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Babu Ezhumalai

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Babu Ezhumalai, also known as E Babu, was born in Puducherry, India. He is a cardiologist doctor.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Babu Ezhumalai completed his schooling at Petit Seminaire Higher Secondary School in Puducherry. He has an educational qualification of MBBS, MD (General Medicine), DM (Cardiology), FNB (Interventional Cardiology).[2] He pursued his medical education at the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) in Puducherry, India.


He is a senior interventional cardiologist and performs complex angioplasty procedures.[3] He worked at Fortis Malar Hospital, Adyar, Chennai.[3] He is currently associated with Apollo Hospitals, Vanagaram in Chennai.[4]

Awards and honours[edit]

In April 2017, Babu Ezhumalai received the Best Young Scientist Award at Transcatheter Therapeutics Asia Pacific conference in Seoul.[5]


Babu Ezhumalai is the founder and chairman of the Avatar Heart Foundation, a public charitable trust.[6]

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  2. IndiaCarBlogAdmin (2023-05-05). "Top 10 Cardiac Surgeons Fortis Hospital in Chennai". India Cardiac Surgery Site Blog. Retrieved 2024-05-10.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "78 Year Male with critical heart condition, suffering from multiple comorbidities successfully treated post a complex procedure at Fortis Malar Hospital". FM Live. 2021-12-15. Retrieved 2024-05-10.
  4. "Dr Babu Ezhumalai Cardiologist". Apollo Hospitals. Retrieved 2024-05-10.
  5. "TCTAP 2017". Retrieved 2024-05-10.
  6. "About | Avatar Heart Foundation". Retrieved 2024-05-10.