Dr Dawn Harper is a GP based in Gloucestershire where she also runs specialist clinics focusing on women's health, weight management and menstrual disorders. Dr Harper has been working as a media doctor for several years and she regularly appears on 'This Morning' on ITV1 , 'The Wright Stuff' on Channel Five, 'Woman's Hour' on Radio 4 and Channel 4's 'Embarrassing Bodies'.
University of New South Wales
Bill Ledger is Professor and Head of Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of New South Wales in Sydney Australia, where he moved from being Head of Department at University of Sheffield, UK, in 2011. He is also Director of Research and development at IVF-Australia. He has published extensively on infertility and its causes, is on the Editorial Board of several major journals including Fertility and Sterility and BJOG, and was also a member of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority until his move in 2011.
Department of Public Health, University of Oxford, UK
Dr Cecilia Pyper is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow based within the Department of Public Health at the University of Oxford. She is also a Consultant in association with the Public Health Action Support Team, based at the King's Fund, London. Dr Pyper has a specialist interest in fertility awareness, reproductive health, patient access to electronic health records and community participation.
St James's University Hospital, Leeds, UK
James Walker is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at St James's University Hospital and was recently appointed as the new Chair of the Confidential Enquiry into Maternal and Child Health, which publishes national and local reports on maternal, perinatal and child health. Professor Walker is also a Clinical Specialty Adviser for The National Patient Safety Agency. He has published extensively on his specialist subjects, which include pelvic pain, menopause, menorrhagia, miscarriage, pre-eclampsia and high‐risk obstetrics.
Margaret Pyke Centre, London, UK
Chris Wilkinson is the Lead Consultant in Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare at the Margaret Pyke Centre, London, the Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Lead for the London Sexual Health Programme and the Clinical Lead for the UK e‐Learning for Heath, Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Programme. Dr Wilkinson is a member of the UK Sexual and Reproductive Clinical Research Network and is closely involved in developing the research programme.
Institute of Biotechnology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK
Professor Lowe is Director of the Institute of Biotechnology (part of the Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology) at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Trinity College. The principal focus of his biotechnology research programme is high value - low volume pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals and the diagnostics. Professor Lowe’s work covers a wide range of applications from pure science to strategic applied science, much of which has significant commercial applications. He has written over 340 publications and holds over 100 patents.
Bristol Sexual Health Centre, Bristol, UK
Peter Greenhouse is a Consultant in Sexual Health at the Bristol Sexual Health Centre, Bristol, and secretary of the British Foundation against Sexually Transmitted Infections. Since setting up the UK’s first integrated sexual health clinic in Ipswich in 1991, Dr Greenhouse has pioneered the development of services that integrate Venerology and Gynecology. He has published widely in the area of sexual health, including articles in the British Medical Journal, Practitioner and the Lancet, and worked extensively in the media and with government on contraceptive policy and STIs.