Anthony Hirsh is a surgeon specialising in male sub-fertility and male sexual dysfunction. His main interests involve the management of infertile men by conservative, medical and surgical methods, including surgical sperm recovery techniques and assisted reproduction.
A graduate of Westminster Medical School, he was Consultant in Andrology to Whipps Cross Hospital London, Bourne Hall Clinic Cambridge, Guy's Hospital Assisted Conception Unit, where he was Honorary Senior Lecturer, and The Fertility Unit, Homerton Hospital, London.
He served on the Development Group for The NICE Fertility Guidelines (2002-2004). He has regularly lectured on the British Fertility Society special skills courses, King's, Guy's and St Thomas's Medical School, The Bourne Hall academic programme, and various clinical meetings. He has also contributed several papers and chapters on the investigation and management of infertile men in the assisted conception unit, and introduced reproductive medicine specialists in several units in the UK and abroad to the skills needed to manage infertile men including surgical sperm recovery.