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Paul is an Environmental Health Scientist. His research interests include impacts of climate change on human health, with a particular focus on allergens and allergic diseases. It is for this research that he won the 2009 Eureka Prize for Medical Research. Paul was also a contributing author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC's) Fourth Assessment Report published in 2007, the same year the IPCC won the Nobel Peace Prize. Paul is a Past President of the International Society of Biometeorology (having served as President from 2008-2011).

External positions

Editorial Board Member, Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health

2020 → …

AusPollen Aerobiology Standards Working Party Member, Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy

2019 → …

Vice President, International Association for Aerobiology


Editorial Advisory Board Member, International Journal of Biometeorology

Past President, International Society of Biometeorology


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  • The perfect storm: climate change and asthma

    Paul Beggs (Participant), Janet M. Davies (Participant), Alfredo Huete (Participant), Simon Haberle (Participant), Edward J. Newbigin (Participant), Francis Thien (Participant), Anthony Capon (Participant), Elizabeth Ebert (Participant), Lewis H. Ziska (Participant) & Jeroen Buters (Participant)

    Impact: Environment impacts, Health impacts, Policy impacts, Organisation impacts, Technology impacts