Directorate of Research

Contact:
(02164) 241555 / 241556 / 241557 / 241558

Vision

To emerge as a centre of excellence for conduction of good quality, interdisciplinary, innovative, basic as well as applied research with emphasis on need based and translational research

Mission

  • The KIMS “Deemed To Be University” shall foster interdisciplinary research that will generate meaningful outcomes for the community and the nation
  • It shall provide translational research abilities for improving health care of the needy, socio economically deprived urban and rural populations
  • It shall seek collaborations of national and international research institutes for conducting good quality research to provide solutions to the problems faced by the community at local as well as state, National and International level

Objectives

  • To conduct Training workshops (Research Methodology, IPR, GCP, GCLP)
  • To undertake multiple scrutiny of all research proposals
  • To obtain approval from IEC for all research projects
  • To sanction funds for implementation of research proposals
  • To monitor the quality of research work continuously
  • To encourage researchers to obtain funds from external agencies
  • To increase publications in the reputed, indexed journals
  • To encourage & guide staff to apply for patents & copy rights
  • To encourage learners & staff to organize & participate in Conferences & Workshops
  • To encourage staff to write books & book chapters
  • To publish quarterly Journal of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University

Directorate of Research Staff

Dr. A. R. Risbud

Director of Research

Dr. D. K. Agarwal

Add. Director of Research

Dr. A. J. Patil

Dy. Director of Research

Dr. S. V. Kakade

Assist. Director Research

Dr. J. R. Pawar

Research Associate

Dr. R. S. Phatak

Research Associate

Mrs. T. S. Bhosale

Research Associate

Mr. D. A. Mane

Research Associate

Mr. M. M. Alate

Research Associate

Smt. Nandinee Chavan

Clerk

Mr. D. M. Pawar

Office Attendant

LEAD REFERRAL LABORATORY 

  • Lead referral laboratory (1st of it’s kind in Maharashtra) established on 9th Feb 2012 at Department of Biochemistry, KIMSDU, Karad, with collaboration of National Referral Centre for Lead Projects of India, Bangalore and Indian Society of Lead Awareness and Research
  • Recognized by the WHO as a Rural Lead Referral Centre

Molecular Biology and Genetic Laboratory 

VIROLOGY Laboratory

Research Policies

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1. Research Promotion and Operation Policies View
2. Ph.D. Notification View

Research collaborations

Activities under foreign collaborations

Sr. No. Collaboration Activity
1 Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, USA (USHUS) Learners from USUHS are participating in month long electives in Tropical Medicine and various subjects
2 St. Georges University, Grenada Learners from SGU are participating in two week / one month long electives
3 John Hopkins Institute, USA The John Hopkin center of excellence ( CCGHE) supports clinical care and research training to Government and private institutions in India on HIV projects and research capacity building. KIMSDU is one of the participants.
4 St. Georges University, Grenada Medical experience elective
5 Joint project with Dr. Gerald Quinnan (USUHS) A joint research proposal on TB has been submitted to National Institutes of Health, USA .
6 American Heart Association Project SEVAK Two individuals from rural and urban slum area of Karad are trained by the American Heart Association for the cause ‘Save Children Lives’ (SCL).
They are creating awareness among the residents about importance of safe practices of sanitation and are collecting relevant data
7 Academic Mission Cooperation with Walter Reed Army Medical Centre, Washington DC, USA Research collaborative studies are being planned

