His name is Balamurali Ambati. According to his parents, Ambati was doing calculus at the age of 4. At age 11, he graduated from high school and co-authored a research book on AIDS. He graduated from New York University at the age of 13, with Rami Malek a distant second at the age of 20. He graduated from Mount Sinai School of Medicine with distinction at the age of 17, scoring above 99 percent on his National Medical Boards, thereby becoming the world’s youngest Medical Doctor in 1995.
Ambati described himself as being popular with people and, standing 6 feet tall, did not appear too young for a career in medicine. When he entered medical school at 14 years old, some assumed that he was one of the regular medical students. He completed all his medical training at 24 years old, thereby making him an anomaly in the Field (He holds a Guinness World Record).
Currently, Dr. Ambati is a professor of ophthalmology and visual sciences, adjunct associate professor of neurobiology and anatomy, and director of corneal research at the University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, United States.
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