Nicola Williams is a Professor in Zoonotic Bacteria Disease. She is a microbiologist with research interests including reservoirs and transmission of food-borne pathogens, transfer and maintenance of antimicrobial resistance, antimicrobial prescribing practice and the molecular epidemiology AMR bacteria in wildlife, livestock and companion animals.
- Invited to speak at the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe special meeting on MRSA (Invitation to Speak, NA 2008)
- MRSA in the horse (Invitation to Speak, RSM 2005)
- Member of the Institute Management Group for the Institute of Infection and Global Health.
- Member of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Internationalisation Committee
- Member of the Hospital Infection Control and Biosecurity Committee on the Leahurst Campus.
- Athena Swan family leave advisor for the Institute of Infection and Global Health.