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Dr. Preman Singh (MBBS batch of 1983) Awarded the Peter Beaconsfield Runner-up Prize in Molecular Genetics at Oxford University in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics (DPAG).

The Wilson Group – the assessors of the Peter Beaconsfield Prize have awarded Dr. Preman Singh the £250 Runner-up Prize. The prize is intended to reward young researchers who are capable of engaging with translational medicine, and displaying a wider grasp of the significance and potential applicability of their research. Read more about Dr. Singh …

Dr. Preman Singh (MBBS batch of 1983) Awarded the Peter Beaconsfield Runner-up Prize in Molecular Genetics at Oxford University in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics (DPAG). Read More »

CMC Receives Third Consecutive USAID-ASHA Award to Support Advanced Physical Rehab Robotics Technology

The Foundation and CMC have once again been selected by USAID as an American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) grant recipient, a federally funded program that supports infrastructure and capital improvement initiatives. The FY2020 ASHA Grant will support the use of robotics and Artificial Intelligence to help improve physical rehabilitation for people with disabilities.

60 Years Later, CMC’s PM&R and New York’s Rusk Rehabilitation Institute Reunite

After nearly sixty years, CMC has academically realigned its Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) Institute with the internally acclaimed Rusk Rehabilitation Institute of New York City. A relationship that was launched on September 1st brings back memories of the days when Dr. Mary Verghese, who worked under the tutelage of Dr. Howard Rusk in New York for 18 months, returned to Vellore to introduce rehabilitative medicine to India for the first time.

Dr. Gagandeep Kang (Batch ’81) is profiled in The Lancet

Richard Lane from The Lancet profiles Dr. Gagandeep Kang, leading virologist, Professor of Microbiology, Wellcome Trust Lab at CMC and co-chair of the Lancet Citizen’s Commission on Reimagining India’s Health System. “One of her striking traits is that she does not say a lot, particularly at large meetings, she is not the loudest voice. But …

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Lecture Series: “Key Organizational Mindsets for Maximizing Social Impact”

The event “Crisis Negotiation: from Death Grip to Open Hands” was hosted by the Vellore CMC Foundation during Eastertide. Our guest lecturer, Dr. Julia Wattacheril, Director of the Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Program, Associate Professor of Medicine, Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation, Columbia University-NY Presbyterian Hospital, spoke about the fact that God can pour “New wine into new wineskins, Mark 7:22” during a crisis.