Paul recently graduated as part of the University of Waterloo's pharmacy class of 2016. In his 4th year of pharmacy he completed a research project in pharmacokinetics under Dr. Edginton. Paul received the GSK National Undergraduate Student Research Program award and was able to present a poster at the 2016 CSPS conference in Vancouver. After graduation Paul was accepted into Dr. Edginton's lab to pursue a Master's degree. He develops physiologically-based pharmacokinetic models for application to special populations, such as cancer patients and children.
Paul holds a Honours Science Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Waterloo and a PharmD degree from the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy.
At the School of Pharmacy, Paul enjoys opportunities to teach in the pharmacokinetics and therapeutics courses. He is the Vice President of Student Affairs in the Pharmacy Graduate Association and is notorious for his skills in ping pong. Outside of school, Paul practices as a pharmacist at the Benton Medical Centre and teaches the infectious disease component of the Evaluating Exam course at PharmAchieve.