Emma Woodland

BSc (Hons) Molecular & Cellular Biology, DClinSci, Dip RC Path, ICSI Practitioner

Laboratory Manager, Senior Clinical Scientist

Emma is the Laboratory Manager and a Senior Clinical Embryologist with 14 years’ of experience. Her role includes routine embryology procedures (including ICSI), supervising and supporting pre-registrant embryologists and laboratory assistants, looking after cryopreserved material, and being part of the on-call rota and day to day routine laboratory work.

Graduating from Bath University with a first class BSc (Hons) degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology with a year’s research placement in 2010, Emma joined Salisbury Fertility Centre as an embryologist and completed her embryology training through the post graduate Association of Clinical Embryologists (ACE) Certificate in December 2013.

Gaining the ‘Certificate of Attainment’ through assessment with the Association of Clinical Sciences (ACS) she became registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) in March 2015. Emma passed the FRCPath Part 1 written examination in September 2017 and has successfully completed the PGDip Leadership and Management in the Healthcare Sciences at the Alliance Manchester Business School (University of Manchester).

Emma completed the Higher Specialist Scientific Training (HSST) programme in 2022. This is a 5 year, practice based education and training programme supported by an underpinning part-time professional doctorate and Medical Royal College qualifications.

“I thoroughly enjoy working within our small, friendly, professional team and am excited to be part of the continuous personalised approach to patient care. The best aspect of my role is having patient contact and supporting each patient through the process of treatment or fertility preservation.”


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