Dr. Chathanatt Joseph Varghese received the Diploma in Philosophy at the Pontifical Institute of Theology and Philosophy, Alwaye, Kerala, India (affiliated with the Lateran University, Rome) in 1974. The same year, he joined the Athurasramam Homoeopathic Medical College, Kottayam, where he completed the Diploma in Homoeopathic Medicine and Surgery. In 1980, he earned the Diploma of the National Institute of Homoeopathy, Calcutta. After his post-graduate studies at the Vinayaka Mission Homoeopathic Medical College (Vinayaka Mission University), Salem, he was awarded M.D.(HOM) with First Rank and Gold Medal in 2007. In 1984, Dr. Varghese joined the Department of Homoeopathy, Government of Kerala as Medical Officer and worked as Kannur District Medical Officer until he retired from government service in 2007. He was elected member of the State of Kerala to the Central Council of Homoeopathy, Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, and member of the Education Committee of the Central Council of Homoeopathy.
In 2017 Dr. Varghese completed the Specialty Course in Predictive Homoeopathy (S C P H), conducted by the International Centre for Homoeopathic Medicine with United Nation (E C P D), University of Peace. Dr. Varghese is a practitioner of Classical Homoeopathy in India as well as a teacher at the International Teaching Faculty of the Institution of Homoeopaths in Kerala. It was in 2008 that he first heard about the medical discoveries of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer. Dr. Hamer’s ground-breaking research immediately captivated his interest. After immersing himself in the studies of the GNM Tutorials, he attended the Advanced GNM Workshops with Caroline Markolin, Ph.D. at the International GNM Conference in Austria. At the 2016 Intl. GNM Conference in Canada, he also presented several case studies from his clinical practice. German New Medicine has now become the foundation of his Homoeopathic Practice with a very high success rate in all cases including cancer. Dr. Varghese is also committed to teaching German New Medicine in India under Caroline Markolin’s guidance.