Carina Tyrrell

Carina Tyrrell

Dr. Carina Tyrrell (born 24 October 1989) is a British-Swiss public healthphysician,[1]investor,[2] and philanthropist who is a former Miss England and Miss United Kingdom. Tyrrell graduated from the University of Cambridge with first-class honours,[3] featured on the front page of The Times for her work to deliver the Oxford–AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine,[4] and is known for making international news for being the first woman from one of the world’s top universities, to participate in Miss World where she was in the top 5, and where another med student Rolene Strauss (presented on this web site) got the title.

A British-Swiss public health physician, she´s a healthcare and technology investor – formerly working at Goldman Sachs, and as an Investor and Chief of Staff to the former President of Samsung. She is committed to reducing health inequalities, enhancing access to care, and improving the quality of healthcare for patients and the population. She´s engaged in supporting populations to overcome the effects of COVID-19 as a research scientist at Cambridge University, where her research has focused on COVID-19 antibody detection and identifying COVID-19 vaccine and therapeutic trials.

  • Miss Cambridgeshire
  • Miss England
  • Miss United Kingdom
  • Top 5 Miss World 2014