MRCOG MSc MBBCh
Stuart holds an NHS consultant position at the Hammersmith and Queen Charlotte’s Hospitals, one of London’s premier teaching hospitals. He has a private practice at both the Hammersmith Hospital, 92 Harley Street and Boston Place Clinic, Marylebone. Mr Lavery is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Reproductive Medicine at Imperial College London.
Geoffrey is a consultant in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at the Hammersmith Hospital and Queen Charlotte’s Hospital, London. He has a private practice at both the Hammersmith Hospital, 92 Harley Street and Boston Place Clinic, Marylebone. He has an international referral base and has appeared for the last three years in The Tatler’s list of “Best Private Doctors”.
MA MD MRCOG
Tim is a prominent specialist in reproductive medicine, world renowned as the leader of the team which undertook the UK’s first successful IVM cycle resulting in birth of twins in 2007. He is also the co-author of UK’s highest selling undergraduate textbook in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (Impey & Child; Obstetrics and Gynaecology).
Richard has a world-renowned reputation in infertility. As lead member of the Glasgow team he pioneered IVF treatment protocols in the early 1980’s which are still used in every clinic throughout the world. He has published more than 100 original research articles in the scientific literature surrounding reproductive medicine and infertility.
MBCHB MD FRCOG
Marco has been involved in the fields of reproductive medicine and infertility since 1995 and set up an assisted reproduction programme in conjunction with the South Glasgow NHS Trust in 1999. His MD thesis was on single fetal cell prenatal diagnosis. He has published widely in all areas of reproductive medicine and infertility.
Paul has worked in this field since 1987, beginning his career as a clinical embryologist. He is currently a member of the Association of Clinical Embryologists Training and Examination Committee, and acts at a national level as an assessor for new graduates entering the clinical embryology profession.
MBChB MRCOG PhD
Nick has over 15 years’ experience in looking after patients with subfertility including those undergoing IVF. He is an active researcher and has published over 100 scientific papers many of which have led to changes in clinical practice and guidance. Nick is known internationally for his work on ultrasound and has given keynote lectures all around the World.
MBBS MD MRCOG
James is an RCOG Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery and has been involved with IVF and fertility management since 1993. His research looked at the development of endometriosis and the endometrium and he has extended his interest since to become an experienced laparoscopic (keyhole) surgeon in endometriosis, adhesions and fibroids.
Sue has a PhD on the subject of ovarian function. She was also a Wellcome Trust clinical research fellow in molecular biology and endometrial function. Her additional areas of expertise include recurrent miscarriage, endometriosis and ovulaltory disorders and their treatments.
MBChB MRCOG DM
Chantal undertook research into the effects of IVF treatment on women with polycystic ovaries. She has a special interest in reproductive medicine and recurrent miscarriage. She was awarded her Doctorate in Medicine for research into polycystic ovary syndrome in 2011. Chantal also holds the RCOG/RCR Advanced Diploma in Obstetric Ultrasound.
Andy has a passion for embryology. He has been an embryologist since 1987. His vast experience has earned him both national and international acclaim. He has developed other fertility services on a business and managerial level and is highly thought of in the field.
Clinical Services Director
Sarah has more than 17 years' experience in Clinical Embryology and is a state registered clinical scientist. She has set up and managed IVF laboratories throughout Essex and spent time assisting the development of a unit in Australia.