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Dr. Mulpur has been practicing in Huntsville as a general neurologist from July 1990 after completing his fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital with special interest in Neuromuscular diseases. He cleared Neurology boards immediately and subsequently qualified by the AANEM Boards twice. He has attended several AAN and AANEM conferences. He has been the Medical Director of the Neuro-Physiology lab at Huntsville Hospital system for the last 9 years. He has been on the volunteer faculty of UAB School of Medicine for Neurology at the Huntsville regional campus for the last 15 years, and has had 100+ medical students as well Internal Medicine and Family Medicine resistents rotate with him. He has been blessed with the best teacher “ARGUS AWARD” in 2007 by UAB Medical students. He was the MDA clinic director for nearly 15 years at the MDA clinic branch in Huntsville. Now, he has been directing and providing care for the ALS patients in North Alabama and has received the ALSA certification for our ALS clinic in Huntsville. He received the Eric Obermann ALS Humanitarian award in 2013.

 

In addition, he has participated in several committees in Huntsville and Crestwood Hospitals in leadership roles (eg: Critical care, Neuro-endovascular, Stroke, and Credential committees). He was also on the board of the Madison County Medical Society and held numerous positions in our Medical School Alumni organization (GMCANA) as well as American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) as President at the local level and Regional Director at the National level.

 

He has volunteered for several charitable programs including tornado relief programs, Huntsville Community Free Clinic, and with his family serving food at the downtown rescue mission and homeless shelter. Just as we are updating this he has been elevated to “Fellow” status in American Academy of Neurology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alabama API Annual Meeting 2015

Saturday morning CME Program

December 5, 7:30am to 1:30pm

Dowdle Center (Corporate University)

109 Governor’s Drive, Huntsville, AL

Message:

-CME is free for active aAPI members. Physicians please pay both Alabama API annual membership dues ($50 for Physician or $75 for Physician couple) AND 2015 Annual Meeting Registration Fee ($25 per attendee).

 

-Pharma and other sales associates can set up exhibit booths Saturday (12/5) morning in designated areas. Booth hours: 7:30 AM to 1 PM.
-Meeting will be held in Conference Rooms (119 B and C). On ground level (1st floor) straight back and to the right.


-You should find some parking in front of the building. Additional parking is located at the corner of Harvard Street and Longwood Drive. There is paid parking available at Governor’s Drive Medical Tower.


-Breakfast, Coffee from Starbucks and Lunch will be provided.

CME PRESENTATIONS

 Moderator: Dr. Parekha Yedla

7:30-8:00AM: Registration and Breakfast, Visit Exhibits
8:00-9:00AM: “Nutritional deficiencies in 2015” by Dr. Lourdes Corman 
9:00-10:00AM: “Palliative care: A case of need” Dr. Akshai Janak, MD 
10:00-10:30AM Break, Visit exhibits
10:30-11:30AM: “Case-based approach to Dermatologic diseases” by Dr. Ruth Yates 
11:30:12:30PM: "Infectious disease - focus on C. diff infections, Community acquired pneumonia, HIV prophylaxis" by Dr. Ali Hassoun

12:30-1:00PM: Break for Lunch and Exhibit
1:00-1:30PM: General body meeting
After the CME session all the members are requested to stay for the General Body Meeting.

aAPI has arranged members to obtain 4 CME credit hours through Huntsville Hospital

Register for meeting and pay aAPI annual membership dues by clicking the following link.

http://www.alabamaapi.org/calendar_detail.asp?id=8255

 

Alabama API Annual Meeting 2015

Saturday Annual Gala Banquet

December5, 6:00pm to 10:00pm

Beville Conference Center & Hotel

550 Sparkman Dr, Huntsville, AL

Saturday Annual Gala Banquet
December 5, 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Beville Conference Center & Hotel

Moderator: Dr. Tarak Vasavada / Dr. Shashi Kumar 

6:30-7:00 PM: Registration, Appetizers, Drinks
7:00-7:15 PM: aAPI President address: Dr. Rupen Joshi
7:15-7:30 PM: Regional Director, SE Central (Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee) address: Dr. T. J. Mulpur
7:30-8:00 PM: Special guest: Dr. M.S. Arun "Strategies on moving from Volume-based to Value-based payment system"

8:00-8:30 PM: Sponsors Talk (15 mins each). 

