Thomas Hopkins

Fertility Science and Research Manager


PhD, Clinical Research (Fertility), Imperial College London (in progress)

MSc, Reproductive and Developmental Biology, Imperial College London

BSc, Biological Sciences, University of Birmingham



Tom is currently undertaking a clinical research PhD in women’s fertility at Imperial College London. Previous academic experience include an MSc in Reproductive and Developmental Biology (Distinction) at Imperial College London, gaining the top Departmental Prize (2016). Tom’s undergraduate training was in Biological Sciences at The University of Birmingham where he gained a 1st Class (Hons) degree.

Tom is experienced in scientific communication, including publications in various fields such as environmental economics and biology, presenting his research at numerous conferences. He volunteers at local schools and most recently the UK Space Design Competition to advise and teach scientific concepts to a range of people and ages.

Tom is responsible for working on the company’s product development and fertility awareness programme. He works closely with team members to deliver powerful and informative content.

Tom is passionate about public outreach and the communication of issues regarding women’s health, particularly on the impact of mental health and fertility outcomes.

Outside work, Tom enjoys playing music, attending live concerts, sailing and general sport.