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PROF. M. IRSHAD

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PROF. M. IRSHAD
( Ph.D , MNAMS , MNYASc. (USA) , FIMSA )

HEAD

DEPARTMENT OF LABORATORY MEDICINE, AIIMS

Experience at AIIMS

Joined AIIMS in 1981 ;Recruited as a faculty member in 1991.

Researchspecialities

Clinical & Basic Biochemistry, Clinical Immunology, Molecular Biology with major contribution in liver diseases (Viral Hepatitis).

Professional Experience

Teaching (U.G./P.G. ), academic and research experience in medical science ( > 35 years ).

Awards / Fellows

(1)Dr. DharamvirDatta Memorial Oration Award( ICMR ) : 1990

(2) “RashtriyaGaurav Award” :2010

(3) Best Citizen of India” :2010

(4) “Bharat Jyoti Award” :2013

(5) “Indira Gandhi Shiromani Award” :2014

(6) “Mahatma Gandhi EktaSamman” : 2015

(7) “Bharat Ratna Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Excellence Award” : 2017

 

Medals / Prizes

(1) National Merit Scholarship for a distinct position in H.Sc. U.P. Board Examn. (1969-73)

(2) Gold-Medal for top rank in University (1975)

(3) Best-prize for running a chemical society in college, as president of thesociety (1975)

Thesis Guide / Co-guide

Ph.D. : 18

D.M./M.Ch. : 10

M.D. : 26

M.Sc. : 3

Publications

Res. Publications : 153

Chapters in Books : 4

Abstracts : 28

Project Investigator

Principal Investigator : 15

Co-Investigator : 10

Memberships of Academic & Scientific Societies

(1) New York Academy of Science : 1995

(2) National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS) : 1998

(3) Fellow of International Medical Sciences Academy ( FIMSA ): 1999

(4) Digestive Disease Foundation :1988

(5) American Association of Clinical Chemist : 2004

Member of Committees

1.WHO Surveillance Committee on Viral Hepatitis :1984-1988

2. Staff Selection Committee :1992-onwards

3. Project Review Committee :1995-onwards

4. Departmental Promotional Committee :2000-onwards

5. Board of Counseling of PG Examination :1994-2008

6. Member, Staff Selection Board (UPSC) :2002- onwards

7. Animal Ethics Committee,AIIMS :2007-2008

8. National Tobacco Control Program :2008-2009

9. Member, Store Purchase Committee, AIIMS :2013-onwards

 

Member of Review / Editorial Board

Several Indian & foreign journals including IJMR, IMJ, GUT, BMJ, JVM, VRT , BMC Mol.

Biol., Med. Sci. Monitor, IJBB, JIMSA, Virology, BMC Gastroenterology, JGH, IRI, WJG

Hepatitis Monthly, Cancer Letters, Gastro. Research, IJMMS, Viral Immunol., MJMS, HI,

Elsevier & Blackwell publications.

1. Nominated as the Member of Editorial Board for World Journal of Hepatology (WJH) since March, 2013.

2. A compliment of “EXCELLENT PAPER” submitted to Journal of Gastroenterology &Hepatology by its Editor in 2013.

3. Grading of review article published in “International Reviews of Immunology” to be one among 1% best paper of the world.

Responsibilities

(1) U.G. / P.G. teaching

(2) Academic& Research

(3) Management of patients’ investigations (a major responsibility)

(4) Several administrative and academic duties assigned periodically by AIIMS administration.

 

Contribution

Notable contributions in: Improvement & modernization of patients investigative area; commencement of U.G. / P.G. teaching and research in the department of Laboratory Medicine, AIIMS.

 

Personal biography included in

1. All post 1995 Editions of "Who's Who in the World", by Marqui's Who's Who, USA

2. All post 1998 Editions of “International Directory” of distinguished leadership (ABI, USA) {2007& 2008}

3. Outstanding scholars (IBC, Cambridge)

4. The Asia 500 leaders (Baron’s Who’s Who USA)

 

Conferences

Regularly invited to deliver guest lecture and chair the session in several national and international conferences.

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

( Prof. M. IRSHAD, AIIMS )

HEPATITIS - A, B, NANB

  1. Irshad M. Nucleic acid hepatitis B virus (HBV) vaccine : current status.Hepatol. Res. (1998) ; 13 : 71 - 79.
  2. Irshad M,Acharya SK. Status of Hepatitis viral markers in patients with acute and chronic liver diseases in northern India. Intervirology. (1994) ; 37 : 369 - 372.
  3. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Significance of anti-Pre-S antibodies in patients with fulminant hepatic failure. Gastro. Japonica. (1990) ; 25 : 258 - 261.
  4. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Anti -Pre-S antibodies in different groups of patientswith hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. J. Gastroenterol. &Hepatol. (1989) ; 4 : 25 - 32.
  5. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Anti -Pre-S antibodies in patients with fulminant hepatic failure. Hep. Sci. Memo. (1989) ; Memo-H- 2417.
  6. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for the detection of IgG and IgM anti-idiotypes directed against anti-HBs molecules. J. Immunol. Meth. (1987) 96 : 211 - 217.
  7. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Acharya SK, Tandon BN. Relation between HBsAg binding with polymerized human serum albumin and HBV replication. Intervirology. (1987) ; 27 : 91 - 94.
  8. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Chawla TC, Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Studies on HBsAg binding with polymerised human serum albumin by ELISA. J. Virol. Meth. (1987) ; 16 : 75 - 85.
  9. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Tandon BN. Further characterization of HBsAg binding with polymerized human serum albumin by ELISA technique. Hep. Sci. Mem. (1986) ; Memo-H 2263 : 24.
  10. Tandon BN, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK, Irshad M, Gupta H. Hepatitis virus non-A, non-B: the cause of a major public health problem of India. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. (1985) ; 63 : 931 - 934.
  11. Tandon BN, Joshi YK, Gandhi BM, Irshad M, Gupta H, Gupta ML. Epidemiology of HBsAg carriers in India. A holistic approach to control of hepatitis-B-reservoir. J. Gastroenterol&Hepatol. (1986) ; 1: 39 – 43.
  12. Tandon BN, Gupta H, Irshad M, Joshi YK, Chawla TC. Associated infection with non-A, non-B virus as possible cause of liver failure in Indian HBV-carriers. The Lancet. (1984) ;2 : 750 - 751.
  13. Irshad M, Peter S. Spectrum of viral hepatitis in thallassemic children receiving multiple blood transfusions. Ind. J. Gastroenterol. (2002) ; 21 : 183 - 184.
  14. Irshad M, Joshi YK, Gupta H, Acharya SK, Singh YN, Tandon BN. HBV transmission in healthy persons at high risk in India. The Nat. Med. J. India. (1992) ; 4 : 40.
  15. Irshad M,Acharya SK. An update on viral hepatitis. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1992) ; 13 : 11 - 20.
  16. Irshad M, Singh YN, Acharya SK. HBV-status in professional blood donors in north India. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1992) ; 13 : 112 - 114.
  17. Irshad M, Singh YN. Prevalence of HBV markers in hemophiliacs and Eunuchs in India. Ind. J. Gastroenterol. (1991) ; 10 : 154 - 155.
  18. Irshad M, Joshi YK, Acharya SK, Tandon BN. Prevalence of hepatitis B virus infection in healthy persons in north India. The Nat. Med. J. India. (1994) ; 7 : 210 - 212.
  19. Dasarathy S, Misra SC, Acharya SK, Irshad M, Joshi YK, Venugopal P, Tandon BN. Prospective controlled study of post transfusion hepatitis after cardiac surgery in a large referal hospital in India. Liver. (1992 ) ; 12 : 116 - 120.
  20. Agarwal SK,Irshad M, Dash SC. Comparison of two schedules of hepatitis B vaccination in patients with mild, moderate and severe renal failure. J. Assoc. Phys. India(JAPI). (1999) ; 47 : 183 - 185.
  21. Arora NK, Ganguly S, Agadi SN, Irshad M, Kohli R, Deo M, Paul VK, Deorari AK. Hepatitis B immunization in low birth weight infants : do they need an additional dose? Acta. Paediatr. (2002) ; 91 : 995 - 1001.
  22. Tandon BN, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK, Gupta H, Irshad M. Subclinical hepatitis A in north Indian children. The Lancet. (1984); 323 : 335 - 336.
  23. Moudgil KD, Irshad M. Global overview of the prevalence of hepatitis B virus markers (HBsAg and anti-HBs) in leprosy patients. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1988); 9: 184 - 190.
  24. Kumar A, Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Tandon BN. Role of immune serum globulin in post-transfusion virus B infection. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1989) ; 89 : 12 - 15.
  25. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Tandon BN. A low budget Disc-ELISA for Hepatitis-B surface Antigen (HBsAg).Trop.Gastroenterol. (1989); 10 : 111 - 116.
  26. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Tandon BN. A low cost micro-ELISA test for detection of antibodies to hepatitis - B - surface antigen. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1985) ; 6 : 148 - 154.
  27. Gandhi BM, Gupta H, Irshad M, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Significance of circulating HBsAg/IgM complexes in viral hepatitis type B. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1986) ; 84 : 27 - 31.
  28. Patwari SI, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK, Nundy S, Tandon BN. Increasing HBV reservoir by post transfusion HBV infection in India. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1986) ; 84 : 227 - 229.
  29. Patwari SI, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK, Nundy S, Tandon BN. Post-transfusion hepatitis-A prospective study. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1986) ; 84 : 508 - 510.
  30. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Hepatitis B virus replication in patients with chronic liver diseases. Gastro. Japonica. (1990) ; 25 : 258 - 264.
  31. Singh YN, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Khare SK, Malaviya AN. Delhi prostitutes pose no additional threat of HBV transmission. The J. Assoc. Phys. India. (1991) ; 39 : 228.
  32. Tandon BN. Irshad M,ManikyaRaju, Mathur GP, Rao MN. Prevalence of HBsAg and Anti-HBs in children and strategy suggested for immunisation in India. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1991) ; 93 : 337 - 339.
  33. Moudgil KD, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Mishra R. Serological pattern of hepatitis B virus markers (HBsAg, Anti-HBs, IgM Anti-HBc and HBV specific DNA polymerase) in leprosy patients. Ind. J. Lepr. (1989) ; 61 : 54 - 60.
  34. Tandon BN, Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK. Prevalence of amoebic antibody in population affected by epidemic Non-A, Non-B hepatitis. The Lancet. (1987) ; 329 : 455 - 456.
  35. Tandon BN, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK, Irshad M, Gupta H. NANB waterborne hepatitis in India.Gastroenterology. (1985) ; 88 : 1698.
  36. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Virus B multiplication in fulminant hepatitis. HepSci Memo. (1987) ; Memo-H- 2312.
  37. Acharya SK, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK. Pre-S proteins-A new marker for the hepatitis B virus. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1987) ; 8 : 91 - 98.
  38. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Evidence of ongoing virus multiplication in type B fulminant hepatitis. J. Gastroenterol. &Hepatol. (1988) ; 3 : 139 - 142.
  39. Irshad M, Singh Shiwani, Ansari MA, Joshi YK. Viral Hepatitis in India : A report from Delhi. Glob. J. Health Sci. (2010) ; Vol. II (2) : 96 – 103.
  40. Irshad M. Interpretation of serological markers of hepatitis viruses. Trop. Gastroentrol. (1995) ; 16 : 4 - 10.

