Megha Ramaviswanathan's Profile

B.E. (Biomedical Engineering)

Megha Ramaviswanathan

Megha hails from Madurai. She is pursuing Bachelors of Engineering in Biomedical at PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. Her areas of interest are Image Processing and Medical Imaging Systems. She spends her leisure time singing carnatic songs. It is because of her grandmother, that Megha became passionate about singing. She also spends her time reading Tamil novels. She has also read a few novels of Chetan Bhagat, Ravinder Singh and Sudeep Nagarkar. She plays badminton and handball.

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New Research Finds that ACL Tears Occur the Same Way in Men and Women

New Research Finds that ACL Tears Occur the Same Way in Men and Women

Previous research had suggested women are more susceptible to anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears because their knees move differently but a new research reveals that ACL injuries occur the same way in men and women.

Research News
New Data on Understanding the Action of Plitidepsin Discovered

New Data on Understanding the Action of Plitidepsin Discovered

PharmaMar has found that the target of plitidepsin is the eEF1A2 protein and through its bonding to eEF1A2, plitidepsin kills the oncogenic properties of its target.

Research News
Antimicrobial Therapy Helps to Prevent Sepsis in Pneumonia Patients

Antimicrobial Therapy Helps to Prevent Sepsis in Pneumonia Patients

Antimicrobial therapy has the potential for prevention of pneumococcal septicemia, finds a new research.

Respiratory Disease News
New Technology that can Measure Tumor’s Drug Resistance 10 Times Faster found

New Technology that can Measure Tumor’s Drug Resistance 10 Times Faster found

A new, high-speed microscopy platform can measure a cancer cell's resistance to drugs up to 10 times faster than existing technology.

Cancer News
New Way to Starve Pancreatic Tumors Uncovered

New Way to Starve Pancreatic Tumors Uncovered

A novel therapeutic strategy that can block ‘self-eating’ in pancreatic tumors and as well as cut off tumor’s other energy sources found.

Cancer News