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Dr. Sunitha Namani

Dr. Sunitha Namani

When did you Join SJSM (year)?

2022

Subjects Taught:

1.Human Physiology (General physiology, system physiology (Cardiovascular, Renal, Respiratory, Endocrine, Reproductive, Gastrointestinal, Blood, Musculo skeletal), 2. Research in health medicine 1(RHM1), 3.Research in health medicine 2 (RHM2)

Campus:

St. Vincent

Faculty Rank:

Associate Professor

Academic Degree:

PhD

University:

AIMST UNIVERSITY, MALAYSIA.

Degree Obtained:

2017

Years of Teaching Experience:

16 years

Years of Research Experience:

16 years

Notable Research Publications:

  • Antidiabetic activity of Solanum torvum fruit extract in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. Frontiers in Nutrition,28 October 2022. Impact Factor 6.
  • Phytochemical and Antioxidant analysis of the leaf extract of Malaysian Medicinal Plant Abroma augusta L. ISI Journal, Indian J Pharm Sci 2018;80(1):192-198.Impact factor 0.8.
  • In vitro Antioxidant Assay, HPLC Profiling of Polyphenolic Compounds,ASS and FTIR Spectrum of Malaysian Origin Solanum torvum fruit. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. 2015, ISI Journal,5, 320-329. Impact factor 0.8.

List any awards or notable achievements:

  • Co-author of book LEARNING OUTCOME BASED PHYSIOLOGY, VOLUM 1- CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTERM. 6th July 2018.

Why I love teaching:

Teaching physiology with a focus on preparing students for NBME and USMLE Step-1 is a dynamic and rewarding experience that aligns with my dedication to shaping future healthcare professionals. I am passionate about guiding students through the complexities of physiological processes, ensuring a thorough understanding that goes beyond rote memorization. In my class, students can anticipate a dynamic and interactive learning environment. I employ case-based discussions, real-world clinical scenarios, and innovative teaching methods to foster a comprehensive understanding of physiological concepts. Students should look forward to a supportive atmosphere where questions are encouraged, critical thinking is emphasized, and the application of knowledge to clinical scenarios is a priority. My goal is not only to prepare students for standardized exams but also to instill a lasting curiosity and appreciation for the dynamic nature of physiological systems in the context of medical practice.

Outside of classroom:

Sports, Dance and music
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