Dr. Manish Banker

Dr. Manish Banker

MD, FICOG

Dr. Manish Banker is a world-renowned infertility specialist and the Medical Director of Nova IVF Fertility Clinics, one of India’s largest group of IVF clinics. Trained in Australia and Germany he is one of the pioneers of fertility treatment in India and his career spans over 3 decades and treated over 20,000+ successful IVF pregnancies.

He has done his under graduation and post- graduation with honors, from VS Medical College and Hospital, Ahmedabad. After completing his studies, he had advanced training in IVF and Endoscopy in Australia and Germany. He has been one of the pioneers in IVF in India and started his IVF practice in 1996.

He was conferred the prestigious Dr. B. C. Roy National Award for the year 2017 by the Medical Council of India in the category of “ to recognize the best talent in encouraging the development of specialties in different branches of medicine”.

Dr. Banker is the Course Director and PG teacher for the 2 year Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine offered by the National Board of Examinations and is also the Course Director of the 1 year fellowship in ART offered by Nova IVF fertility.

He has been the President of the Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR) and Chairman of the infertility Committee of Federation of Obstetric and Gynecological Societies of India (FOGSI). He sits on the International Affairs Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Board of Directors of Pacific Rim Society of Reproductive Medicine and Surveillance Board of IFFS. He is a Member of the Draft Committee for ART Bill of India, I. C. M. R., Ministry of Health and is the Regional representative for the International Committee for Monitoring ART (ICMART), a WHO affiliate.

He has also been a Founder Board Member of Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproductive Endocrinology (ASPIRE)- 2006 - 2008. He was the Scientific Co-chair of IFFS 2016.

He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Human Reproductive Sciences (JHRS) and Clinical and Experimental and Reproductive Medicine (CERM)and a reviewer for RBM Online.

Dr. Banker has delivered numerous orations and talks at International and National Conferences, has to his credit numerous publications and has contributed many chapters to text books. He has published the National ART Registry of India for more than 10 years.

 

  • The Medical Council of India (MCI) awarded him with the prestigious B.C. Roy National Award for excellence in recognizing the best talent in encouraging the development of specialities in different branches in Medicine.
  • Gujarat Gynaec Excellence Award - 2020
  • Most Admired Global Indian -2019
  • Gujarat Ratna Gaurv Award – 2019
  • ISAR late Dr. Prabha Malhotra Memorial Lifetime Achievement Award 2018-19
  • He has been the President of the Indian Society for Assisted Reproduction (ISAR).
  • He is a member of the Draft Committee for ART Bill of India and the Experts Cum Monitoring Committee for “National Registry of ART Clinics and Bank in India”, Indian Council of Medical Research, Ministry of Health, Government of India.
  • He is also the regional representative for the International Committee for Monitoring ART (ICMART), a non-state actor in an official relationship with the WHO.
  • He is the course director and a PG teacher for the two-year fellowship in reproductive medicine offered by the National Board of Examinations.
  • Life member of FOGSI: The Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India
  • Life member of Indian Medical Association
  • Life member of Indian Society For Assisted Reproduction
  • Life member of American Society of Assisted Reproduction
  • Life Member of European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE)

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Male factor accounts for 40-45% of all infertility cases

Male factor accounts for 40-45% of all infertility cases

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