Integrated TRADITIONAL Medicines
Peace Education for Better Health
Towards an integrated world health system, on the physical, mental and spiritual levels




Prof. Dr. Sir Anton Jayasuriya - Sri Lanka

The Lama Gangchen World Peace Foundation and Lama Gangchen have been working with Lord Pandit Prof. Dr. Sir Anton Jayasuriya and his international team since 1995 to promote and successfully integrate Non Conventional Medicines throughout the world. This congress is being held in Italy for the first time as a special tribute to honour the lifelong dedication of Lord Pandit Prof. Dr. Sir Anton Jayasuriya in his wishfulfilling quest to recognize and appreciate all those who serve the cause for a healthier world with their individual skills and come to share their knowledge at congresses on Non Conventional Medicines held worldwide under his auspices.

Date of Birth: 20th June, 1930
M.B.B.S.(Cey.), B.Sc.(Tor.), D.Phys.Med.,
R.C.P. (Lond.) & R.C.S. (Eng.), M.Ac.F. (Sri Lanka),
D.Sc. (Cum Laude) Wellington University,
M.F.Hom.M.A., F.Ac.F. (India) Ph.D., D.Litt. (Honoris Causa),
Diploma in Acupuncture (Peking),
Certificate for neuro-physiological research, Institute of Physiology, Shanghai,
Member of the International Institute of Homoeopathy,
Member of the Acupuncture Foundation (Canada),
Diploma of the Homoeopathy Research Institute of Canada,
Diploma of the New York Academy of Homoeopathic medicine,
Fellow of the Australian Medical Acupuncture Society,
Visiting Professor, Acupuncture Academy of Western Australia,
Chairman of the Scandinavian Acupuncture Foundation,
Fellow of the Medical Acupuncture Association (Bratislava),
Fellow of the Korean Acupuncture Association,
Fellow of the International Shiatzu association (Japan),
Honorary Patron, Zoroastrian College, Bombay, India,
Adjunct Professor Notre Dame De Lafayette University
Honorary Patron, International Zoroastrian Society,
Honorary Patron, Pan-American Association of Acupuncture,
Founder Member Asian Society of Acupuncture (Bali Indonesia 1978),
Fellow of the British Acupuncture Association,
Fellow of the Acupuncture Association of Australia, New Zealand & Asia,
Vice-President of the British & European Osteopathic Association,
Casualty (Traumatology) Surgeon, Government General Hospital,
Galle, Sri Lanka (1955),
Assistant Physician, Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,
Government general Hospital, Colombo (1956),
Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine, England (1957),
Chief Consultant Physician, Olympic Games for Disabled, Canada (1976)
& The Olympics (1976),
Member of the American Association of Natural Medicine,
Post graduate Fellow, Guys Hospital (1957-1958) &
The London Hospital (1959),
Visiting Clinician, Toronto Western Hospital, Canada,
Visiting Professor, Royal College of General Practitioners, Melbourne, Australia,
Visiting Professor, Acupuncture, Homoeopathy & Manipulative Medicines,
Havana, Republic of Cuba,
Visiting Professor MINSAPP - Havana, Cuba,
Visiting Professor Shenyang University, The Peoples Republic of China,
Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (1994),
Fellow of the European Medical Association,
Doctor of Education (Medical Sciences), Alexandra University, U.S.A.,
Professor of Alexandria University, U.S.A,
Member, American College of Sports Medicine Association (1994),
Life Member of the International Council of Ayurveda,
Member , New York academy of Sciences,
Honorary President, Atlantic College of Medical Homoeopathy,
Republic of Columbia,
Senior Consultant Rheumatologist, Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka (1959 to date),
Honorary Consultant Physician (Rheumatologist), Sri Lanka, (Air Force),
Chief Acupuncturist, Institute of Acupuncture, Lasertherapy & Homoeopuncture, Colombo South Gov. General Teaching University Hospital, Kalubowila, Sri Lanka,
W.H.O. Fellow in Acupuncture, (Beijing, China 1974),
Peoples Republic of China Research Scholarship (Shanghai 1977),
Laureate, United Nations Dag Hammarskjold Award for Medicine (1984),
Chairman, Medicina Alternativa International; Dean,
The Open International University,
First International Hahnemann Gold Medal awarded by the B. Jain Foundation,
New Delhi, India (1993), for the integration of Acupuncture & Homoeopathy as Homoeopuncture.