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Jason John Davis, PhD

Professor of Chemistry at University of Oxford

Location: Oxford United Kingdom

Jason Davis is a professor of chemistry at the University of Oxford and a Tutorial Fellow and Dr Lee’s Reader in Chemistry at Christ Church, Oxford. He studied chemistry at Kings College London, where he was awarded a First Class honors degree in 1993. He undertook a DPhil in Chemistry at Oxford (1998) prior to being elected to an Extraordinary Junior Research Fellowship at The Queens College in 1998 and a Royal Society University Research Fellowship in 1999. He was made a University Lecturer and Official Student and Tutor in Chemistry at Christ Church in 2003. 

His research interests are broad and primarily focused on the design and use of advanced functional interfaces, particularly those associated with diagnostics, sensing, molecular switches and imaging. His group has published more than 170 primary peer reviewed publications with an average of >40 citations per paper (h index 47). 

Associated Grants

  • Use of Neuronal Exosomes to Predict Parkinson’s Disease


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