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Dr S Manic Dass
Qualification : MBBS, MD (Microbiology), PG Diploma in Family Medicine  
Designation : Consultant  
Specialty : General Medicine  
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Location : Guru Nanak CARE Hospitals, Musheerabad, Hyderabad
  • MBBS – Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad (1982)

  • MD (Microbiology) – Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad (1986)

  • Post Graduate Diploma (Family Medicine) (PGDFM) – Christian Medical College, Vellore (2012)

Research & presentations
  • HIV infection in pregnant women from rural South India compared to HIV infection in volunteer blood donors from urban South India. USA (2003)

  • Development of HIV voluntary counseling and testing model for a rural population of South India. Bangkok, Thailand (2004)

  • HIV infection in rural South India: A sexual network analysis. San Francisco, CA, USA (2005)

  • Prevalence and distribution of high risk HPV types in invasive squamous cell carcinoma of cervix and in normal women in Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh (2005)

  • Seroepidemiology of HPV 11, 16 and 51 in a population based sample of adult women in rural India. Prague, Czech Republic (2006)

  • HVP DNA detection by PCR in clinician-collected cervical swabs and self-collected vaginal swabs in rural India. Prague, Czech Republic (2006)

  • Feasibility of field-based self sampling of adult women in Andhra Pradesh. Beijing, China (2007)

  • HIV infection dynamics in rural Andhra Pradesh, South India: A sexual network analysis exploratory study. AIDS Care (2007)

  • HIV testing and an information-motivation intervention in South Indian truck drivers in Andhra Pradesh. Sydney, Australia (2007)

  • Comparison of three different cervical cancer screening methods in rural India: Preliminary results from the Community Access to Cervical Health (2008)

  • Suitability of self-collected vaginal samples for cervical cancer screening in peri-urban villages in Andhra Pradesh (2009)

  • Performance of VIA, HPV & PAP testing for the detection of high grade CIN 2/3 and cancer in peri-urban India. Malmo, Sweden (2009)

  • Potential barriers to HVP vaccine implementation in India. Malmo, Sweden (2009)

  • Emergence of Vibrio Cholerae in and around Hyderabad. Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, 2003; 21(2)