About us

We at St. George’s pride ourselves in having helped thousands of candidates to pass the MRCOG exams over the past 15 years.

Professor Isaac Manyonda, BSc MRCOG PhD
Course Director and Founder of St. George’s MRCOG course

Professor Isaac Manyonda is a Senior Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at St. George’s Hospital, South London, and Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at St George’s University of London. He was appointed to the Consultant staff in 1994 and over the years has brought numerous innovations to the service including setting up a pioneering dedicated Myoma Clinic, a busy recurrent miscarriage service, and undertaking ground breaking research, some of which has been published in prestigious and high impact factor journals including the New England Journal of Medicine, Nature, Lancet and the BMJ. He is a keen teacher for both under- and postgraduates and started the MRCOG course in 2003. His current clinical interests include high risk obstetrics and he runs combined clinics for women with diabetes in pregnancy and women with connective tissue disorders. He is an accomplished minimally invasive surgeon.


Mr. Vikram Sinai Talaulikar MD MRCOG PhD

Mr. Vikram Sinai Talaulikar is an Associate Specialist at the Reproductive Medicine Unit in University College London Hospital NHS Trust and Hon. Senior Clinical Lecturer at University College London. His clinical interests include reproductive endocrinology, assisted conception, recurrent miscarriage and menopause. His research focuses around events at the embryo-maternal interface in early pregnancy. He joined the course in 2008 and has introduced some changes to the course to keep it up to date with the examination guidelines set by the RCOG.

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Mr. Vivek Nama MD MRes MRCOG

Mr. Vivek Nama is a Consultant Gynaecological Surgeon at the Croydon University Hospital. His clinical interests include Gynecological oncology and minimal access surgery. His research work revolves around pre-eclampsia and vascular adaptations in health and disease. He has been a part of the St. George’s course since 2005.


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