Paul is here on a sabbatical working in collaboration with LOORG and the Beatson institute, Glasgow, studying the biology of melanocytes.
His laboratory research focusses on the role of immune cells in a range of eye diseases including uveitis, macular degeneration and retinopathy of prematurity.
He has published around 160 papers and co-authored one textbook.
Along with his team at the Monash Centre, Paul pioneered a unique method of creating 3D prints of human anatomy, based on data obtained from laser scanning or CT scanning of dissected cadaveric specimens or from patient radiographic data. He hopes the ‘Monash 3D Printed Human Anatomy Series' will act as a unique learning resources for medical schools, hospitals and teaching institutions around the world. He and his team at Monash University have essentially created a 3D printed replica of the entire human body. http://www.med.monash.edu.au/anatomy/facilities/3d-printer.html