Awards And Achievements
We are proud that our students and faculty have received accolades and appreciation for their continued effort and successful research that they have conducted. Some of the highly appreciated and laurel worthy efforts of our medical students and faculty are listed below:
- Mr. Mohammed Nehad Khan (Batch of 2012), received the University Gold medal as the overall Topper, for having secured the highest aggregate marks in all the Final MBBS subjects (He also secured a PG seat for MS in General Surgery, at Gandhi Medical College)
- Apollo Medical College, Hyderabad, has been empaneled for the Visiting Students Learning Opportunities (VSLO), with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). At the same time, the process for registration with the General Medical Council (GMC) UK is being concluded.
- International Electives – Two of our students spent time overseas, pursuing electives in Internal Medicine in Boston.
- The Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology (CCMB), Hyderabad, selected eight students of the 2016 Batch, for training and certification in Molecular Biology techniques that are frequently used in medical research.
- Three of our students secured Short-Term Student (STS) grants from the ICMR, of Rs. 10,000/- each, to conduct research at the undergraduate level.
- Dr. Prashanth (Associate Professor in Forensic Medicine), has successfully completed his Advanced Course in Medical Education (ACME), recently.
- Professor Malini Datta, from the Department of Physiology, attended the 2nd ACME Online sessions at Belagavi.
- Professor C. Mrudula, from the Department of Anatomy, and Associate Professor G Pavani, from the Department of Microbiology, were selected for the 1st ACME course at Belagavi.
- Prof C. Mrudula, from the Department of Anatomy, was selected for the FAIMER Fellowship at CMC Ludhiana, and Associate Professor Saju Binu Cherian, from the Department of Anatomy, was chosen for the FAIMER Inter-Professional Program, at Manipal University.
- A NACO ART center was established in the Hyderabad campus, making the Apollo Medical college the 3rd Private Medical college in the country, and the 1st in Telangana, to have such a center to provide care for the HIV infected.
- NABH Accreditation Pre-Entry Level inspection of the Medical College Hospital was completed successfully, with the Council’s Certification having recently been received.
- The DOTS center has been actively promoted, along with the development of subspecialties, like the Asthma Clinic & the Respiratory Rehab Clinics.
- The AMC conducted 50 medical camps last year, in which 10000 beneficiaries were screened. Several Cataract surgeries, Retinal surgeries, and Corneal transplantations were also performed in the previous year. An MOU has been signed with the Rangareddy District Collectorate for the AIMSR to be a part of the District Blind Control Society (DBCS). 75 Mega Health Camps & 50 regular camps with the DBCS, have been conducted so far.
- The NICU & PICU have been upgraded to level-III status. Subspecialties like the DASI (Developmental Assessment Scale for Indian Infants), Pediatric Psychology Counseling center, Pediatric Surgery, and Pediatric Asthma clinics, have also been introduced.
The AIMSR conducted Convocation for the batches of 2014 and 2015, in the presence of our beloved Chairman, Dr. Pratap C. Reddy, Dr. B. Karunakar Reddy, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences, Warangal, Telangana as Chief Guest
Dr. Vijay Dixit, Chief Cardio-Thoracic Surgeon, Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, and Dr. Sangita Reddy, Joint Managing Director, Secretary, AHERF, Apollo Hospital Hyderabad as Guests of Honour on 27th November 2021, at the Apollo Hospital Lawns, Hyderabad.
Overall, 39 Gold Medals and 10 Silver Medals were awarded to the students of both batches, demonstrating consistent academic excellence, in 14 subjects, both in the Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences and the Internal Assessment examinations conducted by the College, for both batches.
From the Batch of 2014, Ms. Keerthana Ravikanti was awarded 5 medals (4, Gold and 1, Silver ), Mr. Gottam Arvind Reddy 6 3 Gold and 3 Silver, Ms. Devika Adusumilli 3 Gold medals, Ms. Annam Bhavana Jyoti 3, 2 Gold and 1 Silver and Ms. Swasti Jain 3 Gold medals, Ms. T. Naveena, Ms. Karanam Amritha, and Ms. K T Keerthi Chandrika were awarded 1 Gold medal each.
