The Department of Pathology
The Department of Pathology started way back at the inception of JIPMER. It was headed by stalwarts like Dr. DJ Reddy, Dr. AL Arora, Dr. AJ Veliath, Dr. Kamala Chandra and Dr. Malati Madhavan. Over the years it has developed into a multidisciplinary department with a well-developed undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. The department has played a major role in the patient care by providing the essential in-patient and out-patient laboratory services including 24-hour emergency services.
- The Annual conference of the Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry state of Indian Association of Pathologists and Microbiologists (TAPCON) 2019 was organized by Stanley Medical College in Chennai from 11th to 13th July, 2019. Dr. Bhawana Bhadhe, Dr. Srinivas BH and Dr. J Sree Rekha attended the conference. Dr. Bhawana chaired a session on non- neoplastic lesions of GIT and liver. Dr. Srinivas and his team conducted a postgraduate quiz. Mrs. Priscilla, PhD scholar, presented an oral paper, "CXCL9 - A predictive genetic biomarker for renal allograft injury" and won the second prize in the oral presentations. Dr. J. Jhansi, III year postgraduate, Dr. Manju Bala, II year postgraduate and Dr. Soundarya Ravi, II year resident won the first, second and third prizes respectively, sweeping all the three prizes in the post graduate quiz. Dr. U. Sandyya, Senior Resident, presented an oral paper titled, "Epithelioid sarcoma - A pathologists perspective, a case series from tertiary care center in South India." It was all in all, an academic feast and a fruitful and invigorating weekend.
- Dr. Ranjith AR, final year postgraduate, Pathology along with Dr. Karthikeyan (PG Medicine) and Dr. Dhayaguruvasn (PG Pediatrics) came third in the South Zone Hematology quiz organized under the auspices of Indian Society of Hematology and Transfusion Medicine, held in Bangalore
- Debdatta Basu was an invited speaker at Sri Manakula Vinayagar South Indian Physician Conference (SMVSIPCON 2015), held at Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College, Puducherry held on 31st October and 1st November 2015. He spoke on Approach to pancytopenia
- Dr. Debdatta Basu, Professor of Pathology along with Dr. K. Arun Kumar, Senior Resident and Dr. Prasad Dange, Senior Resident, were invited faculty at the Pre-conference Hematology CME and Workshop on Bone marrow biopsy interpretation held at MKCG Medical College, Brahmapur, Odisha. They conducted a workshop on Bone marrow trephine biopsy and spoke on the following topics
Dr. Debdatta Basu -1.Myeloproliferative neoplasm and 2. Plasma cell dyscrasia
Dr. K. Arun Kumar – Non-hematological malignancies
Dr. Prasad Dange – PUO and HIV
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