Jyoti Prakash Pani
Chair, Division of Adult and Geriatric Health
Department of Cardiology
UNION OF INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS (UIA)
Dr Jyoti Prakash Pani has secured M.Sc. Medical Anatomy degree from M.G.M. Medical College Kamothe Navi Mumbai India from Department of Anatomy. And complete PhD Medical Anatomy from Department of Anatomy Institute of Medical Sciences Banaras Hindu University of Varanasi with securing 64.33% in course work examination. His career goal is to achieve post doctoral fellowship. His research interest is in proteonomics, DNA isolation, karyotyping, FISH, COMET assay to evaluate nuclear teratogenicity. My background is subject Medical Anatomy. He doesn’t have faced any major irregularities in my Professional life. Prakash Pani special abilities are hardworking, trustworthy, sincere researcher my special abilities are histology, con focal microscopy and transmission electron microscopy. He got 2 times best paper award in 61th Uttarpradesh chapter Anatomical Society of India conference held in Muzapharnagar and 19th World congress of clinical nutrition conference held in Preventive and Social Medicine Department IMS BHU Varanasi UP. Pani Major Achievement is my abstract was accepted in 7th International Symposium of Clinical and Applied Anatomy Bratislava Slovakia of Central Europe and it was published in Revista de Clinica Anatomica. He has 11 international scholarity publications in IOSR-JDMS, IOSR-PHR, Journal of Evolutionary Dental and Medical Sciences, International Journal of Therapeutic Application, World journal of pharmaceutical research, Odisha journal of social science, Med Crave & OA Text HCE journal, 3 book chapters and one full embryology mcq book published in my name with 5 citations. My research gate scoring is now presently 6,42. My professional history is very smooth and sound. He also qualified in basic and special course of medical education and training and almost 2 years successfully become Lecturer in Anatomy.
Dr. Pani research interest upon SNPs and molecular mechanisms involved in chemotherapy-induced toxicity.he has a strong desire to do research on SNPs and molecular mechanisms involved in chemotherapy-induced toxicity. Exactly he wants to see the effect of SNPs and molecular mechanisms involved in chemotherapy-induced toxicity. Hope he may get a grand success in my research.