I’m now a month into my new role at Memphasys, where I am working closely with a talented team and a product that I am very familiar with. Over the past three years in particular, I have enjoyed a strong and trusted relationship with the Memphasys team, focusing specifically on the development of the Felix™ System.

Making the move to Memphasys feels like a very natural career progression, following 17 years in the ART industry. It all started during my time at the University of Adelaide, where my interest in fertility began. Whilst at the time, the emphasis was on female infertility, I decided to focus on male obesity and infertility.

During my undergraduate years, I had the privilege of learning from and being inspired by several influential figures. However, Professor John Aitken, (Laureate Professor of Biological Sciences) played a pivotal role as a constant source of inspiration.

With my transition to Memphasys, I feel incredibly comfortable because I have an extensive understanding of the Felix™ System. This technology is truly unique and unrivalled in the market. Given my strong belief in its capabilities, I am genuinely thrilled about assisting Memphasys in their journey to the next stage of their business.

Although my role is primarily in operations, it also allows me to contribute to the scientific front, leveraging the skill set I developed over the years.

Recently as a key opinion leader with Vitrolife, I had the privilege of collaborating with Professor John Aitken on a product review, and I took great pride in sharing our findings at the FSANZ conference on the Gold Coast.

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