Available for home tuition for parents’ aspiring children and students leading to degree in medicine or biological sciences

Available for home tuition for parents’ aspiring children and students leading to degree in medicine or biological sciences

RETIRED PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE AND NEUROLOGY (google DR GOBINATHAN DEVATHASAN FRCP UK, FAAN USA, MD and MASTERS of MEDICINE Singapore, for brief PUBLICATIONS AND CV)

Trained and taught in Singapore, Edinburgh UK, NSW Australia, and US Johns Hopkins.

Available for home tuition for parents’ aspiring children and students leading to degree in medicine or biological sciences. Also for postgrad training in internal medicine and neurology available with all training equipment at site for nerve studies, brain waves or EEG, rapid magnetic stimulation, muscle with full ultrasound /dynamic gym, general ultrasound and ultrasound of heart, neck and brain vessels. 

Expertise in above and general neurology, teach and demonstrate use of botulin (non aesthetic), expertise in prevention of Parkinson’s, vertigo, stroke and Alzheimer’s all based on personal experience, data and publications. 

For levels below 12th grade preference is to teach advance English, mathematics and physics.

Price; negotiable and flexible. Location Lat Krabang District near airport. 

Aspiring students call +669 9195 0877 Dr. (English) or Mrs. Leena +668 2396 1555 

Email: leena.nan@me.com for Dr’s credentials in English or Thai

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