Mr Yadava Jeve is a fertility consultant at BMI The Priory Hospital in Birmingham and the Birmingham Women’s Hospital. He is an accredited subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. He is a specialist in various fertility investigations and treatments including IVF, ICSI, egg freezing, poor ovarian response, recurrent implantation failure, premature ovarian insufficiency, donor egg treatment, surrogacy, and reproductive endocrinology. He is a competent laparoscopic and hysteroscopy surgeon with a special interest in managing conditions affecting fertility.
Mr Jeve is a champion for treating fertility patients with p4 medicine principles. He believes in providing predictive, participatory, preventive and personalised care for his patients. He trusts in individualising the treatment strategy in IVF and moving away from a building-block approach practiced in traditional medicine.
Mr Jeve completed his post-graduation with a gold medal from the University of Mumbai, India in 2006. He joined the renowned research team at the University of Glasgow in 2007. His research was focussed on serum AMH and poor ovarian response in IVF. He completed his training in the East Midlands. He has completed his subspecialty training in Reproductive Medicine at Oxford and Leicester. His PhD analyses how the quality and quantity of the eggs in the ovaries impact IVF success.
Mr Jeve has presented his research work at numerous international and national meetings. He has authored several publications, book chapters, and national guidelines. His research contributed to the change in clinical practice of diagnosis of miscarriage. He is committed to education and training serving as Honorary Senior Lecturer at University of Birmingham. He serves as lead for corporate governance for the British Fertility Society and a trustee for SEED (Sperm, Egg and Embryo Donation) Trust.
In his spare time, Mr Jeve is a big fan of cricket and Bollywood.