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Dr. David Jones J.

Administrative Director of Zoology Animal Care

UBC

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UBC

2366 Main Mall (New Lab Extension)

Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z4

Canada

Company Description

The University of British Columbia, established in 1908, educates a student population of 50,000 on major campuses in two cities and holds an international reputation for excellence in advanced research and learning. The largest is 30 minutes from the he ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor

University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

Senior Associate Dean

University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio

Associate Professor

University of Colorado

Affiliations

Member
The Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists

Fellow
Royal Society of Canada

Web References (62 Total References)


Distinguished Scholars in Residence - Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies

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David Jones, Professor, Zoology

The late Dr. David Jones is recognized as the preeminent comparative cardiovascular physiologist for his work in elucidating the cardiovascular regulatory mechanisms of aquatic/marine mammals and birds. Specifically, his research interests were in the study of heart rate and blood flow in diving animals and the impact of flow changes during submergence on metabolism. Dr. Jones began his research with diving birds and extended his investigations to other habitually diving animals including the elephant seal and the leatherback turtle. A secondary area of research interest for Dr. Jones was with circulatory structure and function in a range of vertebrates and invertebrates.
His work has implications for broadening our understanding of control processes, particularly of those functions controlled by the central nervous system.
Dr. Jones' research required a sophisticated understanding of biological mechanisms with extraordinary technical skill. One of the challenges in this area of inquiry is to replicate carefully controlled laboratory diving experiments in nature, with animals diving naturally. An example of an area of research innovation pioneered by Dr. Jones was the use of telemetry to sample data in field situations (e.g., during free dives).
David Jones published over 180 articles and book chapters. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and received, among other honours, the Flavelle Medal of the R.S.C. (2000), the Fry Medal of the Canadian Society of Zoologists (1991) and UBC Killam Research Prize (1993). Dr. Jones served as administrative director of Zoology Animal Care at UBC.


Distinguished Scholars in Residence - Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies

pwias.ubc.ca [cached]

David Jones, Professor, Zoology

The late Dr. David Jones is recognized as the preeminent comparative cardiovascular physiologist for his work in elucidating the cardiovascular regulatory mechanisms of aquatic/marine mammals and birds. Specifically, his research interests were in the study of heart rate and blood flow in diving animals and the impact of flow changes during submergence on metabolism. Dr. Jones began his research with diving birds and extended his investigations to other habitually diving animals including the elephant seal and the leatherback turtle. A secondary area of research interest for Dr. Jones was with circulatory structure and function in a range of vertebrates and invertebrates.
His work has implications for broadening our understanding of control processes, particularly of those functions controlled by the central nervous system.
Dr. Jones' research required a sophisticated understanding of biological mechanisms with extraordinary technical skill. One of the challenges in this area of inquiry is to replicate carefully controlled laboratory diving experiments in nature, with animals diving naturally. An example of an area of research innovation pioneered by Dr. Jones was the use of telemetry to sample data in field situations (e.g., during free dives).
David Jones published over 180 articles and book chapters. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and received, among other honours, the Flavelle Medal of the R.S.C. (2000), the Fry Medal of the Canadian Society of Zoologists (1991) and UBC Killam Research Prize (1993). Dr. Jones served as administrative director of Zoology Animal Care at UBC.


News | UBC Science - Faculty of Science at the University of British Columbia

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UBC physicists Andrea Damascelli and David Jones will use the investment for a one-of-a-kind...


News | UBC Science - Faculty of Science at the University of British Columbia

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UBC physicists Andrea Damascelli and David Jones will use the investment for a one-of-a-kind...


Distinguished Scholars in Residence - Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies

pwias.ubc.ca [cached]

David Jones, Professor, Zoology

The late Dr. David Jones is recognized as the preeminent comparative cardiovascular physiologist for his work in elucidating the cardiovascular regulatory mechanisms of aquatic/marine mammals and birds. Specifically, his research interests were in the study of heart rate and blood flow in diving animals and the impact of flow changes during submergence on metabolism. Dr. Jones began his research with diving birds and extended his investigations to other habitually diving animals including the elephant seal and the leatherback turtle. A secondary area of research interest for Dr. Jones was with circulatory structure and function in a range of vertebrates and invertebrates.
His work has implications for broadening our understanding of control processes, particularly of those functions controlled by the central nervous system.
Dr. Jones' research required a sophisticated understanding of biological mechanisms with extraordinary technical skill. One of the challenges in this area of inquiry is to replicate carefully controlled laboratory diving experiments in nature, with animals diving naturally. An example of an area of research innovation pioneered by Dr. Jones was the use of telemetry to sample data in field situations (e.g., during free dives).
David Jones published over 180 articles and book chapters. He was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and received, among other honours, the Flavelle Medal of the R.S.C. (2000), the Fry Medal of the Canadian Society of Zoologists (1991) and UBC Killam Research Prize (1993). Dr. Jones served as administrative director of Zoology Animal Care at UBC.

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