MRCP

Teaching Faculty For MRCP Part 1 from OSLER Academy

13:52:00 Dato' Dr. Sachchithanatham Kanagasabai 7 Comments

We are proud to present the teaching faculty for MRCP Part 1 from OSLER Academy (Part 1)

Dr Kiran Kumar Peddi MRCP(UK),CCST(UK)

Dr Kiran had his postgraduate training in England where he complemented his MRCP & Specialist Registrar training in Gastroenterology & Hepatology.

Teaches- Gastroenterology & Hepatology 
Dr Sanjog Mathur MD,FRCS(Edin), FAAOS(Johns Hopkins, USA)
Trained in Spine Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital

He has co-authored multiple papers in peer reviewed journals and chapters in various text books.

Teaches- MRCS course director

Dr Mahender Vyasabattu MD (USA), MRCP (UK)
Dr Mahender had been a passionate teacher.

Teaches- Cardiology, Neurology, Endocrinology, Hematology & Oncology, Toxicology &  Clinical Pharm, Basic Sciences/ Clinical Sciences
Dr Kiran Kumar Cheruku MD (Cardiology, USA)
After his full training in residency and cardiology fellowship , he settled down as  a cardiologist in San Antonio, Texas and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Methodist Hospital and Northeast Baptist Hospital.
Dr Appa Rao Bandi MRCP (UK), MD, FACC
After obtaining MRCP and internal medicine training in UK, Dr Bandi moved to USA where he completed Residency in Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. 
Dr Challa Ajit  MRCP(UK) MD (Gastro)
Dr. Challa Ajit (Dr.Challa completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology and Liver Transplantation at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Challa is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology.
Dr Praveen Peddu MRCS(UK), FRCR (UK)

He is a specialist in hepato-pancreatico- biliary interventions in a teritiary centre renowned for treating liver and pancreatic disorders as well as one of the largest liver transplant units in Europe. He authored and coauthored peer reviewed papers and book chapters. He spoke in national and international meetings and is the organiser of the renowned King's FRCR course in London

Teaches- Radiology


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