– Consultant Respiratory and Sleep Physician
Adrian Williams obtained his medical degree from University
College London and after obtaining his membership of the
Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) was awarded a fellowship
to Harvard Medical School where he was an instructor in
General Medicine until his appointment as assistant Professor
of Respiratory Medicine at The University of California
Dr Williams was rapidly promoted to Professor and head
of Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at
the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center and Director of the
Sleep Disorders Center at UCLA.
He was instrumental in forming the American Academy of
Sleep Medicine and one of the first physicians to obtain
Board Certification in Sleep Medicine in the USA. He is
a Diplomat of The American Board of Sleep Medicine and a
Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians.
In 1994 he returned to London where he established the
world renowned Sleep Disorders Centre at St. Thomas' Hospital.
Dr Williams has published extensively on Sleep Disorders
including more than 60 peer reviewed original scientific
papers and more than 30 other published papers including
chapters and books.
He is considered a world expert in the field of sleep disorders.
He continues as Director of St. Thomas' Hospital Sleep Disorders
Centre where he leads a variety of research and clinical