Paul Elias Alexander, Ph.D.
Paul Elias Alexander, Ph.D. is a global expert on COVID-19. Alexander holds master's level study at York University Canada, a master's in epidemiology at the University of Toronto, a master's in evidence-based medicine at Oxford and a doctorate in evidence-based medicine and research methods from McMaster University in Canada. He has published on COVID treatment and has other COVID-related scientific publications. He has teaching experience in epidemiology and in the teaching of clinical epidemiology to masters, doctoral, clinical practitioners, and surgeons in evidence-based medicine and research methodology. Alexander is a former assistant professor at McMaster University in evidence-based medicine and research methodology; former COVID pandemic evidence-synthesis advisor to WHO-PAHO Washington, DC (2020) and former senior advisor to COVID pandemic policy in Health and Human Services (HHS) Washington, DC (A secretary), in the U.S. government in the Trump administration; worked/appointed in 2008 at WHO as a regional specialist/epidemiologist in Europe's Regional office Denmark (nations involved in assigned WHO's project were Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Poland). He worked for the government of Canada as an epidemiologist for roughly 12 years, appointed as the Canadian in-field epidemiologist (2002-2004) to South Asia (residing) as part of an international CIDA funded, Health Canada executed project on TB/HIV co-infection and multi-drug resistant TB (MDR-TB) control (involving India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Afghanistan, posted to Kathmandu); employed from 2017 to 2019 at Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) as the evidence synthesis meta-analysis systematic review guideline development lead/trainer.