Trainee Clinical Scientist - Assisted Conception Unit
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde
Catherine Reynolds is currently in year 2 of the Scientific Training Program specialising in Reproductive Science at Glasgow Royal Infirmary Assisted Conception Service. She previously undertook her BSc Biological Sciences at the University of Exeter, and subsequently completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Education in secondary Science specialising in Biology, which resulted in Qualified Teacher Status. She taught for two years before carrying out an MSc in Stem Cells and Regeneration with the University of Bristol, and has more recently worked as an Associate Healthcare Practitioner in an embryology laboratory which inspired her to embark on Clinical Scientist training. As a registered STEM ambassador, Catherine has attended various school events and science fairs engaging and educating young people regarding NHS Healthcare Science career opportunities, in addition to promoting the field of Reproductive Science.