HEPATITIS - C and D

  1. Irshad M, Ansari MA, Singh A, Nag P, L Raghavendra, Singh Shiwani, S Sukhbir. HCV-genotypes: A review on their origin, global status, assay system, pathogenecity and response to treatment. Hepatogastroenterology. (2010) ; 57 : 1529 – 1538.
  2. Irshad M,Khushboo I.Hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes : An overview. Intl. J. Med. Sci. & Tech.(2008) ; 1 : 1 – 12.
  3. Irshad M, I Khushboo, Singh Shiwani, S Sukhbir. Hepatitis C Virus (HCV): Review of Immunological Aspects. Intl. Rev. Immunol. (2008) ; 27 : 497 - 517.
  4. Irshad M, Dhar I, Gupta S, Khushboo, Joshi YK. Correlation of hepatitis C virus (HCV) core protein expression with blood level of lipid and antioxidants in various forms of liver diseases. Hepatogastroenterology. (2007) ; 54 : 898 – 902.
  5. Irshad M, Dhar I, Khushboo, Shiwani Singh, S. Kapoor. Comparison of serological and nucleic acid based assays used to diagnose Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in acute and chronic liver diseases. Intl. J. Health Sci. (2007) ; 1 : 3 – 10.
  6. Irshad M, Dhar I. Hepatitis C virus (HCV) core protein : An update on its molecular biology, cellular functionsand clinical implications. Med. Prin. &3Prac. (2006) ; 15 : 405 – 416.
  7. Irshad M, Dhar I, Joshi YK. Significance of hepatitis C virus (HCV) core protein in the diagnosis of HCV infection in different liver diseases. J. Invest. Med. (2006) ; 54 : 478 – 483.
  8. Irshad M, Agarwal SK, Peter S. Occurrence of viral hepatitis during hemodialysis and renal transplantin CRF patients in Delhi. Intl. Med. J. (1999) ; 6 : 307 - 308.
  9. Irshad M,Agarwal SK. HCV infection in Delhi, India.Hepatol. Res. (1998) ; 11 : 129 - 132.
  10. Irshad M, Acharya SK. Hepatitis D virus (HDV) infection in severe forms of liver diseases in north India.Europ. J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. (1996) ; 8 : 995 - 998.
  11. Irshad M, Gupta H. Hepatitis C virus. The Nat. Med. J. India. (1991) ; 4 : 20 - 23.
  12. Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK. Prevalence of hepatitis C virus antibodies in the general population and in selected groups of patients in Delhi. Ind. J Med. Res. (1995) ; 102 : 162 - 164.
  13. Irshad M, Kawatra M. Evolutionary changes in diagnosis of hepatitis C : A brief review of laboratory diagnosis. Ind. J. Pract. Doc. (2009) ; Vol. V : 62 – 66.
  14. Tandon BN, Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Anand AC. Delta Agent (virus-D) is present in India.Hep. Sci. Memo. Memo-H- 2336.
  15. Anand AC, Gandhi BM, Acharya SK, Irshad M, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Hepatitis Delta Virus infection in India. J. Gastroenterol&Hepatol. (1988) ; 3 : 425 - 429.
  16. Gupta H, Irshad M, Joshi YK, Acharya SK, Tandon BN. Hepatitis C virus antibody in acute and chronic liver disease in India. Scand. J. Infect. Dis. (1990) ; 22 : 627.
  17. Tandon BN, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK. Hepatitis C virus infection is the major cause of severe liver disease in India. Gastro. Japonica. (1991) ; 26 : 1460 - 1463.
  18. Agarwal SK, Irshad M, Dash SC. HCV infection during renal replacement therapy. Should we dialyse all HCV-positive patients on dedicated machines? Nephron. (1998) ; 79 : 479 - 480.
  19. Irshad M. DNA vaccines against hepatitis B and C viral infections : A brief overview. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1999) ; 20 : 64 - 67.
  20. Agarwal SK, Dash SC,Irshad M. Hepatitis C virus infection during haemodialysis in India. J. Assoc. Phys. of India (JAPI) (1999); 47 : 1139 - 1143.
  21. Aggarwal SK, Dash SC,Irshad M, Dinda A. Anti-HCV antibodies in primary glomerular diseases in India. Nephron. (2000) ; 84 : 290.
  22. Agarwal SK, Dash SC,Irshad M, Gupta S , Bhowmic D , Tiwari SC, Gularia S, Mehta SN. Impact of HCV infection on renal transplantation outcome in India- A single centre study. J. Assoc. Phys. of India (JAPI). (2000) ; 48 : 1155 - 1159.

