FIRUZA PARIKH


FIRUZA PARIKHFIRUZA PARIKH

Citizenship/Residence India

Director at Department of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics, Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Editor- In-Chief, Fertility and Sterility Indian Edition, Dr. Parikh is the woman behind South East Asia’s first ICSI baby, 1994. She has been an unprecedented contributor to medicine and the one to set up the first PGD laboratory in India 1999 and the pioneer of Cumulus Aided Transfer (CAT) for the first time in the world, author of over 100 books with a number of eminent awards, Dr Firuza Parikh has woven dreams of several couples and has been a major hand in revolutionizing healthcare.

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