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PhD Program in Ayurveda Launched at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

March 29, 2016 - 2:37
PhD Program in Ayurveda Launched at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

PhD Program in Ayurveda has been launched at Amrita School of AyurvedaAmrita Centre for Advanced Research in Ayurveda (ACARA) is overseeing the PhD program. Ten PhD Scholars have been registered in the first batch in January 2016. The next batch will be registered in June 2016. Presently the PhD Program is open to faculty members of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. In the near future, applications will be invited for candidates who are not affiliated to Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. The topics of the PhD Scholars who have been registered in January 2016 are given below.

PhD Scholars Topic
Dr. Delvin T. Robin An Open Label Randomised Crossover Study To Investigate The Effect Of Narasimha Rasayana On Aerobic Endurance Of Active Sportsmen
​Dr. Leena P. Nair A Comparative Study To Assess The Effectiveness Of Mukhamukha Sampradaya (face to face learning) And Classroom Method Of Textual Learning In Undergraduate Ayurvedic Students
​Dr. Preethi ​Mohan A prospective cohort pilot study to evaluate effectiveness of an Ayurvedic toxicological treatment protocol for Allergic rhinitis patients with recurrence after standard Ayurvedic care in comparison with a cohort receiving standard Allopathic care
​Dr. Emy S. Surendran Prospective cohort study to assess the comparative efficacy of an ayurvedic treatment protocol and standard allopathic care in endometriosis
​Dr. Priyalatha B. A comparative analysis of wild and cultivated variety of Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus. Wild) to assess the variation in the pharmacognostical and phytochemical profile
​Dr. Sivabalaji Prospective Cohort Study to Evaluate the Comparative Effectiveness of Sweta- Gunja Lepa (Abrus Precatorius Application) and Topical Steroidal Nasal Spray in the Management of Ethmoidal Nasal Polyp
​Dr. Vandana Rani M. A Randomised Controlled clinical Trial to Assess the comparative efficacy of Ayurveda and Diet-Lifestyle regimen in the reversal first grade nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
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