Professor Geeta Nargund President

Geeta Nargund is the President of ISMAAR. Through her leading role, she has been the voice for women’s choice, health and education in the field of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) globally. She promotes safer, less-drug-orientated and accessible ART.

Geeta Nargund is also a Senior Consultant Gynaecologist and Lead Consultant for Reproductive Medicine services at St George’s Hospital, London and the Founder and Medical director of Create Health Clinics in London.

She was previously a member of the WHO (World Health Organisation) Expert sub-group on infertility guidelines. She was the Chair of the ESHRE Special Task Force on “Mild ART”. She is a regular invited speaker at national & international scientific conferences.

She has published more than 60 peer-reviewed scientific papers including abstracts and several book chapters in the field of reproductive medicine. She is a pioneer in the field of Natural and Mild IVF and Advanced Ultrasound Technology in Reproductive Medicine. She is an accredited trainer for Infertility and Gynaecological Ultrasound special skills modules by the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) London and British Fertility Society (BFS). She pioneered the use of follicular Doppler in assessing “Egg quality” in humans. She also published the first scientific paper on “Cumulative live birth rates with Natural cycle IVF”.

She is an elected Trustee on the Board of British Red Cross and a Director of the London Emergencies Trust. She has previously served as London Vice President for British Red Cross and a Senior Governor of primary and secondary state schools in London.

She is a regular speaker at Westminster Health Seminars on Health and Social care in the UK. She has also been an invited speaker at women’s health conferences along with the members of UN.

She is also a member of Guild of Health Writers UK. She cares deeply about and has been actively involved in charities promoting education, women’s health and development, equality and social mobility in the last 15 years.

She has won several awards for her charity and community work and for promoting women’s empowerment and health.