Dr Jon Hazeldine

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Role within SRMRC

At the SRMRC, Jon’s work revolves around the “Golden Hour” study, in which, through the analysis of blood samples obtained within one hour of injury, he is currently investigating the immediate impact that major traumatic injury has on immune function and its
relationship with patient outcome.

Other positions held

No other positions held.

Qualifications

  • PhD – University of Birmingham
  • MSc – University of Birmingham
  • BSc – University of Birmingham

Based at

University of Birmingham

Biography

Dr Hazeldine is currently a Research Fellow working on the acute response to major trauma theme under the tutelage of Professor Janet Lord. Jon obtained a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Human Biology in 2007, a Master’s degree (MSc) in Immunology in 2008 and obtained his PhD at the University of Birmingham in 2013. During his doctoral research he investigated the impact of age on human immune function. Dr Hazeldine has published over 25 research articles, review papers and book chapters on the topics of the immune system, trauma and ageing.

Contact details

0121 371 3264
j.hazeldine@bham.ac.uk

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0121 371 3264
j.hazeldine@bham.ac.uk

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