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November 11, 2018

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Dr.Brahmareddy Malapati (GOLD MEDAL)

S/O Subbareddy, Naragayapalem (Vill),

Door No 1-101, Vinukonda (Mandal)),Guntur(Dist),

Jalalapalem ( Post) A.P, Pin code:522647, INDIA

+91-915*******,+91-767*******

EMAIL:ac7n03@r.postjobfree.com

Citizenship: Indian

Passport No:-K4169874

CAREER PROFILE :

To obtain a position in Clinical Biochemistry faculty and instruct student in Biochemistry courses according to the policies and guidelines of the college.

An extremely skilled, experienced and professional Clinical Biochemistry Asst.Professor with diverse knowledge of conducting research and teaching chemistry. Seeking a position as Clinical Biochemistry Professor to utilize my skills and proficiency in a well-established educational organization.

MOTIVATION :

An enthusiastic, adaptive and fast-learning person with a broad and acute interest in the discovery of new innovative drugs, I particularly enjoy collaborating with scientists from different disciplines to develop new skills and solve new challenges.

PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS :

Possess 4 years of Total teaching experience in the mentioned field

Possess excellent command over spoken and written English

In-depth knowledge of the concepts, theories and experimentation techniques of Bio Chemistry

Posses excellent teaching and time management skills

Familiar with various experiments in the laboratory

Possess excellent organizational and managerial skills

Ability to generate ideas in a clear and concise way

Goal-oriented, good-motivator and ability to use different teaching methods and techniques

Proven track record of teaching fundamental concepts of chemistry

Ability to handle multiple tasks

CORE COMPETENCIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of subject matter,relevant topics and issues in the teaching discipline

In-depth knowledge of practical chemistry and modes of course delivery adaptable to a variety of learning style

Familiar with the course and teaching standard of undergraduate students

Effective communication, planning, organizational, and interpersonal skills

Ability to explain and demonstrate the essential functions

Knowledge of using current technologies to convey online course content and in the classroom

Advance knowledge of computer applications to source online applications and online learning materials

Punctual with good organizational and time management skills

QUALIFICATION:

Course

Mains

Board/

University

Institute

Marks

Year

Ph.D

Medical Biochemistry

Sumandeep Vidyapeeth

S.B.K.S Medical Institute & Research Centre, Piapria, Waghodiya

-

2013-2017

M.Sc.

(3 yrs)

Medical Biochemistry

Dr.NTR Health University

Mamatha Medical college, Khammam, AP

89%

2008-April

2012

B.Sc.

Micro biologly, Bio Chemistry, Chemistry

Andhra university

Siddartha Degree College, Eluru, AP

62%

2004-2007

Intermediate

Biology,

Physics,

Chemistry,

AP Board of intermediate

Sarada Intermediate College, Narasaraopet, AP

59.2%

2002-2004

S.S.C

Mathematics

Science,

English

Social Studies

AP secondry school Education

Loyal school,Vinukonda, AP

69.43%

2000-2001

EDUCATION :

Graduation: B,sc (Biochemistry, Microbilogy, Chemistry)

Post Graduation (PG): M.Med Sci (Medical Biochemistry)

Gold Medal in PG from NTR Health University, AP, India

PG Thesis: Oxidative stress in Pregnancy Induced hypertension.

Post Graduation (PG): PG diploma Hospital Health Management (PGHHM)

PG Mentor: Dr. M.Vijaya Bhaskar, Prof & HOD, Department of Biochemistry, Mamatha Medical College, Khammam, Telangana, India.

Ph.D: Medical Biochemistry

Ph.D Thesis: Analysis of some biochemical parameters in HIV positive patients.

Ph.D Mentor: Dr Rita M shah, Professor & HOD, Department of Biochemistry, S.B.K.S&RC Medical college, Sumandeep Vidya peeth University, Pipariya, Waghodia, Gujrath, India.

TEACHING :

Supervised and taught MBBS, BDS, BPTH, Vocational, technicians and PG. students, adapting to different scientific levels and backgrounds, stimulating discussion and reflexion.

