Dr Gail Busby qualified at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad in 1996. Dr Busby then trained in Manchester and the Northwest Region and qualified as a Member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2002. Dr Busby completed her specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 2009 which included training
Dr Clayton qualified in medicine at Leeds University. He is a consultant gynaecologist and accredited as a sub-specialty trained surgeon in gynaecological oncology by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. His research degree (MD) studied potential novel treatments for endometriosis. During this time he was trained to an advanced level in laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery.
Dr Rohna Kearney qualified in medicine at University College Dublin in 1996. She is a consultant gynaecologist and subspecialty trained surgeon in urogynaecology with special expertise in laparoscopic surgery. Her research in the USA led to an MD. She was appointed as a consultant urogynaecologist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge in 2006 and subsequently at St
Dr Kingshuk Majumder is a consultant gynaecologist and specialist in reproductive medicine and surgery. He completed a fellowship in advanced minimal access surgery at the King Edward Memorial Hospital in Perth, Australia. He has been a consultant Gynaecologist at St. Mary’s Hospital Manchester since 2011.
Dr Naidoo qualified from the University of Sheffield in 1985 and after training in hospitals in Sheffield and Manchester obtained her current post as Consultant Gynaecologist at St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester in 1999. She is a general gynaecologist with a special interest in hysteroscopic surgery (minimal access surgery on the womb) and outpatient gynaecology
Professor Smith became a consultant at St Mary’s Hospital in 1990. His research and clinical training focused on the causes and treatment of genito-urinary prolapse and urinary incontinence (pelvic floor disorders). He has continued his clinical interest in urogynaecology and has been at the forefront of development of laparoscopic techniques (“keyhole surgery”) in the surgical treatment