Asha Patil

Assistant Professor- Selection Grade

Department of Medical Laboratory Technology

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Asha Patil is Assistant Professor- Selection Grade in the Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, MCHP, Manipal. 

     

    She is:

    • Class coordinator - V & VI sem BSc MLT 
    • Web Author for MCHP
    • Deputy Technical Manager  at Hematology and Clinical Pathology Laboratory 
    • Certificate course coordinator - Laboratory Quality Management
    • Guides UG and PG project

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
General Microbiology MSc MLT
Virology and Parasitology MSc MLT
Hematology and Clinical Pathology MSc MLT
Quality Management and Automation IV sem BSc MLT
Hematological disorder IV sem BSc MLT
Basic Hematology and Clinical Pathology III sem BSC MLT
Biomedical Instrumentation Technique II semester BSc MLT
ICS II ,V and VI sem BSC MLT

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MSc MLT Microbiology Manipal College of Allied Health Sciences, Manipal 2010
BSc MLT MAHE 2004

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, MCHP, Manipal Assistant Professor- Selection Grade January 2017 till date
Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, SOAHS Manipal Assistant Professor- Senior Scale January 2014 - January 2017
Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, SOAHS Manipal Assistant Professor 2012 - 2014
Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, SOAHS Manipal Lecturer 2011 - 2012
Hematology and Clinical Pathology Laboratory, Kasturba Hospital, Manipal Medical Laboratory Technician 1998 - 2010

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Microbiology, Immunology , Hematology.

Area of Expertise

Hematology and microbiology

Area of Research

Immunology and immunopathology

Assessment of Pre-analytical Errors in Clinical Laboratory at a Tertiary Care Hospital of Southern India

2019-01-06 Quality Asha Patil Saleena Ummer Velladath Anju M Kiran Chawla Mridula Madiyal Mamatha Thejaswini Prabhu

http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/154222

Internal Quality Control for Urea and Creatinine in Cobas 6000 Analysers Using Serum Sample

2019-01-05 Quality Control Saritha Kamath U Asha Patil Nalini B Naveen Bappanadu Pynshailang Mawlong Banlamphrang Jyrwa

http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/153955

Evaluation of Hematological and Biochemical Parameters in Dengue

June 2019 Laboratory Kusumakshi Asha Patil Ramya Shetty Shaila D’Souza Deepak Nayak M

http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/154033

Leucoagglutination in vitro

2013-04-02 Hematology Deepak Nayak M Rachana Dhakal

http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/139178

Internal quality control of erythrocyte sedimentation rate with patient blood sample

2013-01-03 Hematology Deepak Nayak M Sushma V Belurkar

Validation of an erythrocyte sedimentation rate analyser with modified Westergren method

2013-21-01 Deepak Nayak M Sushma V Belurkar Seemitr Verma

Comparison of photo-optical and mechanical methods for prothrombin time test

2013-01-09 Nayak DM Manohar C Saroja

Can ESR be a diagnostic marker for assessing the severityof malarial infection? A retrospective study.

2019-11-01 Gunavathi AshaPatil VivekRaghavaM VivekRaghavaM

To assess the frequency of the positive antinuclear antibody (ANA) in suspected autoimmune disorders

2017-01-08 Chaitra Deepa Asha Patil

Guide

Assessment of Pre-analytical Errors in Clinical Laboratory at a Tertiary Care Hospital

2016-01-08 Mamatha Thejaswini Prabhu AshaPatil DrSaleenaUmmer

Study on Pre-analytical Quality Indicator in Clinical Laboratory

2016-01-08 Reshma G S Shifani Edline D’Souza Saritha Kamath U AshaPatil

AUTOMATION: NEW TOOLS FOR DIAGNOSIS OF MALARIA

2015-30-04 Karthik Kamath Dr. Deepak Nayak M

To find the VCS pattern in malaria infection and to identify the variation in total WBC and platelet count in malarial patients.

ESR a diagnostic marker for assessing the severity of malarial infection.

2019 Aug Asha Patil Vivek Raghavan Gunavathi Kunder

http://eprints.manipal.edu/id/eprint/154631.

The Antibacterial activity of honey against bacteria isolated from wound infections

Shida Dhar Asha Patil

Guide

Comparison of bacterial contaminants in public water distribution systems and bore well in the urban area of Udupi Taluk

01-06-2019 Chaitra Suvarna Asha Patil

Guide

Five years Trend analysis of Malaria Prevalence in Tertiary care hospital; a retrospective study

01-06-2019 Archana Denika Veena AshaPatil