Dr. Debabrata Dash

Dr. Debabrata Dash

Assistant Professor, MICROBIOLOGY

Designation : Assistant Professor

Qualification :

MBBS (2009) from V.S.S. Medical College & Hospital, Sambalpur, Odisha,

MD in Microbiology (2015) from S.C.B. Medical College & Hospital, Cuttack, Odisha

DNB in Microbiology (2017) from S.C.B. Medical College & Hospital, Cuttack, Odisha


Email :debdash.micro@aiimsmangalagiri.edu.in

Area of Interest

  • Clinical Microbiology

  • Antimicrobial Resistance

  • Nosocomial Infections

  • Quality In Diagnostic Microbiology


  • Member – National Academy of Medical Sciences

  • Life Member – Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists

  • Life Member – Academy of Clinical Microbiologists

  • Member – American Society For Microbiology

  • Member – Infectious Disease Society of America


  1. Bhattacharya S, Iyer R, Raja K, Joy VM, Bijulal SR, George K, Dash D, et al. A survey of practices to diagnose, manage, prevent and control COVID-19 from 28 centres. J Acad Clin Microbiol. 2021 Jan 1;22(1):5
  2. Bhargava A, Trakroo A, Dash D, Pandey R, Singh J, Thakur AS, et al. First comprehensive study on neonatal septicemia at secondary-level public health- care facilities in Central India: An eye opener. Int J Infect Dis. 2020 Dec 1;101:440–1.
  3. Dash D, Das P, Bhargava A, Gaikwad UN, Negi SS, Wankhede A. Estimating the burden of enteric fever in Chhattisgarh: A single-center study on culture-positive cases from a newly built tertiary care hospital. J Lab Physicians 2019;11:234-9.
  4. Bhargava A, Kombade S, Dash D, Jain Y. Disseminated nocardiasis by Nocardia farcinica: Review and first case report from Central India. Med J Armed Forces India. 2019 Jan 1;75(1):106–11.
  5. Bhargava A, Trakroo A, Dash D, Prasanna R, Pandey R. Evidence-based awareness generation improves infection control practices in Neonatal Intensive Care Units at secondary-level government hospitals in Central India. Can J Infect Control. 2018;33(2):5.
  6. Dash D, Sarangi G, Patro P, Chayani N. Study of biofilm production in Escherichia coli causing urinary tract infection and its correlation with antimicrobial resistance. J Acad Clin Microbiol. 2018 Jul 1;20(2):88.
  7. Mahapatra A, Dhal S, Jena PP, Mohapatra A, Dash D, Padhee A. Neonatal septicaemia due to a rare bacterium: Pantoea agglomerans (case series). Pediatr Infect Dis. 2014 Jul 1;6(3):102–4.
  8. Mahapatra A, Padhi N, Mahapatra D, Bhatt M, Sahoo D, Jena S, et al. Study of Biofilm in Bacteria from Water Pipelines. J Clin Diagn Res JCDR. 2015 Mar;9(3):DC09-DC11.
  9. Sarangi G, Dash D, Chayani N, Patjoshi SK, Jena S. Bilateral Tinea Nigra of palm: A rare case report from Eastern India. Indian J Med Microbiol. 2014 Jan 1;32(1):86.