Devon Paul, MD, MSc-GH
Devon Paul, the program’s first pulmonary/critical care medicine global health fellow, completed medical school at the University of Kansas and Internal Medicine residency at Vanderbilt University before coming further east to Duke for his Pulmonary/Critical Care fellowship. He joined the GHP in 2015 and focused his research in Eldoret, Kenya at Moi University Teaching and Referral Hospital. His project studied spirometry norms for the population in western Kenya. Dr. Paul joined the staff of Duke Hospital and was a Medical Instructor in the Department of Medicine and Critical Care Specialist before taking on his current role on faculty at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago.
Yu Wang C., Calfee CS, Paul DW, et al. One-year mortality and predictors of death among hospital survivors of acute respiratory distress syndrome. 2014. Intensive Care Medicine. 40(3):388-396.
Moitra S, Puri R, Paul D, and Huang T. Global Perspectives of Emerging Occupational and Environmental Lung Diseases. Curr Opin Pulm Med. 2015 Mar;21(2):114-120.