Paul came to Princeton from New York City as Steve, adopting Paul to avoid confusion with his numerous sophomore roommates, also named Steve. Briefly a member of Campus Club, Paul lived independently in Edwards senior year with a circle who cooked and played poker together, providing mutual, extraordinary, and hilarious support. Paul is remembered not only as brilliant, kind, and generous, but also as a sophisticated chef.Even then he could prepare a mean scallops in butter and garlic sauce paired with a delicious wine.

Paul graduated with high honors in chemistry and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He went to Stanford Medical School, trained at Yale, and then completed a fellowship in pharmacology at the National Institute of Mental Health. Paul married Anna Haimowitz in 1994.

An academic psychiatrist, Paul loved mentoring his students. He focused his career on medication development and substance abuse treatment at VA medical centers, where he was honored to treat our veterans in San Francisco, Cincinnati, and, Portland, Ore., and Vancouver.

Paul died March 1, 2019, of ALS. We extend condolences to Anna and sons Marty and Eric. He is missed by classmates as a friend, physician, and scholar.

Undergraduate Class of 1979