Dr. Sriranjini S. Jaideep
Clinical Registrar

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Dr. T. K. Girijakumari
Asst. Director, Clinical Operations
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Dr Swetha S. Suvarna
Clinical Registrar
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Dr. Sriranjini S. Jaideep
Clinical Registrar

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Dr. Sriranjini S. Jaideep has specialized in Kayachikitsa (Internal medicine) branch of Ayurveda. She also holds a PhD from the esteemed NIMHANS, Bangalore.

Being a clinician researcher, I have a passion for understanding and interpreting the concepts of Ayurveda with contemporary scientific tools that can immensely benefit Ayurveda fraternity and humanity in general. Undergoing training in Ayurveda and research from the best University-colleges has enriched my knowledge and skills. My endeavor is to make Ayurveda a significant part of mainstream healthcare in India by generating evidence of its preventive, promotive and curative benefits.

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Jaideep Sitaram Sriranjini, Kumar Sandhya, Vernekar Sanjeeva Mamta; (2015); Ayurveda and Botanical Drugs for Epilepsy: current evidence and future prospects; Epilepsy and Behaviour; Article under review
  2. Meghana Adoor, Sriranjini SJ, Sathyaprabha TN, Sanjib Sinha, Prathyusha PV, Satishchandra P; (2015); Autonomic function in reflex and non-reflex epilepsy – An exploratory study; Acta Neurologica Scandinavica; Article under review
  3. Vijayaraghavan L, Sriranjini JS; (2015); Meeting report: Ayurveda group deliberations at 22nd Annual Cochrane Colloquium 2014, J Ayurveda Integr Med. Jan-Mar;6(1):68-70
  4. Jaideep SS, Nagaraja D, Pal PK, Sudhakara D, Sathyaprabha TN; (2014); Modulation of cardiac autonomic dysfunction in ischemic stroke following Ayurveda (Indian system of medicine) treatment; Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. Epub 2014 May 26
  5. Sriranjini JS, Naresh Shetty, GG Gangadharan, CK Murthy; (2013); Conference report: Samyukti 2013; J Ayurveda Integr Med. Oct;4(4):251-2
  6. Sriranjini JS; (2013); Conference report: Insight Ayurveda; J Ayurveda Integr Med.; Apr;4(2):126-7.
  7. Shruthi C, Sriranjini SJ, Vivek Sanker MK, Hankey A, Gangadharan GG; (2013); Effectiveness of an Integrative whole system approach to the treatment of gridhrasi (sciatica) – an observational study; Ancient Science of Life Musculoskeletal Diseases 1(1): 15-21.
  8. Prashantha DK, Sriranjini SJ, Sathyaprabha TN, Nagaraja D, Pal PK; (2013); Evaluation of the Motor cortical excitability changes after ischemic stroke; Ann Indian Acad Neurol.; Jul;16(3):394-7
  9. Sriranjini SJ, Mohan G, Datta K, Pal PK, Sathyaprabha TN; (2011); Effect of a single dose of standard levodopa on cardiac autonomic function in Parkinson’s disease; Neurol India; Sep-Oct;59(5):659-63
  10. Sriranjini SJ, Pal PK, Krishna N, Sathyaprabha TN; (2010); Subclinical pulmonary dysfunction in spinocerebellar ataxias 1, 2 and 3; Acta Neurologica Scandinavica Nov; 122(5):323-8
  11. Sriranjini SJ, Pal PK, Devidas KV, Ganpathy S; (2009); Improvement of balance in progressive degenerative cerebellar ataxias after Ayurvedic therapy: A preliminary report; Neurology India; Mar-Apr;57(2):166-71
  12. Abstracts
  13. Ashwini VK, Mathur A, Sriranjini SJ, Tillu G, Vinay M, Vivek Sanker MK; (2013); The CONsolidated Standards Of Reporting Trials In Ayurveda (CONSORTIA); Insight Ayurveda, Coimbatore, India.
  14. Shruthi C, Sriranjini SJ, Alex Hankey, Vivek Sanker MK, Gangadharan GG; (2012); Effectiveness of an integrative whole system approach to the treatment of gridhrasi – An observational study; World Ayurveda Congress, Bhopal, India
  15. Ashwini VK, Mathur A, Sriranjini SJ, Tillu G, Vinay M, Vivek Sanker MK; (2012); Developing Standards for Ayurveda Clinical Trials; Editor’s Conclave, World Ayurveda Congress, Bhopal, India
