Dr. V S Natarajan:
Dr. V S Natarajan is a geriatric physician, considered by many as the Father of Geriatric medicine in India and known to be the first Indian professor in the discipline. He was successful in establishing an out-patient center dedicated to geriatric health care. He is also credited with launching a post graduate course in geriatric medicine during his service as a professor at the Madras Medical College, Chennai, India. He is also the founder of Geriatric Foundation, India. Dr. Natarajan is an awardee of one of India’s highest civilian honors, “Padma Shri”, for his pioneering contribution to the practice of geriatric medicine in the country.
Mr. S S Rajasekhar:
Mr. S S Rajasekhar is an accomplished professional, an entrepreneur and has been actively involved in the area of rural agriculture management, social & community development. He is a proactive Rotarian, involved in several socially relevant projects in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Mr. Rajasekhar is also a member of various executive and advisory committees for a number of NGOs which are involved in the welfare of differently abled persons in sports, arts & culture. Most notably, he is an active managing trustee of the National Agro Foundation founded by his late father Mr. C Subramaniam, a former union food & agriculture minister in the Indian government.
Dr. V Natarajan:
Dr. Vijayashankar Parmanandam:
Dr. Vijayashankar graduated in Neurology from Stanley Medical College, India and obtained further training with world-renowned leaders in Movement Disorders and Deep Brain Stimulation (Prof. Susan Fox, Prof. Anthony Lang and Prof. Alfonso Fasano), from University of Toronto, Canada. He also trained with Prof. Tim Lynch, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital Dublin, Ireland. He is a fellow of European Board of Neurology. Dr. Vijayashankar’s primary research interest is in atypical Parkinsonism, Ataxia and diagnosing complex movement disorders. He is presently an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology in the Department of Neurology, Sri Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai, India