Posted By Mushirul Haq
The ancestors of Mukhtar Ahmad Ansari came to India during the reign of Sultan Muhammad Bin Tughlaq. The family started its career serving in the royal army and holding respectable posts in the court. It settled at Yusufpur, now in the Ghazipur District of U.P. The Ansaris of Yusufpur managed to hold respectable governmental positions. But by the time Mukhtar Ahmad Ansari was born on December 25, 1880, the prosperity of the family was on the decline. Graduating from the Victoria High School, Ghazipur in 1896 Mukhtar Ahmad moved to Hyderabed where his two brothers were in the service of the Nizam, for his university education. Immediately after his graduation in medical science from Madras Medical College ,Mukhtar Ahmad proceeded to England on a Nizam State Scholarship for higher medical education.Read More
Dr. V. Mohan, Chairman and Chief of Diabetology at Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre and President & Director of the Madras Diabetes Research Foundation has been conferred the Padma Shri by the Govt. of India.
Dr. Mohan has been working in the field of diabetes for over 30 years. He has published over 700 papers in prestigious peer reviewed journals.
Dr. Mohan has been elected as a Fellow of the Indian National Sciences Academy (FNA), by the Indian National Science Academy, Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences (FASc), Bangalore and Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences (FNASc), Allahabad and is one of the few practicing medical doctors to have received all these three Science Fellowships in India.Read More
Posted By Dr Gangadhara Sundar, DO, FRCSEd, FAMS on Nov 30, 2014 at 2:41 PM IST
Prof Dr JG Kannappan was born on the 26th December 1934 at Coimbatore, Tamilnadu. The 4th of 8 brothers born to the Second World War Veteran Capt Dr JS Gangadharan & Mrs Shenbagavalli, during his early childhood he overcame numerous challenges owing to the world war that was disruptive to his family and his education. After his early schooling in Coimbatore following my high school at Bishop Heber School and graduating from St Joseph’s College, Trichy, he enrolled in the very first batch at the Dental Department of the Madras Medical College in 1953. Following his Bachelor’s Degree in Dentistry he underwent higher education securing a Master in Dental Surgery in Orthodontics & Pedodontics at the Nair Dental College under the tutelage of Dr AB Modi. This inspired him to further enhance his professional and academic pursuit when he spent a year at the prestigious Eastman Dental Institute, University College of London in 1969-71Read More
Professor Cheyyur Ramaswamy Sundararajan, popularly known to his students, colleagues, his friends in and outside the speciality of plastic surgery, and many of his fraternal associates as CRS, an acronym, which he quietly accepted (considering his disapproval of medical acronyms), was the "ultimate" guru. A scion of the Cheyyur Ramaswamy family and considered the "baby" of the family (the only way he was addressed by his mother till her death) was induced by traditional family values of paternal guidance and advice. He was very keen on joining the army, having been an under officer during his intermediate days, but his father insisted on him taking up medicine. So much the better for medicine and for plastic surgery too! But after his intermediate, he went on to complete his B.Sc. at Presidency College and then returned to renew his application for entry into the medical college which he did with renewed vigour. An alumnus of Madras Medical College, he realised his leaning towards surgery even during his student days "I always felt I wanted to become as surgeon". Completing his Masters in General Surgery at Madras Medical College where he trained under Dr. U. Mohan Rao, he went on to serve the then Presidency of Madras and later the state of Madras, doing time and assistantship under late Dr. U. Mohan Rao, late Prof. Atmaram Rao and late Prof. H. Harirajan.Read More
Started medical education at Lahore Medical College, Lahore. After partition, he continued medical educaton in Madras Medical College,Madras, and completed MB BS in 1952.Read More
Padmashri Dr Kadiyala Ramachandra , MD , born on November 6th 1919, was an alumnus of Doveton Corrie Boys School, Loyola College and Madras Medical College.Read More
Dr. Hariharan Srinivasan MBBS., FRCS(Edin.), FRCS(Eng.) (born 1929) is an Indian orthopaedic surgeon who spent most of his career correcting the deformed hands and feet of leprosy-affected persons.Read More
Born in Tellicherry (Kerala), and alumni of Madras Medical College ,he was commissioned in the IMS on 5th November 1941Read More
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