh Kumar Senior Scientific Officer (S-IV) Sneh Lata EDUCATION The faculty participated in and delivered 22 lectures in CME programme. 4th International Meeting of Hellenic Society of Nuclear Medicine. symposia and annual conference during the year. 30 October – 4 November 2008. World Cancer Congress. ‘Role of 18F-FDG PET-CT scan in evaluation of early response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with locally advanced breast cancer’. 7–9 November 2008. Switzerland. workshops • ‘18F-FDG PET-CT in the detection of recurrent disease in patients of ovarian cancer with rising CA-125’.S. Chetan D Patel C. Geneva. Thassaloniki. 27–31 August 2008. Seminars. ‘Role of FDG-PET-CT scan in staging and treatment response evaluation’. Geneva. Delhi. ‘Role of 18F-FDG PET-CT scan in detection breast cancer in opposite breast in female with known breast cancer’. 27–31 August 2008. Bal • • • • • Lectures delivered • ‘Emerging role of PET-CT in intestinal disease’. Asia Pacific Diagestive Week.

4. 2. Funded by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 6. AIIMS-PGI-MAMC course. 27 March 2009. 8. Departmental Projects Completed 1. Funded by ICMR. 5. Evaluation of prognostic value of FDG-PET after one cycle of chemotherapy in paediatric high grade lymphomas. 2. 2 April 2009. ‘Recent advances in Geneto-urinary Imaging’. Radiolabeling of oligosaccharides. 7. Lu177-EDTMP in Hormone Refractory Prostate cancer patients with Bone Metastases: A prephase 1 Dosimetry Study. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 342 . 3. Symposium Ovarian Cancer. 3. Austria (2006–till date). Preparation of 68Ga labelled Somatostatin analog (68Ga-DOTATOC) from 68Ga/68Ga Generator and the Radiation Exposure to Nuclear Medicine Staff during handling the 68Ga/68Ga Generator. To evaluate the role of 99mTc-DMSA (V) and 18F-Fluoro 2-Deoxy-Glucose ([18F] FDG-PET-CT) in the management of patients with Osteosarcoma. New Delhi (2007– till date). Funded by DBT. Role of Diffusion MRI and FDG PET-CT in initial staging and chemotherapy response evaluation in patients with non-Hodgkins lymphoma. To evaluate radiolabeling and efficacy of radiolabelled beta-cyclodextrin for infection imaging. AIIMS. New Delhi (2006–till date). Ongoing 1. Evaluation of patients with neuroendocrine tumours by 68Gallium-DOTATOC Positron Emission Tomography (PET/CT). 2. PGI Chandigarh. Evaluation of role of FDG-PET/CT in staging and management of ovarial malignancies. Vienna. Role of PET-CT in early response evaluation to chemotherapy in neuroblastoma & abdomyosarcoma. RESEARCH Funded Projects 1.• • ‘PET scan in the management of ovarian cancer’. Comparison of 18F-FDG positron emission tomography (PET-CT) with 99mTc-GHA single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and magnetic resonance imaging of brain in detection of recurrence in patients with glioma. Detection of silent of ischemia in asymptomatic diabetes using myocardial perfusion imaging. Delhi. Filter Optimization in Bone SPECT.

J Cancer Res Thwer 2008. Ann Nucl Med 2008. Malhotra A. 12.7:158–65. Kumar R. Spontaneous biliary perforation in an infant. Mohapatra T. Kumar A. 7. Agarwal S. 2. Agarwala S. Das CJ. Dhuriraj T. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 343 . 10. Kumar R. Kumar R. Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging 2008. Basu S. Cermik TF. Urhan M. Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging 2009. Kumar M. et al.33:273–5.37:237–9.36:413–5. Current status of nuclear medicine in urinary tract imaging. et al. et al. Babu V. Dhanpathi H. Pandey AK. Basu S. Shamim SA. et al. Hell J Nucl Med 2008. Bahl A. Seenu V. Kumar J. Chawla M. Kumar R. Clin Nucl Med 2008.33:257–75. Kumar R. FDG-PET in primary breast cancer: Factor responsible for flase negative results.22:629–33. Sharma DN. Hybrid PET-dynamic CECT in the management of breast cancer. Radiolabelled pentavalent dimercaptosuccinic acid microspheres for tumour therapy: Cytotoxic assessment and biodistribution studies. Kumar R. Seith A. Whole-body MR imaging with the use of parallel imaging for detection of skeletal metastases in paediatric patients with small-cell neoplasms: comparison with skeletal scintigraphy and FDG PET/CT. Kavimandan A. In: Hayat MA (ed). Does PET-CT predict disease activity in Takayashu’s arteritis? Scand J Rheumatol 2008. Thyroid scintigraphy in detecting dual ectopic thyroid: a review. Fanti S. Chawla M. Sood A. Sood V.33:359–61. Gupta DK.38:953–62. Lal N. Mavi A. Kumar R. 6. Kumar R. The ectopic thyroid gland and the role of nuclear medicine techniques in its diagnosis and management. Pediatr Radiol 2008. Rubello D. PET imaging in neuroendocrine tumors: current status and future prospects. Dhanapathi H. Wasik M. Gupta AK (eds).80–103. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers 2009. Das CJ. Kumar R. 3. Disseminated tuberculosis masquerading metastatic breast carcinoma in PET-CT scan. 8. Sharma DR. 14. 4. Gupta R. Varma IK. 9. Kumar R. In: Khandelwal N. Seam RK. World J Nucl Med 2008.PUBLICATIONS 1.4:137–39. 11. Kumar A. 2008. Sharma R. Kumar R. Sarcomatoid squamous cell carcinoma of uterine cervix: Pathology. Kumar R. 13. Goswami P. Role of 18F-FDG PETCT in evaluation of early response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy in patients with locally advanced breast cancer. Alavi A. Chowdhury V. Ragavan M. Shukla J. Maulik SK.35:843–6. Balakrishnan VB.11:168–71. Bandopadhayaya GP. Bakhshi S. USA: Springer. imaging and treatment. Kumar R. Minerva Endocrinol 2008.an unusual chronic presentation. Malhotra A. Central photopenic lesions on FDG-PET scan in a patient with peripheral T cell lymphoma. 5. Gupta SD. Sood A. European Radiology Jan 2009. Clin Nucl Med 2008. Reddy RM.

Usefulness of non attenuation corrected 18FFDG-PET images for optimal assessment of disease activity in patients with lymphoma. et al. Dual tracer functional characterization of carcinods tumors using PET/CT. PATIENT CARE Radionuclide investigations 1. In: Hayat MA (ed). Ped Surg International 2009. 2. Kumar R. USA: Springer. Lata S. Current status of nuclear medicine in urinary tract imaging. Agarwala S. 16.12:5–9 17. Bandopadhyaya GP. Malhotra A. Lata S. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers 2009. Bal CS. Naswa N. Lata S. Leading Experience of 68Ga-PET First Time in India at AIIMS. Gupta AK (eds). Naswa N. 21. 433. 2008. Malhotra A. Dwivedi DK. Gupta P.56. V. Perchlorate discharge test AIIMS 2008-2009 / 344 Number 1350 25 . 18. Chowdhury V.80–103. Bal CS and Malhotra A. Kumar R. Lata S. 308. Bal CS. Reddy RM. USA: Elsevier. Philadelphia. Dhanapathi H.23:198. Malhotra A. IJNM 2008. JNM 2008. Alavi A. 3. Jana S. Bal CS. Pant GS. 2008: 269–79. 2. Kumar R. 20. 1). Kumar R. Lata S. JNM 2008. A radionuclide generator (68Ga-DOTATOC) for PET imaging of neuroendocrine tumors (NETs): One year experience. Vol. Bal CS. 18fluorodeoxyglucose-positron emission tomography. In: Hayat MA (ed). Chawla M. Comparison of 68 Ga-DOTATOC(G-PET) with 18F. magnetic resonance imaging. Kumar R.FDG (F-PET) and conventional imaging modalities (C1) in the localization of carcinoid tumors. In: Khandelwal N. Das CJ. Shamim SA. 19. IJNM 2008. 22. Lata S. Bal CS. Kumar R. Radioactive iodine uptake (RAIU) 2. 49 (Suppl 1). Lal N. 25:211–5. and positron emission tomography/ computed tomography.23:84. Dwivedi DK. Cancer imaging: Instrumentation and applications. JNM 2008. Comparison of labelling of Somatostatin Analogues (DOTATOC and DOTANOC) with Radiogallium (68Ga). 49 (Suppl 1). Role of 18FFluoride PET/CT bone scan in detection of bone metastases in lung cancer patients. Damle N. Kumar R.15. Reddy R. Chamroonat W.49 (Suppl.49 (Supple 1): 116. Hell J Nucl Med 2009. Naswa N. Tiwari AM. Adrenal lesions: Role of computed tomography. PETCT in detection of meningeal metastasis in neuroblastoma. Houseni M. Singla S. JNM 2008. FDG-PET in primary breast cancer: Factor responsible for flase negative results. Chapters in Books 1. Malhotra A. Malhotra A. Anand.

UAE). I-131 whole body scan 4. 153 7035 650 100 350 4200 400 650 1600 3563 676 756 32 86 89 112 530 27 680 1380 1200 280 36 760 3142 680 20 115 Samarium bone palliation 20. 99mTc HIDA 13. Direct radionuclide cystourethorography 9. Radionuclide ventriculography 22.3.L. Brain SPECT 26. Bone scan 12. Ca-thyroid I-131 whole body scan 6. 99mTc DMSA-V 21. Richard P. Thyroid scan 14. Brain gluocopheptonate (GHA) 28. Lymphoscintigraphy 18. GER 10. Dimercaptosuccinic acid scans 5. Professor Mohmad Eftakari (Iran). Dr Gopinath Gnansegaran (United Kingdom). GFR 11. Ozker (Dubai. Dr Thomas N. Thallium scan 23. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 345 . F18 DOPA 29. Parathyroid 25.K. Pascual (Philippines). 68Ga peptide imaging VISITING SCIENTISTS Professor D. PET whole body 27. Dr S. DTPA/LLECT 99mTc renal dynamic scan 8. Meckel’s study 16. Dr Teofilo O. Professor Annare Ellmann (South Africa). San Luis (Philippines). MIBG (diagnostic and therapeutic) 19.B. Thyrotoxicosis 7. Liver scan 15. GI Bleed 17. Tetrofosmin 24. Baum (Germany).

Sujeet Kumar Mewar • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 346 . 24 September 2008. Workshop on Biology for college teachers. XXIII International Conference on ‘Magnetic resonance in biological systems (ICMRBS)’. Continuing Medical Education (CME) The faculty participated in and delivered several lectures in CME programmes. Jagannathan Associate Professor Rama Jayasundar Assistant Professor S. ‘Role of MRSI and DWI in the evaluation of prostate cancer: An Indian experience’. Miranda House. San Diego. University of Lucknow. ‘Monitoring the therapeutic response of breast cancer patients by MRI and diffusion weighted MR imaging’. Lectures delivered Professor N.21 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Professor & Head N. Short. 24–19 August 2008. ‘Integration of various branches of science in understanding Biology’. Department of Radiology.. USA.and long-term training Three persons from medical and science disciplines from various institutes and universities underwent training in MRI and MRS techniques. University of California. USA. symposia and conferences.R. San Francisco.R. Jagannathan • • ‘Role of MRI and MR spectroscopy in Biology: Application of analytical techniques for the characterization of biomolecules’. 2–3 August 2008. 22 August 2008.9. Senthil Kumaran Scientists Uma Sharma EDUCATION Postgraduate The faculty participated in and delivered lectures for the course entitled ‘Structural Biology and NMR Technology” and ‘Molecular medicine and biotechnology’ in the MBiotech programme of the Department of Biotechnology.

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. National Symposium on ‘Emerging trends in biomedical sciences. NMRS-2009. 9th Asian Congress of Urology. Coimbatore. Bangalore. 21–22 February 2009. 27 April 2008. Chairperson of a scientific session. Symposium on ‘MR and bimolecular Mimetics and 15th NMR Society Meeting. ‘Mantra and brain chemistry’. ‘Management of eye diseases in Ayurveda’. Department of Chemistry. Engineering College. Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB). Indian Institute of Science. 28 April 2008. Dehradun.• • ‘MRS in Urology’. Coimbatore. Coimbatore. ‘Advances in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology and its application in medicine’. Hong Kong. MS University. 21–23 October 2008. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. 19–22 October 2008. Coimbatore. ‘Holistic lifestyle based on Ayurveda’. ‘Ayurveda: Its current relevance’. Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT). Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. Arya Vaidya Pharmacy. Engineering College. Coimbatore. National Seminar on ‘NMR: Advances and applications’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 347 . Chairperson of a scientific session. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. KG Eye Hospital. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. Chairperson of a scientific session. 2–5 February 2009. Engineering College. Chairperson of a scientific session on ‘Future directions in NMR’. Coimbatore. • • • • • • Dr Rama Jayasundar • • • • • • • • • ‘Magnetic resonance in medicine’. 26 April 2008. Hyderabad. 11–15 January 2009. 22–24 January 2009. ‘Relevance of ayurveda in the current health scenario’. KG Super Specialty Hospital. New Delhi. 6th Asian Biophysics Association (ABA) Symposium and the 27th Hong Kong Society of Neurosciences Annual Meeting. Vadodara. Coimbatore. International Conference on Magnetic Materials (MMA 21). NPL Campus. 26 April 2008. 26 April 2008. ‘Nuclear magnetic resonance and RF Coil Making’. 27 April 2008. 28 February 2009. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. ‘Effect of mantras on human brain studied using NMR’. Hyderabad. 28 April 2008. Coimbatore. ‘Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and in-vivo MR Spectroscopy (MRS) in Biomedical Research’. National Symposium on ‘Cellular and molecular biophysics (NCMB-2009)’. ‘Harnessing technology–A new dimension to Ayurvedic Geriatrics’. 22August 2008. ‘Role of NMR in Medicine: Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and in-vivo MR Spectroscopy’. HKUST. New Delhi. Coimbatore. 27 April 2008. 1–5 October 2008.

‘Quantum physics. Hyderabad. Science and Spirituality Quest. Department of Tibetan Medicine. ‘Quantum logic in ayurveda (Plenary lecture)’. Delhi. 21 February 2009. R. ‘Quantum physics and spirituality’. Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies. Department of Tibetan Medicine. R. Sarnath. Sarnath. ‘Research in ayurveda’. Symposium on ‘Magnetic resonance and biomolecular mimetics’ and 15th NMRS Meeting. Senthil Kumaran • Functional MRI in neurological disorders: In Parkinson’s and stroke patients’. • RESEARCH Funded Projects Ongoing 1. Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies. 2–5 February 2009. 27 February 2009. 20 November 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 348 . Varanasi. Sarnath. Sarnath. Jawaharlal Nehru University. Solid State Physics Laboratory. ‘Effect of mantras on human brain using in vivo MR spectroscopy’. N.29 lakh. 21 March 2009. Department of Tibetan Medicine. 27 December 2008. 21 Feb. Milan. Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies. Chennai. 1st International Congress on ‘Ayurveda: The meaning of life– awareness. Centre for the Study of Social Systems. Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies. National Science Day Celebrations. Trichy. 3 January 2009. Jagannathan. Varanasi.6 lakh. Indian Institute of Chemical Technology. Government of India. Sarnath.2009. N. assessment of treatment response and tumor metabolism in breast cancer. 18 February 2009. ‘Functional MRI in Neurological disorders’. 700 MHz NMR Spectrometre for Biomedical Research. ‘Can human biology be studied in two different ways–biomedicine and ayurveda?’. Varanasi. 2. Funds: Rs 842. Department of Tibetan Medicine. Government of India (December 2007 – December 2012). ‘Which road to take in one’s health highway–biomedicine or ayurveda?’. 18 February 2009. ayurveda and spirituality (Plenary lecture)’. ‘Women’s health in ayurveda’. Italy. 20 February 2009.• • • • • • • • • • ‘Contemporary significance of Ayurveda’. School of Social Sciences. Department of Tibetan Medicine. (June 2008 – May 2011). Jagannathan. DST Unit of Nanosciences. Varanasi. DRDO. Funds: Rs 20. Funded by Department of Science and Technology. Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). 19 February. Varanasi. Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies. Sarnath. Magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging (MRSI) and diffusion-weighted MRI (DW-MRI) in the non-invasive detection. Dr S. 2009. ‘Quantum physics and ayurveda’. Funded by Department of Science and Technology. Varanasi. Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies. Department of Tibetan Medicine. environment and health’. National Institute of Technology (NIT).

Radiotherapy and Pathology) 5. Funds: Rs 365 lakh. S. Jagannathan. Neurocognitive changes associated with visualization of perception.3. R. MRI/MRS studies to evaluate brain metabolism in sleep apnea patients (with Medicine) 2. MRI studies of skin cancers (with Biochemistry) 6. In-vivo and in-vitro MR spectroscopy studies of tissue extracts of prostate cancers (with Urology and Pathology) 3. Analytical evaluation of ayurvedic bhasmas (with DST Unit of Nanoscience. MRI/MRS studies to evaluate brain metabolism in patients with diabetes mellitus (with Medicine) 12. Up-gradation of the existing Animal MR scanner. 7. Neural mapping during stoop task of familiar faces (with Physiology) 9. Funded by Department of Science and Technology. Functional MRI study in IBD and Achalasia Cardia patients (with Gastroenterology) 8. Funds: Rs 1 lakh Departmental Projects Ongoing 1. Government of India (October 2004 – October 2009). Chennai) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 349 . In vitro MR spectroscopy of immune cells from mice (with National Institute of Immunology) 10. 31 P MRS study of skeletal muscle in normal subjects with vitamin D supplementation (with Endocrinology) 11. spatial orientation and Braille reading in visually challenged subjects. Senthil Kumaran. MRI and MRS study of animal model of demyelination 2. using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). 4. Indian Institute of Science. Development of pulse sequence for in vivo simultaneous suppression of water and fat in breast cancer patients Collaborative projects Ongoing 1. N. In vivo MR spectroscopy study of human breast carcinoma (with Surgery. In-vivo MRS of brain in NIDDM patients (with Medicine). Funded by AIIMS (April 2008 – May 2009). In-vitro MR spectroscopy of colon tissue in patients of IBD (with GI Surgery) 4.

Structural elucidation of 4'-epiadriamycin by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and comparison with adriamycin and daunomycin using quantum mechanical and restrained molecular dynamics approach. Mewar SK. J Foren Med Toxicol 2008.25:14–19. Quantum physics. Urology 2008. Jagannathan NR. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) in breast cancer. Garg P. [Erratum 2008. Jagannathan NR. et al. Curcuma oil: Reduces early accumulation of oxidative product and is anti-apoptogenic in transient focal ischemia in rat brain. Sharma U.2:93–108. Thulkar S. Magn Reson Insights 2008. Jagannathan NR.474:4864. Sharma U. Neuroprotective efficacy and therapeutic window of curcuma oil: in rat embolic stroke model. Dohare P. Kumar V.PUBLICATIONS Reviews 1.26:644–49. Tripathi AN. Moon DV. Govil G. 2008:400–20. 2. Thulkar S. Jayasundar R. Mumbai: Himalaya Publishing House. Barthwal R.21:409] 3. 2. MR Imaging: Basic concepts. Jayasundar R. Dwivedi SN. Sharma U. Journals 1. Arch Biochem Biophys 2008.1:21–6. Gupta SD. Biophys Rev 2009.8:73–9.P.33:1672–82. Sharma U. Magn Reson Imaging 2008. et al. 7. Thulkar S. Kumar R. et al. Jaiswal AK. In: Pant GS (ed). Neurochem Res 2008.8:55106. Chapters in Books 1. Kumar V. Jaganathanan NR. Role of magnetic resonance methods in the evaluation of prostate cancer: An Indian perspective. Millo T.72:859–63. Kumar R. Moharana M. Biochemical characterization of breast tumors by in-vivo and invitro magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS). 3. 6. Ray M. Jagannathan NR.21:393–407. 4. Sharma M. 2008:11–28. N. Varma S. 2. Jagannathan NR. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 350 . Jagannathan NR. Vol III. In: Science and spirituality quest. Jagannathan NR. In: Basic physics and radiation safety in Nuclear Medicine. Sharma U. Kumar R. Ray A. Senthil KS. BMC Complement Altern Med 2008. Ayurveda: The science of life. Kumar V. Kolkata: Bhaktivedanta Institute. Dwivedi SN. Gupta SD. Dohare P. Agrawal P. Evaluation of the role of magnetization transfer imaging (MTI) in prostate: A preliminary study. 5. Magn Reson Mat Phys Biol Med (MAGMA) 2008. ayurveda and spirituality. The potential of magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging in predicting absence of prostate cancer in men with serum prostate specific antigen between 4-10 mg/ml: A follow-up study. Do’s and don’ts for sophisticated analytical instruments. Rathore P. Sah RG. Ayurveda 2008.

8. Jayasundar R. Ayurveda and green medicine. Ayurveda 2008;9:81–6. 9. Sharma R, Sinha S, Danishad KA, Vikram NK, Gupta A, Ahuja V, et al. Investigation of hepatic gluconeogenesis pathway in non-diabetic Asian Indians with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease using in vivo (31P) phosphorus magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Atherosclerosis 2009; 203:291–7. 10. Jagannathan NR. Breast MR. NMR Biomed 2009;22:1–2. 11. Sharma U, Danishad KA, Seenu V, Jagannathan NR. Longitudinal study of the assessment of tumor response of locally advanced breast cancer patients undergoing neo-adjuvant chemotherapy by MR imaging and diffusion weighted imaging. NMR Biomed 2009;22:104–13. 12. Balasubramanian K, Kumar S, Singh RR, Sharma U, Ahuja V, Makharia GM, et al. Metabolism of colonic mucosa in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD): An proton in-vitro MR spectroscopy study. Magn Reson Imaging 2009;27:79–86. 13. Sinha S, Misra A, Rathi M, Kumar V, Pandey RM, Luthra K, Jagannathan NR. Proton MR spectroscopy (MRS) and biochemical investigation of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Asian Indians: Observation of high muscle lipids and C-reactive protein (CRP) levels. Magn. Reson Imaging 2009;27:94–100. 14. Sinha S, Kumar V, Jagannathan NR, Pandey RM. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of brain to study the cerebral abnormalities in COPD patients: A case control study in North India. Ind J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2009;51:15–20. 15. Sharma M, Gupta AK, Mewar SK, Beldar AS, Suryanarayana MVS, Raza SK. Direct detection of alkylphosphonic acids in environmental matrices by proton coupled phosphorus NMR. J Magn Reson Chem (published online 12 Mar 2009) Abstracts 1. Krithika B, Kumar S, Singh RR, Sharma U, Ahuja V, Makharia GK, et al. Metabolism of colonic mucosa in patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s disease (CD): An NMR Study. Proc Int Soc Magn Reson Med 2008;16:3220. 2. Jagannathan NR, Sharma U, Danishad KA, Seenu V. Assessment of early therapeutic response in locally advanced breast cancer using ADC, volume and diameter. Proc Int Soc Magn Reson Med 2008;16:3579. 3. Sharma U, Banerjee B, Balasubramanian K, Kalra V, Jagannathan NR. alEffect of oral creatine on muscle metabolism of Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) by Phosphorus MRS. Proc Int Soc Magn Reson Med 2008;16:2578. 4. Sachin S, Kumaran SS, Singh S, Goyal V, Shukla G, Behari M. Neurocognitive Mapping in Parkinson’s Disease and Supranuclear Palsy for Sustained Phonation and Phoneme Tasks. Proc Int Soc Magn Reson Med 2008;16:2278. 5. Sinha AM, Kumaran SS, Saxena R. Plasticity in congenitally blind during object recognition [PDF]. Proc Int Soc Magn Reson Med 2008;16:3521. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 351

6. Sinha AM, Kumaran SS, Saxena R, Sharma U. Visual cortex reorganization among early and late blind for tactile object recognition. Proc Int Soc Magn Reson Med 2008;16:1976. 7. Jayasundar R. Harnessing technology—a new dimension to Ayurvedic Geriatrics. International Centennial Convention of Ayurveda and Arogya, Coimbatore; 19–24 August 2008. 8. Jayasundar R. Quantum physics, ayurveda and spirituality. International Conference on ‘Science and spirituality quest’, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Trichy; 27–29 December 2008. 9. Ramdurg S, Suri A, Mewar S, Sharma U, Jaganathan NR, Sharma BS. Evaluation of subarachnoid hemorrhage in rats and the effects of intracisternal injection of vasodilators on vasospasm. Neurological Society of India, Pune; December 2008. 10. Krithika B, Sharma U, Kumaran SS, Muthuraju S, Prasad DN, Jagannathan NR. Pathophysiology of experimental model of multiple sclerosis by sequential diffusion MRI. National Symposium on Cellular and Molecular Biophysics (NCMB-2009), Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad; 22–24 January 2009. 11. Sah RG, Sharma U, Prashad R, Jagannathan NR. Determination of absolute quantification of choline by in-vivo proton MRS in breast cancer patients. Symposium on MR and Bimolecular Mimetics and 15th NMR Society Meeting. Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), Hyderabad; 2–5 February 2009. 12. Jagannathan NR. Role of various in vivo MR methodologies in the evaluation of prostate cancer. 16th Biophysics Congress of the International Union of Pure and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB), Long Beach, USA; 2–6 February 2009. 13. Saxena M, Senthil KS, Singh S, Behari M. Effect of dopaminergic drugs on motor task in PD: An fMRI study. Proceedings of Symposium on Magnetic Resonance and Biomolecular Mimetics and 15th NMRS Meeting, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad; 2–5 February, 2009. 14. Saxena M, Senthil KS, Singh S, Behari M. Cognitive deficits in working memory in Parkinson’s disease. Proceedings of Symposium on Magnetic Resonance and Biomolecular Mimetics and 15th NMRS Meeting, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad; 2–5 February 2009. 15. Saxena M, Senthil KS, Singh S, Narang V, Behari M. Role of stop consonants in articulatory speech dysfunction in Parkinson’s disease using fMRI. Proceedings of Symposium on Magnetic Resonance and Biomolecular Mimetics and 15th NMRS Meeting, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad; 2–5 February 2009. 16. Functional imaging in stroke: A pilot study in Indian patients. Bhasin A., Kumaran SS, Padma MV, Bhatia R. and Mohanty S. Proceedings of Symposium on Magnetic Resonance and Biomolecular Mimetics and 15th NMRS Meeting, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad; 2–5 February 2009. 17. Quantum Logic in Ayurveda. Jayasundar R. 1st International Congress on Ayurveda, Milan, Italy; 21–22 March 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 352

PATIENT CARE The department has two 1.5 Tesla whole body MR scanners for patient care and research. The department provides 12 hours per day of MRI scanning for patient. The details of the number of patients scanned during the year are: Clinical Diagnostic MRI Scan Research MRS/fMRI High-resolution NMR AWARDS AND HONOURS Professor N.R. Jagannathan is a member of the editorial board of “MAGMA” (Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine), (Springer); member of the editorial board of ‘Magnetic Resonance Insights’ (Libertas Academica, USA); Deputy Editor of ‘Neuroscience Imaging’; Member, editorial board ‘NMR Biomedicine (John Wiley and Sons); Member, editorial board, “Magnetic Resonance Imaging” (Elsevier); Member, editorial board ‘Spectroscopy–Biomedical Applications’ (IOC Press, Netherlands); Member, editorial board,‘Biophysical Reviews’ (Springer); Editor (special issue) on ‘Breast MR’ in ‘NMR Biomed’ (John Wiley and Sons), volume 22(1), 2009; President of the Indian Biophysical Society (IBS); elected member of the executive council, International Union of Pure and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB) (2008-2011); Member, Annual Meeting Programme Committee (AMPC), International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM); Member,Education Committee, International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM); Member, steering committee,Asian Biophysics Association (ABA); Moderator, Joint Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), Toronto, Canada May 2008; Chairperson, scientific session, 6th Asian Biophysics Association (ABA) meeting, Hong Kong, January 2009; Member of the Programme Advisory Committee (PAC), Section for Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology, Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India; Member of the Steering Committee of the Sophisticated Instruments facilities (SAIFs),Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India; council member of the International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems (ICMRBS); coordinator of the expert panel on ‘Biomedical Devices and Bioengineering’, Life Sciences Research Board (LSRB), DRDO; Member, INSA committee for International Union of Pure and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB); Member, Programme Advisory Committee (PAC), National Facility for High Field NMR, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Bombay; Member, Management Advisory Committee (MAC), Regional Sophisticated Instruments Facility (RSIC), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Chennai. Dr Rama Jayasundar completed 5½ years Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) degree; awarded the Best Outstanding Outgoing Student by the SJS Ayurveda College, Chennai; one of the two scientists (the other being an Australian Neuroscientist) to be interviewed and featured for the ‘Biotechcellence 2008’, Centre for Biotechnology, Anna University. : : : 4758 patients 392 patients 147 samples

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Professor & Head Suneeta Mittal Alka Kriplani Neerja Bhatla Neena Malhotra J.B. Sharma Associate Professor Vatsla Dadhwal Assistant Professor Neeta Singh (on transfer from Reproductive Biology) Scientist Gr.I Rohini Sehgal EDUCATION Undergraduate, Postgraduate, paramedical The Delhi Postgraduate Medical Education Forum is organized by the department as monthly meetings for postgraduate training since 2001. These are held to supplement training of postgraduates in clinical and surgical skills, a problem-oriented approach to Obstetrics and Gynaecology, protocols and guidelines, case presentations and discussions. Invited faculty from various academic and teaching institutions of Delhi as well as international faculty contribute towards the training of postgraduates. Short-term and long-term training The department offers short- and long-term training in various subspecialty subjects such as Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgery, High-risk Pregnancy, Gynaecological Oncology, and Gynaecological and Obstetrics Ultrasonography and Infertility. 10 long-term fellows and 20 shortterm trainees underwent training in different subspecialty subjects. Continuing Medical Education The department organizes a national CME in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in collaboration with the National Board of Examinations, National Academy of Medical Sciences and World Health Organization every six months. It is a unique, innovative modular teaching programme in which the MD syllabus is covered in six modules over 3 years. Series 2, Module V and Series 2, Module VI were held on 26– 27 April 2008 and 2–3 November 2008, respectively. The CME modules are attended by more than 200 students as well as senior gynecologists and are accredited by Delhi Medical Council. Avnish Chandra Tiwari Professor Sunesh Kumar Additional Professor K.K. Roy Nutan Agarwal Pradeep Garg (adhoc) Deepika Deka

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CME, workshops and seminars • • • • • • • • • • • • • National CME in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Series 2, Module V), AIIMS; 26–27 April 2008. Consortium on Strategies and Guidelines for Safe Second Trimester Abortion in India, AIIMS; 29–30 June 2008. Practical Training Workshop on Essentials of Research Methods in Reproductive Health, AIIMS; 1–4 July 2008. CME on Managing Congenital Intrauterine Infections, AIIMS; 31 August 2008. Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1–11 September 2008. CME on Practical Application and Current Concepts in Gynaecological Oncology, AIIMS; 27 September 2008. Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008. National CME in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Series 2, Module VI), AIIMS; 1–2 November 2008. NARCHI Symposium on Reproductive Health, AIIMS; 2 November 2008. Practical Workshop on Research Methodology, COHORT study design, AIIMS; 12–14 January 2009. Workshop on Monitoring foetal well being, 25th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Perinatology and Reproductive Biology, ISOPARB 2009, AIIMS; 20 March 2009. Workshop on Lactation Management, 25th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Perinatology and Reproductive Biology, ISOPARB 2009, AIIMS; 20 March 2009. Workshop on Cesarean Section Skills and Neonatal Resucitation, 25th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Perinatology and Reproductive Biology, ISOPARB 2009, AIIMS; 20 March 2009. 25th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Perinatology and Reproductive Biology, ISOPARB 2009, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi; 21–22 March 2009.

Lectures delivered Dr Suneeta Mittal • • ‘Introduction to 12 x 12 Initiative’, CME programme of the Gurgaon Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Society, Gurgaon; 11 January 2008. ‘Prevention and Treatment of Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome’, CME, Ghaziabad Obstetricians and Gynaecological Society, Ghaziabad; 19 August 2008.

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‘Adolescent DUB’, 8th Annual CME, Noida Obstetricians and Gyanecologists Society, Noida; 24 August 2008. ‘Prenatal Treatment of toxoplasmosis’, CME, Managing Congenital Intrauterine Infections, AIIMS; 31 August 2008. ‘Current status of endoscopic surgery in Gynaecology Practical’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1–11 September 2008. ‘Laparoscopic surgeries complications and Management’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1–11 September 2008. ‘Current status of endoscopic surgery in Gynaecology Practical’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008. ‘Laparoscopic surgeries complications and Management’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008. ‘Current status of endoscopic surgery in Gynaecological Practice’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 2–12 February 2009. ‘Laparoscopic surgeries complications and Management’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 2–12 February 2009.

