Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia

Staff Profile

Dr Ratnadeep Saha

Senior Lecturer (Physiology)

Background

Current Role:

  • Teaching for MBBS and BMS programme

  • Module leader in Physiology

  • Supervise software based "Power Lab" for Physiology practical both in MBBS and BMS

  • Supervise Health and Safety assessment issues in laboratories

  • Involved in Interviewing national and international students for admissions 

  • Member of "Board of studies' and 'Board of examiners' in BMS programme

  • Member of staff student committee in MBBS and BMS programme

  • Mentoring students

  • Involved in enriching question bank (SBA and EMI) for preclinical years for MBBS and BMS

Research

Research:

Topic: Cardiovascular demand of Roof Drilling job in coal mines of Eastern India.

Collaborative officials: Dr. N. C. Dey, GD Sharma and S.Nath

Institution: Bengal Engineering & Science University, India. Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India funded Research Project

Tenure: 2011-2013

 

Topic: Cardiac workload of dressers in underground manual coal mines

Supervisor: Self

Institution: Bengal Engineering & Science University, India.

Tenure: 2004-2006

 

Topic: A study of the workload of underground trammers in the Raniganj Coalfield Area of West Bengal, India.

Supervisor: Dr. N. C. Dey

Institution: Bengal Engineering & Science University, India. University Grant Commission funded Major Research Project

Tenure: 2004-2006

 

Topic: Workload assessment of surface trammers in haulage based coal mine in India – A case study.

Supervisor: Dr. N. C. Dey

Institution: Bengal Engineering & Science University, India. University Grant Commission funded Major Research Project

Tenure: 2004-2006

 

 

Topic: Spectrophotometric analysis of blood Carbon monoxide level in smoker & non- smoker

Supervisor: Dr. A. Roy      

Institution: Calcutta University; Department of Physiology

Tenure: 1999-2000

Teaching

Teaching:

  • Teach CRRM, NME, TSM module for MBBS students in preclinical years

  • Teach Cell biology and disease and core Physiology module for BMS students

  • Take Practicals in Physiology for preclinical years for MBBS and BMS

  • Take small group seminars both for MBBS and BMS