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Dr. Anubhav Pandey

Head - Clinical Labs





Dr. Anubhav Pandey is presently working as Head-Clinical Labs at Amrita Hospitals, Faridabad (Delhi NCR). He is a highly accomplished Clinical Microbiologist and Clinical Laboratory Professional with more than 17 years of experience post MD. He did his MBBS from King George Medical College, Lucknow and MD in Microbiology form All India institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi and further to it three Senior Residency programme from AIIMS, Delhi.

Dr. Anubhav is a lead Auditor for ISO 9001 and CAP, Internal auditor for ISO15189 and NABH assessor as well. He has worked in the organizations of repute at senior profiles. He has been a significant organizational contributor with broad range of Management and Technology skills applicable to innovating and growing start-up medical company or developing new entity within corporate technology structure. During his tenure in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi as a Senior Resident, he developed a special interest in Clinical Virology and as result he end up setting up Dengue referral lab (2006) within the institute. He has authored more than 15 publications in national and international journals, and authored book chapters.

He also did Infectious Disease Course from P.D. Hinduja National Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Mumbai and Henry Ford Health System, USA. Post this he joined Reference laboratory of SRL diagnostics in Gurgaon, wherein he was instrumental in setting up Swine flu diagnostic lab (2009) during the outbreak setting. During his tenure at SRL, he established five field labs for screening of HIV and AIDS related complications in IV drug users. Further to it, he moved to Metro group of Hospitals, Delhi NCR and later on he went on establishing chain of Diagno Labs. He also worked at Cryoviva during this period and developed keen interest in Stem cells and bio-therapeutics.

  • M.B.B.S.(King George’s Medical College, Lucknow)
  • M.D. Microbiology (All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi)
  • Senior Resident ( AIIMS New Delhi)
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital and Health care Management (PGDHHM) ( Symbiosis Centre of Health Care, Pune.
  • Clinical Microbiology
  • Clinical Virology
  • Quality Assurance
  • Stem cell Culture & Development
  • Bio-Therapeutics
  • Infectious Diseases Certificate Course” (IDCC) organized by P.D. Hinduja National Hospital and Medical Research Centre, Mumbai and Henry Ford Health System, USA- 2007
  • Quality Management System and Internal Audit as per IS/ISO 15189– 2011
  • Lead Auditor: Quality Management System IS/ISO 9001-2015
  • NABH assessor-2022

Recipient of best poster award for presentation entitled “Detection of Ureaplasma Urealyticum by Polymerase Chain Reaction and Its Clinical Significance” at The Academic Meet of the Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists- Delhi Chapter, held In April 2005 at Rockland Hospital, Qutab Industrial Estate, New Delhi.

  1. Medical Director, CelluGen Biotech Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon (2016-2019)
  2. Assistant Vice-President- Diagno Labs Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon (2013-2016)
  3. Assistant Vice-President, Lab Operations of Cryoviva Biotech Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon (2012-2015)
  4. Consultant Microbiologist and In-charge Hospital Infection Control, Metro Hospitals and Heart Institute, Noida (2011- 2012)
  5. Microbiologist, Clinical Reference Laboratory, Super Religare Laboratories (SRL) (2009-2012)
  6. Senior Resident- Department of Microbiology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi (2006-2009)

Articles and book Chapters

  1. Establishment of Public Cord Blood Banks – The Need of the Hour in India. Suriya Narayanan, Jaianand Kannaiyan, Palaniyandi M, Rajangam B, Bhavna A, Anubhav Pandey*. JMSCR Volume 05 Issue 01 January 2017.
  2. Umbilical Cord Blood Transplant- Are We Doing Enough? Arora B, Bhargava B, Dua V, Dayama A, Pandey A. Hematol Transfus Int J 2016, 3(2): 00064.
  3. Biological and synthetic scaffold: an extra cellular matrix for constructive tissue engineering. Jaianand K , Hemlata C , Palaniyandi M , Rajangam B , Suriya S , Anubhav P (Anubhav P, Corresponding Author). International Journal of Medical Research and Review October, 2016/ Vol 4/Issue 10.
  4. Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy in Knee Osteoarthritis: The Way Forward. Arora B, Suriyanarayanan S, Pandey A (Pandey A, Corresponding author). J Stem Cell Res Ther 2016, 1(5): 00032.
  5. Mesenchymal Stem cells in Optic Nerve Atrophy: A novel therapeutic Approach. Arora B, Suriyanarayanan S, Pandey A (Pandey A, Corresponding author). Hematol and Transfus Int J 2016,2(5):00049
  6. Amniotic membrane as a scaffold in wound healing and diabetic foot ulcer: an experimental technique and recommendations. Jaianand K (Pandey A, Corresponding Author) et al. Int J Res Med Sci. 2016 Aug;4(8):3654-3660
  7. Integration of In-silico approaches for designing B cell Epitopes for Disease Diagnosis. Saxena N, Anubhav Pandey, Ahuja A and Kumar V. International Journal of Clinical Research. Vol 6, issue,08,pp.7746-7753, August,2014.
  8. Co-infections due to Leptospira, dengue and Hepatitis E: A diagnostic Challenge. Behera B, Chaudhry R, Anubhav Pandey et al. J Infect Dev Ctries 2010; 4(1):048-050.
  9. Book chapter entitled “MDR/XDR TB in North India 2008” in Ranbaxy Science Foundation, Round Table Conference Series, 2010. Bansidhar Tarai, Ehsanual Haque Anjum, Anubhav Pandey, Ashok Rattan
  10. Probiotic monograph 2009 Rama Chaudhry,Nidhi Sharma and Anubhav Pandey
  11. Book Chapter entitled “Bacteroides fragilis” in the book MOLECULAR DETECTION OF FOODBORNE PATHOGENS (Edited by Dongyou Liu) 2009. Rama Chaudhry, Anubhav Pandey & Nidhi Sharma.
  12. Infection potpourri: Are we watching? Rama Chaudhry, Anubhav Pandey, Anupam Das, Shobha Broor. Indian J Pathol Microbiol. 2009 Jan-Mar; 52(1):125.
  13. Pulmonary involvement in leptospirosis: A diagnostic enigma. Rama Chaudhry, Anubhav Pandey, D. Chandel, Benu Dhawan, D.K. Gupta and Pinaki Panigrahi. The Indian Journal of Chest Diseases and Allied Sciences. Vol-51, Jan-Mar, 2009 page-53.
  14. Concurrent infections by all four dengue virus serotypes during an outbreak of Dengue in 2006 in Delhi, India. Bharaj P, Chahar HS, Pandey A, Diddi K, Dar L, Guleria R, Kabra SK, Broor S. Virol J. 2008 Jan 9; 5(1):1.
  15. The Evolution of Dengue over a Decade in Delhi, India. Pandey A, Diddi K, Dar L, Bharaj P, Chahar HS, Guleria R, Kabra SK, Broor S. J Clin Virol. 2007 Sep; 40(1):87-88.
  16. Colonization and Clinical Significance of Ureaplasma urealyticum in premature (<34 weeks) neonates. Pandey A, Dhawan B, Gupta V, Chaudhry R & Deorari A.K. Indian J Med Res 125, May 2007, pp 679-684.