- Misconception about getting a PhD for clinical embryologists
- Benefits and opportunities for getting a PhD
- How to land a PhD scholarship in reproductive sciences
- FAQs and open discussion session
Dr Suliman Yagoub (PhD) has obtained his bachelors in science in biochemistry from Carleton University in Canada followed by a graduate diploma and masters in clinical embryologist from Monash University. Soon after, Suliman joined Dr Samir Abbas Medical Centre as a specialist embryologist. His passion and motivation in clinical embryology lead him to a new adventure to partake a PhD in Medicine from the University of Adelaide. Where his research project investigated the use of a technology that could potentially automate certain IVF laboratory procedures. Throughout his PhD journey, Suliman worked for FertilitySA and Family Fertility Centre as a casual clinical embryologist. Suliman now is working full-time at Olive Fertility Centre in Vancouver Canada.