Dr. Sonya Kashyap MD, MSc Epi, FRCSC, FACOg | Medical Director
Dr. Sonya Kashyap did her fellowship training in New York at Cornell University Medical College, one of the world premiere IVF clinics, under the mentorship of Dr. Zev Rosenwaks. With thousands of cases annually arriving from all over the world, she learned from the pioneers how to achieve the best outcomes even in the most difficult cases. Before arriving in Vancouver, she had been recruited onto faculty at the University of California at San Francisco, one of the top 3 ranked medical schools in the US and a National Institutes of Health recognized Center for Excellence in Women’s Health Care. Dr. Kashyap was most recently appointed Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility Fellowship Program Director by the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of British Columbia. Board certified both in Canada and the US in Obstetrics and Gynecology as well and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Dr. Kashyap was also the recipient of a CIHR (Canadian Institutes of Health Research) New Investigators awards in women’s health for her work in assisted reproductive technology, fertility preservation, cancer outcomes and fertility and patient education/decision tools. Dr. Kashyap has been invited to speak internationally, and is an author and recipient of many research and teaching awards. She is most proud of how these experiences have translated into success for her patients. Learn more about Dr Kashyap’s work.
Dr. Neeraj Mehra MD, FRCSC
Dr. Neeraj Mehra completed his residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at Queen’s University in 2010. This was followed by a one-year fellowship in advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) in Gynecology at the University of Ottawa, with a focus on difficult laparoscopic cases including large fibroid uteri and severe endometriosis. He then finished a second fellowship in Simulation and Medical Education through the Academy of Innovation and Medical Education (AIME) also at the University of Ottawa. Dr Mehra is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the University of British Columbia. His clinical practice is focused primarily on MIS cases in gynecology including advanced laparoscopy and hysteroscopy, and is a leader in MIS gynecologic education in BC for both residents and clinical faculty. He is also actively involved in obstetrical simulation at BC Women’s Hospital where he serves as the Medical Director for Simulation. His academic interests included a wide range of educational and research activities related to obstetrical simulation, surgical education, and patient safety.