History

        Professor Phyu Phyu Khin was first and foremost head of department. She reported as Professor and head of Physiology Department, University of Medicine Taunggyi at 16.2.2016.

Department Of Physiology (Former Heads)

Former Head

ဇီဝကမၼေဗဒဌာန၏ ပထမဦးဆံုးပါေမာကၡ/ဌာနမွဴးမွာပါေမာကၡ ျဖဴျဖဴခင္ျဖစ္ပါသည္။ ပါေမာကၡေဒါက္တာျဖဴျဖဴခင္သည္ ေဆးတကၠသုိလ္(၂)ရန္ကုန္၊ ဇီဝကမၼေဗဒဌာန၊ တြဲဖက္ပါေမာကၡ ရာထူးမွ ေဆးတကၠသိုလ္(ေတာင္ႀကီး) ဇီဝကမၼေဗဒဌာနပါေမာကၡ/ဌာနမွဴး ရာထူးသို့ တိုးျမင့္ခန္႕ထားျခင္းခံရၿပီး ၂၀၁၆ခုႏွစ္၊ ေဖေဖာ္ဝါရီလ (၁၆)ရက္ေန႕မွစ၍ ယေန႕အထိပါေမာကၡ/ဌာနမွဴး လုပ္ငန္းတာဝန္မ်ားကိုထမ္းေဆာင္ခဲ့ပါသည္။

Name : Prof: Dr. Phyu Phyu Khin
Rank : Professor /  Head
Degree : M.B.,B.S, M.Med.Sc( Physiology), Dip:Med.ED
Phone : 09-795300501
E-mail address : dr.phyu2khin@gmail.com

Department Of Physiology (Academic Staffs)

Name : Dr. Khine Cho Myint
Rank : Lecturer
Degree : M.B.,B.S, M.Med.Sc (Physiology)
Phone : 09-5180313
E-mail address :  kcmmyint@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Nang Kay Thi Myint Aung
Rank : Assistant Lecturer
Degree : M.B.,B.S,M.Med.Sc(Physiology)
Phone : 09-401560936, 09-974138048
E-mail address : nangmokham2014@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Htwe Nandar
Rank : Assistant Lecturer
Degree : M.B.,B.S, M.Med.Sc (Physiology)
Phone : 09-5103628, 09-96326024
E-mail address : htwenandar123@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Thin Thin Yu
Rank : Assistant Lecturer
Degree : M.B., B.S, M.Med.Sc (Physiology)
Phone : 09-5506729
E-mail address : thin2yu@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Thit Thit Aung
Rank : Assistant Lecturer
Degree : M.B., B.S, M.Med.Sc (Physiology)
Phone : 09-5159099
E-mail address : athitlay87@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Wut Hmone Lwin
Rank : Assistant Lecturer
Degree : M.B., B.S, M.Med.Sc (Physiology)
Phone : 09-5033191
E-mail address : wuthmonelwin@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Thiri Wai Linn
Rank : Assistant Lecturer
Degree : M.B., B.S, M.Med.Sc (Physiology)
Phone : 09-43179768
E-mail address : dr.thiri29707@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Shwe Yi Win
Rank : Demonstrator
Degree : M.B., B.S
Phone : 09.5215761
E-mail address : repunzelshweyi2014@gmail.com

Name : Dr. May Thu Khine
Rank : Demonstrator
Degree : M.B., B.S
Phone : 09.796123671
E-mail address : may.thu.khine08@gmail.com

Name : Dr. Phyu Sin Thwin
Rank : Demonstrator
Degree : M.B., B.S
Phone : 09.799866454
E-mail address : Japanmoetain@gmail.com

Name : Daw Thae Thiri Win
Rank : Second Assistance Computer Operator
Degree : B.Sc (Botany)
Phone : 09-428334478
E-mail address : thae5744@gmail.com

Name : Daw Hsu Inzali
Rank : Lab Girl – 4
Degree :
Phone : 09-252784216, 09-796698695
E-mail address :

Name : U Myo Min San
Rank : Lab Boy – 5
Degree :
Phone : 09-250787226, 09-448591462
E-mail address : aungmoemyinttg@gmail.com

Name : Daw Sae Tin
Rank :  Cleaner
Degree :
Phone : 09-781040264
E-mail address :

2016-2017 Academic Year

2017-2018 Academic Year

Courses

1. Teaching hours

 Teaching hours available for  Physiology 2nd MBBS Course :

Lectures                                                           =   295

Tutorials                                                          =   195        595 hours

Practicals                                                         =   105

Class tests Theory (MCQ & MSQ) (4 in number)

Practical                                                           =     58   hours

Grand Total                                                      653   hours

 

1. Modules in Physiology Course

Modules    1                Introduction

Cell Physiology

Excitable Tissues

ANS

Modules     2               Haematology

CVS

Respiration

Modules     3               GI

Renal

Endocrine

Modules     4               Reproduction

Skin & Thermoregulation

CNS

 

Assessment

1. Assessment tool

Theory : Written paper

MCQ     : 5 responses for each stem, minus system, not carried  over

MSQ     : short essay type question

Practical test

2. Assessment types

3. Class work 300 marks

4. Summative assessment

Two theory papers            500 marks

Practical                              200 marks

Total                                  1000 marks

 

3. Class work

Average % of 4 class tests scores and practical test, to be converted to 300.

4. Summative assessment

4.1.Theory paper

Two theory papers of 3 hrs duration, each on two separate days :

500/1000 marks

For each paper :

MCQs :                                                     2 hrs                    125 marks

MSQs : 6 questions, all compulsory : 1 hrs                   125 marks

Paper I : 250/1000 marks

Introduction to Physiology, Cellular Physiology, Physiology of Blood, Excitable Tissues, Autonomic Nervous System, Cardiovascular System, Respiratory System, Gastrointestinal Physiology.

