Paul has worked in the outcomes consultancy environment for a decade having previously taught research methodology and statistics in academia. His current responsibilities include overseeing staff recruitment and development for European outcomes operations as well as contributing to scientific activities. Paul has a particular interest in health utility, patient preference, and ePRO studies amongst other areas.
Paul frequently serves as principal investigator on large research projects and provides input on the design and delivery of research specifically targeted to the needs of a variety of stakeholders in the pharmaceutical development process. He has an extensive publication list and has published in such journals as British Journal of Cardiology, Quality of Life Research, Value in Health and Medical Economics. In addition, he has presented his work at many conferences including the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) and EuroQol group meetings.
Paul holds an MRes in design and evaluation of interaction systems from Lancaster University and a BSc (Hons) psychology first class from the University of Lincoln.