TuDiabetes Live Interview with Paul Wicks, Vice President of Innovation at PatientsLikeMe

An internationally recognized expert in the psychological aspects of neurodegenerative conditions, Paul is responsible for the scientific and medical validity of the PatientsLikeMe research platform. He leads a team of experts charged with conducting scientific research that generates insights from the personal health data shared by patient members. Under Paul's direction, the PatientsLikeMe R&D team has produced numerous peer-reviewed publications in major scientific journals. These include Nature Biotechnology, Movement Disorders and European Journal of Neurology. In addition to working with the world's foremost research organizations, the R&D team also provides professional services to the company's commercial partners. Prior to joining PatientsLikeMe, Paul worked directly with patients from around the world to study cognition in rare forms of ALS and the psychological consequences of Parkinson's disease. A frequent speaker on the power of personalized medicine in improving health outcomes, Paul has received numerous awards including the 2011 MIT Technology Review Humanitarian of the Year and the British Neuropsychiatry Association prize for best speaker, an honor he has won twice. Paul was named a TED Fellow in 2012, and in 2013 was a TED conference presenter. He completed his Ph.D. thesis at King's College London at the age of 24.

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Comment by Terrie on July 17, 2014 at 1:04pm

Although I haven't been there in a bit, I've been a Member there(Diabetes/RA) for over a year, as are some others from here.

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