About Me: Male, 48, Chennai, India, member since Jul 2007
I am a Dr. Vijay C. Bose and graduated from Madras Medical College in 1990, having secured the Lt. Col. Thayumunusamy Gold Medal in orthopaedics from the college during the final year. After completion of postgraduate studies (M.S Orthopaedics) from the university of Ma
[More]ngalore and D.NB (Orth) from the national board of examination, he gained practical experience in orthopaedics by working in various private institutions in India. He worked as Registrar in Apollo Hospital, Chennai and in Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore. In 1995, he commenced subspecialty training in hip surgery at Birmingham United Kingdom(UK) where he worked closely with Dr.Derek McMinn and Dr.Ronan Treacy the inventors of the Metal on Metal Hip Resurfacing prosthesis for young people with Hip Arthritis. During his training in Birmingham he completed the M.Med.Sci trauma course from the University of Birmingham.
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