From the Batch 2015 Mr. B. R. Sai Ganesh Reddy was awarded 6 (4 Gold and 2 Silver medals), Mr. Arjumand Banu 8 Gold medals, Ms. Kavya Sudhireddy was awarded 2, (1 Gold and 1 Silver ), Ms, Sreya Yarlagadda received 3, 2 Gold and 1 Silver, Ms. Jakula Sowmya Reddy 2 (one each of Gold and Silver ), Ms. Naidu Priyanka, Ms. Eda Ishani Reddy, Ms. Kavuri Charma Chowdary, and Ms. Bonthagorla Harita Krishna Yadav were awarded 1 Gold medal each.
The Chairman, Dr. Prathap C Reddy Gold Medal for the Best outgoing Students of the Apollo Medical College, Hyderabad were presented to Ms. Keerthana Ravikanti (2014) and Mr. B. R. Sai Ganesh Reddy (2015) for demonstrating consistent academic excellence, by scoring the maximum aggregate marks in both the University Examinations and Internal Assessments of the College, throughout the MBBS course.
Graduation Ceremony MBBS Class of 2014
Graduation Ceremony MBBS Class of 2015
Since 2012, 900 students have been admitted to our college.
a. The NMC introduced CBME Curriculum for the batches of 2019 and 2020.The stipulated hours of NMC had been exceeded in the theory classes but practical classes were limited owing to the introduction of the mandated covid -19 protocol.
Theory (NMC Stipulated hours for CBME)
Practical (NMC Stipulated hours for CBME)
c. Performance – Pass% Distinction and Underperforming students
The University Examination, was conducted during March-April 2021 with the following results.
The 2016 batch of the III professional year Final MBBS part-II secured, pass percentage of 99%, with 3 distinctions, 50 First classes, and remainder second class result.
The 2019 batch of the Ist Professional year, secured a pass percentage was 80 %, with 44 first class, and 36 second classes.
Of the 400, we have 5 students – (3and 2 students ) 2017 and 2019 batches appearing for exam under the Supplementary schedule.
d. The 2020 Batch commenced their course in 15.02.2021, after completing their Foundation course and training and completed the same on 31.12.2021 and await their first year final examinations, scheduled in March 2022.
Theory (NMC Stipulated hours for CBME
Practical NMC Stipulated hours for CBME
University Exam dates
e. PG students The 1st Post graduate batch of 31 students joined the course in July 2020 They were introduction to the Faculty who provided them the curriculum, course schedules, and objectives of the respective broad specialty disciplines.
f. UG Seats enhancement: During the 2021 year The KNR University approved the increase in UG seats from 100 to 150 per annum, with the course commencing in March 2022. We also received permission to start MD Psychiatry-2 seats. Civil Works to accommodate and provide the learning environment for an annual intake of 150 MBBS students were completed on time by Mr. APV Reddy and project staff.
The induction of the 2021 batch of 150 UG and the 2nd PG batch of 34, was delayed due to the Covid pandemic and postponement of NEET examination. The admission for the same was deferred to March 2022.
g. Medical Education Unit – conducted 2 meetings with 9 Curriculum Committee Meetings-for the First MBBS 2 for the Second MBBS: and, 6 for the Third MBBS.
Students – Sports and Culturals:
The annual AMC Sports League was held during 1st – 12th November 2021, with the students participating in the following games; Boys- Indoor games: 260, Outdoor sports games: 140, and Girls-Indoor games:135, Outdoor sports:140.
The Annual Sports fest with 6 outdoor sports and 3 indoor was conducted between September-December 2021, with 1281 students participated from the various batches of 2016,2017,2018,2019, and 2020.
b. On the Occasion of Children’s Day Sports events for staff member was scheduled with the theme “Awaken the Child within you”. All the employees actively participated in the games; (outdoor: 74, Indoor games: 136), and made it a grand success.
c. Rotaract Club activities of students: The Rotaract Club of Apollo Medical College, was established by President Rtr. Neeti Ravindra and team, with Dr. L. Sridhar as the Club Advisor in September 2020, amidst the pandemic, to combat challenges that were felt during this period. The club is led by a creative and skilled Executive Committee, and has over 130 members, who are passionately driven to lend a helping hand to society. The club had organized projects in the community, on a local and global level which included. Building shelters for people who lost their homes due to the recent floods, conducted multiple funding drives to orphanages and old age homes, blood donation campus, menstrual hygiene drives, sex education programmes, mental health awareness, LGBTQ+ & gender workshops, and many more. The club also ensures the fellowship and unity among its members, through various cultural and extracurricular events. Within a short span of time, the club was awarded the Best Newly Chartered Club in 2020-21, for the district (Dist. 3150), as well as the International Rotary Citation 2020-21, for its outstanding performance.
Three editions of the College News Letter “Eunoia” were released in January, July and October 2021.
Internship Training CRRI externs: The 2016 batch commenced their Internship on 1.6.2021, with 96 interns and 6 interns from other and institutions. From the four Batches of 2012 to 2015, 381 of the 400 enrolled students, have completed their BLS + ALS and received their CRRI certificates (i.e we have 381 alumni). The remaining 19 are yet to complete their internships due to their engagements in international externships. 4 Students have discontinued from the following batches 2013 (2), 2014 (2) due to personal reasons and await University approval, for resuming of their medical training.
15 are yet to complete their internship, due to their participation in international clerkships and observation programmes.
We have an Alumni of 400, strong graduates from batches of 2012-2015, who graduated in the year 2018 -2021 respectively. Number of Alumni with PG seats-108 and this doesn’t include PG seats allotted to Alumni in the academic year 2021-2022. The AIMSR Alumni was formed in 2018, and 152 Alumni have enrolled for it. The Alumni registration process happens at the Union Bank of India, Apollo Branch, and can be done online. The Alumni Day will be celebrated during the Decennial year celebrations.
Evaluation of the College by outgoing batches:
72 interns and 3 interns of other Colleges of the 2015 batch were issued their CRRI interview via questionnaire feedback
Interns Feedback (n=57 respondent out of 99) revealed a positive feedback from the outgoing students on the delivery of Medical curriculum, on equipping the students with adequate competence to join PG courses. The students also provided a positive on the accessibility of the Dean’s office, the management’s awareness and concern for the student issues, ease of accessibility to the faculty. Equipping the students with necessary skills to become peer accepted clinicians.
Has the college delivered the stated curriculum?
Did the programme give you the necessary competence
Were the facilities provided by the college adequate for
How likely is it that you would recommend this college
Office of the Dean
Awareness of student concerns
Responsiveness to student problems
Accessibility of medical school faculty
Participation of students on key medical school committees
Library and Information Resources
Ease of access to library resources and holdings
Quality of library support and services
Adequacy of computer learning resources
Ease of access of electronic learning materials
Accessibility of computer support
Medical Education Programme
Utility of the educational programme objectives to support
Quality of the academic period
Clinical skills instruction
Amount and quality of formative feedback
Opportunities for self-directed learning
Overall work load
Coordination/integration of content in the first/second year
Clarity of policies for advancement/Graduation
Access to student academic records
Effectiveness of clinical skills assessment
College responsiveness to student feedback on courses/clerkships
Adequacy of education to diagnose disease
Adequacy of education to manage disease
Adequacy of education in disease prevention
Adequacy of education in health maintenance
Adequacy of education in caring for patients from different backgrounds
1. Dr.Tina Priscilla, and Dr. Shalini, attended the Training of Medical Officers for ART at the Telangana State AIDS Control Society.
2. Training Revised Basic Course Workshop 2nd course was conducted for the faculty in on 19th – 21st August 2021.
3. A work shop on Hands On training for suturing skills staples and energy devices, was conducted on 14th November 2021, in the Skill Lab, with 60 PGs and practicing surgeons, from various medical colleges, participating.
4. A vertical Simulation Workshop with GSL Medical College was conducted faculty participated on 3rd to 5th December 2021, Dr. Neetha Kundoor on Teaching and Assessment of Skill session, Dr. Fozia Jeelani Wani on Simulated Patient, and Dr. Mohammad Rafi on Critical Care Training using Tele-simulation.
