Dr. Meruna Bose

Assistant Professor

Dr. Meruna Bose has joined in been working as academician, researcher with clinical experience in field of Physiotherapy specialized in Neuro Physiotherapy for 14 plus years in India. She is proficient in developing an efficient interface of academic knowledge with clinical hands on skills for learners and executing various research ideas in field of Neuro Physiotherapy. She has published her work in various national and international journals and has been actively contributing towards scientific knowledge in Physiotherapy by participating in various national and international conferences and workshops.

Areas of Interest:

  • Rehabilitation of Adult Neurological conditions
  • Rehabilitation of Pediatric Neurological conditions

Education:

  • PhD. from Mahatma Gandhi Mission Institute of Health Sciences, India, 2018
  • PGD Health Care & Hospital Management & PGD Medico Legal System from Symbiosis Centre of Health Sciences, Pune, India, 2010-11
  • Master of Physiotherapy Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore India, 2006
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, India, 2003

Publications:

  • Sawant, N.Bose, M.and Parab, S. (2020), “Dexteria app. therapy versus conventional hand therapy in stroke”, Journal of Enabling Technologies, Vol. 14 No. 4, pp. 221-231. [link]
  • Shrutika Parab, Meruna Bose, Sakina Shayer, Ramandeep Kaur Saini,Madhura Salvi, Pooja Ravi, Prajakta Sawant. Effect of Bharatnatyam-based Dance Therapy in Children and Adolescents with Down Syndrome. Clinical Kinesiology. Fall, 2019;73(3):15-20. [link]
  • Shrutika Parab, Meruna Bose, Sailakshmi Ganesan. Influence of Random and Blocked Practice Schedules on Motor Learning in Children Aged 6–12 Years. Critical Reviews™ in Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine.2018; 30(3):239–254. [link]