Amita Jain
Amita JainMS, Consultant Urogynecologist, Institute of Urology & Robotic Surgery, Medanta – The Medicity Hospital, Gurugram, Haryana, India

How long have you been an IUGA member?

Jain: 12 years

What was your path to a leadership position within IUGA?

Jain: I just dedicated myself to this branch. Apart from my clinical work, I have been regularly involved in academic and educational activities. IUGA gave me a platform to interact with many legends and helped me to reform myself to achieve this position.

What is your leadership role within IUGA?

Jain: I am currently a member of the Scientific Committee and I also hold the position of Southern Asia representative of the International Advisory Board.

What motivates you to be a volunteer leader for IUGA?

Jain: My focus is on providing the best urogynecological services in all developing countries so that these could be within reach of people from every sector and socioeconomic status. My passion to achieve this aim motivates me.

What do you wish all members knew about IUGA or that you could say to all members?

Jain: I will urge all members to regularly visit the website of IUGA and to take advantage of involving themselves in plenty of opportunities and activities. This will help them to refine their urogynecological practice in many ways.

Most exotic place you have traveled:

The road trip along lush tropical North Queensland from Townsville to Cairns, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.

Favorite food:

Indian cuisine from Rajasthan – The Marwari food

Last book you read:

“Lady Doctors – The Untold Stories of India’s First Women in Medicine” by Kavitha Rao


Traveling, listening to old classical music, cooking, and painting