Maj Gen Suhaib Ahmed (R), HI (M) graduated from King Edward Medical College Lahore in 1980. He is a Fellow of Haematology from the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan and also has PhD in molecular genetics from University College London. He has served in the Armed Forces for over 32 years where he mostly worked at the prestigious Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP). In 1994 he started the first clinical service for prenatal diagnosis of thalassaemia and other genetic disorders in Pakistan. He has a vast experience of doing prenatal diagnosis of thalassaemia and other genetic disorders in Pakistan. His landmark research on extended family screening for thalassaemia is adopted as the most feasible approach for carrier screening in countries where consanguineous marriage is common. He has over 80 research publications. He is the past President of Pakistan Society of Haematology and the founding President of Association for Molecular Pathology Pakistan. Presently he is working as Professor of Haematology at Riphah International University, Islamabad and heads the Genetics Resource Centre Rawalpindi. He is also the current President of Pakistan Thalassaemia Welfare Society and Autism Society of Pakistan.
Dr Jamal Nasir is a graduate of Rawalpindi Medical College. He is a Clinical Pathologist and is the Chief Executive of City Lab. He is a renowned social worker and philanthropist. He has received the Presidential pride of performance award (social work), and medal of merit by the president of Pakistan. He is also the President Pakistan Green Task Force and is the Chairman Qamar Jahan Foundation.
Maj Gen Sefvan Majed Janjua (R) is a graduate of King Edward Medical College. He has served for over 31 years in various command, staff and instructional appointments in the Army Medical Corps. He has the experience of commanding CMH Bahawalpur, PNS Shifa, and Armed Forces Postgraduate Medical Institute. He has also served as the Vice Principal Army Medical College.
Mr Muhammad Saeed Akhtar is Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan. He is the founding member and legal advisor of Pakistan Thalassaemia Welfare Society. He is also the Founder member of Pakistan National Heart Association, Islamic International Medical College Trust, and Member Board of Governors Rupiah International University Islamabad.
Dr Abdul Qayyum Awan is a graduate of Nishtar Medical College, He is the founding member of PATHWEL. He is a renowned general practitioner and social worker. He is an Ex President PMA Rawalpindi, Executive Senior Vice President Pakistan National Association of Heart (PANAH) and Chairman Haji Abdul Hakeem Trust.
Lt Gen Karamat A. Karamat (R) is Consultant Microbiologist & Virologist, G. M. Education & Training at the Quaid-e-Azam Hospital Islamabad. He has an illustrious career in Pakistan Army. His past appointments include Commandant Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Surgeon General Director General Medical Services (IS) and Executive Director National Institute of Health.
Maj Gen Parvez Ahmed (R) is one of the pioneers in the field of clinical hematology and bone marrow transplantation in Pakistan. Since establishment of largest BMT facility of the country; Armed Forces Bone Marrow Transplant Centre (AFBMTC) Rawalpindi, on 20 March 2001, he has worked there as Hematologist & BMT physician and then as Commandant from August 2009 to August 2016. After his retirement from active service in the armed forces, he successfully established BMT facility at Quaid-e-Azam International Hospital Islamabad. He is instrumental in establishing two additional BMT facilities in Pakistan; one in public sector at Gambat Institute of Medical Science Sindh and the other at Thalassemia Welfare Society Rawalpindi. He is the founding President Pakistan Blood and Marrow Transplant (PBMT) group. Gen Parvez Ahmed is the Dean Committee of Clinical Haematology at College of Physician and Surgeons Pakistan. He is the immediate past president of Pakistan Society of Haematology, and is the member of American Society of Hematology and other international transplant groups like EBMT, APBMT and EMBMT.
Professor Tahira Zafar is a graduate of King Edward Medical College. She is currently working as Professor of Haematology, Frontier Medical College, Abbottabad. She is also the Director Haemophilia Treatment Centre (HTC) Rawalpindi, founder Executive Member & Chairperson Medical Advisory Board Hemophilia Patients Welfare Society, Rawalpindi. member National Medical Advisory Board, Haemophilia Foundation of Pakistan (HFP), member, Steering Committee World Federation of Hemophilia, HEMNET group, faculty member Aslan Project for educating physicians in developing countries for care of children with cancer.
Col Dr Lubna Zafar (R) is a Professor of Haematology and Consultant Hematologist at the Foundation University Medical College lslamabad. She is also the President of Haemophilia Patients Welfare Society (HPWS) Rawalpindi.
Mr. Murtaza Ameer Ali Burhani is a renowned social worker and is well known for donating blood for over 150 times. He has received the Presidential award for social work. He is the President Burhani Blood Donor and Welfare Association, member Executive Council
Thalassaemia Federation of Pakistan, Joint Secretary PANAH, and Cause Ambassador SZABIST.