Eloise studied Cell Biology at the University of Manchester, where she developed an interest in developmental biology, particularly in relation to the embryo. She achieved a masters in Reproductive Science and Women’s Health at UCL, after researching the association between nucleolar precursor bodies in pronuclear embryos and subsequent embryo development and fertility treatment outcome. After this, Eloise began her career as a clinical embryologist by completing the Scientist Training Programme. During her training, Eloise researched the influence of blastocyst re-expansion in frozen thawed embryos on fertility treatment outcomes and later presented her research at the international Fertility conference in 2021.
Eloise is passionate about genetics and education, and lectures on Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) and genetic editing at the University of Westminster alongside her clinical work. Her keen interest in research and evidence-based medicine drives her enthusiasm for embryology and she strives to use this to help patients along their fertility journey.