Jara Ben Nagi

  • FRCOG
  • MD

Over 10 years’ experience in the fertility sector

Special interest in repetitive IVF failures, recurrent miscarriages, preimplantation genetic screening, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, surrogacy, anovulation and oligomenorrhoea, poor ovarian reserve, male factor infertility, egg donor recipient treatment and egg freezing 

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Career summary

Career summary

Ms Jara Ben Nagi is a consultant Gynaecologist and specialist in reproductive medicine based in London, UK.

She graduated from Guy's, King's and St Thomas' medical school and then trained in obstetrics and gynaecology, training in several London teaching hospitals including King's College, Guy's & St Thomas' and Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.  She also completed a two-year research fellowship, investigating various factors that affect the intrauterine environment, for this, she was awarded a research degree (MD) from the University of London in 2009.  She has widely published in high impact peer-reviewed journals including Human Reproduction, Lancet Oncology and Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynaecology & is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London.

Ms Ben Nagi has vast experience in managing couples with various sub-fertility related conditions, repetitive IVF failures and recurrent miscarriages.  She also sees couples seeking preimplantation diagnosis and screening and egg recipient treatment. She has a special interest in surrogacy. She is skilled in advanced 3D gynaecological ultrasound scanning and HyCoSy.

Key appointments held

Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer                                                                     Imperial College London

Qualification and professional memberships

Guy's, King's
St Thomas' Medical School
University of London (2009)

Practices

  • The Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health

Contact

+44 20 8115 5945

Languages

English, Arabic

Research interests

Ms Jara Ben Nagi has a special interest in repetitive IVF failures, recurrent miscarriages, preimplantation genetic screening, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, surrogacy, anovulation and oligomenorrhoea, poor ovarian reserve, male factor infertility, egg donor recipient treatment and egg freezing