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Senior Lecturers & Lecturers

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Dr Priya Bhide, MD. FRCOG

Clinical Senior Lecturer, QMUL

Dr. Elena Greco
Clinical Senior Lecturer

Priya Bhide is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). She is the module convenor for obstetrics and gynaecology for undergraduate teaching at Bart’s and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, QMUL.


She is an experienced clinician with more than a decade of experience in reproductive medicine and assisted conception. She works as a member of the senior clinical team at the Homerton Fertility Centre, London and is a preceptor for all training modules of the British Fertility Society. 


Priya has participated in undergraduate teaching at QMUL since 2015 as a part of the lecture faculty and examiner and has taken over as module convener since 2018. Priya’s research interests include reproductive endocrinology, PCOS, subfertility and assisted conception. She has worked with the research team at WHRU since 2015. This collaborative work has led to publications, grants and ongoing projects. She is a co-applicant, co-investigator and lead clinician on the Time-Lapse Imaging Trial (TILT). As principal investigator, she has experience of recruitment to multi-centre, national and international RCTs leading to successful high impact publications. She supervises for MD at QMUL and the Advanced Professional Module (APM) of the RCOG. She is a member of the Reproductive Medicine Clinical Studies Group (RMCSG) of the RCOG and the Cochrane Gynaecology and Subfertility group.

Elena Greco is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). She is the module co-lead for Obstetrics and Gynaecology for undergraduate teaching at Bart’s and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, QMUL.

 

She is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with a sub-specialty in Maternal and Fetal Medicine. She is part of the senior clinical team of the Fetal Medicine Centre at The Royal London Hospital, the tertiary referral centre in East London. She is the lead for the integrated multiple birth clinic and part of the regional Placenta Accreta team. She is the director of the RCOG sub-specialty training programme in Maternal and Fetal Medicine within Barts Health. She works at NIHR LCRN North Thames as Specialty lead for Reproductive Health and Childbirth.

Elena has participated in undergraduate teaching at QMUL since 2016 as a part of the lecture faculty and examiner and has taken over as module co-lead since September 2021. Elena’s research interests include prediction and prevention of pregnancy complications, complications in multiple pregnancies and communication in Fetal Medicine.

 

She has worked with the research team at WHRU since 2021. This collaborative work has led to ongoing publications, grants, and projects.

She supervises undergraduate students for SSC and postgraduate MD and PhD students at QMUL.

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Dr. Natalie Cooper

Clinical Lecturer

Natalie Cooper is a Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Queen Mary University. This role incorporates clinical and academic training. 

Natalie's interest in an academic career started when she worked as research follow at the University of Birmingham, recruiting to and running a multicentre randomised controlled trial. During that time she started her PhD in ambulatory gynaecology which was awarded in summer 2013. 

She is a member of the Menstrual Disorders Clinical Study Group and has worked with the British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy to write the RCOG greentop guideline for Best Practice in Outpatient Hysteroscopy. 

Natalie has presented her work and taught at both national and international meetings.

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Dr. Jahnavi Daru

NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Jan is a registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and a researcher at Queen Mary.
 
Jan completed her PhD in 2019 using a variety of statistical modelling techniques to understand the impact of maternal anaemia on health outcomes in high- and low-income countries.  Her  broad research interests are in obstetric haematology.
 
She is also a co-investigator on a variety of clinical trials including studies on diabetes prevention in pregnancy (EMMY study), intrapartum haemorrhage management (ACROBAT study) and postnatal health optimisation (OMAHA study).

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