Nessa Carey

Nessa Carey was employed at the Metropolitan Police Forensic Science Lab in London before earning a degree in immunology and a doctorate in virology. She then followed the academic route of post-doc and university lecturer, becoming a senior lecturer in Molecular Biology at Imperial College, London, where she led a research team investigating a genetic disorder that gets worse as it passes down through the generations in an affected family. Subsequently, for the past ten years, she has worked in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry. Carey lives in Bedfordshire, England (www.nessacarey.co.uk).

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