Chrissie Giles has been a writer and editor for more than 15 years. Most recently, she worked for Wellcome, one of the world’s largest health foundations, where she was editor of the award-winning longform publication Mosaic.
At Mosaic, she championed up-and-coming writers from around the world and worked to increase the diversity of stories and storytellers in science journalism. As a writer, she has covered a wide range of subjects, from how doctors discuss death and dying with patients, to why British people her age were the “Peak Booze” generation. She has also been writer-in-residence at a hospice.
She studied biochemistry at university and completed a master’s in science communication at Imperial College, London.