Daniel is a Senior Research Scientist in Reproductive Genetics at the University of East Anglia.

Daniel is a multi-award-winning PhD scientist using innovative technology to improve male fertility diagnostics and interventions. He holds a Masters in Prenatal Genetics and Fetal Medicine from University College London and a PhD in Sperm Biology and Genomics from the University of East Anglia. His research involves the use of whole genome, transcriptome and proteome sequencing to inform sperm selection decisions for clinical andrology and embryology. He is an Executive Board Member and Treasurer at the Network for Young Researchers in Andrology and a member of the European Academy of Andrology and the Society for Reproduction and Fertility. He received numerous national and international awards including a Public Engagement Award, an Innovation and Impact Award and a Beverly Tucker Award for his scientific contribution to sperm biology, genetics, and advocacy around male fertility.