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Dr. Jandhyala Sri Ram

April 5, 1928 — March 2, 2024


Dr. Jandhyala Sri Ram, a distinguished Scientist at the National Institutes of Health, has bid adieu to the world at his residence. Born in India in 1928, Dr. Jandhyala Sri Ram's passion for scientific exploration led him to excel in his field. He pursued his education at the prestigious India Institute of Sciences in Bangalore, India, and Columbia University in New York City, New York.

Throughout his remarkable career, Dr. Sri Ram made significant contributions to the field of science, leaving behind a legacy that will continue to inspire future generations of researchers and scientists. His dedication and expertise have left an indelible mark on the scientific community.

Dr. Jandhyala Sri Ram is survived by a loving family who will cherish his memory dearly. His wife, Devasena Suryavalli Ram, stood as a pillar of support throughout his life's journey. He is also survived by his children Narasimha Prasad Jandhyala and wife Naga Lakshmi Jandhyala, daughter Kalpana Pidathala and husband Sreedjar Pidathala, grandchildren Sairam Jandhyala, his wife Amy Jandhyala, Pranav Pidathala, Karthik Pidathala and great grand daughter Anjali Jandhyala.

In addition to his immediate family, Dr. Sri Ram leaves behind his brother Dr. Jandhyala Shankar & his wife Karneswari and sisters Meenakshi and her husband Somayajulu Yedavally and Ramadevi and her husband Ramarao Cherukuri.  In addition to numerous neices and nephews who cherish his association so dearly.

Dr. Jandhyala Sri Ram's passion for knowledge intertwined with his gentle spirit touched the lives of many around him. His kindness and wisdom will be dearly missed by all those who had the privilege to know him.

In honor of Dr. Sri Ram's life and achievements, let us remember him not with sorrow but with gratitude for the profound impact he has had on us all. May his soul rest in eternal peace knowing that his contributions to science will be remembered for years to come.


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