Mr. Ahmad Sayasneh
Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist
Guy's & St. Thomas NHS Trust, London

Mr Ahmad Sayasneh is a highly experienced consultant in gynaecology and gynaecological oncology surgery both open and laparoscopy. His range of specialist expertise covers endometriosis, menorrhagia (heavy periods), pelvic pain, gynaecological cancer, colposcopy and gynaecological ultrasounds.

Mr Sayasneh is an international expert in gynaecological ultrasonography who significantly contributes to the body of scientific evidence in gynaecological ultrasound examination including gynaecological and early pregnancy diagnostics using ultrasound.

Ahmad completed his CCT in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with a Subspecialty in Gynaecological Oncology at Hammersmith Hospital and Imperial College London in 2015. He holds advanced training RCOG ATSM in vaginal surgery and vulval disease from Cambridge University Hospitals (East of England Deanery) since 2011. He completed international fellowships in the Czech Republic, Italy and Syria. He is an accredited trainer colposcopist. 

Since 2015, Mr Sayasney has worked as a Consultant  at the Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS foundation trust. He is the Lead for ovarian rapid access clinic and the Lead for Women’s Health Undergraduate Education at King’s College London. Furthermore, he is a member of various British, European and international societies of obstetrics, gynaecology and gynaecological oncology. He is an honorary senior clinical lecturer (research) in the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, King’s College London as of 2016 and at the Department of Surgery and Cancer since 2015. He contributes to research greatly and has a long track of publications with more than 40 scientific papers in international peer-reviewed journals. He has authored  book chapters (Grey’s Anatomy and Ovarian cysts). He is an invited speaker and chair at several international meetings on subjects relating to the use of ultrasound and diagnostics in gynaecology

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