8:30-9:00 PM: aAPI Scholarship Fund Check presentation to the 2015 winner, Dr. Amit Chakrabarty 

9:00-10:30 PM: Dinner, Music, Dance  

Registration: 

-Registration fee is $25 for each person for the whole event. 
-Registration is free for medical students and residents. 
-Please renew yearly local aAPI membership online or renew at the registration desk by paying $50 ($75 for physician couple). 

 

-YOU CAN REGISTER FOR MEETING and PAY ANNUAL DUES by clicking the link below: 

http://www.alabamaapi.org/calendar_detail.asp?id=8255 

-No baby sitting arrangement have been made 

aAPI wishes to thank all sponsors:
(Alphabetical order): 

 Astra-Zeneca

Encore enterprises

Harish Thadani

 Malik Kareem, InterLab

Mylan Labs  


 Lilly USA

ServisFirst Bank

SVMIC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alabama API Annual Meeting 2014 Nov 21-22, 2014

Friday Dinner Program

November 21, 6:30pm to 10:30 pm

India House

3300 Homes Avenue, Huntsville, AL 

6:30-7:00 PM - Registration, Appetizers, Drinks 
7:00-7:30 PM - Anaphylaxis (Identifying & Managing Patients At Risk - Shashi Kumar MD - Sponsor:  Mylan Labs 

7:30-8:00 PM: Guest of Honor: National AAPI President:  Dr. Ravi Jahagirdar, Urologist, Orlando, FL  

 8:00-8;30 PM: Retirement Insurance - Harish Thadani, Atlanta, GA 

8:030-10:30 PM - Dinner, Music, Dance 

Appetizers and Dinner catered from Khan 

Registration: 
-Registration fee is $50 for each person for the whole event if you register before Nov 18, 2014.  After that the registration fee will be $60.  There is no separate fee for CME program. $60 per person fee includes attendance both nights, Food, Drinks, CME and Entertainment. 
-Guests of aAPI members pay $50 if registered by Nov 18, and $60 after that.  Non-physician guests may not attend CME. 
-Non-members will be charged $75 if registered by Nov 18.  After that the fee is $85. 
-Registration is free for medical students and residents. 
REGISTER BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW: 
Please RSVP by November 18, 2014.

Register for meeting and pay aAPI annual membership dues by clicking the following link.

http://www.alabamaapi.org/calendar_detail.asp?id=7322

 

Alabama API Annual Meeting 2014

Saturday morning CME Program

November 22, 7:30am to 1:30pm

Dowdle Center (Corporate University)

109 Governor’s Drive, Huntsville, AL

Message: 
-Pharma and other sales associates can set up exhibit booths Saturday (11/22) morning in designated areas. Booth hours: 7:30 AM to 1 PM. 
-Meeting will be held in Conference Rooms (119 B and C). On ground level (1st floor) straight back and to the right. 
-You should find some parking in front of the building. Additional parking is located at the corner of Harvard Street and Longwood Drive. There is paid parking available at Governor’s Drive Medical Tower. 
-Breakfast (Saffron), Coffee from Starbucks and Lunch (Nothing but Noodles) will be served. 

