Dr Lisa Lee
Dr. Lisa Lee is an experienced embryologist with a strong interest in embryo metabolism and its relationship to embryo developmental kinetics. She completed her Bachelor of Biomedical Science at the University of Melbourne in 2008. In her honours year, she investigated the impact of oxidative stress on the cryopreservation of mouse oocytes, under the supervision of David Gardner. She then trained as an embryologist in Hong Kong and subsequently returned to the University of Melbourne mid-2011 to pursue a PhD, under the supervision of David Gardner. Her PhD focused on identifying metabolic determinants of embryo viability and normality, where she investigated relationships between carbohydrate metabolism, amino acid metabolism and developmental kinetics of the in vitro fertilized mouse embryo. She is currently working as an embryologist for Primary IVF in Melbourne.