Director - Reproductive Health
National Center for Miscarriage Research
Professor Siobhan Quenby is a Professor of Obstetrics/Honorary Consultant at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire/University of Warwick. She is director of the locally funded Biomedical Research Unit in Reproductive Health and TOMMY’S@UHCW part of the National Center for Miscarriage Research. Siobhan is clinically active as part of the obstetric team. She runs recurrent miscarriage, implantation and preterm prevention clinics dedicated to the management of and research into recurrent pregnancy loss prevention. Siobhan has over twenty years of experience in research into implantation and recurrent miscarriage and has published over 125 original articles and 22 chapters for academic books. Siobhan is co-ordinator of the ESHRE Special Interest Group in Early Pregnancy, a member of the executive committee of the Association of Early Pregnancy Units, chair of the RCOG early pregnancy clinical study group and a member of the MHRA -Expert advisory panel member for women’s health. Siobhan’s research is funded by Tommy’s, NIHR, UHCW and other medical charities. Her work has received considerable media interest, including from national newspapers, BBC radio and TV, ITV and Channel 4 news. She is also a media spokesperson for the RCOG.