Dr Conway is lead clinician in endocrinology at UCLH and maintains a clinical research interest in pituitary, ovary and adrenal disorders as well as developmental conditions. Much of this work comes under the heading of reproductive endocrinology, which is a specialist interest in the department.
Dr Conway has pioneered the development of multidisciplinary clinics for Turner syndrome and congenital adrenal hyperplasia which have become a model for care of these conditions applied throughout the world.
In the area of reproduction Dr Conway undertook research into the Polycystic Ovary Syndrome under Professor Howard Jacobs and has developed this interest over the last 20 years. He runs a clinic specialising in PCOS in the Reproductive Medicine Unit at UCH where he is the physician overseeing hormone aspects of infertility.