Professor Albert Singer
Professor Emeritus of Gynaecological Research University of London
Professor Singer is globally recognised as a pioneer of colposcopy in the UK. He is Professor Emeritus at UCL and holds Honorary Consultant appointments at University College Hospital and the Whittington Hospital in London. He has been training colposcopists worldwide since 1976 and established Colposcopy Courses in 2004.
Professor Singer has headed up research teams at both his NHS hospitals. His main areas of research are the origins, detection and treatment of cervical and lower genital tract pre cancer, with special interest in HPV. He has authored many papers and books including the authoritative ‘The Cervix‘ with Mr Joe Jordan and ‘Cervical and Lower Genital Tract Precancer‘ with Mr John Monaghan.
Professor Singer is co-founder and trustee for the British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology and a founding member of the British Gynaecological Cancer Society. He holds a senior visiting research fellowship at the National Institute for Clinical Research in London. Professor Singer is known for his vision, research and experience and is often a reference point, in his private practice, for a second opinion in complex cases.
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Mr Narendra Pisal
Mr Pisal is a Consultant Gynaecologist at the Whittington Hospital in London and also practices privately. He is recognised as a leading expert in the management of the abnormal smear and laporoscopy (key-hole) surgery and has published extensively on cervical pre cancer topics.
He is a highly experienced colposcopist and is currently the lead tutor for Colposcopy at the Whittington Hospital. He travels extensively with Professor Singer conducting courses worldwide and is a co-contributor to the online colposcopy course. Mr Pisal is a Member of the Council of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists(RCOG).
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Colposcopy Courses features regular specialist contributors who are all highly experienced clinicians and experts in their fields.
Dr Rupali Arora
Dr Arora is a Consultant Histopathologist and is the lead Gynae-Oncology pathologist at UCLH. She trains medical professionals and students in histopathology and assesses trainees at the London Deanery’s Specialty School of Pathology. Dr Arora is a member of the Pathology Sub-Committee of UCL and is also part of the London Quality Assurance Team for Cervical Screening.
Professor John Doorbar
Dr Doorbar is a leading virologist and Director of Research in the Department of Pathology at Cambridge University. He specialises in HPV related research including the biology and life cycle of HPV infections and is a world recognised authority in this field. He is well known for his straight forward explanations of complex and difficult concepts. He was previously at the National Institute for Medical Research where he headed up the Papillomavirus Research Group.
Professor Jacob Bornstein
In addition to his post at the Galilee Medical Center, Professor Bornstein is Associate Dean at the Bar-Ilan University, Faculty of Medicine. He is a specialist in Lower Genital Tract Disease and Molecular Virology, studying extensively in Baylor College of Medicine, Texas, and the Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney, Australia. Professor Bornstein has been the President of the International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (2011-13) and was Chairman of the IFCPC Nomenclature Committee which was the first to establish a comprehensive terminology of the total lower genital tract. Professor Bornstein is widely published and sits on the Editorial Board of several American, European and Israeli scientific journals.