5. Dr. Vinod Kumar Faculty Training Programme participated on Advanced Teacher Training Programme.
6. Basic Course in Biomedical Research (BCBR) – Dr. Danish, Dr. Sagar, Dr. Sheetal, Dr. Abhidhya. Dr. Harshita, Dr. Nisha Batia, Dr. Fozia J, Dr. Ruby Sultana, Dr. Harika, Dr. T. Sanjay Reddy, Dr. B. Hymavathi, Dr. D. Nirupama, Dr. Swapna Reddy, Dr. Neha Gala, Dr. Snigdha Pattnaik, Dr. Neetha Mathur, Dr. BN Das, Dr. Pavani Verma, Dr. Anu Mohan Das, Dr. Baby Shalini, Dr. Sireesha,
7. Revised Basic Course Workshop and Training in Attitude, Ethics and Communication (AETCOM) Dr. Madhavi Singh, Dr. Danish. Dr. Harshita, Dr. Vinod Kumar, Dr. Rakesh, Dr. Vara Prasad Verma, Dr. Fozia, Dr. Swapna, Dr. B. Hymavathi, Dr. Neha Gala, Dr. Baby Shalini, Dr. Sireesha
8. Seminar regarding new UG curriculum (OSCE) by Dr. Rakesh and Dr. Vara Prasad Verma.
9. Dr. Nirupama was awarded the FICO fellowship in Ophthalmology, and the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons, MRCS (opthal).
10. Dr. Taqiuddin Mohammed has awarded the DNB Final Practical Examination in Anatomy June 2021. He has scored 72% marks.
11. Dr. Hymavathi was awarded the FICO fellowship in Ophthalmology.
12. Dr. Rohit was awarded the Fellowship of the Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endosurgeons (FIAGES).
13. Dr. Sandhya Dental Surgeon awarded the Fellow ship of the Global Head and Neck Oncology, by IFHNO and MSKK (USA).
14. Dr. Nisha Bhatia certification e-course by FOGSI-FMFI on Ultrasound in Pregnancy” in March 2021.
15. Dr. Sri Krishna passed Infectious Diseases certified course by Nanavathi Medical College doing online course in Peadiatric Allergy.
Webinars: participation – Total-6
1. NAAC Accreditation and NIRF India rankings, participated Dr. Saju B. Cherain, Professor, Department of Anatomy with presentations Research Projects & Fundraising webinar 27th to 31st August 2021.
2. Dr. Dilip Mathai “Transformation through NAAC Accreditation – A National Workshop for Higher Educational Institutions” on 21st & 22nd June 2021.
3. Dr. Sagar and Dr. Danish attended the webinar on Obstetric Anesthesia.
4. Dr. Rani Reddy Robotic Myomectomy, conducted at Apollo Hospitals Jubilee Hills, Hysteroscopy simplified – Dr. Rajesh Modi on 24 and 25 January 2021, GEM live Hysteroscopy Master Class workshop, on 24 and 25 April 2021 and ISOPARB society, Menopause Society of India and the Royal College of Gynecology.
5. Dr. Meera Reddy- FOGSI, ISOPARB, Menopause Society and Urogynecology
6. Dr. Neha Gala health in the National webinar on Mental Health and Well Being (conducted by ANRM Samruddhi Foundation)- October 2021, Certified Suicide First Aid Responder- Completed the training programme conducted by the National Centre for Suicide Prevention Training, UK- October 2021.