HEPATITIS - E and G

 

  1. Irshad M , Peter S, Agarwal SK. Transmission of hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection via parenteral routes in Delhi. J. Int. Med. Sci. Acad. (2002) ; 15 : 75 - 78.
  2. Irshad M. Hepatitis G virus (HGV) infection : A brief overview. Intl. Med. J. (2000) ; 7 : 133 - 137.
  3. Irshad M. Hepatitis E Virus : An update on its molecular, clinical and epidemiological characteristics. Intervirology. (1999) ; 42 : 252 - 262.
  4. MathurP ,Arora NK, Panda SK, Kapoor SK, Jailkhani BL, Irshad M. Seroepidemiology of hepatitis E virus (HEV) in urban and rural children of north India. Ind. Pediat. (2001) ; 38 : 461- 475.
  5. Agarwal SK,Irshad M, Dash SC. Prevalence of antibodies against hepatitis E virus in hemodialysis patients in India. Nephron. (1999) ; 81 : 448.
  6. Irshad M. Hepatitis E virus : A global view of its seroepidemiology and transmission pattern. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1997) ; 18 : 45 - 49.

TORQUE TENO VIRUS (TTV)

  1. Irshad M,Mandal K, Singh Shiwani, Agarwal SK. Torque teno virus (TTV) infection in hemodialysis patients in North India. Intl. Urol. &Nephrol. (2010) ; 42 : 1077 – 1083.
  2. Irshad M,Shiwani Singh, Khushboo, Agarwal SK, Joshi YK. Torque Teno Virus (TTV) : its prevalence and isotypes in North India. World J. of Gastroenterol. (2008) ; 14 : 6044 – 6051.
  3. Irshad M, Joshi YK, Sharma Y, Dhar I. Transfusion transmitted virus (TTV) : A review on its molecular characteristics and role in medicine. World J. Gastroenterol. (2006) ; 12 : 5122 – 5134.
  4. Irshad M, Sharma Y, Dhar I, Singh J, Joshi YK. Transfusion-transmitted virus (TTV) in association with hepatitis A-E viral infections in various forms of liver diseases in India. World J. Gastroenterol. (2006); 12 : 2432 - 2436.

LIVER DISEASES

  1. Irshad M, Dubey R, Joshi YK. Impact of viral hepatitis on apo- and lipoprotein status in blood. Med. Prin. &Pract. (2007) ; 16 : 310 – 314.
  2. Irshad M, Choudhary PS, Joshi YK. Superoxide dismutase and total anti-oxidant levels invarious forms of liver diseases. Hepatol. Res. (2002) ; 23 : 178 - 184.
  3. Irshad M, Choudhary PS, Joshi YK, Etiological spectrum of viral hepatitis in various forms of liver diseases in Delhi, India. Intl. Med. J. (2001) ; 8 : 97 - 100.
  4. Irshad M, Peter S, Agarwal SK, Choudhary PS. Viral hepatitis in multiple blood transfused patients treated at a referral hospital of Delhi, India. Int. Med. J. (2001) ; 9 : 57 - 60.
  5. Irshad M,Acharya SK, Joshi YK, Tandon BN Role of fibronectin and complement in immuno-pathogenesis of acute and subacute hepatic failure. J. Gastroenterol. &Hepatol. (1994) ; 9 : 355 - 360.
  6. Acharya SK, Dasarathy S, Irshad M. Prospective study of plasma fibronectin in fulminant hepatitis : association with infection and mortality. J. Hepatol. (1995) ; 23 : 8 - 13.
  7. Acharya SK, Dasarathy S, Kumar TL, Irshad M et al. Fulminant hepatitis in a tropical population : Clinical course, Cause and early predictors of outcome. Hepatology. (1996) ; 23 : 1448 – 145.
  8. Irshad M. Oxidative stress in liver diseases. Trop. Gastroenterol. (2002) ; 23 : 6 - 8.
  9. Irshad M. Serum lipoprotein (a) levels in liver diseases caused by hepatitis. Ind. J. Med. Res. (2004) ; 120 : 542 - 546.
  10. Kar P, Gandhi BM, Irshad M, Gupta H, Tandon BN. Alpha-2 macroglobulin: An additional marker for diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma. J. Assoc. Phys. of India. (1987) ; 35 : 288 – 289.
  11. Anand AC, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Fibronectin in acute and subacute hepatic failure. J. Clin. Gastroenterol. (1989) ; 11 : 314 - 319.
  12. Acharya SK, Panda SK, Duphare H, Dasarathy S, Ramesh R, Jameel S, Nijhwan S, Irshad M, Tandon BN. Chronic hepatitis in a large Indian hospital. The Nat. Med. J. India. (1993) ; 6 : 202 - 206.
  13. Agarwal SK, Dash SC, Irshad M, Raju S, Singh
  14. R, Pandey RM. Prevalence of chronic renal failure in adults in India. Nephrol. Dialy. Transplant. (NDT). (2005) ; 20 : 1638 – 1642.
  15. Anand AC, Acharya SK, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. The significance of fibronectin in fulminant hepatic failure and implications of its replenishment. Med. J. Armed Forces. (1991) ; 47 : 89 - 95.

MEDICINE

  1. Irshad M, Sharma MP, Acharya SK. Plasma concentrations of fibronectin and C3d in patients with amoebic liver abscess. (ALA). J. Infect. (1992) ; 24 : 7 - 11.
  2. Gandhi BM, Gupta H, Irshad M, Chawla TC, Tandon BN. Cell -mediated immunity in amoebic liver abscess. Jap. J. Gastroenterol. (1984) ; 81.
  3. Thukral A, Lodha R, Irshad M, Arora NK. Performance of Pediatric Risk of Mortality (PRISM), Pediatric Index of Mortality (PIM), and PIM2 in a pediatric intensive care unit in a developing country. Pediatr. Crit. Care. Med. (2006) ; 7 : 356 – 361.
  4. S Sukhbir, Irshad M, Badhal S, Yadav K. Acute on chronic pancreatitis masking falciparum malaria : A Case Report. Global J. Health Sci. (2009) ; Vol. I : 123 – 125.
  5. Aggarwal P, Sharad S, Handa R, Dwiwedi SN, Irshad M. Comparison of nebulised magnesium sulphate and salbutamol combined with salbutamol alone in the treatment of acute bronchial asthma : a randomized study. Emerg. Med. J. (2006) ; 23 : 358 – 362.

IMMUNOLOGY

  1. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Chaudhuri G, Tandon BN. Detection of Entamoebahistolytica in the pus of amoebic liver abscess by immunofluorescent technique. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1985) ; 81 : 575 - 579.
  2. Gandhi BM, Gupta H, Irshad M,Chawla TC, Tandon BN. Cell -mediated immunity in amoebic liver abscess. J. Trop. Med. &Hyg. (1986) ; 89 : 163 - 166.
  3. Gandhi BM, Bhargava DK, Irshad M,Chawla TC, Dubey A, Tandon BN. Enzyme-linked protein A: An ELISA for detection of IgG antibodies against Mycobacterium tuberculosis in intestinal tuberculosis. Intl. Symp. (1986) ; 105.
  4. Gandhi BM, Irshad M, Chawla TC, Tandon BN. Eznyme-linked protein-A: An ELISA for detection of amoebic antibody. Trans. Royal Soc. Trop. Med. &Hyg. (1987) ; 81 : 183 - 185.
  5. Chawla TC, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Tandon BN. Immunological characterization of axenic Entamoebahistolytica related antigens. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1987) ; 86 : 457 - 461.
  6. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Tandon BN. The immunofluorescent detection of E. histolytica in pus using avidin-biotin system. J. Microbiol. Meth. (1987) ; 7 : 169 - 177.
  7. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Gupta BB, Tandon BN. Serological studies of Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection in north Indian population. J. Assoc. Phys. of India. (1987) ; 35 : 766 - 768.
  8. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Tandon BN. Amebic liver Abscess and circulating immune complexes of Entamoebahistolytica proteins. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. (1988) ; 39 : 440 - 444.
  9. Acharya SK, Buch P, Irshad M, Joshi YK, Tandon BN. Outbreak of Dengue fever in Delhi. The Lancet. (1988) ; 332 (8626) : 1485 – 1486.
  10. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Tandon BN. A simple spot-test for circulating Entamoebahistolytica antigen-antibody complexes in patients with amoebic liver abscess. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1989) ; 89 : 177 - 183.
  11. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Samantray JC, Tandon BN. Use of affinity purified heterologous antibodies in an ELISA for the detection of EntamoebaHistolytica in feacal specimens. The Nat. Med. J. India. (1989) ; 2 : 223 - 227.
  12. Gandhi BM, Buch P, Sharma MP, Irshad M,Samantray JC. ELISA for anti-giardia IgM. The Lancet. (1989) ; 16 : 685.
  13. Rasool S, Behari M, Irshad M, Goyal V and Jailkhani BL. Antibodies against postsynaptic acetylcholine receptor and presynaptic membrane receptor in Myasthenia Gravis. Trends Med. Res. (2008) ; 3 : 64 – 71.
  14. Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Tandon BN. An improved ELISA technique to detect amoebic antibody in blood. Ann. Natl. Acad. Med. Sci. (India). (1986) ; 22 : 18 - 25.
  15. Gandhi BM, Bhargava DK, Irshad M,Chawla TC, Dube A, Tandon BN. Enzyme-linked protein-A: An ELISA for detection of IgG antibodies against Mycobacterium tuberculosis in intestinal tuberculosis. Tubercle. (1986) ; 67 : 219 - 224.

BIOCHEMISTRY

 

  1. Irshad M, Dubey R. Clinical Implications of apolipoproteins in different liver diseases. Int. Med. J. (2005); 4 : 161 - 167.
  2. Irshad M. Nitric Oxide:A unique molecule in clinical science. Int. Med. J. (2000); 8: 19 – 24.
  3. Irshad M, Sharma CB. Purification and properties of an alpha-amylase protein-inhibitor from Arachishypogaea seeds. Biochimica. etBiophysica. Acta. (1981) ; 659 : 326 - 333.
  4. Irshad M, Sharma CB. Sensitivity of plant alpha-amylases to calcium ions in vitro. Phytochemistry. (1981) ; 20 : 1205 -1209.
  5. Irshad M,Goel M, Sharma CB. Effect of Zn2+ on plant alpha -amylases in vitro. Phytochemistry. (1981) ; 20 : 2123- 2126.
  6. Irshad M, Khan MY, Salahuddin A. Salting-out behaviour of buffalo Immunoglobulin-G. Ind. J. Biochem. & Biophysics. (1981) ;18 : 264-268.
  7. Irshad M, Sharma CB. Aminoacid composition of alpha amylase protein inhibitor from Arachishypogaea seeds. Ind. J. Biochem. & Biophysics. (1985) ; 22 : 371 - 372.
  8. Irshad M, Sharma CB. Determination of Beta-Amylase in presence of alpha-amylase. Ind. J. Biochem. & Biophysics. (1986) ; 23 : 288 - 290.
  9. Irshad M, Chaudhuri PS. Oxidant-antioxidant system : Role and significance in human body. Ind. J. Exp. Biol. (2002); 40 : 1233 - 1239.
  10. Irshad M, Dubey R. Apolipoproteins and their role in different clinical conditions : An overview. Ind. J. Biochem. &Biophy. (2005);42:73– 80.
  11. Sharma CB, Goel M, Irshad M,Myoinositolhexaphosphate as a potential inhibitor of alpha-amylases.Phytochemistry. (1978);17:201-204.
  12. Salahuddin A, Irshad M,Qasim MA. Buffalo Immunoglobulin–G Effect of Lyotropic salts on its solubility. Ind. J. Biochem. & Biophysics. (1981) ; 18 : 317 - 321.
  13. Thomas S, Menon PSN, Khurana A, Irshad M, Khan MA. Mucopolysaccharidosis VI (Maroteaux-Lamy Syndrome). Ind. Pediat. (1983) ; 20 : 378 - 380.
  14. Gandhi BM, Irshad M, Manocha S, Tandon BN. Lipids and lipoproteins in amoebic liver abscess. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1986);83:594-599.
  15. Gandhi BM, Irshad M,Acharya SK, Tandon BN. NitroblueTetrazolium Test in the diagnosis of amoebic liver abscess. J. Assoc. Phys. of India. (1986) ; 34 : 711 - 713.
  16. Chawla YK, Irshad M,Chawla TC, Nundy S, Tandon BN. Urinary uropepsinogen in patients with dyspepsia. J. Assoc. Phys. of India. (1986) ; 34 : 851 - 852.
  17. Gandhi BM, Acharya SK, Irshad M, Gupta H, Chawla TC, Tandon BN. EntamoebaHistolytica: elevated Nitrobluetetrazolium reduction activity in polymorphs during amoebic liver abscess. Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. &Hyg. (1987) ; 81 : 283 - 285.
  18. Sharma MP, Irshad M,Verma SK. Alfa-Fetoprotein (AFP) in amoebic liver abscess. Ind. J. Med. Res. (1989) ; 90 : 127 - 130.
  19. Saraya A, Irshad M, Gandhi BM, Tandon RK. Plasma lipid profile in gall stone patients from north India. Trop. Gastroenterol. (1995) ; 16 : 16 - 21.
  20. Sharma Y, Bashir S,Irshad M, Gupta SD, Dogra TD. Effects of acute dimethoateadministration on antioxidant status of liver and brain of experimental rats. Toxicology. (2005) ;206 : 49 - 57.
  21. Sharma Y, Bashir S, Irshad M, Nag TC, Dogra TD. Dimethoate-induced effects on antioxidant status of liver and brain of rats following subchronic exposure. Toxicology. (2005) ; 215 : 173 - 181.
  22. Bashir S, Sharma Y,Irshad M, Gupta SD, Dogra TD. Arsenic induced apoptosis in rat liver following repeated exposure for 60 days. Toxicology. (2006) ; 217 : 63 – 70.
  23. Bashir S, Sharma Y, Irshad M, Gupta SD, Dogra TD. Arsenic induced cell death in liver & brain of experimental rats. Bas. &Clin. Pharmacol. &Toxicol. (2006) ; 98 : 38 – 43.
  24. Rasool S, Jailkhani BL, Behari M, Suhail S, Shabirul H and Irshad M. Purification of Beta Bungarotoxin (b-Bgtx) Binding Protein from Human Cadaver Skeletal Muscle. J. Med. Sci. (2007) ; 7 : 195 – 202.
  25. Rasool S, Jailkhani BL, Irshad M,Behari M, Goel V. Alpha-bungarotoxin (a-Bgtx) and beta-bungarotoxin (b-Bgtx) binding activities in human cadaver brain. Arch. Med. Sci. (2007) ; 3 : 93 – 101.
  26. Qurashi R, Lakshmy R, Prabhakaran D, Irshad M,Mukhopadhyay AK, Jailkhani B. Effect of storage temperature on cholesterol measurement from dried blood. Ind. J. Med. Res. (2007) ; 126 : 228 – 229.

