Executive Member

PRESIDENT
Dr. Sunil Dhungel
PD, Ph.D. (Neuroendocrinology, Japan)
Associate Professor
Department of Clinical Physiology
College of Medicine
Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences
Sanobharyang, Bhandarkhal
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-9818884525
E-mail: sunil.dhungel@nsnnepal.org
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Biography:
Dr. Sunil Dhungel is an Associate Professor of clinical physiology at Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences in Kathmandu Nepal. He is also one of the vice presidents of South Asian Association of Physiologist (SAAP) and is current general secretary of Physiological Society of Nepal (PSN). Dr. Dhungel possesses more than a decade of research experience along with teaching and training of medical students. In 2005, as a Foreign Expert Medical Teacher in Weifang Medical University in China, Dr. Dhungel was actively involved in developing curriculum of medical physiology for undergraduate students. He was also the general secretary of first Historic Annual Conference of Physiology and Applied Sciences (ACPAS-2013) held in Nepal. Dr. Dhungel completed his postgraduate degree in Human Physiology from B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal in 2002. Then, he went on to pursue his doctorate degree from Nippon Medical School, Japan. His PhD research was focused on brain circuitry which determines olfactory preference under the influence of sex steroids. Dr. Dhungel possesses immense scientific exposures at various IBRO schools, which have helped him present his excellent quality research work at various international conferences of physiology, neuroscience and neuroendoncrinology held in Japan, China, USA, Malaysia, Germany, Italy, France and India. Some of these research findings have been published in book “Advances in Basal Ganglia Research and Application: 2012 Edition (By Q. Ashton Acton, SCHOLARLY EDITION). He has been honored by “Nepal Bidhya Bhusan “K” in 2014 by Honorable President of Nepal. He has published more than 10 peer- reviewed papers in leading scientific journals including, Neuroscience, Hormone and Behavior. He is also credited with more than 30 presentations in different international forum in Japan, USA, China, Italy, France, and Germany. His current research work is focused at better understanding of role of Steroid hormone and Oxytocin in neurodegenerative disease.

VICE PRESIDENT
Dr. Ajaya Jang Kunwar
PhD, Post Doctoral Fellow (Neuroscience)
Associate Professor
Department of Human Anatomy
College of Medicine
Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences – College of Medicine
Sanobharyang, Bhandarkhal
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977 - 9852026560
E-mail: ajayakunwar@gmail.com
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Biography:
Dr. Kunwar is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Anatomy at Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences, Kathmandu, Nepal. He has been actively involved in teaching learning activities for medical, dental and nursing streams since 2003.

He completed his Masters degree in Human Anatomy from B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal (Dec 2002). Subsequently, he pursued his doctorate in Neuroanatomy from Georg August University, Goettingen, Germany (2004-2008) and successfully completed his post-doctoral fellowship in Neuroscience from Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA (2009-2010). He has presented his research work in various IBRO schools and Neuroscience conferences held in Germany, Australia, Japan, Canada, Nepal, Taiwan and USA.

He has published papers in various international scientific journals e.g. PNAS and Neuron. His research is focused on role of SNARE genes in Development of Nervous System, Cortical Development and Neurodegenerative Diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s Disease etc. Currently, he is working on the project entitled “Role of Gonadotrophin in Cytoarchitectural Changes in Brain” specially focusing on Dopaminergic System.

He has been awarded International Brain Research Organization - Return Home Fellowship (IBRO-RHP award) for the year 2014 among five neuroscientists around the world. By the support of IBRO, he has established the first neuroscience research lab in Nepal. The lab is called “Kathmandu Center for Genomics and Research Laboratory” (KCGRL, http://kathmandugenomics.com/), located in Global Hospital, Gwarko, Lalitpur, Nepal where he is also acting as a Research Head.

GENERAL SECRETARY
Dr. Dhiraj Maskey
Ph.D., PD (Neuroanatomy)
Associate Professor
Department of Human Anatomy
College of Medicine
Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences
Sanobharyang, Bhandarkhal
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-98-4249-9122 (Cell)
E-mail: dhiraj_mask@yahoo.com

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Biography:
Dr. Dhiraj Maskey is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Anatomy at Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences, Kathmandu, Nepal. He has been actively involved in teaching learning activities for medical, dental and nursing streams since 2004.

Dr. Maskey completed his Masters degree in Human Anatomy from B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal. Subsequently, he pursued his doctorate in Anatomy and successfully completed his post-doctoral fellowship in Neuroanatomy from Dankook Medical University, Cheonan, South Korea. He has participated in various IBRO schools and conferences held in Australia, Japan, China, South Korea, Nepal, Malaysia and Germany.

