Emily Henderson

Emily Henderson

Senior Editor

Forensic Science, B.Sc.

Forensic Science, Analytical Chemistry

During her time at AZoNetwork, Emily has interviewed over 300 leading experts in all areas of science and healthcare including the World Health Organization and the United Nations. She loves being at the forefront of exciting new research and sharing science stories with thought leaders all over the world.

Emily graduated with a 2:1 in Forensic Science from Keele University and then completed a PGCE in Chemistry.

In Emily's spare time she enjoys watching true crime documentaries and reading books. She also loves the outdoors, enjoying long walks and discovering new places. She goes camping monthly and recently climbed Ben Nevis.

In the future, Emily wants to have travelled all over the world, learning about new cultures. She has an extensive bucket list and is keen for new adventures!

Articles from Emily

Using AI to predict heart attacks

Using AI to predict heart attacks

The Future of Gynecological Conditions; Improving Attention, Understanding, and Treatment

The Future of Gynecological Conditions; Improving Attention, Understanding, and Treatment

CMR Surgical; Transforming Surgery through Robotics

CMR Surgical; Transforming Surgery through Robotics

How is the Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis Impacting Sepsis?

How is the Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis Impacting Sepsis?

Breast believe it; Creating human milk outside of the breast

Breast believe it; Creating human milk outside of the breast

Detecting treatments for autoimmune disease using an immune ‘fingerprint’

Detecting treatments for autoimmune disease using an immune ‘fingerprint’

Evaluating the Role of Automated LabTech Instruments within Research

Evaluating the Role of Automated LabTech Instruments within Research

Insight into Neurological Diagnosis in Children

Insight into Neurological Diagnosis in Children

Funding innovative technologies to revolutionize cancer research

Funding innovative technologies to revolutionize cancer research

Improving Medical Communication through Social Media

Improving Medical Communication through Social Media