Assoc. Prof. Guy N. L. Jameson
Guy was born and grew up in Dundee, Scotland. He received his undergraduate degree from University College, Oxford during which he worked on his Part II with Prof. Fraser Armstrong on the proton-coupled electron transfer to iron-sulfur cluster containing proteins. His doctoral work was carried out on catecholamine chemistry at the Technical University of Vienna under Prof. Wolfgang Linert. A postdoc with Prof. Vincent Huynh in the Physics Department at Emory University involved Mossbauer and EPR studies of a range of different iron containing metalloproteins. His independent career started in 2006 at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He rose through the ranks of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor during which time he was awarded the Hill-Tinsley Research Medal by the New Zealand Association of Scientists and elected Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry. He moved to the School of Chemistry at the University of Melbourne in 2017.
Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Chemistry
Member of the American Chemical Society
Member of the Society of Bioinorganic Chemistry
Member of the American Association of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology