Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Area of expertise
Michael’s clinical and research interests include psychiatric disease in pregnancy, neurological disease in pregnancy, diabetes in pregnancy, the menopause, osteoporosis and breast cancer survivorship.
Michael has been a Consultant and Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at King’s College Hospital since 1999 and retired from clinical obstetric practice in January 2017. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the section head for pregnancy, labour, delivery and postpartum care for the Faculty 1000, a clinical advisor for Epilepsy Action and a member of the FIGO Ethics Committee.
Education and training
He qualified as a doctor with a MBBS (Lond.) in 1982 from Guy’s Hospital Medical School and was trained in obstetric and gynaecological training in a variety of London teaching hospitals. He obtained MD (Lond.) in 1995, MRCOG in 1988, the CSST (obstetrics and gynaecology) in 1997 and FRCOG in 2008.
Psychiatric disease and pregnancy – edited by O’Keane V, Marsh MS, Seneviratne T, Taylor Francis Publishing, 2006
An Atlas of Osteoporosis (third edition) – Stevenson JC, Marsh MS, Taylor Francis Publishing, 2007
Neurological disease and pregnancy – edited by Marsh MS, Brex P, Nashef L, Informa Publishing, 2012