Department Of Microbiology

  • Microbiology is the study of microorganisms. These microorganisms cannot be seen with the naked eye. They include bacteria, viruses, protozoa, Parasites (Protozoa & Helminthes) & Fungi.

List of specific objectives of the course:

  • Demonstrate competence as a clinical microbiologist.
  • Establish good clinical microbiological services in a hospital and in the community in the fields of bacteriology, virology, parasitology, immunology and mycology.
  • Plan, execute and evaluate teaching assignments in Medical Microbiology.
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills required for the practice of clinical microbiology and while teaching undergraduate students
  • Demonstrate application of microbiology in a variety of clinical settings to solve diagnostic and therapeutic problems along with preventive measures.
  • Interact effectively with the allied departments by rendering services in basic as well as advanced laboratory investigations
  • Play a pivotal role in hospital infection control, including formulation of antibiotic policy and management of biomedical waste.
  • Acquire skills in conducting collaborative research in the field of Microbiology and allied sciences.
  • Conduct such clinical/experimental research as would have significant bearing on human health and patient care.
  • Plan, execute, analyse and present the research work in medical microbiology.
  • To participate is various workshops/seminars/journal clubs/demonstration in the allied departments.
Faculty Of Anatomy Department
  • Dr M R Chandrashekhar - Prof & HOD
  • Dr Mamata Kale - Professor
  • Dr Sujatha K Karjigi - Associate Professor
  • Dr Karthik R - Associate Professor
  • Dr Pavithra D P - Associate Professor
  • Dr Spurthi G S - Tutor
  • Dr Teresa M D - Tutor
  • Mrs Palashi Borah C - Tutor
  • Mr Purnachandra Rao U - Tutor
  • Mrs Neetha UTutor