Jonathan Jeffers is a Mechanical Engineer and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
He leads a team of 10 PhD students and research associates within the Biomechanics Research Group. His research activity includes using new materials and manufacturing methods to create new treatment paradigms in orthopaedics, and investigating biomechanics of the hip joint to improve joint preserving and joint replacement surgery.
Prior to joining Imperial, Jonathan worked at Finsbury Orthopaedics where he was part of the team that CE marked several new implants including the DeltaMotion ceramic total hip replacement and the DeltaSurf ceramic hip resurfacing. More recently he helped Embody in the design of their H1 ceramic on ceramic hip resurfacing that started its clinical trial in 2017.
Jonathan studied for his PhD at the University of Southampton and has a Mechanical Engineering degree from Trinity College, Dublin. He currently holds an EPSRC early career fellowship. He is on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty.
There are no advertised positions, but if you are interested in joining the group, please send Jonathan a CV and cover letter.
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