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Dr. Anshu Gupta

Professor, Central Laboratory

4.5 out of 5

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Department Central Laboratory
Languange English ,Hindi
Designation Professor
Specialization Pathology

About

Incharge - Histopathology section

  •  MBBS 
  •   MD     

Professor

 

Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College, New Delhi

Jan2018-Jan 2021

3yrs

Associate Professor &HOD

Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College, New Delhi

April 2015 – Jan2018

2yrs,10m

Professor

Saraswathi institute of Medical Sciences, Hapur

Oct2013 –  Jan20 15

1year 3 m 

 

Associate Professor

Saraswathi institute of Medical Sciences, Hapur.

 

 

July 2011 – Sept.2013

 

 

2years +2m

 

 

Associate Professor

Rama Medical College & Hospital, Kanpur

April 2010- May 2011

 

1year1 m

Assistant Professor

Rama Medical College & Hospital, Kanpur

April 2009- Mar 2010

 

11 m

Assistant Professor

Kesar Sal Medical College & Hospital, Ahmedabad

Jan 2005- Mar 2009

 

4 years and 2 m

Senior Resident

R.B.T.B. Hospital, King’s way camp. Delhi

Apr 2003- July 2004

 

1year and 3 m

MD Resident

S.N. Medical College & Hospital, Agra

 

Aug 1999- Aug 2002

 

3 Years

  • Was Curriculum committee member and Co-convener of Medical education unit
  • Resource faculty for conduction of CISP workshop and Revised basic medical education workshop
  • Key person in implementing COMPETENCY BASED MEDICAL EDUCATION.
  • External and internal examiner for MBBS undergraduate examinations  
  • Indian association of pathology and microbiology
  • Gupta A, Singhal M, Kalhan S, Gupta A. Cytomorphologic significance of marginal vacuoles in diffuse thyroid enlargements. Journal of cytology. 2013;30:125- 9
  • Gupta A, Sharma S, Kalhan S, Gupta A. Diagnostic role of marginal vacuoles in FNAC of solitary thyroid nodules . Journal of clinical diagnosis and research. 2013; 7 :284-6
  • Sharma S, Kalhan S, Gupta A, Sharma P.A study of biochemical and morphological changes in the liver in renal transplant recipients with evidence of HBV and HCV infection. Journal of clinical diagnosis and research. 2013; 7 :79-81
  • Gupta A. Analysis of cytological spectrum of PAP smears in a tertiary care centre, in a rural setting of North India .EJBPS.2016;3:232-33
  • Singhal M, Gupta A, Kalhan S, Singhal O. Study of morphological changes in endometrium in cases of abnormal uterine bleeding and it's correlation with age,clinical diagnosis and bleeding pattern .Indian Journal of forensic medicine and toxicology. 2012;16:103-7
  • Gupta A, Kalhan S, Singhal M, Singhal O. Isolated renal hydatid cyst mimicking renal cell carcinoma; A diagnostic Dilemma. Journal of clinical diagnosis and research. 2012;16:890-92
  • Gupta A, Agarwal S, Khare P, Monica Ahuja M. Diffuse follicular variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma “A challenging diagnostic entity”. NJLM. 2016; 5:04-06
  • Sharma S, Gupta A, Sarda N. Malignant transformation of mature cystic teratoma ovary – A rare  occurrence. GJRA.2018;7:42-43
  • Gupta A, Khatri A, Paitri K. Colloid carcinoma of  Gall Bladder – Incidental finding of a rare entity. Recent Advances in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.2018;4:11-13
  • Gupta A, Deewan K, Dhankar V. Cardiac Micrometastasis of Maxillary Squamous Cell Carcinoma : A rare post mortem finding. Clinical care investigation journal (accepted for publication)
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