Research Collaborations with national Institution

1 Indian Council Of Medical Research
National AIDS Research Institute, Pune- NARRIM Project
National Institute of Epidemiology , Chennai- Support for protocol development
National Institute of Virology, Pune- Rota Virus, H1N1, SARS, MERS, SARS-CoV 2 studies
2 Moving Academy of Medicine & Biomedicine, Pune. Student training
3 Department of Health Sciences, University of Pune. IPR related activity
4 Defense Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune. Collaborative studies-
Title: Chitosan based hydrogel nanoparticles for applications in wound healing (Joint application to DBT)
Title: A step towards use of Polysulfone based composite hollow fiber membranes as immunoisolation device for bioartificial pancreas
5 Govt. of Maharashtra has identified KIMSDU for training of their staff and for collaborative research studies.
6 Indian Society of Lead Awareness and Research- KIMSDU lab has been recognised as National Lead referral laboratory. Research studies conducted have resulted in 18 publications and three PhD studies
7 Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society (MSACS):
Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPCT) & Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ART) center at KIMSDU
8 ‘Ehsaas’ special school for Mentally Handicapped, Shendre, Satara- KIMSDU staff is engaged in providing health care services & research
9 College of Engineering, Pune- Student Exchange, support for prototype development
10 Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Sakharale- Academic activities
11 Bharti Vidyapeeth’s Yashwantrao Mohite Institute of Management for Academic Collaboration
12 Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai- Library Activities
13 Veritas Bioventions PVT LTD – Technology Cooperation
14 Vansh a branch of Pishwikar Hospital, Kolhapur- Collaboration for post doctoral fellowship
15 Ranganath Hospital and Laparoscopic Academy, Kolhapur- Collaboration for post doctoral fellowship
16 Society for Research and Reproduction Medicine, Kolhapur- Collaboration for post doctoral fellowship
17 Bel- Air Hospital of Indian Red Cross Society, Panchgani- Nursing Experience Program , student exchange
18 “AARAMBH Center for Autism and Slow Learners” Aurangabad – to work with children with multiple disabilities like mentally challenged, Autism, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, Slow learners and behavior problems with AARAMBH Centre
19 Insight CBCT Imaging – Students training
20 Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed To Be University) (DMIMSDU), Atre Layout, Nagpur –Training
21 MOU Between KIMSDU, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) Nashik, Training
22 MOU Between KIMSDU, Sanjeevani Institute, Karad
23 MOU Between KIMSDU, Government College of Engineering, Karad, prototype preparation
24 MOU Between KIMSDU, Richardson Leprosy Hospital, Tal. Miraj, Dist. Sangli, student training
25 MOU Between KIMSDU, OpEx Accelerator Private Limited, Kolhapur, IPR training
26 MOU Between KIMSDU, GI India Automation & Systems Pvt. Ltd., Pune, India, Prototype designing
27 MOU Between KIMSDU, RiddhiSurgicals, Mumbai, India, Startup
28 MOU Between KIMSDU and Paradise Plastic Molding Works, Karad, India,Startup
29 MOU Between KIMSDU, GSR Institute of Craniomaxillofacial& Facial Plastic Surgery, Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Dental student Training
30 MOU Between KIMSDU and P.G. Department of Zoology and Research Centre, Shri Shiv Chhatrapati College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Bodkenagar, Junnar, Maharashtra, India. Research study
31 MOU Between KIMSDU and R2E Technologies Private Limited (Tech Councellor) Kotdwar, Uttarakhand. Joint collaboration for IPR related activities
32 MOU Between KIMSDU and Maharashtra Education Society (MES), College of Nursing, Lote Parsuram, Student exchane & traning
33 MOU Between KIMSDU and National Entrepreneurship Network, 7th Floor, Building No. 11, Solitaire Corporate Park, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India., Research study
34 MOU Between KIMSDU and Bulehora University, Ethiopia, East Africa, Nursing research
35 MoU between Krishna Institute of Pharmacy and Bapuji Pharmacy College, Davangere, collaborative research
36 MoU between Krishna Institute of Pharmacy and KLE College of Pharmacy, Hubballi
37 MoU between Krishna Institute of Pharmacy and JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida, Collaborative research
38 MoU between Krishna Institute of Pharmacy and Indrayani Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Pune, Nursing Research
39 MoU between Krishna Institute of Pharmacy and Maratha Mandal’s College of Pharmacy, Belagavi, Collaborative Research

Research outcomes

Number of research papers published in the approved list of Journals indexed in Scopus/Web of Science/Pub Med

Year Staff Learners
October         2012 32 138
September 2013 02 100
August           2014 22 101
September 2015 09 110
August           2016 05 120
October         2017 02 119
October         2018 00 223
December 2019 08 126
November 2020 (Online) 25 809
Total 105 1846
Year Scopus Web of Science PubMed UGC
listed Journals
2015 100 45 46 189
2016 105 74 41 153
2017 74 51 43 105
2018 70 44 33 94
2019 146 53 26 176
2020 486 97 58 533
Total 981 364 247 1250
Calendar
Years
2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
Number of research papers 385 366 348 310 382 574 2365

Citation Index in Scopus/ Web of Science

Formula:
0.5 x Total number of Citations SCOPUS in five years + 0.5 x Total number of Citations in Web of Science in five years/ 0.5 x Total number of Publications in SCOPUS in five years + 0.5 x Total number of Publications in Web of Science in last five calendar years

=Average Citation index

= 0.5 x 6343 + 0.5 x 5,513 / 0.5 x 947 + 0.5 x 76

= 3171.5 + 2756.5 / 473.5 + 38

= 5928 511.5

Average Citation Index = 11.58

Scopus/ Web of Science – h-index of the Institution

Formula:

= h – Index of Scopus + h – Index of Web of Science in the last 5 calendar years / 2

= h– Index of the Institution

= 26.52 + 12 / 2

= 19.26

h– Index of the Institution = 19.26

2015-
2016
2016-
2017
2017-
2018
2018-
2019
2019-
2020
Total
Patent 
and
Design Granted
0 0 5 2 16 23
Patent
Published
0 2 2 5 26 35
Copyright
Awarded
0 5 1 44 227 277
Technology-
transfer
0 0 0 0 7 7
Total 0 7 8 51 276 342
Calendar  Years July
2015
2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Total
Number 
of   Books
2 1 4 1 16 11 35
Number 
of Chapters
1 3 - 1 112 9 126
Papers 
in National/International Conference-
Proceedings
28 21 10 36 35 12 142
Degrees 2015-
2016
2016-
2017
2017-
2018
2018-
2019
2019-
2020
Total
Ph.D.s 04 11 07 14 11 47
PG 89 111 85 129 167 581
DM - - - - - -
M.  Ch - - 1 1 1 3
Total 93 122 93 144 179 631

Research Grants

Name of
the Project/ Clinical Trial/ Endowment/ Chairs
Name of the
Principal Investigator/ CoInvestigator
Name of the
Funding agency
Type
(Government/ Non-Government etc., )
Department of
Principal Investigator/      Co
Investigator
Year of Award Funds provided
(INR in Lakhs)
Duration of the
project
Integrated Counselling and Testing centre (ICTC) 1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav,   2) Dr. S. R. Patil
Maharashtra
State AIDS Control
Society, (MSACS),
Mumbai.
under National Aids Control
Organization (NACO)
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology        2)
Microbiology
2015 12.77 2015-2016
Cross Sectional Study on the Health Related Quality of Life in
Patients Who Complete Treatment  for
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Dr.
Vijay D. Nair
Revised
National TB Control Programme (RNTCP)
Government TB
Chest
2016 0.24 2016-2017
Identifying predictors of treatment outcome in Tuberculosis Dr.
Asha K. Pratinidhi.
Revised
National TB Control Programme (RNTCP)
Government Directorate
of Research
2016 1.26 2016-2017
Tuberculosis Case Detection in High risk Population in context
to Migrants
Dr.
Vaishali V. Raje
Revised
National TB Control Programme (RNTCP)
Government Preventive
and Social Medicine
2016 1.08 2016-2017
Integrated Counselling and Testing centre (ICTC) 1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav   2) Dr. S. R. Patil
Maharashtra
State AIDS Control
Society, (MSACS),
Mumbai.
under National Aids Control
Organization (NACO)
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology        2)
Microbiology
2016 15.20 2016-2017
(Phase II)
Promoting HIV Vaccine research and development
through tech-transfer andcapacity building for HIVimmune-
pathogenesis
studies-
1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav   2) Dr. G.S. Karande
International
AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI, USA),     
Indian Council of Medical Research
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology        2)
Microbiology
2017 49.14 2017-2019
Integrated Counselling and Testing centre (ICTC) 1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav   2) Dr. S. R. Patil
Maharashtra
State AIDS Control
Society, (MSACS),
Mumbai.
under National Aids Control
Organization (NACO)
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology        2)
Microbiology
2017 18.81 2017-2018
Integrated Counselling and Testing centre (ICTC) 1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav   2) Dr. S. R. Patil
Maharashtra
State AIDS Control
Society, (MSACS),
Mumbai.
under National Aids Control
Organization (NACO)
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology        2)
Microbiology
2018 22.90 2018-2019
Health study to assess the impact of water pollution on water
born disease
Dr.
Shivkumar KM
Council
of Scientific Industrial Research 
(CSIR)– National Environmental Engineering Research Institute
(CSIR-NEERI), Mumbai.
Government Public
Health Dentistry
2018 3.23 2018-2019
COHRPICA study-Cohort for HIV Resistance and Progression in  Indian Children & Adults 1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav   2) Dr. A.R.
Risbud
3) Dr. S.S. Patil
4) Dr. G.S. Karande
5) Dr. R. P. Patange
International
AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI, USA),     
Indian Council of Medical Research
Department of Biotechnology, GOI
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology         
2) Directorate of Research,              3) PSM,
4) Microbiology
2018 15.84 2018-2023
Integrated Counselling and Testing centre (ICTC) 1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav   2)) Dr. S. R. Patil
Maharashtra
State AIDS Control
Society, (MSACS),
Mumbai.
under National Aids Control
Organization (NACO)
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology        2)
Microbiology
2019 19.21 2019-2020
Implementation and Evaluation of Community Based Intervention
for Upliftment and Voluntary Participation in Biomedical Research
1)
Dr. Asha Jadhav  2) Dr. G.S. Karande 3)
Dr. R. P. Patange
International
AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI, USA), NARI
Government 1)
Obstetrics & gynaecology        2)
Microbiology
2019 41.91 2019-2020
Genetic
Polymorphisms and Genomic determinats of acute normal tissue toxicity after
radiotherapy for head and neck malignancy
1) Dr. Anand K.
Gudur                     2)  Dr. Kailas D. Datkhile
Indian Council
of Medical Research (ICMR
Government 1) Oncology           2) Molecular Biology &
Genetics
2019 15.8 2019-2021
Sr. No. Name of the Project/ Clinical
Trial / Endowment/ Chairs
