Bright blue skies and a gentle breeze greeted students and families Friday morning on Shellenberger Field as the University of Lynchburg celebrated Commencement for its Doctor of Medical Science candidates.
Since earning her Doctor of Medical Science degree from the University of Lynchburg in September, Lt. Col. Sharon Denson ’20 DMSc has continued to garner accolades as a U.S. Army medical professional.
The University of Lynchburg’s Doctor of Medical Science Program held an early virtual graduation ceremony today for students who have completed all degree requirements as of April 1.
Brian Ko ’19 DMSc couldn’t believe he was getting an Emmy. “I thought it was a joke, all the way up until we walked the red carpet,” he said. Ko and Kyle Vivo ’19 DMSc are physician assistants for the Los Angeles County Jail. In 2018, they had prominent roles in a film about the […]
The University of Lynchburg has partnered with the American Academy of PAs to allow more PAs to earn doctoral degrees. The Lynchburg Doctor of Medical Science is the newest degree option in the degree pathway program offered by AAPA’s Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management. PAs who take prerequisite CHLM courses will qualify for a […]
Associate Professor email@example.com Dr. Laura Witte is a PA graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina. She has been a PA since 2000 and in PA academia since 2005. She holds a PhD in Health Sciences with a concentration in Healthcare Administration. Clinically, she has worked in several areas of medicine including physical medicine […]
The first cohort of University of Lynchburg’s Doctor of Medical Science program graduated in Commencement 2018. The DMSc provides a doctoral-level education for physician assistants. Through advanced clinical expertise and education in leadership, law, and health care issues, PAs become prepared to take more leadership roles in medicine. The Lynchburg DMSc is one of the […]
A group from University of Lynchburg’s physician assistant medicine program recently spent a week providing medical care to more than 400 people in the Dominican Republic. In their third-annual medical mission in the Caribbean nation, about 35 students helped patients with issues both minor and major — everything from common viral infections to severe dehydration. […]