An Indian doctor who became a hero after devising cure for the Kala-azar disease that devastated Indian villages. It’s estimated that his finding saved an incredible number of lives in India, specifically in the province of Assam, that was strike especially hard by the condition. He received his Ph.D. in 1904 for his study paper on Haemolysis. He was nominated for the Nobel Reward in 1929 in neuro-scientific Physiology and Medication. His dad was your physician in East Indian Railways. He and Satyendra Nath Bose had been two from the leading researchers during what had become referred to as the Bengal Renaissance.