Prof. Dr. Rashida Begum
Speciality : Obstetrics And Gynecology
Education : MBBS,FCPS,MS,MSc,PHD
Work Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Prof. Dr. Rashida Begum
Prof. Dr. Mst. Rashida Begum is an OB/GYN and Fertility Specialist and founder of Infertility Care and Research Centre (ICRC). She is one of the pioneers of this field in Bangladesh.
Prof. Dr. Rashida Begum Chamber & Appointment:
Infertility Care & Research Center (ICRC)
MBBS, FCPS (OB/GYN), Diploma in Medical Education(UK), Masters in Medical Education(UK)
Masters in Medical Education(UK) Masters in Assisted Reproductive Technology (First and only one in Bangladesh), Ph.D. (Reproductive medicine) OB/GYN and Fertility Specialist in Bangladesh.
Professor & Chief Consultant, Infertility Care & Research Center (ICRC)
5 pm to 9 pm | Closed: Friday, Sunday & Tuesday
Contacts Number Appointment & Information: 02-9119462, 02-9132033
Mobile Number: +88 01715213783
Prof. dr. Rashida Begum: +88 01747634566
CHAMBER CELL PHONE NUMBER: +88 01819 221210
Early Life and Education of Prof. Dr. Rashida Begum:
Dr. Mst. Rashida Begum graduated in medical science in 1982 and completed a fellowship in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in 1994. She was awarded Diploma and Masters in Medical Education from the University of Dundee, UK in 1997 and 1999 respectively. After having extensive training in infertility and ART from UK and Singapore, she started her journey with infertility management. In 2006 she completed MSc in clinical embryology from the University of Leeds, UK. Since 2002 she has been working in this field with high level of competency. Till today many thousands couples got babies from her treatment. She is a dedicated researcher as well. For best research work she received Young Scientist Award from Asia Oacenia Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (AOFOG) in 2005. She has the experience of performing a high volume of laparoscopic surgery, ovum pick up, ICSI and so on. Her research interests include insulin resistance as it relates to weight and infertility problems and she has completed her PhD with insulin resistance in PCOS from the University of Dhaka in 2014. She has successfully implemented a number of regimens that has been extremely effective in restoring ovulation in PCOS.
Prof. Dr. Rashida Begum Education:
|MBBS||Dhaka University, BD|
|Diploma in Medical Education||The University of Dundee, UK|
|Masters in Medical Education||The University of Dundee, UK|
|Masters in Assisted Reproductive Technology First and only one in Bangladesh||The University of Leeds, UK|
|PhD in Reproductive medicine||Dhaka University, BD|
Prof. Dr. Rashida Begum Awards:
Name of the award
|Young Scientist Award|
For the best research work which was given to 3 best researchers among 32 countries of Asia and Australia. First ever in Bangladesh any Gynaecologist achieved it.
|Asia Oacenia Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (AOFOG)|
|Shining Personality Award||Narikontha Foundation|
|Best Fertility Specialist Award||Deshpremi Sangskritik Songha|
|Helen Kelar Gold Medal 2010||Helen Kelar Research Center|
|Life time achievement for extensive service in infertility||Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society, Bangladesh|
|Rose of Paracelelsus Award 2017 the symbol of exemplary medical practice||European Business and Medical Association, Switzerland|
|Life time achievement award for social service in health sector||Sahera Hasan Memor|
Prof. Dr. Rashida Begum Research Works And Publication :
- Eighty two (82) publications in world reputed international and national journals.
- Chapters in book;
- Aromatase inhibitors- type, indications and mode of action) of NOVA publishers USA.
- GDM: Management Strategy, InTech Publishers, USA.
- Obesity and Infertility; Practical guide in Infertility. Jaypee Brothers
- Text book : Patient Management in Obstetrics and Gynaecoly. Jaypee Brothers
‘’I believe that procreation is not at the hand of human being. It is God who decided the fate of any couple regarding child birth. But couples when fail to get child within a reasonable period must seek help of physician. Physicians are only path finder and are able to remove the obstacles of path of child birth. We always realize the emotion of couples and try our best to do for them with a very sympathetic attitude. We always do with our sincere effort by acquiring appropriate knowledge of infertility management. I love to see a gestational sac with embryo in womens’ womb and I see it most frequently’’