Dr. Weena Stanley

Associate Professor

Department of Medicine


    Head of unit- Medicine unit 3



Subject Semester / Year
General Medicine 4th Semester


Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MRCP Royal College Of Physicians, London 2010
MD General Medicine Kasturba Medical College, Manipal 2008
MBBS Kottayam Medical College, Kottayam 1997


Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
KMC, Manipal Associate Professor 2015 till date
KMC, Manipal Assistant Professor 2010 to 2015
KMC, Manipal Senior Resident 2008 to 2010
KMC, Manipal Junior Resident 2004 to 2008


Area of Interest

Internal Medicine

Area of Expertise


Area of Research

Endocrinology, Toxicology, Cardiology

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

KMC Manipal

Anti-phospholipid antibody syndrome presenting as right sided endocarditis in a young male.

2015-01-05 Madireddy J Stanley W Prabhu MM

Journal of Cardiovascular disease research (as on May 2015)

Cerebral salt wasting syndrome in a patient of scrub typhus

2015-01-04 Stanley W Saikumar CH Prabhu MM Mohan VB

International Journal of Recent Scientific Research Vol.6,Issue,4,pp.3747-3749,April,2015

Interstitial lung disease probably caused by imipramine.

2014-01-03 Deshpande PR Ravi R Gouda S Stanley W Hande MH

American journal of therapeutics

Tropical Pyomyositis presenting as Sepsis with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

2011-01-04 Gouda TGS Hande MH Stanley W Bekur R

Asian Pacific journal of tropical medicine

Sitagliptin-induced hemolysis.

2010-01-10 Bekur R Nagaraja MV Shivasankara KN Stanley W

Indian journal of pharmacology

Validation of Liano Score in Acute renal failure: A prospective study in Indian patients.

2009-01-01 Varricatt VP (Weena Stanley) Rau NR Attur RP Baig WV

Clinical and experimental nephrology

Improving the existing cardiovascular risk scoring systems for better prediction in type 2 diabetes mellitus with and without coronary artery disease: A cross sectional study

07-09-2021 M.M. Prabhu Weena Stanley

Biomedicine (India)

Guillian-barre syndrome with falciparum malaria and scrub typhus mixed infection-an unusual combination

01-09-2017 Weena Stanley M.M. Prabhu

Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research

Relation between Vitamin D Deficiency and Severity of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease-A Case Control Study

2016 Jan Weena Stanley M.M. Prabhu

Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research

Diagnostic Utility of Serum Ascites Lipid and Protein Gradients in Differentiation of Ascites

2 June 2019 Mukhyaprana Prabhu Weena Stanley

International Journal of Hepatology

Insulin therapy for treating hypertriglyceridemia-A case report from a tertiary care hospital in coastal Karnataka, India

2020 Chakraborty A, Stanley W, Prabhu MM

Malaysian Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 2020; 23(2) : 30-3

Association of fibrinogen and D dimer levels with severity of acute coronary syndromes

2021 Prabhu MM, Madireddi JM, Shetty RR, Stanley W

Journal of Rare Cardiovascular Diseases. 2021 Feb 16.

Improving the existing cardiovascular risk scoring systems for betwithout coronary artery disease: A cross sectional studyter prediction in type 2 diabetes mellitus with and

2021 Chakraborty A, Prabhu MM, Stanley W

Biomedicine. 2021 Sep 7; 41(2) : 454-7

Anthropometric Indices and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus as a Risk Factor in Predicting Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease–A Prospective Study in Indian Population.

2022 Suvarna R, Nasir MA, Stanley W, Prabhu MM

Indian Journal of Community Medicine. 2022 Jul 1;47(3):386-90.

Low high density lipoprotein cholesterol levels and acute coronary syndrome in young patients admitted at a tertiary care facility

2022 Chakraborty A, Kumar C, Prabhu M

Caspian J Intern Med 2022; 13(4): 675-680.

A study of cardiovascular profile in patients with primary hypothyroidism. Biomedicine

2022 Kumar A, Prabhu MM, Bhat N, Stanley W

2022 Sep 12;42(4):766-70.

An unusual case of familial hyperlipidemia with statin induced rhabdomyolysis.

2022 Chakraborty A, Stanley W, Prabhu MM

Biomedicine. 2022 Mar 5;42(1):190-4.