Area of expertise: Infections in children, immunodeficiency, tropical infections, tuberculosis
Jonathan joined Evelina London in 2021.
He studied medicine at Cambridge and Oxford Universities before moving to London to train in paediatrics, including several years at Great Ormond Street and St Mary’s Hospitals. He has an MSc in Clinical Paediatrics and a PhD from the UCL Institute of Child Health following an MRC-funded fellowship investigating immunity against pneumococcal pneumonia. He continued this research as an NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer.
Jonathan previously worked as a consultant at UCLH from 2013 to 2021, where he held several clinical leadership roles, including Divisional Clinical Director. In 2017, he established and jointly leads the British Association for Paediatric Tuberculosis.
- Academic Clinical Lecturer, UCL Institute of Child Health 2010-2013
- PhD/MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship, UCL Institute of Child Health 2007-2010
- Paediatric ID/Immunology national training programme, Great Ormond Street/St Marys Hospitals 2005-2013
- MSc Clinical Paediatrics (Distinction) 2003-2005
- MRCPCH, London 2001
- BM BCh Oxford University 1998
- BA (Hons) Medical Sciences, Cambridge University 1995
- Tropical infections and migrant health
- Congenital infection
- Vaccines for respiratory infections
- Infections in migrants
- Top Teacher Award, UCL Medical School 2015
- AMS/MRC Clinician Scientists in Training Day Oral Presentation Prize 2010
- Young Respiratory Investigator Award (Royal Society of Medicine) 2009