Dr. Raju Panta has earned professional medical degrees of MBBS and MD (three year residency in Basic and Clinical Physiology), under merit?based full scholarships from the nationally and internationally accredited medical colleges in Nepal. He was awarded the “Certificate of Expertise in Electrophysiology” after completion of his doctorate thesis during his residency. His thoughtful ideas inspired him to accomplish research work on Diabetes Mellitus where he studied the electroencephalographic evidence of central neuropathy in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients before overt peripheral neuropathy. Dr. Panta has been working in Trinity School of Medicine, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, West Indies, since November 2013 and serving as an Assistant Professor and Course Director of Physiology. In Trinity, he also has served as a member of the core committees for curriculum development, faculty search, promotion, research, academic progress, admissions, and institutional self-study. He has proven record of excellence in teaching as evidenced by a number of “SGA awards” awarded by ‘Student Government Association’ in recognition of the best professor in Trinity. In addition, he has extensive experience of participation in conferences, workshops, and continuing medical educations (CMEs) as a presenter, organizer, demonstrator, and a trainer. His organizational memberships include the American Physiological Society (APS), International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE), Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), Physiological Society of Nepal (PSN), and Nepal Medical Council.