Niamh Joyce

National Maternity Hospital Dublin


I am a dedicated Obstetrics and Gynaecology professional with over 12 years of experience in Ireland, passionate about advancing women’s health. In 2010, I graduated from University College Dublin, marking the beginning of a rewarding journey that has led me to specialize in infertility, menopause, and the intricate processes of aging and longevity.

Currently, I serve as an Aspire Fellow at the National Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland driving the development of the Fertility Preservation Programme for children and young adults. This innovative initiative, closely linked with the Merrion Fertility Centre in Dublin, underscores my commitment to expanding reproductive healthcare options. I am fortunate to also be closely involved with Ireland’s inaugural HSE, publicly funded fertility service which is shaping the landscape of reproductive healthcare within Ireland.

My professional trajectory includes contributing to both private and NHS publicly funded fertility services in Southampton, UK. I’ve also undergone specialized training with world-renowned experts in reproductive medicine and menopause at Princess Anne Hospital, Southampton, and University College London Hospital Foundation Trusts, UK.

In addition to my clinical work, I am proud to have published and presented my research internationally, contributing to the global discourse in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and I am dedicated to advancing evidence-based practices in the field.

My passion for comprehensive healthcare extends beyond clinical practice. During my pre-medical and medical school years, I qualified as a yoga instructor and engaged in Neurogenesis research at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and the NYPI in NY, USA. I also had the privilege of working in the field of cardiac surgery with post-cardiac surgery patients, employing complementary methods of mindfulness and pranayama yoga