Dr Alka Kriplani • • • • • • • • • ‘Abnormal Uterine Bleeding’, National CME in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Module 5, Series 2), AIIMS; 26 April 2008. ‘Laparoscopy in infertility’, CME Nidus 2008, Dehradun Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society and USV Pharma, Mussoorie; 17 May 2008. ‘Infertility in Endoscopy’, CME Nidus 2008, Udaipur Obstestrics and Gynaecology Society and USV Pharma, Udaipur; 19 July 2008. ‘Newer Advances in Hormonal Contraception’, CME, Association of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Orissa, Cuttack; 26 July 2008. ‘Managing abnormal uterine bleeding’, 11th practical course and CME, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MAMC, Delhi; 10 August 2008. ‘Hormonal Contraception’, CME, Rohtak Obstestrics and Gynaecology Society, Rohtak; 21 August 2008. ‘Congenital malformations of the urogenital tract and pregnancy outcome’, 8th Annual CME, Noida Obstestrics and Gynaecology Society, Noida; 24 August 2008. ‘Endoscopy and infertility’, CME, Thrissur Obstestrics and Gynaecology Society, Thrissur; 29 August 2008. ‘Rubella’, CME on Managing Congenital Intrauterine infections, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS and Genetic and Fetal Medicine Committees, FOGSI, Delhi; 31 August 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 356

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‘Endoscopy in infertility’, 9th WHI Training course in MAS, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, UNU and Karl Storz Germany, Delhi; 3 September 2008. ‘Endoscopy and Hysterectomy’, 9th WHI Training course in MAS, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, UNU and Karl Storz Germany, Delhi; 10 September 2008. ‘Overview on Medical Criteria for Contraception (WHO guidelines)’, CME on Practical Application and Current Concepts in Gynaecological Oncology, AIIMS; 27 September 2008. ‘Laparoscopy in Gynaecological Malignancy’, CME on practical applications and current concepts in Gynaecological Oncology, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, Oncology Committee, AOGD and AOGIN, New Delhi; 27 September 2008. ‘Endoscopy in infertility’, 10th WHI Training course in MAS, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, UNU and Karl Storz Germany, Delhi; 15 October 2008. ‘Endoscopy and Hysterectomy’, 10th WHI Training course in MAS, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, UNU and Karl Storz Germany, Delhi; 22 October 2008. ‘Infertility and endoscopy’, CME, Bhilai Obstestrics and Gynaecology Society, Bhilai; 13 November 2008. ‘Hysteroscopy in infertility’, CME and workshop on hysteroscopy, Gwalior Obstestrics and Gynaecology Society, Gwalior; 24 January 2009. ‘Endoscopy in infertility’, 11th WHI Training course in MAS, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, UNU and Karl Storz Germany, Delhi; 4 February 2009. ‘Endoscopy and Hysterectomy’, 11th WHI Training course in MAS, Department Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, UNU and Karl Storz Germany, Delhi; 11 February 2009. ‘Endoscopy in infertility’, CME, VOGS (Varanasi Obstestrics and Gynaecology Society), Varanasi; 21 February 2009.

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Dr D. Deka • ‘Introduction – Maternal foetal problems’, Case discussions on Foetal Infections, CME,Managing Congenital Intrauterine Infections, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS and, Genetic and Foetal Medicine Committee, FOGSI, AIIMS; 31 August 2008. ‘Endoscopy in pregnancy and foetal endoscopy’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 11 September 2008.

Dr Neerja Bhatla • • • Procedure of Myomectomy, National CME, Obstestrics and Gynaecology, (Series 2, Module 5), New Delhi; 26 April 2008. HPV vaccine in cancer cervix, CME ,HPV, cervical cancer and its vaccines, Dharamshila Hospital and Research Centre, Delhi; 26 April 2008. HPV vaccination and its future, CME, Gynaecological Oncology, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi; 12 July 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 357

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Prevention of cervical cancer – New developments in screening and vaccination, CME on Gynaecological Oncology, AIIMS; 27 September 2008. ‘Laparoscopy in Gynaecological Oncology’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 7 February 2009.

Dr Neena Malhotra • • • • • • ‘Antepartum haemorrhage’, National CME, Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Series 2, Module 5), AIIMS; 27 April 2008. ‘Endoscopic tubal sterilization’, training course in Minimally Methods in Reproductive Health, AIIMS, New Delhi. ‘Chicken pox, Measles, mumps in Pregnancy’, CME, Managing Intrauterine infections, AIIMS; 31 August 2008. ‘Ovulation Induction’, CME, Amritsar Obstetrical Gynaecology Society, Amritsar; 18 October 2008. ‘Letrozole-newer ovulation inducing agent’, CME, Ludhiana Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Ludhiana; 19 October 2008. ‘Assisted reproduction techniques—Current trends’, CME, Kanpur Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society,Kanpur; 20 January 2009.

Dr Vatsla Dadhwal • • • • • • • ‘Rh negataive pregnancy, Rh isoimmunisation’, National CME in Obstestrics and Gynaecology (Series 2, Module 5), AIIMS; 27 April 2008. ‘Herpes Simplex’, CME, Managing congenital intrauterine infectioins, Department of Obstestrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS; 31 August 2008. ‘Diagnostic/office hesteroscopy’, training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1– 11 September 2008. ‘Diagnostic / office hesteroscopy’, training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008. ‘HIV in pregnancy’, National CME, Obstestrics and Gynaecology (Series 2, Module 5), AIIMS; 1 November 2008. ‘Newer concepts in prenatal diagnosis and preconception counselling’, CME, Challenges in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Mata Chanan Devi Hospital, Delhi; 21 December 2008. ‘Diagnostic/hysteroscopy, training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 2–12 February 2009.

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‘Complications of hysteroscopy and their management’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1–11 September 2008. ‘Management of Hysteroscopy Complication’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1–11 September 2008. ‘Valvectomy – tailoring to individual’, CME,practical applications and current concepts in gynaecology oncology, AIIMS, in collaboration with AOGD and AOGIN, India; 27 September 2008. ‘Complications of hysteroscopy and their management’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008. ‘Management of Hysteroscopy Complication’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008. ‘Thyroid disorders during pregnancy’, National CME on Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Module 6, series 2), AIIMS; 1 November 2008. ‘Complications of hysteroscopy and their management’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 2–12 February 2009. ‘Management of Hysteroscopy Complication’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 2–12 February 2009.

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Dr J.B. Sharma • • • • • ‘High risk pregnancy’, CME programme, 30th Annual Conference of AOGD, New Delhi; 9 November 2008. ‘Tuberculosis in pregnancy’, CME, 52nd All India Congress in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, AICOG 2009, Jaipur, Rajasthan; 5 January 2009. ‘Role of endoscopy and laparoscopy in urogynaecology’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1–11 September 2008. ‘Role of endoscopy and laparoscopy in urogynaecology’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008. ‘Role of endoscopy and laparoscopy in urogyaecology’, Women’s Health Initiative Training Training Course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 2–12 February 2009.

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National and International Conferences Lectures delivered Dr Suneeta Mittal • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ‘Superspecialisation – need of hour’, 51st All India congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Delhi; 1–5 February 2008. ‘Critical appraisal’, Postgraduate course, Amity University, Noida; 8 February 2008. ‘Laparoscopic surgeries, complications and management’, training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS, New Delhi; 18–28 February 2008. ‘Current status of endoscopic surgery in Gynaecological practice’, Training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology’, AIIMS, New Delhi; 18–28 February 2008. ‘Endometriosis–recent trends in reproductive medicine’, 18th Annual Meet Symposium on recent trends in reproductive health research, Hyderabad; 20–22 February 2008. ‘PCOD’, Annual RCOG Conference, Indore; 29 February–2 March 2008. ‘Adolescent PCOS – Dilemma for gynaecologist session’, 24th National Congress of ISOPARB 2008, Ranchi; 15 March 2008. ‘Dr G.D. Pande Memorial Oration’, Forest Hospital Trust Medical College, Haldwani; 18 May 2008. ‘Mahilaon mein baanjhpan ki samasya – kaaran va bachaav’, Akaashwani, New Delhi; 22 May 2008. ‘Medical eligibility criteria for contraception’ and ‘Hormonal contraception’, Varanasi; 21 June 2008. ‘Ethics in research’, 3rd National Conference on Science of Research, Gurgaon; 27 July 2008. ‘Urinary incontinence/VVD’, case discussion, 11th Practical Course in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MAMC, New Delhi; 8–10 August 2008. ‘Bhrunn-Hatya’, Seminar on ‘Stree ke prati ek dristhikonn’, New Delhi; 28 August 2008. ‘Prevention and management of adolescent anaemia’, monthly study circle lecture organized by NFI and Delhi Chapter of NSI, Nutrition Foundation of India, New Delhi; 28 August 2008. ‘Evidence-based practice in childbirth: Current government policies – use of partograph, episiotomies’, Workshop on ‘Strengthening midwifery practices for safe motherhood in India’; 26 August 2008. ‘RHL, research methodology in high risk pregnancy and fetal medicine’, Workshop on ‘Maternal foetal medicine’, AIIMS, New Delhi; 25–30 August 2008. ‘Stem cells – cells of hope’, 9th World Congress and 17th National Conference of reproductive and child health, Jaipur; 12–14 September 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 360

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Dr Alka Kriplani • • • • ‘Fertility enhancing endoscopic surgery’, International Fertility Congress, Indian Fertility Society (IFS), Pune; 5 April 2008. ‘Lap repair of vault prolapse’, International Congress, Indian Menopause Society (IMS), New Delhi; 20 April 2008. ‘Applied anatomy for the laparoscopic surgeon’, Second Annual Conference of Delhi Gynaecological Endoscopists Society (DGES), New Delhi; 26 April 2008. ‘Management of abnormal uterine bleeding – current concepts’, 41st Annual Scientific sessions in association with Asia-Oceania Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (AOFOG) and supported by Indian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (ICOG), Sri Lanka College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Colombo, Sri Lanka; 30 July 2008. ‘Adolescent Gynaecology’, Scientific Session, Max Super Specialty Hospital, Saket and AOGD, New Delhi; 2 August 2008. ‘Diabetes in pregnancy’, Workshop on Maternal Foetal Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, AIIMS, and Genetic and Foetal Medicine, Committee of FOGSI, New Delhi; 26 August 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 361

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‘Contraception update’, FOCUS 2008, PG training programme, Jubilee Mission Medical College, Thrissur and Thrissur Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Thrissur; 28 August 2008. ‘Endometriosis’, FOCUS 2008, PG training programme, Jubilee Mission Medical College, Thrissur and Thrissur Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Thrissur; 29 August 2008. ‘Diabetes mellitus in pregnancy’, FOCUS 2008, PG training programme, Jubilee Mission Medical College, Thrissur and Thrissur Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Thrissur; 29 August 2008. ‘Operative hysterectomy in infertility’, NARCHI, Jaipur; 12–14 September 2008. ‘Laparoscopic myomectomy’, 30th AOGD 2008, Delhi; 8 November 2008. ‘Diabetes in preganancy’, DNB teaching programme, Steel Authority of India, Bhilai; 14 November 2008. ‘Current concepts – Management of AUB’, DNB teaching programme, Steel Authority of India, Bhilai; 14 November 2008. ‘Contraception today’, DNB teaching programme, Steel Authority of India, Bhilai; 14 November 2008. ‘Congenital malformations of genital tract and their management in young girls’, CME, 52nd AICOG 2009, FOGSI, Jaipur; 1 February 2009. ‘Ethical and legal issues in ART’, Dr CL Jhaveri Endowment Symposium on simplifying ART, 52nd AICOG 2009, FOGSI–ICOG, FOGSI, Jaipur; 6 January 2009. ‘Primary amenorrhoea’, 13th Annual revision course for exam-going postgraduates, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institue, Sri Ramachandra University, Porur, Chennai; 2 February 2009. ‘Abnormal uterine bleeding’, 13th Annual revision course for exam-going postgraduates, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institue, Sri Ramachandra University, Porur, Chennai; 2 February 2009. ‘Thrombophilia in pregnancy’, 25th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Perinatology and Reproductive Biology (ISOPARB-2009), New Delhi; 21–22 March 2009.

Dr Sunesh Kumar • ‘Laparoscopy – positioning, pneumoperitoneum, port placement, indications, contradictions’, Women’s Health Initiative Training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 1–11 September 2008 ‘Laparoscopy – positioning, pneumoperitoneum, port placement, indications, contradictions’, Women’s Health Initiative Training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 13–23 October 2008 ‘Laparoscopy – positioning, pneumoperitoneum, port placement, indications, contradictions’, Women’s Health Initiative Training course in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology, AIIMS; 2–12 February 2009 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 362

Dr Deepika Deka • ‘Prenatal intervention: Prenatal diagnostic techniques, amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling, cordocentesis’, 34th Annual Conference of Jamshedpur Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Jamshedpur; 19 April 2008. ‘Chorionic villus sampling, amniocentesis and cordocentesis – indications and procedure’, FOGSI Workshop, Jalandhar Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Jalandhar; 4 May 2008. ‘Prenatal diagnostic procedures’ and ‘An introduction to fetal medicine and genetics: The new obstetrics’, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Patna; 11 May 2008. ‘Infections in pregnancy’, National Conference on pregnancy and labour – making the journey safe, Mumbai Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Mumbai; 8 June 2008. ‘Foetal Medicine’, 28th Annual Conference of the Thanjavur Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Thanjavur; 21–22 June 2008. ‘Prenatal diagnostic procedure’, ‘Introduction to maternal foetal medicine’ and ‘TORCH’, 28th Annual Conference of the Thanjavur Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Thanjavur; 21–22 June 2008. ‘Introduction to maternal foetal medicine’ and ‘Prenatal diagnosis techniques’, Trichy Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Trichy; 28–29 June 2008. ‘Introduction to foetal medicine’, AICC RCOG 2008 – West Zone Conference and Foetal Medicine Workshop, Maharashtra Medical Foundation, and Genetic and Foetal Medicine Committee of FOGSI, Pune; 27 July 2008. Rh Isoimmunization meeting, Delhi Gynaecologist Forum (Westown), Delhi; 1 August 2008. ‘An introduction to foetal medicine and genetics: The new obstetrics’, Noida Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society, Noida; 24 August 2008. ‘Introduction to maternal foetal medicine’, Maternal Foetal Medicine Workshop, Department of Obstretics and Gyanecology AIIMS, Genetic and Foetal Medicine Committee, and Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India, AIIMS, New Delhi; 25–30 August 2008

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Dr Neerja Bhatla • • • • ‘Cervical cancer prevention: Screening and vaccines’, III Annual conference of Maharashtra Chapter of IAPSM, Mumbai, 16–17 April 2008. ‘Magnitude of the problem of cervical cancer, role of primary and secondary prevention’, ICMR– PATH Cervical Cancer Vaccine Project Advisory Committee Meeting, New Delhi; 7 May 2008. ‘Management of CIN’, MRCOG Course, New Delhi; 22 June 2008. ‘Overview of study designs’, Practical training workshop on ‘Essentials of research methods in reproductive health’, WHO-CCR in Human Reproduction, Department of Obstretics and Gyanecology, AIIMS, New Delhi; 1–4 July 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 363

‘Formulation of research question’, 1st Annual clinical epidemiology research methods and leadership training workshop for UG and PG medical students, K.L. Wig CMET, AIIMS; 11–13 Jul 2008. ‘Changing scenario in treatment of gynaecological disease – The effect of research in carcinoma cervix’, 3rd National Conference of Science of Research, Gurgaon; 25–27 July 2008. ‘Laparoscopy in gynaecological oncology’, Women’s health initiative training course in minimally invasive gynaecology, AIIMS; 10 September 2008. ‘Mahilaon mein stan cancer, jaanch or uska upchar’, All India Radio, 15 September 2008. ‘Prevention of gynaecological malignancy’, 2nd Indo-Scandinavian gynaecological oncology Conference 2008, VMMC and Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi; 18–19 October 2008. ‘Experience with HPV vaccine in India and future prospects’, International satellite symposium and operative workshop on gynaecological oncology (ISGO 2008), Bengaluru; 21–22 October 2008. ‘Experience with HPV vaccination in India and future expectations’, International symposium on human papillomavirus associated cancers: Translating research into cancer prevention and medicine, Thiruvananthapuram; 1–3 November 2008. ‘HPV vaccine’, AOGD, New Delhi; 8–9 November 2008. ‘HPV and cervical cancer’, AOGD Conference, New Delhi; 8–9 November 2008. ‘HPV vaccination the Indian perspective’, International Gynae Cancer Congress 2008, Dharamshila Hospital and Research Centre, New Delhi; 22–23 November 2008. ‘HPV vaccination – the Indian perspective’, 17th AGOICON 2008, Hyderabad; 29–31 November 2008. ‘HPV vaccine – from evidence to practice’, AGOICON 2008, Hyderabad; 29–31 November 2008. ‘Cervical cancer: The landscape’, Path Forward: Women advocates initiatives against HPV, PATH, New Delhi; 4 December 2008. ‘Prevent the preventable: Vaccination for cervical cancer prevention’, 52nd All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, AICOG 2009, Jaipur; 4–8 January 2009. ‘Possible role of HPV vaccines in the control of cervical cancer in developing countries and India – Current status and future’, Annual Day on Institute of Cytology and Preventive Oncology, Noida; 15 January 2009. ‘Pregnancy induced hypertension’, NAMS-PGI National symposium on ‘current concepts and controversies in hypertension’, PGIMER, Chandigarh; 22 February 2009. ‘HPV vaccination’, 28th Annual conference of the Indian Association of Cancer Research, Bengaluru; 23–24 February 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 364

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Dr Neena Malhotra • • • ‘Polycystic ovarian syndrome’, National conference and workshop on ovulation induction, IUI and ART, Jalandhar; 11 May 2008. ‘Infertililty - practical management’, IMA refresher course programme, Kanpur; 20 January 2009. ‘Hormone therpay for endometriosis’, XV Annual symposium on hormonal receptors and women’s health ranbaxy science foundation, New Delhi; 19 March 2009.

Dr Vatsla Dadhwal • • • ‘Management of menopause’, 28th Annual conference of the society of Thajavur; 21–22 June 2008. ‘Ultrasound for congenital malformations in first trimester’, Maternal foetal medicine workshop, AIIMS; 25–30 August 2008. ‘Prevention of mother to child transmission and management of pregnancy- ladies with HIV infection’, Training prgramme for prevention, control and management of HIV/AIDS, Department of medicine and DSACS; 18–19 Ocotber 2008. ‘Prenatal diagnostic procedures’, Workshop on foetal medicine, Madurai Obstetrics and Gynaecolgy Society; 21 February 2009. ‘Identifying foetal anaemia before hydrops develops’, Workshop on management of Rh negative mothers and Rh-isoimmunization–current concepts, SAFE, DESPAT, Genetics and foetal medicine committee, FOGSI, AIIMS; 28 February 2009. ‘Prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV’, ART sensitization training at LRS Institute of Tuberculosis, New Delhi; 25–27 February 2009. ‘Identifying foetal anaemia before hydrops’, 25th Annual conference of Indian Society of Perinatology and Reproductive Biology, New Delhi; 21–22 March 2009.

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‘Ultrasound guided and amniocentesis as a foetal medicine procedure’, workshop on maternal and foetal medicine, AIIMS, 25–30 August 2008. ‘Live demonstration of procedures of foetal medicine like CVS amniocentesis, cordocentesis’, workshop on maternal and foetal medicine, AIIMS; 25–30 August 2008. ‘Prevention and management of hysteroscopic complications’, 9th World Congress and 17th National Conference of reproductive and child health; 12–14 September 2008. ‘Management of menopause’, Annual meeting of carnal Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, Karnal; 23 October 2008. ‘Cholestasis during pregnancy’, International Conference IMASICON, IMSA, Dubai, UAE; 12– 13 October 2008. ‘Investigation protocol of recurrent pregnancy loss’, 1st National conference of SOGOG – evidencebased obstetrics and gynaecology, Ahmedabad Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, Ahmedabad; 12–13 December 2008. ‘Tailored approach to valvectolmy’, 53rd AICOG, Jaipur; 4–8 January 2008. ‘Live demonstration of hysteroscopy procedure’, workshop on hysteroscopy surgery, Gwalior Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, Gwalior; 24 January 2009. ‘Prevention and management of hysteroscopic complications’, Gwalior Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, Gwalior; 24 January 2009. ‘Intrauterine infection’, 24th Annual AICC-RCOG conference, Delhi; 28 February–2 March 2009. ‘Live demonstration of hysteroscopy procedure’, workshop on hysteroscopy surgery, Rohtak Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, Rohtak; 21 March 2009. ‘Prevention and management of hysteroscopic complications’, Rohtak Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, Rohtak; 21 March 2009.

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Dr J.B. Sharma • • • • • ‘Bowel and vascular complication in endoscopic Surgery’, 2nd Annual Conference of the Delhi Gynaecological Endoscopists Society, Moolchand Hospital, New Delhi; 25–27 April 2008. ‘Management of Rh negative pregnancy and management of PPH’, Muzaffarnagar Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, 19 September 2008. ‘Anaemia in pregnancy’, Meerut Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society; 7 November 2008. ‘Anaemia in pregnancy – changing in concepts’, 30th Annual conference of AOGD, New Delhi; 9 November 2008. ‘Management of pregnant patients under DOTS plus in national DOTS plus committee for MDR/XDR management’, LRS Institute of TB and Respiratory Diseases, New Delhi; 20 December 2009. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 366

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‘Urogynae disorders in day to day gynaecology practice’, Challenges in obstetrics and gynaecology, Mata Chanan Devi Hospital, New Delhi; 21 December 2008. ‘Surgical repair of SUI conventional surgeries vs newer technique’, 2nd International gynaecology plastic surgery and live operative workshop, Amritsar; 21–22 February 2009. ‘TVT obtage operation’, Video-demonstration in AICC-RCOG conference; 28 February–2 March 2008. ‘Hormone replacement therapy’, AICC-RCOG conference; 28 February–2 March 2008.

Dr Pradeep Kumar Garg • • • • • • ‘Laparoscopic radical hysterectomy for carcinoma cervix’, SAGE Annual conference, Guwahati; April 2008. ‘Laproscopic myomectomy’, SELSICON 2008, Agra; October 2008. ‘Laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy’, SELSICON 2008, Agra; October 2008. ‘Laparoscopic hysterectomy for carcinoma endometrium’, International Gynaecology Congress 2008, Dhararmshila Cancer Hospital, New Delhi; November 2008. ‘Laparoscopic myomectomy’, Fertivision 2008, Chandigarh; December 2008. ‘Laparoscopic myomctomy’, UAASICON 2008, Bareilly.

RESEARCH Funded Projects Completed 1. A phase III, double-blind, randomized, controlled study to evaluate the immunogenicity and safety of GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals’ HPV-16/18 VLP/AS04 vaccine administered intramuscularly according to a 0, 1, 6 months schedule in healthy Indian female subjects aged 18–35 years. Neerja Bhatla. Funded by GSK for 2 years (2006–2008). Funds: Rs 6.88lakh. 2. Parallel performance trial of fast HPV versus HC2 for cervical cancer screening. Neerja Bhatla. Funded by Digene for one year (2007–2008). Funds: Rs 13.50lakh. Ongoing 1. Comparison of two doses and two routes of administration of misoprostol after pretreatment with mifepristone for early pregnancy. Suneeta Mittal. Funded by WHO for one year (2007– 2008). Funds: Rs 5,97,889. 2. Prevention of parents to child transmission of HIV. Suneeta Mittal. Funded by Delhi State AIDS Control Society (ongoing long project). Funds: Rs 0.5 lakh . 3. Phase I clinical trial of once weekly administration of 50 mg mifepristone as oral contraceptive. Suneeta Mittal. Funded by ICMR (ongoing long project). Funds: HRRC. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 367

4. Phase III multicentre clinical trial with subdermal single Rod contraceptive impalnt–implanon. Suneeta Mittal. Funded by ICMR for two years. Funds: HRRC. 5. Diagnosis of genital tuberculosis in infertile women and the effect of antitubercular therapy. Alka Kriplani. Funded by ICMR for 2 years (2006–2008). Funds: Rs 4,79,465. 6. Role of mifepristone (RU 486) in the management of uterine leiomyoma. Alka Kriplani. Funded by ICMR (2008). 7. An open label, single-arm, non-comparative study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of ion surose (OROFER-S) injection in the treatment of iron deficiency anaemia during pregnancy. Alka Kriplani. Funded by Emcure Pharmaceuticals for 2 years (2008–2010). 8. Comparative study of oral single dose of metronidazole, tinidazole, secnidazole and ornidazole in the case of bacterial vaginosis. Alka Kriplani. Funded by DST for 3 years (2008–2011). 9. Evaluation of curcumin in the management of advanced cancer cervix. Sunesh Kumar. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2006–2009). Funds: Rs 51 Lakh (approximately). 10. Seroprevalence of cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection in pregnant women and prenatal diagnosis of Foetal CMV Infection. D. Deka. Funded by ICMR for 2 years (2007–2009). Funds: Rs 2,75,200. 11. Development of HPV candidate vaccine/s: Preparation of clinical trial site/cohort for vaccine testing. Neerja Bhatla. Funded by DBT for 3 years (2005–2008). Funds: Rs 84,98,000. 12. Perifollicular vascularity and follicular fluid vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) concentration in in-vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles. Neena Malhotra. Funded by AIIMS Research Grant for 2 years (2008–2010). Funds: Rs 2lakh. 13. CORONIS – International study of caesarean section surgical techniques – a randomized factorial trial. J.B. Sharma. Funded by University of Oxford, UK for 4 years (2007–2011). Funds: Rs 72 lakh. 14. Treatment of genital tuberculosis. J.B. Sharma. Funded by Central TB Division, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India for 2 years (2009–2011). Funds: Rs 40 lakh. 15. Efficacy of DOTS treatment in genital tuberculosis. Neeta Singh. Funded by Ministry of Health andFamily Welfare, Government of India for 2 years (2009–2011). Funds: Rs 40 lakh. Departmental Projects Completed 1. Persistence of HPV DNA and its correlation with residual disease in treated cases of CIN. 2. Comparison of Glibenclamide (GYBURIDDE) and insulin for glycemic control obstetrical and perinatal outcome in diabetes mellitus during pregnancy. 3. Role of Pulse Doppler in detecting Uterine and Radial artery flow changes in predicting Pregnancy outcome in Unexplained Infertility. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 368

AIIMS 2008-2009 / 369 . 17. 20. Screening with cytology.4. 16. Use of letrozole versus clomphene citrate combined with gonadotrophin in superovulation and IUI cycles. visual inspection. 13. 19. Prevention of uterine atony during cesarean section: Randomized comparison of sublingual misoprostol versus syntocinon. 11. Effect of intraperitoneal bupivacaine in reducing postoperative pain after laparoscopic gynaecological surgery. Correlation of HPV DNA testing with residual decrease in treated cases of CIN. laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy and non descent vaginal hysterectomy for treatment of benign diseases of the uterus. acetic acid and Lugol’s iodine for early detection of cervical neoplasia and comparative evaluation of single – versus double freeze cryotherapy technique in the treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia. Prospective randomized comparative study of total laparoscopic hysterectomy. Doppler assessment in various foetal vessels and foetal weight estimation using antenatal soft tissue thickness in intra uterine growth restriction with normal pregnancies. Ongoing 6. A randomized study to compare two surgical technique of laparoscoic stripping of ovarian endometrioma. Hyperhomocystenemia in unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss and therapeutic response to vitamin B6. flow cytometry. B12 and folic acid. 7. 18. cyto diagnosis. 15. Prevalence of thrombophilia in patients with adverse pregnancy outcome. Comparison of harmonic scalpel with bipolar cautery in laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy. Endometrial changes and ovarian function in women with early breast cancer. 9. 8. 10. A comparative study of VIA. 12. 14. Value of routine antenatal screening ultrasonography at 24–28 weeks of gestation. 5. 21. Detection and quantification of foetomaternal hemorrhage (FMH) following deliveries in Rh-ve non-immunized pregnancy by KBT. Role of middle cerebral artery – peak systolic velocity in predicting foetal anaemia in Rh Isoimmunisation after previous intrauterine transfusions. Prophylactic administration of micronized progesterone in prevension of preterm labour in women at increased risk. Correlation of stage and imaging of endometriosis with fertility outcome. HPV testing and colposcopy as tools for cervical cancer screening.

Application of PET scan in preoperative evaluation of carcinoma endometrium. Comparing thermal balloon ablation and levonorgestrel intrauterine system in patients with dysfunctional uterine bleeding. 28. 33. Role of MRI in evaluation of pelvic organ prolapse and its relationship with POPQ classification. Comparison of uterine and radial artery flow changes detected by pulse doppler in women undergoing stimulated intrauterine insemination for unexplained infertility. To compare BPP with Doppler in pregnant patients with IUGR in normal pregnancies. Sonographic placental investigation in early pregnancy: correlation with foetal and maternal outcome in singleton pregnancy. 29. 32. Comparative study between MRI and ultrasound in prenatal diagnosis using autopsy or postpartum imaging as a standard of reference. Evaluation of the screen-and vaccinate strategy as a model for comprehensive cervical cancer prevention. Transvaginal ultrasound markers for ovarian reserve and periovarian adhesions after laparoscopic ovarian drilling in patients with clomiphene citrate resistant polycystic ovarian syndrome. 40. 34. Clinical. 26. Normogram of foetal nasal bone length at 11–14 weeks of gestation. To compare three different time regimen of vaginal misoprostol after oral mifepristone for medical abortion. 25. Ovarian function and endometrial changes in case of carcinoma breast 31. Role of anastrozole for treatment of symptomatic leiomyoma in premenopausal women. imaging. Role of PET in staging of ovarian malignancies. 30. Evaluation of anti-mullerian hormone as a marker of ovarian response in IVF cycles. 23. Role of direct foetal intravascular immunoglobulin therapy rhesus isoimmunized pregnancies. 42.22. endoscopic and laboratory evaluation of female genital tuberculosis. 24. 36. 27. 38. 37. The comparison between laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy with non-descent vaginal hysterectomy for large uteri – a randomized clinical trial. Role of messenger RNA PCR in the diagnosis of genital tuberculosis in infertile women. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 370 . Comparison of the effectiveness of single versus double intrauterine insemination in infertile couples. Effect of oral contraceptive containing ethinyl estradiol combined with drospirenone vs desogestrel on clinical and biochemical parameters in patients of PCOS. 41. 35. 39. Sentinel lymph node biopsy in cancer cervix. 43.

16. 13. To evaluate endometrial & sub endometrial blood flows in the prediction of pregnancy during invitro fertilization treatment. 5. 12. Epidural analgesia in labour (with Anaesthesiology) . Apoptosis in placental membranes in pre-eclampsia: An immunohistochemical study (with Anatomy). Sequence based identification of Myocobacterium species isolated from extra-pulmonary tuberculosis cases (with Laboratory Medicine). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 371 . Establishment and characterization of human foetal liver hematopoitetic stem cell line (with Medical Oncology. Collaborative Projects Ongoing 1. 11. PEARL study (postmenopausal evaluation and risk reduction with lasofoxifene). The Generations trial. 3. Global research and development (with Endocrinology). 9. Chromosome aneuploidy and mosaicism in preimplantation embryo (with Reproductive Biology). Effects of Arzoxifene on vertebral fracture incidence and on invasive breast cancer incidence in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis or with low bone density (with Endocrinology). Chromosome anenploidy and mosaicism in preimplantation embryo (with Anatomy). To study the subset of antiphospholipid syndrome defined by anti beta2 glyocoprotein 1 antibody (with Laboratory Medicine). Biostatistical aspects in case control studies on unintended pregnanies (with Biostatistics). 2. 15. Development of human papillomavirus vaccine prototype/s – molecular epidemiology of HPV types prevalent in India and identification of HPV-16 L1 and E6 variants (with Biochemistry). Evaluation of ovarian function in female patients with multi-bacillary leprosy (with Dermatology and Venereology).44. 14. Role of centchroman in benign breast disease (with Surgery). 7. IRCH). 17. 6. A study of molecular basis of endometrial receptivity for blastocyst implantation in primates (with Physiology). Prenatal development and maturation of the human inferior colliculus (with Anatomy). Prevention of parent to child transmission of HIV (with Paediatrics and Microbiology). 8. 4. 10. Diabetis mellitus and vulvo vaginal candidiasis: Prevalence and its rational management (with Endocrinology).

