The Dermatology Department at our private medical university is a leading center of excellence in skin health and care. With a team of highly skilled dermatologists and specialists, we offer comprehensive diagnostic, therapeutic, and cosmetic services. Our department is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and advanced treatment modalities, ensuring accurate diagnoses and effective management of various skin conditions. From common skin disorders to complex dermatological diseases, our expert physicians provide personalized care and tailor treatment plans to meet the unique needs of each patient. We prioritize patient education and awareness, promoting preventive measures and emphasizing the importance of maintaining healthy skin. With a commitment to innovation and research, we strive to advance the field of dermatology and deliver the highest standard of care to our patients.
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Plan Going Forward:
As a department within a university, a dermatology department's thrust areas may vary based on the university's mission and goals. However, some possible thrust areas for a dermatology department at a university include:
Education and Training:
The department focuses on providing quality education and training to medical students, residents, and fellows. This includes incorporating innovative teaching methods, providing hands-on clinical training, and incorporating the latest research findings into the curriculum.
Dermatology department have a focus on conducting clinical research to advance the understanding and treatment of dermatological conditions. This involves collaborations with other departments and institutions to conduct large-scale research studies.
The department focuses on outreach efforts to promote awareness of dermatological conditions and preventive measures among the general public. This includes organizing community health camps, conducting health education sessions, providing free or low-cost dermatological care to underserved populations, and commemorating international days like World Leprosy Day, World Vitiligo Day, World Rare Disease Day, etc.
Innovation and Technology:
With the advancements in technology and the development of new treatment modalities, the department focuses on developing innovative treatment options and diagnostic tools for dermatological conditions, as well as telemedicine. This involves collaborations with engineering or computer science departments within the university.
The department focuses on providing multidisciplinary care by collaborating with other departments within the university, such as oncology, plastic surgery, or rheumatology, to provide comprehensive care for patients with complex dermatological conditions.
|S. No||NAME OF THE FACULTY||DESIGNATION|
|1||DR. V. K. GARG||PROFESSOR & HOD|
|2||DR. SAMEER MISHRA||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|3||DR. NAVNEET DEV||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|4||DR. GULSHANT PANESAR||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|5||DR. SRISHTI AGRAWAL||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|6||DR. SONALI SAXENA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|7||DR. TARUNA GUPTA||SENIOR RESIDENT|
|8||DR. KAILASH KUMAR JHA||SENIOR RESIDENT|
|9||DR. MEHAK GUPTA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|10||Dr. SAEMA NIZAM||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|11||DR. GARGI GAIKWAD||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|12||Dr. NIKHIL SHARMA||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|13||DR. SANIA KHAN||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
|14||DR. AMRIT PANT||JUNIOR RESIDENT|
The dermatology department provides a range of facilities and services that support teaching, research, and clinical practice. Some of the facilities that are typically provided by a dermatology department at a university include:
Have outpatient clinics that provide medical and surgical treatments for a range of skin conditions. These clinics may also offer cosmetic services such as laser treatments, chemical peels, and injectables.
University dermatology departments may also provide inpatient services for patients who require hospitalization for skin-related conditions.
Dermatology departments have research laboratories that are dedicated to investigating the underlying causes of skin diseases and developing new treatments. These labs often have state-of-the-art equipment for analyzing skin samples and conducting experiments.
Dermatology departments also provide educational resources for medical students, residents, and other healthcare professionals. These may include textbooks, online learning resources, and hands-on training sessions.
The dermatology department conducts clinical trials to test new treatments or drugs for skin conditions. These trials offer patients the opportunity to receive cutting-edge treatments that may not be available elsewhere.
Continuing Medical Education:
The dermatology department may also offer continuing medical education (CME) courses for practicing dermatologists and other healthcare professionals. These courses help healthcare professionals stay up-to-date on the latest treatments and technologies in the field of dermatology.
The Department celebrates and organizes commemorative days and events:
World Urticaria Day (Oct’ 20) – CME on “Current management of Urticaria”
World Psoriasis Day (Oct’ 20) – CME on “Psoriasis: Be Informed” and free psoriasis camp
World Vitiligo Day 2021 (Jun’ 21) – Online CME on” Vitiligo: Clinical and Social Aspects”
World Atopic Eczema Day 2021 (Sept’ 21) – Online CME on “Unite for Atopic Eczema”
World Urticaria Day 2021 (Oct’ 21) – Online CME
World Psoriasis Day 2021 (Oct’ 21) – Online CME
World Leprosy Day 2022 (Jan’ 22) – Online CME & awareness program
World Rare Disease Day 2022 (Feb’ 22) – Online CME & awareness program
World skin health day 2022 (Apr’ 22) – Online CME & awareness program
World Vitiligo Day 2022 (Jun’ 22) – Online CME: “Empowering people with Vitiligo”
World Atopic Eczema Day (Sept’ 22) – Online CME: “Unite for Atopic Eczema”
World Urticaria Day (Oct’ 22) – Online CME: “Better Quality of Life”