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  1. Irshad M, Khushboo, Prashant Nag. Insulin resistance (IR) in liver diseases.Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences (2011) ; 4 (2) : 201 - 209.
  2. Irshad M, Ansari MA, SinghShiwani, Joshi YK. Hepatitis C virus (HCV)-core expression : Role of serum core-protein in diagnosis of HCV infection and its relation with oxidative stress & liver steatosis. ELIXIR Virus Research (2011) ; 35 : 2802 – 2808.
  3. Irshad M, Ansari MA, Singh Shiwani, Nag P. Hepatic cell injury during HCV infection : A review on the role of various host factors. ELIXIR Virus Research (2011) ; 37 : 3864 – 3870.
  4. Ansari MA, Raghavendra L, Irshad M. HCV-core region : Its significance in HCV-genotyping and type dependent genomic expression. Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences (2012) ;5(1):30-39.999
  5. Irshad M, AsifIqbal, M.A. Ansari, Raghavendra L. Relation of insulin resistance (IR) with viral etiology and blood level of cytokines in patients with liver diseases. Global Advanced Research Journal of Medicine & Medical Sciences (2013) ; 2 : 075 – 083.
  6. Rasool S, Behari M, Goyal V, Irshad M and Jailkhani BL. Presynaptic membrane receptor in human brain. Indian J. Clinical Biochemistry (2013) ; 28 : 124 – 135.
  7. Ansari MA, Irshad M. Expression of the full-length HCV core subgenome from HCV gentoype-1a and genotype-3a and evaluation of the antigenicity of translational products. European Journal of Gastroenterology &Hepatology(2013) ;25 : 806 – 813.
  8. Singh S, Singh A, Mankotia DS, Luthra K, Irshad M. Expression of TTV-ORF2 protein for detection of anti- TTV IgG antibodies in human sera. Advances in Infectious Diseases (2013) ; 3 : 223 – 229.
  9. Irshad M, M.A. Ansari, Khushboo I, Raghavendra L. A novel single step multiplex real time PCR assay for simultaneous quantification of hepatitis virus A,B, C & -E in serum. Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology (2013) ;28 : 1869 – 1876.
  10. Irshad M, Mankotia DS, Khushboo I. An insight into the diagnosis and pathogenesis of hepatitis C virus infection. World J. Gastroenterology (2013) ; 19(44): 7896-7909.
  11. Mankotia DS, Irshad M. Cloning and expression of N22 region of TTV genome and use of peptide in developing immunoassay for TTV antibodies. Virology Journal (2014) ; 11 : 96.
  12. Rasool S, Goyal V, Irshad M and Jailkhani BL. Alpha and beta bungarotoxin binding proteins in human cadaver muscle. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research (2014) ; 17 : 1450005.
  13. Sethuraman G, Sreenivas V, Yenamandra VK, Gupta N, Sharma VK, Marwaha RK, Bhari N, Irshad M, Kabra M and Thulkar S. Threshold levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D and parathyroid hormone for impaired bone health in children with congenital ichthyosis and type IV and V skin. British Journal of Dermatology (2014) ; 172: 208–214.
  14. Irshad M, Gupta P, Mankotia DS, Ansari MA. Multiplex qPCR for serodetection and serotyping of hepatitis viruses: A brief review. World J. Gastroenterology (2016); 28(20): 4824-4834.
  15. Singh A, Mankotia DS, Irshad M. A single-step multiplex quantitative real time polymerase chain reaction assay for hepatitis C virus genotypes.J Translation Internal Med (2017); 5: 34-42.
  16. Yoganathan S, Bagga A, Gulati S, Toteja GS, Hari P, Sinha A, Pandey RM, Irshad M. Prevalence and predictors of peripheral neuropathy in non-diabetic children with chronic kidney disease. Muscle Nerve. 2017 Nov 29. doi: 10.1002/mus.26027. PMID: 29193154
  17. Irshad M, Gupta P, Khushboo I. Molecular Basis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma induced by HCV Infection. World J Hepatol 2017 December 28; 9(36): 1305-1314
  18. Bhatia V, Dhawan A, Arora NK, Mathur P, Das MK, Irshad M. Urinary potassium loss in children with acute liver failure and acute viral hepatitis. J PediatrGastroenterolNutr. 2013 Jul;57(1):102-8. doi: 10.1097/MPG.0b013e31828fc8ea. PMID: 23471182150.
  19. Mankotia DS, Irshad M. Development of an immunoassay for detection of Torque teno virus (TTV) antibodies using the N22 expression product from TTV genotype 2. Intervirology (2018); 60: 207 – 216. DOI: 10.1159/000487481
  20. Irshad M, Mankotia DS, Khushboo I, and Gupta P. Viral hepatitis in India: Current Status. Gastroenterol HepatolEndosc2018; 3(1): 1-5.DOI: 10.15761/GHE.1000153
  21. Irshad M, Gupta P, Khushboo I. Molecular targeting of antiviral drugs used against HCV infection.Hepatoma Res 2018;4:23. DOI: 10.20517/2394-5079.2018.25

COMMUNICATION

 

  1. Irshad M, Gupta P, Khushboo I. Immunopathogenesis of Liver Injury during HCV Infection. Microbial Pathogenesis (2018).
  2. Gupta P, Khushboo I,Irshad M. Molecular Basis of Transformation of a Normal Cell to the Malignant Cell. Tumor & Microenvironment (2018).

CHAPTER IN BOOKS

 

  1. Irshad M. Laboratory diagnosis of viral hepatitis. Proceedings of ‘Hepatitis and Renal Medicine’ 1999 ; 1 : 9 – 15.
  2. Book on Gen. Surgery (Edition-1): Chapter on laboratory parameters by Irshad M.
  3. Book on Gen. Surgery (Edition-2): Chapter ofrn laboratory parameters by Irshad M.
  4. Irshad M, Mankotia DS, Khushboo I (2014). “An insight into the diagnosis and pathogenesis of hepatitis C virus infection” In (First Edition), World Clinical Gastroenterology (2549 - 2562). Pleasanton, CA: Baishideng Publishing Group.

 

CITATIONS

  1. Many of my research publications on ‘Seroepidemiology of viral Hepatitis’ have been cited as references in important reference books on Hepatitis . Notable books are :
  2. “ Viral Hepatitis “ edited by AJ Zuckerman ; 1998 , 2nd Edition : Churchil Livingstone.
  3. “ Hepatitis B in India : Problem and Prevention “ edited by SK Sarin and AK Singal 1996 ; CBS Publications.
  4. Blackwell publishers:Nominated as the reviewer for the articles of Blackwell Publishers & Elsevier Publishers.

Dr. Raghavendra Lingaiah

Dr. Raghavendra Lingaiah

MBBS, MD (Laboratory Medicine)

Assistant Professor

Email: यह ईमेल पता spambots से संरक्षित किया जा रहा है. आप जावास्क्रिप्ट यह देखने के सक्षम होना चाहिए.

 

Dr. Raghavendra Lingaiah is a medical graduate from Govt. Medical College, Mysore (2007) and has done post-graduation in Laboratory Medicine (2012) from AIIMS, New Delhi and has completed the senior residency from the same department. He is a life member of Indian association of laboratory physicians (IALP)

Job Responsibility: (Since joining as assistant professor in July 2016)

Haematology and emergency lab services of Dept. of laboratory medicine.

