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Achievements of the department: 

The department prides itself in producing seven authors. The textbooks authored from the faculty of the department cater to wide range of courses such as MBBS, MD Anatomy, BMLS, B.Sc. AHS, B.Sc. Nursing, Medical Education courses and Veterinary Encyclopedia.

The list of books authored from the Department of Anatomy are as follows,

List of Books/Chapters published by faculty:

Name of the Faculty List of Books/Chapters published
Dr. Suma HY 1.       Suma H Y, Sakthivel S, Verma S, Velkumary S, Dhanalakshmi Y. Exam preparatory manual for nurses. Anatomy and physiology. Jaypee;2021. 2.       Suma H Y, Editor. Manipal Manual of Clinical anatomy. Volume 1, Lower limb. 2nd ed. CBS publishers and Distributor Pvt. Ltd; 2023.
Dr. Raveendranath V 1.      Veeramani R and Holla SJ. Editors. Gray’s Anatomy for students. 2nd south Asia ed. New Delhi:  Elsevier; 2019.
Dr.Sulochana Sakthivel 1.        Suma H Y, Sakthivel S, Verma S, Velkumary S, Dhanalakshmi Y. Exam preparatory manual for nurses. Anatomy and physiology. Jaypee;2021.
Dr.Suman Verma 1.       Suma H Y, Sakthivel S, Verma S, Velkumary S, Dhanalakshmi Y. Exam preparatory manual for nurses. Anatomy and physiology. Jaypee;2021.
Dr. Yogesh Sontakke
  1. Sontakke Y. Textbook of Human Anatomy (Volume 1 to 6). 1st ed. India: CBS Publishers and Distributors; 2021 and 2023.
  2. Sontakke Y. Textbook of Human Histology. 1st ed. India:CBS Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd; 2019.
  3. Sontakke Y. Textbook of Human Embryology with Clinical Cases And 3D Illustrations.  2nd ed. India: CBS Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd;2022.
  4. Sontakke Y. Principles of Histological techniques, Immunohistochemistry and Microscopy. 1st ed. India: Paras publisher; 2017.
  5. Sontakke Y. Principles of Clinical Genetics. 2nd ed. India: Jaypee Publishers; 2022.
  6. Majumdar A, Sontakke Y. Principles of Scientific Writing. 1st ed. India: Paras Publisher;2018.
  7. Bhanarkar U, Sontakke Y. Multiple Choice Questions and Viva in Human Embryology. 1st ed. India: CBS Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd; 2022.
  8. Sontakke Y. Textbook of Human Embryology with Clinical Cases And 3D Illustrations. 1st ed. India: CBS Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd; 2018.
  9. Sontakke Y. Principles of Clinical Genetics. 1sted. India: Jaypee Publishers; 2017.
  10. Sontakke Y. Companion Workbook for Textbook of Human Embryology. 2nd ed. India: CBS Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd; 2022.
Dr. Rajasekhar S.S.S.N 1.       Rajasekhar.S.S.S.N. Embalming and whole-body Donation. A Practical Guide.1st ed. Hyderabad: Paras; 2019.
Dr. Dinesh Kumar V 1.       Kumar VD. Associate editor. Essentials of communication and education technology for BSC nursing. 2nd ed (PB 2020) Paperback – 1 January 2020.Authors: Dr. Gopichandran L and Dr. Kanniammal C Publisher: ‎ CBS NURSING. 2.       One of the four editors in “Effective Educational Practices in Health Profession Education: Anthology of NTTC Alumni”.ISBN 978-93-5407-462-2. DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.12458423 3.       Few chapters in NTTC Students’ Handbook 2020-21 [in the final process of compilation] Written four chapters in Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, © Springer Nature edited by Vonk J and Shackelford TK. 4.       Deshmukh VR, Kumar VD. Primary Somatosensory cortex. Chapter 552 in J. Vonk, T. K. Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019.  5.       Deshmukh VR, Kumar VD. Lunate Sulcus. Chapter 1478 in J. Vonk, T. K. Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019. 6.       Deshmukh VR, Kumar VD. Prosopagnosia. Chapter 784 in J. Vonk, T. K. Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019. 7.       Deshmukh VR, Kumar VD. Regurgitation. Chapter 596 in J. Vonk, T. K. Shackelford (eds.), Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019.

Services: The department is actively involved in patient care services in processing karyotyping for the past 22 years. The karyotyping unit is well equipped with automated workstation and facilitates its studies for work of FISH/interphase FISH. The department is well stabilized for studies of DNA damage using comet assay and micronucleus score. It has grown in infrastructure with the establishment of Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for studies in molecular genetics, gene studies and runs a full-time service and project work. The department is also equipped with Confocal microscopy, COMET assay, Histotechniques, anatomical and soft embalming techniques.

