Nessa Carey

Nessa Carey at [[Eastbourne]] [[Skeptics in the Pub|Sceptics in the Pub]] in February 2015 after her Epigenetics talk.<ref>{{Cite web|url=|title=The Epigenetics Revolution – Wednesday, February 25 at 8:00PM||access-date=22 January 2017}}</ref> Nessa Carey is a British biologist working in the field of molecular biology and biotechnology. She is International Director of the technology transfer organisation PraxisUnico and a Visiting Professor at Imperial College London.

With expertise in the field of epigenetics and in technology transfer, she promotes the movement of scientists between academia and industry, lecturing often to school students and early career scientists. Carey writes books and articles for a scientifically interested general audience. She is the author of ''The Epigenetics Revolution'' and ''Junk DNA: A Journey Through the Dark Matter of the Genome'' which explore advances in the field of epigenetics and their implications for medicine. She edited ''Epigenetics for Drug Discovery'' for the Royal Society of Chemistry's ''Drug Discovery Series.'' Provided by Wikipedia