Kim Bottomly, American academic administrator, biology professor, researcher. Member of Federation American Societies for Experimental Biology, American Association Immunologists.
Bottomly, Kim was born on January 30, 1946 in Helena, Montana, United States.
Bachelor of Science, University Washington, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy in Biological Structure, University Washington, 1975.
Postdoctoral fellow National Institute Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1976—1979, advisory counsel member, 1998. Research associate Institute Cancer Research, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, 1979—1980. Assistant professor Department Pathology Yale University School Medicine, New Haven, 1980—1986, associate professor, 1986, associate professor Immunobiology Section, 1989—1992, professor, 1992, professor Department Dermatology, since 1993, professor Department Molecular, Cellular and Development Biology, since 2001, division director biological science, 2001, acting chair Immunobiology Section, 2004—2005, deputy provost science, technical, faculty development, 2005—2007.
President Wellesley College, Massachusetts, since 2007. Consultant Bristol Myers-Squibb, 1993, Fuji Pharmaceuticals, 1994—1995, Immunova, Ltd, 1996—1997, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, 1997—1998, Panacea/Seer Pharmaceuticals, since 1998, Novartis, 2005. Member science advisory board La Jolla Institute Allergy and Immunology, 2005.
Member medical advisory board Food Allergy Initiative, since 2005.
Member of Federation American Societies for Experimental Biology, American Association Immunologists.
Married Charles Janeway (deceased). 2 children; Married Wayne Villemez. 1 stepchild.