Dr. Meera Pillai is a Consultant Microbiologist at the Microbiology department of MVRCCRI, where she has been working since 2017. She obtained her MBBS and MD in Microbiology, and has previously held positions as an Assistant Professor at AIMS, Kochi and GMC, Kozhikode. Dr. Pillai’s clinical interests include Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobial Stewardship. With her extensive experience and expertise in the field of Microbiology, she is committed to providing excellent patient care and contributing to the advancement of the field.
Consultant Microbiologist,July 2017 till date,MVRCCRI
Assistant Professor,July 2016- July 2017,GMC, Kozhikode
Assistant Professor,May 2015-June2016,AIMS,Kochi
Skin and soft tissue infections due to Shewanella algae – An emerging pathogen. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic research. 9(2):DC 16-DC 20.DOI:10.7860/JCDR/2015/12152.5585
Saksanaea oblongispora an emerging Zygomycete leading to necrotizing fasciitis- A case report and literature review.
A case of Onychomycosis caused by Aspergillus flavus.
Chromoblastomycosis due to Fonsecaea pedrosoi- an old wine in a rare bottle.
MBBS- Shri B.M. Patil Medical college- September 2010
MD Microbiology- Amrita Institute of Medical Science- May 2015
BLS from American Heart Association.
Respectfully called MVR, the late MV Raghavan was one of the revolutionary leaders of the Communist movement in Kerala. Born in an ordinary family in Pappinissery, Kannur, his political life began in his early teens. He served two terms as Minister of Co-operation and Ports in Kerala during 1991-1996 and 2001-2006. MVR revolutionized the co-operative sector by taking the people-powered movement to healthcare and education in the State. MV Raghavan realized the role of the co-operative movement in social development and job creation and he was instrumental in setting up various institutions in the state.