Dr. Carrier received her Ph.D. in Immunology and Molecular Pathogenesis from Emory University and then pursued her postdoc study at Harvard University in the area of T cell biology with a focus on T cell differentiation and cytokines milieu.

Dr. Carrier has 20 years of experience in nonclinical studies of biologic and small molecules, 18+ years of experience in nonclinical PD, PK, and toxicology. She worked at Pfizer for seven years on immunology and oncology drug development and nonclinical studies. She was responsible for the nonclinical perspective of many projects including monoclonal antibodies, immune-related proteins, human regulatory T (Treg) cells, IL-36, human T/ B cell biology, cytokine and co-stimulation molecules, adaptive and innate

immunity, with an emphasis on novel cytokine, co-stimulation pathway, and subset-specific surface markers of immune cells. She was responsible for designing the nonclinical studies, writing the study reports, nonclinical sections of the IND documents, and project management. She has broad knowledge of DMPK and toxicology studies, and also holds a project management certificate (PMP).