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Jennifer Williams

BSc (Hons), PhD

Clinical Research Manager

I am a Clinical Research Manager within the Experimental Medicine and Rheumatology group of OCTRU. This is a new role within the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology where I facilitate clinical translation by working with Principal Investigators to develop proposals for new experimental medicine studies and clinical trials. I also support the existing trial portfolio within the Kennedy Institute.

I joined NDORMS in 2018 as a trial manager working on experimental medicine and rheumatology studies, HOPE-e, RAMBOH-1 and VROOM.

Prior to joining NDORMS I was part of the NIHR Clinical Research Network facilitating the set-up and running of several commercial CTIMPs.

Before moving into the field of clinical trials, I was a scientist working in lab-based research for over 10 years. I gained my BSc (Hons) from the University of Birmingham after which I moved to London and gained my PhD in Cell Biology from UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. The majority of my publications focus on the role of the complement system in age-related macular degeneration.