2 doctors of Lucknow will show Dum in Spain: Both are of KGMU; In Barsilone, the world's 20 thousand experts will give a presentation
2 Senior Resident Doctor of King George Medical University of Lucknow will take part in the World Congress of the European Respiratory Society (ERS) to be held in Spain. Dr. Nandini Dixit of the Department of Respiratory Medicine and Dr. Ankita Mandal will represent India at this event in Barcelona. The ERS Congress is going to be held in Barcelona, Spain from 4 to 6 September.
Both these doctors also prepared research paper while treating TB and chest tumors. It has been included in selected 7 research paper across the country. This is the reason that there is an opportunity to present the paper at the International Conference to be held in Spain of Europe from September 4. 7 medicine researchers are also joining. Dr. Nandini Dixit of KGMU and Dr. Ankita Mandal International Conference will participate on behalf of the Indian Chest Society. In this world class conference to be held on the lungs, modern science and latest development is discussed in the field of respiratory experts and respiratory medicine. Dr. Nandini
Dr. Nandini Dixit, who lives in Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, has done MBBS and MD from KGMU. On the question of going to Spain for the international conference, she says that it is like a dream. His father Vivek Dixit is a member of the State Electricity Board and mother Poonam Dixit is a teacher.
Dr. Nandini's father says that she has been meritorious from the beginning and it is a matter of pride for all of us that she will represent the country on the international stage.
Indian Chest Society gave a grant of 75 thousand. Nandini said, “The European Chest Society is organizing this Congress. Respiratory physicians around the world send their research papers for this conference. I also sent a research paper done in KGMU. Research paper has been selected. Now go to this world conference to be held in Spain and give a presentation on it. We have also been given a grant of 75 thousand from the Indian Chest Society. "
Bengal's daughter earned the name in Lucknow
after doing MBBS from the Medical College of Kolkata. Ankita Mandal reached Lucknow to do MD from KGMU. He also focused on research while studying. He did research under the direction of Dr. Ajay Kumar Verma of the department. Along with researching the patients of permanent TB, he also worked on the nutrients and his response to them during Corona. Dr. Ankita's father has a surgical instrument factory and his mother runs NGO. She has a younger brother, Who is management in Kolkata.
The country's value will increase through research paper in the International Forum
KGMU's Respiratory Medicine Department Head Dr. Suryakant said that this year the department A total of 3 research papers have been selected from Off Respiratory Medicine to present in ERS. These also have two recent MD pass out candidates.
Dr. Nandini Dixit and Dr. of the Department Ankita Mandal is getting an opportunity to prove Indian Medicinal Research in the International Forum through her research. Both doctors have been awarded the grant award for this visit.