To study the effect of human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) on vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) expression by human mid-secretory endometrial cells grown on rat-tail collagen matrix (with Physiology). Evaluation of the diagnostic potential of fetal DNA in maternal plasma as a possible tool for noninvasive prenatal diagnosis of common single gene disorders (with Genetics). 31. Comparative evaluation of neo adjuvant chemotherapy vs primary debulking surgery in the management of advanced epithelial ovarian cancer (with IRCH). 27. pl61NK 4a and E-cadherin expression profile in pre-cancerous lesions of cervix and cervical carcinomas (with Pathology). Establishment and characterization of human foetal liver humatopoietic stem cell line (with Medical Oncology. 36. 28. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 372 . Implantation of human retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cells in the 6-OH DA lesioned rat model of Parkinson’s disease (with Neurology). Non-invasive prenatal diagnosis of beta thalassemia and foetal RhD status (with Paeadiatrics). Correlation between first trimester glucose screening and serum insulin levels with development of gestational diabetes mellitus in pregnancy (with Endocrinology). 29. 32. 23. An in vitro model study of hyperlipoproteinemia on the degree of LDL receptor expression in placental trophoblast cells: Correlation with oral steroid contraceptive induced hyperlipoproteinemia (with ICMR). mid-secretory stage endometrial cells grown on collagen matrix in vitro (with Physiology). Diagnosis of genital tuberculosis in infertile women and the effect of antitubercular therapy (with ICMR ). 24. 34. Validation of strategies for rapid prenatal detection of aneuploides (with Genetics). Role of circulating angiogenetic factors in the pathogenesis of pre-eclampsia (with Anatomy). Delineation of molecular basis of trophoblast invasion (with National Institute of Immunology). 30.18. Prevalence of bacterial vaginosis and other reproductive tract infections among symptomatic women (study in tertiary centre) (with Microbiology). 35. 21. 25. Use of Hb A estimation by HPLC for prenatal diagnosis of b-thalassemia in foetal blood samples during second trimester pregnancies (with Haematology). Elucidation of endometriosis based on transcript profiling (with Physiology). IRCH). 26. 19. 22. To study the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in pregnant women at first and third trimester during the routine care (with Endocrinology). 20. Effect of progesterone on hsp 27 expression in human. Endotheliel progenital cells as biomarker of disease activity in multiple myeloma (with Oncology) 33.

single-arm. 5.27:426– 30. Dinoprostone gel for cervical and induction of labour. Bhatla N. Role of mifepristone (RU 486) in the management of Uterine Leiomyoma (ICMR).XILV:12–14. Lal S. Obs Gynae 2009. Dar L. et al. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Int J Gynaecol and Obstet 2008. A meta-analysis of human papillomavirus typedistribution in women from South Asia: Implications for vaccination. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Kriplani A. secnidazole and ornidazole in the case of bacterial vaginosis (with DST). Karmakar S. 2. Kumar S. Roy KK. Kriplani A. Kochar S. Dash BB. 9. An open label. et al. Singhal R. 38. Endometrial effects of letrozole and clomiphene citrate in women with PCOS using spiral artery Doppler. Roy KK. Bahadur A. Raasanen J. Roy KK.37. Asian J Obs Gynae Practice 2008. Bao YP. Chaithongwongwatthana S. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009. Epub 2008 Jul 3.XIV:54–7. Pati SK. Agarwal N. Mittal S. Kriplani A. PMID19132380. Sharma JB. Spontaneous vesicovaginal fistula caused by genitourinary aspergillosis. Kumar P. HPV type-distribution in women with and without cervical neoplasia in North India. Pregnancy and Obesity. Bhatla N. Vaccine 2008. J Obstet Gynaecol Res 2009. 6. Comparison of visual test. Int J Gynecol Pathol 2008. Kulshrestha V. Socio-demographic profile of women undergoing abortion in a tertiary centre. Agarwal N. Does indomethacin prevet preterm birth in women with cervical dilatation in the second trimester? Am J Perinatol 2009. Epub 2008 Nov 19.35:173–5.26:13–9.279:311–4. Lal N. Sharma JB. Postoperative adhesions in gynaecologic surgery: Pathogenesis. Rehman SM. Bhatla N. non-comparative study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of ion surose (OROFER-S) injection in the treatment of iron deficiency anaemia during pregnancy (with Emcure Pharmaceuticals) 39. Baruah J.278:329–32. Shama JB.26:2811–7. Berghella V. Endometrial effects of letrozole and clomiphene citrate in women with polycystic ovary syndrome using spiral artery Doppler. 10. 12. consequences and prevention. Bahadur A. 8. PUBLICATIONS 1. Obs Gynae Today 2009. Sharma JB. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 373 . Myomectomy during pregnancy – A feasible option.2:45–50.XIII:207–9. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009. tinidazole. Mittal S. Obst Gynae Today 2008. Kriplani A. Sehgal R. Cotter A. Baruah J. 4. Aruna J. 11. Batra D. Seth A. Ng T. Kumar L. Prasertcharoensuk W. Sikka P. Kumar S. Patro AR. Agarwal N. Baruah J. 13. Qiao YL. Rahman SM. Epub 2008 Feb 15. cytology and colposcopy in prediction of cervical dysplasia. 7. A rare case of primary malignant melanoma of cervix. Sharma JB. Comparative study of oral single dose of metronidazole. D Karmakar. Kumar S. 3.

AIIMS 2008-2009 / 374 .30:73–4. Ectopic pregnancy following levonorgestrel emergency contraception. Successful management of live ectopic pregnancy with high beta-hCG titres by ultrasound-guided potassium chloride injectin and systemic methotrexate. Recurrent ovarian haemorrhage in a girl with congenital factor X deficiency. Indian Collaborating International study of caesarean section surgical techniques: A randomized fractional. Ghosh B. Management of abnormal uterine bleeding – current concepts. 15. Opinions of experts at the AOGIN Conference. Coexistent tubercular cervicitis with tuberculosis of the little figer: An unsual presentation. Sarangi S. Ghosh B. Gupta N. Gupta N. Ghosh B. Haemophilia 2008. Obs Gynae Today 2008. Park SN. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Vaid A. Garland S. Mittal S. The CORONIS Trial (Sharma JB).XIII:318–20. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 2008. Arch Gynecol Obset 2009 (Epub ahead of print). Epub 2008 Oct. 25. Epub 2008 Jul 7. Mittal S. Singh N.24:167–70. 22. 16. Bhatla N. Dalmia S. 17. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 2007. Mittal S. Ngan HY. Deka D. Laparoscopic hemihysterectomy in a case of uterus didelphys with nonfused uterine horns with functioning endometrial and complete cervico-vaginal agenesis. Gupta N. Anand K.278:169–70. a case report. Gupta G. Contraception 2009. CORONIS Trial Collaborative Group. Deka D. 21.9. Sharma JB. Jindal VL. Sri Lanka J Obst Gynecol 2008. Mathur SR. Evaluation of cervical screening in rural North India.14:835–5. Epub 2008 Jan 31. Deka D. Laparoscopic management of isolated fallopian tube torsion in a premenarchal 13-year-old adolescent girl. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009 Feb 20. 27. factorial trial. Deka D. 24. Mittal S. Bahadur A. Ramesan CK. Mittal S. Ghosh B. Vaccine 2008. Deka D.102:284–6. Sumana G. Fetal cardiac rhadbdomyoma with maternal tuberous sclerosis complicating pregnancy. 19. Dadhwal V. Gupta B. Muwonge R. Dadhwal V. 18. Mittal. Gupta N. 26. Ghosh B. The need for public education on HPV and cervical cancer prevention in Asia.26:5435–40.15:652–4. J Gynae Sur 2008. No abstract available. Dadhwal V.279:909– 10. Frazer I. 20. J Minim Invasive Gynecol 2008. Dadhwal V. Chen CJ. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009. Tay EH. Agarwal S.79:155–7. Int J Gynaecol Obstet (Accepted for Publication IJG-D-0800941R1). Gulati A. 23. Dadhwal V. Dadhwal V. Rani S. Epub 2008 Oct 21. Deka D. Kriplani A. Comparison of oral naproxen nd intrauterine lignocaine instillation for pain relief during hysterosalpingography.14. A case of colouterine fistula managed laparoscopically. Mittal S.7:24. Mittal S. et al. et al. Surgical management of postpartum haemorrhage.

thalassemia. Does the nuchal cord persist? An ultrasound and color-doppler-based prospective study. Dadhwal V. Kriplani A. 32. A review of total laparoscopic hysterectomy using ligasure uterine artery-sealing device: AIIMS Experience. Lal N. Agarwal N. Gupta P. Mehra NK. Shamsi MB.65:84–8. Epub 2008 Jan 12. Ashrafunnessa KS. 38. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Fertility among women with classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia: Report of 7 cases where treatment was started after 9 years of age. Deka D.34:314–7. 29. Lal S. Kumar S. Kinra G. Human papillomavirus infection and cervical cancer prevention in India. Indian Medical Gazette 2008.15:S50. Lyngdoh BT. Khurana ML. Disseminated peritoneal leiomyomatosis: An unsual complication of laparoscopic myomectomy. Rao S. Mittal S.28. experience from a tertiary care centre in north India: A brief report.XIII: 295–8. Sri Lanka and Nepal. Sharma JB. Kumar S. Kriplani A. Bhatla N. Roy KK. Kulshrestha V. Deorari AK. Sharma PK. Assessment of foetomaternal hemorrhage by flow cytometry and Kleihauer . Sharma AK. Laparoscopic management of a large recurrent benign mucinous cystadenoma of the ovary. Bangladesh. Malhotra N. Agarwal N. Tanswar M. Gravitt PE. Savithrisowmya S. et al. Sowmya S. Roy KK. Use of HbA estimation by CE-HPLC for prenatal diagnosis of beta. Garg P. Kulshrestha B. Mullerian adenosarcoma of uterus in a young woman with infertility. Singh M. Obs Gyn Today 2008. Marumudi. Basu P. Agarwal N. Kumar S. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. 40. 37. Chanana C. 35. Cesarean section for suspected fetal distress-Does continuous fetal heart monitoring and decision to delivery time make a difference in perinatal outcome.Betke Test in Rh-negative pregnancies. Arch Gynaecol Obstet 2009. Sankaranarayanan R. Indian J Paediatr 2008. Verma D. Kriplani A. Lal S. et al. J Minim Invasive Gynaecol 2008. Dhawan A. J Obstet Gynecol Res 2008. Deka D. Karmakar D. Gynecol Obstet Invest 2008. Venkatesh S.278:93–5.279:279–9. Kucheria K.75:1249–52.24:267–72. Laparoscopic management of cervical agenesis. Phytoestrogen containing herbomineral preparation in the treatment of menopausal symptoms: An Indian experience. 34. Sharma M. Gupta N. Lal S. Saxena R. Kriplani A. Kriplani A. Garg P. Malhotra N. Vaccine 2008. Psoas abscess in obstetrics. 41. Gynecol Endocrin 2008. Gupta DK. Baruah J. Agarwal N.CXLII:116–8. Hematology 2009. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A 2008. Mittal S. Mutat Res 2009. Esmy PO.277:379–80.26 (Suppl 12):M43–52. DNA integrity and semen quality in men with low semen antioxidant levels. Nayar B. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 375 .18:825–9. Bhatla N. et al.14:122–4. 31. 33. Kabra M. Kriplani A. Sharma M. Talwar P. Sharma JB. 39. 36.665:29–36. 30.

JK Science 2008. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009.279:565–7. A Survey of prophylactic antibiotics in gynaecological surgeries amongst gynaecologists of Delhi. 52. Malhotra N. Pushparaj M. Rahman SM. Aggarwal P. Hysteroscopic findings in women with primary and secondary infertility due to genital tuberculosis. Gopalan S. Roy KK. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Epub 2008 Jul 16. Hysterosalpingographic findings in infertile women with genital tuberculosis.278:359–64. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009. Non-purerperal incomplete uterine inversion due to large sub-mucous fundal fibroid found at hysterectomy: A report of two cases. Roy KK. Chattopadhyay TK. Gupta N. Malhotra N. Prevalence of urinary incontinence and other urological problems during pregnancy: A questionnaire based study. et al. Malhotra N. Gupta N. Sharma JB.279:415–7. Kumar S. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Pregnancy outcome in pituitary tumors. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Epub 2008 Jan 24. Mittal S. Roy KK. 50.German Gynaecological Association 2008. cyclophosphamide chemotherapy and hemostatic radiotherapy with abdominal shielding for metastic invasive intraductal breast carcinoma. Sharma RS. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 2009. Roy KK. Roy KK.42. Sharma JB. Kumar S. Pushparaj M. Malhotra N. Gupta N. Sharma JB. 43. 53. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009. 55. Gupta P. Neyaz Z. A survey of obstetricians’ practice of using prophylactic antibiotics in vaginal deliveries and caesarean sections. Pushpraj M. Epub 2008 Nov 20. Epub 2008 Aug 21. 46. 49. Sharma JB.279:401–2. 47. Barua J. Jain SK. Phase II clinical trial with Praneem polyherbal tablets for assessment of their efficacy in symptomatic women with abnormal vaginal discharge (an ICMR task force study). Sharma JB.104:49–52. Jain SK. Kumar S. Sharma JB. Mohnraj P. Survey of the attitude to knowledge and practice of contraception and medical abortion in women attending a family planning clinic J Turkish. Epub 2008 Jul 19. Sharma JB. J Indian Med Assoc 2008. Karmakar D. Saxena NC. Sharma JB. Sharma JB. Roy KK. Epub 2008 Feb 14. Singhal S. et al. et al. Laparoscopic findings in female genital tuberculosis. Aggarwal S. 45.279:481–7. Arh Gynecol Obstet 2009. Roy KK. Kumar S. Sharma JB.106:147–9. Kumar S. Mathur AK. Bahadur A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 376 . Successful pregnancy outcome with 5-florouarcil. Mittal S. epirubicin. Chandok N. 51. Roy KK. Evaluation of Sharma’s modified Leopold’s maneuvers: A new method for foetal palpation in late pregnancy.277:37–41. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg 2008. Pushparat M. Sharma JB.9:29–34. Sharma JB. Sharma JB. 54. Mittal S. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009. 48.10:19–22. Epub 2008 Aug 5. Kumar S. Esophageal carcinoma during pregnancy: A case report. Raina V. Gupta N. Malhotra N.101:150–5. Pushparaj M. Kumar S. Aggarwal P. Datey S. 44. Genital TB: An important cause of asherman syndrome in India. Roy KK. Mittal S. Int J Gynaecol Obstet 2008.

XIII:422–26. Sharma A. Singh N. Kaur J. Singh N. Dadhwal V. Vagnal misoprostol for cervical priming prior to diagnostic hysteroscopy-efficacy safety and patient satisfaction: A randomized controlled trial. Batra D. Gupta N. Sharma KA. 69. 61.34:801–4. Shukla P. Arch Gynecol Obstet (Epub ahead of print).56. Sharma KA. Optimising antenatal care and delivery in thalassemic mothers: Single centre experience. Julka PK. Sharma AK. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. 65. Misra R. Non-cirrhotic portal hypertension and pregnancy outcome. 68. Singh N.12:981–3. Piaggio G. Deka D. et al. Sumana G. Singh N. Kabra M.XIII:193–6. 67. 59. Verma R. Prenat Diagn 2008. My Huong NT. Sumana G. Naha M. Paliwal P. Arch Gnecol Obstet 2009. J Clin Immunol 2009. Dadhwal V. Selvi AS. Postoperative flare-up of genital tuberculosis: A clinical reality. Deka D. 60. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. Mittal S. Vojdyla D. To mifepristone doses and two intervals of misoprostol administration for termination of early pregnancy: A randomized factorial controlled equivalence trial.278:3257. WHO Research Group on Post-ovulatory Methods of Fertility Regulations. Sharma Y. Xanthogranulomatous inflammation: A rare cause of premature ovarian failure. Dadhwal V. Thakwani. 57. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2009. V. Mittal S. Genital tuberculosis: A leading cause for infertility in women seeking assisted conception in India. Singh N. Epub ahead of print. Tyagi S. Genital tuberculosis: A leading cause of infertility in women seeking assisted conception in North India.279:37–40. Gupta N. Differential expression of RDXI/ CXCR7 in the human placenta. Agarwal N. 62. Sharma DN. A successful management of dengue fever in pregnancy: Report of two cases. Vaid A. Sharma JB. Mala YM. A randomized controlled trial of prophylactic sublingual misoprostol versus intramuscular methyl-ergometrine versus intramuscular 15-methyl PGF2alpha in active management of third stage of labor. Ghosh M. Epub 2008 Feb 19. Mittal S. Deka D. 63. Dinda A. Management of mild gestational diabete. Deka D. Marons L. Dadhwal V. Tripathi V. Epub 2009 Apr 15. Arch Gynecol Obstet 2008. 64. Tripathi R. Mittal S. Balakrishnan P. Dadhwal. et al. Singh N. Indian J Med Microbiol 2008. Epub 2008 May 1. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 2008. Cytogenet Genome Res 2009. Prenatal diagnosis of megalencephalic leukodystrophy. Mittal S. Mittal S.124:90–3. Von Hertzen H. J Obstet Gynaecol Res 2008.278:101–2. Sharma R. Dadhwal V. Rath GK. 66. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 377 . Dadhwal V. et al. Ghosh B.26:377–80. Sharma JB.28:357–9. BJOG 116:381–9. Malhotra N. Obs Gynae Today 2008. 58. Luthra K. Sumana G. Tang OS. Rare finding of 2n/4n mixoploidy in mother and fetus with severe immunue hydrops. Mittal S.29:379–86. Mittal S. Singh N. Shamra JB. Mittal S. 70.

Nutrition during pregnancy. In: Deka D (ed). 2009. In: Desai P. 2008:19–24. Jaypee Brothers. Critical care in severely anaemic patient. 7. Seth T. Jaypee Brothers.8:90–101. Ovarian cancer-comprehensive and contemporary management. 13.15:267–85. Kriplani A. Shah D (eds). Principles and Practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for Postgraduates. Malhotra N. A FOGSI Publication. Kriplani A. Kriplani A. Tumor markers in ovarian cancer. Jaypee Brothers. 2008. Ist ed. In: Hollingworth T (eds). Dash BB. Fetal Therapy – Medical and Surgical. Principles and Practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for Postgraduates. Sharma JB. In: Rajaram S. Kabra M. Mehta S.4:26–30. Goel N (eds). In: Chitrathara K. 12. Maheshwari D. In: Mishra MG. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Mahey R. Dash BB. 2009:85–94. Kriplani A. Malhotra N. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 378 . Deka D. 1st ed. Malhotra N. FOGSI Focus. 2008. Malhotra N. Genetic counselling for obstetricians. Maheshwari A (eds). Jaypee Brothers. In: Desai P. 6. 2008.18:178–90. 1st ed. Deka D. 4. FOGSI Focus. 10. Neharika. Kriplani A. Jaypee Brothers. 3rd ed. Dash BB. Differential diagnosis in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Mehta S. 2008: 21–23. In: Sharma SK. 2009. In: Desai P.Chapters in Books 1. 2009. 1st ed. 9.118:1098–110. 2008. 2008:105–18. Conservative management modalities for DUB: Reducing hysterectomy rates. Anaemia in pregnancy. Dash BB. 3rd ed. In: Desai P. Mohanty S. Critical Care in Obstetrics. Dash BB. Deka D. Congenital Intrauterine infections. Cord blood banking: Current status and future implications. Complications of endoscopic surgery in gynaecology. Shah D (eds). Vaidyanathan U. Goel N (eds). Principles and Practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for Postgraduates. 2.1:275–91 5. Deka D. 11. A FOGSI Publication. Sinha J (eds). Agarwal AK (eds). Advances in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.2:1122– 42. Vijayasree D.1:54–66. In: Rajaram S. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine. Lunkad A. Vol 2. London: A-Z Hodder Arnold. Applications of Genetics in Modern Obstetrics and Gynecology. 3rd ed. 1st ed. Shah D (eds). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Principle and Practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for postgraduates. Kriplani A. 3rd ed. 2008. Malhotra J. Advances in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Vol 2. Kriplani A. Bhatla N. Shah D (eds). Singal RK. 8. Gupta N. Prenatal treatment of Toxoplasmosis. A FOGSI Publication. 2009:4–6. Garg PK. National Guidelines for PPTCT. 3. Monograph on Adult Immunization by Association of Physicians of India. Rajaram S.

1st ed. Clinics 1. 1st ed. Gynaecological cancer clinic 5. In: Hollingworth T (eds). Karmrkar D. 1st ed.risk pregnancy clinic 3. PATIENT CARE Hospital care: Facilities available with the department include special clinic and special laboratory facilities besides the regular Gynaecology OPD which is held everyday. 16. High. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone 2008. Birth injuries. Prolapse of uterus and vaginal. General OPD 2.650 2.535 Old: Old: Old: Old: Old: Old: Old: 53.460 1. Tuberculosis and obstetrics and gynaecological practice. 2008:271–6. Karmarkar D. Sexually transmitted diseases in pregnancy – saving the foetus. 2009:168– 82. Family Welfare clinic Operations Performed Gynaecological Major: Surgery for benign diseases Oncology surgery Infertility 1.518 503 677 413 385 3. Postoperative hemorrhage. Sharma JB.432 243 765 6/ week 3/week 3/week 2/week 3/week 6/week 6/week Number of patients attended New: New: New: New: New: New: New: 30. Delhi: Parper Publishers and Distributors. Sharma JB. Sharma JB. Congenital Intrauterine Infections. In: Deka D (ed).217 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 379 . Sharma JB. 1st ed. Sharma JB. 19. London: A-Z Hodder Arnold. London: A-Z Hodder Arnold. In: Mittal C.14. Medical termination of pregnancy clinic 7. 18. The following special clinics are held. Tiredness in pregnancy.651 217 311 --785 6. In: Hollingworth T (eds). New Delhi: Jaypee Brotehrs. Differential diagnosis in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. In: Hollingworth T (eds). Maternal. London: A-Z Hodder Arnold. Sharma JB.18:295– 427. Differential diagnosis in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. In: Studd J. Tan SL. 17. 2008:27–32 15. Differential diagnosis in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2008:232–43. Mittal PS (eds). Postnatal clinic 6. Progress in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.26. Gynaecological endocrine clinic 4. Chervenak FA (eds). 2008:307–12.

Endoscopic surgeries: Laparoscopy Hysteroscopy Plastic surgery Minor: D&C/EA Colposcopy/cryo/LEEP Diagnostic hysteroscopy MTP Pap smear Cervical biopsies Obstetrics Major: LSCS Em.337 153 62 - 2338 297 785 785 3409 211 - 785 52 - 151 1141 - 98 187 163 101 3800 4228 3085 2935 235 - 2925 3849 3207 48. laparotomies Minor: Operataive vaginal deliveries: Forceps Vaginal deliveries: Normal Foetal Medicine Cordocentesis Chorionic villus sampling Amniocentesis In-vitro utro infusion High-risk obstetrics —Obstetric ultrasound —NST —BPP Gynaecological ultrasound Ovarian cyst aspirations Laboratory Investigations Urine pregnancy Haemoglobin Blood groups Urine Albumin/sugar AIIMS 2008-2009 / 380 - 2.823 .

8. 6. 201 75 109 7. 4. IVF ICSI Antagonist Agonist IUI Cycles cancelled Reasons for cancellation Failure to respond Fertilization failure Severe OHSS Converted to IUI EHS 3. Frozen Embryo cycles PESA Total number of Pregnancies Ongoing Delivered Abortions Ectopic Andrology Semen Analysis Semen wash for IUI Semen preparation for IVF Ultrasounds IVF cycles Follicle monitoring Day 2 AFC and Day 21 ET Total OPD registrations (Old and New) AIIMS 2008-2009 / 381 71 29 68 41 75 15 5 6 2 2 29 18 6 17 7 5 4 1 2.IVF Facility 1. 550 150 1100 1800 2400 . 5.

Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Performances (2008-2009). Surgery and Anaesthesiolotgy.000 pieces 2520 patients Sterilisation (a) Tubectomy (b) Vasectomy Note: Family planning methods are free of target. It is run as an integrated multidisciplinary exercise where the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology coordinates with Departments of Paediatrics. Postpartum Programme (2008-2009) Method Copper T Oral pills (13 cycles=1 user) Conventional contraceptives (72 pieces=1 user) Achievement 541 169/patient + 480 pkts 73. Achievement of different family planning methods.POSTPARTUM PROGRAMME The Postpartum Programme (PPP) is a maternity-centred hospital-based approach to family welfare programme by providing a package of RCH and family welfare services in the vicinity of the hospital as well as in the field practice areas. Community Medicine. Postpartum Programme Service target Pregnant women TT (Mothers) (2nd or booster) Children (0-1) year DPT (3rd dose) Polio (3rd dose) BCG Measles Children under five years DT 369 + 316 M + F = 648/508 M + F = 1078/879 1137 + 1245 745 + 556 Performance 1090 59 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 382 .

phone-in programmes and panel discussions on AIR and allied TV channels. London. North Zone. 26 March 2009. Reproductive Health Library.COMMUNITY SERVICES/CAMPS The faculty participated in community awareness programmes through public education talks on radio. Indian Journal of Medical Research. Member. JSS University. Core Assessment committee. Delhi Branch (2006–2008). AWARDS. ICMR. Reviewer (National Journals). Editorial Board. Reproductive Health Matters. Member. Asian Journal Obstetrics and Gynaecological Practice. ICMR. Indian Journal of Community Medicine. Governing Council. Member. Managing Committee. Member. Vice-President. Obstetrics and Gynaecology today. International Consortium for Medical Abortion (ICMA). National Medical Journal of India. NARCHI. Member. Memebr. 1999 onwards. Global Network for Perinatal and Reproductive Health (GNPRH). Mmeber. MOHFW. WHO Task Force on Post-Ovulatory Methods of Contraception. Short-term consultant for technical assistance to WHO on Safe abortion in DPRK. North Zone. Member. WHO Fertility Regulation Group. Janakpuri in collaboration with Rotary Club. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr Suneeta Mittal is the Editor. continuing as Vice-President. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India. International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India. Member. ISOPARB. Editorial board member of 4 journals. 2005 onwards. December 2008. Indian Society for Study of Reproduction and Fertility. Government of India. Vice-President. Dr Sunesh Kumar is the Member of the Project Advisory Committee on Screening for common cancers being conducted by ICMR in three districts of Himachal Pradesh. since 2005. Federation of Obstetricians and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI) 2009. Scientific Communications in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Indian Association of Gynaecological Endocopists (2007–2009). 1997-onwards. Member. Delhi. since 2001. WHO. 2007 onwards. Asian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Indian Clinical Epidemiology Network (IndiaCLEN). 2000 onwards. Archives in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. • • • Camp at BICODEP. Regional Technical Advisory Group (RTAG) on Adolescent Health Development (AHD) of the WHO. Indian Society of Minimal Access and Gynaecological Endoscopic Surgery (IMAGES) 2003. 1998 onwards. Appointed as a Consultant in the panel of consultants/experts to extend medical advice to the Vice President of India. since 2006. Member. Dr Alka Kriplani is the Vice-President. Reproductive child health camps organized by the Directorate of Family Welfare at different hospitals of Delhi Government. Member. ICOG (2009–2011). Samachar. Member. Annals of National Academy of Medical Sciences. Fellow of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology. Reviewer (International Journals). British Biomedical Central Journal of Pregnancy and Childbirth. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 383 . Cancer prevention camp for EHS beneficiaries at AIIMS. Member. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. Executive Committee. Reproductive Health. International Clinical Epidemiology Network (INCLEN). Editor. Asia Pacific Network for Promotion of Emergency contraception (APNEC). Karnataka (2008–2009). Mysore. PG Board of Studies in Surgery and Allied subjects.

A new paradigm in cervical cancer screening’. Foetal Medicine OT. 40th Dr Subodh Mitra Memorial Oration on ‘The HPV DNA test . 2008 organized by the Bengal Obstetric and Gynaecological Society. Imaging Sciences Committee. Department of Obstretrics and Gynaecology. April 12. In-charge of postpartum programme of AIIMS for last 4 years actively participating in Family Welfare Programmes of Government of India. Sharma is the UG and PG Examiner.Deepika Deka is the Chairman. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Today. Dr J. Association Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Delhi (AOGD). India Today. Dawn prize for the best paper on ‘Modern Technology in Women Health’ 52nd All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. construction of ART Centre at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology VISITING SCIENTISTS 1.DPR Korea AIIMS 2008-2009 / 384 . Established Endoscopy Centre for Training Course on Minimally Invasive Gynaecology under Women’s Health Initiative 2. Consultant in-charge. Consultant in charge. Gau. Ghai Bhandari award for the best conference presentation on ‘Preventive care in Obstetrics and Gynaecology’ at the 24th AICC RCOG Conference at New Delhi. Kolkata. Utkal University. MAHE. Dr Pak Sun Hu . Internatinal Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS 1. AIIMS. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Today. Delhi University and Dehradun. UNFPA. Srinivas. Department of Obstretrics and Gynaecology. Dr Neerja Bhatla was awarded Dr S. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics India. Indian Journal of Medical Research. Executive Member. Pune. Cdr S. Faridkot. Calcutta University. FOGSI. Surg. Editorial Board. MRCOG Examination Coordinator for Delhi for last 6 years. Chairman. PhD. Genetics and Foetal Medicine Committee (FOGSI) (2007– 2010).Pune 3. AMU.S. International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics India. Staff Council. AIIMS (2006–2007). Editor. Asian Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. etc. Davendra Arora. Archives in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.B. Developed Sharma’s Modified Leopold maneuvers and Sharma’s Right and Left Laternal Maneuvers for abdominal for abdominal palpation durig late pregnancy. Dr Vatsla Dadhwal received the Fellowship of Indian College of Obstetricains and Gynaecologists.Dr. Technical Advisory Committee. Associate Editor. University. Executive Member. FOGSI. National Board of Examinations. Journal of Obstet Gynecol Research. 28 February–2 March 2009. Awarded Ranjana Sharma’s best Urogynaecology Award for best video presentation on urogynaecology at 24th AICC-RCOG Conference. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of India. AIIMS. 28 February–2 March 2009. Perinatal Medicine Committee. Dr Neena Malhotra was awarded Dr C. International Exchange Committee. New Delhi. Peer Reviewer.K. BMC. Kochi 2. January 2009. UG and PG Examiner for Delhi University. Lt. Member for Maternal Morbidity. Member. Member. Reviewer. Col. Bharti Vidhyapeeth. Jaipur.

Dr Baskar Pandey. New Delhi 8. Rajasthan 10. Dr Joharna Houres . USA 7. New Delhi 6. Dr Barbara Farrell . Dr Sangeeta Devi Prasad. Dr Anjali Dabral. Bangkok 13. Ho.C. Dr Ashok Agarwal. New Delhi 2. Dr Pranab Sinha AIIMS 2008-2009 / 385 . Dr Jon Kwang Chol . Dr Helena von Hertzen. USA 6. Dr Allan Templeton.Germany 11. USA 8. UK 10. WHO. Dr Dolly Chawla. Uttrakhan 3. New Delhi 5. Washington DC. New Delhi 9.4. UK 15. Dr Nisha Lal . Bihar Short-term training 1. Dr Alka Goel. Dr P. Dr Poonam Agarwal. Dr Bajrang Lal Soni. Sweden TRAINEES & FELLOWS Long-term fellowship WHO Fellows 1. Swtizerland 14. Dr Sangita Nangia. DPR Korea 5. Germany 12. New Delhi 4. Shan Rich. UK 9. Dr Hemali Heidi Sinha. Dr Kristina Emzell-Daniesson. Dr Rita Dhawan. Dr Manikya Mala Yedla. New Delhi 7. Dr Nicholas Holford 2. Dr Bradford Lucas. Washington DC.

Davendra Arora 7. Udayar Pandian. Ms Catherine Liu. Dr Mansor Bin Md Noor. Malaysia 16. Ms Zhongbo Chen. Malaysia 14. UK 19. Ms Helen Jenks. US 18. UK 5. Dr Rishabh Singh. Malaysia 15. Mr Julian Allfrey. UK 10. Mr Gorav Wali. USA AIIMS 2008-2009 / 386 . UK 4. Mr Dhrushil Patel. Dr Alexa Matuschek. UK 20. Ms Johanna Hauer. UK 9. Mr Andrew Rogers. UK 12. Dr Rajesh Mahendra. Lt Col.3. UK 6. Dr Tania Basu. Germany 8. Srinagar 13. UK 11.M. Dr R. Dr Sameena Gul. Dr Deepali Sinhal (Verma) 17. Ms Leena Herzer.

clinicopathology seminars was imparted. Kerala Orthopaedic Association. workshop on Distal Radial Fractures. workshop on Distal Radial Fractures. Kotwal 1. Patna. Patna Medical College. 2. 6. 3. 7. ‘Non-union fracture of the scaphoid’. ‘Wrist Drop’.23 Orthopaedics Professor & Head Prakash P. Patna. Kochi.P. Patna Medical College. 4. April 2008. Kochi. ‘RSD: Presentation and Management’. June 2008. Hand CME. July 2008. Hand CME. June 2008. Vijay Kumar Chandrashekhar Yadav Rajesh Malhotra AIIMS 2008-2009 / 387 . Patna.9. Patna. Kotwal Shishir Rastogi Professors Arvind Jayaswal Additional Professor Hira Lal Nag Associate Professors Ravi Mittal Assistant Professors Shah Alam Khan EDUCATION Undergraduate and Postgraduate The department had several doctors from various parts of the country and Afro-Asian region for short-term training in various aspects of Orthopaedics. Patna Medical College. ‘Column fixation vs traditional T-plate fixation in fractures of the distal radius’. Continuing Medical Education Lectures Delivered Dr P. Patna Medical College. ‘Indications and contra-indications of volar/dorsal and combination in fractures of the distal radius’. ‘Carpal Tunnel Syndrome’. Hand CME. June 2008. bedside teaching. 5. assessment. Kerala Orthopaedic Association. Teaching to undergraduate and postgraduate in the form of lectures. New Delhi. Annual Meeting of the North Zone Chapter of Indian Orthopaedic Association. Hand CME. June 2008. ‘Surgical Anatomy of the Hand’. July 2008.

