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researcher , Surgeon

Hemant Mahendra Kumar Kocher, Indian surgeon, researcher. Recipient Augostino Trappani International prize, Trappani Foundation, Naples, Italy, 2002. Fellow: Royal College Surgeons Glasgow, Royal College Surgeons and Physicians; member: Association Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland, Association Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland, British Medical Association.

Background

Kocher, Hemant Mahendra Kumar was born on January 5, 1969 in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India. Arrived in England, 1995. Son of Mahendra Kumar and Shyama Kocher.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, BChir, University Bombay, India, 1993. Master of Science, University Bombay, India, 1996.

Career

Registrar Kem Hospital, Mumbai, India, 1992—1996. Senior house officer Torquay, England, 1996—1997. Specialist registrar South East Thames Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education, London, 1997—1999, King's College Hospital, London, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include created first model of obstructive jaundice in dogs and studied serial pathological changes. Research on Ras gene isoforms in human normal and pathological pancreas and kidney, epidemiology of upper gastro-intestinal malignancies, medical education and training, risk scoring systems for surgical patients, treatment of chronic fissure in ano, endoscopic/laparoscopic techniques for uncommon conditions, hepato-biliary-pancreatic malignancies.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow: Royal College Surgeons Glasgow, Royal College Surgeons and Physicians. Member: Association Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland, Association Surgeons Great Britain and Ireland, British Medical Association.

Connections

Married Kavita Raj, August 10, 1996. Children: Amrita, Gaurav.

father:
Mahendra Kumar

mother:
Shyama Kocher

spouse:
Kavita Raj

children:
Gaurav Kocher

Amrita Kocher