Professor Kaye Williams

Kaye Williams, The University of Manchester

Kaye Williams headshot

Professor Kaye Williams is the Leader of the Hypoxia and Therapeutics Group within the Manchester Pharmacy School. Kaye joined the Experimental Oncology division in November 1996 upon completion of PhD studies. Following back-to-back Research Associate and Research Fellow positions funded by the Medical Research Council, she gained a tenured Senior Lecturer position in January 2006, was promoted to Reader in July 2010 and Chair in Experimental Therapeutics and Imaging in August 2012. Her group currently focuses upon the tumour microenvironment, investigating therapeutic targets, vascular biology and molecular interactions. She also leads pre-clinical imaging development within the Manchester Cancer Research Centre. Her research is funded via the MRC, BBSRC, EPSRC, Cancer Research UK and the European Union, with commercial funding via collaboration with a number of Pharmaceutical Companies.

Kaye was awarded the British Association for Cancer Research/AstraZeneca Frank Rose Young Scientist Award in 2005, and was elected a Fellow of the Society of Biology in 2010.