Professor Jason J. Davis

Born in London, now residing in rural Oxfordshire with his wife, daughter, direwolves, fish, and frogs.

BSc First Class Honours, Chemistry, Kings College London, 1993; DPhil (Oxon.), Chemistry, 1998.

Professor Jason J. Davis

Prizes, Awards & Honours

  • The Victor Gold Prize for Chemistry (Kings College London, 1991)
  • The Ivor John Prize for Organic Chemistry (Kings College London, 1992)
  • The Robert Wakeford Memorial Prize for Chemistry (Kings College London, 1993)
  • Extraordinary Junior Research Fellowship (The Queen's College, Oxford, 1998-2003)
  • Ramsey Fellowship (1999)
  • Lindemann Trust Fellowship (1999)
  • Royal Society University Research Fellowship (1999)
  • Univeristy of Oxford Readership (2008)
  • Dr Lees Readership (Christ Church College, Oxford, 2009–)
  • Royal Society Brian Mercer Award (2012)
  • Fellowship of the ERA Foundation (Feb 2013)

Academic Positions

  • Tutor in Inorganic Chemistry Queen's College, Oxford (1998–2003)
  • Extraordinary Junior Research Fellow Queen's College, Oxford (1998–2003)
  • Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry Jesus College, Oxford (2001–2003)
  • University Reader in Chemistry (2008–2014)


Professor Davis has attracted more than £8 million of peer reviewed funding since 2003.

Professor Jason J. Davis