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Dr Jamie Lewis

Dr Jamie Lewis

Dr Jamie Lewis
PhD (Bristol), MSci (Bristol)

Senior Research Associate

Area of research

Strontium uptake in archaeological enamel (Supervisors: Dr Christopher Coath, Dr Alistair Pike)

Office W409
School of Chemistry,
Cantock's Close, Bristol BS8 1TS
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Tel. +44 (0) 117 954 5427

Research summary

Background

I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2010 with an MSci in Archaeological Sciences and then continued my studies in the University completing my PhD (Earth Sciences) on strontium diagenesis in archaeological enamel in 2015. I subsequently worked in industry for Thermo-Fisher Scientific as a research and development scientist in mass spectrometry and was part of team that developed the prototype collision cell MC-ICPMS, Proteus, as a collaboration between the Bristol Isotope Group and Thermo-Fisher Scientific Bremen. Since returning to the Bristol I have taken a post which is split between the Organic Geochemistry Unit and the Bristol ...

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Biography

I am an archaeologist applying isotope geochemistry techniques to archaeological populations. I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2010 with a MSci in archaeological sciences. I am currently undertaking my PhD research in the department looking at diagenetic alteration in archaeological enamel and bone.

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Selected publications

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