M Aslam Khan Malik
Who is M Aslam Khan Malik?
M. Asalam K. Malik December 4, 1933 - January 9, 2008 was a Distinguished Professor and Ophthalmologist in Pakistan. He was a Professor of Ophthalmology, Section Head Department of Ophthalmology, Shifa College of Medicine at the time of his death. He is famous and known for his humanitarian and volunteer work as an eye specialist.
On his return from UK he joined Rawalpindi Medical College and Holy Family Hospital as assistant professor and established and played a pivotal part in running very successful FFA.Ultrasanography and Laser Units. He had also established FFA Department at Victoria Hospital, Blackpool, Lancs. UK in 1975, when there were few FFA and laser units in the whole of UK.
He had special interest in Keratoplasty and in collaboration with International Eye Bank, Sri Lanka, Pakistan Eye Bank Society and an NGO-REDO and played a prominent role to make HF Hospital a well known keratoplasty centre and then played a major role in establishing an – NGO REDO – Rawalpindi Eye Donors organisation Rawalpindi and another Eye Hospital at Balkasar, Chakwal and established an independent Keratoplasty Centre at Rawalpindi where free Keratoplasty surgery is being done and has to his credit in doing about 700 out of 1183 free Keratoplasty operations done in Rawalpindi from 1977-to-date.
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