Prof Mark Brincat
MRCS, LRCP, PhD (Lond), FRCOG, FRCPI
Chevalier Legion d’Honneur (France)
Prof Mark Brincat is Professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at the University of Malta and Associate Dean and Professor in Medical Education at Queen Mary’s University of London, Malta.
Prof Brincat had undertaken is medical training and specialisation at King’s College and at St George.s Hospital in London, where apart from engaging in specialist training he was also engaged in research and obtained a PhD from King’s college university of London. After completing his training and working as an NHS specialist he went on to become director and head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, within the Ministry of Health in Malta responsible for maternity services and for woman’s health in the Maltese islands. Prof Brincat also served for a period of time as Professor in Reproductive Medicine at the University of Nottingham.
As Director of Department in Malta, Prof Mark Brincat was responsible for introducing and rebuilding several services.
His particular interests and areas he is still lecturing and involved in include the Menopause, climacteric, collagen, bone and gynaecological endocrinology including PCO, endometriosis. He helped introduce IVF services in Malta with the first IV baby in 1991, and is actively involved in infertility, having also been involved in the clinical introduction of the Assisted Conception Unit within the National Health Service in Malta.
Prof Brincat has also had a long standing interest in high risk pregnancies and has almost 40 years of experience in managing normal and high risk pregnancies.
Prof Brincat also continues to be active in medical education, particularly in areas of his interest and has for many years been as lecturer, both locally and regularly in overseas fora. He is a member of several active organisations.