Department of Human Physiology was started in July 1923 along with the Medical College with Dr.M.L. Kamath as the first Professor followed by several Stalwarts.  The dept. was selected as one of the 7 centres for Neurophysiological work in India in 1963 under Dr.P. Brahmayya Sastry by the International Brain Research Foundation. The dept. has awarded many Ph.D. and MD degrees.

Human physiology is a branch of science that focuses on the study of how the human body functions. It covers a wide range of topics, including the structure and function of cells, tissues, organs, and systems within the body. The human physiology department is a department within Andhra Medical College that is dedicated to the study of human physiology. This department typically employs researchers and faculty members who specialize in various aspects of human physiology, and offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the field.

Medical students who complete courses in human physiology as part of their undergraduate degree are equipped with a deep understanding of the functions of the human body at the cellular, tissue, and organ level. This knowledge is essential for students who are going on to clinical departments, where they will diagnose and treat patients with a variety of medical conditions.

The Department of Physiology at Andhra Medical College maintains a well-equipped library with a wide range of books, journals, and digital resources. The library houses textbooks, reference books, and monographs covering various aspects of physiology and related fields. These resources are available to faculty members, research scholars, and students of the department for consultation and reference.

In addition to the departmental library, the Physiology Department of Andhra Medical College also has a well-equipped lecture gallery with a seating capacity of 150. The lecture gallery is designed to facilitate effective teaching and learning and is equipped with modern audio-visual aids. There are also two demo rooms with a capacity of 100 each, which are used for demonstrations and practical classes.

The demo rooms are also equipped with audio-visual aids to aid in teaching and learning. These facilities are utilized by faculty members to conduct lectures, demonstrations, and discussions on various topics related to physiology. The audio-visual aids include projectors, smart boards, and other digital devices.

List of Teaching Faculty


S.NoNameDesignationMobile Number  Mail ID
1Dr.M.Padma GeethanjaliProfessor &
2Dr.M. Usha
3Dr.D. Taraka LakshmiAssociate
4Sub Lieutenant Dr.P.S.N. RajuAssociate
6Dr.Ch. Krishna VeniAssistant
7Dr.M. Joshna RaniAssistant
8Dr.R. SrinadhAssistant
9Dr.N. Sheela IndiraAssistant
10Dr.Ch.B. Sai SrinivasAssistant
11Dr.V. Venkata RajeshAssistant
12Dr.K. Bhavya BhavaniAssistant
13Dr Amar SandeepAssistant

List of Postgraduates

S.NoNameDesignationMobile NumberMail ID
1Dr.T.S. MadhuriFinal
2Dr.M. Rama DeviFinal
3Dr.M. Kamala PriyadarshiniFinal
4Dr.T. SrinivasFinal
5Dr. Shaik AmeenaSecond
6Dr.M. KamalakarSecond
7Dr.G. Swati LakshmiSecond
8Dr.V. Sai ShanmukhSecond
9Dr.Priya Ranjita PatnaikFirst
10Dr. Neehal LingamFirst

List of Non Teaching Staff

S.NoNameDesignationMobile Number  Mail ID
1M. KamarajuLab
2K. SatyavathiLab
3B.B. JeevithaLab
4E. Narasimha MurthyLab
5B. SatyanarayanaOffice
6M. Manga VeniOffice
7V. Raajulamma
8P. Vijay Kumar