Professor Conway trained in Endocrinology in several centres in London. His clinical research was in the endocrinology of polycystic ovary syndrome and he then undertook a fellowship in genetic research in Prince Henry’s Institute for Medical Research, Melbourne Australia. On return he became Senior Lecturer in Medicine at UCL in 1994 and subsequently Consultant Endocrinologist at UCLH and then Honorary Professor in Clinical Medicine in the Institute for Women’s Health, University College London.
Professor Conway is a member of several international guideline committees’ with contributions to reference documents on polycystic ovary syndrome, Turner syndrome, ovarian insufficiency and congenital adrenal hyperplasia. His research interests span the fields of reproductive endocrinology and disorders of development resulting in over 250 publications.
Professor Conway has developed a series of specialist clinics in disorders relating to reproductive endocrinology and development including polycystic ovary syndrome, ovarian insufficiency, Turner syndrome, congenital adrenal hyperplasia as well as disorders of sexual development. A major new project documenting long term consequences of disorders of reproductive development was launched in 2014. The Reproductive Life Course Project has now become a UK wide multi centre audit of health in pregnancy in women with Turner syndrome and congenital adrenal hyperplasia.