This is who we are

This is who we are

Member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

I walk around in different cities of country specially under privileged areas to serve humanity, treat patients and find trends of many diseases. It gives me full motivation.

We are a worldwide community of inspiring health professionals working together to advance our profession and improve patient care. Many of us give our time freely to develop curricula, set exam questions, and contribute to the development of good health policy.

Each year several thousand hours of our members’ time is given voluntarily, working in partnership with our college staff in pursuit of our purpose to provide relevant, meaningful and inspirational support to other members and prospective members at every stage of their career.
Together we’re a force for good, determined to deliver positive progress for healthcare professionals. The challenges of working in modern medicine are complex and demanding – the profession needs a 21st century College up for the challenges of 21st century medicine.

Join our community today, add your voice and help us speak up for the profession. Work with us to deliver positive progress for the healthcare profession. We are on your side.

Our College plays a leading role as a respected and authoritative voice within the health sector across the UK. Over the past year we’ve made great advances in professionalising our approach to engaging more effectively with government, parliament and the wider health sector when it comes to creating effective health policy.

- Richard Hull

Our members

Javed Akram
Graham Richard Ogden
David Richens
Abhay  Rane
Sundara Vasant Raman
Anjum Jalal
Christine Alexandra Goodall
Sam Allen
Yu Lung Leung
Richard Hull
Jonathan Harvey Cossar
Anand Vinekar
Waseem Ahmed Khan
Pathamadai Seshadrinathan Sreemathi
Rachel Pringle
Mayur Ratilal Moreker
Aurangzeb Khan Shaikh
Anastasios Kanatas
Ayman Mohamed Abdel Hady Osman
Linda Ann Eaves
Bassem Emad Abd El-Moniem
Nancy Redfern
Arif Al Nooryani
Harendra Nath Sarker
Dasan Swaminathan
Emma Cowley
Muthukumaran Rangarajan
Jahangir Sarwar Khan
Abdur Rahman Siddiqui
Matthew Fraser Collison
Atiqur Rahman Khan
Kenneth Kurtz
Mujtaba Hasan
Moe Thaw Oo
Mohammad Akheel
Muhammad Kashif Malik
Ajay Telang
M Hammad Ather
Awais Naeem
Saleh Mohammad Al Daqal
Pawan Agarwal
Chee Ken Cheah
Pallab Chatterjee
William Chagares
Shamir Bhupendra Mehta
Sumesh Raj
Mohammed Shadrul Alam
Akhtar Sherin
Taha Ahmed Qaradaghi
Amer Khan
Suresh Kumar
Muhammad Fahad

Javed Akram

Vice Chancellor, University of Health Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan. Previously served are Vice Chancellor, Principal and Chief Executive of many health institutions of Pakistan. Trained in UK & Pakistan in Internal Medicine and presently President of Pakistan Society of Internal Medicine and heading the national Clinical Trials Committee.

Graham Richard Ogden

It is a privilege to have been involved in the teaching of so many generations of clinical students ( and one that has probably given me the most satisfaction). However, my main concern is for the future of clinical research in our institutions ( and i don't necessarily mean the effect of Brexit on lost European grants).A simplification and speeding up of the labyrinthine processes and bureaucracy associated with undertaking research in the UK would help. Looking back over a career almost spanning 40 years,it didn't seem to me that the safeguards at the start of my career were too lax and i don't recall a lack of ethics in the numerous research projects that i and other colleagues were involved with within my university. It might not be popular to quote Yanis Varoufakis, but i would agree with him that those 2 great institutions (the NHS and our Universities) have not been improved by the application of a business model approach to their function. On a more positive note, the current system encourages working within larger units and the integration of clinical and research training into run-through specialty training is a vast improvement. Certainly the opportunities for those starting their careers have never been better although i feel that (sensibly) the younger generation have a much better work: life balance than many of my age group. Fitting in all these competing demands into a 10 PA consultant contract is not going to be easy. And then finding time to contribute to College life will mean new ways of rewarding such involvement will need to be found , if Royal College's are to remain robust and relevant. Getting people to give something back, to realise that without this infra structure that the College provides, they wouldn't have their specialty diplomas that facilitated their career development. But if you're reading this, you'll already know that.