Activities:

The department collaborates with General surgery, Surgical Gastroenterology, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Plastic surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, ENT clinical departments to conduct cadaveric surgical skill training workshops for inhouse faculty and residents as well as external participants, periodically. The department also conducts workshop on embalming, museum techniques, karyotyping, comet assay, ImageJ software and Adobe illustrator software.

Laurels of the department faculty and residents:

Name of the Faculty/Residents Achievements
Dr. Suma 1.      Krishnamurthy Arumugam Memorial award for best paper published in International Journal of Anatomical Sciences for the paper titled “Coronary Venous Anatomy and its relevance” in 2014.
Dr. Raveendranath 1.      Curis Remuneror award,at cimcon Foundation in association with World Organisation of Family Doctors(WONCA)-Rural South Asia and Swath Gram at Bhopal 2.      Best postgraduate award at St John’s medical college, Bangalore
Dr. Yogesh Ashok Sontakke 1.      Award of Excellence in Medical Education 2022 by Indian Medial Association Tamil Nadu
Dr. Rajasekhar SSSN 1.      Principle investigator and lead author of best paper award and cash price winning article titled “Advanced training in laparoscopic gastrointestinal surgical procedures using Genelyn embalmed human cadavers-A novel model” published in Journal of Minimal Access Surgery under the aegis of Indian association of Gastrointestinal endo-Surgeons. (2021-22) 2.      Winner of 2nd prize for poster presentation titled “Body donation- consent from non-related persons: case series, review, and recommendations” in CME cum update on Perspective of contemporary Anatomy Acts held at GGS Medical college, Faridkot, Punjab on 30/03/2017
Dr. Dinesh Kumar. V 1.      Won the first prize for the poster entitled, “Infusing the axioms of clinical reasoning in designing clinico-anatomical case vignettes for first year medical students: a pilot feasibility study” on 13th-15th September 2019 2.      One of the authors who won the “Best JMAS Award Winners” for the paper entitled, “Advanced training in laparoscopic gastrointestinal surgical procedures using Genelyn®-embalmed human cadavers: a novel model” in the IAGES conference 2021-22. 3.      One of the authors who received the Jury Choice Award for the E-Paper titled “Analysing the effect of incorporating images while framing MCQs for online anatomy assessment among first-year medical students: A quasi-controlled observation study” at the virtual Medical Education Conference (MEDUCON-2021. One of the authors who won the best paper in medical education category for the paper entitled, “Infusing the axioms of clinical reasoning in designing clinico-anatomical case vignettes for first-year medical students: a pilot feasibility study” at KCACON on September 2019
Dr. Jahira Banu T (Senior Resident) 1.      NATCON- 68th National conference of anatomical society of India 28th -30th January 2022: Best poster presentation: Morphology of sub-thebesian recess in the Cavo-tricuspid isthmus.
Dr. Jakkula Akhil (Junior Resident) 1.      BMSeCON 2022 3RD International e-conference, basic medical science e-conference by AVMC, Puducherry (17th-19th November 2022): Best Oral Paper Presentation (PG Category): “Egg and Clay Model of Thalamus – As A Learning Resource”. 2.      69TH NATCON, Global congress of anatomists, national conference of anatomical society of India (9th-11th December 2022): PG Quiz competition: Second place. 3.       69TH NATCON, Global congress of anatomists, national conference of anatomical society of India (9th-11th December 2022): Model-making competition: Second place. 4.       77TH TIMACON 2022, Tamil Nadu branch of Indian medical association (17th-18th December 2022): Best Paper Award with a cash prize of Rs.10,000/-: “Unravelling Mysterious 3D Neuroanatomy with Simple Clay Anatomy and Air Anatomy”.
Dr. Kalaivani (Junior Resident) 1.      PUDUCON '22 43rd Annual conference of Association of Anatomists of Tamil Nadu by SLIMS, Puducherry. (14th & 15th October 2022). Best poster presentation award (PG category): "Assessing the utility of paper clay bone model for teaching perineum". 2.      BMSeCON 2022 3rd, International e- conference, basic medical science e-conference by AVMC, Puducherry. (17th-19th November 2022). Best Oral paper presentation (PG category): "Anatomical Variant of Vertebral, Renal, and Obturator Artery in A Single Human Body – A Cadaveric Case Report".  
Dr. Nikilesh (Junior Resident) 1.      69TH NATCON, Global congress of anatomists, national conference of anatomical society of India (9th-11th December 2022): PG Quiz competition: Second place.
Dr. Priyanka Clementina Stephen(Senior Resident) participated in the BMSeCON 2023 at AVMC, Puducherry held between 13th-15th December 2023 and won the best oral paper presentation for presentation titled "Bilateral trifurcation of external carotid artery concurrent with variations in auriculotemporal nerve and middle meningeal artery".
Last Updated :13-Feb-2024