Mohammad Rafi (M. R.) Khan
- Born: 1 August 1928, Rasulpur, Satkhira
- Died: 5 November 2016, Dhaka (aged 88)
- Profession: Internationally reputed Paediatrician
- Recognition: National Professor of Bangladesh, 15 gold medal awards, Ekushey Padak award, 'Shishu Bandhu'
- National contribution: 'Father of Paediatrics in Bangladesh'
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- Early life, education, family life
- Denied Pourashava election win and falsely jailed, Professor of Paediatrics and Medicine in various prestigious institutions
- 'Father of Paediatrics in Bangladesh' and 'Shishu Bandhu', Shishu Sasthya Foundation
- Other prominent role and notable contribution (e.g. teacher in Bangladesh Army, Vice President and Fellow of BAS), retirement
- Awards galore (includes 15 gold medals), National Professor of Bangladesh
- Legacy I: What others say about Mohammad Rafi (M. R.) Khan...
Timeline of few major events in Mohammad Rafi (M. R.) Khan's life:
- 1952 - Graduate in Medicine (MBBS) from Calcutta Medical College
- 1955 - Denied Chairmanship in Pourashava election win and jailed
- 1957 - Travel to UK for postgraduate qualifications
- 1963 - Begin career as Associate Professor of Medicine in Dhaka Medical College
- 1970 - Professor of Paediatrics in Dhaka Medical College
- 1972 - Introduce FCPS, DCH & MCPS in Paediatrics
- 1972 - Appointed founding president of Bangladesh Paediatric Association (BPA)
- January 1983 - Founding chairman of the Shishu Sasthya Foundation Bangladesh (SSFB). Establish many health-related institutions including Institute of Child Health (ICH) and Shishu Hospital
- 1986 - 2011 - Winner of 15 Gold Medals including Sher-E-Bangla Jatiyo Smrity Sangsad (1992) and Ekushey Gold Medal Award for Social Service (2009)
- 1987 - Biography included in International WHO is WHO of Intellectuals (7th edition) published by Biographical Centre (IBC) Cambridge, U.K.
- August 1988 - Retire as a Professor of Pediatrics in IPGM&R
- 1995 - Designated 'National Professor' by Government of Bangladesh
- 2012 - Wife Anwara Khatun pass away