Dr Seif is the lead consultant for reproductive endocrinology (Female) and complex menopause services, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester and also supervisor and examiner to higher degrees and undergraduates at the University of Manchester and other Universities in both the UK and Europe.
He is also a Education Supervisor and Appraiser at MFT and was Regional collage advisor (RCOG), Associate Hospital Dean (CMFT), OSCE-Lead O&G Manchester University.
Dr Seif was awarded Sims Black Professorship by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2013 and was a member of the RCOG-Council and Council of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH).
He achieved a high profile in global women health as an International Consultant to United Nation Population Fund (UNFPA), founded and coordinated the RCOG-Eurovision project and was the Project Director and Chair of Steering Group for UNFPA project on building capacity on evidence-based guideline/protocols in sexual and reproductive health in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
He was also the external expert and Chief Editor of the European Board & College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (EBCOG) Standards for Gynaecology and was the Responsible Officer for UNFPA-EBCOG Collaboration
Dr Seif has special interest is in evidence-based medicine, and has led numerous clinical trials including being the Manchester –Lead for the UKCTOCS on ovarian cancer screening which is the largest trial of its kind in the world and has been author of large number of peer-reviewed scientific and clinical publications.