BVSc&AH, MVSc (Veterinary Surgery & Radiology), Ph.D. (Sweden-Medical Sciences), FELASA 'C' (Sweden), PDF (Sweden-Tissue Engineering), Fellow in NHP Medicine and Management (FL, USA), MBA (Operations and Production Management), PGD (Bio-Techno-Preneur), PGD (Public Health Nutrition)  

Scientist ‘D’ (Veterinary Sciences)
Animal Facility

Contact:  040-27197206

Brief Profile

Dr. Patil is a distinguished figure in the realm of medical research, hailed for his remarkable contributions across various disciplines. With a career spanning several groundbreaking projects, Dr. Patil has established himself as an exceptional scientist, garnering recognition for his innovative methodologies and transformative developments in medical technology.
Early in his career (2008), Dr. Patil developed a pioneering wet lab model for Endourology residents to train in renal pyeloplasty without stress. This success laid the foundation for his future endeavors. He was an integral part of multiple core teams, contributing significantly to the standardization of procedures in various medical domains, including cataract surgery in dogs, interlocking nails for dogs, and trans-carotid external iliac stenting in rabbit models.
One of Dr. Patil's remarkable achievements was in 2012 when he played a pivotal role in the creation of the world's first tissue-engineered vein and trachea scaffold. This groundbreaking technology was successfully transplanted into patients, marking a significant milestone in medical history and gaining recognition with publication in The Lancet.
He has worked in several NGOs for animal welfare in different states and same efforts in welfare of animals were seen in Lab animal science where he was instrumental in developing modified restraining chair for non-human primates, low mortality animal models in rodents and refined techniques of bone marrow collection in dogs.
His collaborative efforts extended internationally, evidenced by his involvement in developing a modified protocol for uterus transplantation in a baboon model with the Cleveland Clinic Surgical Team in 2016. Dr. Patil also contributed significantly to the establishment of India's first monkey research Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) facility at Zydus Research Center in 2018, and establishing MNVT protocol for vaccine testing (WHO requirement for exporting vaccine) in nonhuman primates showcasing his commitment to advancing research infrastructure.
Throughout his career, Dr. Patil's relentless pursuit of innovation led to several technological advancements, including the development of Autosense Tissue Engineering Bioreactors and bubble trappers (2015). He also contributed to the establishment of a wet and dry lab for laparoscopy in Mumbai Veterinary College and a biobank for transplantation-related human samples in Gothenburg University, Sweden (2009).
Dr. Patil's contributions weren't confined solely to technological advancements. His expertise and leadership were recognized through awards and grants, including the Best Teacher Award (2023), Grant from International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation, Sweden, and other research grants. He also been awarded with an O-1 visa by the US government in the extraordinary scientist category. His commendable efforts were acknowledged through numerous awards for teaching, presentations, and research excellence.
Dr. Patil's relentless commitment to scientific progress, coupled with his multidisciplinary approach and remarkable achievements, stands as a testament to his invaluable contributions to the field of medical science. His passion lies in policy development for strengthening the nation. He has a professional background in veterinary medicine, and he possess a comprehensive understanding of various fields, which enables him to work for One Health Concept.