RELEVANT TEACHING EXPERIENCE :

Organization: SBKS & RC, Sumandeep University, Waghodia, Vadodara, India

Designation: Lecturer in Biochemistry

Duration: 2 1/2 yrs

Responsible for instructing students in introductory, general biochemistry to Ist Year MBBS, BDS,Nursing,BHMS,BAMS, and Allied health Sciences in the all discipline

Perform tasks like generating and providing learning activities to stimulate and enhance student involvement and encourage critical thinking

Assist with registration processes and serves on departmental committees as required

Monitors and performs assessment of the performance of students

Receives as well as responds to voice mails and emails of students

Updates instructional methodologies and maintain competencies in the subject Performs other tasks under the instructions of Dean, Vice President and Chairman 3 years of working in the Clinical Biochemistry laboratory of Dhiraj General Hospital.

Worked to ensure quality assurance of clinical biochemistry investigations, Analysis and interpretation of investigative data.

Worked on fully automated analyser & semi-automated analyser for routine clinical chemistry investigations like liver function tests,

kidney function tests, thyroid function test, lipid profile, biochemical investigations on different fluids etc.

Organization: PIMSR, PARUL UNIVERSITY, Limda, Waghodia, Vadodara, India.

Designation: Asst. Professor

Duration: 1Yrs 6 months

Responsible for planning syllabus content and delivery the course through effective lesson planning

Maintains appropriate tools and equipments for practical work assignments of students

Gathers information and prepares best study materials for the students

Creates students interest by organizing seminars, conferences and special events

Coordinates with teaching faculties in completing the course content in a timely manner

Sets question papers, conducts weekly and monthly tests as well as maintain test result for final result

Assigned the tasks of planning and designing various projects based on Bio chemistry

Handled the tasks of planning, developing and using effective teaching materials as well as methods to assist students in meeting their goals

Reviewed, evaluated and revised program curriculum and teaching techniques through the process of self-evaluation

Handled the tasks of maintaining high standards of competence in teaching methodologies through professional development activities

Participated in setting the goals and objectives of the department as well as planned the strategies for achieving those goals

Handled the tasks of evaluating student performance constructively and provides timely feedback

Responsible for developing and using syllabus along with course information materials for each course, laboratory and clinical settings

Organization: SARASWATHI MEDICAL COLLEGE, LUNCKOW, UNNO, U.P India.

Designation: Asst. Professor

Duration: 6 MONTHS (TILL)

Responsible for planning syllabus content and delivery the course through effective lesson planning

Maintains appropriate tools and equipments for practical work assignments of students

Gathers information and prepares best study materials for the students

Creates students interest by organizing seminars, conferences and special events

Coordinates with teaching faculties in completing the course content in a timely manner

Sets question papers, conducts weekly and monthly tests as well as maintain test result for final result

Assigned the tasks of planning and designing various projects based on Bio chemistry

Reviewed, evaluated and revised program curriculum and teaching techniques through the process of self-evaluation

Handled the tasks of maintaining high standards of competence in teaching methodologies through professional development activities

Responsible for developing and using syllabus along with course information materials for each course, laboratory and clinical settings

COMMUNICATION :

Strong communication/presentation skills: presented data clearly and confidently to both small and large groups, at home or abroad, in English as well as in Hindi, adapting style and content to the level of knowledge and understanding of others. Strong synthesizing, writing, and information technology skills: wrote scientific articles in international peer-reviewed journals, as well as the highly technical replies to the questions raised by the reviewers. Wrote funding application and produced regular progression reports. Developed communication and business awareness. Took the initiative to largely reorganize stock and improve its handling, learned team work, meeting deadlines and doing several works in parallel.

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS :

Coached and collaborated with other scientists, outlining objectives, methodology, and conclusions, actively listening to people and stimulating interest and discussion. Exchanged constructive feedback and support and learned delegating responsibility.

Developed my interpersonal skills at all professional levels: actively participated to staff meetings, met investigators to discuss inclusion and exclusion criteria for new clinical trials, helped design and correct new trials, followed up current trials by visiting, phoning and writing to investigators, helped set up a large investigator meeting.

