Seema Garg | Medical Hypotheses | Best Researcher Award

Seema Garg | Medical Hypotheses | Best Researcher Award

Dr Seema Garg, University College of Medical Sciences, India

Dr. Seema Garg (b. January 29, 1973) is a distinguished Professor of Biochemistry at the University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital, Delhi, with over 20 years of experience. An ardent advocate for value-based education and ethical research, she specializes in diabetes, thyroid disorders, and metabolic diseases. Dr. Garg has played pivotal roles in various esteemed institutions, including AIIMS Nagpur, where she established the Biochemistry department and managed COVID-19 ward facilities. Her scholarly contributions include 35+ publications and a copyright for the OSLER model in clinical biochemistry. She actively engages in social work and is a member of several professional bodies. πŸ“šπŸ”¬βœ¨

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Education

Dr. Seema Garg currently serves as a Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University College of Medical Sciences and GTB Hospital, Delhi πŸ₯. Holding an MBBS and an MD in Biochemistry from PGIMS, Rohtak πŸŽ“, Dr. Seema Garg has specialized training in Laboratory Quality Management and Internal Audit according to ISO 15189 guidelines πŸ§ͺ. Additionally, Dr. Seema Garg has completed courses in Administrative and Financial Skills, as well as Medical Education Technologies and Curriculum Implementation Support Program πŸ“š. With a strong foundation in both clinical practice and educational methodologies, Dr. Seema Garg is dedicated to advancing medical science and education 🌟.

Experience

Dr. Seema Garg, MD in Biochemistry, boasts over 20 years of distinguished experience across prestigious institutions such as AIIMS Nagpur, Pt BDS, PGIMS Rohtak, and University College of Med Sciences, Delhi. As Head of the Biochemistry department at AIIMS Nagpur, she pioneered its establishment amidst managing Covid Ward facilities during the pandemic. Dr. Garg is deeply committed to medical education, supervising numerous MD theses and advocating for undergraduate research exposure. Her research interests span biomarkers in diabetes, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular diseases, and thyroid disorders, alongside clinical chemistry, nutrition, and oncology. She holds accolades including best poster awards and copyrights, and actively engages in editorial roles, course development, and reviewing for esteemed journals and institutions. πŸ₯

Awards

In 1990, she was honored with a scholarship during my senior secondary education, marking a pivotal moment in my academic journey. Years later, in 2012, she received a prestigious travel grant from UGC to attend an international conference, broadening my global perspectives. The year 2014 brought another achievement as I was recognized for presenting the Best Poster at ACBI, showcasing my dedication to scientific communication. More recently, in 2020, she secured a copyright for the OSLER model, a significant milestone in the field of clinical biochemistry (Copyright no. L-92593/2020 dated 06/07/2020). πŸŽ“ These milestones reflect my ongoing commitment to academic excellence and innovation in my field.

Research focus

Dr. Mehndiratta’s research primarily focuses on obstetrics and gynecology, with a particular interest in maternal health issues such as preterm labor and pregnancy-related complications. His studies often explore biomarkers and physiological factors influencing maternal and fetal outcomes, including vitamin D insufficiency and its implications. Dr. Mehndiratta’s work contributes to understanding and managing conditions like preterm prelabor rupture of membranes (PPROM) in pregnant Indian women. 🀰 His research underscores the importance of proactive healthcare interventions to improve maternal and neonatal health during pregnancy, emphasizing preventive strategies and early detection through biomarker studies.

Hsuan-Wei Liu | Medical Hypotheses | Best Researcher Award

Hsuan-Wei Liu | Medical Hypotheses | Best Researcher Award

Ms Hsuan-Wei Liu, China Medical University, Taiwan

Ms. Hsuan-Wei Liu is a dedicated researcher specializing in orthopedics and geriatrics, focusing on the effects of resistance training with elastic bands on bone mineral density, body composition, and osteosarcopenic obesity in elderly women. Her meta-analysis highlights significant improvements in skeletal health and obesity-related metrics through targeted exercise interventions. Ms. Liu’s work underscores her commitment to advancing knowledge in geriatric orthopedics, aiming to enhance quality of life for aging populations. πŸ“Š

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Research focus

Hsiu-Wei Liu’s research primarily focuses on the impact of resistance training and physical exercise on musculoskeletal health, particularly in elderly populations. Their work includes systematic reviews and meta-analyses on how resistance training, including the use of elastic bands, affects bone mineral density, body composition, and conditions like osteosarcopenic obesity. This indicates a strong emphasis on rehabilitation and preventive care in orthopedics and geriatrics. Liu’s research is crucial for improving the quality of life and functional independence in aging individuals, aligning with the fields of sports science, orthopedics, and gerontology. πŸ‹οΈβ€β™€οΈπŸ¦΄πŸ‘΅πŸ”¬

Publication top notes

Resistance training in patients with total knee arthroplasty: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Effects of resistance training with elastic bands on bone mineral density, body composition, and osteosarcopenic obesity in elderly women: A meta-analysis