Helen Albert

I’m a freelance science and health journalist based in Berlin.

I have more than 10 years’ experience writing about all aspects of life sciences, including digital healthcare, biotech and innovation in global medicine. Until recently, I was Editor-in-Chief at Labiotech.eu, a Berlin-based publication focused on the European biotech industry. However, for most of my career I’ve worked at a range of different publications in London. I was Editor of The Biochemist magazine and blog, but also worked as a Senior Reporter at medwireNews and have freelanced for publications such as Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News, Science Business, the BMJ, Clinical Omics and Cosmos magazine.

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