  16. Vinay M, Mathur A, Ashwini VK, Sriranjini SJ, Tillu G, VivekSanker MK; (2012); Ethics, Science and Transparency in Ayurveda Clinical Trials; Biennial International Conference on New Developments in Drug Discovery from Natural Products and Traditional Medicines, Mohali, India
  17. Reena M, Sriranjini SJ, Vivek Sanker MK, Gangadharan GG, Padma Venkat K; (2012) A model for conducting ‘knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) survey’ to document Ayurveda practice;, Global Ayurveda Fest, Trivandrum, India
  18. Shruthi C, Sriranjini SJ, Vivek Sanker MK, Gangadharan GG (2012); Assessment of the effectiveness of integrative whole system treatment approach in the management of Gridhrasi – an observational study; Global Ayurveda Fest, Trivandrum, India
  19. Sriranjini SJ, Prashantha DK, Sathyaprabha TN, Nagaraja D, Pal PK, Lavekar GS, Raju TR; Motor cortical excitability changes after ischemic stroke; (2011); World Congress of Neurology, Morocco, Africa
  20. Sriranjini SJ, Sathyaprabha TN, Nagaraja D, Pal PK, Lavekar GS, Raju TR; (2011); Modulation of cardiac autonomic activity in ischemic stroke following Ayurveda (Indian system of medicine) treatment; Indian Academy of Neuroscience, New Delhi, India
  21. Sriranjini SJ, Sathyaprabha TN, Nagaraja D, Pal PK, Lavekar GS, Raju TR; (2010); Effect of Ayurveda therapies on motor recovery in pakshaghata; World Ayurveda Congress, Bangalore, India
  22. Sriranjini SJ, Sathyaprabha TN, Nagaraja D, Pal PK, Raju TR, Sudhakar D; (2010); Cardiac autonomic modulation after Ayurveda treatment in stroke (pakshaghata); Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, San Diego, US
  23. Ravikiran K, Sujan MU, Nalini A, Sriranjini SJ, Sajish C, Bindu K, Raju TR, Sathyaprabha TN; (2010); Characterization of cardiac autonomic dysfunction in female migraineurs; The European Headache and Migraine Trust International Congress, Nice, France
  24. Sujan MU, Ravikiran Kisan, Nalini A, Raghavendra Rao, Sriranjini SJ, Sajish C, Raju TR, Sathyaprabha TN; (2010); Effect of Yoga Therapy on Migraine: A Clinical and Cardiac Autonomic Function Study; The European Headache and Migraine Trust International Congress, Nice, France
  25. Sriranjini SJ, Sathyaprabha TN, Nagaraja D, Pal PK, Lavekar GS, Raju TR; (2010); Effect of Ayurveda (Indian system of medicine) treatment on cardiac autonomic dysfunction in stroke (pakshaghata): an electrophysiological assessment; 7th World Stroke Congress, Seoul, Korea
  26. Sathyaprabha TN, Mohan G, Pal PK, Gupta A, Sriranjini SJ, Sajish C, Raju TR; (2010); Effect of Partial Weight Supported Treadmill Gait training on cardio autonomic modulation in patients with Parkinson’s Disease; The MDS 14th International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  27. Sriranjini SJ, Mohan G, Pal PK, Sathyaprabha TN; (2009); Effect of Levodopa on Heart rate variability in Parkinson’s disease; The MDS 13th International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, Paris, France
  28. Sriranjini SJ; (2007); Concept of Sharira in Ayurveda; International seminar on Ego, Embodiment and the Sensory-Motor System: A Workshop Towards a Creative Interface between Indian Philosophy, Cognitive Science and Phenomenology, Bangalore, India
  29. Sriranjini S, Prasanna BV, Niranjan Rao; (2002); Role of Mustadi Rajayapana Basti as a Rasayana in Multiple Sclerosis; Third International Seminar on Ayurveda, Gujarat, India
  30. Book chapters
  31. Sriranjini SJ, Deepika K, Rukmani MR, Raju TR, Sathyaprabha TN; (2013); Assessment of Heart rate variability; Current physiological techniques from basic to applied aspects; Edited by Shankaranarayana Rao BS, Sathyaprabha TN, Laxmi TR, Kutty BM, Raju TR
  32. Sriranjini SJ, Meghana A, Raju TR, Sathyaprabha TN; (2013); Analysis of blood pressure – blood pressure variability and baroreflex sensitivity; Current physiological techniques from basic to applied aspects; Edited by Shankaranarayana Rao BS, Sathyaprabha TN, Laxmi TR, Kutty BM, Raju TR
  33. General articles
  34. Reena M, Sriranjini SJ; (2012); Menopause- Ayurveda can help; Amruth; April; Vol 8, Iss 2.

