Ronald Ross (13 May 1857 - 16 September 1932), was a British physician and Nobel Prize winner. He was awarded the 1902 Nobel Prize for Medicine.
 The award was given to him for his discovery of the life cycle of the malaria parasite Plasmodium. Ronald Ross, the master of multidimensional personality, was born in Almora, present-day Uttarakhand. His father's name was Sir C.C.G. It was He was a general in the British Army. Ronald did his higher education in London. Along with mathematics, he was also interested in poetry and music. Since I was only 16, He finished first from Cambridge in a drawing competition. In 1881, he joined the Medical Service. His first appointment was in Madras as a Medical Officer. At that time, there were many cases of malaria in India. Therefore, in 1892, based on his experience, he started his full-fledged research work on malaria. After several unsuccessful attempts of two and a half years, he succeeded on his own efforts.
Ronald Ross was born on May 13, 1857 in Almora. Just three days after the first freedom struggle started in the country. He was the eldest of ten children of Sir Campbell Ross, the Scottish officer of the Indian Army of the British Raj. Young Ronald was interested in becoming a poet or writer. He enjoyed solving math problems. At that time, the officers of the Indian Medical Service used to get very good salaries and there were many opportunities for promotion, so their father wanted to see them becoming officers of the Indian Medical Service. After schooling in England, under pressure from his father, he joined St Barthelomew Medical School in London.
After completing his medical education, he reluctantly sat for the Indian Medical Service entrance exam and failed. The next year, under the pressure of father, he again sat in the examination and came 17th among 24 successful students. After four months training in the Army Medical School, he joined the Indian Medical Service and his father's dream came true. He got a chance to work in the less prestigious Madras Presidency instead of Calcutta or Bombay. Most of his work there was to treat soldiers suffering from malaria. Quinine would have cured patients, but malaria spread so fast that many patients could not get treatment and would die.
At the age of eight, he was sent to England on the Isle of Wight to live with his uncle and aunt. He attended primary schools on the Ride and for secondary education he was sent to a boarding school in Springhill, near Southampton, in 1869. From his childhood he developed a passion for poetry, music, literature and mathematics. At sixteen he finished first in the Oxford and Cambridge local exams in drawing. Not fully committed He spent most of his time composing music and writing poems and plays. He left in 1880. In 1879 he passed the examinations for the Royal College of Surgeons of England and while studying for the Sanjunya Society of Attar, he worked as a ship surgeon on a transatlantic steamer. He entered the Indian Medical Service in 1881 after a second attempt in 1881 and a four-month training at the Army Medical School. Between June 1888 and May 1889 he took study leave to obtain a diploma in public health from the Royal College of Physicians and took a course in bacteriology under the College of Royal Surgeons and Professor E. Klein.
Ronald Ross was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1902 for his work on malaria. Apart from this, he has also received many honors. In 1901 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and the Royal Society, in which he became the Vice President from 1911 to 1913. In 1902, the Most Honorable Order of Bath was appointed by Emperor Edward VII. In Ludhiana, Christian Medical College has named its hostel as "Ross Hostel", the young doctors there often refer to themselves as "Rossians". "Sir Ronald Ross Institute of Parasitology" in Ronald Ross's memory Was established in Osmania University in Hyderabad.
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