ADAPTABILITY :

Collaborated and communicated at all professional levels, and with people from diverse origins and cultures. Can work both independently and in team settings. Adapted to living abroad, increased my command of English, learned perseverance and self-motivation.

MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATION SKILLS :

Managed projects and collaborations in parallel with other department in our University, planned work to achieve goals and targets on time, set realistic objectives, developed creative solutions to problems. Attended introductory various courses. Used to seek and critically assess large amounts of information, to define the cause of problems, determine available options and to use my own experience and that of others to move things forward.

RESEARCH SKILLS :

1.Proteomics techniques like MALDI-TO F, LC-MS-MS, 1D and 2D-PAGE, whole gel electro-elution, multi-elution, Western blotting, N-terminal sequencing.

2.Protein purification techniques like gel filtration chromatography, ion-exchange chromatography, affinity chromatography, hydrophobic interaction chromatography etc.

3.Handling of pathogenic (M. tuberculosis) and non-pathogenic cultures.

4.Tissue culture techniques- Maintaining mammalian cell line, generation of bone marrow derived macrophages/dendritic cells etc.

5.Immunological techniques- Generation of hybridoma, generation of bone marrow chimera and adaptive transfer in mice, flow cytometery, LISPOT, cytotoxic T cell assay, ELISA, lymphocyte proliferation assay, estimation of various cytokines, neutrophil activation assay, macrophage activation assay, western immunoblotting, dot blot, raising antibodies, purification of antibodies.

6.Cell biology technique- Con-focal microscopy, Phagosome isolation, microvesicles and nanovesicle (exosomes) isolation etc.

7.Molecular biology techniques – DNA & RNA extraction form animal tissue and cells, Q-PCR etc.

8.Microbiology techniques – Phagocytosis assay, microbial cultures, colony forming units (CFU) enumeration etc.

9.Handling of experimental animals like-Mice and Guinea pigs.

COMPUTER SKILLS :

1.Flow-cytometry data analysis us ing Fow-Jo and WIN-MDI software.

2.Statistical software – SPSS and Sigma Plot.

3.PC applications, MS office, MS DOS, Paint, Adobe Photoshop etc

PAPER PUBLICATIONS :

1.Changes in lipid profile and other biochemical parameters in HIV-1 infected patients. International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health 2014; 3 (4).

2.Serum Zinc & Copper levels in HIV positive patients. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research 2015: 2(4). 265-270.

3.Serum Lipid profile levels in Pregnancy complicated by preeclampsia European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research 2015: 2(4). 357-365.

4.Prevalence of electrolyte disturbances in acute exacerbation of bronchial asthma. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research 2015: 2(4). 562-568.

5.Serum Mangnesium and Vitamin D levels a indicators of Asthma Severity.Pulmonary Medicine,Volume 2016,Article ID 1643717,5 pages.

6.Association of anaemia in Type 2 DM in patients of Dhiraj General Hospital. International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research 2013:4 (6), 410-413.

7.Microalbuminuria: A marker of critically ill patients. Indian Journal of Applied Basic Medical Sciences 2013;15 (21), 48-55.

8. Serum Cholinesterase as a diagnostic marker of Liver Disease. International Journal of Biomedical & Advance Research 2014;5 (9), 441-442.

9. Serum Adenosine Deaminase in patients with Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus and its Relation with Blood Glucose and Glycated Haemoglobin levels. Inernational Journal of Biomedical Research 2014; 5 (9), 556-558.

10.Assessment of Obesity, Overweight and Its Association with the Fast Food Consumption, in Medical Students. 2014; JCDR.8 (5).

11. Prognostic value of serum CRP in Malaria. Inernational Journal of Biomedical & advance research. 2014

Book Publication

Microalbuminuria: a predictor of mortality in critically ill patients. LAP

Lambert Academic Publication, June 2014

CONFERENES, SYMPOSIUMS & PROFESSIONAL TRAINING :

Poster presentation

1.Serum Complement C3 as a cardiovascular risk factor. ACBICON 2012, DELHI

Paper presentation

1. Attitude & Perceptions of faculties towards teaching evidence based medicine to pre - & para clinical medical students. International Conference on evidence based education system, Sumandeep Vidyapeeth Univeristy.

