Dr. Mangayarkarasi. V

Dr. Mangayarkarasi. V

Additional Professor, MICROBIOLOGY

Designation : Additional Professor

Qualification :

MBBS (1997) from Govt. Coimbatore Medical College, Tamil Nadu

MD in Microbiology (2004) from Govt. Stanley Medical College, Chennai.

PhD in Microbiology / Pediatrics (2013) from SRM University, Chennai.

Fellowship in Medical Education (FIME) (2015),

Certificate of MCI Advance Course in Medical Education (2015) from Medical Council of India (MCI)

Email :mangai.micro@aiimsmangalagiri.edu.in

Research Profile

Area of Interest

    • Virology,
    • Immunology,
    • Mycobacterium Tuberculosis,
    • HIV,
    • Medical Education


    • Partners Medical International (PMI) Boston Harvard, USA, SRM University, Kattankulathur, Year 2016.
    • Member of National IAMM – India Association of Medical Microbiology from 2005 on Secretary in Indian Association of Medical Microbiology Tamil Nadu Chapter – IAMM TN Chapter.
    • Member in Indian Academy of Tropical Parasitology (IATP)- Executive Member.
    • Member in RNTCP Zonal Task Force– 2010.
    • Member in Indian Clinical Epidemiological Network (INDIA –CLEN).
    • Member in Academy of Clinical Microbiologist.
    • Member in Indian Science congress.
    • Member/Head in Integrated Testing and Counseling Centre (ICTC) at Department of Microbiology, SRM MCH&RC, Kancheepuram District.
    • Member in Indian Medical Association (IMA), August 2016 onwards, Membership Number – TN/22086/43/588/181401/2013-14/L.
    • Member/Head of RNTCP, Department of Microbiology, SRM MCH&RC, Kancheepuram District, August 2016 onwards.
    • Member in State Health Society, Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) Tamil Nadu.
    • Member of Red Ribbon Club- Tamil Nadu State Aids Control Society (TANSACS),
    • Additional Secretary in Association of Clinical Microbiologists (ACM – India, UK), Year 2020.

Honors / Awards

  1. A paper on “Prevalence of intestinal parasitic infections in villages around Kattankulathur” was presented in first annual conference of Indian Academy of Tropical Parasitology (IATP) at Madras Medical College- Chennai, India, received the Best oral presentation paper award in 2007.
  2. Louis Pasteur Memorial Award for the best Oral Presentation for the paper entitled “Nucleotide sequencing of an unique non- vaccine Group A rotavirus strain G9 P(4) identified in Tamil Nadu , India” in National Symposium on “Emerging and remerging viral infections ( NERV 2013),at Chennai Medical College and Research Centre with Indian Council of Medical Research(ICMR) and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) August -30thand 31st
  3. First prize – Oral presentation, State level conference conducted on 14th and 15th of September 2019 organized by Indian association of Pathologists and Microbiologists (IAPM- AP India).
  4. Best Poster Award– Proceedings of the conclave Emerging Frontiers in Health Care and Research, on 27th & 28th February 2020, organized by Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research (SRIHER; Deemed to be University [DU]), Chennai, India and Hull University Teaching Hospitals National Health Service Trust (HUTH), United Kingdom (UK)
  5. Best faculty award Andhra Pradesh for the year 2019- 4th Academic brand awards (EET CRS) on 20th October 2019, organized by Research wing for excellence in professional education and industry, New Delhi.
  6. As a Research supervisor / PhD guide, organized viva voce examination- viva voce examination for a PhD scholar for research done on the topic “Rapid diagnosis of neonatal sepsis” on 12th November 2019, university grant commission.
  7. As a Research supervisor / PhD guide, organized viva voce examination- viva voce examination for a PhD scholar for research done on the topic “Vulvovaginal Candidiasis in Antenatal Women with special reference to Virulent, SAP gene and resistance pattern of Candida Species” on 27th august 2020, university grant commission.