Name of the
Principal Investigator/  
Co-Investigator
Name of the
Funding agency
Type
(Government/ Non-Government etc., )
Department of
Principal Investigator/      Co
Investigator
Year of Award Funds
provided   (INR in Lakhs)
Duration of the
project
1 Estimation of
lead from water, cosmetics, paints and traditional medicine
Dr.
Arun Patil
UL-Underwriters
Laboratories 
(USA) funds sanctioned to
InSLAR & NRCLPI
Non
-Government
Biochemistry 2015 5 2015-2016
2 A Randomized,
Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study to Evaluate the Effect
of SAR236553/REGN727 on the Occurrence of Cardiovascular Events in Patients
Who Have Recently Experienced an Acute Coronary Syndrome
1)
Dr. Aparna Patange,              
2)  Dr. Shilpa Patil
Sonofi
India Pvt Ltd
Non
Government
Medicine 2015 9.6 2015-2017
3 “Evaluation of
Efficasy and Safety of Fixed Dose Combination of Losartan, Amlodipine and
Hydrochlorothiazide in The Treatment of Essential Hypertension: An Open
Label, Multi-Centric Trial
1).
Dr. Aparna Patange            2).Dr.
R.G. Naniwadikar
Sun
Pharma
Non
Government
1).
Medicine          2). Surgery
2015 8.5 2015-2016
4 A Phase IV, Non-
Inferiority, Observe Blind, Randomized Clinical Study comparing safety and
Immunogenicity of Measles- Mumps- Rubella (MMR) Subcutaneous Vaccination by
Disposable –Syringe Jet Injector to Vaccination by Needle and Syringe for the
Administration in Healthy Children in India aged 15 to 18 months
Dr.
C. D. Aundhkar
Serum
Institute of India Limited, Pune and Diagno Search Life Sciences LTD, Thane
Non
Government
Pediatrics 2015 1.41 2015-2016
5 “Evaluation of
Efficasy and Safety of Fixed Dose Combination of Losartan, Amlodipine and
Hydrochlorothiazide in The Treatment of Essential Hypertension: An Open
Label, Multi-Centric Trial
1).
Dr. Aparna Patange          2).Dr. R.G.
Naniwadikar
Sun
Pharma
Non
Government
1).
Medicine        2). Surgery
2016 0.15 2016-2017
6 Protocol  0927-17: A 
multicentre, open label, Randomized,
Two treatment, Two period, Two-sequence, Single dose, Cross-Over,
Study to Test for Bioequivalence between Celeritys Doxorubicin
Hydrochloride
 (Pegylated Liposomal) Injection
20mg/10mL(2mg/mL) and the Reference product, Caelyx®[Doxorubicin
Hydrochloride
(pegylated liposomal)Injection 20mg/10mL)(2mg/mL)] in Patients with
Metastatic Breast Cancer
1).
Dr. Anand Gudur    2). Dr. Rashmi A.
Gudur
Celerity
Pharmaceuticals, LLC
9450 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.,
Suite 640,
Rosemont, IL 60018.
Tel. No.: +1(847) 999-0477
Email: buchil@celeritypharma.com
Non
Government
Radiotherapy 2018 3.34 2018
-2020
7 A Research On
Currently Available And
Novel Anti-Cancer Agents On Fresh Surplus
Tissues Primarily Using CANSCRIPT ™ Technology
Dr.
Anand Gudur  Dr. Digvijay Patil
Bio
Mitra Pharmaceuticals through CRO 
Lambda
Non
Government
Radiotherapy 2019 1.12 2019-2020
8 A global,
multicentre, three arms,
open-label randomized study to evaluate the efficacy
and safety of Nanosomal Docetaxel Lipid Suspension compared to Taxotere®
(Docetaxel Injection
 Concentrate) in triple-negative
breast cancer patients with locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer
after failure to prior chemotherapy
Dr.
Anand Gudur Dr. Rashmi A. Gudur
Intas
Pharmaceuticals through CRO  Lambda
Non
Government
Radiotherapy 2019 0.8 2019-2021
9 A
Cross-sectional Multicenter, Epidemiological Study to Evaluate the
Clinicodemographic Profile and Management Practices for Primary Prophylaxis
of Overt Hepatic Encephalopathy in Patients with Cirrhosis in India
Dr.
Sandeep Patil
Abott Non
Government
Medicine
(Gastroenterologist)
2019 0.75 2019-2020
10 A Prospective,
Randomized, Parallel  Group, Double
Blind, Multicentre study to compare the efficacy, safety and immunogenicity
of Lupins Ranidizumab with Lucentis in patients with neovascular age related
macular degeneration
1).
Dr.Gaurav Paranjpe             2). Dr.
Prajakta Patil
Lupin Non
Government
Ophthalmology 2019 5.9 2019-2020
11 A Multicentre
Phase III, Double blinded, Randomized Placebo controlled study to evaluate
the efficacy of Recombinant BCGVPM 1002 in reducing infection incidence and
disease severityof SARS- COV-2/COVID-19 among high risk subjects
1).
Dr. Sujata Patil,                                2). Dr Sujata
jadav 3). Dr.Aparna Patange
Serum
Institute of India PVT, LTD
Non
Government
1).
PSM,             2). Pharmacology      3). Medicine
2020 16.37 2019-
2020
12 Prevalence of
Metabolic Syndrome And Related Risk Factors In Bank Employees of Western
Maharashtra, India
Dr.
Jyotsna Arun Patil
Krishna
Sahakari Bank Ltd
Non
Government
Biochemistry 2020 10 2020-