David Richens

Retired Cardiac Surgeon and national GIRFT Lead for cardiothoracic surgery . Previous Council Member RCPSG and International Director of the College. Former Chair of JCIE with on-going interests in Global Health and international standard setting and quality assurance in training and assessment in surgery. I am the liaison figure between RCPSG and College Surgeons of Sri Lanka.

Abhay Rane

Professor Abhay Rane was appointed by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in the 2014 Honours List for services to laparoscopic surgery, being the only urologist to date to be specifically so honoured. As Lead Consultant Urological Surgeon at Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust, he is one of the first laparoscopic urological surgeons in the United Kingdom. Instrumental in developing the technique of hand assisted laparoscopic nephrectomy in the UK from 2000, he was the first to described the usefulness of the technique in T3b (advanced) kidney cancers. More recently, he spearheaded the development of laparoendoscopic single site surgery (LESS) in urology; having performed the first single port nephrectomy in the world in May 2007 with colleagues in India, he went on to perform the first LESS nephrectomy in Europe in March 2008 at his base hospital in Surrey, England. Having a keen interest in endourology as well, he led the index trials on BackStopTM and the StoneBreakerTM.

Sundara Vasant Raman

Consultant ophthalmologist at the Royal Eye infirmary,University hospitals of Plymouth NHS Trust. Specialising in Medical and surgical Retina. Lead clinican for Diabetic retina services and Research in the department. Regional educational advisor for the Royal college of ophthalmologist in the peninsular region. Chief examiner for FRCS ophthalmology, Royal college of surgeons and Physicians of Glasgow since August 2019.

Anjum Jalal

I am Prof. Anjum Jalal. I did my MBBS from King Edward Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan and FRCS from RCPS-Glasgow in 1997. My field of specialization is Cardiac Surgery and I passed intercollegiate examination in cardiothoracic surgery in 2002. I am currently working as Professor of Cardiac Surgery and Executive Director of Faisalabad Institute of Cardiology in Faisalabad, Pakistan. My areas of interest are adult cardiac surgery, aortic surgery and adult congenital cardiac surgery. I have the honor of initiating the service of cardiac surgery in several new centers in Pakistan. Moreover, I have established a centralized online Database of cardiac surgery. Currently, I am also holding the position of Secretary General of Pakistan Society of Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgeons.

Christine Alexandra Goodall

I'm an Honorary Consultant Oral Surgeon working at the University of Glasgow and NHSGGC. I've been a fellow of the college for what seems like a long time-since 1999! I've held various college roles within the Dental Faculty including MFDS convener, Director of Dental Examinations and I'm just about to finish three years as one of the Dental Vice Deans. I remain involved in college life through membership of the Wellbeing Committee, I represent the college on SHAAP and I'm currently the college representative and chair of the Oral Surgery SAC. Wellbeing is becoming something of increasing importance to me and I firmly believe that unless we look after our own wellbeing we can't look after that of our patients. I'm also interested in clinical leadership and have been privileged to be one of the first cohort of a new Scottish Government/NES leadership programme Leadership Cubed which is part of a wider programme called ProjectLift. If anyone is considering this I can thoroughly recommend it. I've also explored leadership through fellowship of FMLM and hold a founding fellowship.

Sam Allen

Dr Sam Allen BSc(Hons), MBChB, DTMH, FRCP, FFTM-RCPS(Glas). Consultant in Infectious Diseases and General Medicine - University Hospital Crosshouse, Kilmarnock, Scotland. Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine - Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, Current of UK Emergency Medical Team.

Yu Lung Leung

"Former President, the Hong Kong Ophthalmological Society
Former Regional Secretary, Council of the Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology
Specialist in Ophthalmology and Honorary Consultant, Department of Ophthalmology, Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital
Clinical Associate Professor (Honorary), Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Clinical Associate Professor (Honorary), Department of Ophthalmology, University of Hong Kong Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine
Honorary Professor, Shantou University Medical College, China.