Books / Chapters

  1. Bulletin published by National Teacher Training Centre (NTTC), Jawaharlal Institute of Post graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Pondicherry, India 605006. Volume: 15-2 September: 2008.Title -Project report on creating academic clubs for slow learners to improve learning outcomes. This study conducted in SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre during 2007-2008.
  2. Health Magazine, Burden of parasitic infections in villages, SRM Medical College, October- November 2008, Volume -1, Issue -9.
  3. Workshop manual on “Food safety” in ‘Microbiological quality and safety of food’ workshop manual, 21- 22 October, 2010 organized by Department of Diagnostic section, King Institute of Preventive Medicine and Research, Guindy ( Grade I Reference laboratory, India) and SRM University, Chennai – India. Venue- Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board auditorium, Chennai, India.
  4. Oration in ENT, “Mycology of ENT” volume I, 2013, SRM Medical College, SRM University.
  5. Tamil Magazines – SRM University through Tamil Mandram- Poems and short stories in 2008, 2009 and 2017.
  6. Souvenir compilation for CME Under the auspices of Indian Association of Microbiology (IAMM) TN Chapter, “Immunooncology – Truly A Pan Approach to Cancer cure”. SRMMedical College and Research Centre, Kattankullathur And SRM Dental College. Ramapuram.
  7. Published Manual on “Molecular Diagnosis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) and Multi drug Resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB)” under the Workshop/CME scheme withIndian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) New Delhi, India.
  8. Publish manual on “Re-emerging of Fungal Infections and Advanced Diagnosis-(REFIND-2018)”under the workshop/CME with Indian association of Medical Microbiologists-Tamil Nadu chapter, India.
  9. Microbiology Practical Guide to second year Medical Students, AIIMS, Mangalagiri, Year 2019
  10. Standard Operating Procedure for COVID-19 Diagnostic Laboratory, AIIMS, Mangalagiri- Year 2020.
  11. Standard Operating Procedure/guidelines on COVID-19 Infection Prevention Control to Medical Students, AIIMS, Mangalagiri, Year 2020.


