From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium
medical doctor who has done Ph.D. in Biomedical engineering from IT-BHU. I enjoy Editing here (since November 04, 2006) and being a Citizen! Presently Founder and Director of Supten Institute. My Research interests include Automated Clinical Diagnostic Systems and e-learning. My homepages are: ,  and . I am also the Chair and Chair, Education Committee of HL7 India.
- Medical Informatics
- Automated Diagnostic Systems
- Cognitive and Affective Disorders
- Exercise physiology
- Soft computing tools
Some articles started in Citizendium
- Clinical decision support system: Interactive computer programs that directly assist physicians and other health professionals with decision-making tasks.
- Evidence-based medicine: The conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of individual patients.
- Hemispheric lateralization: The (primary) localization of a brain function on either the right or left sides of the brain.
- John Snow (physician): (1813 – 1858) British physician who is considered to be one of the founders of epidemiology for his work identifying the source of a cholera outbreak in 1854; also one of the pioneers of anaesthesia and medical hygiene.
- Biochemistry: The chemistry of living things; a field of both biology and chemistry.
- Bioengineering: The application of electrical, mechanical, chemical, optical, nuclear and other engineering principles to understand, modify and control biological (plants and animals - including human) systems.
- Antarctica: The Earth's southernmost continent, located almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle; covers the South Pole.
- Electronic medical record: A digital form of medical (hospital or clinic) record.
- Clinical data warehouse: A facility that houses all electronic data collected at a clinical center.
- Bangla: An Indo-Aryan language of the eastern Indian subcontinent, evolved from the Magadhi Prakrit, Pāli and Sanskrit languages.
- Samosa: Dish made from processed potatoes (occasionally along with cauliflower) that have been put inside a near-pyramidal shaped covering of flour dough and deep-fried.
- Rabindra Jayanti: A feast celebrated in India (especially West Bengal) and Bangladesh to commemorate the birth anniversary of the poet and philosopher Rabindranath Tagore.
- Rabindranath Tagore: (1861-1941) Bengali poet and composer; Nobel Prize for Literature 1913.
- Pierre de Coubertin: (1863 – 1937) founder of the modern Olympic movement.
- William Osler: physician, educator, medical philosopher, and historian from Canada, often called the Father of Modern Medicine.
- Joseph Fourier: was a French mathematician and physicist credited with describing the Fourier series based on which the Fourier transform has been formed.
- Netiquette: is the convention for making online interactions efficient and sociable.
- Digha: is a flat hard sea beach in West Bengal, India.
- Google Chrome: Open source web browser created by Google.
- Cell division: The process by which a parent cell divides into two or more daughter cells.
- Electroencephalography: A technique that records brain electrical activity non-invasively.
- Flight (biology): Aerial locomotion by living organisms.
- Calcium: The chemical element with the symbol Ca and atomic number 20.
- Holistic living: The concept of simple and spiritual living with moderation in food intake, adequate exercise and positive thinking and attitude to life.
- Bangladesh genocide: the systematic mass killings that resulted in the secession of East Pakistan to form Bangladesh in 1971.
- Thought: An idea or the act of thinking.
- Leo Tolstoy: (1828-1910) A Russian author, often called the "greatest of all novelists"; wrote War and Peace.
- Raita: is an Indian sauce based on yogurt and cucumber or other vegetables.
- International Mother Language Day: The International Day has been observed every year since February 2000 to promote linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.
- Alappuzha: is a tourist spot in south India
Some recent publications
- S N Sarbadhikari (2010), How to Make Healthcare Delivery in India More “Informed”, Education for Health 10 (online), 2010: 456. 
- S N Sarbadhikari (2010), A farce called the National Board of Examinations, Indian Journal of Medical Ethics.2010 Jan-Mar;7(1):20-22 PubMed .
- S N Sarbadhikari (2008), Applying healthcare informatics to improve student learning, Medical Education; 42: 1117–1118 (Really Good Stuff) PubMed.
- S N Sarbadhikari, A K Saha (2006) Moderate exercise and chronic stress produce counteractive effects on different areas of the brain by acting through various neurotransmitter receptor subtypes: A hypothesis, Theoretical Biology and Medical Modeling, 3 (1), 33 PubMed PubMed Central
- S N Sarbadhikari (2006) A Short Introduction to Biomedical Engineering, First Edition, Hyderabad, India, Universities Press India Limited Co., ISBN=978-81-7371-558-0; International Edition, CRC Press
- S N Sarbadhikari (2005) The State of Medical Informatics in India: A Roadmap for optimal organization, J. Medical Systems, 29, 125-141 PubMed
- A K Saha, S N Sarbadhikari (2005) HIV deranges Immune System Dynamics through Stochastic Fluctuations, Intl. J Applied Maths. Stats, 3, 52-81
- S N Sarbadhikari (2005) (Editor) Depression and Dementia: Progress in Brain Research, Clinical Applications and Future Trends, First Edition, New York, USA, Nova Biomedical, ISBN=1-59454-114-0
- S N Sarbadhikari (2005) Balancing the Brain activity: Putative Links between Epileptic, Cognitive and Affective Disorders In S M Benjamin (eds), Trends in Epilepsy Research, New York, USA, Nova Biomedical, ISBN=1-59454-237-6 (bookchapter)
- S N Sarbadhikari, S K Pal (2002) Automated Techniques for identifying depression from EEG In C T Leondes (eds), Handbook of Computational Methods in Biomaterials, Biotechnology & Biomedical systems, Boston, Kluwer Academic (bookchapter)