Workshops conducted in the College: Total-4
1. The National Science Day CME on 26th February 2021. The Chief Guest was Dr. G. Bhanu Prakash Reddy Scientist ‘G’ & Head, Biochemistry, NIN Hyderabad, and Dr. Giriraj Ratan Chandak, Chief Scientist, CCMB, Hyderabad
National Science Day 2021
2. Dr. Nirupama- HOA Vista, RP centre-Glaucoma workshop, DCMS workshops
3. Dr. Hymavathi, attended the participated in the RP centres Glaucoma workshop-HOA Vista.
4. Dr. T. Sanjay Reddy, Dr. G. Satyanarayan Reddy, and Dr. B. Hymavathi attended DCMS workshop.
Conferences participation: Total-19
1. Dr. Sowmya and Dr. Madhavi Singh – National Conference ISACON Gujarat 2021
2. Dr. Danish, Dr. Sheetal, Dr. Madhavi, Dr. Abhidya – ISACON Warangal
3. Dr. Sachidananda -ISACON Telangana 2021, at KMC Warangal.
4. Dr. Sheetal and Dr. Abhidya – ISA Kerala Virtual Conference in 2021.
5. Dr. Satyanarayana Reddy- HOA Vista, DCMS workshop, Tackling corneal complications during phaco surgery, Management of Hard cataracts, and Evolving from good to great cataract surgery.
6. Dr. Dilip Mathai -CIDSCON on 29th August 2021.
7. Dr. Dilip Mathai -ANBAI National Conclave 2021, on 5th September 2021.
8. Dr. Harika -FOGSI- FIGO National Conference at HICC Hyderabad on 3-9-21 to 4-9-21
9. Dr. Rani Reddy and Dr. Nisha Bhatia -IAGE PRIDE II, on 3rd and 4th April 2021
10. Dr. Nisha Bhatia-MEU meeting at Gandhi Hospital in April 2021,
11. Dr. Nisha Bhatia -National virtual Conference on “ Optimising the rates of Cesarean section”14-15 December 2021.
12. Dr. Krishna Kumari -FOGSI- FIGO National Conference at HICC Hyderabad on 3-9-21 to 4-9-21, and the AOGS Ahmedabad – Critical Care in Obstetrics, on 17th and 18th December 2021.
13. Dr. Sri Krishna- CMEs- Updates on Hepatitis-A, PATS CME on type 1 Diabetes and the role of micro nutrients in Infant nutrition.
14. Dr. Srikrishna presented -Covid Updates in Pediatrics at the AP Respiratory chapter conference, Case-based studies in Pediatric Allergies- State IAP conference, National TB guidelines- twin cities IAP conference, Maternal stimulation for better Newborn care– National CME about Developmental Delay, Autism, Comorbid conditions- National CME about Autism spectrum disorders.
15. Dr. Swapna Reddy -CME- Update on Hexavalent Vaccine.
16. Dr. Nirupama attended All India Ophthalmology conference.
17. Dr. Sanjay Reddy, Dr. G. -, Tackling Corneal complications during Phaco Surgery, Management of Hard Cataracts, and Evolving from good to great cataract surgery.
18. Dr. T. Sanjay Reddy, Dr. G. Satyanarayan Reddy, Dr. Hymavathi, and Dr. Nirupama attended HoA Vista.
19. Dr. Baby Shalini 5th Annual conference of Telangana State Association of Physician of India Conference 2021 (TSAPCON) on 22nd October 2021 at Shilpakala vedika, Hitech city, Hyderabad.
Poster presentation: Total-29
1. Dr. Snigdha Pattnaik- NATCON poster presentation Coverage Evaluation of BCG, MR, and
IAPSMCON oral presentation on a population based Global physical activity surveillance for prevention of Non Communicable Disease in Urban slum of Sheikpet, Hyderabad on 19th-21st March 2021.
2. Dr. Saba Syed- IAPSMCON poster presentation on Effect of an intervention on self steem, body image satisfaction, and eating disorders in adolescents E Cigarettes and E-Hookahs: Assessing Awareness, Ever Use and effect of a health education intervention among Adolescent school students on 19th-21st March 202.
3. Dr. BN Das- IAPSMCON poster presentation on Study of stress, anxiety, depression and coping strategies among nursing students in a tertiary care teaching hospital, South India on 19th-21st March 2021.
4. Dr. Pavani Verma- IAPSMCON poster presentation on a study on adherence to treatment and life style modifications in hypertensive patients attending health centers of teaching hospital, Hyderabad on 19th-21st March 2021.
