Nishanth B Bhat

Selection Grade Lecturer

Department of Microbiology

Qualification: MSc ( Medical Microbiology)

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Nishanth B Bhat conducts theory, practical classes, Self - Directed Learning and Problem Based Learning sessions for the medical and dental programs.
    • He:
    • Teaches MBBS, BDS and Allied health Sciences
    • Coordinates academic timetable & calendar for MBBS Phase I Stage II
    • Schedules lecture, practical, SDL, PBL in the assigned block
    • Is mentor for an assigned group of undergraduate medical students
    • Is faculty advisor for the MMMC student council
    • Coordinator of MMMC Marching Team

 

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Microbiology MBBS Phase I Stage II
Microbiology Second Year BDS
Microbiology Second Year Allied Health Sciences

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MSc (Master of Science) Medical Microbiology Kasturba Medical College, MAHE, Manipal 2004

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal Lecturer Taught MBBS, MSc- Medical Microbiology, and BMLT students , Sports advisor , Cultural coordinator for various programs , Hostel warden. April 2005 - April 2008
Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara, Nepal Assistant Professor Taught MBBS, MSc- Medical Microbiology, and BMLT students , Sports advisor , Cultural co-ordinator for various programs , Hostel warden. April 2008 - June 2009
Kasturba Medical College International Center , Manipal Lecturer Taught Pre- Bsc and BSc in Health sciences January 2010 to January 2012
Kasturba Medical College International Center , Manipal Senior Grade Lecturer Taught Pre- Bsc and BSc in Health sciences , Sports advisor, Cultural coordinator for various programs January 2012 to September 2013
Melaka Manipal Medical College ( Manipal Campus) Senior Grade Lecturer September 2013 to January 2017
Melaka Manipal Medical College ( Manipal Campus) Selection Grade Lecturer January 2017 to till date

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Medical Parasitology and Mycology

Area of Expertise

Medical Microbiology

Area of Research

Evaluation of Antibacterial, Antifungal, Antiviral, Antioxidant and Anticancer activity of phytochemicals.

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  • Life member of Indian Lichenological Society ( ILS)
  • Life Member of Gastrointestinal Infection Society of India (GISI).
     

Evaluation of the properties of a tissue conditioner containing origanum oil as an antifungal additive

2013-01-01 Srivatstava A Ginjupalli K Perampalli NU Bhat N

J Prosthet Dent 2013, October, 110(4); 313-319.

Autopsy discoveries of death from Malaria

2012-01-05 Menezes RG Pant S Kharoshah MA Senthilkumaran S

Leg Med (Tokyo) 2012, May, 14(3):111-5.

Gender, ethnic and food intake differences in the occurrence of overweight in Indian, Nepalese and Srilankan medical students

2011-01-01 B Sathian R Babu J Sreedharan Bhat N

J Epidemiol Community Health 2011, 65 suppl 1 A427.

Cadaveric fungi: not yet an established forensic tool

2009-16-08 Menezes RG Kanchan T Bhat N Lobo SW

Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 2009, August 16 (6): 363.

Phylogenetic variation in flexor digitorum brevis: A Nepalese cadaveric study

2008-01-12 Lobo SW Menezes RG Mamata S Baral P

Nepal Med Coll J 2008, December, 10(4):230-232.

Cadaveric fungi: not yet an established forensic tool

2008-01-02 Menezes RG Kanchan T Lobo SW Jain A

Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine 2008 Feb; 15(2): 124-126,

Ectopic partial intrahepatic gall bladder with cholelithiasis - a rare anomaly

2007-01-01 Lobo SW Menezes RG Mamata S Baral P

Nepal Med Coll J 2007, December 9(4):286-288.

Human embryonic stem cell research and self-evolution

2007-01-10 Menezes RG Kanchan T Bhat N Pant S

Med Hypotheses 2007, October, 69(6):1380.

Unintentional redundant retrospective studies

2007-01-01 Menezes RG Kanchan T Lobo SW Bhat N

Curr Sci 2007, 10 September, 93(5): 596.

Changing trends of antibiotic susceptibility pattern among Vibrio Cholera 01 serovars from sporadic cases in coastal Karnataka, south India.

Ballal M Devadas SM Bhat N

Journal of Gastrointestinal Infections 2014; 4: 51-53.

Serial blood volume estimation in rabbits using trivalent chromium –An exploratory study.

Baby PM Kumar P Kumar R Jacob SS Rawat D VS B Karun KM Bhat NB

MethodsX 2019 May; 6: 1068-1071