He has published more than 28 papers in international scientific journals including Brain Research, Neuroscience Letters, International Journal of Molecular Medicine, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communication, Biomedical Research International, Journal of Ginseng Research, Molecular Medicine Reports, Experimental Neurobiology, Clinical Experimental Otorhinolaryngology etc.

His research is focused in the effect of radiofrequency (mobile radiation) in the brain and hearing impaired mice (circling mice), mainly concerned with calcium binding proteins and neurotransmitters. His region of interest is hippocampus, cerebellum, cerebral cortex and auditory brainstem circuit. He has received Nepal Vidhya Bhusan “Ka” and awarded with the TWAS (The World Academy of Sciences) Award 2013 for his contribution to the field of research.

TREASURER
Krishna Deo Sharma
M.Sc. (Human Anatomy)
Assistant Professor
Department of Human Anatomy

College of Medicine
Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences
G.P.O. Box No: 10160,
Bhandarkhal, Sanobharyang
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-98-41435965 (Cell)
E-mail: sharma_krishnadeo@hotmail.com

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Biography:
Mr. Krishna Deo Sharma is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anatomy at Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences, Kathmandu, Nepal. He has been actively involved in teaching learning activities for medical, dental, nursing and paramedical streams since 2006.

Mr. Sharma obtained his B.Sc. in Zoology from Tri-Chandra Multiple Campus, Kathmandu, Nepal and M.Sc. in Human Anatomy from B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal. He has attended several IBRO schools of neuroscience, symposiums and conferences held in Germany, China, Nepal, and Malaysia. He has published his research paper in international scientific journal.His field of interest is neuroendocrinology. His study is focused on the effect of chronic gonadal hormone deprivation in cytoarchitecture of different regions of brain. He has received “Scientific Award”in 2008 for his research.

JOINT SECRETARY
Dr. Barun Mahat
MBBS, MD
Clinical Physiology
Assistant Professor
Department of clinical Physiology
College of Medicine
Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences
Sanobharyang, Bhandarkhal
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-9841231664 (Cell)
+977-1-4881259 (Office)
E-mail: barun.mahat@hotmail.com

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Biography:
Dr. Barun Mahat is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of clinical Physiology at Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences, Kathmandu, Nepal. He has been actively involved in teaching learning activities for medical, dental and nursing streams since 2006. He also involved in medical practice as clinician in different hospital and private clinic.
Dr. Mahat completed his Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Clinical Physiology from Maharjgung Medical Campus Teaching Hospital, Institute of Medicine, and Kathmandu, Nepal. He has participated in various conferences, seminars held in Nepal, Malaysia. He has special trained in Primary Trauma Care and in diagnostic Upper-GI-Endoscopic.
He has published 3 papers in international/National scientific journals. His field of interest is in Sleep Physiology. In 2014, he organized (As a joint Organizing Secretary) first international conference of Physiology (called ACPAS-2011).

FOUNDER EXECUTIVE MEMBER
Dr. Abdul Haque Ansari
Ph.D. (Neurophysiology, AIIMS, New Delhi)
Assistant Professor
Department of Clinical Physiology
Birat Medical College of Medicine
Tanki Sinwari, Morang, Nepal
Tel: +977-9848351101 (Cell)
+977-021-421182 (Office)
E-mail: ansari782000@yahoo.com

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Biography:
Dr. Abdul Haque Ansari is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Clinical Physiology at Birat Medical College, Tanki Sinwari, Morang, Nepal. He has been actively involved in teaching learning activities for medical streams since 2005.
Dr. Ansari completed his Masters degree in Human Physiology from B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan, Nepal in 2005. Subsequently, he successfully completed his doctoral fellowship in Neurophysiology of pain from Department of Physiology All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, India. He has participated in various IBRO schools and Neuroscience conferences held in Argentina, Iran, Japan, China, Nepal, and India. He worked as a foreign Physiology faculty in Jiujiang Medical University, China in the year 2007 and in Nanchang medical College, China in 2013-2014 to teach and develop curriculum of Medical Physiology for foreign student.
He got best poster presentation award in second IBRO School of Neuroscience, Tehran, Iran in 2011. He has several publications in Physiology and Neuroscience.
He is an advisory board member of World Research Journal of medical Science, regular member of International Association for Study of Pain since 1st February 2013.
His current research is focused on neurophysiology of chronic pain and transcranial magnetic stimulation.

FOUNDER EXECUTIVE MEMBER

Prakash Limbu
M.Sc. (Human Physiology)
Lecturer
Department of Clinical Physiology

College of Medicine
Nepalese Army Institute of Health Sciences
G.P.O. Box No: 10160,
Bhandarkhal, Sanobharyang
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: +977-9804016826(Cell)
E-mail: prakas182@gmail.com

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