Helen Williams is a University Lecturer at the Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Cambridge, UK. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Cambridge and her PhD from the Open University, and has carried out postdoctoral research at ETH Zurich and Macquarie University. In 2008 she was awarded a NERC Fellowship at the University of Oxford and she moved to Durham University in 2011 where she was appointed a Reader. Helen’s research interests center around the application of non-traditional stable isotopes to understanding the formation and evolution of planetary interiors and in 2012 she was awarded an ERC Starting Grant to support this research. She is also collaborating on a number projects using non-traditional stable isotopes to explore weathering processes and biogeochemical cycling and she is keen to further expand on research interests and applications of non-traditional stable isotope systems in the future.
Helen joined the EAG Council in 2016 and will serve as Goldschmidt Officer from 2017, in charge of the Organising and Science Committee for Goldschmidt2019 in Barcelona.
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