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Department Information

The Department of Physiology was established in 1962 as a part of Govt. Medical college Miraj. The department offers an elaborate teaching in the subject of Human Physiology for 150 MBBS students each year. We also run wide range of research projects seeking for newer dimensions in Physiology and medical science as a whole. Our department also offers 2 seats for postgraduate (MD) course in Physiology. We have a parallel teaching program for Paramedical and Nursing students to help them better understand the functioning of human body.

In future we intend to expand laboratory services to include EEG, Nerve Conduction Studies, Sports Physiology, Spirometry, and Electromyography to enhance the patient care with application of clinical Physiology.

 

HOD

Faculty

Name Designation Experience Photo Publi.(I) Publi.(N)
Dr. Neelam Ashok Deokar Associate Professor 2 4
Dr. Shailesh Narayan Bhave Associate Professor 1 4
Dr. Mahesh Kisan Suryawanshi Associate Professor 1 10
Dr. Sayali Eknathrao Raut Assistant Professor 6 3
Dr. Chintamani Dilip Bodhe Assistant Professor 4 2
Dr. Bute Smita Suresh Assistant Professor 4 1
Dr. Bharsakle Shrihari Gajananrao Assistant Professor 2 0
Dr. Amit Achyutrao Wanjare Tutor 0 0

Research & Publications

 Ongoing Research & Publication in last five years

Sr.

No.

Title  of Article

Authors

Year of Publication

Journal Details

1

Effect of advanced normal pregnancy on pulmonary function tests

Dr. N.A. Deokar

2015

International Journal Of Anatomy And Physiology, 11, 12-15, 2015

2

Comparison of body mass index, waist hip ratio & percentage body fat in type-II diabetes mellitus & in control group

Dr. N.A. Deokar

2016

European journal of pharmaceutical & medical research. EJPMR 2016, 3(8), 546-549

3

Changes desired by Medical students in current Medical education & evaluation.

Dr. S. N. Bhave

2015

NJBMS, vol5, issue3, 2015:93-96

4

Study of BMI, W/H ratio & % body fat in type II diabetes mellitus.

Dr. M. K.Suryawanshi

2016

World J of Pharmaceutical research 2016

5

What is Prehypertension?

Dr. S. E. Raut

2015

IJAPB-May-2015

6

Molecular Motors A review article

Dr. S. E. Raut

2015

IJAPB 2:2, 5-13,  2015

7

An interventional study to see the effect of acute intake of Caffeine on reaction time in young healthy adults consuming moderate amount of caffeine for six months

Dr. S. E. Raut

2016

IORS-JDMC Vol-15, issue 7 July 2016

8

as Author –

Teaching Effectiveness: How do students evaluate their teacher?

Dr. S. E. Raut

2015

IJHBR, vol3, issue2, Jan 2015:155-159

9

 

as Co-author -  Changes desired by Medical students in current Medical education & evaluation.

Dr. S. E. Raut

2015

NJBMS, vol5, issue3, 2015:93-96

10

A Comparative Study Of VO2 Max In Young Female Athletes and Non-Athletes.

 

Dr. S. E. Raut

2014

IOSR Journal Of Sports and Physical Education. Vol.1,Issue 7:Nov-Dec2014

 

11

Co-author-A Comparative Study Of Audio-visual Reaction Time  In Female Athletes.

Dr. S. S. Bute

2015

International Journal OfHealth Sciences and Research Vol.5,Issue 1,Jan 2015

12

To  study the effects of noise on hearing ability of bus drivers.

Dr. S. S. Bute

2016

IJR, 5-2, 2016: 220-222

13

Time domain analysis of heart rate variability in tension type headache

Dr. S. S. Bute

2015

International journal of health sciences & research ( IJHSR) vol.5, (2015) issue 7

14

Frequency domain analysis of heart rate variability in tension type headache : A case control study

Dr. S. S. Bute

2015

IJHSR  Vol.5, issue 2, 2015

15

A study to evaluate the involvement of parasympathetic nervous system in tension type headache

Dr. S. S. Bute

2016

Indian journal of clinical anatomy & physiology 3(2) (2016)

16

Rate Pressure Product and VO2 Max In Young Female Athletes.

Dr. C. D. Bodhe

Under Publication Process

Indian Journal Of Applied Research

17

Medical teachers perspective on evaluation of technology effectiveness.

Dr. C. D. Bodhe

2018

IJAR 8(1), Jan18;;344-346

18

Students reflection on CBL in Physiology

Dr. C. D. Bodhe

Ongoing

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19

Exercise induced broncho-constriction in medical students

Dr. M. K.Suryawanshi

Dr. Shrihari Bharsaksle

Ongoing

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