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  • Jun 2012
    First prize FoHAM 2012, College of Primary Care Medicine research award for family medicine for our publication on the "help" question
  • Oct 2011
    First prize for the Dr. Lothar Beyer-­‐Preis from the German Society of General Practice for the « the Marburg Heart Score » study
  • Sep 2009
    First prize FoHAM 2009 for the publication on prevalence of depression, anxiety, and somatoform disorder in primary care.


Following his initial training as an osteopath, Paul has been working in research since 2001. In 2006, he obtained a postgraduate master degree in clinical trials and then in 2014 a PhD in Neuroscience. He teaches as a tutor in "design and analysis in epidemiological studies" at the LSHTM and is a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences. His research interests are clinical prediction rules, decisional process, and visual processing. He defines himself as a zetetician.

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