I am looking for a meromorphic doubly periodic function such that the function is locally univalent.

A standard meromorphic doubly periodic funtion is the Weirestrass $\wp$ function, defined as $$\wp(z):=\frac{1}{z^2}+\sum_{\lambda \in \Lambda \setminus\{0\}}\left(\frac{1}{(z-\lambda)^2}-\frac{1}{\lambda^2}\right),$$where $\Lambda$ is the lattice generated by two linearly independent complex numbers over $\mathbb{R}$. For such function, $\wp'=0$ on lattice points and hence $\wp$ is not locally univalent.

I have a hard time in trying to find out other concrete examples of meromorphic doubly periodic functions. I know that a meromorphic doubly periodic function cannot be analytic eveywhere, due to Liouville's Theorem. Also, in each prototype parallelogram, such function can either have at least two simple poles, or at least one pole with order greater than $1$. These are what I know so far, but based on these I cannot construct the desired example.

Any comments and ideas are fully appreciated!