Richard Hull

What gives me a buzz out of Medicine? it is about the fusion of science and people. The science has moved on in my career. Discoveries have happened which could not have been foretold when I qualified. It has been a great time to give the application of that science to the people I see and treat.

Jonathan Harvey Cossar

I was a GP in the West-end of Glasgow for 30 years. During this time I also held the appointments Primary Care Consultant Advisor to Health Protection Scotland and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow in which capacities I pursued my lifelong research interest in Travel Medicine (MD Glasg. 1988), culminating in election as Foundation Vice Dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in 2006. During the 10 years following GP retiral, I was a medical panelist for the Ministry of Justice in Scotland and also for the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (Fitness to Practise Directorate). Fully retired since 2013, I am an Honorary Current of the British (and Global) Travel Health Association, and a Life Current the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow, the Royal College of General Practitioners, the Royal Society of Medicine, and the Royal Geographic Society.

Anand Vinekar

Dr. Anand Vinekar is currently Professor and Head of the department of Pediatric Retina at Narayana Nethralaya Eye Institute, Bangalore, India. He is also the founder and Program Director of KIDROP. He serves as honorary Adjunct Professor at MS Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore and Sri Devaraj Urs Medical College, Kolar. He has pioneered a Tele-Ophthalmology program for preventable childhood blindness for the state of Karnataka (KIDROP Group). He serves as a honorary technical committee member of the National Task force for ROP, Government of India & the Queen Diamond Jubilee Trust for ROP, United Kingdom (2013-2019) and as a member of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Committee for Prevention of Infant blindness. Dr Vinekar is an alumnus of St. John's Medical College, where he completed his MBBS with a university record of 17 gold medals and also received the Pope Paul Medal. He completed his Post- graduation & Retina training at the prestigious PostGraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, (PGIMER, Chandigarh). He has completed his International Fellowship in Pediatric Retina (FPVR) at a premier center in Michigan, USA and the fellowship exam of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (FRCS), Glasgow, UK and holds a degree in Hospital Administration from Symbiosis, Pune. In 2015 he defended his PhD in Retinopathy of Prematurity at the Maastricht University, Netherlands. He has over 220 invited national & international presentations to his credit, has delivered 4 orations, has over 70 PubMed Indexed publications (H Index 20) and over 20 book chapters in his specialty. He is the Editor-in- Chief of an International Text-Book titled “Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography Imaging of the Eye (Edn 2013), published by Elsevier. Dr. Vinekar was the first Indian to be invited as a member of the Association of Pediatric Retinal Society (USA) and is a reviewer for several national and international journals. He is the founder Secretary of the Indian Retinopathy of Prematurity (iROP) Society.

Waseem Ahmed Khan

I am consultant Ophthalmologist working as Professor of Ophthalmology in Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical College Mirpur Azad Kashmir Pakistan. I am also doing membership in Health Professional Education. My area of interest is educational leadership and research in Medical Education.

Pathamadai Seshadrinathan Sreemathi

What matters to me? Reaching the goal of barest minimum mortality & morbidity matters to me. We are following the minutest details collecting data , analyzing & taking action on them. Results matter to me. I believe in following up with these children to study the impact of cardiac surgery on the individual, family & society.

Rachel Pringle

Originally from Glasgow I studied medicine at Dundee University. I moved to Manchester for foundation training and am currently still in Manchester as a core medical trainee. I have an interest in infectious diseases and leadership in medicine.

