Dr Anjali Mishra

Dr. Anjali Mishra
Additional Professor,
Department of Endocrine & Breast Surgery

  • Department of Endocrine Surgery, SGPGIMS, Lucknow-226 014, INDIA
  • anjali@sgpgi.ac.in
  • +91 (522) 2495200
  • +91-522-2668017

BRIEF BIO

Dr Anjali Mishra, Additional Professor in Endocrine Surgery. She is one the first batch fellows of Post- Doctoral Certificate (PDC) course in Endocrine Surgery started for the first time in India in 1997. She is trained to perform all the open and minimal invasive surgical procedures in Endocrine Surgery Discipline. Her major clinical and research interests include management of thyroid cancers, thyroid surgery and Endocrine Surgery Training in the developing world. She has published extensively in international and national peer-reviewed journals and has been recipient of international travel scholarships. Her major current research interest centers around Quality of Life (QoL) issues associated with the thyroid diseases. In future would like to devote more time to issues related with problem and progress of surgical education chiefly Endocrine Surgery sub-specialty development.

Honors and Awards

  1. Has served as reviewers for various peer-reviewed journals
  2. Invited Speaker at various international and national conferences and CME programs
  3. Travel Grant for young surgeon, by Japanese Surgical society in 2002
  4. International Society of Surgery Foundation (ISSF) Travel Scholar Award. Brussels, 2001
  5. CSIR Travel Grant for attending 12th International Thyroid Congress 2000.
  6. Best paper award at Nat-Con IASO 1999
  7. Travel Grant for young surgeon, by Japanese Surgical society in 1999
  8. Stood IVth in order in merit at M.B.B.S. exam.

Area of Research Interest

  1. Her major clinical and research interests include management of thyroid cancers, thyroid surgery and Endocrine Surgery Training in the developing world.

Completed Research Project

  1. Association of Glutathione S-Transferase M1 and T1 Polymorphism and response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy (CAF) in breast cancer patients. Funding- Intramural
  2. Prevalence of Ret/PTC protein in papillary thyroid cancer in an Iodine deficient region. Funding- Intramural
  3. Association of glutathione s- transferase M1 and T1 polymorphism and susceptibility for breast cancer in Indian women. Funding- ITRC
  4. Impact of telemedicine technology in tele-follow up of thyroidectomy and post thyroidectomy patients. Funding-SGPGI Telemedicine Program
  5. Study of the effect of thyroid dysfunction and thyroxine replacement therapy on the clinical outcome of benign breast diseases (Unaided)
  6. Impact of telemedicine technology in reinforcement of Endocrine Surgery Training. Funding-SGPGI Telemedicine Program
  7. Distribution of Na+/ I- symporter (hNIS) in differentiated thyroid cancer (DTC) in endemically iodine deficient region and its correlation with clinico- pathological prognostic factors. Funding- Intramural
  8. P53 mutation status & micro vessel density in well differentiated thyroid carcinoma. Funding- Intramural
  9. MS Thesis- Clinico-pathological study of head and neck masses with special reference to FNAC
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