Paul Mason

Taronga Conservation Society Australia

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Dr Paul Mason teaches conservation science, education and leadership at the Taronga Conservation Society Australia. His research on tuberculosis in Vietnam led to the development of an educational book for children that has been translated into over thirty languages. His capacity to bring anthropological perspectives and apply systems thinking to a variety of problems has led to fruitful and fulfilling cross-disciplinary collaborations. With a strong belief in social integration and a desire to live in a sustainable world rich in biodiversity and free of preventable diseases, Paul conducts research as part of ongoing affiliations with the Department of Anthropology at Macquarie University, and the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research and the School of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney.

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