::Departments : Non-Clinical : Physiology
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
GOVT THIRUVARUR MEDICAL COLLEGE, THIRUVARUR
About  Department :
           The Physiology department at Government Thiruvarur Medical College is an intellectually vibrant place. We have been successfully imparting detailed and complete knowledge of normal functioning of human body. This will enable our students to apply their knowledge in physiology to understand the pathological disease states.
          Our department is committed to excellence in teaching under graduate students since 2010 and guiding various research activities.
 
     Our routine academic activities : 
                       
We teach the following courses
  • MBBS
  • Various Allied health science courses like Diploma in Radiation Technology, Medical Record Technician, and Theatre & Anesthesia Technician courses etc. We conduct theory classes, Hematology and Clinical practical classes.
 
      Co curricular Educational activities :
       
                 We conduct small group discussions, quiz and symposia periodically to encourage the competitive spirit among young minds. We also encourage and guide students to participate in Inter college quiz competitions, oral / poster presentations.
 
      Research activities :
                          Members of the faculty of the Department of Physiology are involved in collaborative research works with various clinical Departments. We have been guiding medical students in ICMR -STS projects.
 
      Laboratory activities:
                 Our department is well equipped with the following Equipments
1. Computerised Spirometer
2. Bicycle Ergometer
3. ECG machine
4. Physiopac machine
5. Physiograph
 
                   We are committed to infuse in our students a life-long love for learning medicine and a keen sense of curiosity about recent advancements in the field of medicine.
 
PUBLICATION DETAILS:
  1. G.Hariprasath, Dr. S. Sakila et al. Increased TG/HDL Ratio, A Surrogate Marker of Insulin Resistance in PCOS Women. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. Nov, 2017, Volume 16, Issue 11 Ver. X, Page 29-32.
  2. G.Hariprasath, Dr. S. Sakila et al. Taurine supplementation improves insulin sensitivity and lipid profile in PCOS women. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2018, Volume 7, Issue 1, Page 208-10.
  3. G.Hariprasath, Dr. S. Sakila et al. Metformin Treatment Reduces Insulin Resistance And Also Corrects Dyslipidemia In PCOS Women. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 2018, Volume 17, Issue 01, Ver. VIII January. 2018, Page 15-17.
  4. Dinesh T, Dinesh Kumar E, Rajajeyakumar M, Charumathi V. Effect of short-term breathing exercise training on perceived stress and stroop effect in chronic smart phone users. Int. Arch Integr Med, 2018; 5 (11): 01-07.
  5. Dinesh T, Rajajeyakumar M, Sakila S. Effect of 12 weeks of slow breathing exercise practice on anthropometric parameters in healthy volunteers. Natl J Physiol Pharm Pharmacol, 2018; 8 (12): 1650-53.
  6. Dinesh Kumar E, Dinesh T. Effect of short-term breathing exercise practice on cognitive function in chronic mobile phone users. Int J Med Sci Public Health, 2019; 8 (3): 205-08.
 
SUBMITTED PROJECTS:
  1. Evaluation of the effectiveness of early clinical exposure (ECE) in learning clinical examination skills among preclinical students submitted in Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology
 
 
ONGOING RESEARCH DETAILS:
  1. Impact of didactic lecture on the knowledge of contraceptive devices among adolescent medical students – Principal investigator Dr. Dinesh T
  2. Effect of six weeks of yoga training on body composition and cardio-respiratory parameters in first degree relatives of diabetes mellitus patients - Principal investigator Dr. Dinesh T
  3. Comparative assessment of quality of sleep, cognitive function and stress levels between Type A and Type B personality health care workers – Principal investigator Dr. S. Sakila
  4. Assessment of basal physiological parameters during different phases of menstrual cycle among health care students with premenstrual syndrome- Principal investigator Dr. T. N . Vijayalakshmi
  
