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Spencer J. Williams

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The University of Melbourne

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The University of Melbourne

442 Auburn Road

Hawthorn, Victoria,3122

Australia

Company Description

Established in 1853, the University of Melbourne is a public-spirited institution that makes distinctive contributions to society in research, teaching and engagement. Melbourne's teaching excellence has been rewarded two years in a row by grants from the Co...more

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Employment History

Associate Professor and Reader

Bio21 Institute


Curators

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Affiliations

Fibrotech Therapeutics Pty Ltd

Co-Founder


OccuRx

Co-Founder


The International Carbohydrate Organization

Secretary


Biotechnology Institute

Secretary


Williams Group

Members


The

Postdoctoral Fellow


The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Incorporated

Fellow


Treasurer ANZ Glycosciences Group

Editorial Board Member


Current Bioactive Compounds

Editorial Board Member


Berkeley

Postdoctoral Fellow


UBC

Postdoctoral Fellow


Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Fellow


Education

BSc

Chemistry

University of Western Australia


PhD

University of Western Australia


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Academic staff | School of Chemistry

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Spencer John Williams, BSc PhD W.AustFRACI (Professor, ARC Future Fellow)


Science Chemistry Innovation Speakers | RACI Centenary Congress

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Professor Spencer Williams
University of Melbourne Professor Spencer Williams University of Melbourne Spencer Williams obtained his BSc and PhD at the University of Western Australia (UWA). After his PhD, he undertook postdoctoral work on glycosidase inhibitors (British Columbia, Canada). He was also a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Fellow of the Life Sciences Research Foundation in the laboratory of Professor Carolyn Bertozzi, based at the University of California, Berkeley. He joined the School of Chemistry at the University of Melbourne in 2002. His current interests include the application of chemical synthesis, and in carbohydrate chemistry, to biological problems of relevance to human health and disease. Spencer is the recipient of the Grimwade Prize for Industrial Chemistry, the Rennie Memorial Medal, and the David Syme Prize. He has authored over 100 journal articles, 10 patents, 6 book chapters, and a co-authored textbook. He is a co-founder of Fibrotech Therapeutics (purchased by Shire in 2014) and OccuRx.


User:Spencer Williams - CAZypedia

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User:Spencer Williams
Spencer Williams obtained his BSc in Chemistry from the University of Western Australia in 1994, then completed his PhD at UWA with Prof Bob Stick, in the area of carbohydrate chemistry.


Leafy Veggies Support Good Bacteria -

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An article reported on February 15, 2016 in Nature Chemical Biology reveals the discovery of Spencer Williams of the University of Melbourne and colleagues of an enzyme needed by beneficial bacteria in order to feed on a sugar known as sulfoquinovose (SQ), which is abundantly produced by leafy, green vegetables.
"We discovered the enzyme YihQ, which is used by bacteria to absorb and metabolize these sulfur-containing sugars as food," explained Dr Williams.


News Archive 2011 | School of Chemistry

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Grimwade Prize in Industrial Chemistry: Dr Spencer J Williams
Congratulations to Williams group members Spencer and Ben Cao for their article ("A semi-invariant V ? 10+ T cell antigen receptor defines a population of natural killer T cells with distinct glycolipid antigen-recognition properties") which was recently published in the prestigious journal Nature Immunology.


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