Mayur Ratilal Moreker

Dr. Mayur R. Moreker, a specialist in Uveitis, Eye Inflammations and Neuro-Ophthalmology in Mumbai completed his basic medical education from Seth G. S. Medical College and K.E.M Hospital, Mumbai in 2000 with a distinction in Ophthalmology and his MS and DNB from L.T.M.M.C and L.T.M.G.H, Mumbai in 2004. He did his fellowships in Comprehensive Ophthalmology and Ocular Inflammation, Immunology and Uveitis at L. V. Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad. He is a participant at the International Council of Ophthalmology Post Graduate Program Directors Course. A Fitness Enthusiast and a gym freak, he is passionate about Bodybuilding and is a Trained Swimmer and a Brown Belt in Karate. He has a special interest in Eye Tuberculosis; works in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

Aurangzeb Khan Shaikh

I graduate MBBS from Sindh University in 1997/98. After Completing my one-year house jobs in Medicine and Surgery at Civil Hospital Karachi, I appeared in FCPS Part 1 in 2000 and went for a four-year residency program at department of Ophthalmology -Civil hospital Karachi. In 2004 I successfully get through Membership (MCPS) and Fellowship (FCPS) Examinations from College of Physician Surgeon Pakistan. I joined prevention and Control of Blindness Cell as Research Associate & Course co-ordinator for Ophthalmic Technician program (Equivalent to Assistant Professor) where my job responsibilities include, Teaching for under and Postgraduate students, Ophthalmic technicians, District Ophthalmologist. I was also Tutor for BSc Optometrist Course run by Allama Iqbal Open University at the department of ophthalmology civil hospital Karachi. During my stay, I actively participate in surgical camps and up to so for I did approximately more than 10000 cataract surgeries in cataract surgical camps in remote areas of Sindh.

Anastasios Kanatas

Professor Kanatas is a full time clinician (Head and neck Oncologist) with extensive research, publication and editorial experience (Deputy Editor of the British Journal of OMFS). Over the course of his career, he has authored over 220 peer-reviewed publications and his work has resulted in important developments that affected practice. He is a co-chairman of the Bochum Free flap and Microvascular course (Germany) and part of the team that trained 1000 surgeons from 100 countries. He is an international authority in patient-centred outcomes following head and neck cancer and he is the author of several book chapters and two books.

Ayman Mohamed Abdel Hady Osman

I am an Assistant Professor of General and Hepato-pancreatico-biliary (HPB) Surgery at the Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt. My specialty is Gastrointestinal and HPB Surgery. I have been working with the Cairo University Living-Donor Liver Transplantation team since 2004 till present. I obtained my MD degree in General Surgery from Cairo University in 2010. I worked at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, UK in 2011/2012 (Transplant and HPB units) as a Specialty Doctor of Transplant Surgery. My main interests are HPB Surgery, Liver Transplant Surgery and Abdominal Surgery (including abdominal surgical emergencies).

Linda Ann Eaves

I am an advanced nurse practitioner in Bradford with a special interest in travel medicine. I mostly see unwell patients in an urgent same-day clinic but I also run a private travel clinic in the general practice where I work. In addition to this, I a medical trainer for Voluntary Services Oveseas, which keeps me busy.

Bassem Emad Abd El-Moniem

I am looking forward for accomplishing what has never accomplished before, though attempted, but yet not achieved.

Nancy Redfern

What matters to me? Delivering the best quality of care we can. Staff wellbeing - working in a good team who are all well supported by the organisation and by each other. Achieving our full potential, using opportunities like the trained mentors that the College provides.

Arif Al Nooryani

Consultant Interventional Cardiologist and Chief Executive Office & Head of Cardiology at Al Qassimi Hospital Sharjah, special interests are Left Main and Complex PCI, Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion (CTO), Trans Catheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI), Left Atrial Appendage (LAA) Occlude Implantation, Renal Denervation, Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold.

Harendra Nath Sarker

Professor Dr. H.N. Sarker was born on 4th February, 1961 at Karfa village under Upazila Wazirpur in district Barishal, Bangladesh. After completing secondary and higher secondary examination with distinction, he obtained MBBS in 1984, FCPS in internal medicine in 2004 from Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons, Bangladesh and MRCP (UK) in 2011 from the Royal Colleges of Physicians, UK, MRCP (Neurology) in 2016, FRCP (Edin) in 2013 and FRCP (Glasgow) in 2019. He served in the rural community as a skilled physician for 15 years to serve the deserved people. He has been serving as a teacher since 1995 in different medical colleges as registrar, assistant professor and associate professor. Professor Dr. H.N. Sarker is a professor of medicine in Sheikh Sayra Khatun Medical College, Gopalganj, Bangladesh. He is an author of eight medical books. He has more than 50 publications in national and international journals. He received ""National Author's Award"" in 2018 and ""International Friendship Award"" from ""Writer's World"" in 2019."