Paper II : 250/1000 marks

Renal Physiology. Regulation of Body Fluid, Endocrinology, Reproduction, Skin and Thermoregulation, Neurophysiology

 

4.2.Practical ( 200/1000 marks )

Each student will have to go through the tests made up of 10 components ( Principles of the tests, Skills, Data interpretation ) : each of

5 minutes duration

5 min  x  10 = 50 min for each candidate

 

5. Pass/Fail/Credit/Distinction criteria

5.1.Pass

Overall aggregate: 50% in separate compartments ( class work, final

theory, Practical exam )

5.2.Moderated Pass

Overall aggregate: 46% in only one compartment

5.3.Fail

Overall aggregate: less than 46% or

Moderated marks in two compartments

5.4.Passed with Distinction

All the following criteria must be fulfilled.

  • Class work

(a) must have score at least 200/300 marks

(b) must have appeared for all the class tests and scored at least 50% in any of the test.

(2)     Final theory paper

(a) must have scored at least 50% in each of the four theory compartments

(b) no un-attempted questions or zero in MSQ

(c) must be of sufficient quality to satisfy the examiners

(3)     Practical Paper

(a) must have scored at least 50% in each of the compartments

(b) noun-attempted questions or zero in each of the compartments

(4)     Final score :   750/1000 marks and above

(5)    In Viva voce ,  must satisfy by the examiners

 

5.5.Passed with Credit

(1) Those students who attain 65% in all subjects in Second MBBS will be

awarded CREDIT for that year.

  • If the total marks score is more than 750/1000 , it will be reduced to

740/1000 marks.

 

Prescribed Textbooks:

  1. Barrett K.E., Barman S.M., Boitano, S and Brooks H.L, (2010) Ganong’s

Review of Medical Physiology 23rd edition, McGraw Hill

  1. Hall J.E. (2011) Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology.12th edition ELSEVIER SAUNDERS

Referenced Books 

  1. Agamemnon D. and Stefan S. (2003) Color atlas of Physiology 5th edition
  2. Mackenna B. R. and Callander R. (1997) Illustrated Physiology 6th edition

CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE

  1. Vander et. Al. (2001) Human Physiology. The Mechanism of Body Functions 8th The McGraw-Hill companies

Koeppen B. M. and Stanton B. A. (2010) Berne and Levy Physiology 6th edition, ELSEVIER MOSBY

 

Students Activity

Students were participated in students research on “Effects of isotopic and  isometric exercises on cardiovascular system: to assess Heart  rate, SBP, DBP”(21.9.2018)

2nd MMUPQ lunch at the common lab, UMTGI

Breakfast at the SSHH after walking exercise from UMTGI to SSHH 1-2017 batch

Demonstrators at the paying homage ceremony 1-2017 batch

Departure for the 16th IMSPQ, KL, Malaysia

Diuresis practical 1-2017 batch (1)

Diuresis practical 1-2017 batch (2)

Diuresis practical 1-2017 batch (3)

Diuresis practical 1-2017 batch

Farewell to Demonstrators who are leaving for MSc (1)

Farewell to Demonstrators who are leaving for MSc

Fresher welcome 1-2018 batch

Guest Professor from Thiland visits UMTGI lecture theatre

New Year night Dec 2016

New Year Party Dec 2016 (1)

New Year Party Dec 2016

Opening physiology’s kitchen (1)

Opening physiology’s kitchen (2)

Opening physiology’s kitchen (3)

Opening physiology’s kitchen

Paying homage ceremony of 1-2017 batch(1)

Paying homage ceremony of 1-2017 batch

Paying homage to Physiology Professor at Ta-dinn-kyut

Paying homage to Physiology Professorat Ta-dinn-kyut

Paying homage to Physiology Professorat Thinn-gyan (1)

Paying homage to Physiology Professorat Thinn-gyan

Physiology family at the Dream hot-pot

Physiology practical 1-2017 batch

Physiology practical exam 1-2017 batch

Physiology teachers donating blood for Physiology practical

Physiology test questions for preparing final exam 1-2017 batch

Poster presentation, TBL 1-2017 batch

Poster presentation, TBL 1-2017 batch (1)

Preparing for New Year party Dec 2016 (1)

Preparing for New Year Party Dec 2016

Preparing hamatology practical

Preparing with newly appointed Demonstrators for teaching

Refresher course at the University of Malaya, Malaysia (16th IMSPQ)

Shan traditional dance at the cultural concert of the 16th IMSPQ

Student research 1-2018 (1)

Student research 1-2018 batch (2)

Student research 1-2018

Student research, isometric exercise 1-2018 (1)

Student research, isometric exercise 1-2018

Student research, isotonic exercise 1-2018 (1)

Student research, isotonic exercise 1-2018 (2)

Student research, isotonic exercise 1-2018

Student research, measuring BP (2) 1-2018

Student research, measuring BP 1-2018 (1)

Student research, measuring BP 1-2018

Student research, measuring BP, HR 1-2018 batch

Students for the 2nd MMUPQ, UMTGI (1)

Students for the 2nd MMUPQ, UMTGI

Students from UMTGI during the written test of the 16th IMSPQ

Team UMTGI at the 16th IMSPQ

Team UMTGI for the 16th IMSPQ

The 1st Physiology practical 1-2017 batch

The 1st teaching staffs of Physiology

UMTGI and UM-2 at the 16th IMSPQ

UMTGI Physiology team at the 2nd MMUPQ, UMTGI

Departmental Research

Teachers in the Physiology Department are trying to do the following research.

“Study on cognitive function and blood cell rhythm in late sleep students”