Ajman: VC of Yenepoya University visits GMU, delivers lecture on ‘Robotics Surgery’

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Ajman, Oct 23: Dr M Vijaya Kumar, the vice chancellor of Yenepoya University, Mangaluru, India, visited Gulf Medical University (GMU), Ajman, the leading medical university in the Middle East region, on Tuesday, October 22. He was received at the University by Prof Manda Venkatramana, vice chancellor, academics, GMU. The vision, mission and future strategic directions of Gulf Medical University were presented before Dr M Vijaya Kumar.

Later, Dr M Vijaya Kumar toured the state-of-the-art facilities for medical education, healthcare and research at Thumbay Medicity, including the Gulf Medical University, Thumbay University Hospital, Thumbay Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Hospital and Thumbay Dental Hospital. He met Dr Thumbay Moideen, founder president of Thumbay Group. He commended Thumbay Group for the outstanding facilities at Thumbay Medicity, especially the three cutting-edge academic hospitals, all part of the Gulf Medical University Academic Health System, a one-of-its-kind academic health system in the region’s private sector.

Later at GMU, Dr M Vijaya Kumar delivered a guest lecture on ‘Updates on Robotic Surgery’, detailing the techniques and benchmarks of the fast-growing field of robotic surgery. He was presented by a memento by GMU, as a mark of gratitude for his enlightening lecture.



Title : Ajman: VC of Yenepoya University visits GMU, delivers lecture on ‘Robotics Surgery’


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