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  • Department of Physiology

    “The physiology of today is the medicine of tomorrow”.
    - Ernest Henry Starling (English Physiologist)
    (17 April 1866 – 2 May 1927).

    Mankind is considered as the most beautiful creation of God. The discipline of Human Physiology not only explains the mechanisms that keep this creation alive but also explores new ways to maintain or improve the quality of life. From functions to dysfunction, drug preparation to drug prescription, disease prevention to disease treatment, all need a thorough clarity of basic concepts in Physiology. Over the years, the domain of Human Physiology has progressed from a mere didactic pedagogy to encompass various clinical investigations like ECG, EEG, EMG, Evoked Potentials, Spirometry, Autonomic Function tests, etc. The main objective of our department is to provide all such facilities and opportunities and also to train the next generation of medical professionals using the best faculty and equipment available. The department is currently headed by Dr. Jyoti Sethi, alumni of the prestigious Pt. B. D. Sharma P.G.I.M.S. Rohtak (Haryana). She has a vast amount of teaching and research experience in the subject and is also the present secretary of The Association of Physiologists Of Haryana (APOH).

  • Doctor Name Position
    Department of Physiology
    Dr. Jyoti Sethi Professor and Head
    Dr. Sharat Gupta Associate Professor
    Dr. Mohita Singh Assistant Professor
    Dr. Swati Chouhan Demonstrator
    Dr. Itika Singh Demonstrator
    Dr. Meenakshi Garg Demonstrator
  • Well equipped undergraduate laboratories for imparting practical training:-

    • Haematology
    • Experimental Physiology
    • Clinical and Human Physiology
    • Mammalian Physiology

    Demonstration room equipped with multimedia facilities for providing an interactive teaching experience to students.

    Well stocked departmental library having latest edition of Indian and Foreign books.

    Research Facilities:-

    • Autonomic Function Testing Lab:   Assessment of the functioning of Autonomic nervous system in various clinical disorders (e.g. Diabetes Mellitus, etc).
    • Cardiovascular Lab:   Assessment of functions of Heart and Circulation for early detection of cardiac diseases.
    • Cognitive Function Testing Lab:   Assessment of Cognitive functions to understand various physiological (developmental/ behavioral) and pathological conditions (diagnosis and prognosis of a diseases).
    • Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) Lab:   Facilitation of learning of Amphibian/ Mammalian experiments via computerized teaching modules.
    • Exercise Testing Lab:   Assessment in particular of the Physical endurance of an individual and overall status of Cardiorespiratory functions in general.
    • Neurophysiology Lab:   Assessment of the normal functioning as well as Investigative modality to test the Brain, Spinal cord, Nerve/ Muscle via Evoked Potentials.
    • Respiratory Lab   Evaluation and screening of Lung functions and analysis of O2 and CO2 levels in blood in health and diseases.

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