Doctor & Scientific Explorer
Alexander Kumar is an experienced expedition medic to remote areas of the world. He conducted research for the European Space Agency in an attempt to understand how far human physiology and psychology can be pushed towards a future manned mission to Mars.
"Realising knowledge and humour weigh nothing; Alex travels light, armed only with a stethoscope, camera, sense of humour and curiosity for life."Add to my shortlist
A British born part Indian medical doctor who has lived, worked and travelled through over 80 countries on all 7 continents. He graduated with a medical degree from Guy's, King's & St. Thomas' in London, following numerous medical placements including in India, Israel, Shetland, the Amazon and Arctic. He also holds a first class honours degree in International Health. Drawing attention to Global Health inequality, Alex helps raise awareness about issues, including indigenous population health. Fascinated by life in the Polar Regions from a young age, he followed his heart to the Canadian Arctic, where he completed his dissertation conducting the first piece of research on HIV among Inuit. Later, Alex travelled to Antarctica and spent around one year living at Concordia, a joint French-Italian inland Antarctic research station as the Human Spaceflight Research MD. Aside to his extensive polar experience he specialises in severe and fatal tropical infectious diseases.
WHAT he OFFERS YOU
He delivers serious and humorous educational, inspirational, scientific and medical presentations sharing his unique first hand personal experience and anecdotes from his extensive travels in extreme environments, observing and treating human psychology and physiology at their very limits.
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