2021
13 Effectiveness of
early ambulation with indigenously prepared harness sling on functional
independency in incomplete spinal cord injury
Dr. Suraj Kanase Shree
Diliprao             dadasahebrao
chavan
Non
Government
Neurosciences 2020 1.65 2020
-2021
14 Effect of
multicomponent exercise program on functional performance in post coronary
artery bypass grafting individuals amongst rural population
Dr.
Chandrakant Patil
Shree
Diliprao             dadasahebrao
chavan
Non
Government
Cardio-pulmonary
Sciences
2020 5.29 2020
-2021
15 Design and
Development of Anti-virulent Face Mask to Improve the Disease Combat
Efficiency of Patients and Medical Practitioners against COVID-19 and other
Contagious Diseases
Dr.
Jayant Pawar
Shree
Dhanlaxmi Foundation, Karad
Non
Government
Directorate
of Research
2020 1.2 2020-2021
16 Outcome
prediction and severity of corona virus disease (covid-19) on the basis of
clinical and laboratory parameters
Dr.
Virendra Patil
Shree Amit                          Diliprao Chavan Non
Government
Medicine 2020 3.19 2020
-2021
17 Maternal and
Foetal Outcome among Antenatal Cases with Covid-19 Admitted in a Tertiary
Care Hospital in Karad- a Prospective Study
Dr.
Sanjay Patil
Shree
Dhanlaxmi Foundation,    Karad
Non
Government
ObG
/ Gyn
2020 3.8 2020
– 2021
18 Study of
SARS-CoV2 virus positivity rate among patients attending Krishna Hospital
& Medical Research Center- ‘A Dedicated COVID Hospital’
Dr.
Satish R. Patil
Shree
Dhanlaxmi Foundation,    Karad
Non
Government
Microbiology 2020 5 2020
– 2021
19 A Clinical Trial
to study  effect of high dose vitamin C
on clinical outcomes in patients infected with corona virus- 2019 (COVID-9)
Dr.
Archana Gautam
Anand
Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical Co. Belgaum
Non
Government
Critical
Care
2020 0.34 2020
– 2021
20 Study of Serum
Vitamin D Levels and Disease Outcome in Covid – 19 Patients
Dr.
Mrs. Sujata Jadahv
Shree
Amit                           Diliprao
chavan
Non
Government
Pharmacology 2020 0.92 2020
– 2021
21 Prevalence and
drug utilization pattern in comorbid cases of corona virus disease
(COVID-19): A Retrospective study
Dr.
Mrs. Seshla Sadanandan
Anand
Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical Co. Belgaum
Non
Government
Pharmacology 2020 0.034 2020
– 2021
22 A Study on Serum
Ferritin And D-Dimer Levels in Covid-19 Positive Patients
Dr.
Mrs. Aparna Patange
Shree
Amit                           Diliprao
chavan
Non
Government
Medicine 2020 0.67 2020
-2021
23 A Study of
Pulmonary Function Test in Stage I and Stage II COVID 19 Positive Patients
Dr.
Mrs. Aparna Patange
Anand
Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical Co. Belgaum
Non
Government
Medicine 2020 0.07 2020
-2021
24 Study of ABO
group susceptibility to corona virus disease 
(COVID 19)
Dr.
Sushma Bommanavar
Shree
Amit                           Diliprao
chavan
Non
Government
SDS 2020 5.6 2020
– 2021
25 Design and
Fabrication of Finger Mounted Illuminating Device Interfaced with Intra- oral
Closed Circuit Camera for DentalProcedures
Dr.
Sudha    Mattigatti
Anand
Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical Co. Belgaum
Non
Government
Conservative
Dentistry
2020 2.5 2020
– 2021
26 Design,
Development and Evaluation of Hospital Sewage Treatment Strategy with Special
Reference to SARS-CoV-2
1).Dr.
Jayant Pawar 2). Dr. Anupam Mukerjee              3). Dr. G. S. Karande
B.
G. Shirke, Construction Technology Pvt. Ltd, Pune
Non
Government
1).
Directorate of Research           
2).ICMR-AIDS, Pune                  
3).Microbiology
2020 30.25 2020
– 2021
27 A Clinical Trial
to study  effect of high dose vitamin C
on clinical outcomes in patients infected with corona virus- 2019 (COVID-19)
Dr.
Archana Gautam
B.
G. Shirke, Construction Technology Pvt. Ltd, Pune
Non
Government
Anaesthesia 2020 19.85 2020
– 2021

Hon'ble Shree Jayawantrao Bhosale Innovation and Incubartion Center

ABOUT THE CENTRE

Hon’ble Shree Jaywantrao Bhosale Incubation and Innovation Center (JBIIC) is an interdisciplinary platform that creates a safe anchorage for novel ideas in the domain of medicine and allied sciences. With opportunities for individual researchers and group collaboration across all the disciplines of medicine, allied sciences, engineering, and technology, it’s a place that fosters a culture of innovation through the ideation, creation, testing, and validation of research concepts by developing prototypes for the growth of healthcare sector. This will establish a strong link between academics, industries, and end-users.

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