1. Mangayarkarasi. V*., Kanishka H.D and Maitrayee. S. Resistant non-albicans Candida species are emerging as a threat to antenatal women with vulvovaginal candidiasis. Biomedical and Pharmacology Journal. 2019; 12(3):1369-1378.
2. Mangayarkarasi. V*., Kanishka H.D and Maitrayee. S. Genotypic Patterns of Secreted Aspartyl Proteinase Gene in Various Candida Species Isolated from Antenatal Women with Vulvovaginal Candidiasis. Journal of Pure & Applied Microbiology. 2019; 13(2):803-813.
3. Mangayarkarasi. V*., Kanishka H.D and Maitrayee. S. Biofilm production of Candida species isolated from antenatal women with vulvovaginal candidiasis. International Journal of Pharma & Bio Sciences. 2019 Apr; 10(3):36-41.
4. Mangayarkarasi V*, Kalaiselvi K, Kavitha DM, Chitraleka V, Balaji R, “Program Based Teaching and Learning (PBTL) to increase the competency level in Undergraduate medical students with a model of Revised National Tuberculosis control program (RNTCP)” Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education (American Society of Microbiology), Manuscript number. 2018; 1388-13759-1-SM.
5. Mangayarkarasi V*, Shawwez F, Stephen PV, Resistant genes blactx-m and bla TEM encoding ESBL in surgical site infection causing Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumonia – a report from a tertiary care hospital, International Journal of Medical microbiology and tropical diseases, 2018; 4(1):5-12.
6. Mangayarkarasi V*, Kalaiselvi, K., Shivshankar R.M and Raja Shunmugam, Siva Kumar S, Uma Devi KR, ‘Enhancing antimycobacterial activity of Isoniazid and Rifampicin incorporated Norbornene nanoparticles’, International Journal of Mycobacteriology. 2018; 7;84-88.
7. Mangayarkarasi.V*, Stephen Pradeep Moses, S.R.Swarna, Kalaiselvi K. In-house standardization of CarbaNP test for Carbapenemase detection in Gram negative bacteria, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied sciences. 2018; 7(1):2876-2881.
8. Mangayarkarasi V*, Kalaiselvi, K., Gomathi N.S., Balaji S, Shivshankar R.M and Raja Shunmugam. Luciferase phage reporter assay for drug susceptibility testing for Norbornene based Nano anti-TB drugs. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Sciences. 2017; 10(9):1-3.
9. Mangayakarasi V*, Anitha,, Raja Rajeswari, Kalaiselvi. The CTX-M type ESBL gene production by Klebsiella species in urinary tract infections – International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied sciences. 2017; 6(7):1-4.
10. Mangayarkarasi V*, Kalaiselvi, K., Gomathi N.S., Shivshankar R.M and Raja Shunmugam. Antimycobacterial Activity of Norbornene-Polyethylene Glycol, Isoniazid and Rifampicin Nanocarrier towards Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App.Sci. 2016; 5(8): 394-401, IF – 2.9 Indexed in Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, Cross Ref.
11. Mangayarkarasi V*, Kalaiselvi K, Balakrishnan D and Chitraleka V. Survival of Antibacterial resistance microbes in hospital generated recycled wastewater, Journal of water and health. 2016; 14(6): 942- 948. IF-1.02, Indexed in Science Citation Index Expanded and Current Contents/Agriculture, Biology and Environmental Sciences, Index Medicus, MEDLINE, Global Health and CAB Abstracts.
12. Mangayarkarasi. V*, Kanishka HD, Shabana. P, Chitraleka. V, Christoper. A. Fluconazole Resistant Pattern of Candida isolates in Clinical Samples by E – Test, Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 2016; 5(11). Impact Factor (IF – 2.9) Indexed in Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, Cross Ref.
13. Mangayarkarasi. V*, Shantha.S, Alameluraja, Muthu Veeramani.IGA Response to 38 Kda And 27 Kda Antigen of Mycobacterium Tuberculosis in Genitourinary Tuberculosis international journal of engineering and science IJES. 2013; 2(2):179-184.IF- 0.676, Indexed in Index Copernicus, Google Scholar.
14. Mangayarkarasi V*. “Burden of intestinal parasites among symptomatic and healthy control attending a tertiary hospital in Tamil Nadu’ Indian Journal of Rural Health Care,” 2013; Vol-1 issue 3 (ISSN 2319/1147). Indexed in Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts, IndMed, MEDLINE/Index Medicus, Scimago Journal Ranking, SCOPUS.
15. Mangayarkarasi V*. Prema. V, Narayanan. R. “Silver nanomembrane and ceramic silver nanofilter for effective removal of water borne diarrhoegenic Escherichia coli,” published in Indian Journal of science and technology”. 2012; 5(2):2029 -2034. Citation of paper – 1, Indexed in Chemical Abstracts Services (CAS); J-Gate Plus; Research Bible; EBSCO Publishing’s Electronic Databases, USA; DOAJ; Urlich’s Periodical Directory, USA; Indian Science Abstracts, India; Index Copernicus, Poland; ISI, Thomson Reuters.
16. Mangayarkarasi. V*, Prema. A, Gunasekaran. P, Suresh Babu. B. V, Kaveri. K. “A Unique Human Rotavirus (non- vaccine) G9P [4] Genotype Infection in a child with Gastroenteritis,” Indian Paediatrics. 2012; 49:569 – 571. Citation of paper – 4, IF – 0.97. Indexed in PubMed, Medline, Indian Science Abstracts, MedIND.
17. Mangayarkarasi V*, Renu Mathew, Parthasarathy. Unusual presentation of Extra pulmonary Tuberculosis – Osteomyelitis, a case report in Journal of Academy of Clinical Microbiologist. 2010; 12(2). Indexed in Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts
18. Triveda. L., and Mangayarkarasi. V. Screening of VRE with special emphasis on the determination of MIC of Vancomycin and Teicoplanin for Enterococci, Journal of Microbiology and Biomedical Research. 2018; 4(2):2395-5678.
19. A. Deepasri. P.K., Uma Maheswari* and Mangayarkarasi. V.“Clinical and Species Profile of Dermatophytosis in Tertiary Healthcare Centre” International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences. 2018; 7(5):2221-2225.
20. Maharaja. P., and Mangayarkarasi. V.,Clinical profile and risk factors in neonatal septicemia, International journal of pharma and biosciences. 2017; 8(3):489- 495.
21. Raveenthiran. V., Mangayarkarasi. V., and Kousalya. M., Subcutaneous entomophthoromycosis mimicking soft-tissue sarcoma in children’Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2015; 50:1150–1155.Citation of paper – 1, IF- 1.733, indexed in Scopus.
22. Chitra. N.,Mangayarkarasi. V.,Balakrishnan. D and Smiline Girija. A.S., “Resistance Patterns of Viridans Group of Streptococci isolated in transient bacteremia after third molar surgery,” International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 2015; 4(6): IF –2.9, Indexed in Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, Cross Ref.
23. Chitra. N and Mangayarkarasi. V., “Isolation of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria in transient bacteremia”, Int J Pharma Bio Sci. 2015; 6(1):245 -251. I.F. 6.28, Indexed in Elsievier, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, Cross Ref.
24. Kanagam. E.T., Balakrishnan. D and Mangayarkarasi. V., Peiodental pathogens among pre pubertal, pubertal and post pubertal girls in Chennai, India, Int. J.Pharma Bio Sci.2015; 6(4): 176– 180. I.F. 6.28, Indexed in Elsievier, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, Cross Ref.
25. Kanakam. E.T., Mangayarkarasi. V and Balakrishnan. D., ‘Evaluation of Periodontal Pathogens among Pregnant Women In Tamilnadu’Europian journal of Pharm and medical research 2015; 2(3):725-732. IF- 4.16 Indexed in Pubmed.
26. Nachammai. SN and Mangayarkarasi. V., Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Using Conventional Smear Microscopy and Culture Methods in a Tertiary Care Hospital. International Journal of Life Science Research. 2015; 3(1):67-72. Indexed in Academia Edu, Science central.com.
27. Balaji. C, Mangayarkarasi, V, Prema. A, Kanimozhi. S and Michael. J. D, “Safety and immunogenicity of salmonella typhiVi conjugate vaccine (peda Typh TM) in children up to five years,” International Journal of Scientific and research publications. 2013;3(2): IF- 3.27, Indexed in BASE (Bielefeld University Library), Google Scholar, Cite seer and others. We have our own research library (OARD) based on OAI-PMH.