PARTICIPATIONS

  1. Workshop on Introduction to Survival Analysis conducted by Indian Association for Statistics in Clinical Trials (IASCT), Bangalore, June 2013
  2. Workshop cum Training programme on Data Management and Biostatistics using SPSS Statistical Software at National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bangalore, December 2008
  3. Society for Neuroscience – Bangalore chapter workshop on ‘Nextgen Research & Teaching tools: The Labtutor & Labchart revolution in cardiorespiratory physiology’ conducted by AD Instruments, Australia at NIMHANS, Bangalore, September 2008
  4. Care, Breeding and Management of Laboratory Animals conducted by Central Animal Research Facility, NIMHANS, Bangalore, June 2007
  5. DST sponsored National Sleep Medicine Course (NSMC 2007) and Third National Conference for Sleep Research (ISSR 2007) at NIMHANS, Bangalore, December 2007
  6. First International Congress on Ayurvedic concepts and Treatment of Neurological Disorders Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara college of Ayurveda, Udupi, January 2002
  7. World Ayurveda Congress at Kochi, Kerala, November 2002
  8. Fourth National Conference of Association of Anaesthetists of Indian Medicine at SDM College Ayurveda, Udupi, November 2000
  9. Organising Committee member, ‘Current Research in Ayurveda’ conducted as part of Golden Jubilee Celebrations of Sri Jayachamarajendra Institute of Indian Medicine, Bangalore, January 1999

RESOURCE PERSON

  1. Workshop on “Avenues Ahead – Research as a career for Ayurveda Vaidya”, Silver jubilee of Ayurveda Research Centre, Department of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India, March 2015
  2. Workshop on Research methodology, Biostatistics and Scientific writing for Ayurveda faculty, Institute of Transdisciplinary Health Sciences and Technology, Bangalore, India, August 2014
  3. Pre-conference workshop on Creating awareness regarding Scientific writing in Ayurveda, Global Ayurveda Fest, Kerala, India, February 2014
  4. DST sponsored pre-conference workshop on Comprehensive multiparametric evaluation of autonomic functions, Bangalore, India, November 2013
  5. CME Programme for Ayurveda Medical officers and Reorientation training program on Etio-Pathology of Pakshaghat (Hemiplegia/Paraplegia), Ahmedabad, Gujarat, March 2011
  6. Instructor, Intensive course on Applied Ayurveda conducted by Ayurvedic Academy, Seattle, USA, as part of Global Holistic Health Summit at Bangalore, Karnataka, December 2003

DISSERTATION AND THESIS

  1. Effect of Ayurvedic Therapies on Motor Recovery in Pakshaghata (Stroke) – A Clinical and Electrophysiological Assessment under the Guidance of Dr. Sathyaprabha TN and Co-guidance of Dr. D Nagaraja, Dr. Pramod Kumar Pal and Dr. GS Lavekar; Ph.D Thesis, Department of Neurophysiology, NIMHANS, 2012.
  2. Dissertation entitled Management of Parinama sula with Pathyadi churna and Khandamalaka yoga in Parinama shula – A comparative study under the Guidance of Dr. B V Prasanna and Co-guidance of Dr. Niranjan Rao; Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore in partial fulfillment of Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Kayachikitsa, 2003.

  TEACHING ACTIVITIES

  1. 2011 – 2014
  2. Theory classes on Ayurveda and clinical case demonstration for allied medical practitioners at I-AIM
  3. 2007 – 2011
  4. Teaching classes on anatomy and physiology of Nervous system for psychology, psychiatry and neuroscience students and trainees
  5. Teaching classes on Autonomic function tests for psychology, psychiatry and neuroscience students and trainees
  6. 2004 – 2006
  7. Lecturer, Department of Kayachikitsa, Sri Ramakrishna Ayurvedic Medical College, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

  1. 2014 onwards
  2. Independently handling OP and IP responsibilities at MSR Indic Center for Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, Bangalore
  3. 2011 – 2014
  4. Independently handled OP and IP responsibilities at I-AIM Healthcare Center, Bangalore
  5. 2007 – 2011
  6. Trained in neurological examination and usage of various neurological rating scales.
  7. Independently handled patients under the CCRAS project entitled ‘Efficacy of Ayurvedic treatment for motor weakness due to Ischemic stroke – a prospective, randomized, controlled study’
  8. 2004 – 2006
  9. Physician, Department of Kayachikitsa, Sri Ramakrishna Ayurvedic Medical College, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore
  10. Consultant, The Sadvaidyasala clinic and Panchakarma center, Bangalore

