Dr Daniel Lantsberg
Melbourne IVF Fellow
Dr Daniel Lantsberg graduated from Ben Gurion University medical school in Israel with honors (Cum Laude) in 2008. He subsequently completed his internship at Tel Aviv Sourasky medical center and embarked on 6 year specialty training at Sheba medical center in Israel (ranked one of the top ten hospitals in the world) where he completed his certification with distinction. He practiced as an Obstetrics, Gynaecology and fertility specialist at sheba medical center, Lis Maternity Hospital at Tel Aviv Sourasky medical center and was the medical director of the principal outpatient emergency obstetrics and gynaecology center (Maccabi healthcare) in Tel Aviv for 3 years followed by a 2.5-years clinical subspecialty fellowship in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the Royal Women's Hospital in Melbourne.
Daniel also holds a public appointment in the Reproductive Services Unit and has been appointed as a Clinical Senior Lecturer for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Melbourne.
Daniel is committed to the most advanced and personal evaluation and treatment of all aspects of male and female infertility. He has founded and facilitated the Austrian- Israeli consortium for advancements in fertility treatments aimed at international scientific exchange of the most recent advances in our field.
Daniel is passionate about oncofertility and is committed to improving the fertility outcomes of women, men and children diagnosed with cancer. He is actively involved in research in this field and provides specialist care in the Fertility Preservation Service at Melbourne IVF, the Royal Women’s Hospital and he is a member of the fertility preservation Task force at the Royal Children's Hospital.
Danie's special interest areas are unexplained infertility, male infertility, fertility preservation, elective egg freezing, age related infertility, PCOS, endometriosis and fibroids.