An honest account of a modern day neurosurgeon. In a fashion unlike any other medical book, Marsh surveys his most. Continue reading
Dr Mahin Bhatt is a medical intern from Mumbai. He has a keen interest in clinical medicine, medical research and education, especially in the fields of Internal medicine and Haemato-oncology. He is the recipient of several prestigious awards, including research grants from ICMR, Oncology Scholarships at Tata Memorial Hospital and King’s College London, and has secured multiple academic prizes including a Gold Medal & First rank in all of Maharashtra in his Final Year MBBS. Community engagement and affecting social change at a grassroots level is one of his many passions. His hobbies include writing, wildlife photography and Hindustani classical music.
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"For the tigers we must unite, so they don’t fade out of sight!" This photo is of the then-unnamed sub-adult. Continue reading