Dr Ravindra Maradi

Associate Professor

Department of Biochemistry

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Dr. Ravindra Maradi is currently working as an Associate professor in the Department of Biochemistry, has more than 15 years of undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.

    He has done Advanced Course in Medical Education and is actively involved as the resource faculty for the Revised Basic Course Workshop and training in Attitude, Ethics, and Communication.

    Dr. Maradi is also the Director of Kasturba Hospital Laboratory Services, Kasturba Hospital Manipal, and has a keen interest in the diagnostic laboratory.

    He has trained many undergraduate and postgraduate students in research and has presented many research papers at national and international conferences.

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Biochemistry MBBS 1&2 Semester
Biochemistry MD
Biochemistry M.Sc. All 4 semester

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MD Biochemistry Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University 2008
MBBS JJM Medical College, Davangere, Kuvempu University 2001

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Kasturba Hospital Laboratory Services (KHLS)-Manipal Lab Director Dec 2018 – till date
Department of Biochemistry, KMC-Manipal, MAHE Associate Professor 15/5/2012 - till date
Clinical Biochemistry Laboratory, Kasturba Medical College - Manipal, MAHE Lab In-charge Jan 2015 – Dec 2018
Department of Biochemistry and Genetics, American University of Antigua, College of Medicine, Antigua, West Indies. Associate Professor March 2013 – Dec 2014
Kasturba Medical College – Manipal, MAHE Associate Professor May 2012 to March 2013
Department of Biochemistry, KMC Manipal Assistant Professor 15/5/2008 to 14/5/2012
Department of Biochemistry, KMC Manipal Tutor 2/5/2005 to 30/4/2008

Prospective cohort evaluation of therapeutic outcomes among newly diagnosed tuberculosis patients on daily drug regimen under RNTCP in Udupi district using clinical, biochemical, nutritional, and hematological markers

Hithaish Kumar R N Ravindra Maradi

This study is a prospective cohort study that is happening in the community by contacting Newly diagnosed tuberculosis patients and looking at their treatment outcomes by monitoring their nutritional status, Anaemic status, and glucose levels during their treatment. Post-treatment follow-up for 1 year to assess any reinfection of relapse of tuberculosis

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Endocrinolgy and laboratory Medicine

Area of Expertise

Diagnostic laboratory, and Medical education

Area of Research

Diabetes, Teaching and learning methodology

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

Fellowship in Medical Education and Laboratory Accreditation process

Influence of education and family history of alcoholism on alcohol consumption among male alcoholic

2014-01-11 Kalludi SN Maradi R Gorantla VR Dhar M

International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications. Volume 4, Issue 11, Page 1-4

What qualities a mentor should have to do effective mentoring? Students perspective

2014-01-05 Prabhu KRV Maradi R Datta P Shenoy S Kamath A Rao P

Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Science & Humanities. Volume 1 Issue 23, Page 20-24

Introducing physiology practical demonstration in course curriculum for the first year nursing students

2013-01-09 Maradi R Babu R Sathyanarayachar M Kalludi S Muralidhar

Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. Vol 7, issue 9, Page 1989-1991.

Cross sectional study of symptomology among patients with recent and established HIV-1 infection

2012-01-10 Maradi R Satyanarayan M Khanna R Vishwanath S Khanna V Bairy I

Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomediacal Sciences. Vol23, Issue 23, Page 1-4

Comparision between Avidity test and Detuned ELISA test in detecting the recent and established HIV-1 infection

2012-01-10 Maradi R Khanna V Bairy I

International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences. Int J Pharm Bio Sci 3(4): (B) 865 – 873

Serum ceruloplasmin albumin ratio as a biochemical marker to assist the diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of pulmonary tuberculosis patients

2012-01-06 Maradi R Ramesh Mudaraddi R

Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences. Volume 3, Issue 2; Page No.494-9.

Effect of altered levels of micronutrients on lipid parameters In thyroid dysfunction

2011-01-12 Maradi R Mallick AK Banerjee AK Joshi VR

International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology. Volume: 2: Issue-4: . Page: 235-39.

https://eprints.manipal.edu/view/creators/Maradi=3ARavindra=3A=3A.html

Link for publication details

Correlation of serum high sensitive C-reactive protein and homocysteine levels with Framingham risk score in hypothyroid females

Vaideki B Ravindra Maradi

A STUDY ON EFFECTS OF ACADEMIC STRESS ON VITAL BIOCHEMICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN HEALTHY MEDICAL STUDENTS

Usha Ravindra Maradi

Significance of micronutrients and antioxidants in the outcome of COVID19 patients

Divya Susan Thomas Ravindra Maradi

COMPARISON OF HbA1c VALUES BY IMMUNOTURBIDIMETRIC AND HPLC METHODS

Deepthi D Shetty Ravindra Maradi

Zinc as an auxiliary marker along with Cancer Antigen 125 in ovarian cancer

Nisha Abdul Khader Ravindra Maradi

    “Jaundice & Liver Function Tests”

    Namma TV: Resource person in the Weekly television program “Hello KMC.” - Dr. Ravindra Maradi, Dr. Gopalakrishna Bhat

    “Journey of my blood sample in the laboratory”

    He has written an article in the Udayawani News paper in the Arogyawani section - Dr. Ravindra Maradi, Dr. Vijetha Shenoy