Teaching Staff, Members:

Full Name
Residential Address
E-mail, Mobile no.,
Phone No.
(Office & Residence)
Permanent Address
 1  Dr. Manish Chakrabati


 A2, Sriramn agar.  MakarwaGaon Road. Vejalpur, Ahmedabad, 380051
Associate Professor




 Dr. Gagandip Kaur Siddhu


Dr.Chandrakant Kamariya



 C-203, Safal Parisar-2, South Bopal, Ahmedabad, 380058.


Kalaniketan Apartment

Flat no.204

RK Park Main Road,

Behind Rani Tower , Kalawad Road, Rajkot-360005

Assistant Professor
 1  Dr. Jignesh Gorasiya, MD


 Avkar’, Vimannagar-2, Raiya Road, Rajkot-360007
1 Dr. Nikunj Modi

MD Biochemistry


C/14Medical campus, Jamnagar 361008



35, Alka Society, Near GAyatri mandir, Visnagar.
 2 Dr. Amit Kakaiya

MD Biochemistry

 A/2,Doctor’s quarters, Samarpan Hospital, Jamnagar



 A/2,Doctor’s quarters, Samarpan Hospital, Jamnagar
 3  Dr. Sandip Sendhav, MD
Nr. T.B. Hospital,



 Block – 51/1212, G.H.B., Meghaninagar, Ahmedabad
Dr. Bijoya Chatterjee,

PhD Medical.

 D-4,Doctor’s quarters, MPShah medical college, Jamnagar, 361008



 D-4,Doctor’s quarters, MPShahMedical College Campus, Jamnagar, 361008.
2 Dr. Vandana Katwa


“Sidhhivinayak Residency”, Patel colony 11, jamnagar



“Sidhhivinayak Residency”,Patel colony 11, jamnagar
3 Dr. Ketangiri Gosai


24,digvijay plot, Jamnagar



24,digvijay plot, Jamnagar
Dr. Hina


Plot no. 37, Om Park 3, Near Top 3 Cinema Circle,

Talaja Road, Bhavnagar






























































Laboratory Staff:

Sr. No. Name Designation
1 Dr. R.D.Jadeja Lab Technician
2 Mr. J.D. Ladwa Lab Technician
Mr. M H Rajpara
Lab Technician
5 Mr. Manish Pandya Lab Technician
6 Ms. Radhika Nariya Lab Technician
7 Mr. Girish Shingarakhiya Lab Technician
8 Ms. Jainika Bhalodiya Lab Technician
9 Ms. Rekha Mangani Lab Technician
10 Mr. Manoj Dhruv Lab Technician
11 Mr. Tushar Gadhavi Lab. Asstt
12 Ms. Payal Kanjiya Lab. Asstt
13 Ms. Keyuri R. Negandhi Lab Asstt
14 Ms. Arpita J. Leela Lab Asstt
15 Mr. Rohit Paneliya Lab. Asstt
16 Mr.Jitendra Nandaniya Lab. Asstt
17 Mr. ChetanVarotariya Lab. Asstt
18 Ms. Jayshree Buddh Clerk
19 Mr. Vinod Parmar Laboratory attendants
20 Mr. Ashwin Devmurari Laboratory attendants
21 Mr. Nitesh Solanki Sweeper
22 Mr. B B Makwana Sweeper
23 Mr Jagdish Sweeper
24 Mr Vishal Sweeper
25 Mr. Rohit Sweeper
26 Mr.Laljibhai Sweeper


  • Teaching
    MBBS 200 students
    BDS 100 students
  • BPT 100 students
    DMLT as per admission
  • Laboratory work
    Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory in collaboration with Hospital
    Various Biochemical parameters For LFTs, RFTs, Lipid Profile and certain special parameters like uric acid,
    Thyroid profile under standardization
    Approx 250 patients per day
    Approx 2000 tests done per day



Dr.GagandeepKaurSiddhu, Associate Professor:

  1. A study of serum urea, creatinine and uric acid levels in hypothyroid patients. Int J Res Med 2016; 5(2); 115-118.
  2. Assessment of variations in serum phosphorous, calcium, sodium and potassium levels in hypothyroid patients. Int J Int Med 2016; 3(3); 26-29
  3. A study of Erythrocyte Cholinesterase in comparison with serum Cholinesterase  activity in Organophosphorus Poisoning Patient. Int J Res Med. 2014; 3(2); 77-79.
  4. Serum Aminotransferase activity in patients of epilepsy and mania taking sodium valproate. Annals of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, 2014;1(01)
  5. A comparative study of serum Uric acid, Calcium and Magnesium in preeclampsia and normal pregnancy.Journal of Advance Research in Biological Sciences, 2013;5 (1):55-58
  6. Serum copper and zinc level in preschool children with protein energy malnutrition. Int J Res Med. 2013; 2(1); 7-10

Dr.Chandrakant Kamariya, Associate Professor:

  1. Evaluation of serum lipoprotein (a) in young patients with myocardial infarction; IJMedPH,2014; 4(1).

Dr. Jignesh Gorasia, Assistant Professor:

  1. Requirement of newer parameter to replace conventional liver function tests for differentiation of liver disease from non-liver disease. IJSRP, 2013;2(8).
  2. Lipid Profile and lipoprotein (a) in chronic renal failure patients with and IJMedPH,2012; 2(4).

Dr. Nikun jModi, Asstt.Professor:

  1. Evaluation Of Risk Factors For Preterm Delivery AndCreasy’s Risk Scoring. Int J Res Med; 2015.
  2. Utility Of Osazone Test To Identify Sugars. JMSCR; 2016.
  3. Application Of Six Sigma Test In Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory. Int J Res Med; 2017.

Dr. Amit Kakaiya, Asstt.Professor:

  1. Lipid abnormalities in breast cancer of women. JGRA;2013; 2( 1).
  2. Establishment of the reference intervals for serum lipid profile in healthy population of Anand District . JGRA;2014; 3( 1 ).



Dr. Bijoya Chatterjee, Tutor:

  1. Association of Lipoprotein(a) and hsCRP levels with metabolic syndrome and its components. 2015;30(4):394-402.
  2. Levels of traditional and novel serum lipid components in hypertension. Int J Res Med. 2015; 4(1);84-89.
  3. Metabolic, Inflammatory and Genetic Risk Factors In Patients Of Cardiovascular Accident In West Indian Population. Int J Res Med. 2016; 5(1); 99-104.


  • Laboratory work:
    Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory in collaboration with Hospital
    Various Biochemical parameters For LFTs, RFTs, TFT, Lipid Profile, Uric Acid,
    Phosphorus, Serum Electrolytes, and Cholinesterase
    Approx 250 patients per day
    Approx 2000 tests done per day


Dr. Tejas J. Shah, Asstt. Professor

List of Publications

1. Lipid profile and Lipoprotein(a) in chronic renal failure patients with & without hemodialysis. International Journal of Medicine and Public Health, Vol 2, Issue 4, Oct-Dec 2012.

Ms. Bijoya Chatterjee

List of Publications9

1. Chatterjee B. and Pancholi J. Prakriti Based Medicine: A Step towards Personalized Medicine. AYU (An International Quarterly Journal of Research in Ayurveda), 2011;32(2):141-146. An Indexed Medical Journal with Pub Med./ Wolter Kluwer Publications.

2. Chatterjee B, Chatterjee P. and Pancholi J. Health awareness and popularity of alternative medicines among people of Jamnagar town: A statistical interpretation. AYU (An International Quarterly Journal of Research in Ayurveda). 2012;33(1):133-137. An Indexed Medical Journal with Pub Med./ Wolter Kluwer Publications.

3. Chatterjee B, Chatterjee P. and Pancholi J. A Study on Protective Effects of low Dietary PUFA levels in Hypertensive Rats. National journal of integrated research in medicine (NJIRM) 2012; 3(3):75-80

4. Chatterjee B et al: Novel CVD risk factor in metabolic syndrome. Journal of research in medical and dental science. Vol. 2, issue 1 january-march 2014.

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