New Delhi. August 2008. January 2009. June 2008. Delivered the ‘Dr OP Sharma Oration’ at the Annual Conference of the MP Chapter of Indian Orthopaedic Association. Banur. Kerala Orthopaedic Association. ‘Role of LCP in fractures of the distal radius’. ‘Fractures of the distal radius: Manage properly’. Annual Conference of the Delhi Orthopaedic Association. 21. October 2008. ‘MCP Joint Arthroplasty: Current Status’. Indore. PG Instructional Course at Manipal University. ‘Management of Flexor Tendon Injuries’. 23. Bhopal. Kochi. 20. Manipal. ‘Examination of the Wrist in relation to Carpal instabilities’. Phonein programme. 13. ‘Management of Paralytic Hand’. Meerut. 14. October 2008. August 2008. DOAMIDCON 2008. 24. from time to time on All India Radio 2008. First Annual Conference of the Trauma Association of India. 9. ‘Flexor Tendon Injuries’. ‘Dorsal carpal instabilities’. December 2008. Patna Medical Hospital. 18. July 2008. workshop on Distal Radial Fractures. ‘Role of LCP in fractures of the proximal humerus’. New Delhi. Annual Conference of Indian Arthroscopy Association. New Delhi. UP Indian Orthopaedic Association PG Instructional Course. ‘Intra-articular fractures of the Hand’. ‘Tuberculosis: An Enigma’. 12. November 2008. Workshop on Locking Compression Plate. Annual Conference of Punjab Orthopaedic Association. July 2008. PG Instructional Course. August 2008. 15. Workshop on Locking Compression Plate. PG Instructional Course. October 2008. 22. Manipal. Annual Conference of the MP Chapter of Indian Orthopaedic Association. answering to questions related to Orthopaedic problems.8. ‘Management of Flexor Tendon Injuries’. Hand Surgery Workshop. 25. Kochi. ‘Non–union fracture Scaphoid’. October 2008. October 2008. Live Surgery Demonstration on ‘Tendon Transfers in Wrist drop’. 16. Annual Conference Delhi Orthopaedic Association. PG Instructional Course at Maulana Azad Medical College. ‘Recent Advances in the treatment of fractures of distal radius’. PG Instructional Course at Manipal University. 11. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 388 . 10. Kerala Orthopaedic Association. January 2009. Patna. Bhopal. Indore. 19. 17. TRAUMACON 2008. Conducted a workshop on Plate fixation of the distal radius. Mumbai. November 2008. September 2008.

Jayaswal A. 29. Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand. 31. Shamshery P. Kandwal P. Conference on high grade spondylolisthesis outcome study of instrumented reduction with global fusion. Plastercon 2008 conference. ‘Management of Severe Rigid Scoliosis – A case for Anterior and Posterior in Correction and Fixation’. Poster presentation. Basic Hand Course. Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopaedic Association. 30. February 2009. Basic Hand Course. Chowdhury B. Basic Hand Course. March 2009. Basic Hand Course. POPCON 2008. 2–4 October 2008. Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand. Ludhiana. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 389 . 2. March 2009. March 2009. AIIMS Rheumatology Update. Central Institute of Orthopaedics. ‘Partial Thickness Skin Grafting’. 34.26. Meerut. Ludhiana. 3. Rastogi 1. New Delhi. Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand. 28. Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand. Outcome based classification for assessment of pedicular screw placement in scoliosis. March 2009. Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand. ‘Role of surgery in Rheumatoid Hand’. Scoliosis Research Society Worldwide Programme on ‘Spinal deformity: Current concepts 2008’. Safdarjang Hospital. Upendra B. ‘Evaluation of Hand’. 4. Ahmed A. Ludhiana. March 2009. ‘Intra-articular fractures of the Hand’. 22 February 2008. Dr S. Upendra B. 2–4 October 2008. Hotel Intercontinental The Grand. 27. Scoliosis Research Society Worldwide Programme on ‘Spinal deformity: Current concepts 2008’. SRS World Wide Programme on ‘Spine Deformities – Current Concept’. Ludhiana. 2–4 October 2008. March 2009. Basic Hand Course. Meena D. PGIMR. Chandigarh. ‘Management of Nerve Injuries’. ‘Management of extra-spinal metastasis’. ‘Instruments in Hand Surgery’. ‘Fractures of the Scaphoid’. March 2009. 32. Basic Hand Course. IOAICL 2008. 2. SRS Delhi. 5 October 2008. Lady Hardinge Medical College. 3. ‘Practical approach to management of Bone tumours’. Jayaswal 1. ‘Acute Flexor Tendon Injuries’. Basic Hand Course. Chowdhury B. 7–9 November 2008. PG course of UP Orthopaedic Association. Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand. Jayaswal A. DNB-CME teaching programme in Orthopaedics. ‘Fractures of the middle and proximal phalanx’. Ludhiana. ‘Hanging cast’. ‘Examination of Hip Joint’. January 2009. Ahmed A. Ludhiana. Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand. 33. Ludhiana. Dr A.

Dr H. AIIMS. CME for surgeons. Paper presentation. IMAST – 15th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques. 7–8 February 2009. ‘Mosaicplasty – when and how?’.L. 4–6 April 2008 2. Bangkok.4. CME for surgeons. Primus. ‘The clinical examination of the knee – a dying art?’. ‘Clinical examination of shoulder – catch the winner’. Instability after THR – NZIOACON. 23 January 2009. Poster presentation. Outcome based classification for assessment of pedicular screw placement in scoliosis. PG Lecture of DOA. Ahmed A. Thailand. 3. Hong Kong. Malhotra 1. Instability after. New Delhi. Hotel Shangrila.S. Surface arthroplasty or Headless chicken. New Delhi. ‘Bearing Option Selection: A surgeon’s perspective’. 2 March 2008. 4. Indian Orthopaedic Association Conference (IOACON) 2008. Bangkok. Symposium on Osteoporosis. 4–6 April 2008 3. CME for surgeons. IMAST – 15th International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques. New Delhi. Upendra B. Nag 1. XXII Annual Conference of Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSICON 2009). quarterly meeting. 8–11 July 2008. New Delhi. 4–6 April 2008 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 390 . Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. 5th Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Workshop. 2. Meena D. Dr. TKR – NZIOACON. ‘Microfracture – when and how?’. 11 October 2008. THA Instructional Course Chula Lab. R. Hong Kong. Rigid Neglected Scoliosis? Management strategies. ‘Osteoporotic vertebral fractures–role of kyphoplasty’. 3–5 December 2008. 8–11 July 2008. NZIOACON. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. ‘Fractures in Women’. Yadav 1. PG Course. 5. 6. 29 March 2009. 4th Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Workshop. 5. ‘Dislocation and Leg Length Discrepancy: Pre-op and Intra-op management’. 5. THA Instructional Course Chula Lab. Jayaswal A. AIIMS. 2. 29 March 2009. 1 March 2009. Ranbaxy Foundation Symposium. Thailand. 19 March 2009. Chennai. Primus. 7–8 February 2009. ‘ACL fixation options on tibia’. ‘Communication skill training in Orthopaedics’. New Delhi. Primus. New Delhi. Chowdhury B. Jayaswal A. 1 March 2009. New Delhi. New Delhi. 3. 29 March 2009. ‘Double bundle ACL reconstruction – an overview’. Jawahar Lal Nehru Auditorium. Bangalore. 4. Dr C. Delivered the Presidential address. 6.

6 December 2008 11. 6–8 February 2009 12. 2008. our experience and Indian scenario. Trienwial World Congress of SICOT Hongkong 24-28 August. 2008 9. Hong Kong. Cross Fire. 1–2 November 2008. LDH – THR. 2008 6. Trienwial World Congress of SICOT Hongkong 24-28 August. Millennium arthroplasty conference. Paper presentation on ‘Tuberculosis of sternum – what we know and what we don’t?’. XVII HIMORTHOCON 2008. Rastogi 1. Post-op management and rehabilitation after THR – NZIOACON. Fortis Hospital. 5. Poster presentation on ‘Evaluation of endoprosthetic replacement in giant cell tumors on bone’. New Delhi. HP. Mumbai. Mandi. Millennium arthroplasty conference. 25 May 2008. Banglore.4. Knee design consideration and difference between PS vs CR designs. NZIOACON. 2008 7. Delivered lecture on ‘Lumbar Disc Derangement’. 8. 8. Lucknow. Meerut Orthopaedic Club. IOACON 2008. ‘Bone Tumours – what to do and what not to do?’. Surface arthroplasty or headless chicken. 4 May 2008 7. JLN Auditorium. Mumbai. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 391 . 24–28 August 2008. XXIV Triennial World Congress of SICOT. East Delhi Orthopaedics club. National and International Conferences Dr S. 2. Mohali. 9. Patient and implant selection in TKR. Primary THR for complexed proximal femoral fractures. New Delhi 2008. Paper presentation on ‘immunomodulation in osteoarticular tuberculosis’. 4. AO workshop. Scientific Programme. Conventional stem is better than short stem. Delivered lecture on Cemented vs uncemented total hip replacement in 210A CON. NZIOACON 2009. 13–15 February 2009. 3. 7 September 2008. India Habitat Centre. AIIMS. Punjab. New Delhi. Knee symposium. Soft tissue balancing in TKR. 3 December 2008 10. ‘Primary and subsequent intervention in Giant cell tumors of bone’. IOACON 2008. Extrameduallary fixation (external fixation and bridge plate). ‘Medical Scenario in India – Goal upgradation of Health Education in India’. 31 May 2008. Banglore. UPCON 2009. 4–6 April 2008 5. Delivered lecture on ‘Cemented vs cementless total hip’. 17 May 2008. Medicon 2008 conference. 4–6 April 2008 6.

13. Annual Conference of Orthopaedics Association of South Indian Society. Korea. New Delhi. India Habitat Centre.10. Jayaswal 1. April 2008. Sequale and Management Strategies’. 2. ‘Locking plates in the management of bone tumors’. Symposium of the Global Outreach Programme. Meeting of the Spine and Paediatric Orthopaedics Section of Asia Pacific Orthopaedics (APOA–SP 2008). 9. 11. 11. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 392 . ‘Indian and imported implants in spine surgery – our experience’. Faculty lecture on ‘Orthopaedics implants testing and biomechanics’. 43rd Annual Meeting of Scoliosis Research Society (SRS 2008). PGIMS. Pune. 8. Annual Conference of North Zone Orthopaedics Association (NZOA 2008). USA. ‘Kyphosis correction’. 2–7 December 2008. Jeju. 5. 53rd Annual Conference of IOACON. 30–31 August 2008. ‘Spinal Pseudarthrosis in Rounded Kyphosis’. 28–29 November 2008. UPORTHOCON 2009. New Delhi. Combined instructional course of European Spine society and Associate of Spine Surgeons of India. 6. 4. Gian Sagar Medical college and hospital. ‘Emerging techniques in spine surgery – Minimally invasive surgery’. ‘Minimally invasive spine surgery – Emerging trends’. 5–7 June 2008. ‘Why fix the Spine?’. Shimla (HP). 28th Annual Conference of North Zone Indian Orthopaedics Association. 6–8 January 2009. Srivastava Oration. Dr A. Jeju. 24 August 2008. 12. 28 December 2008. 5–7 June 2008. 24–26 October 2008. 10–13 September 2008. ‘Tuberculosis spondylitis – Presentation. APOA–SP 2008. Mid-term Symposium of UP Chapter of Indian Orthopaedics Association. Mid-term Symposium of UP Chapter of Indian Orthopaedics Association. Banur. 3. Lucknow. Kyphoplasty Course. 30–31 August 2008. 10. 12. ‘Current trends in management of giant cell tumors of bone’. Bareilly. Pondicherry. Instruction course in spine surgery (ICS 2008). ‘Minimally invasive vs open surgery for low grade spondylitis’. Rohtak. ‘Giant cell tumors of bone intralesional curettage or Enbloc excision’. ‘Surgical Management of tuberculosis of spine’. Ranchi. Workshop on Spinal Fixation. ‘Minimally invasive spine surgery’. PUNCON 2008. 22–24 August 2008. ‘Minimally invasive disc surgery’. Annual Conference of Central Zone Orthopaedics Association. Salt Lake City. CEZCON 2008.P. Ramnagar. ‘Giant cell tumors of bone’. Bareilly. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC). ‘Vertebloplasty vs kyphoplasty’. Korea. 17 November 2008. Professor T. OASISCON 2008. 7–10 August 2008. Indian Spinal Injury Centre. Chennai. 13–15 February 2009. 7.

Annual Conference Indian Orthopaedics Association (IOACON 2008). Dr R. SICOT 2008. 24–28 August 2008. 3. CME at Annual Conference Indian Orthopaedics Association (IOACON 2008). 14. ‘Minimally invasive surgery–Indian experience’. 23–25 Jan 2009. Chennai. Sharma L. 22. 18. 23. SICOT 2008. ‘Hooks in spine surgery – when why and how’. ‘Technique of post-instrumentation’. Mid-term Symposium of the Central Zone of Indian Orthopaedics Association on ‘Spinal disorders–evaluation and decision making’.13. Jayaswal A. International Orthopaedics Forum. 24–28 August 2008. Chennai. 2–7 December 2008. 17. ‘Femoral periprosthetic stress-shielding following cementless total hip replacement’. ‘AIS – Instrumentation an overview’. ‘Correction of post-traumatic cubitus varus by dome osteotomy: A clinical outcome study’. Bangalore. Bangalore. ‘Preliminary outcome of instrumented non-fusion surgery in treatment of progressive early-onset scoliosis’. Advance Spine Workshop. 9–11 January 2009. Annual Conference Indian Orthopaedics Association (IOACON 2008). ‘Minimally invasive surgery in the treatment of tuberculosis of the spine’. 2–7 December 2008. 4. SICOT 2008. Annual Conference of Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSICON 2009). ‘Lumbar disc herniations’. ‘Conversion of failed hemiarthroplasty to total hip replacement: A short to mid-term follow-up study’. Ranchi. China. Ranchi. CINCON 2009. Upendra BN. 2. 2–7 December 2008. ‘My worst orthopaedics fractions’. 21. Annual Conference Indian Orthopaedics Association (IOACON 2008). 23–25 January 2009. 31 May 2008. 22 March 2009. Raipur (MP). Bangalore. Chennai. 24. ‘Spinal deformities – Catch them young’. Annual Conference Indian Orthopaedics Association (IOACON 2008). 19. Kumar V. 27–29 March 2009. 2–7 December 2008. Nice. 9–11 January 2009. ‘Surgical management of intercondylar fractures of the humerus using triceps reflecting anconeus pedicle (Trap) approach’. Chongqing. France. Advance Spine Workshop. 24–28 August 2008. 23–25 January 2009. The European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT) Congress. Annual Conference of Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSICON 2009). Kandwal P. 20. Annual Conference of Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSICON 2009). Malhotra R. 15. ‘Osteoporotic vertebral fractures’. 16. Bangalore. ‘High grade spondylolisthesis – Reduce and fix’. CINCON 2009. ‘Failed back surgery’. Bangalore. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 393 . 2–7 December 2008. Basic Spine Workshop. Malhotra 1.

‘Pre-op planning’. ‘THR after acetabular fracture’. 26– 27 April 2008. 7 September 2008. ‘PFC – RP design rational and clinical results’. 14. Gujarat. XXVII Annual NZIOACON 2008. International Symposium on ‘Hip and knee arthroplasty’. ‘Osteoporosis and hip fractures: Modern perspectives’. India Habitat Centre. 9. Jamnagar. Kirkee. Paper presentation. ‘Chair of Session IV: New concepts’. Knee Arthroplasty Workshop. ‘Evidence based medicine: Current status of minimally invasive knee replacement’. 4 April 2008. ‘Intramedullary versus extramedullary fixation of intertrochanteric fractures–What do the outcome studies say? – Controversies in Orthopaedic Trauma’. ‘A typical presentations of foot and ankle tuberculosis – time to wake-up’. ‘Prospective randomized controlled trial of one stage vs two stage THA in an Asian Population’. Jamnagar. SICOT 2008. ‘Challenges in treatment of musculoskeletal pain’. India Habitat Centre. 15. 18–19 October 2008. ‘The role of coating of implants evidence based medicine in the osteointegration of the implants’. 4 April 2008. XXVII Annual NZIOACON 2008. Pain Symposium in the XIX Annual CME. Gujarat. India Habitat Centre. 6. New Delhi. 26–28 September 2008. 24–28 August 2008. 16. Academia Orthopaedics 2008. Gujarat. 17 October 2008. ‘Earlier realization of the event can reduce the morbidity and the time in failed fracture healing’. 8. Hotel Taj Koromandal. Academia Orthopaedics 2008. Chennai. 7. Lodhi Road. Hip Arthroplasty Workshop. XXVII Annual NZIOACON 2008. New Delhi. 12. 11. XXVII Annual NZIOACON 2008. 4 April 2008. Association of Physician of India. 17 October 2008. New Delhi. Gujarat. PGIMER. Annual Meeting of AAOS 2009. Las Vegas. 19. 4 April 2008. 10. Pune. Academia Orthopaedics 2008. New Delhi. 26–28 September 2008. 26–28 September 2008. India Habitat Centre. 13. Chandigarh. Military Hospital. 2nd Annual Conference of Indian Society of Hip and Knee Surgeons. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 394 . Chandigarh. National Orthopaedics Update. International Symposium on ‘Hip and knee arthroplasty’. Jamnagar. ‘Management of bone deficiency in total knee arthroplasty’. New Delhi.5. 26–28 September 2008. 18. ‘The valgus knee’. 17. ‘The pinacle acetabular cup – keep them moving’. ‘Hip revision surgery: Principles and technique’. New Delhi. Academia Orthopaedics 2008. Jamnagar. 2009. PGIMER. India Habitat Centre. India Habitat Centre. MIDCON 2008. 20. Delhi State Chapter (API-DSC). 4 May 2008. Knee Arthroplasty Workshop.

27. Delhi Orthopaedic Association Conference (DOACON). 32. ‘Total acetabular allograft’. France. 8 November 2008. Indian Arthroplasty Association Conference (IAACON). PGIMS. Dua A. 13–15 February 2009. ‘Management of bone defect in TKR’. Bangkok. Rohtak. New Delhi. 25. 28. 10 January 2009. ‘Biomechanics of the hip: Joint restoration’. 29 May–1 June 2008. 22. California. UPIOA. ‘Management of compound fractures’. New Delhi. 23. Rohtak. ‘Why I choose a fully HA coated cementless stem?’. ‘P266 – Femoral revision using long hydroxyapatite –coated interlocking stem’. 5–9 March 2009. Nice. Essex Farms. CME cum Live Workshop and Inaugural Conference of the Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care (ISTAC). Hip Workshop. Indian Arthroplasty Association Conference (IAACON). Essex Farms. ‘Pre-operative planning’. ‘MIS hip and knee’. Bhan S. 33. Indian Orthopaedic Association Conference (IOACON) 2008. 29 May–1 June 2008. ‘Revision TKR: When to select wedges. Adjudged as one of the Best Posters in the Hip Arthroplasty Category. THA Instructional Course Chula Lab. Dua A. UPIOA. 26. Malhotra R. Malhotra R. Kanpur. 7–8 February 2009. Rijal. ‘Primary cementless total hip arthroplasty for bony ankylosis in patients with ankylosing spondylitis’. ‘Management of infected THR’. 8–9 November 2008. 3–5 December 2008. The European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT) Congress. Nice. ‘P248 – Total hip replacement following acetabular fractures’. 22 March 2009. stems and sleeves?’. France. New Delhi. New Delhi. The European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT) Congress. ‘Management of osteoporosis: A joint replacement surgeon’s perspective’. TRAUMA 2008. Bhan S. 75th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons in San Francisco. Kanpur. 8–9 November 2008. Moscone Convention Centre. Poster presented. Kumar V. 13–15 February 2009. Malhotra R. Basic Arthroplasty Course. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 395 . Thailand. Bangalore. Annual IAACON 2008. 29. 31. Kiran EK. Basic Arthroplasty Course. Lady Hardinge Medical College. 29 November 2008. 24. Malhotra R. New Delhi. ‘Management of bone defects in TKA’. Essex Farms. Kumar V. Annual Conference of NZIOACON 2009. 22 March 2009.21. International Conference. PGIMS. 30. 34. Kumar V. Siri Fort Auditorium Complex. Indian Arthroplasty Association Conference (IAACON). Annual Conference of NZIOACON 2009. Laxman.

4th International Symposium on new horizons in arthroscopic surgery. New Delhi. Dr H. ‘Double bundle tibial inlay method of PCL reconstruction’. 7. ‘Arthroscopic management of OA knee’. 3rd International Symposium on new horizons in Arthroscopy Surgery. 21 March 2008. Manchester. 3rd International Symposium on new horizons in Arthroscopic Surgery. ‘Meniscal repair’. PBDSPGIMER. New Delhi. Primus. 24 March 2008. 2. NZIOACON 2009. New Delhi. New Delhi. 1 March 2009. ‘Indications and surgical techniques of ankle arthroscopy’. ‘Indications and surgical techniques in ankle arthroscopy’. ‘Nonunion of shaft of femur’. 7 March 2009. ‘Basic knee arthroscopy. 2. Indian Arthroscopy Society (IAS) Cadaver Course. 18 May 2008. 29 March 2008. New Delhi.35. 53rd Indian Orthopaedics Association (IOA) Conference. 6. 6. ‘Clinical examination of knee’. 4– 6 April 2008. 16 November 2008. UCMS. Malhotra R. Recent trends in sports health – a National Symposium. New Delhi. ‘Shoulder instability’. 5. ‘Intelligent interpretation of MRI of knee – Controversies and pitfalls’. 6 February 2009. 15 February 2009. Jamia Millia University. 4th International Symposium on new horizons in arthroscopic surgery. NZIOACON 2009. New Delhi. ‘OT set up and instrumentation for knee arthroscopy’. New Delhi. Indian Arthroscopy Society (IAS) Cadaver Course. Bangalore. hamstring harvesting and arthroscopic menisectomy’. UK. Primus. New Delhi. 1 March 2009. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.L. Lucknow. 7. 5th Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Workshop. New Delhi. New Delhi. Indian Spinal Injuries Centre. 29 March 2008. Delhi Knee Course. 4. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 396 . 3 December 2008. Rohtak. ‘Shoulder instability’. 4. 5. ‘Knee injuries in sports and its managements’. Advance knee arthroscopy pre-conference workshop. 5th Sports Medicine and Arthroscopy Workshop. Annual Joint Meeting with Arthroplasty Care Practitioners Association and British Hip Society (BHS). 8. ‘Arthroscopic management of arthritic knee’. Dr Ravi Mittal 1. Spinal Injury Centre. 3. 21 March 2008. ‘The principles and practice of orthopaedic research’. Nag 1. Kumar V. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. Spinal Injury Centre. 3. ‘Short metaphyseal cementless stem in young patient’. 12–13 March 2009. 14–15 March 2009. UPORTHOCON.

Funds: Rs 23. 8–9 November 2008. 2. and (ii) Development of stereo-cameras for operative / anatomic video-sequences. 29 May– 1 June 2008. ‘Short metaphyseal cementless stem in young patients’. Rajesh Malhotra. Vijay Kumar. Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2006–2009). Indian Arthroplasty Association Conference (IAACON 2008). 3. S. 12–13 March 2009. Funds: Rs 30. ‘Two stage revision THR for infected hips using an antibiotic impregnated cement spacer’. Indian Arthroplasty Association Conference (IAACON 2008). 8.33 Lakh. New Delhi. British Hip Society (BHS) Annual Meeting. Funded by ICMR for 4 years (2004–2008). ‘Total hip replacement after acetabular fracture’. A new hip hemiarthroplasty option based on femoral stem design suitable for the morphology of proximal femur of elderly Indian population. New Delhi. Some medico-technical. (i) Determining mechanical properties of ligaments. 29 May–1 June 2008. 7. Funded by CSIR for 4 years (2005–2009). 6. 5. Arvind Jayaswal. Anoop Chawla. New Delhi. ‘Treatment of a type 3b acetabular defect using total acetabular allograft’. 2. 12–13 March 2009. 4. Manchester. Dr Vijay Kumar 1. 4. Funded by Council for scientific and Industrial Research for 3 years (2007–2010). Nice. Nice. UK. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 397 . Delhi Orthopaedic Association Clinical Meet. France. 3. Mukherjee. Delhi Knee Course. Manchester.N. Outcome Study of Anterior and posterior instrumentation in Rigid Scoliosis. UK. ‘Total acetabular allograft’. ‘Controversies and pitfalls in knee MRI’. B. Nice. Rajesh Malhotra. British Hip Society (BHS) Annual Meeting. Role of free radical scavengers and the effect of antioxidants on their levels in patients with ankylosing spondylitis–to investigate the possible role of antioxidants as therapeutic agents in ankylosing spondylitis.8. 9th EFFORT Congress. Indian Spinal Injuries Centre. France. 8–9 November 2008. Upendra. ‘Femoral revision using Long hydroxyapatite coated interlocking stem’. ‘Prospective comparison of femoral periprosthetic stress-shielding in patients implanted with 4/ 5th and 1/3rd porous coated cementless femoral stems’. Arvind Jayaswal. 14–15 March 2009. Vijay Kumar. Taposh Kumar Das. 29 May–1 June 2008.33 Lakh. 9th EFFORT Congress. 9th EFFORT Congress. 11 October 2008. ‘Femoral periprosthetic stress shielding following cementless total hip replacement’. France. RESEARCH Funded Projects 1.

H. Funds: Rs 34. India for 3 years (2005–2008). A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 398 .50 Lakh.49 Lakh. Proteomics of human body fluids: Structural characterization of proteins and target identification for diagnosis and drug discovery. Funded by Eli-Lilly for one year (2008–2009). Funds: Rs 4. Funded by SIRO Clinpharm for one year (2008– 2009). Funded by ICMR for 3 years (2007–2010). active controlled study to investigate the efficacy and safety of oral 220 mg dabigatran etexilate (110 mg on the day of surgery followed by 220 mg once daily) compared to subcutaneous 40 mg enoxaparin once daily for 28–35 days in prevention of venous thromboembolism in patients following primary elective total hip arthroplasty (re-novate II). Funds: Rs 39. Vijay Kumar. double-blind. 7. Comparison of nitrogylcerin and diltiazem as adjuncts to lignocane in intravenous regional anaesthesia. India for 3 years (2006–2009).5. Srinivasan. posterior communication and garden’s alignment index on the management of intracapsular femoral neck fractures. Katti. Nag. 5. Vijay Kumar. H. Femoral head vascularity after surface arthroplasty of the Hip. parallel-group. Development of dual growth factor delivery systems for tissue engineering application. Short and midterm result following total knee arthroplasty with posterior stabilized mobile bearing prosthesis: A retrospective and prospective study. Arthroscopic assessment of the extent of bankart lesion in acute traumatic shoulder dislocation and radiological correlatation. 9. Nag. 4.20 Lakh. Rajesh Malhotra.5 Lakh. 6. 7. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. 8. 8. A phase III randomised. Dhirendra S.25 Lakh. 6. Funded by Department of Biotechnology. Departmental Projects Completed 1. Effects of intra-articular pressure. PET-SPECT evaluation of femoral head vascularity following Surface hip Replacement. Evaluation of efficacy of platelet concentrates in the treatment of non-union of fracture of long bones. An observational study to assess back pain in patients with severe osteoporosis treated with teriparatide versus antiresorptives. Funds: Rs 27. Comparative study between interlock nailing and MIPPO using locking compression plate in fracture shaft of tibia. Assessment of functional outcome after arthroscopically assisted mini open rotator cuff repair. 9. 2. Rajesh Malhotra. Vijay Kumar. Funds: Rs 25.L. 3. Rajesh Malhotra. Functional outcome after arthroscopic assisted mini open rotator cuff repair Arthroscopic and MRI correlation of meniscal lesions in ACL deficient knee MR evaluation of glenohumeral instability.L.

Intralesional autologous bone marrow stem cell injection in avascular necrosis of femoral head and evaluation of outcome using MRI. The J Hand Surg (Eur) 2008. radiological and functional outcome of management of congenital scoliosis 5. Kotwal PP. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 399 . A clinical study to determine the functional outcome of operatively treated cases of displaced tibial plateau fractures. Evaluation of the results of proximal humerus locking plate in fracture of the proximal humerus 10. Study of clinical. Functional outcome in patients with intra-articular fractures of calcaneus undergoing treatment with open reduction and internal fixation vs minimally invasive techinique – a randomised controlled trial 17. Assessment of profile of patients with osteoporotic vetebral compression fractures and comparision of outcomes following various treatment modalities 7. Comparison of post-op pain relief by combined local periarticular wound infiltration and postoperative single short intra-articular injection of bupi vaccine with continuous epidusal analgesia after total hip arthroplasty 12. Epidemiology of traumatic spine injuries and a randomized study to compare different surgical methods of treatment of thoracolumbar burst fractures 16. Kotwal 1. Assessment of profile of patients with osteoporotic vertebral compression fracture and comparison of conservative invasive and minimally surgery 2. PET Scan and bone scan 13. Nagraj C. Evaluation of arthroscopic bankart repair of recurrent traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation 15. Outcome of surgical correction in rigid scoliosis – a prospective and retrospective study 14.Ongoing 1. Vascularised joint transfer in the management of recurrent giant cell tumour of the second metacarpal. Prognostic factors in the management of osteosarcoma: A clinical study 8. Expression of Vegf and Matrix Metalloproteinase-T in Bone Sarcomas 9.P. Role of F18 fluoride PET-CT and F18 FDG PET-CT in painful hip prosthesis to rule out septic versus aseptic loosening 6. Arthroscopic elbow synovectomy in rheumatoid arthritis its effectivensss and MRI correlation 11.33E:3:314–6. Evaluation of arthroscopic bankart repair of recent traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation 3. Gupta V. PUBLICATIONS Dr P. Clinico-radiological evaluation of total knee arthroplasty: A short-term retrospective and prospective study 4.

Management of extensor mechanism deficit as a consequence of patellar tendon loss in total knee arthroplasty: A new surgical technique. Outcome based classification for assessment of thoracic pedicular screw placement. Dr A.2. Malhotra R.23:1146–51. Devdatta SN. Upendra B. Conversion of failed hemiarthroplasty to total hip arthroplasty: A short to mid-term follow-up study. Ahmed A. Published by Indian Society of Bone and Mineral Research 2008. Greece. Mukherjee S. Little leaguers’ elbow in an adolescent cricket player – case report. Int Orthop 2008. Malhotra 1. Jayaswal 1. 3. Femoral allograft in the management of osseous hydatidosis presenting as femoral shaft non-union. Dr H. Upendra B. Results of total knee replacements in stiff and ankylosed knees and comparison with knees with good preoperative range of motion. Chandran PSM. Journal of Arthroplasty 2008. Garg B. Arthroscopic and magnectic resonance imaging evaluation of meniscus lesions in chronic ACL deficient knee. 3. Nag HL. Shukla J. Bhan S. Accepted in J Knee Surg. 4. 2. Bhan S. Ravi M. Malhotra R. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 400 . Malhotra R. Journal of Arthroplasty 2008.25:131–6. Accepted in Indian J Orthopaedics. Primary cementless total hip arthroplasty for bony ankylosis in patients with ankylosing spondylitis.33:384–90.19:97. Spine 2008. Dr R. Europ J Ortop Trauma 2009. Pankaj A. Bhan S. Kukreja S.42:294–300. Mohan MR. Raju S. 5. Bandopadhyaya GP. Meena D. Chowdhury B. Sameer N. Malhotra R. Comment on the new classification of surgical treatment of spinal tuberculosis. Fix it before it Breaks – Exercise book for osteoporosis. Indian J Orthopaedics 2008. Arthroseopy 2009.23:859–66. Neogi DS. 2. 2. Khatri D. Proceedings of the 4th International meeting of the Heilenic Society of Nuclear Medicine. Molecular targeting of infective bacterial maltose binding protein for infection imaging using TC–99m hydroxyl propylcyclodextrin in patients with knee joint replacement and other prosthesis (abstract). Nag HL. Malhotra R. Tubercular infection after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Kumar R. Kotwal PP. Singh U. Yadav CS. Acetabular revision using total acetabular allograft. Malhotra R. Accepted in Traffic Inj Prev. Agarwal N. Soni A. 2008:69–70. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 2008. Kumar AV. Kiran EK. Effect of active muscle forces on knee injury risks for pedestrian standing posture at low speed impacts. Logani V. 7. Jayaswal A. Nag 1. 6.24:1045–51. 8. Kumar V. Chawla A. Nag HL. Malhotra R. Murugappan K. Nataraj AR. Bhan S. Kumar V. Malhotra R. Das RB.L. Jayaswal A. Khandwal P. Karthik SM. Arthroscopy 2008.

