Ranil Fernando


Ranil Fernando has completed his degree (MBBS) and masters from the University of Colombo in the Department of surgery and also he completed his Ph.D. at University of Colombo. He is currently working as a professor (Chair) Dept. of Surgery Faculty of Medicine, University of Kelaniya, and he served as Consultant Surgeon at North Colombo Teaching Hospital - Ragama, Sri Lanka. He published many articles in national and international journals and also he participated in presentations. He received many honors and awards for his contribution in the field of surgery. He is an active member in various societies such as Active member of International Society of Surgeons (ISS/SIC), Country Representative of ISS/SIC, Member of the Asian Association of Endoscopic & Laparoscopic Surgeons, International adviser to Royal college of surgeons of Edinburgh.

Research Interests:

His research interest mainly focuses in endocrinology and his Current research on Endemic goiter and a study of correlation between diagnostic findings and antibody levels in Sri Lankan subjects with autoimmune thyroiditis

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