Honorary National Professors, Indian Medical Association College of General PractitionersÃ¯Â»Â¿, India
Rajesh Chauhan is one of the few Honorary National Professors of the IMA CGP, India. He is an alumni of the AFMC, and had served as an Indian Army’s doctor for 25 years (including a three year stint in Botswana as Senior Medical Officer), before seeking a voluntary retirement in 2008 at the age of 47 years when he was a Lieutenant Colonel. His name and biography has been included amongst the best of the world, for a decade and more, in some of the most coveted biographies that have been published by renowned international biographers from the UK and USA, where his name figures amongst some of the very top scientists and health professionals of the world. He is a verified international expert, and his interest is in Family Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. He is a post-graduate from the Post Graduate Institute of Medicine, Colombo, Sri Lanka, in Family Medicine, and has some more post graduate medical degrees, fellowships including the coveted fellowship of the Indian Society of Malaria and other Communicable Diseases, and post graduate certificate courses, including one in Geriatric Medicine. On his own accord he is pursuing further specialized courses and is on the verge of completion of his Masters in Medicine in Family Medicine from CMC Vellore, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Geriatric Medicine. He is available for the world as a Visiting Professor, where he can teach about Geriatric and Family Medicine, and about his numerous innovative medical techniques.
He is presently working on his innovative technique that has been named after his friend as “Dr. VTK Titus Technique”, for overcoming multi-morbidities and rejuvenating an aged.