AMAANA is in collaboration with the Aligarh Summer University program, now known as the Aligs Academic Enrichment Programme (AAEP). It is designed to implement Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s vision of […]
Dr. Shams Iqbal, a JNMC alumnus and an active AMAANA member, is giving back to the alma mater. He is chairman of the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) “Giveback Program” […]
The Annual Fall House of Delegates Meeting will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2020. It will be a virtual meeting.
On October 26th, 2020, Alumni of the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University from various parts of India and USA came together to share experiences of fighting Covid-19. This was the third session of the international webinar series on “JNMCites’ Experiences from the COVID frontlines: USA and India” which was organised by Aligs’ Academic Enrichment Programme (AAEP) in association with Aligarh Medical Alumni Association of North America (AMAANA).
The second session on the Experiences of JNMCites from COVID Frontlines was held on October 4th, 2020.
The Aligs’ Academic Enrichment Programme (AAEP), in association with the Aligarh Medical Alumni Association of North America (AMAANA) held an international webinar on “JNMCites’ Experiences from the COVID frontlines: US and India”.
The novel coronavirus (SARS-Cov-2) delayed the Tokyo 2020 Games. The traveling by air, rail, road, and sea inside and outside the countries has stopped to contain the virus. The amount of money lost and assistance needed to re-schedule and conduct the Games in 2021 have been estimated. With more than one billion population is under the semi-locked down and movement of people is restricted, athletes cannot prepare at home and participate in the Games. The COVID-19 outbreak has spread around the world; it has already infected 5.7 million people and caused 355,000 deaths…
As part of the JNMC Pathology Adjunct Faculty Post-Graduate Lecture Series, Dr. Ashraf Khan, MD. FRCPath will conduct as series of lectures starting July 16, 2020.
Dr. Tazeen Beg, an anesthesiologist at Stony Brook University Hospital in Long Island, New York, spoke with DailyMail.com about what it’s like to be a frontline worker during the novel coronavirus epidemic.