About Me

Dr Genia Rozen


Dr Genia Rozen grew up in Melbourne and completed her medical education at Monash University. She graduated with Honours (MBBS Hons) in 2004 and commenced training as an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist (O&G) at Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne. During her specialist training, she completed a Masters of Reproductive Medicine (MRMED) degree at University of New South Wales.

Dr Rozen then undertook a further three years of sub-specialised training in infertility medicine within the Reproductive Biology Unit at Royal Women’s Hospital Melbourne, where she trained in In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), reproductive endocrinology, advanced minimally invasive fertility surgery, comprehensive fertility care, andrology and assisted reproductive technologies (ART).

Dr Rozen is currently completing a PhD aimed at helping women to conceive following cancer treatment. In 2015, she was awarded the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Scholarship to investigate uterine fitness for pregnancy following pelvic or total body radiation treatment, as well as examining endometrial receptivity and repeated implantation failure. Her PhD thesis was submitted for final review / approval in 2023 (outcome pending).

Dr Rozen is a Senior Clinical Lecturer and Clinical School Tutor at Melbourne University. She is a Clinical School Tutor at Epworth Clinical School and is on the Research Committee at Royal Women’s Hospital. Dr Rozen is actively involved in medical school student and registrar teaching and training, and is involved in the fertility preservation service at Genea and Royal Women’s Hospital, including presenting research at both local and international conferences.

Dr Rozen has published widely in Australian and International peer reviewed journals and has authored guidelines on the assessment of uterine function after radiation therapy. She is an peer reviewer for numerous fertility, gynaecology and obstetrics journals and professional bodies. Dr Rozen is part of the MRFF grant, fertility preservation taskforce and ANZCO guideline development working group, aimed at improving oncofertility services in Australia. She has also written a textbook chapter on ovarian tissue grafting and is an invited speaker at ESHRE.

Dr Rozen’s genuinely caring manner, dedication to fertility research at the highest level, and collaborative approach to patient care allows her patients to feel confident they are receiving an excellent standard of care and advice. She looks after couples with infertility (both male and female), single women and same sex couples, using the latest minimally-assisted medical treatments, insemination and IVF. She combines her passion for research, teaching and commitment to clinical excellence to ensure that every patient is given the best care for their fertility and gynaecological needs.

During her idle moments she enjoys spending time outdoors, especially in Mt Eliza and keeping fit with the whole family in tow.


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Hospital Appointments

Fertility Clinics
Genea Melbourne City 

Private Hospitals
Peninsula Private Hospital
• Epworth Freemasons

Public Hospitals
Royal Women’s Hospital

Consulting Locations

East Melbourne
• Frankston

Research Appointments

Personal Q&As

I was drawn to an area of medicine that allows me to make a profound impact on the lives of individuals and couples who are navigating the challenging journey towards having a baby. My understanding of the emotional rollercoaster that infertility can bring have led me to specialise in this field.

The combination of compassion with scientific curiosity led me to pursue a career where I could apply my knowledge and skills to assist those wanting to have a child. I endeavour to provide every patient with support, guidance, expertise and honest advice to help them fulfill their dreams of starting or expanding their family.

Helping women and men who have just been diagnosed with cancer, plan and offer hope of future reproduction is a real privilege. My patients’ courage, in the face of life changing and often unexpected adversity, is truly inspiring.

I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, especially being super active and challenged with outdoor activities like Parkrun. I also enjoy a bit of quiet solitude when I can get it, reading books and listening to podcasts.

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Dr Genia Rozen is a Melbourne-based fertility specialist and consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist with 10+ years of experience dedicated to fertility medicine.