5. Dr. Anu Mohan Das – NATCON poster presentation on Tuberculosis among diabetics and their treatment outcome: Cross sectional study in a resettlement colony of East Delhi on January 2021 and IAPSMCON poster presentation on Status of Anti-Hepatitis B surface Antigen titers among vaccinated Health Care Personnel in a Teaching hospital in South India on 19th-21st March 2021.
6. Dr. Danish, Dr. Aparna -Rheumatoid arthiritis And Anesthesia ISACON Warangal 2021.
7. Dr. Sheetal, Dr. Vignan in the Anaesthetic management of geriatric patients with reduced EF and Global Hypokinesia ISACON Warangal 2021.
8. Dr. Abhidya, Dr. Vignan in the Submental intubation: Case Report at ISACON Warangal 2021
9. Dr. Madhavi Singh and Dr. Krupani – Perioperative stroke: Anaesthetic considerations at National ISACON, Ahmedabad 2021
10. Dr. Madhavi Singh and Dr. Sumedha in the Anaesthetic management of Gestational Trophoblastic Disease, with Subclinical Hyperthyroidism and Anaemia, at ISACON Warangal 2021
11. Dr. U Srinivas, Dr. Aparna – Mitral Valve Replacement in a Single Lung Patient, by at the National Conference ISACON, Ahmedabad 2021.
12. Dr. Sachidanand, Dr. Abhidya, and Dr. Krupani, Post spinal intraoperative pulmonary edema: Differential diagnosis at ISACON Warangal 2021.
13. Dr. Sneha Nuguri-26th Annual IAP TCB poster presentation on Hypophosphetemic Rickets in a Child in January 2021.
14. Dr. Tahera Tabasum- 26th Annual IAP TCB poster presentation on Neonatal autoimmune thrombocytopenia secondary to maternal ITP in January 2021.
15. Dr. Anusha-26th Annual IAP TCB poster presentation on Rare case of Brucella with Isolated splenic abscess in a child in January 2021.
16. Dr. Saadhana- 26th Annual IAP TCB poster presentation on Spontaneous Pnemothorax in a Newborn in January 2021.
17. Dr. Roopa – TS-IRIA on Subdural Hematoma following Spinal Anaesthesia for lSCS in January 2021.
18. Dr. Sohini Gandham- TS-IRIA on Rare Tumour of a the Petromastoid Done – endolymphatic sac Tumour in February 2021.
19. TS-IRIA on chapter a rare soft tissue sarcomaion February 2021.
20. Dr. Roopa – TS-IRIA on A rare cause of multi vessel infarct in young adult in December 2021.
21. Dr. Nikhita Gaddam- TS-IRIA on Rare cause of convulsions in a child in March 2021.
22. Dr. Sohini Gandham- TS-IRIA on a rare complication in a covid 19 patient in April 2021.
23. Dr. Renuka-TS-IRIA on chapter a rare bithalamic lesion in April 2021.
24. Dr. Sohini Gandham- TS-IRIA on, CNS embryonal tumour with multi-layered rosettes in May 2021.
25. Dr. Roopa – TS-IRIA on a rare cause of vision impairment in June 2021.
26. Dr. Renuka- TS-IRIA on a rare case report of RCC with rare site metastasis in June 2021.
27. Dr. Nikhita Gaddam- TS-IRIA on a Case report: An unusual cause of convulsions in a Paediatric case in September 2021.
28. Dr. Kommuru Suhas TS-IRIA on Rare case of external aural atresia in October 2021.
29. All General Medicine PG’s presented poster in APICON.
Paper presentations: Total-4
1. Dr. Sowmya and Dr. Madhavi Singh – Validation Study of Gasman Simulation model in Datex Advanced CS2 Anaesthesia workstation using low flow Anaesthesia using sevoflurane, isoflurane, and desflurane at the National Conference -ISACON, Ahmedabad, 202.
2. Dr. Roopa presented paper on “Role of HRCT Chest in the Management of Covid-19 Patients-26th Andhra Pradesh State IPHA/IAPSM joint conference on 8th and 9th January 2021.
