Dr Chandni Gupta

Additional professor

Department of Anatomy


    • Encourages group learning and discussion, and has conducted video demonstration of upper limb and thorax for MBBS students.
    • Sets question papers, invigilates theory examinations and conducts practical examinations.
    • Guides postgraduates in their research activities and seminars.
    • Is a certified BLS & ACLS course provider for simulation center.
    • Helps postgraduate students in their thesis as co-guide. 
    • Does research in the field of various fields of Anatomy and updates my knowledge by attending CMEs, workshops and conferences at national and state levels.
    • Is a teacher guardian to undergraduate students and gives my best to help them outside the classrooms.
    • Guide the undergraduate students in their short term research projects
    • Guide the undergraduate in their case presentations
    • Actively involved in the departmental and institutional other academic activities.



Subject Subject code Semester
Anatomy MBBS 1st and 2nd semester
Anatomy MD


Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MD Anatomy Kasturba Medical College, Manipal 2010
MBBS Kasturba Medical College, Manipal 2007


Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
KMC, Manipal Additional Professor Mar 2020 till date
KMC, Manipal Associate Professor 2014 to 2020
KMC, Manipal Assistant Professor 2010 to 2014
KMC, Manipal Tutor 2007 to 2010


Area of Interest

Clinical Anatomy, Histology and Embryology.

Area of Expertise

Clinical Anatomy, Histology and Embryology.

Area of Research

Clinical Anatomy, Histology and Embryology.

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  •  Life member of Anatomical Society of India (ASI) since 2010.
  •  Life member of Karnataka Chapter of Anatomist (KCA) since 2013.
  •  BLS and ACLS provider according to AHA (American Heart Association).

Higher and bulkier origin of the lumbricals and their clinical relevance

2013-01-01 Sushma RK Gupta C Bhat KMR

Journal of Surgical Academia

Clinically oriented morphometric study of medial and lateral menisci of the knee joint in adult cadavers

2012-01-01 Murlimanju BV Nair N Kumar B Krishnamurthy A Gupta C Chethan P

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Prediction of stature from foot length

2012-01-01 Radhakrishnan P Palimar V D’souza AS Kiruba NL Gupta C

Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology

A quantitative analysis of atlas vertebrae and its abnormalities

2013-01-01 Gupta C Radhakrishnan P Palimar V Dsouza AS Kiruba NL

Journal of Mophological science

Dimensions of the human adult mitral valve in the embalmed cadaver

2013-01-01 Gupta C Shetti VR Murlimanju BVM

Journal of morphological science

A morphological study to note the variable patterns of cutaneous innervations on the dorsum of foot in south Indian human foetuses and its clinical implications

2013-06-03 Gupta C Kiruba NL Dsouza AS Radhakrishnan P

Adv Biomed Res

Anatomical variations in the emergence of the cutaneous nerves from the nerve point in the neck and identification of the landmarks to locate the nerve point with its clinical implications: a cadaveric study on south Indian human foetuses

2013-01-03 Gupta C Dsouza AS Raythe B

Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research

A morphometric analysis of the foramen magnum and variations in its shape: a computerized tomographic study, a morphometric study of foramen magnum

2012-01-01 Gupta C Vidhi Palimar V

Fatal deliberate self-harm in adolescents- a Manipal perspective

2012-01-01 Palimar V Vidhi Gupta C


A morphological study of variations in the origin and course of radial artery

2012-01-01 Shetti VR Gupta C Palimar V

Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences

A Morphometric Study of Development of Fetus Suprarenal Gland, Kidney and their Comparison.

2015-01-01 Gupta C Vivek K Sneha GK Dsouza AS

Journal of Surgical Academia 2015; 5(1):10-13.

A Morphometric Study of Variations in the Innervation of Pronator Teres with its Clinical Implications.

2015-01-01 Gupta C Seva KN Kalthur SG D’souza AS

J Med Sci 2015;35(3):97-99.

A morphometric study of the proximal end of the tibia in South Indian population with its clinical implications.

2015-01-01 Gupta C Kumar J Kalthur SG D’souza AS

Saudi J Sports Med 2015;15:166-9.

A morphological and morphometric study of placenta with its clinical implications.

2015-01-01 Gupta C Harode HA D’souza AS Sharma A

Trop J Med Res 2015;18:85-8.

Cadaveric study of the morphology of brachial plexus : Normal and variant


2nd year, Abhilasha Priya, A study of variations in the formation, relation and branching pattern of brachial plexuses in the supraclavicular as well as infraclavicular part. In the infraclavicular part variations in its branches and their formation, relations will be studied. The clinical implications of this study will also be described.

Morphological, morph metric and histological analysis of placenta in pregnancy induced hypertension gestational diabetes and post -dated pregnancies


1st year, Ashwin, A study of measurements on placenta in which we measure its weight, volume, thickness, insertion of cord and any variation in its normal morphology will be noted down with histology which was done using haematoxylin and eosin and with special stain in normal placenta as well as of hypertensive, diabetic and post dated pregnancy.

Histo-Morphogensis of human thymus and spleen during prenatal development

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