Professor Roger Hart

Professor Roger Hart

MBBS, MD, FRCOG, FRANZCOG, CREI, MBA | National Medical Director

Professor Roger Hart


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    Find me at:

    • Claremont

      Level 1, 4/278 Stirling Hwy,
      Claremont , WA 6010

    Available For:

    • After-hours Appointment

    1300 354 354
    contactus@cityfertility.com.au

    Professor Hart is a leading Australian fertility specialist and researcher whose sole goal is to help everyone experience the joy of family

    Professor Hart works primarily in:

    • IVF and fertility care
    • PCOS
    • Special interest in male fertility health

    Professor Hart is an internationally recognised expert in the fields of infertility and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

    In addition to his roles as Medical Director at Fertility Specialists of WA, National Medical Director of City Fertility, and Professor of Reproductive Medicine at UWA, Prof Hart is also the head of the reproductive medicine service at King Edward Memorial Hospital. He is responsible for the provision of public fertility services across Western Australia.

    Professor Hart is very experienced in a wide range of fertility treatments. He is pleased to offer his patients all areas of fertility care to give them the best chance at realising their dreams of parenthood.

    With the support of his excellent team of nurses, embryologists and reception staff, he is able to offer a highly personalised service to all of his patients. He understands each person’s journey is unique and is passionate about empowering his patients with the appropriate information and advice to ensure they are able to make informed choices.

    He strongly advocates ‚Äėbeing healthy for pregnancy‚Äô, an adage he applies to both men and women. He believes time invested in being healthy will not only make conception easier but it will also make the pregnancy more successful and impart better health outcomes for the baby.

    Professor Roger Hart graduated from medical school in the UK in 1989. During his obstetrics and gynaecology training, he completed a 2¬Ĺ year fellowship in gynaecological endoscopic surgery (and was awarded his doctorate of medicine MD), a 1¬Ĺ year fellowship in reproductive medicine, then went on to undertake sub-specialty training in reproductive medicine and surgery. He graduated from his UK training in 2002.

    In 2003, he was appointed senior lecturer in gynaecology at the University of Western Australia as he developed his academic career. He then went on to complete his Australian certification in reproductive endocrinology and infertility (CREI) in 2007, the same year he was appointed Professor of Reproductive Medicine at UWA. In 2022, is completed his Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Western Australia.

    He is one of only two specialists who have completed the infertility examination process in both the UK and Australia. He then went on to establish a training program for CREI in WA and is delighted that there have been two successful graduates from his program, and one in training.

    Professor Hart is the past Chair of the CREI training programme across Australia and New Zealand, highlighting his dedication to training the next generation of fertility specialists.

    Professor Hart is a recognised international leader in the field of infertility and has published extensively in the scientific literature in these fields. He has over 250 papers in the fields of infertility, IVF, PCOS, IVM and endometriosis. The programs at FSWA for ovulation induction and in vitro maturation of oocytes (IVM) are recognised as world-leading.

    He has a particular interest in the longer-term outcome of IVF on the woman and the child and the early life origins of male and female reproductive disorders.

    He is the recipient of three National Health and Medical Research Council grants. He has recently submitted a further five-year grant to study the associations of male and female reproductive disorders using the Western Australian Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study, where he is a lead researcher in the field of reproductive medicine.

     

    Awards and achievements:

    • The Ian Johnston Award from the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand in 2023 for excellence in infertility research
    • Is on the scientific organising committee of several national infertility meetings
    • Deputy head of the Division of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the University of Western Australia
    • Is a member of the Clinical Oncological Society of Australia Guideline Development Group for fertility preservation
    • Was part of the international PCOS guideline development group that was published in¬†(2018) 2023
    • Is past chair of the Australian Gynaecology Endoscopy and Surgery Society research committee
    • (Is a member of the Western Australian Reproductive Technology Council) Chair of the Western Australian Ministerial Expert Panel on Assisted Reproduction and Surrogacy
    • Past deputy chair of the Bethesda Medical Advisory Committee
    • The top-rated expert in¬†Infertility, Female¬†in Australia during the years 2013-2023
    • The 8th rated expert in¬†Infertility, Female internationally during the years 2013-2023

     

     

    PLEASE NOTE: All treatment procedures are carried out at Fertility Specialists of Western Australia in our RTAC (Reproductive Technology Accreditation Committee) accredited fertility clinics.

     

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