Head of Covid-19 Science Advice Team, Government Office for Science
Policy Fellow, Centre for Science and Policy
Andrew Kaye is Head of the Covid-19 Science Advice Team at the Government Office for Science, where his responsibilities include coordinating scientific inputs into meetings of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE). His previous work for the Government Office for Science has included being Head of International Resilience – focusing on developing links to science emergency advice mechanisms overseas and leading the SAGE secretariat – and leading projects on emerging technologies and critical infrastructure. He has worked in the Civil Service since 2004, primarily as a speech writer for Cabinet ministers. Before joining the Civil Service, Andrew lectured in US history at the universities of Newcastle and Durham. He has a PhD in history from Cambridge University and is a frequent speaker at the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE).