Dr Hector Georgiou
Dr Hector Georgiou is a subspecialist registrar in Reproductive Medicine. He graduated from Imperial College London, where he then went on to complete a PhD in molecular endocrinology, specifically looking at the role of progesterone signalling. He undertook postgraduate training in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in Oxford and subsequently completed a fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology & IVF at the Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne.
Part of his enthusiasm for practising medicine comes from seeing research translated into clinical practice. He has published widely and has expertise in evidence synthesis including multiple Cochrane systematic reviews in the field of infertility. He was recently awarded the Laurence Shaw Medal for his innovative work in the development of a new needle for egg collection at IVF.
Dr Georgiou enjoys teaching and is actively involved in supervising more junior doctors and nursing colleagues. He is also coordinating the monthly teaching sessions at our clinic.
His special interests include LGBTQIA+ fertility treatment, oncofertility, PCOS, ovulation induction, endometriosis, age-related infertility and unexplained infertility.
Dr Georgiou’s patients appreciate his accessibility, compassion and evidence-based approach to their care.