Helen Gregory

Helen joined bibra as a in 2017, having previously worked in forensic toxicology for nearly twenty years. She has an honours degree in biochemistry and toxicology from the University of Surrey, and further postgraduate qualifications in criminology and forensic medical sciences. She is also contemplating studying for a master’s degree in epidemiology.

Helen has been involved in various projects, notably in the e-cigarette, food/food contact materials and plastics industries. She has also contributed to health hazard and risk assessments for clients from the pharmaceutical and extractables and leachables industries.

In addition, Helen summarises key findings from multi- and international expert group websites in Toxicology and Regulatory News, bibra’s monthly publication on critical developments in toxicology, and writes blog posts, most recently a series on the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC).

Helen is a mentor for the British Science Society’s CREST awards and volunteers at her local foodbank. In her spare time, she enjoys Pilates, cooking and reading Scandinavian crime thrillers. She doesn’t enjoy running but will apparently “grow to love it”.

To email Helen just click here.

 

More about our company Meet the rest of the team Our recent work