Prof. Major General Md. Abdul Moyeed Siddiqui (Retd.), a reputed specialist in Medicine and Gastroenterology was born on 3rd February 1950 in a respectable Muslim family in Dinajpur. He was graduated from Dhaka Medical College in 1973. He started his carrier as a Thana Health Administrator, Panchagar from December 1974 to October 1976. He was commissioned in Army Medical Corp in 1976. He obtained MCPS in medicine in 1978 and FCPS in medicine in 1985 from Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons. In 1989 he passed Fellowship in Gastroenterology from 2nd Military Medical University, Shanghi. Later he was awarded FRCP from Royal College of Physician of Ireland and also Edinburg in 2003. Pakistan College of Physician awarded him FCPS in 2004 and American College of Physician awarded him FACP in 2006.
In his distinguish career he worked as chief physician & classified specialist in Medicine and Gastroenterology in Combined Military Hospital (CMH) from 1993 to 2001. He served as Adviser specialist in Medicine & Gastroenterology of CMH from 2001 to 2003. He became Consultant Physician General of Bangladesh Armed Forces in 2003. Later he was Director General of Armed Forces Medical Services from 2004 to 2008.
He was an Instructor postgraduate medicine at Armed Forces Medical Institute since 1990 to 2008 & Professor of Medicine, Armed Forces Medical College. Prof. Maj. Gen. Md. Abdul Moyeed Siddiqui is an examiner of MCPS (Medicine), FCPS (Medicine), MD (Medicine), MD (Gastroenterology) and FCPS Medicine in Pakistan College of Physician & Surgeon. He was an ex-Member of Bangladesh Medical Research Council, Member of National Drug Control Committee and Member of the Technical Committee of National Drug Council. He is a life member of Association of Physician of Bangladesh, Society of Medicine, Gastroenterology etc.
He has more than 50 publications in different national and international medical journals. He is an International Editorial Advisory Board Member of Medical Journal Armed Forces India, Subject Editor of Gastroenterology Journal of Armed Forces Medical College, Bangladesh. He was Ex-Advisory board Member International Committee of Military Medicine and Chairman Editorial Committee of Bangladesh Armed Forces Medical Journal. He was a former-Chairman Governing Body Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC).
He retired from the government services on 13th September 2008 as Director General Medical Services, Bangladesh Armed Forces. He was the recipient of a gold medal by the Association of Physicians of Bangladesh (APB) in May, 2011