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MRCS Team

Mr Anindya Niyogi

FRCS ( Paed )
Course Lead

Anindya Niyogi is a Consultant Paediatric Surgeon at King’s College Hospital London. Apart from having a strong clinical background, he is involved extensively in academic activities after receiving the Masters of Health Professions Education degree. This includes his role as GMC PLAB examiner, PLAB Station Management Member responsible for designing OSCE stations, teaching on MRCS and FRCS courses, faculty for basic and advanced laparoscopic skills courses from the Royal College of Surgeons and a project team member of the PG cert in Surgery e-learning. He is a co-founder and faculty on the SPRINT international virtual education programme for Paediatric Surgery.

Mr Manas Dube

MBBS( Calcutta), MS( General surgery), MRCS, FRCS ( General Surgery)

Manas Dube is a Consultant General Surgeon in the East Midlands. His Special interest area is Breast cancer and reconstructive surgery. He has been actively involved with teaching and assessment (OSCE and OSLER)  of Medical Students of different medical schools in the UK. He is also a faculty member of the FRCS examination course

Mr Manas Dube

MBBS( Calcutta), MS( General surgery), MRCS, FRCS ( General Surgery)

Manas Dube is a Consultant General Surgeon in the East Midlands. His Special interest area is Breast cancer and reconstructive surgery. He has been actively involved with teaching and assessment (OSCE and OSLER)  of Medical Students of different medical schools in the UK. He is also a faculty member of the FRCS examination course

Mr Kishore Makam

MBBS, MS(Gen Surg), FRCS, FRCS(Gen Surg)

Mr Makam is a recently retired consultant general, breast and endocrine surgeon who worked in the NHS for 26 years. His special interests are breast cancer, thyroid, and parathyroid surgery, apart from routine general surgical operations. 

At the time of retirement, he was the Foundation Programme Director for George Eliot Hospital and Associate Professor (honorary) of clinical education in Warwick Medical school. He was also the representative of surgical research for NIHR, West Midlands chapter. He was the lead surgeon for breast cancer services at George Eliot Hospital NHS trust. 

Mr Makam was the lead for the surgical curriculum for Warwick Medical school for nearly 15 years.