Dr. Anuj Mathur

MBBS, MD (Microbiology), MBA (Healthcare Management)

Medical Microbiology

Work Experience

  • Worked as Senior Demonstrator in S.M.S Medical College, Jaipur from 2000 to 2010, actively involved in teaching medical students and supervising clinical microbiology lab.
  • Appointed as Assistant Professor Microbiology in Gulf Medical University, Ajman from Sept-2010 till Nov-2014
  • Later joined P.H. Diagnostics, Dubai as Specialist Microbiologist from April-2015 to Oct-2019

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hindi

Special Interests

  • Special interest in Bacteriology as well as in the field of HIV/AIDS

Research and Publications

  • Bacterial and Fungal profile of blood cultures (published in CURRENT MEDICAL TRENDS July 2006)
  • Relationship between clinical Conditions & CD4 Counts In HIV infected persons in and around Jaipur, published in CURRENT MEDICAL TRENDS Oct-2006)
  • Sterilization and disinfection, ICU protocols. Published in workshop manual. Rungta Hospital, Jaipur 2006)
  • Antibiogram of Staphylococcus isolated from various clinical samples (Published in Rajasthan Medical Journal) March-2008
  • HIV sero prevalence in children and adolescents in a pen – urban community. Abstract accepted in 7th International conference on Urban Health Vancouver, Canada, Oct-2008
  • Present prevalence & future trends of HIV/AIDS in North west India – a six year ICTC based study. Published in Indian Journal of community medicine in April 2009
  • Asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant women. A hospital based study. Published in Asian Journal of Microbiology Biotechnology & environmental sciences, September 2013
  • Non fermentative gram negative bacilli as nosocomial pathogens: Identification and antibiotic sensitivity in clinical samples of indoor patents. Published in Nepal journal of medical science, Vol 3 No2 July-Dec2014
  • Mathur A. Behavioral factors influencing physician’s decision in choosing a new drug: An empirical research among the United Arab Emirates Healthcare providers. International Journal of Medical Science. Educ 2019;6(2):46-51

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