Dr. Khaled Nashwan

Dr. Khaled Nashwan is a Yemeni physician and inventor residing in Hungary. His invention, the device of atherosclerosis treatment, was the reason for his worldwide fame. Khaled Awad Saleh Nashwan was born in Sana'a- 1970, where he studied until he finished high school. After that, he received a scholarship to study medicine in Hungary. Then, he settled there after completing his specialized studies and obtaining a doctorate.

His inventions and scientific research have rolled, which have won more than thirty international awards. Dr. Nashwan was the first scientist from the Middle East who received the famous international Marie Curie Medal in 2005.
He received honors for his scientific achievements from several countries and international institutions in Russia, Switzerland, Poland, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea, Hungary, Germany, etc.
The International Federation of Inventors' Associations (IFIA) has awarded Dr. Khaled Nashwan the “Knight medal of International Inventors”, as he is the first and only Arab who received such a medal.
In addition to his scientific and medical achievements, Dr. Khaled Nashwan has also numerous literary works in both Arabic and Hungarian published in newspapers. He has a collection of poetry in Hungarian. In 2001, he received an award for his book “I came from the land of Sheba Queen.” Dr. Khaled Nashwan passed away on March 31, 2021 AD in Sana'a after being infected by Coronavirus.

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