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Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim was born on 31 December, 1911 at Murshidabad, India.
Dr. Ibrahim obtained MB from Calcutta Medical College; MRCP from Royal College of Physicians, London.
He was Professor of Medicine, Dhaka Medical College. Principal, Sir Salimullah Medical College, Dhaka. Director, Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre, Karachi. Adviser to the President, the People's Republic of Bangladesh. Minister-in-charge of the Ministry of Health and Population Control, Labour and Manpower and Ministry of Social Welfare.
Dr. Ibrahim was awarded American College of Chest Physician, FCCP; College of Physician and Surgeons (Pak.) FCPS; Royal College of Physicians, London FECP; College of Physicians and Surgeons (BD) FCPS; Royal College of Physicians (Glas.) FRCP. Sitara-e-Khidmat award from the then Govrnment of Pakistan; Independence Day Award, Bangladesh; Begum Zebunnessa and Quazi Mahbubullah Welfare Trust Gold Medal; Mahbub Ali Khan Memorial Award; Comilla Foundation Gold Medal Award; Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah Memorial Award; Member, Pakistan Medical Research Council; Pakistan National Scientific Professions; Vice-President of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences; and President, Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons. Member, National Science Council. He establihsed a unique institution known as BIRDEM (Bangladesh Institute of Research and Rehabil itation in Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders), now known as Ibrahim Diabetic Centre in honour of his dedicated services to the suffering humanity.
Dr. Ibrahim was a specialist of chest, heart, endocrinology, health education, and geriatric medicine. He has a large number of publications in many national scientific and medical journals.
Dr. Ibrahim’s presentation and representation both local and international are enormous of which following are notable: Third Int. Cong. of the World Population Society, Washington, 1976; Tenth IDF Cong. Vienna, 1979; 12th Int. Cong. of Gerontology, Hamburg, 1981; First meeting of UN on World Problems of Ageing, Vienna 1982; Third World Cong. of Diabetes in the Tropics and Developig Countries, Bangkok, Dec. 1984; WHO/DF Executive Committee meeting on Diabetes in London, 1984; 13th Int. Cong. of Gerontology, New York, 1985; 12th Cong. of IDE Madrid, 1985.
Dr. Ibrahim was Member, Senate, Dhaka University; Member, International Diabetes Federation; Member, Board of Management, International Federation on Ageing; Founding Fellow and Council Member, Islamic Academy of Science, Jordan, 1986 till his death.
Dr. Ibrahim passed away on 6 September 1989.