Dr. R.S. Sharma is the Vice Chancellor of Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University, Jabalpur, India, joined on 7th January 2016.He is MD in Medicine & DM in Cardiology from AIIMS, New Delhi. He was the first DM in cardiology from AIIMS and pioneer for establishing the diagnosis through Color Doppler, angiography, prognosis and treatment through angioplasty in the same Speciality in whole of Mahakaushal at that time. He has been associated with Medical College as a faculty of Cardiology since 1984. He published many Original Research Work focused on new method for auscultation, grinding of heart murmurs, new method for meditation & pranayama, Gayatri mantra & its effect on heart. Dr. Sharma has pledged to speed up the progress of MP Medical Science University and more concentrated in transparent examination pattern, improvement in the quality of medical education implementation of new technologies with medical education and getting fabulous medical university building very soon. He believes in quick actions and envisioned many student friendly academic activities
Since it’s foundation in 2011, MP Medical Science University, Jabalpur has emerged to be Madhya Pradesh First Medical Science University. Being a specialist university, MPMSU is focusing on medicine & health sciences. University has also taken up a medico social project i e prevention of sudden death with the theme ''every home should have a life guard" trained personnel in CPR (CARDIO PULMONARY RESUSCITATION) with good encouraging support from all sections of society, other academic,medical and social organisations. Regional centres at Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Rewa are set up by the university to help students in solving many of their problems and obviating the necessity for their visits to the university. University encourages Innovation, Imagination of it's colleges students and staff to develop a competency framework that ensures MPMSU students are work-ready, knowledgeable, competent and caring healthcare professionals who are critical thinkers, reflective and yet proactive.