Karthik SM. Varshney MK. A rare actinomycosis of humerus: An unusual location and a diagnostic dilemma – a case report. Case Report: Bicondylar Hoffa Fracture – A rarely occurring commonly missed injury. et al. Correspondence. Yadav CS. Comment on Mohammed et al. Niyogi DS. Surgical site infection with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus after primary total hip replacement. Trikha V. Khan SA. Niyogi DS. Yadav CS. Yadav CS. 9. 8. Post-traumatic completely embedded ring.39:296–8. Tulkar S. Injury Extra 2008. Dr C. Eur J Orthop Traumatol. Ensuring appropriate timing of antimicrobial prophylaxis. Comment on the magnetic resonance appearance of the shoulder after subacromial steroid injection (letter to editor). CT guided radiofrequency ablation of osteoid osteomas – Indian Perspective. Jaiman A. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 2008. Kumar A. Kumar A. Kumar A. Khan SA. Yadav CS. Singh S.24:1435–6. 7. Tubercular infection following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Niyogi DS. Arthroscopy 2008. unusual 5. Acta Orthopaedica 2008. Dextrose prolotherapy in the management of recalcitrant coccygodynia. Varshney MK. Yadav CS. Correspondence. Kumar A.128:121–4. Comment on ‘Intramedullary tibial nailing in distal third tibial fractures: Distal locking screws and fracture non-union’. Khan SA.16:27–9. Accidentally falling of instruments during orthopedic surgery – Time to wake up. Rastogi S. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 401 . Niyogi DS. Niyogi DS. 12. Yadav CS. J Orthop Surg. Varshney MK. Yadav CS.90:1785. Yadav 1. Niyogi DS. Yadav CS. Am J of Bone Joint Surg 2008. 6. Niyogi DS. Nag HL. Dec 2002. Sharma DK. Trikha V.S. Nag HL. Khan SA. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Statistics 2008:794–5. Yadav CS.4. Trikha V. 4. Yadav CS. Yadav CS. Khan SA. Correspondence. Singh UB. 10. 2. Yadav CS. Singh B. Nag HL. Jaiman S. Varshney MK.90:1536–7. Br J of Bone Joint Surg 2008. 5. Interamedullary tibial nailing in distal third tibial fractures: Distal locking screws and fracture non union (letter to editor). 11. Intern Orthop (SICOT). Correspondence. Risk factors associated with acute hip prosthetic joint infections and outcome of treatment with a rifampin-based regimen. Arthroscopy: Journal of arthroscopy and related surgery. Hasan SA. Khan SA. Khan SA. Kimura disease of extremity – an manifestation in bone. 3. Kumar A. J Orthop Surg 2008. Natraj AR. Yadav CS. Varshney MK. Rastogi S. International Orthopaedics. Kumar A.79:454–7. In vivo efficacy of antimicrobialcoated devices. Bone Joint Surg Journal (Br) 2008. Devdatta SN. Singh B. Joint Bone Spine 2008. Nag HL.

Trikha V. Yadav CS.75. AWARDS. Selection Committee. van Riet RP. Mittal R. Sharma R. Comparative study between dynamic condylar screw and dynamic hip screw in the management of sub-trochanteric fractures. set up by the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research. Yadav CS. Kotwal chaired Scientific Session. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery 2008. Cirsoid aneurysm of the synovium of the knee: A very rare Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 2008.13. Hong Kong. Arthroscopy 2008. Yadav CS. Rohilla N. SICOT TWC. Scientific session on Hand. Kumar V. Epub 2007. SICOT/ SIROT 2008. Khatri D. April 2008. August 2008. Abstract Book. . Mittal R. Chairman. Neogi DS. Dr Ravi Mittal 1. Operative versus non-operative treatment. Desmoplastic fibroma report of three cases at unusual locations. 2. August 2008. Trikha V. August 2008. Malhotra R. Mishra KK. August 2008.24:1045–51.deficient knee. Kumar V. Results of total knee replacements in stiff and ankylosed knees and comparison with knees with good preoperative range of motion. Annual Conference of the Trauma Association of India (TRAUMACON 2008). first Annual Conference of the Trauma Association of India (TRAUMACON 2008). Nag HL. Naranje S.17:963–6. SICOT/SIROT 2008. Femoral allograft in the management of osseous hydatidosis presenting as femoral shaft non-union. August 2008. 2. Hong Kong. pg 640. January 2009. Abstracts 1. Varshney MK. 4. Neogi DS. 2. Bain GI. Hong Kong. Abstract No 17147. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 402 pathology. Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopaedic Association. 3. Abstract Book. COT triennial world congress. Epub 2008. Naranje S. Yadav CS. SICOT TWC. Jain S. Mumbai. Jaiman A. Trikha V. Online in ‘Journal of Knee Surgery’. Malhotra R. Neogi DS. Dr Vijay Kumar 1. Khan SA. Acta Orthop Belg 2009.P. Rastogi S. Singh S. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 2008. Displaced intra-articular fractures of the calcaneum. Lim YW. pg 769. Joint Bone Spine 2008:75. Mittal R. 3. Epub 2008. Bhan S. SICOT/SIROT 2008 Abstract Book. Abstract No 17156. Arthroscopic and magnetic resonance imaging evaluation of meniscus lesions in the chronic anterior cruciate ligament. Abstract No18640. TrikhaV. Pattern of osteophyte distribution in primary osteoarthritis of the elbow. Mittal R. Chaired a Panel discussion session. New Delhi. HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr P. pg 1091. Neogi DS. Neogi DS. Total hip replacement in active tuberculosis – A myth or reality. Biological plate fixation of comminuted subtrochanteric fractures with the Dynamic Condylar Screw: A clinical study. Annual Conference of the North Zone Chapter of Indian Orthopaedic Association. Mumbai. Khan SA.

Orth. Examinership of various Universities For M.S. Orthopaedic Research Society of AIIMS. Expert Member.V. INA Colony. Expert Member. May 2008. AIIMS (1998–2008). Union Public Service Commission. Chairman.J. Examination: • Manipal University. March 2009. Expert member. AIIMS. For D. Project Review and Monitoring Committee of Ortho. President. to select Lecture in Physiotherapy. CAD Project under the office of the Principal Scientific Advisor to the Prime Minister of India. for Technical Staff (Research). October 2008. Chandigarh. to select Medical Specialists on Orthopaedics. Member. Store Purchase Committee (2008–2009). 2003 till date. Selection Committee. Staff Council. November 2008. Indian Council of Medical Research. Manipal. February 2009. Nominated as an Expert by the President. Medical College and Hospital at Bangalore. for a meeting of the Expert group to discuss important issues related to examinations and curriculum development. Chairman. Institutional Ethics Committee for Experimental Research. Member. Central Selection Board of the NTPC. 2002 to 2008. INA Colony. Faridkot (Punjab). Rastogi chairsession II: debates in THR: Bearing surfaces. Chairman. February 2009. Vice Chairman. Medical Council of India to inspect the M. Manipal. AIIMS (2003–2008). Academic Council of the Pt. April 2009. Kendriya Vidyalaya. Chairsession: Oncology. Chairman. committee constituted by the DGHS.Goa. 2008 Manipal University. December 2008. National Board of Examination. New Delhi in the Assessment Promotion Scheme of the ICMR Scientists. 2008. August 2008. 1998 till date. ‘Non-specific musculoskeletal pain’ in Clinical Psychology at AIIMS. Institutional Ethics Committee. Rohtak (2008–2010). Screening Committee for the Selection of Junior Physiotherapists / Occupational Therapy. Expert Member. 2008. AIIMS (2002– 2008). Chairsession: Rehabilitation Medicine. committee constituted by the DGHS. New Delhi (2007–2010). Chairman. January 2008. Member. October 2008 Dr S. Dean’s Committee. Selection Committee of Jamia Hamdard (Deemed University). BD Sharma University of Health Sciences. New Delhi. Dr Kotwal appointed as an Expert Member. Acetabulum – cemented vs/cementless – femur. Chairman. AIIMS (2002–2008). Member. Vidyalaya Management Committee of Kendriya Vidyalaya. February 2009. February 2009. to select medical officers for the Indian Expedition team to Antarctica. (Ortho) Examination: • • • PGIMER. Research Committee. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to consider the case of reimbursement after total shoulder arthroplasty. Co-guide for PhD. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to consider the case of reimbursement after total shoulder arthroplasty. October 2008. Chandigarh. to assist in the Selection of Professor of Orthopaedics for the Government Medical College. Member. Member. 2007 till date. XXVII Annual Nzioacon – AIIMS 2008-2009 / 403 . AIIMS. New Delhi. Inspector. Baba Faridkot University of Health Sciences. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to facilitate the Ministry in finalizing the Users Requirement Specifications (URS) in order to setup 6 AIIMS like Institutions in different parts of the Country. Expert Member. Committee for Computerization. AIIMS. Member. AIIMS. New Delhi (2005–2010).

‘Arthroplasty Session’. Member. Pain Symposium. Kolkata. Dr R. Adjunct Faculty. Conference on ‘No More Joint Pains’ by Joseph Abboud and Soo Kim Abboud (Byword Books. Korea. Invited Panelist at 4 Conferences. combined course of European Spine Society and Association of Spine Surgeons of India. Delhi Orthopaedic Association Conference (DOACON). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 404 . AIIMS. Scoliosis Research Society (SRS). New Delhi. 7 September 2008. Jeju. Armed Force Medical College (AFMC). Lady Hardinge Medical College. Editorial Article Reviewer. International Advisory Board. International Trauma Symposium. Worldwide Programme on ‘Spinal Deformities – Current Concepts’. Member. Spine Society Delhi Chapter. Academic Council of Banaras Hindu University and National Institute of Handicapped. Organising Committee of Instructional Course in Spine Surgery (ICS 2008). 12–13 March 2009. Attended the 7th monitoring review committee meeting at Hyderabad. Rohtak. Chairperson/Moderator of 5 national and 2 international conferences. Clinical Anatomy (2007. 2008. Siri Fort Auditorium Complex. Scientific Session. Bangkok. New Delhi. 2 November 2008. 11 January 2009. XIX Annual CME of Association of Physician of India. Chairman. Vice President of the Spinal Cord Society of India. India Habitat Centre. Pune. Editor. Visiting Professor. Elected Honorary Secretary. Organising committee. New Delhi 4–6 April 2008. Faculty. AIIMS. Thailand. 27–29 March 2009. India) published in National Medical Journal of India. New Delhi. President. 2009). Review referee. 29 November 2008. New Delhi. US. Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty 2008. Faculty. MIDCON 2008. held in Jeju. Jayaswal was current President of Association of Spine Surgeons of India (ASSI). Editorial Board. Korea and Memphis. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr A. Organizing Secretary. 4 June 2008. Spine Section of Asia Pacific Orthopaedics Association at the Council meeting. Invited Faculty to two International Spine Conferences. Delhi State Chapter (APIDSC). Trauma 2008. New Delhi. Indian Journal of Orthopedics. Annual CME. CME cum Live Workshop and Inaugral Conference of the Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care (ISTAC). Chairman. Group workshop introduced by AO India. Neurology India. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics (IJO). Attended PMRC Ortho-Cad meeting held at Bombay on 13 August 2009. 3–5 December 2008. 24–26 October 2008. New Delhi. Chairman. 23–24 August 2008. 16–17 November 2008. 18 December 2008. New Delhi. Cadaveric Hip Arthroplasty Course. Skeletal brought out by Skeletal Education. 7–8 February 2009. Faculty. 18–19 October 2008. ‘Skeletal Relay 2008’. Bangalore. Ranchi. Mumbai. International Orthopaedics Forum. Chairman. Dr Hedgewar Arogya Sansthan. National Medical Journal of India. CMET. New Delhi. Faculty. 2–4 October 2008. Conference on ‘Current Concepts in Arthroplasty’. North Zone IOACON. India Habitat Centre. 7–10 August 2008. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. Malhotra Faculty. International Conference. Invited Guest Speaker. Member. 13–15 February 2009. Orthopaedics Today (An orthopaedic journal with nationwide circulation). President. China. Chief Guest. India Habitat Centre. 18–19 October 2008. Chongqing. Indian Orthopaedic Association Conference (IOACON) 2008. Shimla. Chulalong Korn University. Inaugural Function of Annual Conference of Central Zone Orthopaedics Association CEZCON 2008.2008.

Member.3. ‘Uthiye Acche Swasthya Ke Saath. 16 September 2008 8:00 AM. accepted in 2008. working group. a scheme between the department of AYUSHCCRAS. ICMR Task Force on Osteoporosis Expert/Chairman. Determination of Musculoskeletal Burden in Indian Population. Case of the week • • Garg B. ‘Skeletal Fluorosis’. Sharma V. ICMR Task Force on Cancer Management Guidelines Member. Expert for the Golden Triangle Partnership (GTP). TV programmes • • Expert in live TV Interactive Show on ‘Bone health among women’ in VAMA telecast on Sahara Uttar Pradesh on 14 May 2008. ICMR and CSIR. BMS and Biomedical Engineering since 1994. ICMR for funding of projects in the field of NCD. ICMR-WHO Workshop on ‘Development of a feasibility Modules on Road Traffic Injury Surveillance’. Member. bachav aur uska upchar’ in ‘Uttarkatha’ broadcast on Indraprastha Delhi A 366.3. Assignments for ICMR • • • • • • • • Member.55am. telecast on NDTV India Metro-nation on Osteoporosis on 13 November 2008. New Delhi. Member. Determination of Normative Laboratory Parameters in Indian Population. Garg B. New Delhi. Orthohyperguide. advisory group. Project Review Committee. accepted in 2008. Tuesday. Advisory Group for Research in Accidents and Injuries (AGRAI) of ICMR. Contributions to Orthohyperguide (a web based orthopaedics education portal tutorials) • • Member. Regional Advisory Board. Live programme on Osteoporosis in ‘Delhi–Dial’. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 405 . advisory group. Advisor for the Project on Osteoporosis under the scheme. 2008 from 7. Malhotra R.Osteopororsis – Bachaav aur Upchaar’ broadcast on Indraprastha Delhi A 366. Malhotra R. expert group.05 to 7. ‘Case of the week – Synovial Chondromatosis’. ‘Case of the week – Sacral Chordoma’. accepted in 2008. A web based global Orthopaedics learning portal Garg B.Radio programme • • ‘Vradhavastha mei kamar ka jhukna. expert group. 10th December. Wednesday. Member. Malhotra R.

Expert for UGC School of Energy and Environmental Studies for Devi Ahilya University. Expert for UGC team for evaluation of Devi Ahilya University for approval of utilization of funds granted in 5 year plan and further sanction of funds. Hospital Infection Control Committee. AIIMS. India Habitat Centre. Tele Medicine. • • • Additional Assignments • • • • • • • • • • Committee Member. for 3 years (2006—2009). 11 October 2008. for 2008–2009. AIIMS. OT Users Committee 2008.Assignments for University Grants Commission • Expert for the committee constituted by UGC towards the evaluation assessment of the research papers submitted by College teachers concerning travel grant assistance to attend International Conferences abroad in UGC. 7 September 2008. Nominated Member. presented in Delhi Orthopaedics Association (DOA) monthly meeting. AIIMS. ‘Osseous Hydatidosis–A nine headed dragon’. Member. 2 September 2008. AIIMS. for 4 years (2005—2009). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 406 . Indore. Department Store Purchase Committee. New Delhi. Invited as an Expert for the Expert Group meeting for development of skill lab for clinical and surgical skills for DNB candidates. AIIMS. Expert for the committee constituted by UGC towards the evaluation assessment of the research papers submitted by College Teachers concerning travel grant assistance to attend International Conferences abroad in UGC. New Delhi. 16 April 2008. Staff Council. Acetabular revision using ‘Total Acetabular Allograft’. Member. 24–26 September 2008. Member. Indore. Advisory Committee. for 2 years (2007–2009). Delhi Orthopaedics Association (DOA) for 2009–2010. Committee on Prevention of osteoporosis and osteoporotic fractures in Asia. Member. presented in Combined Clinical Round (CCR). Expert for selection of Professor (Orthopaedics) at Union Public Services Commission (UPSC). Nominated as International Body Member. 17 March 2009. 24–26 September 2008. Central Workshop (orthopedic implants and devices). 30 August 2008. MIDCON 2008. AIIMS. New Delhi Vice President. Strong Bone Asia. Papers read at conferences • • • Cases Discussion for ‘Non-union upper 1/3 tibia with severe OA knee’. 8 October 2008.

2008. Senior Resident Selection Interview Board. under National Anti Doping Agency (NADA). IJMST and Advisory board member. 7 September 2008. Delhi (18 June 2008) and Rockland Hospital. Member. Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Committee (2005–2009). Dr C. Nag was Honorary Consultant. Orthopaedics Research Society. Indian Orthopaedics Association (IOA). Anti Ragging squad. Elsevier Clinical Advisory Boards for Orthopaedics for clinical update series for South Asian practioners – by Reed Elsevier India. As Expert on All India Radio (AIR) talk in Hindi on ‘Bridhawastha me haddi ka khokhlapan aur iski dekhbhal’. Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS). New Delhi. Rajasthan (18 December 2008) and Internal Examiner for MS (Orthopaedics) Examination at AIIMS (11 December 2008). Faculty. New Delhi. RNT Medical College. Dharbhanga. Yadav appointed as examiner and paper setter for MS Orthopaedics Baba Faridkot University. Faculty–Incharge. International Society of Arthroscopy. Theraputic Use Exemption (TUE) Committee (2009–2010). Member-observer. Panel of Reviewer. 2 June 2008. for senior resident selection committee of AIIMS.BS Entrance Examination at Ahmedabad centre (1 June 2008) and AIIMS’ PG Examination (MD/MS) at Kolkata (11 January 2009). Editorial Referee. Expert Committee of UGC. 29 June 2008. Faculty. 3rd International Symposium on new horizons in arthroscopic surgery. Dr Nag was elected as Committee Member. AIIMS. Secretary General. Medical Care arrangement of the Common Wealth Games 2010 (attended its meeting on 16 May 2008). New Delhi.L. hotel Ashok. 29–30 March 2009. L. AIIMS. for Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine section (6 August 2008). elected unopposed representative of Delhi (2009–2011). Indian Journal of Orthopaedics. with Baba Ramdev. midterm symposium of DOA. IAS Cadaver workshop. Punjab. Board Member. Jamia Millia Islamia University. IJLST. Panelist invited by the institute of chartered accountant of India. Faculty at TRAUMA 2008.N. Bihar. CME cum live Workshop and Inaugural Conference of the Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care (ISTAC). As Expert on DD News TV live National telecast. Member. AB1 Ward. Store purchase committee. 8 July 2008. Mithila University. 16 November 2008 and Advanced Knee Arthroscopy Workshop. Penalist in arthroscopy section at MEDCON 2008. Delhi (29 July 2008). on ‘Sports Injuries’ (27 April 2008) and Health Show Programme on ‘arthritis’ (29 March 2009). Faculty–Incharge. AIIMS. Member. in compliant with World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) and attended its first meeting on 2 February 2009. International Journal of Medical Sciences and Technology (IJMST) and International Journal of Life Sciences and Technology (IJLST). Faculty. Member. New Delhi. Journal Injury. Appraiser by National Board of Examination for DNB Candidates and Sant Parmanand Hospital. Editorial Board Member. 28–30 November 2008. presided by Shri MS Gill. New Delhi. International Conference. Sports Authority of India (SAI). EHS Advisory Committee. Member. External Examiner for MS (Orthopaedics) Examination. 3 December 2008. Member. New Delhi. Honorary Member. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 407 . Nagpur University. New Delhi. Member. 21 January 2009. Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium. for inspection of UGC–XI five year plan of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj. 15 May 2008. 7 March 2009. AIIMS. Honorary minister for Sports and Youth Affairs. ‘Total Health TV Programme’.S. India Federation of Sports Medicine (IFSM) for 2007–2010. Faculty and penalist. Maharshtra. AIIMS. 53rd IOA Annual Conference Bangalore. Examiner and paper setter for MS Orthoaedics. Member for English and Professional Coaching class for SC/ST students. 7 and 15 August 2008.Dr H. Udaipur. AIIMS MB. 7–9 July 2008. National Symposium on ‘Knee Injuries and its managements– recent trends in Sports Health’. Executive Member. Member. Secretary.

Orth examination. Appointed member of inspection committee for GGSI University. Reviewer. LHMC. Chairing of session. New Delhi. 2–5 October 2008. Appraiser for DNB centres. for DNB candidates. May 2008. Orth examination. THR workshop. Chaired session. November2008. on various TV channels routinely. 13–15 February 2009. Adjunct faculty at CMET. D. Member. Banglore. 2008. MB. 3–4 November 2008. 2008. 30 August 2008. June 2008. Chaired a session. 2008. Acted as expert in selection of lectures in UP Medical colleges. PGIMS. Dr Vijay Kumar was awarded Membership of Royal College of Surgeons. Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care (ISTAC). Appearing on health programmers as orthopaedic expert. Organized lecture of Dr Nagamine from Japan. TRAUMACON 2008. 23–24 August 2008. Participated in Television programme on Arthritis ‘Sangini’ on Sahara Samay Channel. Faculty. challenges in THR. in Millennium arthroplasty conference. Allahabad.DNB CME. 28–30 December 2008. Examiner. Member. CME cum Live Workshop and Inaugural Conference. THR workshop. Indian Federation of Spots Medicine (2007– 2008). Glasgow. NZIOACON 2009. Examiner. Chaired session. Glasgow. 27 July 2008. IOACON 2008. 29 November 2008. Listed in Marquis. Who’s Who in the World 2009. Public Service Commission. Rohtak. 5 December 2008. Executive Committee. Delhi. AIIMS. Delhi. 13–15 February 2009. New Delhi.BS curriculum. Delhi. Member. Indian Journal of Orthopaedics. Panelist. AIIMS. D. Chaired session. 4 September 2008. Expert group meeting. Organizing Committee of Scoliosis Research Society Worldwide Programme on ‘Deformity Correction’. Delhi. for development of skill lab for clinical and surgical skills. Maharaja Agarsen hospital. Member. Trauma 2008 International Conference. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty 2008. 8–9 November 2008. Patiala Medical College. Dr Ravi Mittal was awarded the membership to the Royal College of Surgeons. New Delhi. NZIOACON 2009. IAACON 2008. Co-Organizing Secretary. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 408 .

‘ENDOSURG 2009’. 4. Deka Professor Suresh C. Head-Neck Study day. Ministry of health. ‘Role of healthcare executives in quality care in hospitals’. Live Surgical and Temporal bone dissection workshop and CME in Otology. Second Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. 12 March 2009. 2. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 409 . Deka 1. New Delhi. w. New Delhi. 13–18 April 2008. 20–21 September 2008. Goa. AIIMS.f 15 October 2007) EDUCATION The department has actively participated in the academic activities of undergraduate. 19 Jan 2009. Continuing Medical Education Organized by the department • • • • Surgical workshop on Phonosurgery and Sialology. Hunterian Professor. postgraduate and paramedical teaching. AIIMS. Darussalam. 25 July2008. 19–20 April 2008. 21st Annual conference of All India Rhinology Society. Brunei. AOI monthly clinical meet.C. New Delhi.9. 3. Lectures delivered Professor R. AIIMS. Rhinocon 2008. ‘Scientific session on Balloon Sinuplasty’. PGIMER. New Delhi. associated with the visit of Professor P J Bradley. Sharma (On deputation leave*) Associate Professors Alok Thakar Assistant Professors Rakesh Kumar Venkata Karthikeyan C Kumud K. Chandigarh. ‘Ranbaxy Science Foundation symposium’.24 Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) Professor and Head Ramesh C. Handa *On assignment as clinical specialist (ENT) at the Medical Services Department. New Delhi. 19 March 2009.e. Royal College of Surgeons of England. AIIMS. 17–19 August 2008. AIIMS. 3rd AIIMS surgical week.

Guwahati. AOI North Eastern branch. February 2009. Kochi. 7. ‘Symposium on Ovarian Cancer’. 15 March 2008. Handa 1. February 2009. CCR.K. AIIMS. 5. AIIMS. 3. ‘Guidelines in the management of laryngeal cancers’. AHEAD. ‘Laryngotracheal Stenosis’. ‘Intratympanic Gentamycin in Vertigo – when and how?’. in Workshop on Phonosurgery’. Workshop. AIIMS. Surgical workshop on Phonosurgery and Sialology. Course on Neuro-Otology and Audiology. ‘Near Total Laryngectomy. ‘Type 2 Thyroplasty for Spasmodic Dysphonia’. Kochi. Course on Neuro-Otology and Audiology. ‘CME on Laws Applicable to Hospitals’. Guwahati. 21 March 2009. 27–28 March 2009. Workshop on Phonosurgery. ‘Care of Professional voice’. 8. March 2009. Department of Hospital Administration. 4. Surgical workshop on Phonosurgery and Sialology. Kolkata. New Delhi. ‘Perilymphatic Fistula’. ‘Stapedotomy – Tips and Tricks’. 15 March 2008. ‘Occult primary tumours-evaluation and management’. ‘Approach to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Vertigo’. Kolkata. Surgical workshop on Phonosurgery and Sialology. 5. 3. 2. Department of Medical Oncology. AOI North Eastern branch. 18–20 April 2008. AIIMS. 18–20 April 2008. February 2009. ‘Controversies in facial nerve’. ‘Spasmodic Dysphonia’. 15 March 2008. ‘Migraine related Vertigo’. April 2008. Current Concepts in Head and Neck Oncology. AIIMS. 6. Microsurgery of the Ear. Workshop on Phonosurgery. Course on Neuro-Otology and Audiology. AIIMS. New Delhi. 7. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 410 . Otology Workshop. February 2009. 18–20 April 2008. New Delhi. New Delhi. 17–19 August 2008. New Delhi. February 2009. AIIMS. AOI North Eastern branch. 6. Dr Alok Thakar 1. August 2008. February 2009. 2. 6. Kolkatta. New Delhi. ‘Laryngotracheal Stenosis’. Sir Ganga Ram hospital. ‘Spasmodic Dysphonia’. AHEAD. Dr K.5. Current Concepts in Head and Neck Oncology. 8. Guwahati. 4. Workshop on Phonosurgery. Kolkata. New Delhi. New Delhi. Course on Neuro-Otology and Audiology. New Delhi. AIIMS. ‘Care of Professional voice’.

November 2008. AIIMS. AIIMS. Deka ‘People centred health Care’. Annual meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery. May 2008. 2. ‘Surgical principles of excision of nasopharyngeal angiofibroma’. XXXII North-West Zone Association of Otolaryngologists of India Conference. Dr Venkata Karthikeyan C 1. Philippines. ‘Effect of myopia on the caloric test’. 7. Otology update – Live surgical workshop and temporal bone dissection. 2. AOI Delhi Branch Meeting. ‘Efficacy of flutamide in nasopharyngeal angiofibroma’. Annual conference. New Delhi.Dr Rakesh Kumar 1. 5. October 2008. Poster presentation. 21st NEBAOICON (North Eastern Branch of AOI conference). Patna. National and International Conferences Lectures delivered Professor R. ‘Cochlear Implantation in patients with chronic otitis media’. ‘The preauricular sub temporal infratemporal approach to the central skull base’. WHO sponsored bi-regional forum of medical training institutions on people centred health care meeting. 31st Annual Conference of AOI Delhi. New Delhi. ‘Speech rehabilitation and conservation in advanced laryngeal cancers’. 2. AOI Delhi Branch Meeting. ‘Endoscopic surgery of maxillary sinus. ‘Surgical steps of cochlear implantation’. Professor C. July 2008. North Lakhimpur. May 2008. Das Oration on ‘Laryngeal cancer treatment – Surgical function preservation versus chemorad organ preservation’. ‘Should chemo radiation be the standard of care for advanced cancers of the larynx?’. Otology update – Live surgical workshop and temporal bone dissection. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 411 . New Delhi. ISHNO (Indian Society of Head-Neck Oncology) meeting. 1–2 July 2008.C. Annual meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery. New Delhi. September 2008. How I do it?’. 17–19 August 2008. 21st NEBAOICON (North Eastern Branch of AOI conference). 17–19 August 2008. North Lakhimpur. ‘Surgical steps of Canal wall down mastoidectomy’. Rohtak. 4. July 2008. Chicago. Dr Alok Thakar 1. Chicago. 5–6 April 2008. AOI Delhi Branch. ‘An unusual site of metastasis in follicular carcinoma of thyroid’. November 2008. 6. Manila. 3. September 2008. 3.

Bangkok. Dr Venkata Karthikeyan C 1. 10. 2. 17–20 September 2008. ‘Cochlear implantation in patients with chronic otitis media’. Annual Conference of the Association of Physicians of India. Deka RC. Delhi AOI conference. 3. Annual conference of phonosurgeons of India. January 2009. 2. Anurag R. Delhi AOI conference. 20–21 November 2008. Kumar R. Handa 1. Thailand. Neurolaryngology’.K. 13–15 March 2009. ‘Tracheotomy-When and How?’. Kumar R. ‘The preauricular temporal-sub temporal approach to the central skull base’. ‘The case against chemoradiation‘. 13th ARSR Annual Conference. Deka RC. Dr K. 21st NEBAOICON (North Eastern Branch of AOI conference). ‘Evaluation of efficacy of proton pump inhibitors in cases of laryngo pharyngeal reflux’. Jaipur. ‘Ultrastructural findings in Laryngomalacia – A morphological marker’. AIIMS. Annual conference of phonosurgeons of India. ‘Efficacy of flutamide as a tumor volume reducing agent in nasopharyngeal angiofibroma’. 9. May 2008. January 2009. Bangkok. AOI Delhi branch meeting. 8th National Conference of the Foundation of Head-Neck Oncology (FHNO). 61st Annual Conference of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India. 2. Noida. May 2008.8. APICON 2009. 4. 13th ARSR Annual Conference. ‘Consensus on voice assessment’. 20–21 November 2008. December 2008. ‘Vocal cord paralysis. ‘Clinical profile of patients with external nasal deformity’. AIIMS experience. Sharma SC. Jain V. Deka RC. Preetam C. 13th ARSR Annual Conference. Thakar A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 412 . North Lakhimpur. ‘Role of long-term low dose macrolide therapy in chronic rhinosinusitis’. Bahadur S. ‘Surgery for large juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma’. Venkata Karthikeyan C. Venkata Karthikeyan C. Venkata Karthikeyan C. Deka RC. Gupta G. Thailand. Bangkok. Poster presentation. July 2008. USA. 11. Seith A. Symposium on ‘Treatment of Advanced Laryngeal Cancers’. 20–21 November 2008. International conference on extra esophageal diseases and 8th International symposium on Human pepsin Milwaukee. Sharma R. Dr Rakesh Kumar 1. Bhubneshwar. 13–15 March 2009. November 2008. Thailand. Residents and Research associates 1.. Anurag R. ‘JNA with intracranial extension’. New Delhi. Kumar R.

12. Thakar A. Deka. May 2008. Delhi AOI conference. Bhubneshwar.K. Pradhan T. 20–21 September 2008. 8th National conference of the foundation of Head-Neck Oncology (FHNO). Funds: Rs 3.C. 8. Assessment of T. Thakar A. 10. R. Funded by CSIR for 3 years. Funded by CSIR for 3 years. R. Gupta S.C. 7. RESEARCH Funded Projects Completed 1. Delhi AOI conference. Handa. Role of bacterial and fungal colonization in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis and nasal polyposis with special emphasis on their superantigenicity and biofilm property. Gaurav Chaturvedy. Rhinocon 2008. Live surgical workshop and temporal bone dissection.67 lakh. Bhubneshwar. 2. December 2008. Rajiv. Ongoing 1. Thakar A. Anurag R. C levels and the resultant change in the dynamic range in cochlear implant users: To evaluate possible electrical stimulation induced damage to the neural elements. Chirom A. Delhi AOI conference. Funded by CSIR for 3 years. K.3 lakh. 13. Kumar SS. ‘The role of the vidian canal in recurrence of JNA’. 2. 6. Funds: Rs 11. RC Deka. May 2008. Chandigarh. Thakar A. ‘Preoperative assessment of cochlear implantees’. Role of intratympanic dexamethasone therapy in patients with tinnitus. Deka. Sikka K. Kumar R. May 2008. Effect on hearing function in individuals with diabetes mellitus. ‘Role of long-term low dose macrolide therapy in chronic rhinosinusitis’. Live surgical workshop and temporal bone dissection. ‘Posterior cricoid split and rib grafting in the treatment of glottis and high subglottic stenosis’. Deka. R. Gupta V. Shivani. ‘Orbital decompression for proptosis secondary to graves’ Ophthalmopathy’. ‘Near total laryngectomy’. May 2008. Thakar A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 413 . ‘Post-operative habilitation and rehabilitation of cochlear implantees’.C. 3. ‘The preauricular subtemporal approach to the central skull base-evaluation of adequacy and limitations’. 8th National Conference of the Foundation of Head-Neck Oncology (FHNO). 17–19 August 2008. Venkata Karthikeyan C. PGIMER. Suri A. ‘Sphenopalatine artery ligation for recalcitrant epistaxis’. Voice changes in presbylarynges and disorders of central origin. Anurag Ramavat. Funded by ICMR (2007–2008). 11. Shivani. 9.5. Thakar A. Deka RC. Funded by ICMR for 3 years. Rajeev. Delhi AOI conference. Nongrum HB. 17–19 August 2008. December 2008.

Completed 1. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 414 . Funded by DST (2007–2009). Prevalence of hypothyroidism following treatment of Head–Neck Cancer and its impact on Quality of Life. Role of proton pump inhibitors in laryngopharyngeal reflux. 3. Funded by DBT for 3 years. Collaborative Projects Ongoing 1. Neuro-developmental disabilities in children: An INCLEN study (with International Epidemiological Clinical Network). Oncologic efficacy and functional outcome in early and moderately advanced laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancer using laser. Study of patient profile with external nasal deformity requiring septorhinoplasty and its outcome. Otolaryngologic and head and neck manifestations in HIV/AIDS patients 2. 6. Thakar. 2. 5. Funds: Rs 11 lakh. Thakar. Departmental Projects Ongoing 1. Immunohistochemical characterization of JNA and radiological and histological evaluation of vidian canal involvement in JNA. 5. Comparison of various techniques of tonsillectomy in terms of post operative pain and other post operative variables. 2. Role of PET scan in diagnosing unknown primary in head and neck carcinoma with cervical neck node metastasis. To study the effect of cricoid split with costal cartilage rib grafting and lumen augmentation in cases of subglottic stenosis. 3. Phase II/III Randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial of curcumin in respectable stage III and IV squamous head and neck cancers. To determine the efficacy of flutamide as a tumour volume reducing agent in nasopharyngeal angiofibroma (NPA). Bilateral submandibular duct transposition and bilateral sublingual gland excision for drooling in children. Stereological study of the age related morphological and neurochemical changes in the human cochlear nucleus (with Anatomy). 3. Clinical profile of patients with laryngotracheal stenosis. The effect of dexamethasone injection in the inner ear on hearing and NRT and its outcome results in cochlear implant patients. Prenatal development and maturation of human inferior colliculus (with Anatomy). 7. 8. 4. A.4. A. 9. Funds: Rs 43 lakh.

