Jamie graduated in 2010 from the University of Otago, New Zealand, with a BSc (Hons) in chemistry before completing a PhD at the same institute under the supervision of Prof. James Crowley, investigating metallosupramolecular host architectures as drug delivery vectors. He subsequently took up a position as a postdoctoral research assistant with Prof. Steve Goldup, initially at Queen Mary, University of London and then at the University of Southampton. The award of a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship in 2015 allowed him to continue his research on the synthesis of mechanically interlocked molecules in the same group. He began his independent research career as an Imperial College Research Fellow in October 2017. Jamie is the course coordinator for the fourth year module Supramolecular Chemistry.

Twitter: @LewisChemistry
ORCID: 0000-0002-0844-316X
ResearcherID: 0-3236-2015

Awards & Distinction
Royal Society Project Grant, 2018-2019
Imperial College Research Fellowship, 2017-2021
Dean’s Prize for outstanding contributions in research, 2016
Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship, 2015-2017
Division of Science Awards best postgraduate research paper, 2015
Royal Australian Chemical Institute Don Stranks Award, 2013
New Zealand Institute of Chemistry Communicator of the Year Award, 2011

International Symposium on Confinement-Controlled Chemistry, Bochum, Germany, September 19-21 2022
University of Birmingham, May 18 2022
Institute of Chemical Biology Virtual Show & Tell Event, Imperial College London, January 13 2022
RSC MASC Meeting 2021, December 15 2021
Australian National University, March 11 2021
Durham University, July 19 2019
Imperial College London, May 7 2019
Molecular Rotors, Motors and Switches, Telluride, USA, July 18-22 2016
Supramolecular Chemistry Symposium, Southampton, UK, June 24 2016
RACI IC’13, Brisbane, Australia, December 8-12 2013
NZIC 2013, Wellington, New Zealand, December 1-5 2013
OZOM 7, Wellington, New Zealand, January 13-16 2013