Ahmed began his career in embryology in 2010 at the ARGC, London. He completed his MSc in Clinical Embryology from the University of Leeds in 2016, before moving to another one of London's leading IVF clinics. He is now back at the ARGC and is a core member of the team, implementing data-led strategies to help improve laboratory performance and patient outcomes, as well as utilising novel technologies to help deliver world-class care to patients.
Ahmed is very passionate about patient education and support, and is a keen advocate of transparency in IVF, especially when it comes to success rates and treatment. This was the inspiration behind him founding MyFertility as a platform to help patients navigate the world of infertility and infertility treatment.
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"Felt very personal which is needed to discuss a topic like this. Ahmed explained everything clearly and gave us a lot to consider and think about."- Jane.
"Thank you so much for taking the time to speak to me. I found it hugely helpful. I learned a lot that I'm sure will help me going into my next IVF cycle to feel we are doing all we can. I really do appreciate it."- Rebecca.
N.B. Names changed or first names used for patient anonymity
Being able to contribute positively to people's lives and help them achieve their dreams of starting or completing a family is the most rewarding thing about what we do. We have a responsibility of giving people hope when infertility takes a lot of it away. That's why I think this platform is crucial in helping set patients on the right path and equipping them with the correct knowledge, information and realistic understanding of their chances going into this journey.