Join the Adia Expert Panel

Join our growing community of experts to build your personal brand, earn additional income, and gain experience all while providing much-needed support to women (and men) on their fertility journey.

Register your interest

How it works
  • 1. Register your interest above.
  • 2. We’ll arrange a call to get to know you better and run through the details and guidelines.
  • 3. Once a member, we’ll start matching to Adia users based on your knowledge, area of specialism, and interests.
  • 4. You’ll aim to answer all questions within 48 hours.
In the press

“Adia is part of a new wave of health-tech companies focused on fertility.”

“What makes Adia unique is how proactively they are addressing the issues of the mind-body connection.”

“Empowering women with health tracking and support for their fertility journey”

What is involved in being a member of the Adia expert panel?

We will connect you with women on the platform to answer questions they submit on Adia. You can also get more involved by working with the Adia team to produce online courses and hold our #Adiatalks events.

Do I need to be in an office or go to Adia’s office to do this?

No, all you need is a computer or mobile phone. Given all communication is via messaging you can answer questions and provide support on the go whenever and wherever you are.

What type of experts are we looking for?

We are looking for obstetricians, fertility doctors, or specialists in other areas that impact fertility health such as nutrition. We are building a community of experts focused on all aspects of fertility and preconception health. You can view some of their profiles here below. So if that’s you and you want to help women on their journey join us!

Will I need to do video consultations?

No, all support provided on Adia is currently done via messaging.

How much time will this take up?

Expect a minimum of 1-2 hours per week. Beyond that you can set a limit that we can work with you to keep to.

What sort of questions do you get?

The questions are focused on preconception fertility health but can be quite wide-ranging. For example, we receive questions about IVF and miscarriage as well as general period health and nutrition. We do not answer questions for women who are pregnant as our focus is on preconception health at this stage.

How do I get paid?

We will pay directly into your bank account based on an hourly rate we’ll set with you when you join.

Do I need insurance?

No. Providing information through Adia does not require special personal insurance or regulatory approval.

Meet some of our experts

We aim to offer our users a diverse range of expert support, from leading OB/GYN’s to nutritionists and mindfulness coaches.

Dr Jessica Farren BA MRCOG PhD
OB/GYN | Special interest: Miscarriage, early pregnancy and periods

Jessica practices as an obstetrician and gynaecologist at Imperial College Healthcare Trust, having been awarded the prize medal for the highest mark in the membership examination for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Jessica has spent the last few years researching and lecturing internationally on the emotional impact of miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy.

Dr Linda Farahani BSc MBBS MRCOG
OB/GYN | Special interest: Fertility, premature ovarian failure, and PCOS

Linda practices as an obstetrician and gynaecologist at Imperial College Healthcare Trust specialising in fertility and reproductive medicine. She has spent the last few years researching premature ovarian failure, polycystic ovarian syndrome and ectopic pregnancies, and has presented her findings at national and international conferences. She has also published a number of research papers on early pregnancy.

Dr Gowri Motha BSc MBBS CH MAR
OB/GYN | Special interest: Fertility and natural birth

Gowri has worked as an obstetrician for 14 years within the NHS and pioneered water births within the NHS in 1987. Gowri is the author of ‘The Gentle Birth Method’ and ‘The Gentle First Year’. Gowri has been working with natural birth and natural fertility for over 30 years and has an enviable client list.

Katie Dalrymple ANutr
Nutritionist | Special interest: Diet & exercise

Katie is an Associate Nutritionist (ANutr) and is currently in the final year of her PhD in the Department of Women and Children’s Health at King’s College London. Katie’s PhD is focusing on diet and physical activity in pregnancy and the influence it has on the child’s health outcomes.

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