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Hideaki Sena

Hideaki Sena Ph.D. Pharmacology, was still a graduate student when his first novel, "Parasite Eve," turned him into a pop cultural heavyweight. He became the first recipient of the Japan Horror Award and is credited--alongside Koji Suzuki, whose "Spiral" appeared the same summer--with initiating a smart, new style of horror writing in Japan. Subsequent novels include the Japan Sci-Fi Award winner "Brain Valley" and "Tomorrow's Robots." Dr. Sena, who lectures on microbiology and genre ficiton,...See more