3. Dr. Nikhita Gaddam paper on “Extra Skeletal Ewings Sarcoma –Global Radiology at October 2021.
4. Dr. Kommuru Suhas on “Imaging features in bone tumors of hand- Global Radiology in October 2021.
Guest Speaker: Total-12
1. Dr. Dilip Mathai guest speaker to Antimicrobial Stewardship –Where do we stand as a Country, CAHO-CQE on 30th January 2021
2. Dr. Dilip Mathai Panelist for Infectious Disease Beyond Covid, FICCI on 1st October 2021 (Virtual)
3. Dr. Dilip Mathai Panel member and presented for, conference of Telangana State Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance held on 10th October 2021 Rationalising Antibiotic use in healthcare.
4. Dr. Dilip Mathai 5th Annual conference of Telangana State Association of Physician of India Conference 2021 (TSAPCON) on 22nd October 2021 at Shilpakala vedika, Hitech city, Hyderabad on Acute Undifferentiated Fevers.
5. Dr. Dilip Mathai Organized by the PGs of department of Internal Medicine CMC, Vellore on 18th November, 2021 CPC (Clinic Pathological Confernce.
6. Dr. Dilip Mathai TAPICON-2021 on 28th November 2021, Velankanni, Tamil Nadu, “Outpatient Antimicrobial Stewardship for the Practicing Physician”.
7. Dr. Dilip Mathai Medicine Annual Conference (MAC 2021) on 19th November 2021, The Art of Bedside Medicine (Virtual).
8. Dr. Krishna Kumari gave talk s on Domestic Violence in Pregnancy at the ICOG national conference on February 2021.
9. Dr. Krishna Kumari gave talk on South Zone Yuva FOGSI at Vizag, on SLE in Pregnancy in March 2021.
10. Dr. Krishna Kumari invited as a speaker to the East Zone FOGSI Critical Care conference- “Assessment of Critically ill Obstetric patients in June, and other as a speaker in many virtual forums like MILAN-NNF (When to deliver) and MILAN-Bhutan (Intrapartum monitoring).
11. Dr. Krishna Kumari gave talk in the International FIGO Conference, Interventions to minimize surgical site infections in Gynecological Surgeries, in October 2021.
12. Dr. Nirupama gave a talk at the HOA Vista and was a Phaco-Surgical training instructor in Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital.
1. Dr. Sachidananda ISACON Telangana 2021 at the KMC Warangal State conference as Best Senior Anaesthetist award
2. Dr. Ayesha Juhi received the Dr. Naganna Memorial award for the Best Faculty Paper in Medical Education, at the in AP-MEDUCON at SVIMS, Tirupati
3. Dr. Swapna Reddy first Prize in the Practitioners Quiz IAP TCB – January 2021.
4. Dr. Ashok Alimchandani, received the prestigious Dr. MAM Khan Oration award, for outstanding contribution to the field of Psychiatry, on February 2021 by the Hyderabad Psychiatric Society, and he also gave a talk on “Evolutionary Psychiatry and its applications in Clinical Practice at the same meet.
5. Dr. Sri Krishna –central minister of home kishan Reddy on 3rd January 2021, and Elected as EB member for National IAP.
6. Dr. Anusha- first Prize and Dr. Sneha 3rd Prize in the Nephrology PG Quiz.
7. Dr. Sreeja Yadav got second prize in poster presentation at State Conference of TAAPICON 2021.
Collaborations: National/ International
i. Diagnostic efficacy of Stool based Xpert MTB/RIF assay, over sputum based assay in diagnosing Paediatric Pulmonary Tuberculosis in low, resource settings of India.
ii. AMSR/AMSP+Emergency Medicine – Dr. Sebastian Tan/ University of Malaysia.
iii. SEARAME University- Indonesia-Dean Exchange Program.
iv. To promote and conduct education and training in the areas of TB and HIV infection, under the Point Care CME(” POC CME”) Program- Dr. Zelaem Temesgen Mayo Clinic..
v. Faculty development- Dr. Hari Raja/ University of Texas.
vi. Elsevier’s Point of Care solutions in Infectious Diseases. Dr. Dilip Mathai (Author/Editor).
