James Davison is a Consultant in Paediatric Metabolic Medicine at Great Ormond Street Hospital where he has a focus on organelle-based metabolic disorders.
He undertook his undergraduate and postgraduate medical
and paediatric training in Birmingham/West Midlands UK. He subsequently completed his doctoral research in functional brain imaging in children with metabolic disorders, developing non-invasive brain chemical profiling techniques using quantitative magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
His clinical work at Great Ormond Street Hospital encompasses a broad range
of inherited metabolic disorders, and he helps lead on clinical pathways for Pompe disease, Mucopolysaccharidoses and Peroxisomal disorders.
He enjoys cycling, playing the piano and pipe organ, and reading European reformation and Middle Eastern history.