Mr. Anil Gudi
Mr. Gudi qualiﬁed for his medical degree in 1990. He was admitted as a full member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 1999 and became qualiﬁed as a Consultant Gynaecologist in 2005.
He trained in the ﬁeld of fertility medicine and carried out extensive research at Bombay Hospital in India and the Homerton Hospital in London. Mr Gudi was the lead at Homerton Fertility Centre from 2008 to 2020, where he led the team and was instrumental, along with Mr Shah, to raise the centre to become one of the largest fertility centres in London.
In his 12year tenure at Homerton, Mr Gudi and his team, completed multiple research projects, published in more than 100 publications and created an internationally acclaimed teaching and training centre. Since stepping down from his post, Mr Gudi has left the Homerton fertility centre and dedicates his time to private practice.
He specialises in assisted conception techniques, fertility preserving, keyhole surgeries, endometriosis and all aspects of fertility treatments including a new concept of chasing the Antral follicle for poor responders. He has done extensive research in polycystic ovarian syndrome in the UK and in the asian population in India.
In the past few years he has demonstrated new challenging techniques in treating women with multiple failed cycles, genetic screening of embryos and pregnancies through egg freezing. He has been instrumental in introducing new stimulation protocols and tailoring treatments speciﬁc to each patient.