Indian-American cardiologist bags 2021 HFSA lifetime achievement award

Anand returned to India in 1976 and began working at the PGI. He moved to Minneapolis in 1991 as Professor of Medicine and Director of the Heart Failure Program at the VA Medical Centre. He remained there till his retirement in 2015.

Indian-American cardiologist bags 2021 HFSA lifetime achievement award

Inder Anand, an Indian-American cardiologist, has received the prestigious Heart Failure Society of America's (HFSA) Lifetime Achievement Award for his pioneering work in the fields of congestive heart failure, high altitude medicine and biology.

Dr. Santokh Singh Anand, the father of Dr. Inder Anand, was one of the PGI, Chandigarh's founders. In 1966, he was awarded the Rhodes Scholarship. Dr. Anand joined PGI in 1976. In 1991, he shifted to the United States.