Ranjan Ramasamy

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Professor Ranjan Ramasamy
Born Sri Lanka
Nationality Sri Lankan/Australian
Education Royal College, Colombo, Sri Lanka
The Perse School, Cambridge, England
Alma mater University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England
Occupation Professor of Immunology and Biochemistry
Employer National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka

Professor Ranjan Ramasamy is a Sri Lankan born Australian academic and scientist. He was formerly a Professor of Immunology and Biochemistry, and the Chairman of the National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka.[1]

Educated at the Royal College, Colombo, Sri Lanka and at The Perse School, Cambridge, England, he went on to gain a BA in Natural Sciences (1971) and a PhD (1974) from University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England. ==References==