Focus on research work:

  1. Molecular testing in haematological malignanciesliver diseases (viral hepatitis)
  2. Evaluation and comparison of instruments in haematology and immunoassay
  3. Biomarkers in early diagnosis and prognosis of diseases (infectious and malignant conditions)

Projects (co-investigator)

  1. 1.      Batch Efficacy testing of Infectious Diseases Markers on Advia Centaur Systems ( Dept. Laboratory Medicine, AIIMS 2014)

Publication:

A. Abstracts:

  1. Role of biomarkers in antibiotic therapy. Gaurav Chhabra, Raghavendra Lingaiah. Indian Journal of Haematology and Blood Transfusion Nov 2016, Vol 32, Sup 2
  2. Effect of storage on complete blood count parameters processed in beckman coulter lh 750 analyser.Mamta Setia, Parul Arora,Tapasyapreeti Mukhopadhyay, Raghavendra Lingaiah,Subhadra Sharma, Asok Kumar Mukhopadhyay. Indian Journal of Haematology and Blood Transfusion Nov 2016, Vol 32, Sup 2.
  3. Relevance of Cell Population Data in detecting viral and bacterial infections- one step ahead!Parul Arora, Praveen Kumar, Debasis Jash, Raghavendra Lingaiah, Arti Kapil, Subhadra Sharma, Asok K Mukhopadhyay. Indian Journal of Haematology and Blood Transfusion Nov 2016, Vol 32, Sup 2
  4. C Reactive Protein and Total Leukocyte Count As A Marker For The Screening of Early Sepsis L Raghavendra, Vikas Gaur, Amrita Soni, Shubham Rastogi, Sarman Singh. Indian Journal of Haematology and Blood Transfusion Oct 2015, Vol 31, Sup1

B. Articles:

  1. Occurrence of needlestick and injuries among health-care workers of a tertiary care teaching hospital in North India, Varun goel, dinesh Kumar, Raghavendra Lingaiah, Sarman Singh. Journal of laboratory physcians 2017;9:20-5
  2. A novel single step multiplex real time PCR assay for simultaneous quantification of hepatitis virus A,B, C & -E in serum: Irshad M, M.A. Ansari, Khushboo I, Raghavendra L. Journal of Gastroenterology & Hepatology (2013) ; 28 : 1869 – 1876
  3. Relation of insulin resistance (IR) with viral etiology and blood level of cytokines in patients with liver diseases: Irshad M, AsifIqbal, M.A. Ansari, Raghavendra L.Global Advanced Research Journal of Medicine & Medical Sciences (2013); 2 : 075 – 083.
  4. HCV-core region:  its significance in HCV-genotyping and type dependent genomic expression: Ansari MA, Raghavendra L, Irshad M. Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences.  (2012) ; 5(1):30-39.999
  5. HCV-genotypes : A review on their origin, global status, assay system, pathogenecity and response to treatment : Irshad M, Ansari MA, Singh A, Nag P, L Raghavendra, Singh Shiwani, S Sukhbir.  Hepatogastroenterology. ( 2010 ) ; 57(104) : 1529 - 1538.

 

Abstracts Publisheds

Publications

ABSTRACT OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN JOURNAL

1. VCS Parameters: Indicator for Predicting Diabetes Mellitus, Impaired Fasting Glucose and Diabetes with Complications.Gochhait, S, Gupta, A., Shekhar, S., Sharma, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Indian Journal of Hematology & Blood Transfusion, Vol. 29, No. 4, p. 398 (2013)

2. A Cross-Sectional Study of Nutritional Markers in Pregnancy Arora, P., Kumar, P., Gupta, A., Sharma, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Indian Journal of Hematology & Blood Transfusion, Vol. 29, No. 4, p. 376 (2013)

3. Thromboelastography – Viscoelastic haemostatic assay (VHA) as an indicator of overt disseminated intravascular coagulation in Brain Injury Patients within 24 hours after injury. Shah, B., Subramanian, A., Agrawal, D., Mukhopadhyay, A.K. J. of Brain Injury, Vol. 26, No. 4-5, pp. 586-587 (2012).

4. Role of Immature Platelet Fraction as a measure of Thrombocytopenia and its relation with organ failure in Brain injury patients within 24 hours after injury.Shah, B. , Subramanian, A., Agrawal, D., Mukhopadhyay, A.K. J. of Brain Injury, Vol. 26, No. 4-5, pp. 787-788 (2012).

5. Thromboelastography – Viscoelastic Haemostatic Assay (VHA) Versus Routine Plasma Based Coagulation Parameters in Trauma Patients to Detect Coagulopathy within 24 Hrs. After Injury. Bhaumik, A.S., Subramanium, A., Sharma, S., Agarwal, Deepak, Chhabra, G., Mukhopadhyay, A. K.
Blood (ASH Annual Meetings Abstracts) 118:5248 (2011)

6. Immature Platelet Fraction As a Measure of Thrombocytopenia in Trauma Patients and Its Cut Off Value with Severity of Thrombocytopenia. Bhaumik, A.S., Subramanium, A.Pati, H.P., Sharma, S., Agarwal, Deepak, Ahuja, R.., Mukhopadhyay, A.K. Blood (ASH Annual Meetings Abstracts) 118:4681 (2011)

7. Evaluation of aetiology of hepatic dysfunction and its short term impact on mortality in patients of acute leukaemia during treatment. N. Rathod, M. Mahapatra, A Mukhopadyay, P Mishra, B Dhingra. British J of Haematology. April 2011, vol 153. P.56

8. Chhabra, G., Subramanian, A., Agarwal, D., Sinha, S., Mukhopadhyay, A.K., Sharma, S. Evaluation of Coagulation Profile in Isolated Head Injury Patients European Journal of Neurology, Vol. 18 (Suppl.2), 314 (2011)

9. Gupta, N., Sharma, S., Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Coagulation Factor Level most Important Variable in Triaging Hepatitis B Induced Acute Liver Failure Patients For Liver Transplantation. International Journal of Laboratory Hematology, Vol.31 (Suppl.1), p. 62, (2009).

10. Gupta, N. L., Sharma, S., Saraya, A., Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Coagulation Factor V - Major Survival Predictor in Patient of Viral Hepatitis induced Acute Liver Failure. Blood, 110 (11), p. 50B, (2007).

11. Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Sixth sense and the Garden of Five senses.Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, 22 (Suppl.), p.179, (2007).


12. Badhal, S.S., Mukhopadhyay, A. K., Sharma, S., Saraya, A., Arulselvi, S. Coagulation profile in Acute Pancreatitis. Indian Journal of Gastroenterology, 25 (Suppl. 2), p. A 10, (2006).

 

ABSTRACT PUBLISHED IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

1. Five tricky Conceptual Issues in Consciousness Research A.K. Mukhopadhyay In the Conference on Mind Medicine & Meditation, An evidence based update at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, April 15, 2014, p.10.

2. Setting the Agenda for a Science of Information A.K. Mukhopadhyay In The Twentieth Conference on Towards a Science of Consciousness at Dayalbag Educational Institute, Agra, March 3-9, 2013, p.74.

3. Serum cytokine levels and correlation with depression, anxiety severity in Indian adolescents with depression. Pallavi, P., Mukhopadhyay, A.K., Sagar, R., Mehta, M. In the Australasian Society for Psychiatric Research (ASPC) 2012 Conference at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle, Western Australia, December 5-7, 2012, p. 66.

4. Thromboelastography – Viscoelastic haemostatic assay (VHA) as an indicator of overt disseminated intravascular coagulation in neurotrauma patients within 24 hours after injury. Shah, B.A., Subramanian, A., Sharma, S., Agrawal, D., Mukhopadhyay, A.K. In the Fourth Annual International Conference of Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care (ISTAC) & International Congress, CME cum Live workshops, JPNATC, AIIMS, New Delhi, November 9-13, 2011, p.76.

5. Coagulopathy as a prognostic predictor following isolated acute traumatic brain injury – A prospective study Chhabra, G., Sharma, S., Subramanian, S., Sinha, S., Aggrawal, D., Mukhopadhyay, A.K.
In the Fourth Annual International Conference of Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care (ISTAC) & International Congress, CME cum Live workshops, JPNATC, AIIMS, New Delhi, November 9-13, 2011, p.46.

6. Openness, Pluralism and Inter-connectedness. The brain, the universe and the Information entanglement Mukhopadhyay, A. K. In the Seminar on Consciousness and Knowledge: Scientific and Spiritual Perspectives held at PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, New Delhi, December 11-12, 2010,p. 24.

7. The Material, The Psyche and The Spirituality Mukhopadhyay, A. K. In the International Seminar on Spiritual Consciousness Studies, SPIRCON 2010 held at Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra, November 12-14, 2010.Also chaired a session.

