Sam's clinical interests include pelvic pain, endometriosis, management of benign pelvic masses and heavy menstrual bleeding. She is an accredited AGES Level 6 Laparoscopic Surgeon. Sam finds joy in providing patient-focused and evidence-based care to women with a range of gynaecological concerns. She endeavours to be a kind and thorough doctor, maintaining a calm and personal atmosphere. Sam is an active clinical researcher, with interests in pelvic pain and endometriosis, hysteroscopic techniques and surgical education. Sam is involved with a team recently awarded a substantial MRFF grant to support research into the diagnosis and management of endometriosis. Sam is also responsible for tutorship and mentoring of several candidates pursuing the Certificate and Diploma of Womens' Health. Sam was awarded the Inaugural AGES/Hologic Travelling Fellowship for Hysteroscopic surgery in 2020. She plans to travel to the Netherlands to observe certain surgical techniques, and establish the foundations for a multinational research stud. When not working, Sam enjoys being outside in the sunshine with her husband, son and dog (Mr Pinot). She is an avid cyclist, and has tackled several of Europe's biggest climbs, enjoying a well-earned ice-cream or two after the descent.