Dasan Swaminathan

I have been an academic since 1994, now having retired as a Professor of Periodontology from University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2016. I am presently a Visiting Professor of Periodontology at Lincoln University College, Kuala Lumpur. I have truly enjoyed my career in academia and it has indeed been a great pleasure to transfer knowledge to my students and to see them later excel in their careers and in their service to humanity. I am also extremely proud to be a Fellow of Dentistry of the prestigious Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow.

Emma Cowley

I am a Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton with research interests in the effects of prolonged running and also the effects of heel height on foot and lower limb biomechanics and function. I run a special advisory body to the College of Podiatry (MSK: UK) and am a practicing musculoskeletal podiatrist. My most recent contribution to the profession is a Podiatry Career Framework which was commissioned by Health Education England. I have also contributed to the development of the Musculoskeletal core capabilities framework for first point of contact practitioners and am now writing the MSK foot and ankle capability framework for the College of Podiatry.

Muthukumaran Rangarajan

Currently working as a Consultant Surgeon, with interests in Laparoscopy, Bariatric, Anti-reflux, Gastrointestinal, Hernia and Benign Gynecology (including Single Incision) procedures. Soon to start Robotic Surgery.

Jahangir Sarwar Khan

Working as Professor of Surgery at Holy Family Hospital, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, teaching hospital of Rawalpindi Medical University.

Abdur Rahman Siddiqui

I am a medical graduate from Dhaka Medical College, passed in 1978. I have done MD (Internal Medicine) in 1987 from University of Pune, India. I have also done FCPS, (Medicine) in 2005 from Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons. In my early life I worked as an Internist but since 1989 I started practising exclusively in Neurology. I was in Bangladesh Army and retired as a Brigadier General in 2010. At present I am working in Samorita Hospital, Dhaka as Senior Consultant (Neurology).

Matthew Fraser Collison

I am a podiatrist with an interest in the management of musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries affecting the lower limb. I qualified at the University of Southampton with a first-class honours degree in Podiatry. In my NHS role, I work as a Specialist Podiatrist in Orthopaedics. I have a master’s degree in clinical research where I focussed on the effects of footwear on children's feet. I was one of the first podiatrists to pass the exams for Currentship of the Faculty of Podiatric Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, and am honoured to have been elected as a Current of the faculty executive board. I volunteer as the podiatrist for the elite athletes at the London Marathon, at ultra-marathon events and with the homeless at Crisis.

Atiqur Rahman Khan

I am a full time pediatrician attends all the on call day and night from hostel. What matters to me? My Health, my family's health and my patients health matters to me a lot.

Kenneth Kurtz

Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics, Clinical Professor of Prosthodontics, Director, Division of Maxillofacial Prosthetics, Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine, Director Prosthodontic Research, Graduate Prosthodontics, Montefiore Medical Center, Attending Maxillofacial Prosthodontist, LIJ Medical Center/Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine & Private Practice Prosthodontics Academic Prosthodontics of Long Island (APLI.com) New Hyde Park, NY. Dr. Kurtz has co-authored over forty papers, and serves on the Editorial Boards of both the Journal of Prosthodontics and the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry. He was the Recipient of the 2014 American College of Prosthodontics Clinician Researcher Award, and presently has academic appointments at three hospitals, two medical schools, and a dental school.

Mujtaba Hasan

Working as Consultant Physician and having an experience of more than 23 years, I aspire to excel in the field of Internal Medicine/Endocrinology and implement my knowledge following evidence based medicine.

Moe Thaw Oo

I believe in "Inclusivity". A wider global networking with different colleagues, including doctors in training, allows us to exchange and share our skills, knowledge and experiences. In this way, we all will be well connected and motivated each other for a better quality patient care.

