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Arnold Paul, Ph.D. Student, Western Field

Paul Arnold

Ph.D. Student, Western Field

Graduate Students
Department of Religious Studies

Biography

Paul is interested interested in the relationship between religion and technology in our modern world. He hopes to focus his research on the role that human attention plays in shaping our experience of the modern technological world. 

Education

  • Regent College, M.A. in Theology, 2012
  • University of Western Ontario, M.Sc. in Human Physiology, 2010
  • University of Waterloo, B.Sc., 2007

Teaching

TA Experience

  • Christian Thought & Culture I & II, Fall 2011 and Winter 2012, Regent College
  • Human Physiology 3130y, 2007-2009, University of Western Ontario

Research

 

Journal Articles

  • Arnold P, Lu X, Amirahmadi F, Brandl K, Arnold JMO, Feng Q. "Recombinant human annexin A5 inhibits pro-inflammatory response and improves cardiac function and survival in mice with endotoxemia." Crit Care Med. 2014; 42:e32-41.

 

Academic Presentations

  • “Effects of annexin A5 on tumour necrosis factor-alpha expression and cardiac function during endotoxemia in mice.” Victoria Research Lab Lecture Series. University of Western Ontario 
  • “Effects of Annexin A5 on Cardiac Function in Mice during Endotoxemia.” Beijing Joint Conference of Physiological Sciences, Poster, 2008.