A former fellow of the World Health Organisation at the Royal Free Hospital, UK, Dr Misra is a recipient of the Dr BC Roy Award
Dr Anoop Misra, Chairman of the Fortis Centre for Diabetes, Obesity and Cholesterol (C-DOC) and Head National Diabetes Obesity and Cholesterol Foundation (NDOC) has joined the IJCP Group as Group Advisor.
A former fellow of the World Health Organisation at the Royal Free Hospital, UK, Dr Misra is a recipient of the Dr BC Roy Award, the highest Indian award in the medical category. The Government of India awarded him the fourth highest civilian honour of the Padma Shri, in 2007, for his contributions to Indian medicine.
IJCP is a medical communications group, aimed at strengthening medical education in the country and continuously upgrading a doctor’s knowledge.
Speaking about this Dr KK Aggarwal, Group Editor and Chief, IJCP Group and President, HCFI, said, “We are happy and proud to have Dr Anoop Mishra as an advisor in the IJCP group. He is a multifaceted person with numerous achievements in clinical service, teaching, research, community health activities, and medical education. He also works towards uplifting the health of socially backward communities. Apart from this, Dr Misra has also contributed immensely to undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in various respects. We are sure that under his guidance and support, we will be able to strive better towards the path and goal we have set out to achieve as part of IJCP.”
Dr Anoop Mishra, added, “I am happy to be a part of the IJCP group and contribute to furthering medical education in all respects. I believe, as doctors, we need to constantly keep ourselves updated with the current trends in the realm of medicine. The IJCP group has been doing commendable work in this aspect and I look forward to sharing my knowledge and learnings with them.”