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Microbiology Practical Manual

Microbiology Practical Manual

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This book aims to assist MBBS students in spending quality time in performing experiments in the class and use up less time in writing down the experimental procedures. It contains important related images and figures which give the student a comprehensive understanding of the subject and are useful for preparation of viva voce for the professional examinations.

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    This book aims to assist MBBS students in spending quality time in performing experiments in the class and use up less time in writing down the experimental procedures. It contains important related images and figures which give the student a comprehensive understanding of the subject and are useful for preparation of viva voce for the professional examinations. It provides a comprehensive overview of the practical experiments expected of an MBBS student in the 3rd, 4th and 5th semesters, till he/she appears for the final professional examination. The practical manual will not only guide the students on relevant topics but will simultaneously be assessed by the teachers on his performance on daily basis.

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    Book Rights CBS Publishing
    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Size NA
    Year 2020
    Edition 1/e
    Author Shukla Das | Rumpa Saha
    About the Author

    Shukla Das MD ,DNB,MNANS is currently Director-Professor, Department of Microbiology, University College of Medical Sciences and Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital, Dilshad Garden, Delhi; former Assistant Director, National Centre for Disease Control, has more than 120 publications and 25 years of teaching experience in microbiology to medical undergraduates, postgraduates,nursing and dental students. She has guided several PhD students registered under Faculty Medical Sciences (FMS), Delhi University. Besides conducting teaching programs, she has completed 10 government funded projects in autoimmunity, diarrhoeal diseases and fungal infections. She has published 120 peer-reviewed and indexed papers and written chapters in 6 textbooks. She has been examiner for BDS, MBBS, MD, PhD examinations at several Universities. She has been invited to deliver scientific talks at various national and international conferences. She is also the Joint Secretary of SIHAM (Indian Society for Human and Animal Mycology). She has been awarded several best paper poster/oral presentations of which the Satish Chandra best research paper award by IAMM, Delhi chapter, in 2016 and Dr AM Saoji and Dr SR Sengupta Memorial award at national conference MICROCON 2014 were most coveted.

    Rumpa Saha MBBS,MD (Microbiology) is currently Professor,Department of Microbiology,University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital,Dilshad Garden, Delhi. She has been associated with this hospital since 2002. She has more than 16 years of teaching experience to undergraduate, postgraduate, nursing and MLT students. Her area of interest includes enteric diseases, parasitology and STIs. Besides conducting and supervising research in microbiology, she has 73 papers published in indexed national and international scientific journals of repute and has contributed chapters in Osteoarticular Tuberculosis, Rational Use of Antimicrobials: Indian Perspectives, Diploma in MLT Microbiology and has also edited the last two books. She has been examiner for MBBS, MD (Microbiology) and BDS courses of a number of universities. She is an active member of several scientific societies and has also delivered guest lectures and chaired sessions at a number of conferences/symposia in India.

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    Subject Microbiology
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