Dr Gautam Allahbadia | Biography | History | Success Stories
A renowned medical professional in Reproductive Endocrinology and IVF, Dr Gautam Allahbadia has over 25 years of expertise in Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART). He is currently heading the IVF team at a fertility clinic in dubai, MMC IVF Millennium Medical Center (www.mmcivf.com). He is also an IVF Consultant at Bourn Hall Fertility Centre and Dr. Amal IVF Center, Dubai, UAE. Dr Gautam is also the founder of two independent infertility clinics in Mumbai, India. These infertility clinics have been at the forefront of providing fertility treatments to couples across the globe.
Dr Gautam founded IVF Lite (a term coined by him). The fertility treatment emphasizes on minimal stimulation, and brings effective results compared to its conventional IVF counterparts. Also well-known for his expertise in Ultrasound guided embryo transfers and physician-guided success in Minimal Stimulation IVF (IVF Lite), in South-East Asia.
Having completed his training in IVF/ICSI at the University of Gottingen, Bielefeld IVF Center and the University of Munich, Dr. Gautam Allahbadia was honored with the AOFOG-Young Gynecologist Award in the year 1998. He has also made major contributions in the field of medical reproductive sciences, having more than 150 peer-reviewed publications added to his credentials. His research work made him worthy of FOGSI-CORION National Research award for the best original research work in Infertility, and six research grants from renowned institutions.
Throughout his career, Dr Gautam Allahbadia has been able to successfully treat a number of patients facing infertility issues. He focuses on comprehensive, patient-centered fertility care, and helps the patients in dealing with fertility-related afflictions, addressing all their questions and concerns.
Dr. Gautam has been honored with several prominent accolades for his excellence and professional expertise. He was awarded the prestigious Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst fellowship for the year 1996 to train in Assisted Reproductive Techniques in Germany. He was also elected as the Vice President of the World Association of Reproductive Medicine (WARM) and invited as a guest speaker at over 200 congresses, workshops and scientific meetings.