Carley Fisher is a 3L JD student at Wake Forest University. Carley first became interested in bioethics in her teens when reading a report on animals continuing human material (ACHMs) released by the UK’s Academy of Medical Sciences. The information struck her as something out of a science fiction and sparked her lifelong interest in bioethics and the legal and philosophical implications of modern scientific achievements. Over the 2020 summer, Carley worked as a business intern at SelenBio Chemical, a biotechnology company with the exclusive sublicense of SELDOX, an exciting new selenium-based antimicrobial compound. Carley also worked as a research assistant for Wake Forest Professor Alan Palmiter, with a research focus on corporate and securities law. In her unofficial capacity, Carley writes YA and science fiction pieces. Her first book, Enemy Rising by C.J. Fisher was published in December of 2019.