Saturday 11th May - Harrow
Our free popular seminars have been running for over a decade and provide an invaluable opportunity to learn more about your fertility treatment options and meet our friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Each attendee can book one talk only, with a maximum of two places.
Fertility Options For Couples12:00 PM
Our Fertility Options For Couple information session is for couples interested in learning more about fertility treatment. This session will guide you through the fertility treatment process, explaining IUI, IVF, ICSI, donor eggs and donor sperm
Fertility for the Over-40s1:30 PM
More women are hoping to conceive later in life but for many this may not be easy. As women reach 40, their chances of pregnancy decline. Find out more about our dedicated Fertility for the Over-40s programme which brings together a range of techniques.
Fertility Options for Single Women10:30 AM
Whether you are interested in learning more about your fertility, freezing your eggs for the future or conceiving as a single woman, this seminar will guide you through all of the options available and give you a step-by-step breakdown.
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If you can’t make it to our Open Days, we would love to see you at our other events across the country. See what’s in your area.
Professor Nick Macklon, Medical Director
Professor Macklon is a world-renowned expert in reproductive medicine. He has held professorships at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, the University of Southampton and the University of Copenhagen - where he is currently based. He is co-founder of the Complete Fertility Centre clinic in Southampton, and a member of the Executive Committee of the European Society of Human Reproduction.
Mimi Arian Schad, Director of Nursing and HFEA Person Responsible
Mimi has been with the LWC since 2005 and is the Director of Nursing and Person Responsible to the HFEA for the LWC Harley Street. 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.
Tracey Sainsbury, Senior Fertility Counsellor
Tracey joined the clinic in 2011 and now oversees our support team of specialist fertility counsellors and coaches, providing a robust foundation of support for our patients and donors too. Tracey is a member of the Advisory Panel for Fertility Network UK and a Trustee of the Sperm, Egg & Embryo Donation Trust (SEED Trust). Tracey’s first book ‘Making Friends with your Fertility’ was published in 2011 sharing the knowledge she has gained over the past twenty years of working in fertility and secondary infertility, she is passionate about fertility empowerment and regularly facilitates LWC seminars and workshops.
Mr Alvan Priddy, Consultant Gynaecologist
Mr Alvan Priddy, MBChB, FRCOG, MD, is a Consultant Gynaecologist and the Lead for infertility at North West London Hospitals NHS Trust since 1995. He has wide experience in Gynaecology, having trained in Manchester, Leeds and London under Professor Lord Robert Winston at the Hammersmith Hospital. He has a long list of scientific publications and guest lectures. Mr Priddy has been in private practice in London since 1995. He is a well recognised expert in the field of Gynaecology, including infertility and keyhole surgery. He performs both Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic surgery for fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, polycystic ovaries, ectopic pregnancies, removal of damaged tubes, adhesions and polyps. He has a special expertise in Tubal surgery including reversal of sterilisation and the surgical treatment of large fibroids by Myomectomy.
Dr Mohar Goswami, Consultant Gynaecologist and Specialist in Reproductive Medicine
Dr Mohar Goswami is a Consultant Gynaecologist and Sub Specialist in Reproductive Medicine, having trained and done research at the Centre for Life in Newcastle, then the Chelsea and Westminster hospital in London. Before joining LWC, Mohar worked as Consultant Gynaecologist and Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine at the James Cook Hospital. Her specialisms include investigations and treatments to sub-fertile couples, including treatment of anovulation, IVF and ICSI treatments, treatment with donor gametes, gynaecological endocrinology. She has keen interest in fertility research and ethics and has published papers and presented in various conferences.