Jason completed his first degree (Sports and Exercise Science – 1 Class Hons) at Loughborough University, UK. Following the award of G V Sibley Memorial Prize for topping the undergraduate programme, he pursued a PhD in Exercise Physiology under sponsorship from the UK Overseas Research Scholarship and the Faculty Studentship. He is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science and the Professionals in Nutrition for Exercise and Sport. Jason’s work is published in various international peer reviewed journals and he has been invited to speak at several international conferences. His main research interests are in fluid balance, thermoregulation and mitigation strategies to improve human performance in the heat. Capitalising on his experience as a Commando Officer in the Singapore Armed Forces, Jason applies his academic knowledge to his current work.