Anatomy is the basis of medical profession as human body is the focus of examination, investigation and intervention for diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Anatomical knowledge and its application plays a crucial role throughout the medical career. We, the faculty of Anatomy Department make intentional efforts to erase the fine line between preclinical and clinical anatomy. We believe that integrating the current, multi-modal approach strategies with newer teaching modalities and advanced technology will encourage interest and aid retention of anatomical knowledge and its clinical relevance.

Learning anatomy includes several branches such as gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy, embryology and genetics. The key to successful learning of clinical anatomical basics initiates by training the students:

  • To identify normal anatomical structures in plain radiographs
  • To train students in clinical problem solving using anatomical knowledge.

This approach not only convinces the students that preclinical anatomy is an integral part of bedside medicine but also expands their thinking capacity. Also, this approach is necessary for concept clarity and retention rather than rote learning.


At the end, the student shall be able to:
  • Comprehend the normal disposition, clinically relevant interrelationships, functional and cross-sectional anatomy of various structures in the body.
  • Identify the microscopic structure and correlate ultra structure of various organs with the functions as a prerequisite for understanding the altered state in various disease processes.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge of the principal and sequential development of the organ system; recognize the clinical stage of development and the effects of common teratogens.
  • Explain the developmental basis of major variations and abnormalities.

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Study of the human body at AIMSR constitutes an invaluable and indispensable component


The students should be able to:
  • Know the normal disposition of the structure in the body while clinically examining a patient and while conducting clinical procedures
  • Locate various structures of the body and to mark the topography of the living anatomy
  • Identify various tissues under microscope
  • Identify the features in radiographs and modern imaging techniques
  • Detect various congenital abnormalities

Faculty List

  • Dr. Prathap C Reddy PresidentDOJ: 30.01.2012

  • Ms. Preetha Reddy Vice – PresidentDOJ: 30.01.2012

  • Ms. Shobana Kamineni Vice – PresidentDOJ: 30.01.2012

  • Ms. Sangita Reddy SecretaryDOJ: 30.01.2012

  • Mr. B. Bhaskar Reddy Jt. SecretaryDOJ: 30.01.2012


Histology Lab

Histology is the scientific study of basic tissues using special staining techniques combined with light microscopy. This study teaches the virtual art of recognizing the structure of cells, tissues and understanding how this is determined by its function.

Research Lab

Research Lab (upgraded to P.G.requirements ) Has functional Histology Lab to prepare and stain the normal histology slides.

Dissection Hall

The practice of cadaveric dissection plays a critical role in anatomy. It not only allows the students to grasp the three-dimensional concept of various parts of the body, but also is highly effective in establishing and retaining the concepts of anatomy.


The museum is intended to be used by medical and paramedical students for study of various specimens.

The teaching materials included in our museum are:
  • Catalogued specimens
  • Radiographs
  • Variety of models and charts illustrating normal human anatomy.
Sl. No Available Number
1. Gross models 28
2. Embryology models 67
3. Charts 71
4. X-Ray view boxes 6


LContinual Medical Education (CME) is one of our institution’s primary activities which is designed to expose our students and staff to the recent developments in the medical field.

We aim at providing a gateway to update and revamp the medical knowledge and skills of health professionals and other faculties to be in accord with the latest happenings in the field. We implement CME through various programs including seminars, workshops, and developmental courses which help in delivering various self-learning opportunities for the target groups covered under the program.

These programs greatly help our faculty members and the administration to devise up-to-date curriculum in various specialties for our students enabling them to prepare for the high-level career goals.

  • Seminar Topic : A Functional Topographic Map for Cutaneous Somatosensory Reflexes Date: Friday, Feb 29, 2020

  • Seminar Topic : V2a Neurons Control Respiratory Muscle Activity in Health and Following Spinal Cord injury Date: Friday, Mar 05, 2020

  • Seminar Topic : Urothelial ATP Release Mechanisms and Their Effect on Bladder Pathophysiology Date: Friday, Mar 10, 2020

  • Seminar Topic : Human Brain Tumors: Molecules and Models Date: Friday, Mar 10, 2020

  • Seminar Topic : A Functional Topographic Map for Cutaneous Somatosensory Reflexes Date: Friday, Feb 29, 2020

  • Seminar Topic : V2a Neurons Control Respiratory Muscle Activity in Health and Following Spinal Cord injury Date: Friday, Mar 05, 2020

Publications, Awards & Achievements

Studies published under the name of our faculty members in different journals are listed below:

Dr. C. Mrudula Professor

Dr. Saju B. Cherian Associate Professor

Dr. Shabana Sultana Tutor

Department Library

790 Books are Available
in the Departmental Library

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