DUHS pays glowing tribute to Prof Adnan Aziz’s medical services
KARACHI: Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) on Wednesday organized condolence reference for former Vice-Principal, Dow Medical College, late Prof Dr Adnan Aziz at DMC auditorium.
Speaking at the seminar, DUHS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mohammed Saeed Quraishy said Prof Aziz was a strong man, who always remained very focused and determined. “He was always forward looking and able to reach a significant position at very young age. His sudden death has left a void in everyone’s life, who was close to him.”
Philanthropist and founder of the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation, Prof Adeeb Rizvi. Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Khawar Saeed Jamali, Pro-VC Prof Mohammad Masroor, Principal Dow Medical College Prof Dr Kartar Dawani, Registrar, DUHS, Prof Amanullah Abbasi, Prof Dr Anwer Naqvi, Prof Dr Saba, Prof Dr Qamar Baloch, Prof Abu Talib, Dr Sobia the youngest sister of late Prof Adana Aziz along with other members of grieving family, senior faculty members, postgraduates, co-workers and large number of students attended the condolence gathering of the deceased.
Prof Dr Mohammed Saeed Quraishy further said, “Prof Adnan Aziz began his career in 2005 as an Assistant Professor at DMC and with a short span of time, he became the shining star of the Dow family as well as the Civil Hospital Karachi.
Speaking about her brother Dr Sobia said, he was a successful surgeon, the former Vice Principal of DMC and the Director of Professional Development center (PDC), at DMC. He was so dedicated to work that nobody had ever witnessed him saying ‘NO’ to anything. He used to perform the surgery case of his father himself. He always come up with innovative ideas and never set contented for less’’.
Prof Dr Zarnaz Wahid appreciated the services of the deceased and said that Dr Adnan Aziz was always down to earth and had a really kind nature who never hold grudges against anyone. He has lived a short life but he really had a heart of gold.
At the end, Dr Zubair offered Fateha for the departed soul.