At Overwatch, we consider our staff our most valuable assets. Our staff are a group of highly qualified, diverse individuals from all around the globe, each with a unique specialization that makes them just the right fit for our team. The members of our Biomedical Science department are no different.

Doctor Moira O'Deorain

Doctor Moira O'Deorain is the Head of Biomedical Sciences at the Rome, Italy Overwatch facility. She is a 10 year veteran of the program, beginning at Overwatch as an intern in 203X while working on her undergraduate degree at the Catholic University of Dublin in Ireland, where she also double majored in Biology and Japanese Language and Literature. She graduated with distinction and a year in advance. She later earnt her PhD in Genetics with a specialization in Genetic Engineering at the University of New Cairo in New Cairo, Egypt, in 204X.

Since her appointment to Overwatch in 204X, Dr. O'Deorain has worked closely with other scientists around the globe to advance the field of regenerative medicine, including leading the team that developed the regenerative biotic fluid that Overwatch uses in combat zones to heal injured soldiers and civillians alike.

In 207X, Dr. O'Deorain was selected to work with a group of other esteemed scientists in Oasis, Iraq, sponsored by the Ministers of the city. While there, she developed a new form of gene editing technology, a discovery which has been called by numerous other reserachers and publications as "groundbreaking" and "having the potential to change the course of history itself." While the papers published on the discovery are available through Oasis' research center, the technology still has not been approved for wide-spread use.

Dr. Moira O'Deorain is available to contacted in Irish, English, and Japanese. In addition to her work as a scientist, she is one of the few Japanese-English translators available for Overwatch work outside of Japan.

Dr. O'Deorain uses she/her and they/them pronouns in English, and prefers sé/é and siad/iad in Irish. When speaking about them in Japanese, or other languages that lack a gender neutral form of address, it is preferred to avoid pronouns and use their title.

Contact Information:
Doctor Moira O'Deorain
+39 06 45XX 58XX, EXT. 413

C.A. Dr. Moira O'Deorain
Viale Sanresso 82XX
001XX Rome RM