Dr Tessa Homfray

Dr Tessa Homfray was previously an Adviser to the Progress Educational Trust (PET), and is a Consultant in Medical Genetics at St George's University of London's Department Of Clinical Developmental Sciences. She runs prenatal clinics at St George's Hospital and at the Harris Birthright Research Centre for Fetal Medicine at King's College Hospital, and she has led working groups on non-invasive prenatal diagnosis for the Joint Committee on Medical Genetics (run by the British Society for Human Genetics, the Royal College of Pathologists and the Royal College of Physicians) and for the Foundation for Genomics and Population Health. She is coeditor of Reproductive Genetics (buy this book from Amazon UK), and she has contributed a chapter to A Textbook of Preconceptional Medicine and Management (buy this book from Amazon UK).



Danielle Hamm and Dr Tessa Homfray at the Progress Educational Trust's 2010 annual conference 'Passport to Parenthood: The Evidence and Ethics Behind Cross-Border Reproductive Care' (photograph by MacKenna Roberts)

Left to right: Danielle Hamm, Dr Tessa Homfray
At the Progress Educational Trust's 2010 annual conference Passport to Parenthood: The Evidence and Ethics Behind Cross-Border Reproductive Care
Photograph by MacKenna Roberts