Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
MGM School of Physiotherapy, Navi Mumbai is committed to contribute towards meaningful research with societal benefit, in cognizance with national health care needs. MGM School of Physiotherapy, Navi Mumbai follows the MGMIHS policy on Intellectual Property Rights for promoting growth, advancement and benefits of the Institute and its participants. IPR policy includes ownership, protection, process of making application for protection of Intellectual Property Rights, the rights therein and commercial exploitation of IPR.
The institute has a comprehensive detailed and robust framework of rules, regulations and guidelines to ensure the smooth application of the processes to achieve the desired results.
The IP policy aims to deliver a fair and transparent process to aid and motivate the innovators, researchers, faculty, students and other stakeholders to pursue quality research work, which in term will contribute to science and the society. Our goal is to explore advanced and affordable evaluation and treatment strategies for patient care while adopting the highest level of ethical practices. At MGM Centre of Human Movement Science, a center of excellence of MGMHIS we undertake interdisciplinary, collaborative research with international and national Institutes of excellence. Thrust areas of research include Human Movement Science, design and validation of rehabilitation technology, health promotion and conservative spine care. Our research endeavors have resulted in 14 registered copyrights with the Indian Copyright Office and 2 patent applications.
|Sr. No.||Invention Title||Name of Inventors||Patent No.||Date of Filing|
|A device for measurement of properties of a body part||Maurya Amit
|A Device For Screening of a Diabetic Foot||Nishant Kathpal
|Sr. No.||Invention Title||Name of Inventors||Copyright Registration Number||Date of Approval|
|MGM reference values for gait kinematic variables in healthy Indian adult||Rajani Mullerpatan, Triveni Shetty, Bela Agarwal||L-103652/2021||25/05/2021|
|Reference values for hand grip and pinch strength for healthy Indian adults||Rajani Mullerpatan, Mamta Shetty||L-100130/2021||06/03/2021|
|3 Dimensional Gait Report for children: 6-9 years||Rajani Mullerpatan||L-97873/2020||21/12/20|
|Comparison of palmar abduction in three wrist positions among health adults using conventional finger goniometer||Rajani Mullerpatan, Anisha Gulati||L-97865/2020||21/12/2020|
|Pediatric Fitness testing Report: Males 6-12 Years||Bela Agarwal, Bhoomika Sawant, Rajani Mullerpatan||L-97874/2020||21/12/2020|
|Reference values for hand grip and pinch strength for healthy Indian Adolescents||Rajani Mullerpatan, Mamta Shetty||L-97877/2020||21/12/2020|
|Translated and validated marathi version of Shoulder Pain And Disability Index (SPADI)questionnaire||Apeksha Pahade, Surendra Wani, Rajani Mullerpatan||L-97633/2020||12/11/20|
|3 Dimensional Gait Report for Children : 9 to 12 years||Rajani Mullerpatan, Triveni Shetty||L-93922/2020||8/21/2020|
|MGM Paediatric Fitness Testing Report: Males 13- 18 Years||Bela Agarwal, Rajani Mullerpatan||L-93923/2020||8/21/2020|
|Reference Values for Spatiotemporal Variables of Gait in Healthy Indian Adults||Rajani Mullerpatan, Triveni Shetty||L-92919/2020||17/07/2020|
|Reference Values for Physical Fitness in Healthy Indian Children: 6-12 years and Adolescents: 13-17 years||Bela Agarwal, Rajani Mullerpatan||L-92917/2020||17/07/2020|
|Physiotherapy Management of Covid-19 in Indian Set- up||Maria Jiandani, Bela Agarwal et.al.||L-95459/2020||06/10/2020|
|Paediatric fitness report females 13-18 years||Bela Agarwal,
|MGM Ground Level Activity Exposure Questionnaire||Bela Agarwal and Rajani Mullerpatan||L-76907/2018||27/07/18|