Dr. Sandipan Dhar (MBBS, MD, DNB) is a Dermatologist of National & International
eminence. Currently he is working as an Professor & Head, Department Of
Pediatric Dermatology, Institute Of Child Health and Senior Visiting Consultant
at AMRI Hospitals, Kolkata. Dr. Dhar has received several prestigious honors and
awards in his career including Dr. B. M. Ambady Oration award in 2009 at Bangalore.
He is considered a pioneer of modern Pediatric Dermatology (children’s skin disease)
in India. Dr. Dhar has authored the FIRST BOOK on pediatric dermatology in India
which has got a rave National & International reviews and finds a place in the prestigious
AMAZON.COM catalogue. He has authored
The First Dermatology Dictionary in
India. He has also authored 4 more books for undergraduate and post graduate medical
students. He has published more than 180 research papers in various National & International
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Latest News & Announcement
- Invited Speaker at IPCC, Singapore
- 22nd International Pigment Cell Conference will take place at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore.Dr.Sandipan Dhar has been invited as a Panelist in ' Acquired Hypopigmentary Disorders in Children' in the prestigious International Pigment Cell Conference to be held at Singapore from 2nd to 6th September'14.
- Posted on 22-Aug-2014
- Awareness Programme on skin allergy in Children
- Dr.Sandipan Dhar was invited to organise an awareness programme at the Rainbow Academy ( Kidzee School), Santragachhi, Howrah. The programme was attended by more than 100 mothers of the kids of the school. The awareness programmes aimed at giving necessary informations and knowledge about different types of skin allergy commonly seen in children and how to detect it at the earliest. Dr.Dhar also spoke on role of various food items , dust, drugs and many other environmental factors in precipitation of allergies. There are various myths and misconcepts about allergy prevalent among lay public. These were addressed by Dr.Dhar. This programme was a unique one in entire eastern India as such type of activities are hardly taken up by any medical person/organisation, although in the western countries it is very common.
- Posted on 22-Jun-2014