Professor Jason J. Davis was born in London.  He lives in rural Oxfordshire with his wife, daughter, direwolves, fish, and frogs.

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


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).

He neither seeks nor accepts academic prizes.


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)

Dr Lees Reader and Senior Subject Tutor, Christ Church, Oxford (2006–) Professor of Chemistry (2014–)



Professor Davis has attracted more than £7 million of peer reviewed funding since 2003.


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