Workshop & Conference attended

1. Annual conference of Association of Clinical Biochemists of India, 40th ACBICON 2013, Delhi

2.Research Methods & statistical analysis workshop, Sumandeep vidyapeeth,Piapria,2013

3.Molecular Techniques as applied for infectious diseases, workshop Mahatma Gandhi Inst. Of Medical science,Wardha,2014

4.CME on Current advances of Therapeutic drug monitoring – By LCMS Mass Spectropmetry, Bhavnagar Medical College, 2013

5.Seeking Accreditation in clinical laboratory, vadodara,20 th March 2014

6.Annual conference of association of clinical biochemists of India, 38th ACBICON 2010, Mumbai

7.Zonal CME for Post Gradutes Unit, Mamatha Medical college,Khammam,24 th July 2011

8.Medical Education unit, 9 April 2011

9.MESBIO, Mamatha Medical college,2011.

10.Mamatha Medicon 2011, A Diabetis Update,15 th Oct 2011

11.Orienatation on Microtecahing, 26th July,2016

12.E –Learning in Medical Education : An Innovative Approach,29th April 2016

13.Thyroid Disorders,4th January,2017

14.Pharmacovigilance:Awareness and Practices,19th December 2014

15.Ethics in Medical Research, 28th june,2016

SPECIALISED TRAINING:

A.Medical education & Learning Point, Mamata Medical College Khammam, from 25 th August to 28th August 2014.

B.Training for operational & Maintenance of fully automated Biochemistry analyzer Erba (Transasia)EM 360& 210 by TRANSASIA at Parul Seva Ashram, Limda Waghodia, Vadodara, Gujarat, India.

C.Accreditation in Clinical Laboratory by BIO-RAD

D.Training Certificate by BECKMAN COULTER Access 2 at Parul Seva Ashram, Limda Waghodia, Vadodara, and Gujarat, India.

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY :

One of my major professional goals is to be an excellent teacher. Being interested to become a college professor I have been teaching in a college in addition to be fully engaged with my research. I believe that my graduate, Post graduate, and PhD in Clinical biochemistry training has given me a broad background in general biology, microbiology, virology, molecular biology, biochemistry, and molecular genetics and I am well prepared to teach in these subject areas. I am also interested in developing a course on clinical molecular virology and a course on its techniques of molecular biology with implications in basic and clinical research. In designing undergraduate courses, I want to expose my students to a wide range of fundamental concepts and up-to-date techniques used in modern biology in relation to clinical biochemistry. In addition, I want them to understand these concepts as part of a larger picture rather than to just memorize individual facts. I would employ a variety of tactics such as asking questions during lectures, use physical or visual demonstration by computers, and connect abstract concepts to practical issues not only to test their understanding but also to incite critical thinking about the subject matter. My formal teaching experiences include general biology courses which include basic biochemistry and molecular biology, plant and animal biology and anatomy and physiology at Indian Medical Schools, I teach class on Clinical Biochemistry, Nutrition, applied techniques in molecular biology under Nucleic acid biochemistry course for graduate student of MBBS, BDS, BPTH, Nursing, BHMS, BAMS, Vocational, Biomedical engineering, Clinical technicians at Mamatha Medical College, SBKS &RC, PIMSR Gujarat India . In addition to my classroom teaching experience, I have trained five graduate, two undergraduate and three high school students in their laboratory research. I have experience in speaking about my own research in several scientific meetings on Clinical Biochemistry. In addition, I always enjoy advising graduate students and fellow docs about research ideas and techniques throughout my research carrier. In conclusion, the goal of my teaching is to expand the ability of students to think critically and scientifically. I believe I will be able to achieve these goals through different ways of effective communication with students. I will use all modern techniques with complete engagement of students in the class.

FUTURE PLANS:

Mainly interested in Teaching, Research work & working in Clinical Biochemistry laboratory. Hence, would like to settle at a reputed University as a teacher and researcher

DECLARATION:

I pledge and pronounce that all the above information is true to best of my knowledge

Yours truly

Dr.BrahmaReddy. Malapati



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