Mohammad Akheel

I am a dedicated consultant head & neck oncosurgeon/ reconstruction surgeon / oral & maxillofacial surgeon with enriched experience & expertise of nearly 5.2 years in handling difficult cases, studying the case history & finding out medical solutions. Over the years, I have performed more than 700 major / supra major onco surgeries. I am an academically astute with credentials as MDS; MFDS RCPS (Glasgow); FHNCS; FADI; FIIHNO; and FIFHNOS, U.S, presently pursuing Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery from Saveetha University. I am passionate about improving longevity of patients afflicted with high-risk & complex carcinomas. During my associations I have gained a strong experience in liaising with authorities, patients and with national and international organizations.

Muhammad Kashif Malik

Consultant in Critical Care in Prince Sultan Military Medical City Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Also Head of the Continuous Quality Improvement & Patient Safety Division of the Department of Intensive Care Services. What matters to me? To provide and monitor the highest quality of care to our patients.

Ajay Telang

I am an oral pathologist with a masters in Medical Education from Maastricht University having a keen interest in Technology enhanced Learning.

M Hammad Ather

I am a practicing urologist and currently serving as Prof and head of urology at Aga Khan University in Karachi. I am also an international Advisory Board Member of EULIS (EAU) and national representative of the Asia Pacific society of Uro oncology and vice chair of U Merge. I have over 110 peer reviewed publication and 10 book chapters. My research and interest is uro oncology and urolithiasis. I am closely involved in resident training and has so far trained over 20 Urologist. They are working at consultant position not only across Pakistan but also in Australia, UK, UAE and USA. I am invited across the world for lectures and conducting workshops. I have been invited for guest lectures in over 15 countries across Asia, Europe and Africa.

Awais Naeem

i am working as Assistant Professor in Khyber Medical College, Peshawar and Consultant Physician Internal Medicine in Khyber Teaching Hospital with special interest in Rheumatology, Endocrinology & Diabetes and Acute Medicine. I have Currentship in internal medicine (FCPS) with College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan, along with MRCP (UK) and MRCPI (Ire). I have also passed specialty certificate examinations in acute medicine, rheumatology and endocrinology & diabetes (RCP, UK).

Saleh Mohammad Al Daqal

I am professor of surgery at Department of surgery, Faculty of Medicine , King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. I like to teach surgery and doing researches, my field of interest are laparoscopic surgery, bariatric surgery, and stem cells. I like to help poor and sick people. my favourite sport is paragliding. I love traveling to discover other countries. and I love the nature too much.

Pawan Agarwal

Innovator, experimentalist, thinking surgeon and willing to take challenges to develop techniques for unsolved problems. My motto “difficulties are fuel for brain and our biggest opportunities” Dr. Pawan Agarwal MBBS, MS, M.Ch, FRCS (Glasgow),MNAMS, DNB, Ph.D., FICS Professor (Gen Surgery) and Head Plastic surgery division Department of Surgery NSCB Government Medical College Jabalpur (M.P.) INDIA 482 003.

Chee Ken Cheah

I work as a consultant physician & rheumatologist who is also passionate in medical education as well as clinical researches. I have been actively involved in local MRCP (UK) training as well as being elected as PACES Examiner. Apart from being a Current for RCPS Glasgow, I am also the Current for RCP Edinburgh, and Current for RCP London.

Pallab Chatterjee

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, New Delhi, India. Right now, interested and pursuing predominantly reconstructive work in a Government owned tertiary care hospital. Firmly believe that any hospital providing good surgical care must have a plastic surgery unit attached or exist with it.

William Chagares

On 31, March 2018, I retired from active practice after 39 years as a podiatrist in the U.S. 30 years of my professional life was as an employee of the U.S. Veterans Administration in North Chicago, Illinois. Only a few months later, I had the privilege of becoming a podiatry Fellow in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. I am currently the President of the American Board of Podiatric Medicine and remain excited about the progress of our board and the podiatric profession.

