Anna Carby

  • MBBS

Special interest in egg donation, surrogacy, recurrent implantation failure, prevention of hyper-stimulation in PCOS patients, Rokitansky syndrome and fertility preservation for both medical and social indications. 

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Career summary

Career summary

Anna has a specific interest in egg donation and surrogacy and was recently invited to be part of a working group at the Department of Health looking at the reform of UK surrogacy. In addition Anna has an interest in fertility preservation for both medical and social indications.

Anna has presented at both national and international conferences and has published in fields including fertility preservation for cancer diagnoses and minimisation of the risks of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). Anna actively maintains an interest in research and whilst working at Imperial College NHS Trust was involved with one of the first studies assessing the use of a protein called kisspeptin in final oocyte (immature egg cell) maturation. Anna successfully performed the first egg collection and embryo transfer leading to the birth of the first baby with this naturally occurring compound.


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