Post Archive by Month: 10 months

Professor Mark Kilby

Biography: Holds the Dame Hilda Lloyd Chair of Fetal Medicine and has been a Professor at the University of Birmingham since 2003. He is lead clinician & Director of the Fetal Medicine Centre at Birmingham Women’s & Children’s Foundation Trust.   1. MB BS Guys Hospital Medical School, London. 1984.   2. MD (Doctor of Medicine). University of Nottingham. 1990.

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Support a PhD Student

Training the Scientists of the Future Genesis Research Trust has long supported young scientists within multiple disciplines, all united by the drive to improve the health and lives of women and babies. Just small investments towards these highly talented PhD students at Imperial College London from the very start of their careers makes a huge long-term impact due to the

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Mr Christoph Lees

Mr Christoph Lees is a Maternal-Fetal Medicine subspecialist, Consultant Obstetrician and Head of Fetal Medicine at Imperial College London where he is Clinical Reader. He is visiting Professor, KU Leuven, Belgium, was RCOG inaugural National Ultrasound Officer 2010-2013 and Vice Chairman, RCOG Subspecialty Committee 2011-2013. His research focuses on pre-eclampsia, cardiovascular adaptation, Doppler, intra-uterine growth restriction and non-invasive fetal surgery.

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Dr Harsha Shah

Clinical Research Fellow and PhD student in Early Pregnancy and Fetal Medicine, Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Research interest in first trimester fetal anatomy screening and echocardiography using novel imaging methods and techniques. Further appointments include Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Junior Careers Advisor and Chair of the North West Thames Obstetrics and Gynaecology Trainees’ Committee.

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Dr Sana Usman

Dr Sana Usman is currently taking time out of training in O&G to pursue a higher degree on intrapartum ultrasound prediction models within Imperial College, London. She is collaborating with Trondheim (Norway), Leuven (Belgium) and other prominent academics in this area to develop research in intrapartum ultrasound to improve labour ward management. Her academic interest lies in obstetrics, in particular

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Professor Dick Oepkes

Dick Oepkes was born in a small village in the north of the Netherlands, in 1960. He graduated from medical school in Utrecht in 1987. Following a one year military service at the department of obstetrics and gynaecology of the national Military Hospital in Utrecht, he became physician-sonographer and PhD student at the department of Obstetrics at the Leiden University

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Professor Neil Marlow

Neil Marlow is Professor of Neonatal Medicine at University College London and current Chair of the NHS England Neonatal Critical Care Clinical Reference Group.  He took up this appointment following 11 years as Professor of Neonatal Medicine at Nottingham and 7 years as Senior Lecturer in Bristol.  He is an Honorary Consultant in the University College Hospital Neonatal Service.  His

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Dr Amarnath Bhide

Amar Bhide is currently Consultant in Obstetrics and fetal Medicine at the St. George’s Hospital in South London. He is the lead clinician for the Day Assessment Unit and honorary Senior Lecturer at St. George’s University of London. His research interests are in placental disorders, prolonged pregnancy and pre-eclampsia. His clinical interests are in invasive prenatal diagnosis and therapy, high

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