8. Prognostic Value of Coagulation Profile in Acute Pancreatitis Badhal, S., Saraya, A., Mukhopadhyay, A.K., Sharma, S., Arulselvi, S. In the International Society for Laboratory Hematology,

9. Study of serum cytokine levels and plasma ACTH, Cortisol levels in adolescent depression patients.
Mukhopadhyay, A. K., Pallavi, P., Mehta, M., Sagar. R. Abstract poster presented in Xth Biennial Conference of Indian Association for Child & Adolescent Mental Health held at AIIMS, New Delhi, November 23-25, 2009.

10. Coagulation Factor Level most Important Variable in Triaging Hepatitis B Induced Acute Liver Failure Patients For Liver Transplantation. Gupta, N., Sharma, S., Mukhopadhyay, A.K.In the seminar of International Symposium on Technical Innovations in Laboratory Hematology held at Las Vegas, USA, May 11-14, 2009. Published in the International Journal of Laboratory Hematology, Vol.31 (Suppl.1),
2009, p. 62.

11. Coagulation factor V - major survival predictor in patients of viral hepatitis induced acute liver failure. Gupta, N., Mukhopadhyay, A.K., Saraya, A. In the Monothematic Conference: Immune Mediated Liver Injury held at Hamburg, Germany, December 4-6, 2008, p. 97.

12. Connection, Confrontation and Unity of Two Titans ‘Local’ and ‘Nonlocal’ Science In the Souvenir of 4th All India Student’s Conference on Science and Spiritual Quest, held at Tiruchirapalli, Tamilnadu, December 27-29, 2008, p. 51.

13. Transplantable Artificial Kidney(TAK)Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, A.G. Ramakrishnan, Abhijit Taraphder, A.K.Mukhopadhyay. In ERA-EDTA Congress, May 10-13, 2008, Stockholm, Sweden

14. Prevalence of anaemia in HIV positive patients. Narang, S., Sharma, S., Sinha, A., Dhar, L., Mukhopadhyay, A.K. In the abstract book of International Conference on Opportunistic Pathogens in AIDS (ICOPA-INDIA 2008) at AIIMS, New Delhi, January 27-29, 2008, p. 155.

15. The Story of Information: Science or Spirituality?In the Symposium, titled, “Information as Science and Spirituality” held at India Habitat Center, New Delhi, March 18-19, 2007.

16. Elements of Human Psyche – Relevance in Raja-yoga In the abstract book of National Conference on Yoga and Science held at the Dept. of Yogic Science, Dr. Harisingh Gour University, Sagar (M.P.), February 17-18, 2007.

17. Machine is connected with Consciousness through the terrain of Self, Mind and Information
Seminar on Science and Spiritual Quest at Puri, Orissa, December 9-10, 2006.

18. The Layers in the Matrix of Spirit and Matter Seminar on Science and Spirituality in Modern India at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, February 6-7, 2006.

19. Elements of Human Psyche: Crystallizing new Rationality and Objectivity in Psychotherapy IVth World Congress of Psychotherapy at Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 27-30, 2005

20. A Composite Model of the Psyche. Its practical relevance in Psychotherapy 2nd International Conference on Psychotherapy, Yoga and Spirituality, Haridwar, November 26-27, 2005.

21. Consciousness: An opening to multiple new door of Science.National Workshop on Mind, Consciousness and the World held at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, September 27-28, 2004.

22. Mukhopadhyay AK. Consciousness: Brain Bound or Brain Independent! In the Proceedings of International Conference On yoga and Its Applications (ICYA 2004), Role of Yoga in Complimentary Medicine, Melbourne, Australia, 27-29 August, 2004

23. Mukhopadhyay AK. Nine planes of Consciousness. A Scientist's journey. In the Proceedings of International Symposium on Sudarshan Kriya ,Pranaym and Consciousness, AIIMS, New Delhi, March,2002

24. Mukhopadhyay AK. The roadmap towards a comprehensive model of the Brain, in the context of spiritual experience. In the Proceedings of Beyond the Brain IV, Ripon College, Yorkshire, England, 2001

25. Mukhopadhyay AK. The First tangible milestone beyond the brain is supracortical consciousness. In the Proceedings of Beyond the Brain III, St. John's College, Cambridge, England, 1999

26. Mukhopadhyay AK. Changing Trends in Laboratory Managements. In the Proceedings of National Symposium on Hospital Equipment’s, appliances and Technology, New Delhi, 1997.

27. Mukhopadhyay AK. The way I look at the Brain. In the Proceedings of First International Conference on Yoga in daily life, New Delhi, 1996.

28. Mukhopadhyay AK. Consciousness, New Paradigm, New Medicine. In the Proceedings of The Third Dead Sea Conference, Israel, 1996

29. Mukhopadhyay AK. A look at the Fountainhead of a Unifyning Paradigm. In the Proceedings of Tucson Conference II; Towards a Science of Consciousness, USA, 1996.

30. Mukhopadhyay AK. The Quality Assurance in Clinical Laboratory. The Principles and Practice. In the Proceedings of International CME on Laboratory approach to Pediatric Problems. Ed. A.K. Mukhopadhyay, pp 5-8, 1994.

31. Mukhopadhyay AK, Karmarkar MG. Microtechniqures in Laboratory Procedures. In the Proceedings of International CME on Laboratory approach to Pediatric Problems. Ed. A.K. Mukhopadhyay pp 1-4, 1994.

32. Mukhopadhyay AK. Pathogenesis of Psychosomatic disease. A New Holistic thinking. Interaction of multiple multidimensional pentagons at multiple levels. In the Proceedings of XIX International Congress of International Academy of Pathology and Xth World Congress of Academic and Environmental pathology, Madrid, Spain, 1992.

33. Mukhopadhyay AK. Consciousness from Neurophysiological point. The Proceedings of National Seminar on Mind Brain Consciousness, NCERT New Delhi 1987.

Chapters in Books Published

Publications

Chapters in Book Published

 
 
 
Chapters in Books
 
 
 
1. Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Cracking the Hard Problem of Consciousness.
 
In Quantum Physics and Consciousness. Eds. Sudipto Ghosh, B. D. Mundra, K vasudeva Rao and Varun Agarwal. Pub. Bhaktivedanta Institute and Bharatiya Vidya Mandir, Kolkata, pp. 99-112 (2017).
 
 
2. Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Wisdom of both East and West has a common source, Consciousness.     
 
 In Consciousness. Integrating Eastern and Western Perspectives. Ed. Emeritus: Prem Saran Satsangi and Stuart Hameroff. Chapter 17, New Age Books, New Delhi, pp. 437-468 (2016).
 
 
3. Mukhopadhyay, A.K. From Signal to Will and from Will to Consciousness
 
In, The Science and Spiritual Quest. The Role of Spirituality in the age of Science  and Technology. Ed. Subhas.C. Mishra, Ramgopal Uppaluri, Varun Agarwal.  
 
Proceedings of the 9th AISSQ Conference, IIT, Kharagpur. Pub. Bhaktivedanta Institute,
 
 Kolkata, India, pp. 41-52 (2015).
  
 
4. Mukhopadhyay, A. K.  From Quantum to Consciousness. A long way to go!
 
Brain Mind, Cosmos. The nature of our existence and the universe. Part I, E-book,
 
Ed. Deepak Chopra. Pub. Deepak Chopra, pp. 202-229 (2014).
  
 
5. Mukhopadhyay, A. K. Who is the Knower? A response from Medical Science point of view.
 
     9th Nalanda Dialogue on Philosophical and Scientific Models of Understanding Consciousness. Dept. of Philosophy Nava Nalanda Mahavihara, under Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India. (2014), pp. 56-61
 
 
6. Mukhopadhyay, A.K. The Material, the Psyche and the Spiritual.
 
In, Spiritual Consciousness. Ed. P. Srirammurti, Prem Prashant and Anand  Mohan, New Age Books, New Delhi, pp. 351-355(2013).
  
