Paul joined IMARC after working as an epidemiology intern in the Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While at CDC, he worked on multiple statistical surveillance projects analyzing the relationship between sodium intake, insulin resistance, and cardiovascular outcomes. During the same time, Paul pursued his Master of Public Health degree at Emory University in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education. Prior to that, he spent five years working in multiple clinical research roles including assistant site manager, psychiatric rater, and research coordinator. His expertise lies in central nervous system, cardiovascular, metabolic, and rheumatoid therapeutic areas.
Since joining IMARC in May, 2013 Paul has monitored and audited studies investigating treatments for thoracic aneurysms, aortic dissection and transection, urinary incontinence, intracranial aneurysms, and robotic devices for percutaneous coronary intervention. His diverse background in surveillance, biostatistics, and site level roles creates a unique perspective on monitoring and auditing clinical trials. He is able to balance the regulatory-based nature of the job with the need to serve as both a collaborator and advisor for sites, CROs, and sponsors. Paul follows an upstream prevention model in his work in which he strives to identify, correct, and prevent potential issues before they become problems.
Paul has earned CCRA credentials through the Association of Clinical Research Professionals. He received his Master of Public Health from The Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University and his Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from The University of Michigan.