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Elizabeth Corral

Elizabeth is a dedicated and passionate professional in the field of reproductive biology, specializing in assisted reproductive technologies (ART). She embarked on her academic journey at the University of California, Berkeley, where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular Environmental Biology in 2013.

During her time at UC Berkeley, Elizabeth participated in a research internship program with Kaiser and UCSF. It was during this immersive experience that she was introduced to in vitro fertilization (IVF) and ART. This exposure sparked her interest and set the foundation for her future endeavors in the field.

Motivated by her initial exposure, Elizabeth delved into gaining extensive clinical and laboratory experience in andrology and embryology. She contributed significantly to the field by working in both sperm banks and fertility clinics, where she honed her skills and deepened her understanding of the intricate processes involved in reproductive medicine.

Furthering her education and commitment to advancing the science of fertility, Elizabeth pursued a Master of Science degree in Clinical Embryology from the prestigious University of Leeds, England. Armed with this advanced qualification, she joined Empower Fertility, bringing her wealth of knowledge and practical expertise to the forefront of the organization.

Outside of her professional pursuits, Elizabeth has a keen interest in entomology and botany. In her free time, she immerses herself in learning about insects and flowers, cultivating her own personal collections. This hobby not only reflects her curiosity and love for the natural world but also underscores her commitment to continuous learning and exploration.

Elizabeth’s journey from UC Berkeley to Empower Fertility showcases her dedication to the field of reproductive biology and her unwavering commitment to helping individuals and couples build the families they dream of.

MSc Clinical Embryology