CME PRESENTATIONS

7:30-8:00AM: Registration and Breakfast, Visit Exhibits 
8:00-9:00AM: “Diagnosis and Management of Headaches in primary care population” by Dr. Anjan Alapati, Professor of Neurology; University of Alabama School of Medicine, Huntsville Campus 
9:00-10:00AM: “Clinical pearls: Learning Guidelines from interactive cases ” Dr. Parekha Yedla, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine University of Alabama School of Medicine, Huntsville Campus 
10:00-10:30AM Break, Visit exhibits 
10:30-11:30AM: “American Beliefs about the End of Life and the Importance of Advanced Care Planning” by Dr. Monica Williams-Murphy, MD, ER Physician Huntsville Hospital 
11:30:12:30PM: Panel Discussion: 
1. Brain Health: Psychological and Spiritual Needs of our Patients 
2. Difficult patient: Medical and Psychiatric Perspectives
Dr. Gagan Dhaliwal, Dr. Scariya Kumar 
12:30-1:00PM: Break for Lunch and Exhibit 
1:00-1:30PM: General body meeting 
After the CME session all the members are requested to stay for the General Body Meeting. 
  
aAPI has arranged members to obtain 4 CME credit hours through Huntsville Hospital 
  
Register for meeting and pay aAPI annual membership dues by clicking the following link.

http://www.alabamaapi.org/calendar_detail.asp?id=7322

 

Alabama API Annual Meeting 2014

Saturday Annual Gala Banquet

November 22, 6:00pm to 10:30pm

EarlyWorks

404 Madison St SE, Huntsville, AL

Annual Gala Banquet

6:30-7:00 PM: Registration, Appetizers, Drinks
7:00-7:30 PM: Incoming President address: Dr. Rupen Joshi
7:30-8:00 PM: Regional Director, SE Central (Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee) address: Dr. T. J. Mulpur
8:00-9:00 PM: aAPI Scholarship Fund Check presentation to the 2014 winner and "Trip down the memory lane" by Outgoing aAPI President, Dr. Amit Chakrabarty
9:00-10:30 PM: Gujarati group Garba and Raas dance lesson, Dinner, Music
Appetizers and Dinner catered from Sitar

-You can park on the street or use public garages on Gates avenue and Fountain circle. The meters are free on the weekends and after 5pm.

Registration:
-Registration fee is $50 for each person for the whole event.
-Non-members will be charged $75.
-Registration is free for medical students and residents.
-Please renew yearly local aAPI membership online or renew at the registration desk by paying $50 ($75 for physician couple).

-YOU CAN REGISTER FOR MEETING and PAY ANNUAL DUES by clicking the link below:

-No baby sitting arrangement have been made for EarlyWorks.

aAPI wishes to thank all sponsors:
(Alphabetical order):
*AstraZeneca
Encore enterprises
*GenoPATH LLC
*Kowa Pharmaceuticals America, Inc
*MEDA Pharmaceuticals
*Merck
Mylan Labs
*SVIMC (State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company)
TEVA Pharmaceuticals
*Takeda Pharmaceuticals
*UCB, Inc

 

 

 

"Heart to Heart" Live concert by Ghazal Maestro Pankaj Udhas

Venue: Bob Jones High School Auditorium, Huntsville, Alabama

Concert held on: September 20, 2013 7:30 PM 

Alabama Association of Physicians of Indian Origin based in Huntsville, Alabama did a fund raising concert featuring ghazal maestro Shri Pankaj Udhas.  The show was a stupendous success.  More than 700 fans were mesmerized by the glorious nostalgic hits like Chitthi Ayee Hai, Deewaron Se mike Rona Accha Lagta hai and Mayee from his latest album Sentimental, and swayed to the intoxicating melodies like SabKo Maalum Hai main Sharabi Nahin and Thodi Thodi piya Karo and rocked to his signature "Ghungroo Toot Gayi".  

His three hour performance that lasted till 1130 pm underscored the fact that despite more than four decades of topping the ghazal scene in India he still has the charm and talent to hold everyone in the audience glued to their seats till the very end.  The Alabama API fund raising attempt was very successful and they raised more than $ 50,000 that will go towards a scholarship fund for needy and meritorious Children of North Alabama of Indian Origin and also partnering with the national AAPI to partner with one or two schools a year to raise awareness for childhood obesity.

 

 

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