Ongoing Research Works
Antihypertensive Potential and Toxicological Evaluation of Kuruthi Azhal Chooranam in Rat Models (NIS/1/2010) by Dr. T. Lakshmikantham, Lecturer, Dept. of Maruthuvam in collaboration with Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai
Preclinical safety and efficacy validation of Siddha Medicines proposed for Vitiligo management (NIS/3/2010)
(As the Principal Investigator is working as Director General, CCRS on deputation from NIS, the Project has been undertaken by CCRS, Chennai)
Standardization and Evaluation of Siddha Purification Process of Sulphur with Evaluation of Preclinical safety and in-vitro efficacy of Ganthaga Mezhugu proposed for Psoriasis (Kalanjaga Padai) Management (NIS/5/2010) by Dr. G. J. Christian, Associate Professor, Dept. of Noi Naadal and Dr.P. Shanmugapriya, Lecturer, Dept. of Nanjunool in collaboration with Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai and Anna University, Chennai.
Standardization and Evaluation of Purification Process of Veeram (Mercuric Per Chloride) Siddha Medicine(NIS/6/2010) by Dr.R. Madhavan, Lecturer, Dept. of Nanjunool in collaboration with SASTRA University, Thanjavur
Dr.S.P.Kopperundevi III Year PG Student (Principal Investigator), Department of Sirappu Maruthuvam got sanctioned Research Grant from The T.N.Dr.MGR Medical University, Chennai for undertaking a project entitled “ A comparative study on Yogam Therapy for the management of MATHUMEGAM” with Siddha medicines which was approved by IEC vide NIS/IEC/10/2016-17 dated 20-05-2016
Promoting the Siddha Intervention for Pandu (Anemia) among rural women at adolescent age in Virudhunagar District, Tamil Nadu” for Promotion of AYUSH intervention in Public Health Initiatives during 2015-16 (Plan)
NIS has initiated a study sponsored by Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India collaborating with Department of Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy, Tamil Nadu Government for assessing the prevalence of anemia amongst adolescent women in Virdhunagar District (Rural area) and prescribed Siddha medicine to anaemic patients to determine the effect through Public Health Initiative scheme for a period of three years during the year 2015-16. The study is expected to be completed by March 2018.