Asst Prof Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali

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Assistant Professor Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali, MSc, PhD
Assistant Professor and Head of Anatomy
Email: sreenivasulu.reddy@ntu.edu.sg
Principal Investigator, Arteries in Health and Disease Laboratory





 

 

Introduction

Assistant Professor Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali is Assistant Professor and Head of Anatomy in Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University. He received both MSc and PhD degrees in Medical Anatomy from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University, India. Prior to this appointment, he worked in Kasturba Medical College International Center, Manipal University, India in the capacity of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Assistant Professor from 2004 to 2012. He was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia from 2012 to 2014. He taught all areas of anatomy to medical, dental and allied health students. 

Asst Prof Mogali has made important contribution in the area of clinical anatomy and human anatomical variations. His work has been published in several peer reviewed journals. He has received national and international prizes for his presentations at scientific conferences. These include: “Gold Medal” for the best research presentation” in 58th NATCON, Anatomical Society of India and Best research poster in International scientific conference on “Recent Trends and Future Perspectives towards the Protection of Health” which was held in Malaysia. He has served as a reviewer for various international journals, including Clinical Anatomy, European Journal of Anatomy and Advances in Anatomy. Dr Mogali has passion for teaching and keen in exploring innovative teaching resources for anatomical education. In 2016 he was awarded the prestigious Nanyang Education Award (school) for excellence in teaching.

 

Research Focus
Asst Prof Mogali is keen in developing innovative teaching tools for anatomical education such as 3D printed anatomical models and digital 3D models. He has started a cutting edge interdisciplinary research project in the field of 3D printing in collaboration with engineers in NTU’s Singapore Center for 3D Printing. This project aims to develop multi-colour and multi-material 3D printed human anatomical models to not only simulate the appearance of human tissues and organs, but also their feel, and also investigating their educational value.
 
 
Key Publications
  1. Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali, Wai Yee Yeong, Tan Heang Kuan Joel, Gerald Jit Shen Tan, Peter Abrahams, Nabil Zary, Naomi Low-Beer, Michael Alan Ferenczi. Evaluation by medical students of the educational value of multi-material and multi-coloured three dimensional (3D) printed model of the upper limb for anatomical education. (Manuscript is under review in Anatomical Sciences Education).
  2. Heang Kuan Joel Tan, Yee Ling Yap, Zhen Kai Peh, Wai Yee Yeong, Sreenivasulu Reddy Mogali, Dinesh Kumar Srinivasan, Michael Alan Ferenczi. Progress in Additive Manufacturing: 3D printing of anatomy bio-models for medical education. Pro-AM  2016, 21-26. DOI: 10.3850/2424-8967_V02-209.
  3. Reddy S, Kumar P, Prasad K. Histomorphometric and sympathetic innervation of the human renal artery. A cadaveric study. Urol Ann. 2011; 3(3):141-6.
  4. Reddy S, Kumar P, Prasad K. “Histomorphometric and Sympathetic Innervation of the Human Posterior Intercostal artery and Its Clinical Importance”. Folia Morphol.2011; 70:161-67.
  5. Kumar MR, Aithal BK, Udupa N, Reddy MS, Rakesh V, Murthy RS, Raju DP, Rao BS. Formulation of plumbagin loaded long circulating pegylated liposomes: in vivo evaluation in C57BL/6J mice bearing B16F1 melanoma. Drug Deliv. 2011; 18(7):511-22.
  6. Reddy S, Kumar P, Prasad K. Histomorphometric and sympathetic innervation of the human superficial temporal artery. Indian J Plast Surg 2011; 44:127-33.
  7. Reddy S, Kumar P, Prasad K. Histomorphometric and sympathetic innervation of the human internal thoracic artery. Clinics (Sao Paulo). 2011; 66(1):131-6.