About Us

      

Dr Motilal C Tayade   MD, PhD scholar, FIME 

Managing Editor & Working Head  , Applied Physiology and Anatomy Digest 

Dr M C Tayade is enthusiastic, dedicated , technosavvy and dynamic medical professional and researcher   with an experience in editing, reviewer to number of National – International journals, creative writing and scientific writing since 15 years. He is an author of Best seller “Textbook of Medical Bioethics, Attitude and Communication” for medical graduates and clinicians  published by CBS, India in 2015. He is working in Department of Physiology, PIMS , Loni , India. He has undergoing MCI , Fellowship in Medical Education (FIME) from GS Medical College & KEM Hospital , Mumbai , India for 2015. He is working as Executive Editor, Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research  , one of the reputed and well known Biomedical Journal from Indian subcontinent . He Published 35 research articles in various reputed National and International Journals  during last three years with an excellent citation Index. He is a member, World Association of Medical Editors ( WAME ) , Texas , USA and  member, International association for Medical Editors , USA. He completed 3T training programme over “Medical Bioethics” organized by MUHS Nasik University and UNESCO – Haifa. Australia. Recently he is elected as President, Association of Medical Researchers of India (AMRI) , India . His area of research work is effects of smoking over cardiovascular autonomic functions and especially nerve conduction velocity. He is pursing PhD in Medical Education topic entitled Early clinical exposure (ECE) and its impact in Indian Scenario. He is expert in electromyography, conduction velocities measures in clinical practice.

 

 

 Dr Sumita Mishra  PhD 

Managing Editor , Applied Physiology and Anatomy Digest  

.Dr Sumita Mishra is working in the capacity of a research associate at the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Cardiology, School of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, USA. Her primary areas of research are molecular biology, atherosclerosis, lipids, lipoproteins, vascular biology, cardiovascular and metabolic disorders. She has been engaged with research in the area of molecular cardiology and cardiovascular biology for the last 11 years. Apart from  research projects, she has  being actively involved in mentoring and training pre-med students, med students, grad students and visiting Professors on sabbatical leave at  own Lab in Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. She has papers in highly competitive peer-reviewed journals. Her research work focuses on the role of Annexin A6 in cardiomyocytes. The research objectives were - Detailed study of the localisation of Annexin A6 and its mutants in cardiomyocytes with ontogenic development, the association of this protein with intracellular calcium release process & its potential role in cardiac EC coupling process. She searched the interacting partners of Annexin A6 in cardiac pool and studied the molecular mechanisms involved in cardiac hypertrophy. She investigated the interaction of Annexin A6 with RNA and found some potential mRNA targets for this protein. She  has also investigated the role of MMP1 in thyroid hormone induced matrix degradation in cardiac hypertrophy. She has  substantially contributed to a research showing that a protein from Leishmania may be useful for treating human disease – specifically, for curing disease originating from certain mitochondrial defects.     

    

              

Dr Prathmesh H Kamble  MD , PhD scholar 

Managing Editor , Applied Physiology and Anatomy Digest 

 Dr.Prathamesh H Kamble is a enthusiastic medical professional and researcher from Human Physiology. He is medical graduate MBBS (2003) and he was 1st in Medical university of Maharashtra for his MD Physiology degree in year 2010. He has deep interest in research. He is trained and certified with various advanced research techniques like genetic and electrophysiologicaltechniques. He has presented many research papers in various national and international conferences and won the best oration prizes.He has more than 35 research publications in various internationally indexed journals to his credit and he has also published a monograph book on ‘sedentary lifestyle and coronary artery disease’ with a international publishing house. He has successfully devised a low cost, point care biomedical device to diagnose vital signs for rural settings in collaboration with the engineering institute. Currently he is pursuing his Ph.D. physiology in geriatric neurophysiology under Maharashtra University of Health sciences. His areas of interest are neurophysiology, geriatric medicine and sports medicine. At present, he is working as  Assistant Professor of Physiology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences , Jodhpur , Rajasthan , India .