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Faculty of Medical Sciences

Dr. Jason Jordan

Medical Laboratory Technologist

Clinical Faculty (Phase II)


Dr. Jason Jordan is a Medical Technologist in the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus with the main responsibilities of conducting and evaluating practical skills sessions for the transitioning preclinical and clinical medical students as well as maintaining simulation equipment. Dr Jordan holds a PhD in Chemistry from the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus where synthetic organic chemistry was the area of study with the synthesis of naturally occurring indole alkaloids the focal point.


PhD Chemistry, UWI, 2013


1.  A formal approach to the cyanobacterial sunscreen indole, Prenostodione. Ilene L. Green, Jason A. Jordan, and Jeanese C. Badenock*. Arkivoc 2018, part iv, 183-194.

2.  tert-Butyl 2,3-dihydro-1H-cyclopenta[b]indole-4-carboxylate. Jordan, J. A; Badenock, J. C; Gribble, G. W; Kaur, M.; Jasinski, J. P. IUCrData, 2016, 1 (9), x161468.

3.  Approaches toward the Marine Alkaloid Prenostodione. Badenock, J. C.; Jordan, J. A.; Gribble, G. W. Tetrahedron Lett. 2013, 54, 2759-2762.

4.  3,3-Dimethylcyclopenta[b]indole-1,2(3H,4H)-dione (Bruceolline E). Badenock, J. C.; Jordan, J. A.; Gribble, G. W.; Jasinski, J. Acta Crystallographica Section E 2012, 68, o364-o365.

5.  A concise total synthesis of the natural product Bruceolline E. Jordan, J. A.; Gribble, G. W.; Badenock, J. C. Tetrahedron Lett. 2011, 52, 6772-6774.

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