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Prof Dr. PriyadarsiniSamanta | Clinical Physiology | Best Researcher Award

Professor Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences India

Prof. Dr. Priyadarsini Samanta is a distinguished professor at Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, known for her expertise in physiology and extensive research in autism spectrum disorders, heart rate variability, and bioelectric impedance analysis. With a rich academic background and a PhD in Physiology in progress, she has made significant contributions to medical science through her teaching and research efforts.



Prof. Dr. Priyadarsini Samanta holds an MBBS and an MD in Physiology. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Physiology at KIIT Deemed to be University, furthering her research in specialized areas such as autism spectrum disorders and heart rate variability.


With 11 years of teaching and research experience in physiology, Dr. Samanta has guided numerous students and managed several research projects. Her dedication to education and research is evident in her role as a professor at Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, where she has significantly influenced the academic community.

Research Interests

Dr. Samanta’s research focuses on:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Heart Rate Variability
  • Bioelectric Impedance Analysis Her work aims to enhance understanding and treatment of these conditions, contributing to advancements in medical science and patient care.


Dr. Priyadarsini Samanta has been nominated for the Best Researcher Award in recognition of her outstanding contributions to medical research and education. Her innovative research has earned her numerous accolades and a strong reputation in the scientific community.

Publications Top Notes


  1. Bio-electrical impedance phase angle and impedance ratio as predictors of disease severity among critically ill children
    Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health, 2024.
    Cited by: Research on disease severity predictors in critical care.
  2. Comparison of infusions of phenylephrine, norepinephrine, and mephentermine on maternal hemodynamics and neonatal outcomes in caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia
    Journal of Medical Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences, 2024.
    Cited by: Studies on maternal and neonatal outcomes.
  3. Heart Rate Variability in Unexplained Syncope Patients Versus Healthy Controls: A Comparative Study
    Cureus, 2023.
    Cited by: Comparative studies on heart rate variability.
  4. Maladaptive Behavior and Associated Factors among Young Children with Autism
    Indian Journal of Pediatrics, 2022.
    Cited by: Research on autism and behavioral studies.
  5. Sleep quality and associated factors among undergraduate medical students during Covid-19 confinement
    Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health, 2022.
    Cited by: Studies on sleep quality during the pandemic.




PriyadarsiniSamanta | Clinical Physiology | Best Researcher Award

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