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Dr. Salma Batool Naqvi

Dr. Salma Batool Naqvi

Gynecologists

She has had a successful career at the Australian Concept Infertility Medical Center in Pakistan since 1998. She is the Medical Director of the Australian Concept Infertility Medical Centre. As early as 1999, he became the first recorded person born using frozen embryo technology. She serves as an advisor for graduate studies at M.R.C.O.G./F.C.P.S. and M.C.P.S. She is also an analyst at I.M.M., M.C.P.S. and F.C.P.S. She is an abstract and reference analyst for graduate students. She is a member of S.O.G.P. and Auditor, University of Karachi. She has published numerous publications and research articles and is involved in many research projects at the Australian Conceptual Infertility Clinic. She is a member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. She is also a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. She is a registered doctor and OB/GYN consultant with the Health Professions Council of Saudi Arabia. She is a doctor registered with the UAE Ministry of Health as a Consultant Obstetrician/Gynecologist. She is a doctor registered as an OB/GY consultant in GMC (UK) and PMDC Pakistan. She has extensive experience in treating patients with polycystic syndrome, endometriosis/recurrent miscarriage and anovulatory amenorrhea. I am pleased to congratulate you on your achievement of the "1000" (thousand) milestone in birth in the work of A.R.T. This is a great achievement in his successful 42-year career. She is one of the oldest female doctors and one of the few at A.R.T. machine. Dr. Salma Batool Naqvi did a great job. She graduated from Dow University of Health Sciences School of Medicine. M.C.P.S. earned his degree. from Pakistan College of Physicians and Surgeons. She received his M.R.C.O.G. received an award from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, London; F.R.C.O.G. from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, London. She received training in advanced reproductive technology in Western Australia. She has been involved in child welfare services since 1998.