As director of the Menopause & PMS Centres at Queen Charlotte’s and Imperial College London, Nick leads a busy clinical and research team which publishes widely, presents at scientific meetings and trains health professionals at all levels.
He and his team of research fellows and nurses run an active research programme consisting of translational, clinical and pharmaceutically sponsored research in menopause, premature ovarian insufficiency, premenstrual syndrome, androgens and contraception.
Nick has authored more than 200 peer reviewed publications with more than 10000 citations to date and has a Google Scholar h index of 49. He presents at numerous national and international conferences, as an invited keynote and plenary speaker.
Dr. Nick Panay is a Consultant Gynaecologist with a special interest in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, Menopause and Menstrual Disorders. He holds the position of Consultant Gynaecologist, Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital and Chelsea & Westminster Hospital in London. He also serves as an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London.
Dr. Panay has a particular interest in minimal access surgery, both laparoscopic and hysteroscopic. He leads the operative outpatient hysteroscopy centre at Queen Charlotte’s Hospital, which facilitates the one-stop investigation and treatment of women with bleeding disorders. In addition, he serves as an editor for several women's health journals, holds the position of Chairman of The British Menopause Society and The National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome, and is a Council Member of The British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy and The Royal Society of Medicine (Obstetrics and Gynaecology Division). He also serves as the Patron of The Daisy Network, an organization that campaigns for women's health issues.
As the director of the West London Menopause & PMS Centre at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea and Chelsea & Westminster Hospitals, he leads a busy clinical and research team that publishes widely, presents at scientific meetings, and trains health professionals at all levels. Much of his team's research has focused on improving the understanding and management of premature menopause, PMS, new HRT preparations, and complementary therapies.