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Jonathan Bisson

Visiting Research Assistant Professor, Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy

Contact Information

833 S. Wood Street (781)
Chicago, IL 60612


Research Interests

Interaction between natural products and Humans (western-world ethnobotany and ethnopharmacology). Natural product knowledge management. Natural product centered data and text mining (Ontologies and Natural Language Processing). Mass spectrometry. Nuclear magnetic resonance.

Teaching Interests

Programming (Python, Kotlin). Ontology (Biomedical). Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Mass Spectrometry. Ethnobotany

Professional Organizations


Intellectual Contributions


  • Bisson J, McMillan J, Pauli GF. (2017). "Data Transparency and Sharing in NP Research". International Conference on the Science of Botanicals.
  • Bisson J, Simmler C, Pauli GF. (2017). "Where lies the future of Natural Products research?". NIH CARBON Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  • Bisson J. (2013). "Reverse-engineering of equipments and file-formats in academic research.". THSF 2013, Toulouse, France.
  • Bisson J. (2012). "Hyphenating Centrifugal Partition Chromatography with Analytical Techniques for Finding Biologically Active Stilbenoids". Pharmaceutical Society of Bordeaux (SPB).
  • Bisson J, Brunel M, Badoc A, Palos-Pinto A, Merillon J, Waffo-Téguo P. (2012). "Hyphenating countercurrent chromatography with NMR and mass spectrometry. How to enhance the range of the liquid phases". Planta Med. Vol. 78. Issue 11.
  • Bisson J. (2010). "Phytochemistry of vine and wine stilbenoids: Developing Innovating Methods for finding New Compounds". Annual meeting ISVV.
  • Bisson J. (2010). "Phytochemistry of vine and wine: what can hyphenated techniques bring, CPC-MS and HPLC-NMR". AFSEP Young researcher meeting.

Journal Article

Conference Proceeding

Technical Report

  • Bisson J, Waffo-Téguo P, Mérillon J. (2010). "Analytical techniques used in vine and wine research: the stilbenoids case". CJ’ Mag AFSEP. Issue 2. Page(s) 18–23.

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