Madelynn Paul, PA-C
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine

MS, Boston University School of Medicine
BS, Boston College
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Madelynn is a board-certified Physician Assistant who currently practices with Steward Medical Group’s Neurology Team at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center. Madelynn received her neurology training at St. Elizabeth’s while she was a student at Boston University, and upon graduation rejoined the team as an Advanced Practice Neurology Provider.

Madelynn completed her undergraduate degree at Boston College and graduated with honors. She concentrated her studies in biology, philosophy, and forensic science as an Eagle, and she serves as a guest-lecturer and a panelist for BC’s Pre-Physician Assistant Society. Madelynn received her Master’s Degree from Boston University’s School of Medicine with a focus on general medicine. She studied and published a literature review on Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography for her Master’s Thesis project and quickly became interested in the intersection between neurology and rheumatology. Madelynn is currently a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.

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  1. Paul M. Ultrasonography to Improve Medical Professional Students’ Retention of Musculoskeletal Anatomical Landmarks. Boston. 2021. View Publication

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2015 Society for Specialty: Young Investigator Award
2015 Society for Specialty: Golden Research Award
2015 International Society for Specialty: Outstanding Citizen
2000 New England Chapter, Society for Specialty: Best New Faculty Member
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