Deka RC. Thakar A. Tripathi SC. Neyaz Z. 6. Shunyu NB. Venkata Karthikeyan C.21:260. Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. Kumar R. Analysis of oncologic and functional failures in near total laryngectomy. 2008:A1–101. Congenital salivary fistula of accessory parotid gland: Imaging findings. Thakar A. Trivedi N. Bahadur S. Proceedings of International conference on extra esophageal diseases and 8th International symposium on Human pepsin at Milwaukee USA. Kumar R. et al. Seith A. and Foundation for Head and Neck Oncology. Complete resolution of stage IIIB juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma with radiation therapy. 8. J Laryngol Otol 2008. Book Review ‘Pearls and Pitfalls in Head and Neck Surgery’. 3. Toran KC.8:300–9. 121:e18. Bangkok. Bangkok. Ralhan R. Thakar A. Matta A. Proceedings of 13th ARSR Annual Conference. DattaGupta S. Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2008. Magnetic resonance identification of an accessory submandibular duct and gland: An unusual variant. Sharma R. Natl Med J India 2008. Thakar A. Role of long-term low dose macrolide therapy in chronic rhinosinusitis. Deka RC. Anurag R.60:227–30. Successful treatment of parotid fistula with tympanic neurectomy. Thakar A. Ultrastructural finding in Laryngomalacia: A morphological marker. Sinha P. Thailand. Pradhan T. Julka PK. Proceedings of 13th ARSR Annual Conference.122:e11. 9. AIIMS experience. Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2008. 13. Gupta V. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 415 . Kumar R. 14. Venkata Karthikeyan C. Venkata Karthikeyan C. Thakar A. 5. Review. Kumar SS. Ramavat A. Karthikeyan CV. J Laryngol Otol 2009. DeSouza LV. Wadhwa S. Posterior cricoid split with costal cartilage augmentation for high subglottic stenosis. 2008: A1–101.122:1115–17. Sharma R. 4. Ramavat A. Mohanti BK. Gadodia A. J Proteome Res 2009. Epub 2007 May 22. Auricular Syncope. Clinical profile of patients with external nasal deformity.60:147–51. 10. Surgery for large juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma. Sikka K. 2008:130. Proceedings of 13th ARSR Annual Conference. Thakar A. Gadodia A. Thailand. Deka RC. Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2008.123:327–32. TRAQmultidimensional liquid chromatography and tandem mass spectrometry-based identification of potential biomarkers of oral epithelial dysplasia and novel networks between inflammation and premalignancy. J Laryngol Otol 2007. Seith A.PUBLICATIONS 1.. Management of salivary gland tumors: Current concepts in Head and Neck Oncology.. 2009:63–66. J Laryngol Otol 2008. Published by Head and Neck Institute. 11. 12. Deka RC. Thakar A. Bangkok. Ghanny S. 7. 2008:A1–101.60:238–41. Thailand. 2. Deepak KK. Kumar R. Thakar A.

. Deka has also done the country’s first bilateral Cochlear implant successfully in an adult patient. Prevalence and risk factors of obstructive sleep apnea among middle-aged urban Indians: A community-based study. Trivedi N. Sreenivas V. Chandigarh. 19.C. All such cases further continue to be on follow–up and are receiving post implantation speech therapy and training to maximize the benefit of cochlear implantation.This function with the clinical department to provide supportive. Indian journal of Otorhinolaryngology. Handa KK. Paediatr Anaesth 2009. The department provides surgical AIIMS 2008-2009 / 416 . The department has provided support in starting cochlear implant surgery programme in R. Indian J Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2008. 20. the department started the Children Programme in 1998. Handa KK. 257 patients have been subjected to Cochlear implantation at AIIMS till March 2009. Operating laryngoscope in a failed intubation scenario. speech therapy. electrodiagnostic audiometry. 18. and Foundation for Head and Neck Oncology. ear mould laboratory. Chandrashish C. with the collaborative support of radiotherapists and medical oncologists. Reddy EV. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg (Special Issue. Shunyu NB. Rajeshwari S. Gupta G. Deka and the first adult patient was successfully operated upon in February 1997. speech problems and post-laryngectomy speech disabled. Thakar A.19:274–5. Hospital. hearing aid analyzer. Effect of myopia on the Caloric Test. Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences. caters to large number of patients suffering from head and neck malignancies.It has a well staffed rehabilitation unit of Audiology and Speech Therapy function. Annual Meeting of American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery 2008) 2008. PATIENT CARE Facilities available in the department The department provides state-of-art ENT services and is equipped with the entire range of diagnostic and therapeutic equipment including a cochlear implant laboatory. Published by Head and Neck Institute. stroboscopy and computer aided speech analysis. Thakar A. et al. 16. electronystagmographic facilities. Sinha S. diagnostic and rehabilitative services for hearing impairment. a total of 56 cases have had successful cochlear implantation. Annual Meeting of American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery 2008) 2008. Sleep Med 2009 Mar 21.60:356–9. 150. Soon.R. Central Railway Hospital and also PGIMER. audiological facilities. Handa KK. Thakar A. 2009:195–200. 17. Ambedkar Institute Rotary Cancer Hospital. Since then. Psuedoaneurysm of the lingual artery. 36. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg (Special Issue. Epub ahead of print. Seith A.15. Mishra HK.R. Treatment protocols in Laryngeal Cancer: Current concepts in Head and Neck Oncology. The cochlear implantation (CI) programme was started in 1996 under the chairmanship of Professor R. Kadhiravan T. The Head and Neck cancer clinic of our department in the B. Efficacy of flutamide in nasopharyngeal angiofibroma. Professor R.C.2:S1. Surender RA.2:S1. The department is an established centre for cochlear implantation and in the year under review.

044 1.643 22. Audiology.and long-term training to national and international doctors and audiologists.BS) teaching manual and a postgraduate log book.V. Voice Clinics) and provides services to a large number of patients. Skull Base.expertise for the effective management of head and neck cancers. Gurgaon.820 1. In addition.605 36. It provided short. under the Government of Haryana.881 2. 2.450 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 417 .048 196 999 3. OPD and Specialty clinics ENT OPD New cases Old cases Specialty clinics RUAS–speech RUAS–hearing Head and Neck NEW OLD Voice Vertigo Audiology and Skull Base Rhinology Inpatients Long admission Short admission Surgical Procedures Major Minor Minor OT Community Services/Camps The department provides comprehensive ENT services at Primary Health Centre at Ballabhgarh.156 178 204 175 3. The department has developed an undergraduate (MB.. Haryana. Karthikeyan runs once-a-week OPD services at the Deaf Centre. Dr C. The department also runs specialty clinics (Vertigo. Rhinology.498 3.146 33.

Editorial Board Member. Editorial Chief of Indian Journal of Otology. Invited distinguished guest faculty. Laryngo-Tracheal Stenosis. Moderator for Panel discussion. Manila. International Federation of Head and Neck Oncological Societies.K.AWARDS. Trivandrum (August 2008). Surgical workshop on Phonosurgery and Sialology.C. LARYNXCON. Panelist in discussion. Ministry of Social Welfare. Bhubneshwar (December 2008). Pakistan Journal of Otology. Distinguished Guest of honour in the Second Healthcare Executive Management Development Programme. AIIMS (18–20 April 2008). 8th National Conference of the Foundation of Head-Neck Oncology (FHNO). Salivary Gland and Parapharyngeal tumors. Global CME. Vertigo Viewpoint. Chandigarh (20–21 September 2008). HONOURS AND SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Professor Ramesh Chandra Deka is the Director of AIIMS with effect from 10th march 2009. Trivandrum (August 2008). Deka is the founder chairman of Indian Academy of Otolaryngology–Head Neck Surgery. Conference of the India Society of Head-Neck Oncology. Mumbai (October 2008). Annual Conference of the North East Branch of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India and the Annual Conference of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India (January 2009). International Editorial Board Member of Acta–Otolaryngologica (Stockholm). Inspector. Handa was the Convener. PGIMER. Annual conference of Phonosurgeons of India (13–15 March 2009). LARYNXCON. Organizing Chairman. New Delhi (17–19 August 2008) and in the Live surgical session. Panelist in the AIIMS 2008-2009 / 418 . Patna (April 2008). Technical advisory group for the speech and hearing handicapped. Chairman. Medical council of India (MCI) and National board of examinations (NBE). Otology Update – Live surgical and temporal bone dissection workshop. surgical workshop on Phonosurgery and Sialology. Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery (USA). Quiz Master for the participants. 21st Annual conference of All India Rhinology Society. discussion on Hearing Aids in Otology practice. Rhinocon 2008. Meeting of the International Federation of Head and Neck Societies (IFHNOS). 61st Annual Conference of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India. Troubleshooting with the TE Prosthesis in LARYNXCON. Otology–Neurotology (USA). Invited distinguished international guest faculty in the WHO sponsored Bi-regional Forum of Medical training Institutions on people centred health Care meeting. Panelist in discussion. Jaipur (January 2009). Dr Alok Thakar was awarded the Professor C Das Oration by the North East Brach of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India. Sectional committee of ENT surgical instruments (MHR04) of Bureau of Indian standards. Moderator. Panelist in discussion. Regional Cancer Centre. AIIMS (August 2008). Otology India (Journal of the Indian Society of Otology). Para Nasal Sinus Tumors. Dr K. Otology Course. Goa (13–18 April). AIIMS (18– 20 April 2008) and conducted live surgeries. Panelist in discussion. Philippines (1–2 July 2008). Professor R. Chairman. Invited faculty. AIIMS. Indian Journal of Otology. Mumbai (October 2008). Regional Cancer Centre. Treatment options in Cancer Larynx. Trivandrum (August 2008). he demonstrated cochlear implant surgery for the benefit of the national delegates. Biennial conference of the North West Branch of the Association of Otolaryngologists of India (October 2008). Moderator for discussion on Laryngotracheal Stenosis. Regional Cancer Centre.

NES India. Treasurer. Dr RKumar is a co–member of Sectional committee of ENT surgical instruments (MHR04) of Bureau of Indian standards. Patna (29 April 2008). Moderator for panel discussion on Phonosurgery. Conducted surgical workshop on Tympanoplasty. Appraiser for DNB Course in St Stephan’s Hospital. is Assistant editor. Reviewer. Live surgical workshop and temporal bone dissection (17–19 August 2008). AOI Delhi Branch New Delhi (May 2008). Panel Discussion on Cochlear implant in the Live surgical workshop and temporal bone dissection. AIIMS (18–20 April 2008). Association of Phonosurgeons of India. surgical workshop on Phonosurgery and Sialology. Bihar branch of AOI. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. surgical workshops on Phonosurgery and Sialology. Moderator. AIIMS (17–19 August 2008). Vice President. Panel discussion on Management of paralyzed cord. Chairperson for operative session ‘Stapedectomy’. AIIMS (17–19 August 2008). New Delhi. AIIMS (18–20 April 2008). PMCH. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 419 . Organizing Secretary. Otology Workshop in AIIMS (17–19 August 2008). Reviewer. Panelist. New Delhi.panel discussion on hearing aids in Otology Workshop. Organizing Secretary. Le Meridian. Live surgical workshop and temporal bone dissection (17–19 August 2008). Moderator. Otology update. Panelist. Panel discussion on Laryngeal cancers. Panel discussion on benign salivary gland tumours. Dr Venkata Karthikeyan C. Indian Journal of Otology. Indian Journal of pediatrics and Indian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology.

9. MSc (Biotechnology). Deorari Additional Professor Dr Madhulika Kabra Associate Professors Dr Pankaj Hari Dr Rakesh Lodha Assistant Professors Dr Rachna Seth Dr Ramesh Agarwal Scientists Dr Pratima Ray Dr Madhumita Dr Manju Saksena Other Staff Ms Anuja Agarwala (Dietician) Mr D Yadav (Medical Social Service Officer) Dr Sheffali Gulati Dr Vandana Jain Dr Arvind Bagga Dr Sushil K. PhD Programme: Total PhD students: 15 (Paediatric Gastroenterology 5.Kabra Dr Shinjini Bhatnagar Dr Manju Ghosh Dr Suman Vashisht Roy Choudhary Ms Savita Sapra (Clinical Psychologist) Ms Sumita Gupta (Physiotherapist) EDUCATION The department organized programmes in MB. MD Paediatrics. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 420 . DM (Neonatology and Paediatric Neurology) and PhD. MD Paediatrics ongoing programme • • • • Implementation of log book for postgraduates in the department of Paediatrics Formulation of guidelines for thesis protocol and thesis submission postgraduate residents in the department of Paediatrics Introduced child development guide and kit for the residents A structured internal assessment scheme formulated within the department for periodic assessment of PG students in the domains of clinical skills. MSc (Paediatric Nursing). Genetics 9 Paediatric Pulmonology 1).25 Paediatrics Professor and Head Dr Vinod K.BS. theory and thesis writing. BSc (Nursing). Paul Dr Maharaj K. Bhan (On deputation) Professors Dr Ashok K.

The department conducted Paedaitric Quiz for undergraduate and MD students organized under the aegis of the Indian Academy of Paediatrics. Seminars.October 2008.September 2009 Update on childhood tuberculosis and thalassaemia with Platinum Jubilee Celebration of Indian Journal of Pediatrics . Short-term training A total of 46 short-term trainees were trained in different superspecialities from India and other countries. Hepatology and Nutrition • Cloning and expression of NSP4 enterotoxin of rotavirus in E. Pulmonology and Intensive care: 2.February 2009. Nephrology: 6. Eight workshops on Kangaroo Mother Care at AIIMS and seven other hospitals during the Newborn Week in collaboration with the Nursing College. Neurology: 1. • • • • • • • Workshop on management of Rh Isoimmunization – Current concepts (February 2009) Paediatric Endocrinology Course for residents . evidence and art of non-invasive ventilation in the country by launching CPAP workshops in 2009. The Division also conducted two pilot testing workshops on Essential Newborn Care Package with support of WHO/SEARO (www. RESEARCH Funded projects Completed Gastroenterology. and Neonatology Quiz for MD students under the aegis of the National Neonatology Forum. the division of Neonatology also initiated national movement for education of science. Bangalore (May 2008. Hyderabad. August and November 2008 Three onsite workshops on Neonatal Ventilation. Workshops A total of 19 seminars/workshops or training courses were organised.90lakh. Faculty members delivered a total of 110 lectures in various national and international CME programmes and workshops. Pratima Ray. Neonatology: 16. Genetics: 14. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 421 . Three onsite workshops on essential Newborn Care for Nurses in Maulana. Ahmedabad. Nutrition and Dietetics: 7. Funds: Rs 19. In addition.newbornwhocc.October 2009 Two Thesis Writing and Research Methodology Workshop for young faculty members from Medical Colleges. Continuing Medical Education Conferences.org). Vadodara and Delhi. Funded by DST (2004–2007).coli and evaluation of NSP4 specific immune responses during natural rotavirus infection in children.

K. Funds: Rs 72.15 lakh Efficacy of zinc in the treatment of severe and very severe pneumonia in hospitalized children 2– 24 months of age. puberty and carbohydrate metabolism in children with cystic fibrosis.000. Funded by AIIMS (2007–08). S. Funded by DBT (2005–2008). Nephrology • Dose-ranging study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of olmesartan medoxomil in children and adolescents with hypertension. Funds: Rs 90.54. Pulmonology and Intensive Care • Development of CME on use of antiretroviral in HIV/AIDS.000 per year. M.87. Endocrinology • • Growth. Vandana Jain. Funds US$ 37000.• • The Indo-US collaboration to develop rotavirus vaccine. Funds: Rs 27.43lakh Safety and Immunogenicity of 116E rotavirus vaccine candidate.84 lakh AIIMS 2008-2009 / 422 • • . Kabra. Ongoing Oncology • Evaluation of anthracycline induced myocardial cardiotoxicity in children with cancer: A comparative study with echocardiography and MUGA. Funds: Rs 213. 2008. Funds: Rs. Genetics • Survey of prenatal diagnostic practices in India as a part of multi country survey – developing methods to facilitate informed choice taking into account concordance between the principles that govern the undergoing of prenatal tests and practice across Europe and beyond economic modelling study. Funded by Pfizer Research Division (2006).K.734. School of Public Health.60. Shinjini Bhatnagar. non-invasive (NI) RhD testing in Europe and Asia. Funded by NIH (2003–2008). Funds: Rs 7. Funded by University of Bergan. Gastroenterology. Funded by Hohns Hopkins Bloomberg. Norway. Funded by DBT (2000–2008). Funds: Rs 53.K.000. KIGS multinational growth survey. Vandana Jain. Hepatology and Nutrition • Zinc as an immunomodulator in the treatment of possible serious bacterial infections in infants more than 7 days and up to 2 months of age. Arvind Bagga. S. Funded by Sankyo Pharma (2006–2008). Rachna Seth. Bhan/Pratima Ray. Funded by AIIMS. Shinjini Bhatnagar. Bhan/Pratima Ray. USA (2006–2009). Funds: Rs 1 lakh. M. Funded by NIH (NI 776). Kabra. European Union (2005–2008). Funds: Rs 40. Shinjini Bhatnagar. Collaborative project with UCLA.K.64lakh Specific targeted research or innovation project.

79.60. Funded by ICMR (2009–12). USA (2008–2009). Funds: Rs. Molecular genetic studies in steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome. Arvind Bagga.53 lakh Effects of administering 10 mg of zinc orally to young infants aged 7 days and up to 4 months with possible serious bacterial infection on survival and function of peripheral blood mononuclear cells.53 crore.70 lakh. • • • • • • • • • Genetics • • COE Programme Support Project.600. Funds: Rs 0.79 lakh. H.K. Funded by DBT (2007– 2010). Madhulika Kabra. Madhulika Kabra.34 lakh Efficacy of stem cell in improvement of left ventricular function in patients with acute myocardial infaction. Delhi (2007–09). Madhumita Roy Chowdhury. Shinjini Bhatnagar.• Efficacy of zinc in the treatment of severe and very severe pneumonia in hospitalized children 2– 24 months of age. Pratima Ray. Funds: Rs 1. Evaluation of chikungunya infection in children and adults. D. Funded by DBT (2007–2010).94 lakh. Funds: Rs 42. Validation of strategies for rapid prenatal detection of aneuploides.464. Funds: Rs 35. Pratima Ray. Funds: Rs 17. Funds: Rs 9. Funds: Rs 26. Funded by DBT (2008– 2011). Neerja Gupta. Prasad. Funded by DBT (2006–2009).24. Funds: Rs40. Funded by DBT (2005–2008). Funded by WHO (2006–2009). Pankaj Hari. S.105. Funds: Rs 31.32. Funded by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Funds: Rs 3.79. Effects of administering 10 mg of zinc orally to young infants aged 7 days and up to 4 months with possible serious bacterial infection on survival and function of peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Shinjini Bhatnagar. Funds: Rs 4. Kabra. Evaluation of MLPA and Array CGH for the detection of cryptic subtelomeric rearrangements in idiopathic mental retardation. Molecular characterization of rotavirus strains infecting neonates born in the hospital and diarrheal children admitted at AIIMS. Funded by DBT (2007–2012). Funded by DBT (2008–2010). Ghosh.K. Etiology and characteristics of influenza and other pathogens in acute lower respiratory infection. Rashmi Shukla. Funded by DBT (2007–2009).400. Pratima Ray.37. Madhulika Kabra.97. Characterization of rotavirus strains from a multicentric Rotavirus study at AIIMS.10.680. USA (2008– 2009). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 423 • • . Deepika Deka. Funds: Rs 33. lakh Data management for intravenous autologus bone marrow-derived stem cell therapy of patients with acute ishaemic stroke: A multi-institutional project. Shinjini Bhatnagar.35.75. Shinjini Bhatnagar. Shinjini Bhatnagar.000. Madhulika Kabra. Funds: Rs 64.000. Shinjini Bhatnagar. School of Public Health. Funded by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg. Shinjini Bhatnagar. Funded by DBT (2007–2010). Hib meningitis sentinel surveillance in North India. Funded by DBT (2008–2010).

Deorari. A. V. Funded by DBT.K. Raghuram. Funds: Rs 11.020.08lakh. double-blind. Funds: US$ 29319.22. Funds: Rs 0. Pankaj Hari.K. Development of learning package on essential newborn care for nurses. requirements and effects of implementation of ‘Guidelines for optimal feeding of the low birth weight infant’ in health facilities. Funded by ICMR (2006–2009). V. Madhulika Kabra. Funds: US $ 25. Funds: Rs 5. Funded by ICMR (2006–2009).815. Deorari. A multicentre. Deorari. Paul. Evaluating the psychosocial and cognitive outcomes in acuate leukaemia. Agarwal. V. Suman Vashisht. Funded by WHO-SEARO. Paul. R. Randomized. Funds: Rs 4. Developing and testing low cost diaper for low birth weight babies. Funds: Rs 14. Savita Sapra. Paul. randomized. Madhulika Kabra.K.000. Funded by Shire Human genetic Therapies USA (2007–2009). Arvind Bagga.92 lakh. Identification of novel genes for non-syndromic hearing loss in the Indian population. R. WHO South East Asia Region – Neonatal Perinatal Database (SEAR-NPD). Agarwal. Funds: Rs 9. Agarwal. A. Rachna Seth. Suman Vashisht.180. V K Paul. Deepika Deka. Ramesh Aggarwal. Madhumita Roy Chowdhury. Funded by AIIMS (2007–2008). Rachna Seth. parallel-group study of gene-activated human glucocerebrosidase (GA-GCB) enzyme replacement therapy compared with imiglucerase in patients with type I gaucher disease. R. A. Suman Vashisht. Funds: Rs 2. A.28 lakh. A multicentre double-blind.K.K. Deorari. Funded by DBT (2007–2010).blind placebo-controlled trial. Funds: Rs 12 lakh. Funded by AIIMS 2008-2009 / 424 . parallel-group evaluation of 12 weeks of valsartan compared to enalapril in children 6–17 years of age with hypertension. A.21.87 lakh • • • Neprology • • • Antibiotic prophylaxis in the management of vesicoureteric reflux: A randomized double. Arvind Bagga. Funds: Rs 15 lakh. Funded by DBT (2007–2012). Madhulika Kabra. Manju Ghosh.41. Funded by ICMR (2007–2010). Funded by WHO-SEARO.K. Madhulika Kabra. Funds: Rs 54. • • • • • Neonatology • WHO multisite study: Feasibility. Sheffali Gulati.K. N. Deorari.• Evaluation of the diagnostic potential of foetal DNA in maternal plasma as a possible tool for noninvasive prenatal diagnosis of common single gene disorders. Funded by DST (2006–2009). To understand the deviation in cell signalling pathway of autism through neurotrophic factors (Insulin like Growth Factor) and undertake a randomized blinded trial with olanzepine to evaluate its effect on insulin like growth factor-1 (GF-1).K. Daily corticosteroids to prevent infection associated relapses in patients with frequently relapsing nephrotic syndrome. Newborn screening for congenital hypothyroidism and congenital adrenal hyperplasia: A multicentric study. cluinic symptoms of autism rating scales.67 lakh. Funded by WHO Geneva. Vandana Jain. Savita Sapra.

Pb 7800. clinical symptoms of autism and sutism rating scales. Funded by NIH. • Oncology • To understand the deviation in cell signaling pathway of autism through neurotrophic factors (Insulin like growth factor-1) and undertake a randomized blinded trial with olanzapine to evaluate its effect on Insulin like Growth fator-1 (IGF-1).270. Genetics 3. • A randomized double-blind multicentre study to evaluate the dose response of valsartan in children 1–5 years old with hypertension. Norway (2007–2009). Zinc supplementation in childhood tuberculosis patients in Delhi. AUTISM SPEAKS. 2. Funded by PPD Pharmaceutical Development India (2007–2009). Celiac disease in Down Syndrome. Funds: Rs 21 lakh. Comparison of serum and dietary erythrocyte magnesium in obese and non-obese children and its relation to insulin resistance. Funded by USAID.08. Funds: Rs 7. • Neurology • • A programme to improve injection practices in the country: An India CLEN study.734. Funds: Rs 25. Funds: Rs 1 lakh per year. Funded by Cystic Fibrosis Worldwide (CFW) (2006– 2010). Funds: Rs 15. N-5020 Bergen. Madhulika Kabra. National Trust. Shinjini Bhatnagar.60. Funded by Institute Research Grant (2008–2010). MD thesis. Pulmonology and Intensive Care • • Strengthening of CF services at AIIMS.000. Sheffali Gulati. Levamisole treatment for children with steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome: Multicentric doubleblind placebo-controlled randomized trial. India. funded by ICMR thesis grant. Research and Education (NUFU). Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (2006–2010).000.000. Funds: Rs 4lakh. Departmental Projects Completed Endocrinology 1. Funded by ACE pharmaceuticals. Arvind Bagga.30. Randomized placebo-controlled trial of valproate in children with spinal muscular atrophy. Funded by DST for three years. Neuro developmental disabilities among children in India: An INCLEN study. Funds: Rs 3. Funded by Norwegian Programme for Development. Arvind Bagga. Sheffali Gulati. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 425 .00. Sensitivity and specificity of the Biocard Celiac Disease kit in identifying patients of celiac disease. Dr Sami. Rachna Seth. Sheffali Gulati. Funds: Rs 4.PPD Pharmaceutical Development India (2007–2009).60. Netherlands.

Neurology 7. A study of chronic pancreatitis and other risk factors for the development of cancer of the pancreas. Genetic polymorphisms and expression of MTHFR and RFC-1 genes in NTD and CAD. Ms Shalu (PhD student). Changes in CD4 count with antitubercular therapy in HIV infected children with tuberculosis 14.4. Pramod Garg (Gastroenterology) Madhulika Kabra. Basal and stimulated cortisol levels in preterm and very low birth weight infants with and without shock: A case-control study. Glomerular filtration rate estimation in children using prediction equation from plasma creatinine and height. Non-invasive screening for early preclinical atherosclerosis in children on phenytoin or carbamazepine monotherapy for more than 18 months.controlled trial 12. Shivram S. Oral mucosal decontamination with chlorhexidine for prevention of ventilator associated pneumonia in children: A randomized-controlled trial 13. PhD thesis. Nephrology 6. Optimal maintenance intravenous fluids in hospitalized children 15. Blood ammonia levels in epileptic children on two dose ranges of valproic acid monotherapy 9. Genetics 3. Funded by CSIR fellowship. double-blind. Suman Vashisht. Ongoing Endocrinlogy 1. (with Gastrology). SRF fellowship of Mr Afaq Alam. Impaired glucose tolerance in children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis. Pulmonology and Intensive Care 11. Madhulika Kabra. Shastri. Effect of addition of oral montelukast to standard treatment in acute moderate to severe asthma in children between 5–15 years of age: A randomized. Immunodiagnosis of childhood tubercular meningitis by detection of antigens in cerebrospinal fluid using ELISA 10. Evaluation of ketogenic diet as add-on therapy in infants and young children with refractory epilepsy 8. Quality of life in HIV infected children. 2. Afaq Alam. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 426 . Molecular genetic studies in cystic fibrosis. placebo. 5.

20. 7. Evaluation of the efficacy of the modified atkins diet in children with refractory epilepsy: A randomized controlled trial. 9. 13.4. Ms Pallavi.5:1 ketogenic diet in intractable epilepsy in children between 6 Months and 5 years. Comparative cross sectional study of heart rate variability in well controlled vs refractory childhood epilepsy. 11. Effect of low dose folic acid supplementation on phenytoin induced gingival overgrowth: A randomized double-blind controlled trial. Efficacy of modified constraint induced movement therapy on upper extremity function in cerebral palsy children with asymmetrical motor impairment. ICMR fellowship. Comparison of daily versus intermittent (10 days a month) prednisolone therapy in ambulatory children with duchhene muscular dystrophy: An open label randomized controlled trial. Oncology 19. 16. 15. To study the clinical and neurodevelopmental profile in children with tuberous sclerosis. 12. Molecular genetic studies in Leukodystrophy. 5. Madhulika Kabra. double-blind. 8. 14. 18. Clinical profile of autistic children in India. Funded by UGC. Funded by ICMR. A randomized. Comparison of the full outline of unresponsiveness (FOUR) score coma scale and the glasgow coma scale (GCS) in children aged 5–18 years with non traumatic coma in predicting outcome (in-hospital mortality and functional outcome at discharge). Randomized open label comparative study of efficacy and tolerability of classical 4:1 versus 2. Madhulika Kabra. Ms Pallavi Shukla (PhD student). Evaluation of paediatric cancer survivors for long/late effects of cancer therapy AIIMS 2008-2009 / 427 . Molecular genetic studies in Rett syndrome. Behaviour problem in children and adolescents with epilepsy—Prevalence and risk factors: A hospital based cross sectional study. The evaluation of thyroid functions and thyroid antibodies in children with epilepsy on valproate monotherapy 17. Fellowship UGC. Ms Rajni Khajuria (PhD student). Neurology 6. Intranasal versus intravenous lorazepam for control of acute seizure in children: prospective open-labeled randomized equivalence trial. Evaluation of cardiac dysfunction in children with duchenne muscular dystrophy. 10. placebo-controlled study of donepezil on cognitive function and behaviour in children with fragile X syndrome.

Effect of ACTH treatment on serum levels of TNF-a. Glucose homeostasis in critically ill children Neonatology 24. Kharbanda. Evaluation of phototherapy units used for treatment of neonatal jaundice. 8. (with ENT). Body fat and its relationship with metabolic syndrome indicators in overweight pre-adolescents and adolescents (ongoing) (with Clinical Pharmacology. 27. Comparison of LED vs CFL phototherapy in treatment of Jaundice – randomized control trial.K. 2. 7. Genetics 4. IL-6. ICMR young diabetics registry (with Endocrinology and Metabolism). 9. 25.K.Ritu Duggal. 5. A comparative evaluation of changes in ultrasound dimensions of masseter muscle with EMG activity prior and subsequent to twin block therapy O. ( with Dentistry). 26.P. Formoterol and salbutamol in acute asthma. Efficacy of flutamide in reducing tumour size and vascularity in nasopharyngeal carcinoma (with ENT). CFTR mutations in congenital absence of vas deference (with Urology). South Campus). Hypoxemia in young infants a predictor of severity of illness. and IL-2 in patients of infantile spasms Y. Predictors of CPAP failure in respiratory distress in newborn. Surgery for drooling in children: Submandibular duct transposition and bilateral sublingual gland excision K. Evaluation of adaptive changes in masseter muscle dimensions and EMG activity following twin block and a phase of fixed appliance therapy . Neurology 6.21. Collaborative Projects Endocrinology 1.K. Completed in February 2009 after extension. Delhi University. Gupta. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 428 . Funds: Rs 14 lakh. ( with Dentistry). Funded by DBT for 3 years. An integrated approach for mutation analysis and identification of new gene(s) for X-linked mental retardation (with B. (with DM Clinical pharmacology). Arsenic versus ATRA in acute promyelocytic leukaemia Pulmonology and Intensive Care 22. 3. Medicine). Thelma. 23. Handa.

Agarwal G. Nutritional management of celiac disease – Challenges in India. Agarwal G. Singhi S. 16. Awasthi S. funded by CSIR. et al. Singhi S. Kabra SK. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Assessment of cardiac function by MUGA and conventional echocardiography and tissue doppler echocardiography in children with ALL receiving nthracycline chemotherapy has been undertaken and submitted as DM dissertation Pulmonology and Intensive Care 15. Detection of minimal residual disease (MRD) in B cell lineage acute lymphoblastic leukemia(ALL) at the end of induction by flowcytometry. Dr Jasmeet Kaur. IRCH) ( MD thesis received the ICMR grant) 11. Neonatology 20.Oncology 10. More V. Development of taqman based real timer quantitative polymerase chain reaction assay for detection of pneumocystis carinii/jerovacci pneumonia 18.75:S129–132. New Delhi (with VP Chest Institute.(Laboratory Oncology. A prospective study on nosocomial infections in a paediatric high risk unit with special reference to device associated infections. Antigenic and molecular characterization of influenza virus strains from acute respiratory infection (with Microbiology) . PLoS ONE 2008. A comparative study with echocardiography and MUGA (with Cardiology & Nuclear medicine) 14. Kabra SK. et al. Kulkarni M. 3. Evaluation of myocardial function in paediatric cancers and paediatric cancer survivors(Cardiology) : an ongoing evaluation for evaluation of long/late effects of cancer therapy 13. Pillai RM. Nosocomial infections in paediatric ICU 19. Does 3-day course of oral amoxycillin benefit children of non-severe pneumonia with wheeze: A multicentric randomized controlled trial. Senior Research Associate). Evaluation of expression of P-glycoprotein (P-gp) in retinoblastoma (RPC) (with MD thesis) 12. Evaluation of anthracycline toxicity in childhood cancers .3:e1991. Awasthi S. Agarwala A. Singh JV. Screening for CMV infection by PCR (with Microbiology) PUBLICATIONS Journals 1. Effectiveness of 3-day amoxycillin vs 5-day co-trimoxazole in the treatment of AIIMS 2008-2009 / 429 . 17. 2. ICMR-IndiaCLEN pneumonia project group. To detect sensitization to various allergens in moderate to severe persistent asthmatics and its relation with the outcome of their treatment.

