Ranganath Vallabhajosyula


Associate Professor Dr. Ranganath Vallabhajosyula

Associate Professor Dr. Ranganath Vallabhajosyula Dr. Ranganath Vallabhajosyula

Associate Professor

MSc, PhD, FAGE
Email: ranganath@perdanauniversity.edu.my


Dr Ranganath Vallabhajosyula is an Anatomist, has been in academic teaching and research since 2001, holding a PhD in Anatomy. His fervent academic and research activities ascribed him with more than 30 scientific publications in peer reviewed national and international journals. About 70 academic presentations are credited for him in international, national congress. His area of research includes neuroscience with genesis of sub-ventricular neurons of amygdala and hippocampus, glio-endothelio genesis in frontal lobe in depressive model, medical education and clinical genetics of infertility with current research on familial microRNA polymorphism in endometeriosis.

Dr Ranganath, with a high level experience in teaching technologies has taught in premier institutes – Manipal University, St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences, NTR university of Health Sciences in India and Newcastle University in Malaysia with a decent hold on traditional, problem based, case based integrated curricular setup. He has always been rated at

2. Gayathri P and Ranganath V. Digit length displays a significant fraction in stature estimation – A study from costal region of South India. Int. J. Anat and Res, 2014; 2(2): 336-39.

3. Manjunath V Motagi, Vallabhajosyula Ranganath. Morphometric analysis of superior articular facets of atlas vertebra and its clinical implications in ergonomics of atlanto-occipital joints. J Clin diag Res, 2013; 7(12): 2674-76.

4. Smitha JSM, Ranganath V, Chandrasekar Sagar BK, Bindu M Kutty, Andrade C, Roopa R. Electroconvulsive shock (ECS) induced in dendritic length modification as indicator of neuroplasticity. Ind. J Basic and App Med Sci, 2013, 3;1:1-5.

5. Nachiket Shankar and Ranganath Vallabhajosyula. Pre and post lecture test scores for assessment of short term effectiveness of didactic lectures in anatomy and as a predictor for performance in summative evaluation. SEAJMED 2012, 6; 1:33-8.

1. Ranganath Vallabhajosyula, Sayee Rajangam, Lalitha C. Association of parental origin with clinical profile in Klinefelter syndrome. J Clin diag Res, 2015; 9(3): GC-01-03.

2. Gayathri P and Ranganath V. Digit length displays a significant fraction in stature estimation – A study from costal region of South India. Int. J. Anat and Res, 2014; 2(2): 336-39.

3. Manjunath V Motagi, Vallabhajosyula Ranganath. Morphometric analysis of superior articular facets of atlas vertebra and its clinical implications in ergonomics of atlanto-occipital joints. J Clin diag Res, 2013; 7(12): 2674-76.

4. Smitha JSM, Ranganath V, Chandrasekar Sagar BK, Bindu M Kutty, Andrade C, Roopa R. Electroconvulsive shock (ECS) induced in dendritic length modification as indicator of neuroplasticity. Ind. J Basic and App Med Sci, 2013, 3;1:1-5.

5. Nachiket Shankar and Ranganath Vallabhajosyula. Pre and post lecture test scores for assessment of short term effectiveness of didactic lectures in anatomy and as a predictor for performance in summative evaluation. SEAJMED 2012, 6; 1:33-8.

Dr Ranganath current research includes:

1. FSH gene receptor polymorphism in the aetiology of primary amenorrhea
2. Endotheliogenesis in frontal lobe of 6ECT depressive model Wistar rats
3. Radiological anatomy teaching in early medical years
4. Evaluation of pre and post – tests associations in formative and summative assessments.