Chair of the Medical Disaster Management Center (CMDM)
of the Taksha Institute of Science and Technology (TIST), Dr. Choudry completed his International Baccalaureate at Het Rijnlands Lyceum, Leiden and his MD at Leiden University, The Netherlands. During his MD program, he completed internships in Renal Transplant Care, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence USA; Orthopaedic Surgery, Bratislava Gnl. Hospital, Slovakia; Gastro-Enterologie, Academisch Ziekenhuis Leiden; Dermatologie, S’Lands Ziekenhuis, Paramaribo, Suriname; and Clinical Microbiology, St. Jansdal Ziekenhuis, Harderwijk, The Netherlands.
After graduation from Leiden University, Dr. Choudry spent a summer as ‘Village Doctor’ at the Himalayan Institute of Medicine, India, also conducting ER residencies were done at Roepcke Zweers Hospital, Hardenberg, NL; Atrium Hospital, Heerlen NL; and Clinical Fellow A&E, Hull Royal Infirmary, UK.
Currently Dr. Choudry is investigating possible applications of Satellite-based Technology for Medical Disaster detection/prevention under an International Program of Disaster Medicine, jointly at Vrij Universiteit Brussels & Universita del Piemonte Orientale, Navarro Italy.