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Some Success Stories in Aerospace medicine

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Harish Malik - [email protected] India. Wing Commander in the Indian Air Force practicing Military Aerospace Medicine
for the last 20 years. Qualifications: MBBS, Dip Av Med, MD (Aerospace Medicine), M Sc (Defence Studies). Main areas of
interest are in the field of Acceleration Physiology and high altitude physiology. Presently posted as professor of Aerospace
Medicine at Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Indian Air Force, Vimanapura PO, Bangalore-560017, tele-91-080-5453565 (residence) 91-080-5264131 Extn 355 (Office).


Anil Mehra - [email protected] . India. I am ex Air Force Medical Officer, retired as Sqn.Ldr.in 1980, since then am practising general medicine and Aviation Medicine in Bombay. I am the Medical Director of India Aeromedical Services Inc. the first company in India to provide Air Ambulance and other aviation related medical expertise. I am also the medical consultant to various International Airlines in Bombay and Chief Medical Officer East West Airlines India. I am also senior
Aviation Medical Examiner appointed by FAA. Dr. Anil Mehra.MD, 41 Pali Hills, Nargis Dutt Road, Bandra, MUMBAI 400 050, INDIA. Phone: +91 (22) 6491537, +91(22) 6462912.

Pooshan D Navathe - [email protected] . India. WGCDR IAF. Graduated in modern medicine in 1979, obtained
postgraduate degree in Aerospace Medicine in 1988, and underwent Aerospace Medicine diploma for international medical
officers at USAFSAM, Brooks AFB in 1992. Serving in the Indian Air Force since 1979. Presently in the faculty of Institute of
Aerospace Medicine at Bangalore, India, as Head of the Dept of Aviation Safety, Human Factors Division, Classified
Specialist in Aviation Medicine and Associate Professor of Aerospace Medicine. Areas of interest include human factors, clinical aerospace medicine, and computer applications in medicine. Currently fascinated by stress, human error and human reliability. Carrying out research work, teaching and aircrew evaluation at this premier Institute. Associate Fellow of Indian Society of Aerospace Medicine, Member of Editorial Board of Indian Journal of Aerospace Medicine, Member of AsMA and, Member Indian Society of Ergonomics and Aeronautical Society of India. Institute of Aerospace Medicine IAF, Vimanapura, Bangalore 560 017, India. Phone: +91 80 554-6896. Fax: +91 (80) 527-3458.

G. S. Nayar - [email protected] . India. GPCAPT IAF. Graduated in modern medicine in 1967, obtained postgraduate
diploma in Aviation Medicine in 1971, obtained postgraduate degree in Internal Medicine in 1984. Serving in the Indian Air
Force since 1968. Presently in the faculty of Institute of Aerospace Medicine at Bangalore, India as Chief Instructor, Chief of Human Factors Division , Senior Adviser in Aviation Medicine and Professor of Aerospace Medicine. Areas of interest include human factors, clinical aerospace medicine, space medicine and computer applications in medicine. Lately fascinated by the internet and information technology. Carrying out research work, teaching and aircrew evaluation. Institute of Aerospace Medicine IAF, Vimanapura, Bangalore 560 017, India. Telephone -> +91 80 554-6891.



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