Group Scientific Director
Graham has a wealth of experience and has been with the Sims team for nearly 20 years. Graham graduated with joint honours in genetics and immunology from the University of Aberdeen in 1995. He then went on to become a research assistant at the university, studying embryology in ruminant and non-ruminant species. In 1999 Graham moved to Sweden to take up the position as clinical embryologist at Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg. There he trained in ICSI and became the main ICSI practitioner for the clinic. In 2001 Graham moved back to the UK and became clinical embryologist at the Esperance Hospital in Eastbourne where he became HFEA ICSI licensed.
Graham joined the team at Sims as a senior embryologist in October 2003 and later became Group Scientific Director. He assists in the continued success of the Sims fertility programme.