SN fellow is first Indian to receive McCartney prize


Dr. Sabyasachi Sengupta, research-cum-clinical vitreoretina fellow, Sankara Nethralaya, has earned the rare distinction of being the first Indian to be awarded the McCartney prize from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London. He was presented with the award on September 10, 2010. The McCartney prize is given to ophthalmologists securing the highest marks, globally, in the Ophthalmic Pathology section of the Part I FRCOphth exam conducted every year.

Dedicating the prestigious honour to all his teachers, who have guided him, and parents and wife for their unstinting support, Dr. Sengupta said the award will constantly serve as a source of inspiration for him to scale greater heights.

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    • drbpm
    • September 28, 2010

    Well done! Congratulations!

    • Subramanian
    • September 28, 2010

    Dear Dr. Sengupta,

    Today Mr.Sen told me about your achievement.
    Myself alongwith my family wish you all the best for the meritorious award. We wish you to reach many mile stones like this.

    J Subramanian
    Riviera Glass Pvt Ltd

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