DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

The department of Biochemistry at SRMS IMS is a well developed, well maintained & well equipped department .The department also manages the clinical lab (Clinical Biochemistry) in the hospital where a range of biochemical tests are carried out for the patients .The department also have a fully equipped chemical lab in the department itself for UG & PG students for their day to day chemical analysis according to their syllabus.

The Central Biochemistry Lab at hospital site has Hormone Analyzer, Chemistry Autoanalyzer, Semiauto & Electrolyte analyzer and other highly sophisticated equipments to perform all the tests round o’clock (24 X 7).



Facilities
Clinical Biochemistry Lab
  • Routine biochemical test and electrolyte measurements.
  • Special diagnostic tests including endocrinology, tumor markers & vitamin-D etc.
  • Serological markers like anti-TPO antibody & others.
Chemical Lab
  • Qualitative & quantitative biochemical analysis for Undergraduate & Postgraduate students as per their curriculum.

FACULTY

Dr. Manoj Gupta

Dr. Manoj Gupta
Assistant Professor

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Mr. Ranadip Mukherjee

Mr. Ranadip Mukherjee
Assistant Professor

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Dr.. Sanjay Bhatt

Dr.. Sanjay Bhatt
Assistant Professor

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Dr. Shalini Gupta

Dr. Shalini Gupta
Professor

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RESEARCH & PUBLICATION

Malhotra M, Raju SM. Role of PPAR-gamma in obesity and obesity induced DM Type-2. Journal of Med Science & Clinical Research. 2016; 4(3):9626-32.

Bansal A, Kaushik A, Singh CM, Sharma V, Singh H. The effect of regular physical exercise on the thyroid function of treated hypothyroid patients: An interventional study at a tertiary care centre in Bastar region of India. Arch Med Health Sci. 2015; 3:244-6.

Bansal A, Kaushik A, Sarathe H. Effect of thyroid on lipid profile and retinal function: An observational study from tertiary care centre of tribal region of Bastar. Ann Med Health Sci Res. 2014; 4:140-3.

Gupta M, Sharma N, Ali Z. Status of Serum free fatty acid (FFA) level in obese person & its association with DM Type-2. International Journal of Science & Nature (IJSN). 2014; 5(4):616-8.