For his entire life Edward has had an interest in making a difference but his shy personality prevented him from doing so when he was young. However this trait allowed him to excel in school, overall helping him follow his dream to become an official in the field of Haematology as it was his dads profession. Growing up in Birmingham Edward didn't struggle to make friends but when it came to protecting himself, he was useless. With a small knowledge in self defense he looked weak in the eyes of others.
He was an only child who lived with his parents Karen and Nevile Lee. His parents had a strong relationship and the supported him hugely with his choices in education. It was obvious to them that Edward was good at learning and he found happiness in knowledge. After school he would revise burying his head into a book trying to refine what he knows.
Blood type: O+
High School: King Edward's School
Description: Edward was an straight A* student particularly excelling in the science. Although he was exceptionally quiet in lessons he was able to make him self heard when it came to speaking publicly and these communication skills only improve over time along with his confidence.
College: Bourneville College
Description: Edward studied A-level Chemistry and Biology, as well as Maths which he achieved an A* in all. With these results and his interest growing stronger by 20 he was already in a position looking to apply for a university which would allow him to to refine his knowledge and follow his dreams.
University: University Of Birmingham
Description: Excelling through his studies in chemistry, Edward was able to get on a degree course in chemistry giving him the required UCAS points to apply for medical school at the same school.
Medical School: University Of Birmingham
Description: for 5 years Edward undertook the medicine and surgery course allowing him to become a medical practitioner. During this course he chose to focus on haematology and it was something that widely interested him, and finally after his graduation he became a full time haematologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
================ Background in the W.H.O =====================
He was recruited by the W.H.O (World Health Organisation) to aid with the swine flu pandemic in 2009 and has stayed a member ever since.
What he's trained in:
delivering clinical care, often for life-threatening disease
managing hemipoietic stem cell transplantation procedures
providing advice on haematology laboratory results
sampling bone marrow and interpreting the morphology
performing diagnostic lumbar punctures.
Advanced First Aid
2009 -Swine flu pandemic
2013–16 -Ebola outbreak
2017 -Unknown Infection (ongoing)
To observe and document the changes in the infection
Witness the process of "turning"
Assess bite victims who haven't "turned", focusing on their blood
Prove that there is an immunity
He arrived on the 31/07/2017 via boat and was directly exposed to the infection after being escorted to the UN refugee camp by NATO forces. Unaware of what causes these "things" to act aggressively he initially failed to see the threat, however after a couple hours in the camp he is soon show their power. In this situation he relies on the UN to provide protection as without and sufficient weapon training he feels at threat.