Shamir Bhupendra Mehta

I am a Senior Clinical Teacher at KCL, Deputy Prog Director for the MSc in Aesthetic Dentistry and the Senior Clinical Dental Advisor to the GDC, Fitness to Practice. I am also a Fellow of the FDGP and ICD. I have over 30 peer reviewed publications, co-authored text book and in the process of completing my PhD at the Radboud College UMC, Nijmegen, Netherlands on tooth wear assessment.

Sumesh Raj

Professor.Sumesh Raj, I am presently Professor in Internal Medicine and Diabetology,Sree Gokulam Medical College,Kerala University of Health Sciences,India. I am an Undergraduate and Postgraduate examiner in Internal Medicine uin multiple Universities in South India. I am an author of Book-Essentials of Cardiovascular Examination,popular among undergraduate and postgraduate students in India and available internationally.

Mohammed Shadrul Alam

I have awarded International ACS NSQIP Scholarships in 2019. As a International Guest Scholar, I attended ACS Quality and Safety Conference on 19-22 July 2019 in Washington DC, USA.

Akhtar Sherin

Graduate of Khyber Medical College Peshawar & Fellow of College of Physicians & Surgeon Pakistan, currently working as Professor of Medicine and regular faculty member of Khyber Medical University (KMU) Peshawar Pakistan. Besides teaching undergraduate medical students at KMU Institute of Medical sciences (KMU-IMS) Kohat Pakistan, offering clinical services at KDA teaching Hospital Kohat, Pakistan. As academician, actively involved with various professional associations like Movement Disorder Society, international Headache Society, Pakistan Society of Neurology, Movement Disorder Society of Pakistan, Pakistan Stroke Society & Pakistan Headache Society (current vice-president). Holding Master degree in Health Research, facilitating research activities as in-charge Clinical Research Centre Kohat and member Clinical Trials Unit KMU Peshawar Pakistan. Conducted numerous workshops on research methodology, medical statistics and scientific writing. As member of Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE), advocating research integrity and publication ethics in Pakistan. Participated in collaborative research with Oxford University & London school of Public health UK and published 43 scientific publications including Cochrane systematic review, narrative review, book chapter, original research publications, case reports and editorials.

Taha Ahmed Qaradaghi

Im Married, having 3 kids , two son, one daughter, my wife is Dentist, we are too much social, given care to our surround, working hard to provide all the best modality to my patients. What matters to me? Update my self in my Rheumatology Field , provide all the modern treatment to my patient.

Amer Khan

Having spent the last five years as a University Lecturer, I have now embarked on a career change and am studying the Master's in Podiatric Medicine. Academically, I am a qualified Teacher for the Further and Higher Education sector. I also possess a MBA with High Merit from the University of Central Lancashire.

Suresh Kumar

Consultant Diabetologist, Calicut, Kerala, INDIA

Muhammad Fahad

Currently working as medical registrar in Sligo university hospital, have been working in Ireland since 2014 . Current of RCPI since 2017 . I have done my specialty training in internal medicine on CPSP- HSE program . Looking forward to do Currentship in endocrine in near future.

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Inclusive

Demonstrating care, kindness, civility, generosity and mutual respect through the way we welcome, work and interact with people.

Community

Working together to support one another to succeed; listening to and engaging with partners and people, locally, nationally and globally, to achieve our core purpose.

Integrity

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Innovative

Proactively challenging current thinking with a forward-looking agile approach that meets the changing needs of our members and all those who interact with us.

Inspiring

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Intercollegiate influence

Our College community plays an integral role on a number of groups which set standards for the medical profession. We are an active voice for our members in influencing and shaping medical, surgical and dental curricula, training and assessment. We are the only Royal College in the UK and Ireland that represents healthcare professionals working across both medicine and surgery. As well as the important role we play in partnership with other Royal Colleges and standard setting groups, we have established an extensive network of partnerships around the world.

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We are inclusive in our outlook and believe there is great strength is working with others to deliver the best outcomes, whether that is in influencing policy changes, delivering education and examinations, or supporting colleagues around the world. Our established network of strategic partnerships is consistently growing

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