WFI medical team comprises of highly experienced doctors with wide variety of subspecialist interests with in the field of management of subfertility. An academically strong and highly skilled medical team, providing high quality, compassionate and patient centred care.
Dr Gurpreet Singh Kalra, MBBS, MSc, Pg Cert (Med Lead),
Clinical Director and Consultant
Dr Kalra is Clinical Director at Wales Fertility institute and Consultant at Wales Fertility Institute and Singleton Hospital, Swansea. He trained in Reproductive Medicine in Norway and the UK, followed by a Master of Science degree at University of Bristol, United Kingdom. Dr Kalra was awarded best research project award by University of Bristol for his work on role of Anti-Mullerian hormone as a marker of ovarian reserve and response. Dr Kalra’s special interests are Minimal access reproductive surgery, Recurrent implantation failure and Fertility Ultrasound scan. Dr Kalra is a member of British Fertility Society (BFS) and European Society of human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE). He is a BFS accredited trainer in fertility scanning. Dr Kalra has several publications in peer reviewed journals as well as national and international presentations.
Mrs Arianna D’Angelo, MD, Associate RCOG,
Mrs D’Angelo is Consultant at Wales Fertility Institute and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Cardiff University. She is past director of the postgraduate teaching Diploma/Master in Ultrasound at Cardiff University. She has over twenty years’ experience in Assisted Reproduction and Ultrasound. She is immediate Past Coordinator of the Special Interest Group (SIG) in Safety and Quality in ART (SQART) for the European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology (ESHRE). She is a member, reviewer, co-reviewer and translator of the Cochrane Gynaecology and Fertility Group. She is a member of Guidelines development group (GDG) working on ESHRE guidelines on Fertility preservation and Ultrasound. She is editor for the European Medical Journal (EMJ) and for CRC press. Her research interests are Ultrasound, Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS), fertility preservation and cancer, recurrent implantation failure, markers of ovarian reserve and ovarian cancer screening. She is author of several international publications; speaker at national and international conferences and peer-reviewer for many journals in the field of reproductive medicine and ultrasound. She is a BFS accredited trainer in fertility scanning.
Mrs Mona Zaki, MRCOG
Mrs Zaki is Consultant at Wales Fertility Institute and Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend. Mrs Zaki has over twenty years’ experience in women’s health and fertility, appointed as Consultant in Princess of Wales in 2005 and Wales Fertility Institute from the start in 2013. Her special interests are Minimal access reproductive surgery and Reproductive medicine. Mrs Zaki is member of British Fertility Society (BFS) and European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology. She is also a BFS accredited trainer for fertility scanning.
Dr Kochuthresia Grace Jose, MBBS, MD (Ob & Gynae), FRCOG, Diploma in Gynecological Ultrasound
Grace qualified in medicine from South India and obtained her MD in obstetrics and Gynaecology from the postgraduate Institute of medical education and research in Chandigarh before obtaining her membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG). She was elected a Fellow of the College in 2003. She gained her Post-Graduate diploma in Gynecological Ultrasound from Cardiff University in 2006.
Grace has worked in the field of assisted reproduction since 1997. She has extensive experience in all aspects of IVF and gynecological ultrasound. She has trained many specialists in techniques of IVF and ultrasonography. She has been a designated medical practitioner supervising nurse prescribing.
Dr Zachariah Shehadeh, MD, MRCOG,
A member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG).
Extensive experience in the NHS in the field of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and assisted reproduction.