 
7. Mukhopadhyay, A.K. God Particle to Consciousness: Life-science, Neuroscience and Nonlocal Science Hold the Key.
 
In, The Science and Spiritual Quest. Integrating Capabilities with values. Ed. S.C. Mishra, Sudipto Ghosh, Varun Agarwal. Proceedings of the 7th AISSQ Conference, Bangalore. Pub. Bhaktivedanta Institute, Kolkata, India, pp.108-123 (2012).
 
 
8. Mukhopadhyay, A.K.Consciousness is the Central one in a Five-piece puzzle
 
    In, Models of Understanding Consciousness. Pub. Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit,  University of Pune,  pp. 1-21, (2012).
 
 
9.Birendra N.  Mallick,Asok K. Mukhopadhyay. REM sleep and dream sleep: are 
 
    they  identical? Exploring the conceptual developments in the Upanishads and the  
 
    present knowledge based on the neurobiology of sleep.
 
In, REM Sleep: Regulation and Function, Chapter 3. Eds. Birendra N. Mallick, S.
 
R.
 
Pandi-Perumal, Robert W. McCarley, and Adrian R. Morrison. Pub. Cambridge
 
University Press, England, pp.21-30, (2011).
 
 
10.  Mukhopadhyay AK. The Psyche and the Health
 
     In, Towards the Wellness of Body, Mind and Self. Ed. Jayanti Ranganathan
 
Chavan.   
 
     Published by Institute of Science and Religion, Navi, Mumbai, pp. 15-20 (2010).
 
 
11.  Mukhopadhyay AK. The Self and its Memes and Genes: Genes, Memes, Self 
 
     (Brain), Information and Consciousness.
 
 In, History of Science and Philosophy of Science. A Historical Perspective of theEvolution of  Ideas in Science. Project History of Indian Science, Philosophy andCulture (PHISPC).Vol.XI,PartVI, Chapter 21.Ed.  Pradip Sengupta. Pub. Pearson, New Delhi, pp. 481-558, (2010).
  
 
12.  Mukhopadhyay AK. On the Landscape of Human Possibilities – Tendencies of Homo Sapiens to become Homo Spiritualis
 
      In Bridging Science and Spirituality Ed. Subhash C. Mishra, Arun B. Samaddar, Sudipto Ghosh. Published jointly by Bhakti Vedanta Institute, Kolkata and Motilal Nehru Institute of Technology, Allahabad, pp.69-87 (2010).
 
 
13.   Mukhopadhyay AK.  Brain Mind andConsciousness
 
      In, Life and Organicism. Project History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture(PHISPC). Vol. XII, Part VI, Chapter 21. Ed.  N. S. Rangaswami. Pub. Center for Studies in Civilization, New Delhi, pp. 159-191, (2009).
  
 
14.    Mukhopadhyay AK.  Connection, Confrontation and Unity of Two Titans:
 
‘Local’ and ‘Nonlocal’ Science
 
In, Science and Spiritual Quest  Ed.  Subhash C. Mishra, Sri Kant Nagulapalli, Sudipto Ghosh. Published jointly by Bhakti Vedanta Institute, Calcutta and NIIT, Tiruchirapalli, Tamilnadupp.129-144, (2008).
 
 
15.   Mukhopadhyay AK.  Three Consciousness(es), Mind and Information
 
In, Science and Spiritual Quest Ed.  Subhash C. Mishra, Sri Kant Nagulapalli, Sudipto Ghosh. Published jointly by Bhakti Vedanta Institute, Calcutta and Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, Tirupati,pp. 65-81, (2007).
 
 
16.   Mukhopadhyay AK.  The Layers in the Matrix of Spirit and Matter
 
In, Science and Spirituality in Modern India.Ed. Makarand Paranjape. Samvad India Foundation, New Delhi, in association with Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, pp. 96-120, (2006).
 
 
Cited and Abstracted in Network Review (2007), 93, p. 38.
 
 
17.   Mukhopadhyay AK.  Supracortical Consciousness. An opening to multiple new
 
      doors of Science.
 
      In, The Enworlded Subjectivity. Its Three Worlds and Beyond.  Project History of  
 
      Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture (PHISPC). Vol. XI, Part 4, Ed. R. 
 
      Balasubramanian. Pub. Center for Studies in Civilization, New Delhi, pp. 380-
 
      446, (2006).
 
 
 
Cited and Abstracted in Network Review (2006), 91, p. 39.
 
   
18.   Mukhopadhyay AK.  A Composite Model of the Psyche. Its Practical
 
Relevance in Psychotherapy
 
      In Psychotherapy, Yoga and Spirituality. Ed. Ganesh Shankar. Jagdamba
 
Publishing Company, New Delhi, pp. 20-29, (2005).
 
 
 
“I appreciate your commendable originality” -  Prof. Elitzur.
 
 
 
Republished in 2009 in the book, Psychotherapy and Yoga Traditions, Author Ganesh Shankar, Pranjal Prakashan, Sagar (M.P.), pp. 3-14.
 
 
 
19.  Mukhopadhyay AK.  Developing a Science for Consciousness: Philosophical  
 
       Underpinnings
 
In, Philosophical Consciousness and Scientific Knowledge: Conceptual Linkages and Civilizational Background. Project, History of Indian Science Philosophy and Culture (PHISPC), Vol. XI, Part I. Ed. D. P. Chattopadhyay,  Pub. Center for Studies in Civilization, New Delhi, pp. 92-145, (2004).
 
 
 
Cited and Abstracted in Network Review (2006), 91, p. 39.
 
 
 
20.Mukhopadhyay AK.  The Experience of  Death Phenomenon may be made
 
       amenable to Science
 
In, Seminar onDeath Dying and Beyond.  Publ. SAIIIHR, Pondicherry, pp. 147-182 (2003).
 
 
 
21.Mukhopadhyay AK.  Limitation of Present Science
 
In,Human Mind and Machine Ed. V. N. Jha,  Publ. Indians Book Center, New Delhi, pp. 1-12, (2003).
 
 
 
22.Mukhopadhyay AK.  The ‘Pentanue’ and the ‘Nanoune’ Models for the
 
Mechanics of  Nature and Consciousness are suggested.
 
In Philosophy and Science: An Exploratory Approach to Consciousness. Publ. The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Kolkata, pp. 347-372, (2003).
 
 
 
23.  Mukhopadhyay AK.  Science for Consciousness. How is it expected to be?
 
InApplied Philosophy. Ed. R.P.Singh. Om Publication, Ch.9. New Delhi, pp. 163-195, (2003).

Books Published

Books Published

1. Role of Viscoelastic Hemostatic Assay in severe Trauma Patients (2012). Bhaumik Shah, Asok Mukhopadhyay, Arulselvi S. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, AG and COKG, Germany.

2. The Millennium Bridge (2000).Towards the Mechanics of Consciousness and The Akhanda Paradigm Published by Conscious Publications, New Delhi.ISBN 81-900033-3-X www.akmukhopadhyayconsciousness.com Cited in Science, Reviewed in Journal of Consciousness Studies, Network Review, Indian journal of Physics, The National Medical Journal of India,Journal of Personality and Clinical Studies. See Impact of Publication Article on The Millennium Bridge http://www.humanitatis.com/artigos_evolucao_espiritual.asp

3. Conquering the Brain (1995). Towards the Essence of The Multiversity and the Akhanda Paradigm Published by Conscious Publications, New Delhi. ISBN 81-900033-2-1 Reviewed in Frontier Perspectives, Journal of International Society of Philosophical Enquiry, Network Review, Hindustan Times, Statesman etc. See Impact of Publication

4. The Dynamic Web of Supracortical Consciousness Or Neurobiology, Neuroscience & Neuropsychology of Twenty first century (1987) Published by Conscious Publication, , New Delhi. ISBN 81-900033-1-3.

5. Frontiers of Research for Human Biologists. Next Hundred Years (1985) Published by Conscious Publications , New Delhi. ISBN 81-900033-0-5.

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