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Dr. Aditya Balakrishna Sathe


Teaching Hospital




Medical Biochemistry

Clinical Title

Professor & Head

Languages Spoken

English, Hindi, Marathi

Academic Title



17 Years 3 Months


Dr. Aditya Sathe holds a graduate degree in Medical Sciences (MBBS) and a Post graduate degree in the specialty of Biochemistry conferred by Pune University. He has also been awarded with the degree of Diplomate of National Board (DNB) in the practice of Biochemistry after passing the Post graduate level examination conducted by the National Board of Examinations, New Delhi.

He has worked as a medical teacher for the subject of Biochemistry for various undergraduate and postgraduate level degree and diploma programs at renowned institutes like the B J Medical College, Pune and the Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai, and is now working as Professor of Biochemistry with the K J Somaiya Medical College and Hospital since more than ten years.

Apart from teaching assignments he has contributed to the clinical biochemistry laboratory of the hospitals attached to the medical colleges by supervising the routine activity of the laboratory, and ensuring accuracy of results of various biochemical tests by implementing standard quality control protocols.

He is actively involved in research activity in the field of medical education and clinical biochemistry and has completed a number of research projects and has published a number of research papers in both these specialties.

In recognition of his achievements he was awarded with Dr. S K Somaiya Award for Excellence in teaching in the year 2017 by the Somaiya trust.

Education & Training


DNB [Nbe], M B B S [Pune], M D [Pune]


  1. Advanced Course in Health Sciences Education Technology, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, September 2009
  2. Basic Workshop in Research Methodology, K J Somaiya Medical College, July 2012
  3. Internal Auditor and Quality Management Systems Certificate Course, Foundation for Quality (India), August 2014
  4. 3T Bioethics Training workshop for Medical Teachers, UNESCO Chair Bioethics, August 2015
  5. Advanced course in Medical Education Technology, Medical Council of India, April 2016
  6. Revised Basic Course Workshop in Medical Education Technology, Medical Council of India, September 2016


Awards & Honours

  1. Dr. S K Somaiya Award for Excellence in teaching, Somaiya Trust, 9th September 2017


  1. Sathe AB, Bhalkar MS. Undisplayed bicarbonate Ion concentration In arterial blood gas analysis. J Clin Diagn Res 2013;7:2945-6.
  2. Sathe AB. Faculty perceptions about introducing Case Based Learning (CBL) in Biochemistry for first year MBBS students: A preliminary study. Somaiya Med J 2014;1:42-50.
  3. Sathe AB, Bhalkar MS, Bhadre RB, Mosamkar SP. Management of Internal Quality Control (IQC) data in a clinical biochemistry laboratory using spreadsheet software. Somaiya Med J 2015;2:31-9.
  4. Bhadre RB, Sathe AB, Bhalkar MS, Mosamkar SP. Comparison of Objective Structured Viva Voce with Traditional Viva Voce. International Journal of Healthcare and Biomedical Research 2016;5:62-7
  5. Sathe AB, Bhadre RB, Bhalkar MS, Mosamkar SP. Subjective versus objective item analysis of Multiple Choice Questions. International J. of Healthcare and Biomedical Research 2017;5:89-94.
  6. Sathe AB, Bhalkar MS, Bhadre RB, Mosamkar SP. Student perception of Controlled Automated Lecture in comparison with the Traditional Lecture. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research; 2017;6:234-41.
  7. Dr. Ramakrishnan M, Sathe AB, Sabnis VA. Item analysis: A tool to increase MCQ validity. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research 2017;6:184-189

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