Congenital tuberculosis: The value of laboratory investigations in diagnosis. Ali U. Mirdha BR. Das A. Paul VK. Nat Clin Pract Nephrol 2008. Wadhwa N. et al. Low osmolarity ORS and Zinc supplementation in the management of acute watery diarrhea in children. 12.28: S43–8. Chakravarthi RM. Wadhwa N. Diddi K. Dar L.27:841–3. Carlo W. Pandey A. J Med Microbiol 2009. Bhatnagar S.45:203–14.75 (SS1): S53–6. Bagga A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 430 . Management of steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome: Revised guidelines. 14. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Deorari AK. Pannu N. Chahar HS. Dattagupta S. Kumar H. Menon PS. Rai S. Bagga A. Sharma S. 10.54:382–9. Indian pediatric nephrology group. Dig Dis Sci 2008. et al. Bhan MK. Kapil A. Dahiya S. Mathur P. Thukral A. Role of fibrillin1 genetic mutations and polymorphism in aortic dilatation in patients undergoing intracardiac repair of tetralogy of fallot. Lameire N. Mishra AK. Makharia GK.136:757–66. Practical issues in dietary management of persistent diarrhoea in developing countries. Chan KY.58:688–9 17. Gaur G. Phadke KD. 9. Kaushik A. Rana T. Bhatnagar S. Pediatr Infect Dis J 2009. Indian Academy of Paediatrics. Uchino S. et al. Porwal C. et al. Kanitkar M. The contrasting characteristics of acute kidney injury in developed and developing countries. 16. 7. 4. Virol J 2008.5:1. Senguttuvan P. Arora J.non-severe pneumonia in children aged 2–59 months of age: A multicentric open labeled trial. Sood S. Epidemiology of acute kidney injury. Indian J Pediatr 2008. et al. Parasites in patients with malabsorption syndrome: A clinical study in children and adults. Balakrishnan P.75:377–83. Congenital cytomegalovirus infection in a highly seropositive semi-urban population in India. Symposium on steroid therapy. et al. Aggarwala A. 15. 8. Cerdá J. Bahl R. et al. 5. Chowdhury UK. Bhatnagar S. Guleria R. Central diabetes insipidus: Clinical profile and factors indicating organic etiology in children. Banerjee S. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Bhatia V. Dar L. Patro AR. Bajpai A. Research priorities to reduce global mortality from newborn infections by 2015. Wang H. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 2008.28:137–41. India. Eggers P. 6. Kant S. Indian Pediatr 2008. Cerdá J. 11. Indian Pediatr 2008. 18.45:463–8. Chawla D. Ann Trop Paediatr 2008. Parenteral nutrition. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2008. Kabra M. Pertussis in India.75:1037. Ray R. Lodha R. Bharaj P.3:881–6. Agarwal R. Concurrent infections by all four dengue virus serotypes during an outbreak of dengue in 2006 in Delhi. Ali N. Behera B. Deorari AK.75 (SS1):S123–8. 13. Kabra M. et al. Pediatr Infect Dis J 2008. Bagga A.53:672–9. Kher V. Pati SK. Indian J Pediatr 2008.4:138–53. Martines J. J Trop Pediatr 2008. Kabra SK. Bhatia V.

24:775–82. Mahajan P. Efficacy and safety of the angiotensin receptor blocker valsartan in children with hypertension aged 1 to 5 years. Indian society of pediatric nephrology.19. Deorari AK. et al. Mol Cytogenet 2008. 22. Habibi S.52:222–8. Bagga A. Hari P. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 431 .75:526– 8. Halder A. Wig N. Bagga A. 33. Indian Pediatr 2008. Bhatnagar S. Indian Pediatr 2008. and Nutrition Consensus Report on Celiac Disease. Gulati S. Larsen syndrome. Hypertension 2008. Mehta KP.12:348–53. Catassi C. Sharma SK. Meyers KE. Boschi-Pinto C. Gulati A. 26. Dinda A. Duggan C. J Trop Pediatr 2008. Lodha R. Indian J Pediatr 2008.47:214–9. Gupta AK. Mishra D. 28. Guleria R.6:1–6. Bagga A. Acute kidney injury: Standardizing terminologies. Pediatr Nephrol 2009.10. Kabra M.45:653–8. Jain M.2 microdeletion syndrome: Diagnosis and clinical manifestations of two cases. Dinda AK. Trop Doct 2008. PLoS 2009. 24. 21. Neto JP. Dirks M. Araya M. Vijayakumar M. Girish G. Gupta N. Federation of International Societies of Pediatric Gastroenterology. Indian Pediatr 2009. et al. Mosaic 22q11. Gupta N. Indian Pediatr 2008. Fasano A.54:261–4.50:321–7. Failure of prophylactic zinc in wilson disease. 31. Indian J Chest Dis Allied Sci 2008. Gupta N.46:35–47. Indian Pediatr 2008. de Paula Meneses R. 27. Agarwal R. 1: 18. et al. Randomized cross-over trial comparing albumin and frusemide infusions in nephrotic syndrome. Kabra M. Paul VK. Kalra V. Chan KY. Outcome of lupus nephritis in Indian children. et al.45:783–4. 25. Gulati A. Kumar L. Epidemiology of nosocomial infections in medicine intensive care unit at a tertiary care hospital in northern India. Hari P. Pandey RM. Gulati A. Guglani L. Use of different primer directed sequence amplification by polymerase chain reaction for identification of pneumocystis jirovecii in clinical samples. Hari P. Management of steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome. Fontaine O.45:323– 5. Paediatric valsartan study group.45:151–3. Zurowska A. 34. Agarwal S.18:348–54. Seth R. et al. Clin Exp Nephrol 2008. 30. Efficacy of two dose regimes of intravenous immunoglobulins in Rh disease. 20. Lodha R. Kosek M. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 2008. 32. Kabra SK. Dharmaraj R. Hepatology. Bagga A. Setting research priorities to reduce global mortality from childhood diarrhoea by 2015.38:233–5. Pyle metaphyseal dysplasia. Celiac Disease Working Group. Idiopathic collapsing glomerulopathy in children. Das CJ. 29. 23. Cameron D. Bagga A. Chawla D. Mohan A. Lupus 2009. Attitudes towards end-of-life issues amongst pediatricians in a tertiary hospital in a developing country. Flynn JT. Mirdha BR. Kabra M. Bhatnagar S. Sharma A. Gupta R.

Indian J Pediatr 2008. Pandey RM.45:917–9. Sahu J. 37. Sharma S. Kabra M. Indian J Pediatr 2008. 36. Mishra S. Prevalence of THFR C677T polymorphism in north Indian mothers having babies with trisomy 21 down syndrome. Jain R. Indian Pediatr 2008.46:2800–4. Sarthi M. and association with anti-ganglioside antibodies. et al. Wig N. 39. Kalra V. Cough in children.82:649–51. Antibiotics for preventing complications in children with measles.35. Jain V.CD001477. Singh T. Carbimazole embryopathybilateral choanal atresia and patent vitello-intestinal duct: A case report and review of literature. Dhawan B. Saharan S. Gupta N. Hilton DJ. Sahu JK. Gulati S. Kabra SK.45:991–4. Sankhyan N. Kohli U. Paul VK. J Child Neurol 2009. Kabra M. Arora S.75:1175–7.75:S1. Kannan L. outcome. Renuka K. Lodha R. et al. Persistent thrombocytopenia after dengue shock syndrome. Indian J Pediatr 2008. 48. Kabra SK. Kabra SK. No. Kapil A. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2008. Kalra V. Downs Syndr Res Pract 2008. Is nalidixic acid resistance linked to clinical virulence in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi infections? J Med Microbiol 2008. Sharma S. Art. Beriwal S. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Agarwal R. Paul VK.76:91–3. Deorari AK. Rhombencephalosynapsis: Association with single umbilical artery. 43.57:1046– 8.12:133–7. 45. 42. Lodha R. Kabra SK. Issue 3. Kabra SK. Kadhiravan T.75:82–3. Kalra V. Indian J Pediatr 2009. 40. Indian J Pediatr 2008. DOI: 10. Agarwal R. Loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay for detection of common strains of Escherichia coli. Chopra I. Fiber optic bronchoscopy in children: An audit from tertiary care centre. Childhood acute transverse myelitis: Clinical profile. J Pediatr Neurol 2008. Kartikeyan V. Age profile of neonatal deaths. Misra A. J Clin Microbio 2008. Jose B. 38. Hill J. Kalra V. Kohli U. Sharma S. Congenital hypothyroidism. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol 2008. Coshic P. Deorari AK. 41. 47. Blood and blood component therapy in neonates. 44.1002/ 14651858.6:325–8. 49. Agarwal R. Indian Pediatr 2008.: CD001477.75:489–95. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 432 . Chaudhry R. Lodha R. Comparison of efficacy and safety of divalproex sodium extended release tablets with sodium valproate for treatment of seizure disorder in children. Ramakrishnan L. Kapil A. ICMR Young Infant Study Group. Garg A. 46. Arya R. Ramesh P.24:1–6. ACTH therapy in refractory generalized epilepsy. Jain V. Paul VK.75:363– 7.

Indian J Biochem Biophys 2008. Lodha R. Malik J. Ray P. Kuttiat VS. Deka D. 62. Rachakonda G.75:791–4. Genetic diversity of norviruses and sapoviruses in children with acute sporadic gastroenteritis in New Delhi. Hari P. Profile of childhood poisoning patients at a tertiary care centre in north India.23:1495–502. Ray P. Indian J Pediatr 2008. 56. Lodha R.45:852–4. Follow-up of high risk neonates. Hari P. continuous fetal heart monitoring and decision to delivery time. Malik. Were M. Kumar S. Kabra SK. Dinda A. Kohli U. Myocardial cell injury is common in children with septic shock. Choudekar A. Deorari AK. Gupta SK. Sharma A. 54. Kohli U. Pediatr Nephrol 2008. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Parveen S. Nayak B.75:1249–52. Mantan M. Rifkin S. Menon PR. Alma Ata 30 years on: Relevant and time to revitalize. characterization and evaluation of rotavirus encapsulated PLA and PLGA particles for oral vaccination. Baruah J. Kabra M. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 433 . Sharma JB. 58.372:917–27. Do inhaled corticosteroids adversely influence glucose metabolism? Indian Pediatr 2009.26:154– 65.45:219–28. Lawn J. Indian J Pediatr 2008. 57.75:479–87. Indian Pediatr 2008.14:122–4. 60.50. Bhatnagar S. Bagga A. 61. Pyelonephritis presenting with severe acute renal failure. Chopra M. Kohli U. Kumar P. Paul VK.43:42–8. 55. J Clin Virol 2008. Ray P. Krishnamurthy S. Deorari AK.75:961–3. Evaluation of IFN-ã response to rotavirus and nonstructural protein NSP4 of rotavirus in children following severe rotavirus diarrhea. Roy KK. Paul VK.75:855–7. Bhatnagar S. Lodha R. Familial systemic lupus erythematosus with hypercalcemia. Kabra SK. Lodha R. Use of HbA estimation by CE-HPLC for prenatal diagnosis of beta-thalassemia experience from a tertiary care centre in north India: A brief report. India. Indian J Pediatr 2008. J Clin Virol 2008.43:202–6. Bagga A. 51.98:478–81. Sapra S. Lodha R. Kabra SK. Kabra SK. Panda AK. Concerns on the dosing of antitubercular drugs for children in RNTCP.46:293–4. Ray AR. Acta Paediatr 2009. Formulation. 64. J Microencapsulation 2009. Bagga A. 52. Karmakar D. Rohde JE. 59. Natural immunity to rotavirus infection in children. Arun S. Agarwal R. Bhan MK. Patwari A. Lancet 2008. Bhan MK. Vivekanandhan S. Cesarean section for suspected fetal distress. Sankar MJ. Rao S. 63. J. Hari S. Saxena R. Efficacy of intravenous pulse cyclophosphamide treatment versus combination of intravenous dexamethasone and oral cyclophosphamide treatment in steroid-resistant nephrotic syndrome. Indian J Pediatr 2008. 53. Sriram CS. Broor S. Hematology 2009.

Indian J Pediatr 2008. Sharma S. 79. Bagga A. 70. Indian J Pediatr 2009. Paul VK. Jain V. Balkrishnan P. Agarwal R. Lodha R. Kabra SK. Paul VK. Sharma A. Acute renal failure in neonates. Hemiconvulsion-hemiplegia-epilepsy syndrome: Sequential MRI follow-up. Deorari AK. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 434 . Subramanian S. Paul VK. Sankar J. 75. Lodha R.24:623–4. Sarthi M. 68. Subramanian S. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Lessons from the oracle children studies (OCS): Antibiotics for premature rupture of membranes and preterm labor – To use or not to use? Natl Med J India 2008.71:e3.47: 235–7. Laurence-moon-bardet-biedl syndrome. Agarwal R. Garg A. Sankar MJ. Pneumonia. Cystic white-matter changes in childhood Wilson’s disease. Sankar J. J Nepal Med Assoc 2008. Sahu JK. Sankar J. 80. 67. Kohli U. Sankar MJ. Sankar J. Perinatal HIV. 77.75:471–8. Pediatr Neurol 2008. Lodha R. Sankar MJ. Sharma S.75:359– 62. Mishra S. 66. Sharma S. Indian J Pediatr 2009. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Deorari AK. Agarwal R. Lodha R. Lodha R. 81. Lodha R.75:459–69. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Indian J Pediatr (Suppl) 2008. Bagga A. 73. Deorari AK. Mitra DK. Agarwal R. Paul VK. 71.76 (SS1):S11–S17. Thrombotic microangiopathy associated with plasmodium vivax malaria. 76. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Sankar MJ. Sankar J.76 (SS1):S46– S52. Doxofylline: The next generation methylxanthine. Chronic lung disease in newborns. Indian J Pediatr 2008.39:281–2. Unusual lymphocytosis with systemic lupus erythematosus. 72. Protocol for administering continuous positive airway pressure in neonates. Kalra V.65. Management of septic shock where do we stand. Deorari AK. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Deorari AK.75:369–76. Acute bacterial meningitis. Kabra SK. Kabra SK. Sankhyan N. Gulati S. Kumar R. Indian J Pediatr 2008.76:S18– S24. Agarwal R. Sarthi M.75:1167–9.75:385–91. Quinolones where do we use. Pediatr Nephrol 2009. 74. Lodha R. Deorari AK. Saharan S.21:292– 93. 69.75:251–4. Sankar MJ. Paul VK. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Kabra SK. Recurrent pneumonia in children. Saharan S. Lodha R.75:748–50.75:S22– S27. Feeding of low birth weight infants. Sankhyan N. Kabra SK. Kamate M. Neurology 2008. Sankhyan N. 78. Kabra SK.

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2004:589–606. Kabra SK. Tuberculosis. Hari P. Kohli U. 2004:607–19. 2009:591–601.000 2. Kabra M. 2009:440–3.2. Kabra M. 6th ed. In: Sharma SK (ed). In: Khilnani P (ed). 5. In: Khilnani P (ed). Lodha R.225 698 3. Inborn errors of metabolism. 2009:488–500. Singhi SC.526 318 4. 4th ed. 2008.513 1. Essential Pediatrics.143 4. PATIENT CARE Outpatient Services Department of Paediatrics provides general OPD services daily from 9 a.106 3. Genetic disorders. Chronic kidney disease. Nichols DG (ed). Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Diseases. 2009:351–8.089 499 1. 8. Gupta N. There are 15 superspeciality services provided by department. Ghai OP. Critical viral infections. Recent advances in surgery. 4th ed.954 1. In: Ghai OP.006 1. New Delhi: IK International Publishing House. IAP Text book of Pediatrics. Lodha R.202 1. In: Parthasarthy A (ed). Lodha R. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Phadke KP.308 4615 817 5.224 380 325 445 487 264 148 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 437 Old cases 37. Paul VK (ed). Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Diseases. Kabra M. Cystic Fibrosis. Gupta P. In: Ghai OP. Paul VK (ed). In: Parthasathy A (ed). 7.285 1. Rogers’ Handbook of Pediatric Intensive Care. IAP Textbook of Pediatrics.386 1.509 1. Tuberculosis in children. Lodha R. 4.552 . Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. 4th ed.m. Jain Y. Gupta P. 9. 10. 6. In: Gupta RL (ed). Gupta P. 2009: 307–22. 2nd ed.218 1.404 Total attendance 67.540 1. In: Helfaer MA. Azar K. Kabra M. New Delhi: IK International Publishing House. Kabra SK. Air Leak syndromes. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Campbell JD. Essential Pediatrics. in Paediatrics OPD. Lodha R. 2nd ed. which are as follows: Name of Service General OPD Paediatric Neurology Myopathy clinic Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition Well Baby Clinic High Risk Neonatology Clinic Paediatric Nephrology Paediatric Chest Paediatric Tuberculosis Paediatric Rheumatology New cases 30. 3. 6th ed. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers 2009:757–60.

Dietetics services were provided to patients attending Paediatric Gastroenterology. 24 hour recall charts. Genetics clinic. Patients admitted in ORU Regular admissions (Long admission) Admissions in day care facility (Short admission) Patients admitted in Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) Procedures and laboratory investigations Endocrinology Water deprivation test Vasopressin challenge test ACTH stimulation test AIIMS 2008-2009 / 438 10 10 20 1000 1710 3023 230 .400 740 57.435 3. Paediatric Endocrinology clinic. Revised nutrition monitoring charts. Paediatric Renal clinic.482 99.680 123 94 1. Children requiring intensive care are admitted in Paediatric Intensive care unit which is well equipped to provide care to critically ill children. Paediatric Chest clinic and General OPD services. Myopathy clinic. Indoor Services Indoor services include admission facilities in general wards. day care facility. Children suffering from acute diarrhoeal diseases are admitted and provided with oral rehydration therapy in Oral rehydration unit (ORU) situated in C5 ward.204 In addition Cystic fibrosis and Paediatric HIV services were provided in Paediatric Chest clinic. Physiotherapy Services were provided to the patients in Neurology clinic.400 1. Development clinic.430 1. Genetics.Genetics and birth defects Paediatric Oncology Paediatric Cancer Survivor clinic Paediatric Endocrine and Metabolism Development defect clinic Grand total 1. oral rehydration unit and paediatric intensive care facility.224 575 2.101 481 1. Children requiring short procedures or interventions are admitted for a day in day care facility situated in C5 ward. Hepatology and Nutrition clinic. Nutritive value. Rheumatology clinic and OPD services.000 742 46.500 929 2. Paediatric Chest Clinic.

HCG stimulation test GnRH stimulation test Dexamethasone suppression test GH stimulation test Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition Dietetics counselling services EST Diagnostic Duodenal biopsy Stricture dilation Colonoscopy Foreign Body Liver Biopsy D-xylose 24 hours faecal fat estimation Immunofluorescene assay (IFA) to detect anti-endomysial antibodies (AEA) and tissue transglutaminase ELISA for diagnosis of celiac Nitro-blue tetrazolium test for CGD Serum Zn estimation Serum Cu estimation Serum ‘Mg’ estimation (Research) Genetics Developmental/Behavioural evaluation and intervention Cytogenetics laboratory Peripheral blood cultures Cord cultures for karyotyping Chromosomal breakage studies 40 20 10 10 2735 400 462 115 30 35 5 80 20 35 615 615 75 2500 2500 400 1435 344 62 78 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 439 .

of patients with multiple enzyme assays Disorder Metachromatic. Arylsulfatase A â-Glucosidase AIIMS 2008-2009 / 440 .Biochemical laboratory Prenatal diagnosis for high risk pregnancies by triple test MSAFP Âeta-hCG Free estriol AFP Âeta-hcG TLC for disorders of amino acid metabolism Urine Plasma Disorders of mucopolysaccharidosis (Urine spot test) Homocystenuria test Urine Plasma Reducing substances in urine DNPH FeCl 3 Urine Porphyria Oligosaccharides Blood ammonia 46 1 263 257 255 6 6 22 255 1 87 1627 1627 1627 1627 58 51 Enzyme assays for inborn error of metabolism Total no. Enzyme assay 1. of Pts 65 30 S. of patients with single enzyme assay No. patients for Enzyme Assays • • No.Leukodystrophy Gaucher disease 281 249 32 No. No. 2.

Amniotic fluid Rh genotyping 17. Thalassaemia prenatal diagnosis 3. Spinal muscular atrophy prenatal diagnosis 9. 10. 6. Intersex cases for genotyping 340 120 213 19 35 3 58 16 7 4 1 1 107 1 6 2 78 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 441 . 9. á-Iduronidase Iduronate Sulfatase Galactosose-6-sulphate sulphatase â-Galactosidase Arylsufatase B â-Glucuronidase Hexosamionidase A Galactose-1-phosphateuridyl transferase Biotinidase (screening test) Hurler syndrome (MPS I) Hunter syndrome (MPS II) Morquio (MPS IV A) GM1 Gangliosidosis and Morquio B (MPS IV B) Maroteaux-lamy syndrome (MPS VI) MPS VII Tay-sachs (GM 2) Galactosaemia 23 19 10 27 6 8 18 34 40 Molecular laboratory 1. Duchenne muscular dystrophy prenatal diagnosis 5.3. Duchenne muscular dystrophy family studies 4. Spinal muscular atrophy family studies 8. Hemophilia A prenatal diagnosis 11. Xmn polymorphism studies 16. Cystic fibrosis family studies 6. 5. Fragile X screening 14. 4. Hemophilia A family studies 10. Cystic fibrosis prenatal diagnosis 7. Hemophilia B prenatal diagnosis 13. Hemophilia B family studies 12. 8. Thalassaemia mutation studies 2. 7. 11. Fragile X Prenatal diagnosis 15.

Sequencing for diagnosis and prenatal test Nephrology Hemodialysis Acute peritoneal dialysis (including automated peritoneal dialysis) Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis Plasmapheresis sessions Temporary hemodialysis catheter placement: (internal jugular. VER) Arterial Lactate CSF Lactate Muscle biopsies Nerve biopsies Skin biopsies Oncology Bone marrow examination Pulmonology and Intensive Care Sweat chloride estimation Fibre-optic bronchoscopy Spirometry Skin prick testing Mechanical ventilation Arterial blood gas analysis AIIMS 2008-2009 / 442 10 1 30 69 710 133 12 90 128 115 3 1768 293 280 95 207 7 10 560 225 655 65 200 10000 .18. subclavian. femoral) Renal biopsy Renal transplantation Neurology Electroencephalography Electrophysiological studies (EMG. MTHFR 21. BERA. Skeletal dysplasia mutations 19. Skeletal dysplasia prenatal 20. NCV.

2008:16–17.Electrolyte estimation Rheumatology Intra articular steroid injection Tuberculosis Induce sputum Ambulatory gastric aspirate Quantiferon gold assay Community Service and camps 7000 30 50 50 25 In Paediatric Oncology division the ‘parent support group – doctor meet’was heldd in which an interactive meeting between parents of children with various forms of childhood malignancies was held every three to four months in which various issues pertaining to childhood cancers were dealt with.15 Feb 2009. 3 September 2008. Rise and Shine. CMET. A small film had been created by the treating physicians highlighting the importance of the health. 3rd Childhood diabetes-celiac meet. ‘Healthy. 2008:32. AIIMS. Workshop manual of certificate course in clinical nutrition (Level 1) titled ‘effective nutrition support in hospitalized patients’. 11 March 2008. A booklet released during the Nutrition Week on the occasion of Healthy Lifestyle Exhibition organized by Dietetics Department. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 443 . In: Chand A (ed). Agarwala A. Enteral and parenteral formulations. Endo-gastro Units. Agarwala A. Agarwala A. 2008:34. 19 October 2008. children were shown and explained the importance of these issues on International Childhood Cancer Day. hygiene and nutrition programme. Financial support was provided to these patients through the Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi. by providing medications and financial assistance for education to Paediatric Cancer survivors with the help of NGOs like CANKIDS and CPAA. Prime Ministers relief fund. wealthy ‘n’ wise’. Parent interaction meeting for Rett syndrome. Mukerjee A. Paediatric Endocrine division organized 2 interactive educational meets for children with type 1 diabetes and their parents and one for children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Department of Paediatrics and Endocrinology. A NGO ‘CANKIDS’ helps with the organization of the event. Mail today: Education (special Initiative). What’s Hot – Times of India. Agarwala A. Accommodation facilities were provided for patients coming from distant places at dharamshalas. Kaur P. AIIMS. AIIMS. An ISPEN – PENSA initiative. Guide to healthy lifestyle for adolescents. et al.

Expert Group. The Division of Neonatology was nodal centre for National Neonatal Perinatal Database for six countries in SE Asia Region namely Nepal. Rated as the best Paediatrics Department in India by the magazine The Week for the second consecutive year.K. Dr Vandana Jain was awarded the Lawson Wilkins Paediatric Endocrine Society International Scholar Award for the year 2008 which enabled a visit to the division of Endocrinology at the Department of Paediatrics. Delivered “H Paramesh oration” on community acquired pneumonia in RESPICON . Davangere . Bangladesh. USA for a period of 3 months from May to July 2008. 5. Thailand and Indonesia. 1–2 November 2008. in collaboration with the Nursing College. Member. IAP chapter. Government of India. 3. 4. European League Against Rheumatism (2005–2008). Kabra was Chaired taskforce meeting of ICMR on Childhood HIV infection on at head quarters. Dr Pankaj Hari was elected Secretary. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS 1. neglect and child labour. Member. Dr Arvind Bagga was elected Member. Ann Arbor. Child abuse. University of Michigan. Expert Group on Classification of Childhood Vasculitides. Dr S. The Genetics division continued to be Centre of Excellence recognized by the Department of Biotechnology. WHO Collaboarting Centre for Training and Research in Newborn Care for the South East Asia Region. Deorari was conferred Fellowship of National Academy of Medical Sciences in Jammu during Annual Convention. Indian Society of Paediatric Nephrology. 6. WHO Collaboarting Centre for Clinical Genetics for the South East Asia Region.K. Acute Kidney Injury Network (2005–2008). Dr Rachna Seth was elected life member. The Division of Neonatology. launched the most comprehensive capacity development initiative ever on Kangaroo Mother Care in the Delhi State by conducting eight workshops in different hospitals during the Newborn Week. Paediatrics Board. 2. Medical Council of India (2007–09). 7. Delivered the first Annual Oration of the Rajasthan Chapter of National Neonatology Forum.AWARDS HONOURS Dr Vinod Paul was elected as a member of the American Paediatric Society (the first Indian neonatologist and second Indian paediatrician to be bestowed this prestigious membership). Dr A.21 November 2008. A team of doctors and nurses of the department developed a high quality training tool on Essential Newborn Nursing based on participatory learning methods for nurses working in district hospital AIIMS 2008-2009 / 444 . Dr Pratima Ray was Awarded ICMR International fellowship for senior biomedical scientist 2007. Sri Lanka. Elected life member of American Society of Virology.

Essential Newborn Nursing Courses. Technical Advisory Group. Technical Advisory Group. Division of Neonatology has created a website www. Organizer and Co-coordinator. Delhi Government Hospitals (March 2009). software for data collection etc developed by Neonatology Division. Organizer of Pilot Testing Course. Member of the scientific/technical advisory committees of the following international organizations: The Global Alliance for the Prevention of Prematurity and Stillbirhs (GAPPS). Child Health Technical Advisory Committee. Member. Member. 4–7 March 2009. AIIMS. 8–11 September 2008. Member.org. Neonatal Ventilation Workshops Bangalore (May 2008). It clocked 100000 cumulative hits this year.K. Member. He also led two UNICEF missions for training of Paediatricians in Sri lanka November 2008 and February 2009. Dr V. Two postgraduate students (Dr Meenakshi Bothra and Dr Suman Sarkar) received the prestigious ICMR fellowships for the thesis work. 9. Governing Body. WHO South East Asia Region and addressed the WHO South East Asia Regional Meeting on Primary Health Care in Jakarta on the ‘Role of Health Sector in Promoting Health Equity’. National Child Health Resource Centre. Ambala College of Nursing Maulana. Chairperson and Cocoordinator. the Saving Newborn Lives initiative of the Save the Children (US). Paul is leading a technical group constituted by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to develop the Newborn and Child Health Policy 2009. 8. the Advisory Group of the American Academy of Paediatrics on Neonatal Resuscitation and the newly-launched Maternal Health Task Force. Chairperson and Organizer. 19 March 2008. The website highlights the activities and provides free access to learning resource materials. Provided technical oversight for the training module for the ASHA workers under the Norway India Partnership Initiative. ICMR task Force study on home based Management of young Infants: five site study (Funded by ICMR and Government of India. Member. Member. International Advisory Panel for the NRHM. HO-SEARO and AIIMS WHO-CC. Research NGO SNEHA (Mumbai). Essential Newborn Care Package. July 2008. 21–25 November 2008. Member. Member. Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH).with the assistance of SEARO-WHO office. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 445 . Continued to be the Board Member of the Global Partnership for Maternal. Committee on Codex of the Ministry of Women and Child Development. Core team member.newbornwhocc. New Delhi. Member. Was a temporary advisor to WHO Geneva for developing WHO guidelines for neonatal resuscitation and to advise on the Healthy Babies Breathe programme of the AAP. the advisory panel of the credentials committee of the National Academy of Medical Sciences. Conducted the first evaluation of the multi-skilling course in newborn care for general duty medical officers in Gujarat and conducted a planning workshop to develop newborn care units in J&K. National Neonatology Forum. 19–22 January 2009. Vadodara. Dr A. Gujarat. Advisory Group. Advanced Ventilation Workshop. State of Gujarat has undertaken systematic scaling of this programme with introduction of ENBC in pre-service education. Committee on Food Fortification of the Ministry of Women and Child Development.K. Indo-US Joint Working Group on Maternal and Child Health Research. Member. Deorari served as WHO consultant to DPR Korea for promoting Essential Newborn Care. Sure Start project (Gates Foundation / PATH India). Ahmedabad (November 2008) and Hyderabad (February 2009). Colombo Sri lanka for Pediatricians.

AIIMS 2008-2009 / 446 . Dr Satish Mishra NNF Gold Medal for the paper ‘Transcutenous bilirubinometry reduces need for sampling in late preterm and term neonates’ NNF meeting at Calcutta. Warwick University U. official Journal of American Academy of Paediatrics and Paediatric Nephrology. Dr Pratima Ray was a Reviewer for Infection Genetics and Evolution (Elsevier). Annual Conference. and Reviewer for Paediatrics.Chief Scientific Officer SEQUANOM . Working Group of Celiac Disease. Editorial Consultant of Indian Journal of Pediatrics. Australia. Dr Sushma Nangia Her paper ‘Topical coconut oil application reduces Tran epidermal water loss in reterm very low birth weight neonates: A randomized clinical trial’ was judged as the best research Paper. Dr Charles Cantor . Indian Pediatrics. USA (January 2009). World Health Organization. Central Board of Secondary Education. Victoria. PHOCON of IAP. Dr S. Assessed PhD thesis for the Swinburn University of Technology. Member.K. Technical Advisory Board for Diarrhoea. Indian Journal of Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Diseases journal. Dr Shinjini Bhatnagar was elected Member. panel discussion on Myelodysplastic syndrome. Journal of International Pediatric nephrology Association. Dr Priya Kishnani University of Duke USA (July 2008).K. Commonwealth Association of Paediatric Gastroenterology. Bulletin Indian Society of Pediatric Nephrology. SPR meeting at Boston 2008. Neurology projects for Indian Council of Medical Research and National Trust. December 2008. Current Pediatrics. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. Expert Committee member. Dr Shamsher Dalal NNF Gold Medal for Social Neonatology on ‘Feeding behaviour of LBW neonates’ NNF meeting at Calcutta. IAP.Dr Arvind Bagga was the Associate Editor. Dr Ramesh Agarwal served as an expert in WHO Task Force Committee on Management of neonatal seizures. Dr Rachna Seth was an Invited participant to the National consultative on G-CSF and Peg G –CSF. Ms Anuja Agarwala was elected Executive member. Dr Pankaj Hari was elected Member. Paediatric Hematology chapter. Editor. December 2008. annual conference. Member. Participant. Core Group Member. Chronic Kidney Disease Registry. (February 2009). Hepatology and Nutrition. Kabra was the Editor. Disease Outbreak Prevention and Response Cell (DOPRC). Indian Society of Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition (ISPEN) 2008. VISITING SCIENTISTS • • • Dr Leeza O. Indian Society of Nephrology. Dr Sheffali Gulati was served as Expert. International Advisory Board.

Editor. Dr Jose Marines (April 2008). American Acdemy of Paediatrics Steering Committee on Neonatal Resuscitation (January 2009). Department of Paediatrics. Department of Paediatrics. Dr Nalini Singhal. Intensive Care Unit. Dr Ole Soder. Stockholm. WHO Geneva. Medical Director. Chief. Dr Susan Niermeyer and Dr William Keenan. Pediatric Pulmonology (February 2009). Drexel University College of Medicine. • • • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 447 . University of Calgary. Head of Paediatrics. Canada (January 2009). Dr Victor Chernick. Dr Olivier Fontaine (November 2008) and Rajiv Bahl (November 2008). Chairman. Armed Forces Hospital. Section of Critical Care.• • Professor PSN Menon. Kuwait (September 2008) Dr Venkat Shankar. Karolinska University. Sweden (March 2009). USA (December 2008). WHO Child and Adolescent Health department. Pennsylvania. Associate Professor of Paediatrics.

