MCOMS > PROGRAMS > Medicine-PG > Departments > Anatomy
Dr Shrikant Akolekar
Prof and Head
Dr Prakash Baral
Mr Phanindra Prasad Poudel
BSc, MSc (Medical Anatomy)
Ms Chacchu Bhattarai
Facilities available in department : Well furnished anatomy dissection hall and fully equipped histology laboratory having facilities for microtomy, staining and equipment for audiovisual presentation of slides.
Roles of department: Anatomy department undertakes teaching program in anatomy for semester I to IV.
Research activities under progress:
Mr Phanindra Prasad Poudel:
1. Study on variation of termination external jugular vein.
2. Comparative study of fetal weight and placental parameters in smoking and nonsmoking Nepalese mothers.
Ms Chacchu Bhattarai:
1. Comparative Study of thickness of frontal bone on CT scan focusing on pressure distributed area between load carrying and load not carrying Nepalese population.
Achievement of department, faculty, staff:
Mr Rohit Kumar Sarda:
1. 55th National Conference of Anatomical Society of India at Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Sion, Mumbai (Dec 2007)
2. Preconference Workshop on Plastination and Neurotechniques and Conference at 9th state level annual conference of Karnataka Chapter of Anatomists at J.S.S Medical College , Mysore, Karnataka (May 2007). 3. CME on Research Methodology in Neuroscience at Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore.
4. CME on Plasination Technique at Kasturba Medical College, Manipal (March 2007).
5. CME on Teaching Anatomy- Current trends on Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore (March 2007). 6.National Symposium and Workshop on laboratory Medicine in Health Care Services at Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences, Sikkim (March 2003)
Incidence of Persistence of Median artery in Upper limb.
1. Upgrading the teaching activities in the dissection hall by providing computer based teaching as well as for self directed study.
2.It is envisaged to established cytogenetic laboratory in the department of anatomy for research and to provide laboratory services to patients from MTH
3.The anatomy museum is being upgraded by adding new specimens, wall charts, human skeletons and internet accessibleomputers for self directed study.