PARTICIPATION IN QUIZ PROGRAMS:
  1. First year medical students of 2016-2017 batch attended state level UG quiz on Cardiovascular Physiology, “HRDAYA 2016” held on 25.03.2019 organized by Institute of Physiology, Madurai Medical College, Madurai and Association of Physiologists of Tamilnadu.
TEAM A TEAM B
M. SHIVANI S.V. DHARUNA
T. NANDHINI A. MEKALA DEVI
G. SIVARANCHANI E. DINESH KUMAR
  1. First year medical students of 2017-2018 batch attended state level UG quiz on Cardiovascular Physiology, “CALYX 2K18” held on 17.03.2018 organized by Department of Physiology, Saveetha Medical College, Chennai and Association of Physiologists of Tamilnadu.
TEAM A TEAM B TEAM C
NASIHAH UMM ABIHAH. M BANUSHREE. J DEEBICA. M
ROJA SAKTHI. R.S DAPHNIE LETRICIA JOHN PRIYADARSHINI. D
ATCHAYA VARDHINI. N.M PREETHIKA. S DHANUSH ATHITHIYA.S
 
 
 
   
 
  1. First year medical students of 2018-2019 batch attended state level UG quiz on Cardiovascular Physiology, “QUIZENTERA” held 23.02.2019 on organized by Department of Physiology, PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Coimbatore and Association of Physiologists of Tamilnadu.
 
TEAM A TEAM B
ANU PARGAVI J JAI KUMAR R
NITHYASHREE T NITISH KUMAR J
CHRISTINA MOLLY SOM MOHAMED RAZIK S
 
 
   

CONFERENCE PRESENTATION DETAILS
Presented by Faculty
  1. Evaluation of the effectiveness of Early Clinical Exposure in learning clinical examination skills” – in APTCON 2017 (THUYIL 2017) held from 28th October to 29th October 2017 organized by Department of Physiology, Stanley Medical College, Chennai. (E-Poster presentation) and won Second prize. (Dr. Dinesh.T)         
          
  1. “Effect of short term breathing exercise training on cognitive function and perceived stress in chronic smart phone users” in APTCON 2018 (LEMECON 2018) held from 5th October to 7th October 2018 organized by Department of Physiology, Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences, Mathuranthagam. (Dr. Dinesh.T)  
           

 
 
   
Presented by Medical students
  1. E. Dinesh Kumar – 2016 Batch
  1. Effect of short term breathing exercise training on cognitive function in chronic mobile phone users in CHARM 2018 held from Sep 4th to 6th at Government Chengalpattu Medical College (E-Poster Presentation) – 2nd Prize
         




 
 
   
      ii.“Effect of slow breathing exercises on perceived stress in chronic smart phone users” in GLANZENDO                2018 held on September 20th 2018 organized by Government Salem Medical College (Poster                                Presentation) – 2nd Prize

            






 
 
   
  1. Effect of Short Term Breathing exercise training on stroop effect in chronic mobile phone users on TORCULA 2018 on September 11th 2018 at Indhira Gandhi Medical College & Research Institute (Oral paper presentation)
         
 
   
  1. S. Prasanth -  2016 Batch
“Disorders of platelets and blood cells” presented at Indian Medical Association conference held in Tiruchirappalli on 1st September, 2017 (Poster presentation) organized by Indian Medical Association, Trichy chapter.

 
   
  1. Banushree. J – 2017 Batch
“Evaluation of blood group as a predisposing factor for Alzhiemer’s disease” in APTCON 2018 (LEMECON 2018) held from 5th October to 7th October 2018 organized by Department of Physiology, Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences, Mathuranthagam. (Oral presentation)
 
  1. Atchayavardhani N.M– 2017 Batch
“Cross sectional study of pre disposing factors of Alzhiemer’s disease” in APTCON 2018 (LEMECON 2018) held from 5th October to 7th October 2018 organized by Department of Physiology, Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences, Mathuranthagam. (Oral presentation)
 
  1. Nasihah Umm Abihah M- 2017 Batch
“Physiological anatomy of memory” in APTCON 2018 (LEMECON 2018) held from 5th October to 7th October 2018 organized by Department of Physiology, Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences, Mathuranthagam.
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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