Jason Bradley Terrell

Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Terrell is the Chief Executive Officer of Austin-based Volition America and the Chief Medical Officer of the international parent company VolitionRx. Volition develops low-cost, easy-to-use, routine blood tests for cancer screening. Dr. Terrell is the Non-Executive Chairman for Kiromic Biopharma. Kiromic is conducting multiple clinical trials developing the world’s first off-the-shelf immunotherapies. Dr. Terrell is the Chief Medical and Scientific Officer for Generex Biotechnology, an integrated healthcare holding company providing physicians, hospitals, and providers comprehensive solutions through more rapid delivery of diagnostics and personalized therapies. In the past few months at Generex, Dr. Terrell has helped re-engineer and transform a cancer vaccine platform to combat the COVID-19 pandemic by developing preventative vaccines that are currently being prepared for clinical trials.

Dr. Terrell is an adjunct faculty member in the Oncology Department at the UT Dell Medical School. Here he volunteers as an expert clinical and industry advisor for the Texas Health Catalyst Program helping researchers, innovators, and entrepreneurs turn promising ideas into products that improve health.

Dr. Terrell enjoys volunteering as a guest lecturer at area middle schools and high schools to explain the science and truth about cancer. He understands that cancer impacts everyone’s lives and is too often misunderstood and feared. He believes education can take the mystery out of the disease and inspire students to pursue a cure through science.

For over 15 years Dr. Terrell has been a volunteer youth sports coach. He believes that team sports can provide a safe and fun environment for children to make friends while building character, confidence, self-esteem, and experiencing the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle.

During the holiday season Dr. Terrell works with the Children Giving to Children Parade benefiting Operation Blue Santa, enabling the Austin Police Department to provide over 4,500 underprivileged families with a full holiday meal and wrapped Christmas gifts for their children.