Biochemistry is the study of the chemical processes in living organisms. It deals with the structure and function of cellular components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and other bio-molecules.
The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in biochemistry is to make them understand the scientific basis of the life processes at the molecular level and to orient them towards the application of the knowledge acquired in solving clinical problems. This is essential to understand the complex biochemical interactions within the human body both in health and in disease. The department is equipped with the latest instruments and well-established lab facilities for conducting the critical bio chemical tests.
Well-equipped research lab is attached to the department for the research. Advance training is also imparted to post graduate students. The department contributes immensely to the laboratory needs of the teaching hospital.
A well-equipped laboratory is attached to the hospital which has got facilities for carrying out routine and specialized investigation for the in-patient as well as out patients of the NMCH&RC. Daily 100-200 samples are analyzed for different biochemical parameters
Comparative study and evaluation of ADA in Tuberculosis by
A scientific paper on “A comparative study and evaluation of Serum Adenosine activity in the
Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis”- is accepted for publication in Oct 2009 and will be Published in the Journal of Biomedical Research 2010; 21(2) by K.Srinivasa Rao Asst. Prof
Utility of serum Adenosine Dearninase, C–Reactive protein and Ceruloplasmin in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis Dr. M V Kodliwadmath Prof & HOD Biochemistry Navodaya Medical College, Raichur. Bio-medicine 2012; 32 (3) P.406 – 409.
Prospective randomized open label pilot study of lipid profile in preeclampsia Dr. (Mrs) Sheela M Kodliwadmath Prof & HOD Dept of OBG and Dr. M V Kodliwadmath Prof & HOD Dept of Biochemistry NMC, Raichur. Journal of advance researches in biological sciences 2013. Vol. 5 (1) P – 45 – 48 Clinical significance of serum Gamma Glutamyl transferase in toxaemia of pregnancy. Dr. (Mrs.) Sheela M Kodliwadmath Prof & HOD Dept of OBG & Dr. M V Kodliwadmath Prof & HOD Dept of Biochemistry NMC, Raichur. Biomedicine 2013:33(1) P-86-89.
|04||Mr. Harish Bhat. K||Asst. Professor|
|05||Dr. Pallavi Ashrit||Asst. Professor|
|06||Dr. Arun Kumar||Asst. Professor|
|07||Mr.Pradeep Kumar Reddy||Tutor|
|08||Mr. Vijay Mahantesh I.M||Tutor|
|01||Mr. Thimmappa||Technical Assistant/Technicians|
|02||Mr.Nagesh kumar||Technical Assistant/Technicians|
|03||Mr. Girijesh Desai||Store Keeper-cum-Clerk /Cum
|04||Mr. Bhaskar rao||Laboratory Attendance|
|05||Mr. Gopal||Laboratory Attendance|