Stephanie obtained her medical degree at the University of Otago and her Master of Reproductive Medicine at the University of New South Wales. Following this, Stephanie completed her core specialist RANZCOG training in Melbourne before undertaking fellowships in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility and Paediatric Adolescent Gynaecology at the Royal Hospital for Women and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney.
Stephanie is passionate about helping her patients achieve their dream of becoming parents, including members of the LGBTQI+ community. She has a special interest in complex fertility issues, such as recurrent implantation failure, recurrent miscarriages, poor responders, Mullerian (female genital tract) disorders and genetic abnormalities. She is also an advocate for women who wish to preserve their fertility and delay starting a family (for social or medical reasons) through egg or embryo freezing.
Known for her warm, empathetic and thorough approach, Stephanie tailors her fertility care to suit the needs of each patient, ensuring that they are provided with first-class, bespoke fertility treatment. An exceptional communicator, Stephanie goes to great lengths to help her patients feel at ease throughout their fertility journey. She also speaks conversational Mandarin.
On top of her busy clinical practice, Stephanie is committed to teaching and research. She has been a trainee mentor for the Diploma of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRANZCOG) and the Certificate of Women’s Health (CWH) since 2016. Additionally, her work has been published in peer-reviewed women’s health journals relating to fertility preservation and oncofertility. She is a FSANZ, ESHRE, AGES and ANZPAG member.
Outside of her work life, Stephanie is a salsa dance enthusiast and enjoys hosting dinner parties for friends and families. She’s also a homebody at heart and loves spending time with her twins and watching movies. A confessed hopeless romantic, her favourite movie is Serendipity.Consulting at: