Mohamed Bedaiwy

Professor

Research Classification

Research Interests

Endometriosis
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Infertility
Minimally Invasive Surgery

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Biography

My primary focus is in exploring molecular and genetic mechanisms explaining the cause of endometriosis. Endometriosis is a disease where the lining of the uterus is implanted in the abdomen. The exact cause of this disease is unknown. We are looking into specific changes in the genome of those patients that may explain the disease. As a result, specific targeted treatment could be developed for this devastating disease.

The other focus of our research is to look into mechanisms to improve on the in vitro conditions of human embryo development. We are also looking to optimize the current techniques used for embryo freezing.

In addition, we are looking into the safety aspects of doing minimally invasive surgery using robotics.

Research Methodology

Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing

Recruitment

Master's students
Doctoral students
Postdoctoral Fellows
2021

Endometriosis

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Infertility

Minimally Invasive Surgery

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Great Supervisor Week Mentions

Each year graduate students are encouraged to give kudos to their supervisors through social media and our website as part of #GreatSupervisorWeek. Below are students who mentioned this supervisor since the initiative was started in 2017.

 

I am so grateful to have Dr.Mohamed Bedaiwy as my supervisor. He is like a candle who has lit up my career path, so I can achieve my goals. He is my role model. He appreciates me on my every little progress/achievement. He does the best he can to make learning easier for me from his own experiences as a clinician. This is my last year but I really wish if I could get this wonderful opportunity to thank him every year for all the hard work he does not only for his students but also for his patients. My success is your blessing, Dr.Bedaiwy. I would always be thankful to you.

Sunaina Sharma (2019)

 

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