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Mr Badveti Satyasai, is currently working as Tutor in department of Microbiology JSS Medical College, JSSAHER. He is MSc alumni of this college. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Mycology. He is actively involved in teaching students of Allied health and other paramedical courses (Nursing, BPT, Clinical Embryology, Forensic Odontology).  He is actively working in the molecular lab and involved in RT-PCR COVID-19 testing in the department. He was also trained in several diagnostic techniques in Bacteriology, Mycology, Serology at JSS Hospital. His areas of special interest are Mycology (Antifungal resistance in dermtophytes). He was a part of organising committee member for National level conference organised by the department of Microbiology. He has presented various scientific papers in National and Regional conferences. He has published several original research articles, Case reports in national and international, peer reviewed, indexed journals. 


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Fellowship and Membership

Member of Indian Academy of Medical Microbiologists (IAMM)


Field of Expertise

Bacteriology, Mycology and Molecular diagnosis in Infectious diseases.


Academic Excellence


Rare Case Management


Research / Presentations /Publications

  • Involved in various clinical trials – BCG clinical trials, WHO UNITY study, ICMR study on covid vaccine efficacy. 
  • More than 15 publications in several International, National peer reviewed journals.
  • Antifungal susceptibility testing of Dermatophytes by ABDD and E-test: A comparative study: Open Journal of Medical Microbiology.
  • Evaluation of Fluroscein diacetate vital staining in detecting viable acid fast bacilli in comparision with culture in a tertiary care hospital- Annals of Romanian society for cell biology.
  • A fatal and rare case of bilateral, upper, lower limbs and abdominal gangrene associated with Brucellosis – Journal of laboratory physicians.
  • Salmonella paratyphi B Infection- A case report -  International journal of medical science and clinical research
  • Assessment of Tuberculosis hot spot areas among smear positive pulmonary tuberculosis patients attending JSS, a tertiary care centre, Mysore -  International journal of community medicine and public health.
  • Salmonella Entericaserovars Showing Resistance to Azithromycin in A Tertiary Care Hospital From South India.
  • Speciation and antifungal susceptibility testing of candida isolated from urine.
  • Speciation and in-vitro activity of four antifungal drugs against clinical isolates of dermatophytes by E-test method.
  • Bacteriological Profile of Endotracheal Aspirates and their Antibiotic Susceptibility Pattern.
  •  A Bacteriological Study of Intertrigo.
  • Genetic Characterization of Multi Drug Resistant Enterobacteriaceae.
  • Anti-biogram of pneumococcal isolates in a tertiary care hospital.
  • DETECTION OF CREEPING MIC OF LINEZOLID AND VANCOMYCIN IN STAPHYLOCOCCI.

Myco


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Profile

Mr Badveti Satyasai, is currently working as Tutor in department of Microbiology JSS Medical College, JSSAHER. He is MSc alumni of this college. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Mycology. He is actively involved in teaching students of Allied health and other paramedical courses (Nursing, BPT, Clinical Embryology, Forensic Odontology).  He is actively working in the molecular lab and involved in RT-PCR COVID-19 testing in the department. He was also trained in several diagnostic techniques in Bacteriology, Mycology, Serology at JSS Hospital. His areas of special interest are Mycology (Antifungal resistance in dermtophytes). He was a part of organising committee member for National level conference organised by the department of Microbiology. He has presented various scientific papers in National and Regional conferences. He has published several original research articles, Case reports in national and international, peer reviewed, indexed journals. 

Share & Blogs / URLs

Fellowship and Membership

Member of Indian Academy of Medical Microbiologists (IAMM)

Field of Expertise

Bacteriology, Mycology and Molecular diagnosis in Infectious diseases.

Academic Excellence

Rare Case Management

Research / Presentations /Publications

  • Involved in various clinical trials – BCG clinical trials, WHO UNITY study, ICMR study on covid vaccine efficacy. 
  • More than 15 publications in several International, National peer reviewed journals.
  • Antifungal susceptibility testing of Dermatophytes by ABDD and E-test: A comparative study: Open Journal of Medical Microbiology.
  • Evaluation of Fluroscein diacetate vital staining in detecting viable acid fast bacilli in comparision with culture in a tertiary care hospital- Annals of Romanian society for cell biology.
  • A fatal and rare case of bilateral, upper, lower limbs and abdominal gangrene associated with Brucellosis – Journal of laboratory physicians.
  • Salmonella paratyphi B Infection- A case report -  International journal of medical science and clinical research
  • Assessment of Tuberculosis hot spot areas among smear positive pulmonary tuberculosis patients attending JSS, a tertiary care centre, Mysore -  International journal of community medicine and public health.
  • Salmonella Entericaserovars Showing Resistance to Azithromycin in A Tertiary Care Hospital From South India.
  • Speciation and antifungal susceptibility testing of candida isolated from urine.
  • Speciation and in-vitro activity of four antifungal drugs against clinical isolates of dermatophytes by E-test method.
  • Bacteriological Profile of Endotracheal Aspirates and their Antibiotic Susceptibility Pattern.
  •  A Bacteriological Study of Intertrigo.
  • Genetic Characterization of Multi Drug Resistant Enterobacteriaceae.
  • Anti-biogram of pneumococcal isolates in a tertiary care hospital.
  • DETECTION OF CREEPING MIC OF LINEZOLID AND VANCOMYCIN IN STAPHYLOCOCCI.

Myco

Award and Achievements