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Central Research Laboratory


Clinicians, Academicians and Researchers should know about joy of conducting a good quality research with pure aim of helping mankind. SBHGMC provides a well equipped central research laboratory to promote skills, attitude and research knowledge to facilatite this instrests. Active participation of each department helps in organising various research projects. ICMR projects are conducted here which has contributed significantly in medical research.

Central Research Laboratory Committee
S. No Name Designation
1 Dean
S.B.H.Govt Medical College, Dhule.
President
2 Head of Department
Dept. of Pathology
Member
3 Head of Department
Dept. of Pharmacology
Member
4 Head of Department
Dept. of Microbiology
Member
5 Head of Department
Dept. of Biochemestry
Member
6 Head of Department
Dept. of Gynaecology
Member
7 Head of Department
Dept. of Sugery and Allied
Member
8 Head of Department
Dept. of Medicine and Allied
Member
9 Head of Department
Dept. of Community Medicine
Member

Facilities
S. No Name of Equipment/Instrument Tests / Investigations
1 Genexpert Machine
Mico
2 Fluorescent Microscope
Mico
3 HPLC Machine
Mico
4 Electrolyte Analyzer
5 Semi-Auto Analyzer
Biochemistry
6 Medspiror Spirometer
Physiology
7 Medspiror Spirometer
Physiology
8 PH Meter
Micro
9 Incubator
Micro
10 Water Bath
Micro
11 co2 Incubator
Micro

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List of Ongoing Research Projects

1)  Rapid detection of Mycobecterium tuberculosis by Genexpert
2)  Trends in MDR tuberculosis
3)  Early diagnosis of HIV in infants using dried blood spot
4)  Study of Laboratory parameters in clinically suspected dengue cases
5)  Association of CD4 count with opportunistic infections in HIV positive patients
6)  Swine flu diagnosis in ARDS patients
7)  Study of basal physiological parameters of 10th standard students in Dhule
8)  Case report & family study of Hemoglobin E Beta + thalasemia
9)  Sectrum of Hemoglobinopathies diagnosed by HPLC high prevalence area
10)  Hemoglobin pattern in sickle cell hemoglobinopathies