AIIMS. Bajpai Short. New Delhi. thesis presentations Trainees on rotation—MCh trainee in Neurosurgery. Bhatnagar Associate Professors S.K. journal clubs. Lectures delivered Professor D. Kolkata. Gupta organized the • International symposium on ‘Stem cells—Promises and potentials’. DM trainees in Neonatology. 14 June 2008.K. on his 80th Birthday celebrations. Gupta • Delivered the guest lectures during the workshop on ‘Anorectal malformations’. Gupta Professors V. this included of seminars.and long-term training Several students from various countries underwent short-term and long-term training. Continuing Medical Education Professor D. on.K. —Recent concepts including MRI for anorectal anomalies —Management of ARM with krikenbeck —Role of laparoscopy in anorectal malformation —Re-do Surgery for anorectal anomalies —Long-term follow-up on anorctal anomalies AIIMS 2008-2009 / 448 .26 Paediatrics Surgery Professor and Head D. Postgraduate and Paramedical • • • • Teaching of undergraduate medical and nursing students Postgraduate teaching and training of MCh Paediatric Surgery trainees. case discussions.9. Srinivas M. MS trainees in General Surgery Training of BSc and MSc Nursing students M. 15–16 August 2008. Agarwala EDUCATION Undergraduate. the founder of the Department of Paediatric Surgery. Felicitation of Professor P Upadhyaya.

Kukuoka. Guwahati. 19 May 2008 Delivered the guest lectures during the Live Operative Workshop on Hypospadias. Vellore. —Minilap and operative cholangiogram for neonatal cholestasis —Esophageal replacement by reverse gastric tube —Posterior sagittal ano-recto-plasty for high anorectal anomalies in a male —Abdomino-perineal posterior sagittal ano-recto-vagino-plasty with tubularisation of p o u c h colon for cloacal malformation in a female. Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons. Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry Chapter. Live operative demonstrations at the CME and Live operative workshop. VII Annual Paediatric Surgical Conference. AIIMS. ‘Biochemical and bone densitometry changes after sigmoid colocystoplasty in children’. 28 September 2008. Pondichery. CME session I. — Difficult Hypsopadias — Intersex Disorders – diagnosis without tears • Delivered the guest lectures during the International Symposium on ‘Stem Cell Applications – Promises and Potentials’. Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry Chapter. 2 October 2008. 34th Annual Conference. Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons. 10–12 July 2008. Bhatnagar • ‘Reconstruction of urinary bladder exstrophy without pelvic osteotomy’. 10–12 July 2008. New Delhi. Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons. ‘Evaluation of results in bladder exstrophy’. Karnataka Chapter of IAPS. Karnataka Chapter of IAPS. Symposium on ‘Epispadias-exstrophy’. on. University of Kyushu. Bangalore. 4 December 2009. CME. 16–17 August 2008. Bangalore. 28 September 2008. VII Annual Paediatric Surgical Conference. CMC Vellore. Assam.—As panelist during the panel discussion on ARM —Chaired the scientific session on ‘Congenital Pouch Colon’ • • Guest lecture on Paediatric Oncology in India. Symposium on Paediatric Oncology. 22–24 August 2008. ‘Surgical reconstruction in bladder exstrophy’. on —Stem cell application in regenerative medicine – introductory lecture —Role of stem cell in hepatic fibrosis – a pilot study in biliary atresia Professor V. Symposium on ‘Epispadias-exstrophy’. New Delhi. Japan. ‘Epispadias-exstrophy’. on. CME on Paediatric Urology. • • • • • AIIMS 2008-2009 / 449 . JIPMER. 9th Asian Congress of Urology.

Live Operative Workshop on Hypospadias. AIIMS. • Professor D. Upadhyaya. 1–3 March 2009. Dr Sandeep Agarwala • RCN guidelines for treatment of hepatoblastoma. Annual meeting of the Indian Society for Nephrology. Pune. on. Mumbai.K. Guest lecture on Paediatric Oncology in India. New Delhi. 13 April 2008. Gopal. Kukuoka.K. Gupta • Felicitation function held to honour Professor C. National and International Conferences Lectures delivered Professor D. Pondicherry. on his 80th birthday celebrations. —Recent concepts including MRI for anorectal anomalies —Management of ARM with Krikenbeck —Role of laparoscopy in anorectal malformation —Re-do surgery for anorectal anomalies —Long-term follow-up —As the panelist during the panel discussion —Chair the scientific session on congenital pouch colon • • • Guest lecture on paediatric trauma during the International conference. 28–30 November 2008.J. Annual meeting of SIOPEL. 15–16 August 2008. 14 June 2008. Sirifort auditorium. 20 December 2008. Felicitation function to honour Professor P. Japan. the first MCh Student from the department to have taken over as the Vice Chancellor of the KGM University and Professor Narpat Singh. AIIMS. Gupta • Delivered the Guest Lectures during the workshop on ‘Anorectal malformations’. —Difficult Hypsopadias —Intersex Disorders – diagnosis without tears AIIMS 2008-2009 / 450 . CME cum Live Workshop. B. JIPMER. 19 May 2008. University of Kyushu.Professor M Bajpai • • Clinical presentation. 8 May 2008. 22–24 August 2008. Kolkata. on. New Delhi. New Delhi. Munich.S. Wadia hospital. CME on Intersex disorders. genetics and decision-making in the management of True hermaphrodites. pathology. the founder of the Department of Paediatric Surgery. Medical Superintendent on receiving the BC Roy Award. ‘Surgery vs medical treatement of VUR-A debate’.

Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons. Chattopadhyaya (Biochemistry). ‘Germ cell tumours’. Dr Sandeep Agarwala • • • ‘Patient care. 15–30 September 2008. New Delhi. P. —Minilap and operative cholangiogram for neonatal cholestasis —Esophageal replacement by reverse gastric tube —Posterior sagittal ano-recto-plasty for high anorectal anomalies in a male —Abdomino-perineal posterior sagittal ano-recto-vagino-plasty with tubularisation of pouch colon for cloacal malformation in a female.K. Funded by DST. AIIMS. Yorkhill.K. Funds: Rs 30 Lakh. Royal Hospital for Sick Children. RESEARCH Funded projects • N-myc gene amplification by polymerase chain reaction in neuroblastoma and tumour surveillance by detecting tyrosine hydroxylase protein using RT PCR’. D. Clinical grand round. A concept model: Role of autologus and human stem cell in an experimental model of biliary atresia in rats (with Department of Stem Cell facility. Glasgow. UK. S. Glasgow. Gupta. Pathology. Yorkhill. Royal Hospital for Sick Children. M. AIIMS). Melanocyte cell culture and transplantation in albinos. Funded by ICMR (2008). —Stem cell application in regenerative medicine – introductory lecture —Role of stem cell in hepatic fibrosis – a pilot study in biliary atresia Professor V. 15–30 September 2008. Bhatnagar • • ‘Surgical options in anorectal malformations’. Glasgow. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 451 • • • . Bajpai. Royal Hospital for Sick Children. Gupta. UK. Live operative demonstrations at the CME and Live operative workshop. 10–12 July 2008. research and training at AIIMS’. VII Annual Paediatric Surgical Conference. New Delhi. 15–30 September 2008. Funded by DST for 3 years (2008– 2011). D. Agarwala. 16–17 August 2008.K. Yorkhill. on. on. Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry Chapter. UK.• International Symposium on ‘Stem cell applications – promises and potentials’. 14 October 2008. joint research Project with AIIMS. CMC Vellore. National Institute of Immunology. Funded by DBT (2005–2007). Gupta. D. AIIMS. ‘Wilms tumour’. A study on clinical and molecular markers of the chronic interstitial nephropathy in congenital unilateral ureteropelvic junction obstruction.

interleukin–6 (IL6). • • Departmental projects Completed • • • Conservation of circulating blood volume in portal hypertension (Haematology. Long-term results following tubularisation of pouch colon for pull through(with Radiodiagnosis) To study the role of renin angiotensin system blockade on renal recovery in experimentally induced unilateral ureteric obstruction: A morphometric analysis. Ongoing • • • • • • • • Antibiotic prophylaxis in the management of vesicoureteric reflux: A multicentric randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial (with Paediatrics). M. ACE I/D gene polymorphism in ‘Vesico ureteric reflux’ and its correlation with transforming growth factor-b1. Results of the outcome of treatment of neuroblastoma in children by using moderately intense chemotherapy consisting of cyclophosphamide. Comparison of imaging modalities in the evaluation of portal hypertension (Radiodiagnosis). soluble TNF receptor-1. Funded by AIIMS Research Grant for one year (2008–09). interleukin–6 (IL6). Long-term results following Kasai’s procedure for biliary atresia. Volumetric analysis of the spleen in portal hypertension (with Radiodiagnosis). Bajpai. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 452 • • .• ACE I/D gene polymorphism in ‘Posterior urethral valves’ and its correlation with transforming growth factor-b1. soluble TNF receptor-1. Sandeep Agarwala. Tumour Necrosis Factor (TNF)-a. Funded by DST. doxorubicin. No funding. Funds: Rs one Lakh. and plasma renin activity in the early diagnosis of renal damage. microalbuminurea. Long-term results of oesophageal replacement by reverse gastric tube (with Radiodiagnosis. Nuclear Medicine). Nuclear Medicine). M. etoposide and cisplatin in combination with surgery and radiotherapy. Tumour Necrosis Factor (TNF)-a. Genetic parameters of neuroblastoma: A study on fine needle aspiration cultures. Bajpai. Funded by DST. microalbuminurea. To study the effect of ipsilateral ureteric obstruction on contra lateral kidney and the role of renin angiotensin system blockade on renal recovery in experimentally induced unilateral ureteric obstruction: A morphometric analysis. A clinical and urodynamic study on the effects of oral tolterodine on serial alterations in neurogenic detrusor overactivity vis-à-vis oral oxybutynin in children (withexisting oxybutynin users). Outcome of patients with antenatally diagnosed unilateral pelviureteric junction obstruction managed conservatively and surgically. angiotensin II. ngiotensin II and plasma renin activity in the early diagnosis of renal damage. The role of nitric oxide in portal hypertension (with Biochemistry).

Long-term follow-up of patients after augmentation cystoplasty (with Endocrinology and Metabolism). chemoresponse and prognosis (with Pathology). No funding. Volumetric analysis of the spleen in portal hypertension (with Radiodiagnosis). Prospective study of treatment of children with hepatoblastoma on treatment with PLADO regime. Conservation of circulating blood volume in portal hypertension (with Haematology. cell proliferation and cytokeratin 19 expression in subtyping and prognosis (with Pathology).• • • • • • • Results with the use of platinum based regimes in the treatment of pediatric malignant germ cell tumours. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 453 . No funding. Hepatoblastoma: Role of DNA ploidy. The role of nitric oxide in portal hypertension (with Biochemistry). Prospective study of treatment of children with Wilms’ tumour on treatment with NWTS-5 regimen. No funding Prospective study on five drug regimen for the management of clear cell sarcoma of the kidney. Prospective study of treatment of children with rhabdomyosarcoma on treatment with IRS-5 regimen. Collaborative Projects Completed • • • • • Renal function reserve in hydronephrotic children (with Nuclear Medicine). Ongoing • • • • • • • Antibiotic prophylaxis in the management of vesicoureteric reflux: A multicentric randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial (with Paediatrics). No funding. Comparison of imaging modalities in the evaluation of neonatal cholestasis (with Radiodiagnosis). Nuclear Medicine). Musculoskelatal and pulmonary functional abnormalities after thoracic surgeries. No funding. Monotherapy for standard risk hepatoblastoma. Comparison of imaging modalities in the evaluation of portal hypertension (with Radiodiagnosis). Wilms’ tumour: Relation of apoptotic gene expression with subtype. Development of intrapulmonary arteriovenous shunting in follow-up cases of biliary atresia (with Paediatric Cardiology). Assessment of latent manganese toxicity in follow-up cases of biliary atresia (with Radiology).

Advances in Urology 2008:1–5. Sharma S. 3. Evaluation of restrictive lung disease in long-term survivors of malignant germ cell tumours who have received Bleomycin as a part of treatment (with Paediatrics). Gain of chromosome 17q and its effect on outcome in patients with neuroblastoma (with Anatomy). Gender assignement and hormonal treatment for disorders of sexual differentiation. Public Health 2008:2. Sharma S. Comparison of efficacy and safety of oral antibiotics (amoxycillin-clavulinic acid and ofloxacin) with intravenous combination (ceftriaxone and amikacin) in outpatient setting in paediatric patients of low risk febrile neutropenia (with Medical Oncology). Whole body MR imaging for detection of skeletal metastases in paediatric patients of small cell neoplasms: Comparison with skeletal scintigraphy and FDG-PET CT sacn (with Medical Oncology. • • • • • PUBLICATIONS Journals 1.• • • • • • • Long-term results of esophageal replacement by reverse gastric tube (with Radiodiagnosis. Pediatr Surg Intern 2008. 2. Gupta DK. Posterior urethral valves: Persistent renin angiotensin system activation and role of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibition on renal recovery (with Radiodiagnosis). Gupta DK. Evaluation of cardiotoxicity related to adriamycin in children with solid tumours (with Nuclear Medicine). Evaluation of lymphocytic infiltration in Wilms’ tumour and adjoining normal renal parenchyma and its relation to recurrence and outcome (with Pathology). Evaluation of hearing deficiencies in children who have received cis-platinum for treatment of solid tumours (with ENT). Gupta DK. Sharma S. Experience with neonatal gastric pull up. Male genitoplasty in intersex disorders. Radiodiagnosis and Nuclear Medicine). Gupta DK. Evaluation of role of adjunctive therapy with 131 I MIBG therapy for advanced non-responsive. Long-term results following Kasai’s procedure for biliary atresia. Esophageal substitution for esophageal atresia. Sharma S.24:1131–35. 4. Seminars in Pediatric Surgery 2008. Nuclear Medicine).17:236–43. Telomerase estimation in patients with Wilms’ tumour and hepatoblastoma as a marker for prognosis (with Pathology). AIIMS 2008-2009 / 454 . Esophageal atresia: The total care in a high-risk population. relapsed and metastatic neuroblastoma (with Nuclear Medicine).

Bilateral renal lymphoma with orbital metastasis in a child. et al. Agarwala S. Pediatr Surg Int 2009. Eunice M. Bakhshi S.21:173–9. et al. Gupta AK.75 (SS1):102–8. 6. Kumar J. Bakhshi R. PET-CT in the detection of meningeal metastasis in neuroblastoma. Dhanpathi H. Khurana. Diagn cytopathol 2008. Gupta DK. Spontaneous perforation of the extrahepatic biliary tract. Bakhshi S. Ragavan M. Bhatnagar V. 20.18:22–25. Agarwala S. 19. Desai AK. MR diagnosis of penile agenesis: Is it just absence of a phallus? Pediatric Radiol 2008. Multifocal neuroblastoma with stage IV disease in an 8-year-old boy. Pediatr Blood Cancer 2008. Mohapatra T. Mathur SR. Clin Nucl Med 2008. Surgical options in pyogenic liver abscess. Goenka A.52:539–41. Grover VP. Trop Gastroenterol 2008. Cellular mesoblastic nephroma in an infant: Report of the cytologic diagnosis of a rare pediatric renal tumor. 9.36:884–6. Indian J Pediatr 2008. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol 2008.75 (SS1):90–2. Gupta R. Agarwala S. Pediatr Radiol 2008. Indian J Pediatr 2008. Goel P. Kumar R.29: 51–4. Surgical management of portal hypertension in children. 14. et al. Primary soft tissue hydatosis: Aspiration cytology diagnosis in two cases. Jain V. Spontaneous biliary perforation in an infant: An unusual chronic presentation.5. Dwary AD. Pediatr Blood Cancer 2009. 8. Bhatnagar V. Assessment of latent manganese toxicity as a prognostic factor following surgery for biliary atresia. Kaushal S. Subramanian S. 13. Diagn Cytopathol 2009. Tiwari AM. Bhatnagar V. Sharma R. Jindal B. Singh P. Sharma R. Vijay BB. Gupta SD. Yadav D. Das CJ. Kumar R.33:273–5. Gupta AK. Kumar R. Agarwala S. Philip J. Bhatnagar V.30:408–9. Mathur SR. Jain V.38:11009–12. Praveen EP. Kumar A. Bhatnagar V. 12. Bajpai M. 18. 7. Whole-body MR imaging with the use of parallel imaging for detection of skeletal metastases in pediatric patients with small-cell neoplasms: Comparison with skeletal scintigraphy and FDG-PET. 15. Khadgawat R.29:48–50. Kumar A. Agarwala S. Gupta AK. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism 2008. Agarwal GS. Agarwala S. A male infant passing urine per rectum since birth.50:1080–1. Bakhshi S. Pre-operative manometry of the blind rectal pouch to predict postoperative potential for continence in anorectal malformations. Sethi A. Agarwala S. 17. Kumar R. Seith A. Reddy R. Jindal B. Chawla M. et al. Gupta R. 10. Bhat NA. Sharma R. Brit J Radiol 2008.81:596–9.25:211–5. Kumar J.39:953–62. 11. Gender identity of children and young ADULTS WITH 5 ALFA reductase deficiency. 16. Choledochal cyst with obstructive jaundice mimicking resistant abdominal burkitt lymphoma. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 455 . Eur J Pediatr Surg 2008. Thulkar S. Srivastav A. Trop Gastroenterol 2008. Bhatnagar V.

2008:570–74. Gastric Transposition. 6. 2008:65– 81. In: Gupta DK (ed). Srinivas M. Pediatric bronchoscopy. Gupta DK. Sharma S. Principles of lung resection. Pal K. 4. Sharma S. Chapters in Books 1. Gupta DK. Puri A. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. 2008:286–97. In: Gupta DK (ed). Gupta DK. 2008:229–37. Goenka AH. Gastric volvulus. Sharma S. Goel P. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Gupta DK. Sharma S. Rare Pediatric hernias. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. In: Gupta DK (ed). 9. 14. 12. Sharma S. Pulmonary tuberculosis in children. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. In: Gupta DK (ed). Achalasia cardia. 10. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Gupta DK. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric surgery—Overview of the specialty. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Sharma S. 7. Esophageal replacement with colon. In: Gupta DK (ed). In: Gupta DK (ed). 3. In: Gupta DK (ed). Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pangtey GS. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Soft Tissue Trauma. Giant primary posterior mediastinal hydatid cyst in a child: Report of a case and review of literature. In: Gupta DK (ed). Bhat NA. In: Gupta DK (ed). In: Gupta DK (ed). Gupta DK. 2008:534–43. Parida L. 11. Sharma S. Bronchiectasis and lung abscess. 2008:409–21.25:647–9. In: Gupta DK (ed). Empyema thoracis. 8. Gupta DK. 5. Sharma S. 2008:3–9. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatr Surg Int 2009. Gupta DK. Gupta DK. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Sharma S. Gupta DK. Gupta DK. 13. 16. 2008:210–14. Fungal infections in pediatric surgical patients. 2008:382–90. Gupta DK. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Sharma S. 15. 2008:437–47. In: Gupta DK (ed). Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. 2008:495–509. 2008:618–32. Gupta DK. 2. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Gupta DK. In: Gupta DK (ed). In: Gupta DK (ed). 2008:363–8. Das CJ. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Sharma S. Gupta DK. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 456 . Traumatic hemobilia in children. Sharma S. Short bowel syndrome. Gupta DK. 2008:321–8.21. Pediatric surgery—Shock in children—Surgeon’s perspective. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. 2008:478–90. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. In: Gupta DK (ed). In: Gupta DK (ed). 2008:471–7.

Rectal ectasia. 2008:646–58. Persistent hyperinsulinemic hypoglycemia of infancy. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 26. Anomalies associated with anorectal malformations. 22. Gupta DK. Sharma S. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Bowel management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Gupta DK. Soave’s (Boley Scot) endorectal pull-through swenson’s pullthrough. 2008: 874–83. In: Gupta DK (ed). In: Gupta DK (ed). Sinha CK. Pancreatic pseudocyst. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Transanal endorectal pull-through. 20. Gupta DK. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. 2008:833–45. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. In: Gupta DK (ed). Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Gupta DK. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. In: Gupta DK (ed). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Bezoars in children. In: Gupta DK (ed). Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Sharma S. In: Gupta DK (ed). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Gupta DK. 2008:1117–47. 2008:1026–32. In: Gupta DK (ed). Gupta DK. Sharma S. Pathak M. In: Gupta DK (ed). Sharma S.17. In: Gupta DK (ed). Sharma S. 2008:1002–12. Gupta DK. Davenport mark biliary atresia. 2008:671–77. Sharma S. In: Gupta DK (ed). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 2008:733–40. 23. In: Gupta DK (ed). In: Gupta DK (ed). Sharma S. Gupta DK. 31. 33. Hydrocephalus. 29. Congenital pouch colon. Gupta DK. Picibanil (OK-432) in lymphangiomas. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. 30. Gupta DK. Holschneider A. 2008:1108–16. 2008:857–73. 2008:899–908. 2008:709–16. Sharma S. Complications following PSARP. Abdominal tuberculosis. 2008:723–32. In: Gupta DK (ed). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 2008:884–88. Gupta DK. Gupta DK. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 2008:846–56. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Holschneider alex persistent cloaca. Gupta DK. 27. Swenson’s pull-through. Sharma S. Sharma S. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 19. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 457 . In: Gupta DK (ed). Gupta DK. In: Gupta DK (ed). Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Gupta DK. 2008: 825–32. 18. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Sharma S. Sharma S. Sharma S. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. In: Gupta DK (ed). 24. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Anorectal malformations: Current perspectives. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Sharma S. Gupta DK. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Gupta DK. 28. Pena A. Sharma S. 21. 25. 32. 2008: 1051–57. In: Gupta DK (ed). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers.

Heteropagus twinning. Agarwala S. In: Gupta DK (ed). In: Gupta DK (ed). Duhamel’s procedure.190 – – 5. In: Gupta DK (ed). Gupta DK. Gupta DK. In: Gupta DK (ed). 2008:717–22. Stem cell therapy. 39. Ovarian Cysts. 2008:1491–1502. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. 2008: 1387–1403. Sharma S. 40. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 44.741 Total 18. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and management. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. 2008.870 Old cases 12. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Conjoined Twins. 38. 42. In: Gupta DK (ed). Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Spina bifida. Sharma S. Torticollis. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Vaginal anomalies and reconstruction. In: Gupta DK (ed). 2008:1512–17. In: Gupta DK (ed). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Antimicrobials and antimicrobial prophylaxis in Pediatric Surgery.200 AIIMS 2008-2009 / 458 276 291 25 2993 2.34. In: Gupta DK (ed). Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Gupta DK. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Sharma S. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Molecular biology for pediatric surgeons. 36. Ravikumar VR. 2008:1364–69. Sharma S. In: Gupta DK (ed). New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. In: Gupta DK (ed). Chauhan A. 37.022 – – 319 328 32 3. In: Gupta DK (ed). 35. Gupta DK. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. 2008:1381–86. Text book of Pediatric Surgery. Gupta DK. Arun C. 2008. Gupta DK. Srinivas M. Bhatnagar V. Sharma S. Laser applications in pediatric surgery. Pathak M. 2008:1230–38. 43. PATIENT CARE Attendance in OPD and specialty clinics New cases General OPD Specialty clinics Hydrocephalus Intersex Craniosynostosis Paediatric urology Paediatric solid tumour CRHSP Ballabgarh Minor procedures 43 37 7 293 168 580 3. 41. 2008:1168–92. Saing H. Srinivas M. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Text book of Pediatric Surgery. Gupta DK. 2008:1349–63. Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management. Sharma S.611 . Pediatric Surgery – Diagnosis and Management.276 2.

and deliver the guest lecture on Paediatric oncology in India.550 153 . to start the MCh course in Paediatric surgery. Fukuoka. Chair the scientific session during the International Congress on Advances in Neuroblastoma Research. to select the candidates from SAARC countries for the Lister and Greenwood fellowships of the British Association of Paediatric surgeons. South Africa. Sun City.967 2. UK. 9 May 2008. 29 May–4 June 2008. Red Cross Memorial Hospital. Was conferred the Honorary Membership of the South African Association of Paediatric Surgeons during the Annual Congress held in Sun City. Honoured with the University Medal and the Certificate of Honour by the Kyushu University. Chairman. Kyushu University. 18–21 June 2008.300 352 315 1. Istanbul. 10th International Congress of the European Association of Paediatric surgeons. Cape Town. 19 May 2008. Chair the scientific session.Admissions AB-5 ward AB5-ICU Surgical procedures Major Minor At CRHS. to conduct the inspection at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences. Japan. Chiba. 21–24 May 2008. during the meeting held on 28 April 2008. 31 May 2008. Chair the scientific session. Rohtak. Fukuoka. Sun City. South Africa. 28 May—1 June 2008. June 2008. Dr DK Gupta was invited to chair the scientific session. Ballabgarh Total Special investigations: Urodynamic evaluation Uroflometry Ano-rectal manometry Esophageal manometry 24-hour pH monitoring AWARDS AND HONORS Professor DK Gupta was nominated as Chairman of the curriculum committee of the Medical Council of India for preparing the curriculum in the specialty. Visiting Professor. Expert. Visiting Professor. University of Cape Town and received the certificate of honour and the Hospital memento. 18–20 May 2008. Japan. Japan. Department of Paediatric Surgery. 15th congress of Federation of the Asia-Oceana Perinatal Societies. Japan. May 2008. Chair the scientific session during the Annual congress of South African Association of Pediatric Surgeons. Chair the scientific Session on Congenital Pouch Colon during the AIIMS 2008-2009 / 459 417 734 53 37 25 1. Nagoya. during the Annual Congress of South African Association of Paediatric Surgeons. South Africa.

Surat. 17–19 October 2008. Bhawalpur. 16–19 November 2008. University of Gujarat. 18–21 June 2008. 2008–09. Yorkhill. 15 November 2008. Invited to chair the scientific session and serve as Panelist during the 3rd Workshop on Paediatric Andrology. SAARC Nations and the Guest of Honour to deliver the Presidential Address (from SAARC nations) during the Annual conference of the Pakistan Association of Paediatric Surgeons with the EC meeting of the FAPSS. Invited as visiting Professor to Royal Hospital for Sick Children. All India Institute of Medical Sciences. Pakistan. USA. Invited to chair session. Pondichery. Member. West Bengal University of Health Sciences. Invited as the guest faculty to deliver the lecture on antenatal management of HN during the Live Operative workshop on Paediatric Urology. Orlando. Expert. 21st Congress of the Asian Association of Paediatric Surgeons (AAPS). Kolkata. 13–14 December 2008. Invited as an expert. 4–7 December 2008. New Delhi. 18–21 June 2008. Guwahati. Hongkong. Japan. Government of India. Lucknow. Vesico-ureteric reflux and urinary tract infection. 2008. MCh Examination in Paediatric Surgery. Mumbai. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 460 . 2008. UK.Workshop on Anorectal malformations. Chairperson. Live Operative Workshop on Hypospadias. Trauma and Surgery. Professor M. PGI Chandigarh. Florida. July 2008. Member. December 2008. Chair the scientific Session on hypospadias and moderating the panel discussion on the management of hypospadias. Gwalior. Chairman. 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Paediatric Surgeons. Board of studies in Paediatric Surgery. World Federation of Associations of Pediatric Surgeons (WOFAPS). Gold Journal of Urology and Journal of the Emergency Medicine. Internal Examiner for MCh. Council Member representing Asia. 14 June 2008. Dr DK Gupta was nominated as the Chairman of the Publication committee. Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons. AAPS to Journal Paediatric surgery International. Member. 14–16 January 2009. Invited to chair the scientific session. Banaras Hindu University. Istanbul. Awarded the International travel grant sponsored and funded by Asian Children’s Care League. National Commision for protection of child rights. CCLG (UK) travel grant for 2008. Chair the Suruga Lecture. also on providing training in paediatric surgery to overseas doctors at AIIMS. 6 January 2009. Liestal. Editorial consultant. Invited to assist the selection committee for the faculty in Paediatric Surgery at CSMMU. Project Advisory Committee. Bangkok. 28–29 March 2009. Department of Science and Technology. July 2008. 22–24 August 2008. Selected as course instructor for Surgical Oncology course conducted by European Union of Paediatric Surgical Associations (EUPSA) for 2008. European Association of Paediatric Surgeons (EUPSA). Invited as the President. New Delhi. Council Member representing Asia. Board of Directors meeting and the general Assembly of the Asian Association of Paediatric Surgeons. 16–19 November 2008. Dr Sandeep Agarwala was awarded the SIOP 2008 scholarship. Invited by the National News Media for expert comments on the baby born with major facial anomaly and. Annual Conference of the Indian Academy of Paediatrics. New Delhi. JIPMER. AIIMS. Varanasi. Annual meeting of the Paediatric Endoscopic Society of India. Medical Council of India for recognition of MCh training programme in the country. North India Conference on Foetal Medicine – Prenatal diagnosis and Therapy. during the expert group meeting. 2 February 2009. Invited to chair the scientific session. Jammu andKashmir. Glasgow. Bangkok. Istanbul. External Examiner for MCh. session on endourology. scientific abstract selection committee. Switzerland. Bajpai was member abstract reviewer committee of the American Urology Association for the meeting.

SIGNIFICANT EVENTS Dr DK Gupta published following books: 1. Upadhyaya. Paul Tam (Hong Kong). the Founder of the Department of Pediatric Surgery at AIIMS. Felicitation function held to honour Prof CS Gopal. to felicitate him on his 80th Birthday. An Atlas with mind maps (multi-authored) 4. Bikramjit Sangha. Bikul Das (Canada). Iftikar Jan (Pakistan). Gabriel Ionescu (Abu Dhabi). Felicitation function to Honour Professor P Upadhyaya. 7. Hutchison Paediatrics (Edited by K Goel and DK Gupta) 3. 1250 colour photos) 2. VISITING SCIENTISTS Prem Puri. Talal Al-Malki (Saudi Arab). on his 80th Birthday. Andrew Pinter (Hungary). 6. Paediatric surgery – Diagnosis and Management (2 vol set. (Los Angeles. USA). Memoir Book on Professor P. Medical Superintendent on receiving the BC Roy Award at AIIMS on 8 May 2008. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 461 . An Atlas – multi-author (multi-authored book in polish Language) 5. the first MCh Student from the department to have taken over as the Vice Chancellor of the KGM University and Professor Narpat singh. Dublin (Ireland). Clinical Problem in Paediatric Surgery. 1600 pages.

Dr Kachnar Verma. Meenu Agarwal and Dr. Dr Punam Paudyal.K.K.C. Panda Chitra Sarkar Rajni Safaya Professors Manoj K. 2008). Dr. Singh Ruma Ray Additional Professors A. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 462 .27 Pathology Professor and Head Subrat K. Postgraduate MD students: 18 PhD students: 12 Senior Residents: 10 Pool Officer: 2 Short-term and long-term training • • • • • • Ms Shipra Sharma from Amity University underwent short.term training for 3 months (1/4/2008 – 30/6/2008).9. Mr Dhiraj Kumar from Amity University underwent summer training for two months (1 June – 31 July 2008). Dr Isha Muteeja from Amity University underwent summer training for two months (1 June – 31 July. Allahabad Medical College – short-term training in Neuropathology for three months. Karak (On deputation) EDUCATION Undergraduate No change from previous years. Sharma Sandeep R Mathur Assistant Professors Vaishali Suri Venkateswaran K. Datta Gupta A. Mrinalini Singh from BPKIHS underwent training for one month (2 February – 28 February 2009). Iyer Kabita Chatterjee (Blood Bank) S. Dr Shivani from Jamia Milia Islamia underwent short term training for 2 months (23/6/2008 – 22/ 8/2008). Dinda Associate Professors M.

India. Pune. KGMC Lucknow. 28 February????. Medical College and Research Hospital. 4–6 February 2009. State-of-the-Art lecture. Dr A. Sri Venkateswara College. ‘Evaluation of biocompatibility and toxic potential of Nanomaterials’. Workshop on Introduction to Nanotechnology and its emerging role in industries.K. 24 October 2008.K. ‘Role of molecular genetics in clinical management of Gliomas’. ‘Molecular bio-based diagnostic tests’. 29 August – 30 August 2008. ‘High grade gliomas: Pathology and prognostic factors’. Indian Association of Pathologists and Microbiologists. ‘Urinary biomarker: An emerging tool for non-invasive investigation for renal and systemic diseases’. New Delhi. Panda • • ‘HEV Biology’. Dr Vaishali Suri • ‘Classification and histopathology of CNS tumours’. 17 December 2008. 6 November 2008. IIT Delhi. International workshop on Biomaterials for tissue engineering and Biotechnological Applications (BTEB-2008). Professor R. IIT Kharagpur. Indian Society of Gastroenterology. Safaya • ‘Bone lesions with emphasis on histopathology of bone tumors’. ‘Applications of nanotechnology in biomedical and biotechnology’. 3rd Annual National CME on Renal Pathology. Quarterly meet of IAPM Delhi chapter. Delhi. AIIMS 2008-2009 / 463 • . New Delhi. CME. Indo-US Symposium on Cancer Nanotechnology.. 1 J