Dr. Olga Zaytseff set up the International Egg Donor programme at AVA-Peter in 2006.
Since then, more than 1000 donor egg recipients from all over Europe whom she has treated have delivered babies. Many mothers have also had a second or even third child later from the same donor.
Dr. Zaytseff focuses on highly individual egg donor choice and works out an individual treatment plan which suits each recipient’s medical circumstances to create the best possible chance for pregnancy.
- Member of the European Society for Human Reproduction & Embryology (ESHRE);
- Member of the Russian Association of Human Reproduction (RAHR);
- Member of the German Society of Reproductive Medicine (DGRM);
- Dr. Zaytseff holds degrees in medicine and philology from Saint Petersburg State University;
- Specialisation in ultrasound diagnostics at the St.Petersburg Medical Academy of Postgraduate Studies (MAPS).
Motherhood is the best thing which has ever happened to me. I am grateful and happy to have this chance of helping childless women experience this miracle. Egg donation is a very special way to motherhood, as it requires an open mind and strong will from the mother-to-be and her partner. Choosing an egg donor you feel comfortable with is a very delicate and emotional process which will influence the wellbeing of the future young family. That is why it is so important for you to make your own choice based on your personal priorities and human values. To make it possible we offer you extensive information about hundreds of donors and our professional guidance.
I am extremely thankful and proud of each member of the dedicated AVA-Peter team who shares my views and truly put their hearts into their work.
Clinical residency at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Saint-Petersburg State University.
Specialisation in ultrasound diagnostics at the St.Petersburg Medical Academy of Postgraduate Studies (MAPS).
DAAD-supported scholar (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst).
Gynecologist in the IVF department of Kiel University Women’s Hospital, Germany. Treatment of patients with endocrinological disorders and endometriosis, artificial insemination cycles, IVF, ICSI, PGD.
Research Assistant at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Kiel University, Germany (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel). Participation in the launching and coordination of the PGD (polar body biopsy) project.
Teaching and research work.
Dr. Zaytseff joined AVA-Peter as a fertility specialist.
Dr. Zaytseff was appointed Head of the International Egg Donation Programme at AVA-Peter.
UK based patient coordinator
Swedish Patient Coordinator
The head of Egg Donor Coordination team
Egg donor coordinator
Egg Donor Coordinator