Anthony Walsh (physician)

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Anthony Patrick Howard Walsh
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NationalityIrish
CitizenshipIreland
EducationKevin Street College of Technology,Sierra Academy of Aeronautics Oakland California,Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland,Honorable Society of the Kings Inns, Dublin
OccupationPhysician

Parameters Anthony Patrick Howard Walsh is anIrish Gynecologist, Surgeon, Barrister and a pioneer in the field of In vitro fertilization in Ireland.[1][2][3] Walsh went on to open the Clane Hospital IVF Unit in Co. Kildare. [4] This was the first exclusively dedicated IVF center in Ireland. He eventually established, with Dr David Walsh (no relation), Ireland’s flagship clinic in Reproductive Medicine at Sims IVF in Dublin which lead to some of the most advanced testing technology and successful infertility and IVF treatments in Ireland. [5] Walsh also introduced the Gamete intrafallopian Transfer (GIFT) procedure and used donor sperm and egg in Assisted Reproduction for the first time in Ireland.[6]

Biography

Walsh, after internship, began his training in General Surgery working inter alia with Hy Browne a well known Dublin Surgeon. [7][1]

A further successful surgical rotation interfaced him with Prof. Eamon deValera a noted gynecological surgeon that subsequently steered him towards a career in Obstetrics and Gynaecology within which he developed a special interest in Fertility treatments and Invitro Fertilisation.

Walsh went on to open the Clane Hospital IVF Unit in Co. Kildare. This was the first exclusively dedicated IVF center in Ireland.[8]

References

  1. Paul, Mark. "IVF market leader Sims doubles dividends to €4m". The Irish Times. Retrieved 2020-08-31.
  2. Monday; June 02; Am, 2014-01:00 (2014-06-02). "Virtus teams up with SIMS IVF". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 2020-08-31.
  3. "Launch of New Sims Institute in Clonskeagh Dublin by Minister Reilly TD". Sims IVF. Retrieved 2020-08-31.
  4. McGreevy, Ronan. "IVF's slow Irish birth: 'It was not greeted with open arms'". The Irish Times. Retrieved 2020-08-31.
  5. "Dr. Anthony Walsh MD. FRCOG. MRCPI. Consultant Gynaecologist and Founder of Sims IVF". independent. Retrieved 2020-08-31.
  6. Sills, Eric Scott & Shkrobot, Lyuda & Coull, Graham & Salma, U & Walsh, David & Walsh, Anthony. "First Irish pregnancies after IVF with gestational carrier". Irish medical journal. 102(2):56-8 – via Researchgate.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  7. Surgeons Fleam 2010.
  8. McGreevy, Ronan. "IVF's slow Irish birth: 'It was not greeted with open arms'". The Irish Times. Retrieved 2020-08-31.

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