Prof. Nick Panay
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Nick Panay is a Consultant Gynaecologist with a special interest in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, Menopause and Menstrual Disorders. He is a Consultant Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery at the Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital London, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London.
Nick is currently Trustee and on the medical advisory committee of the British Menopause Society (BMS). He is Secretary General of the International Menopause Society (IMS) and was the Editor-in-Chief of Climacteric (The Journal of the IMS).
As director of the West London Menopause & PMS Centre at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea and Chelsea & Westminster Hospitals, he heads a busy clinical and research team which publishes widely, presents at scientific meetings and trains health professionals at all levels. Much of his teams’ research has focused on improving the understanding and management of menopause, premature menopause, PMS, PCOS, new HRT preparations and complementary therapies.
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