Total publications :29
  1. Millets: Empowering the society with nutrient-rich superfoods to achieve sustainable development goals. (2023) Journal of Drug Research in Ayurvedic Sciences | Published by Wolters Kluwer - Medknow
  2. A nude mutant rat derived from Sprague Dawley-National Institute of Nutrition rat colony with normal thymus: A potential model for noncommunicable diseases. Indian Journal of Pharmacology (2023)
  3. Effect of ethyl gallate and propyl gallate on dextran sulfate sodium (DSS)-induced ulcerative colitis in C57BL/6 J mice: preventive and protective. (2023) Inflammopharmacology (2023)
  4. Gut microbe characterization of mutant substrains of wistar/NIN rat. (2023) The Pharma journal
  5. Evaluation of superoxide dismutase levels in rodent visceral organs and tissues after feeding a diet fortified with chilli for three months. EPRA-IJMR. Volume: 8| Issue: 8
  6. Effect of 3 months-feeding of a powder diet fortified with chilli (Guntur, Bird's eye, and Naga king) on superoxide dismutase levels in SD rat. EPRA-IJMR. Volume: 8| Issue: 7
  7. Joshi, M., Patil, P. B., et al. Chemokine-Mediated Robust Augmentation of Liver Engraftment: A Novel Approach. Stem Cells Translational Medicine.
  8. Patel, A., , Patil, P. B., et al. Comparative effects of Sirolimus-eluting versus bare-metal stents on neointimal hyperplasia in balloon-injured external iliac artery of rabbits. Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences. 39.
  9. Olausson, M., Patil, P. B., et al. In vivo application of tissue-engineered veins using autologous peripheral whole blood: a proof-of-concept study. Ebiomedicine DOI: 10.1016/j.ebiom.2014.09.001.
  10. Banerjee, D., Harvey, D., Patil, P. B., et al. Epithelial MUC1/Muc1 Promotes Cell migration, Reduces Apoptosis & Affects Levels of Mucosal Modulators during Acetylsalicylic Acid (Aspirin) Induced Gastropathy. (PMID:25387004) Biochemical Journal.
  11. Patil V. N., Patil P. B., et al. Cataract & ECCE – an evaluation on 60 canine cases registered at Anand, Gujarat (India) region. European Journal of Biomedical & pharmaceutical sciences. 1 (3): 326-339.
  12. Patil, V. N., Patil, P. B., et al. Extracapsular cataract surgery in canine – A pictorial view. International Journal of Veterinary Science & Research. 1(1): 1-6.
  13. Patil, P. B., et al. Animal for stents or stents for animals – an area under construction (Part I). Journal of Pharmaceutical Biology. 4 (4): 167-172.
  14. Patil, P. B., et al. Animal for stents or stents for animals – an area under construction (Part II). Journal of Science. 4 (7): 437-445.
  15. Patil, P. B., et al. Phenotypic & in vivo functional characterization of immortalized human fetal liver cells. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology. 49 (6): 705–714.
  16. Talekar, S. H., Patil, P. B. et al. Evaluation of dual drug-eluting stent (Heparin &Sirolimus) into renal artery using retrograde trans-femoral canine model. J. Cell Tissue Res. 13(2): 3663-3667.
  17. Talekar, S. H., Patil P. B., et al. Guidelines for histological analyses of vascular stent in animal models. J. Cell Tissue Res. 13 (2): 3669-3672.
  18. Patil, P. B., et al. Evaluation of Heparin-Sirolimus eluting stent (HSES) with Sirolimus-eluting stent (SES) for anti-thrombotic properties in external iliac arteries of rabbit. J. Cell Tissue Res. 13 (2): 3673-3677.
  19. Olausson, M., Patil, P. B., et al. Transplantation of an allogeneic vein bioengineered with autologous stem cells: a proof-of-concept study. The Lancet. 380:9838: 230-7.
  20. Chougule, P., , Patil, P. B., et al. Isolation & characterization of human primary enterocytes from small intestine using a novel method. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology. 47 (11): 1334-43.
  21. Joshi, M., Patil, P.B., et al. Fetal liver-derived MSC augment engraftment of transplanted hepatocytes. Cytotherapy.14(6):657-69.
  22. Mishra, S., , Patil, P. B., et al. Validation of Virtual Reality Simulation for Percutaneous Renal Access Training. Journal of Endourology. 24:4: 635-40.
  23. Rane, G. U., Patil, P. B. Evaluation of CO2 over Iopromide as contrast for renal angiography in dogs. IJVS, 30:1.
  24. Hegde, U., , Patil, P.B. (2009). Is Carbon Dioxide safe & good as alternative contrast for Diatrizoate Meglumine in Digital subtraction angiography? Ind. J. Nephro. 19:1:15-19.
  25. Talekar, S. H., Patil, P. B. (2009). Trans-femoral technique for renovascular stent evaluation in dogs. IJVS, 30:2: 113-114.
  26. Ramachandran, A., Patil, P. B., et al. (2008). A Novel training model for laparoscopic pyeloplasty using chicken crop. Journal of Endourology. 22:4: 725-8.
  27. Patil, P. B., et al. (2007). Catheterization of carotid artery for iliac stenting in rabbits. IJVS, 28 (2): 133-134.
  28. Patel, S. S. Patil, P. B. (2007). Comparative evaluation of ultrasound guided renal biopsy using 14- & 16-gauge Tru-cut biopsy needles in adult dogs. IJVS, 28:2: 125-127.
  29. Pal, M. & Patil, P. B. (2006). Isolation of staphylococcus aureus from wound of hanuman langur. Zoos’ Print J. 21:2: 173
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