Mrs Geeta Nargund
Secretary: Beatrice Benjamin
Secretary email: Beatrice.Benjamin@stgeorges.nhs.uk
Secretary telephone: 020 8725 1909
Mrs Nargund is senior consultant gynaecologist and lead consultant for reproductive medicine services at St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She specialises in one-stop fertility diagnosis, assisted reproduction through IVF and natural means, gynaecological endocrinology and HRT and menopause.
Mrs Nargund has published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific papers including abstracts and several book chapters in the field of assisted reproduction and advanced ultrasound in reproductive medicine. She wrote the first scientific paper on the use of 'advanced ultrasound for one-stop fertility diagnosis'.
She pioneered the use of non-invasive assessment of follicular blood flow on ultrasound to check the quality of eggs in women in IVF cycles, and is the author of the first scientific paper on 'cumulative live birth rates with natural cycle IVF'.
Mrs Nargund is a visiting professor at Hasselt University, Belgium, St Marco University, Lima, Peru and SDM Medical College, India. She is passionate about the prevention of infertility and making assisted conception treatments more physiological, sfar and affordable globally.
- Reviewer for several journals in the field of human reproduction
- Examiner for MD, PhD and UK undergraduate and postgraduate degrees
- Accredited trainer for special skills modules by Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and British Fertility Society
- President, International Scientific Society for Mild Approaches in Assisted Reproduction (ISMAAR)
- Founder and chief executive, Health Education Research (HER) Trust
- Actively involved in national and international charities promoting education, women's development, equality and diversity and social mobility in the last 15 years
- Chair, European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) special task force on 'Mild ART' and member of steering committee of ESHRE task force on 'infertility in developing countries'
- Member: Expert Committee on terminology in infertility for World Health Organisation (WHO)