Dr Matt PriorEditor in Chief
Matt is an NHS Consultant in Newcastle with over ten years of experience. His PhD research into subfertility and miscarriage involved developing a clinical trial and patient engagement.
Jhia TehExecutive Editor
Fifth year medical student at Imperial College London with a BSc in Reproductive and Developmental Sciences. Academic interests include: Reproductive health, gynaecological surgery and medical education. Avid runner on the side.
Sofia MiahCreative Director
Final Year Medical Student at the University of Exeter. Healthcare Leadership Academy Scholar 2019-2020.
I am trying my best to raise awareness of adenomyosis via the medium of Instagram so that younger sufferers like myself can find the resources and supportive community that I was unable to find. My day job is working in factual television as an Assistant Producer.
Giselle FarrerExecutive Editor
Third year medical student at University College London, currently studying for an iBSc in History and Philosophy of Medicine and Science.
Fourth-year medical student at Newcastle University, considering a career in Obstetrics & Gynaecology or Surgery. Interested in teaching, research, and promoting health and wellbeing to the public.
Fourth-year medical student at Newcastle University. Interests include reproductive health, medical education and widening access to medicine.
Seetal Savla is a former French translator-turned-digital marketeer. She founded her food blog SavlaFaire four years ago and hasn’t stopped writing since. She mainly posts restaurant reviews and chef interviews, but on Mother’s Day 2019, she decided to share her and her husband’s heart-breaking experience of miscarriage and two failed IVF cycles to tackle the stigma of infertility among South Asian communities. They have since had another two gruelling unsuccessful cycles and are now considering donor conception. Speaking openly about their struggles has been cathartic, and connected Seetal to others in similar situations, making her feel less alone, abnormal and ashamed. She hopes that her words will comfort others in the same way. As a fertility advocate, Seetal has written for Stylist, HuffPost and NetMums, as well as featuring on BBC Woman’s Hour, BBC London News, BBC Asian Network and podcasts (To Baby or Not to Baby and Big Fat Negative).
Rositsa is 32 years old and lives in Worthing, West Sussex with her husband and dog. She works as a care home manager in a residential care home. Originally from Bulgaria, she moved to the UK in 2012 and has been living here ever since. She believes in trying to stay positive despite her fertility problems and the pandemic and hopes life will soon get better.