SKILLS

  1. Clinical skills
  2. In depth knowledge of diagnosis and therapeutic administration of various Ayurvedic therapies and formulations for diseases in the gamut of Kayachikitsa (Internal medicine)
  3. Proficiency in understanding contemporary biomedicine diagnostic tools
  4. Proficiency in conducting and analyzing ECG, Spirometry etc.
  5. Proficiency in administering various contemporary clinical rating scales
  6. Adept knowledge in conducting and analyzing Autonomic function tests with special emphasis on cardiac autonomic function tests including time and frequency domain analysis of heart rate variability, blood pressure variability and baroreflex sensitivity
  7. Operational knowledge of Transcranial magnetic stimulation
  8. Research skills
  9. Certified in Care, Breeding and Management of laboratory Animals under Central Animal Research Facility, NIMHANS (Deemed University), Bangalore.
  10. Certified in Basics of Electricity and Bio-Medical Electronics, Department of Neurophysiology, NIMHANS (Deemed University), Bangalore.
  11. Certified in research methodology with ability to independently draft manuscripts and prepare bibliographic databases including Reference manager
  12. Certified in biostatistics with independent ability to use various research softwares including MS-Excel, Statistical package for social sciences (SPSS) and Prism Graphpad
  13. Operational knowledge of various Microsoft office tools including word, excel, powerpoint
  14. In depth knowledge of using various Internet databases like Pubmed, Cochrane, Ovid, Science direct etc.
  15. Certified GCP-ICH, MS Ramaiah Center for Advanced Research, Bangalore
  16. Certified ISO 9001 Internal Auditor, I-AIM, Bangalore
  17. Teaching skills
  18. Handling theory and practical classes in Roganidana (pathophysiology) and Kayachikitsa (internal medicine) for graduates and post-graduates in Ayurveda
  19. Coaching Ayurveda researchers in the nuances of research methodology, biostatistics and scientific writing
  20. Teaching basics of Ayurveda for allied medical practitioners and others

ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. Academic
  2. Best research presentation award at the first International Research Seminar on Ayurveda, Germany, 2014
  3. Sushila Thacker Prakruti Mandir Prize for work in the field of Natural Medicine, Naturopathy and Yoga awarded by the Association of Physiologists and Pharmacologists of India (APPI), 2013
  4. Vaidya Scientist Fellowship from Institute of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine-AYUSH, 2011
  5. Sri Yedathore Parthanarayana Pundit Certificate of merit for securing Highest marks in Kayachikitsa (Internal medicine), Bangalore University, 2000
  1. Others
  2. Young researcher bursary from European Academy of Ayurveda towards Travel, Registration, Accommodation, Teaching courses at the First International Research Seminar on Ayurveda and the 16th International Ayurveda Symposium, Germany, September 2014
  3. International travel support from Department of Science and Technology, to participate in the World Congress of Neurology, Morocco, November 2011
  4. Young researcher bursary towards Registration, Accommodation, Teaching courses from World Federation of Neurology to participate in the World Congress of Neurology, Morocco, November 2011
  5. International travel award from AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare to participate in Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, Neuroscience 2010, San Diego, California, November 2010
  6. Young Physician’s Scholarship from World Stroke Organization to participate in the 7th World Stroke Congress, Seoul, Korea, 2010
  7. Partial International travel grant from Central Scientific and Industrial (CSIR) to participate in the 13th International Congress of Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorders, Paris, France, 2009
  8. International travel award from The Movement Disorder Society to participate in the 13th International Congress of Parkinson’s disease and Movement Disorders, Paris, France, 2009
  9. Fellowships
  10. Senior Research Fellow, CCRAS project, NIMHANS, 2006-2010
  11. Vaidya Scientist Fellow, Institute of Transdisciplinary Health Sciences and Technology, 2011-2013

 

Research Articles

1. Conference report – samyukti 2013.
2. Meeting report: ayurveda group deliberations at 22(nd) annual cochrane colloquium 2014.
3. Autonomic function in reflex and non-reflex epilepsy – an exploratory study.
4. Ayurveda and botanical drugs for epilepsy: Current evidence and future prospects.
5. Modulation of Cardiac Autonomic Dysfunction in Ischemic Stroke following Ayurveda (Indian System of Medicine) Treatment.
6. Conference report – samyukti 2013.
7. Evaluation of the motor cortical excitability changes after ischemic stroke.
8. Conference report.
9. Effect of a single dose of standard levodopa on cardiac autonomic function in Parkinson’s disease.
10. Subclinical pulmonary dysfunction in spinocerebellar ataxias 1, 2 and 3.
11. Improvement of balance in progressive degenerative cerebellar ataxias after Ayurvedic therapy: a preliminary report.

 

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