Paul Mason PhD – Neuroanthropologist, Researcher, Lecturer & Musician
Paul is a cultural anthropologist working in conservation and education at Taronga Conservation Society Australia. He has done much field research around the world and has written many publications and articles on his findings.
Through the Woolcock Institute of Australia, Paul has been involved in medical research on tuberculosis and has written a children’s tuberculosis book to educate children throughout the world about tuberculosis. This book has now been translated into over 30 languages and as a result, Paul became the winner of the Centenary Institute Medical Innovations – People’s Choice Award in 2016 for his project an ‘Educational children’s book about Tuberculosis’.
Other awards received by Paul is he was voted the top 12 among his peers within Australia and the 2nd favourite teacher amongst his students at Macquarie University. In October 2013, Paul received The Macquarie University Inaugural Global Leadership Program Outstanding Alumni Award, Macquarie University GLP Alumni Award 2013.
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