Dr. YETHINDRA VITYALA
Doctor, Researcher, Author, Activist, Philanthropist, Ambassador, & Speaker
Research, Social Activities, Writing, & Volunteering
Dr. Yethindra Vityala, MBBS from Warangal, Telangana, World's Youngest Scientist in Medicine, 12-time world record holder, national & international awards recipient, completed 51 courses in reputed universities, author 2 books & 26 research articles in reputed journals.
Dr. Vityala Yethindra (born January 10, 1997) is an Indian doctor, researcher, writer, author, social activist, and world record holder from Warangal district, of Telangana in India.
Until the age of 15, He was an average student aiming to be a professional cricket player but his grandfather’s death made him be a doctor in later years. Owing to several disheartening experiences in the past, he planned to make his dreams come true and started working hard.
In 2018, Dr. Yethindra completed 51 medical courses from reputed universities.
From 2018-2021, he authored two books and published 23 research articles in esteemed peer-reviewed journals.
From 2018-2020, He received 12 world records.
In 2019, he received six world records as World’s Youngest Scientist in Medicine.
In 2020, he received the Guinness World Record for the longest title of a book after 2 years struggle.
From 2017-2020, He participated in 14 international conferences, delivered presentations, and won eight awards.
In 2020, He received Mahatma Gandhi National Award 2020 from Mahatma Gandhi Global Peace Forum and an Honorary doctorate from GPU (USA).
In 2021, He received MedEngage Award from Metropolis Healthcare Ltd., where he was regarded as the champion of champions.
In 2021, He received Karmaveer Chakra Award and Global Fellowship Award in 2021 from iCONGO in partnership with United Nations.
At present he is running COVID-19 Awareness campaign in government school students of Warangal.
Dr Vityala Yethindra regarded as a future superstar in medical research by Mid-day news.
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