About the Editors

Like the other Nature titles, Nature Cell Biology has no external editorial board. Instead, all editorial decisions are made by a dedicated team of professional editors, with relevant research and editorial backgrounds.

Chief Editor: Christina Kary

Christina Kary (formerly McPhee) obtained her PhD in 2010 from the University of Maryland. Her doctoral work with Eric Baehrecke focused on the role of autophagy during cell death in Drosophila. As a Jane Coffin Childs postdoctoral fellow with Susan Mango at Harvard University, Christina studied the role of the pioneer factor PHA-4/FoxA DNA binding in cell fate specification during C. elegans organ formation. Christina worked as an editor at Genes & Development and PLOS Biology before joining Nature Cell Biology in August 2016. She is based in the New York office.

christina.kary@us.nature.com

Senior Editor: Ana Mateus

Ana Mateus studied biology at the University of Coimbra before entering the Gulbenkian Postgraduate Programme. She then completed a PhD in cell biology and postdoctoral work on embryonic stem cells, all at the University of Cambridge. Ana then moved to King's College London to work on cancer cell biology. Before joining Nature Cell Biology in 2019, she worked as an editor at Nature Communications and Nature Metabolism. Ana is based in the London office.

ana.mateus@nature.com

Senior Editor: Christine Weber

Christine Weber received her PhD in 2014 from the University of Cambridge, UK. After completing a Master's degree, studying beta-secretase protein interactions in Alzheimer's disease at King's College London, she briefly worked for a pharmaceutical company. Christine then joined the lab of Fiona Watt in Cambridge for her doctoral work, which focused on the role of myeloid immune cells and different epidermal stem cell populations in skin carcinogenesis. Before joining Nature Cell Biology in 2016, she worked as an editor at Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology. Christine is based in the London office.

christine.weber@nature.com

Senior Editor: Jie Wang

Jie Wang obtained her PhD in 2010 from Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine, where she studied the role of reactive oxygen species during tumor development. From 2008 to 2011, Jie continued her research in the lab of Lou Lu at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), first as an exchange PhD student and then a post-doctoral fellow, focusing on transcriptional regulation of eye-specific genes by CTCF-mediated chromatin structures. Jie worked as a scientific editor at Cell Research before joining Nature Cell Biology in April 2017. Jie is based in the Shanghai office.

jie.wang@nature.com

Senior Editor: Zhe Wang

Zhe Wang received his PhD from Purdue University in 2013. His doctoral work with Harm HogenEsch aimed to understand the role of SHARPIN in inflammation and its relevance to autoimmune diseases. Zhe then joined the lab of Patrick Hwu at MD Anderson Cancer Center, where he studied host resistance to cancer immunotherapy. Zhe worked as scientific editor at The Journal of Experimental Medicine before joining Nature Cell Biology in January 2018. Zhe is based in the Shanghai office.

zhe.wang@nature.com