Jinjun received his embryology training from the Shenzhen Hospital of Beijing University and Sydney. He has been a member of the team at LWC since 2008 and became Laboratory Manager in 2013. His objective is to maintain the high success rate of the laboratory and introduce new technologies - such as oocyte vitrification and blastomere biopsy - for the benefit of LWC patients.
Daniel studied obstetrics and gynaecology in Hungary and trained in assisted reproduction in Paris. He has worked in private infertility clinics in Spain and conducted clinical research in Japan, at the Kato Ladies Clinic. His main research interests are ovarian stimulation, oocyte donation, embryo transfer procedure, time-lapse monitoring and evidence-based medicine. He was awarded an MSc in clinical embryology from Leeds University and a PhD from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.
Mimi has been with the LWC since 2005 and is a friendly face that you’ll see around the clinic. She is the person responsible to the HFEA and Head of Nursing in London. Mimi completed her nursing qualifications at Guy’s Hospital and is qualified as an operating theatre and fertility nurse specialist. She is a member of the LWC's clinical governance team.
Ajantha is particularly interested in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and egg donation and has written published research papers on HELLP Syndrome (a variant of preeclampsia) and third stage labour. Before joining our Canterbury clinic she worked as a registrar in obstetrics and gynaecology at Birmingham Women’s Hospital. She holds a MBBS, MS (OG), DGO and MRCOG.
Attend a free open day. The next event is on the 25 October.