Manipal Centre for Infectious Diseases

  • Madhav Nagar, Room No. 5, Faculty rooms, Near KMC Administrative office

    576104 Manipal

    India

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Manipal McGill Center for Infectious Diseases (MAC ID) is a research collaboration between McGill University and Manipal Academy of Higher Education in the area of tropical and Infectious Diseases. MAC ID was inaugurated on 13th August 2016

 

Mission: To achieve excellence in infectious diseases research and training and to promote translation of knowledge into policy and practice.

 

Objectives

  • To achieve excellence in Infectious Diseases Research
  • Hold educational activities in Infectious Diseases
  • Promote translation of knowledge into policy and practice
  • Faculty and student exchanges
  • International and Interdisciplinary collaboration

 

Coordinator

Dr. Kavitha Saravu,

Professor of Medicine, KMC, Manipal

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India Medicine & Life Sciences
Tertiary Care Centers Medicine & Life Sciences
Tertiary Healthcare Medicine & Life Sciences
HIV Medicine & Life Sciences
Melioidosis Medicine & Life Sciences
Tuberculosis Medicine & Life Sciences
Infection Medicine & Life Sciences
Burkholderia pseudomallei Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 1993 2019

Adverse effects of fluoroquinolones: A retrospective cohort study in a South Indian tertiary healthcare facility

Mathews, B., Thalody, A. A., Miraj, S. S., Kunhikatta, V., Rao, M. & Saravu, K., 01-09-2019, In : Antibiotics. 8, 3, 104.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Fluoroquinolones
Tertiary Healthcare
Drug-Related Side Effects and Adverse Reactions
Cohort Studies
Retrospective Studies

A micro-Raman and chemometric study of urinary tract infection-causing bacterial pathogens in mixed cultures

Yogesha, M., Chawla, K., Bankapur, A., Acharya, M., D’Souza, J. S. & Chidangil, S., 19-05-2019, In : Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. 411, 14, p. 3165-3177 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Pathogens
Least-Squares Analysis
Urinary Tract Infections
Support vector machines
Bacteria
Open Access
Bacteroides fragilis
India
Genes
meropenem
Metronidazole