vii. Prevalence of Sepsis on critically ill patients in India-Epidemiology, Outcomes, Antimicrobial Resistance and Usage patterns- Dr. Ashwani Kumar / The George Institute (UNSW), Australia.
viii. The Lancet Global Health. Estimates of prevalence and outcomes of sepsis in patients in intensive care units in India: a cross-sectional study. Naomi Hammond, Ashwani Kumar, Parmeet Kaur, Bhara Kumar T, Arpita Ghosh, Sarah Grattan, Vivekanand Jha, Dilip Mathai, Balasubramanian Venkatesh.
ix. M-Health Based Neonatal and Child Infection Disease Syndromic Surveillance and Monitoring at Child Care Center. Dr. Nandhi Ramachandran, Dr. Sai Ram, and Dr. Dilip Mathai.
x. Validation of AI tool – for diagnosing Pulmonary TB-BMGF/Google/ ARI.
xi. Comprehensive evaluation of Direct Benefit Transfers (DBT) scheme and Patient Support Systems (PSS) in achieving desired change in nutritional status, treatment adherence, and treatment outcomes of TB Patients in Hyderabad District, Telangana.
xii. Prevalence of Latent Tuberculosis Infection and Predictive Factors in adult migrant population living in the non-notified slums of Hyderabad city, India.
xiii. Prevalence and Determinants of Tuberculosis Among Migrant Brick Kiln Workers’ and high risk group Families in Telangana State.
xiv. Prevalence of Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis in Hyderabad, Telangana.
xv. Prevalence of Atypical Mycobacteria in Gene Expert positive TB patients.
xvi. Genomic Sequencing and Spatial Analysis of Drug Resistant TB.
xvii. Usage of Artificial Intelligence for the diagnostic accuracy of Chest X-rays in Tuberculosis.
xviii. Implementing an Integrated Interdisciplinary health system package model of services for Elimination of TB through early identification among population living in remote tribal areas of India.
xix. Pharmacogenetic Determinants of 6-MercaptoPurine toxicity and relapse in children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, Department of Science and Technology – Science & Engineering Research Board (DST-SERB), New Delhi (EMR/2016/003512/HS), 2017-2021. Requested for one more year extension
xx. Extracellular vesicles (EVs) based non-invasive biomarkers for detection of minimal residual disease (MRD) in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) (56/2/2020-GIA/Hae/BMS). 2020-2023.
xxi. Evaluation of utility of genetic markers in drug metabolizing enzymes and transporters in predicting the response and toxicity of Imatinib therapy in Indian chronic myeloid leukemia patients.NATCO Pharma Limited, Hyderabad. 2019-2022 (Work in progress)..
xxii. Combinational effect of CYP3A5 and ABCB1 (MDR1) genotypes on Tacrolimus pharmacokinetics in Indian Renal Transplant Recipients. Dept. of Nephrology, Apollo Hospitals, Hyderabad. 2017-2019. Work completed, Manuscript under preparation.
xxiii. Association of NUDT15*3 and FPGS 2572C>T Variants with the Risk of Early Hematologic Toxicity During 6-MP and Low-Dose Methotrexate-Based Maintenance Therapy in Indian Patients with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Zydus Pharmaceuticals, USA. 2018-2019. Manuscript published in “Genes” Journal in 2020.
xxiv. Novel low-costpaper based diagnostic device for the diagnosis of invasive aspergillosisin patients with hematological malignancies. Department of Health Research, (DHR), New Delhi. 2022-2024.
xxv. Molecular and Pharmacogenetic marker evaluation in relation to the toxicity and clinical response of acute lymphoblastic leukemia treatment in Indian children (MPGx-INDALL) in collaboration with CANSEARCH Foundation, University of Geneva, Switzerland, JIPMER, Puducherry, AIIMS New Delhi. Budget approved by has been approved by swiss national science foundation (SNSF) under Indo-Swiss Collaborative research grant call (ISJRP-2020). Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), Switzerland and Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi, under Indo-Swiss Collaborative research grant call (ISJRP-2020) and CANSEARCH Foundation, University of Geneva, Switzerland. 2022-2026 Yet to be start